Tuesday, November 2, 2010

That’s All Right Mama by The Beatles – ***; by John Lennon – ***; by Paul McCartney – ***

First released: 1988

Paul was the first one to commit Elvis' first hit to wax for "Choba B CCCP", and he makes great effort to sound exactly like "The King" and succeeds. There is also an unreleased demo by John Lennon from 1970. Paul recorded a second studio version later on. Long before that The Beatles played it on the radio in 1963, and that version was released on "Live at the BBC" in 1994.

1 comment:

Rick Vaughn said...

McCartney's second studio recording was done at Sun Studio in Memphis, with Presley's drummer and guitarist, and with Ahmet Ertegun producing. (Source: YouTube)