Is it possible to link from the Beatles to any other band or artist in the world in only five steps? There is only one way to find out. This one links from the Beatles to Murray McLauchlan in five simple steps.
1. Beatles – Roll Over Beethoven
When it came to the ‘rockers’ the Beatles really knew how to get down! And Roll Over Beethoven, with lead vocals from George Harrison, is one of their finest little rockers. It can be found on their album With The Beatles but was, of course, written by Chuck Berry.
2. Chuck Berry – Come On
It isn’t just the Beatles who have made famous recordings of a Chuck Berry song, this one here was covered by the Rolling Stones. It was only two years previous to the Rolling Stones version that the Chuck Berry original was released on the album The Great Twenty Eight. Anyroads, there are plenty of songs that Chuck Berry has covered, and plenty of his songs that others have covered – like the following song.
3. Georgia Satellites – Let It Rock
This Georgia Satellites cover version of the Chuck Berry song Let It Rock can be found on their album Let It Rock: Best of the Georgia Satellites. Moving on now, there are a number of songs that Georgia Satellites have covered, and plenty of their songs that have been covered – like the following song.
4. Wildhearts – Battleship Chains
The Wildhearts cover version of the Georgia Satellites song Battleship Chains can be found on their album Stop Us If You’ve Heard This One Before, Volume 1. Anyroads, there are plenty of songs that Wildhearts have covered, and plenty of their songs that others have covered – like the following song.
5. Murray McLauchlan – Carmelita
The Wildhearts cover version of the Murray McLauchlan song Carmelita can be found on the 2008 album Stop Us If You’ve Heard This One Before.