The best covers of Beatles songs (2023)

Trying to cover a Beatles song and do it justice is not easy, regardless of who attempts it. Still, there have been some memorable covers of classic Beatles tunes. In chronological order, here are some of our favorites.

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"Day Tripper" by Otis Redding (1966)

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Since the Beatles had great respect for Redding as an artist, it made sense the soul and R&B legend would take his turn at one of the band's biggest hits. "Day Tripper" seemed like a song made for Redding's special vocal styling. His soulful take on the classic, with Booker T. & the M.G.'s backing him up, is one of the great covers of all time.

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"Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" by Jimi Hendrix (1967)

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The legend goes that Hendrix was so captivated by the title track from one of the greatest records of all time that he couldn't wait to play it live on stage. He did so just days after the record was released. In true Hendrix greatness, he shreds from beginning to end without an ounce of pretentiousness. Hendrix was not shy about his respect for the Beatles, and the feeling was mutual, as Paul McCartney would often talk about.

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"Hey Jude" by Wilson Pickett with Duane Allman (1969)

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Wilson Pickett

Taking on a track as legendary as "Hey Jude" can be daunting for any artist, regardless of stature. Pickett offered his own R&B flair when he covered the song in the late 1960s. Pickett's brass-tinged version has a gospel-like feel that allows it to stand out among other takes. Having a then-up-and-coming guitarist like Allman play on the track only adds to the legacy of the cover.

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"With A Little Help From My Friends" by Joe Cocker (1969)

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There are cases where a cover version is better than the original. That's often hard to accomplish with a Beatles song, but Cocker came close on his May 1969 debut record With a Little Help from My Friends.Cocker's fame reached new heights later that year at Woodstock, with his memorable version of the Sgt. Peppers' cut with Ringo Starr on lead vocals. Television fans will remember the song as the opening theme from the 1980s-'90s hit series The Wonder Years.

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"Eleanor Rigby" by Aretha Franklin (1970)

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It's always special when legendary artists cover songs by other greats in the business. We'll highlight plenty of those occasions on this list. Aretha Franklin has often found success through the Beatles with covers of "Yesterday" and "Let It Be," to name a couple. Yet, her version of "Eleanor Rigby" is simply sensational. Pure Aretha to the hilt and another showcase of her brilliance.

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"We Can Work It Out" by Stevie Wonder (1970)

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Stevie Wonder didn't need help from the Beatles to win a Grammy Award, but his rendition of "We Can Work It Out" is considered one of the great covers of all time. And, yes, Wonder took home his fifth Grammy for the effort. To top things off, Wonder performed the song at the White House in 2010 in front of Paul McCartney, who was being honored with the Gershwin Prize.

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"Yesterday" by Marvin Gaye (1970)

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Gaye's 1970 album That's The Way Love Isis filled with cover songs. "Yesterday," however, seemed to stand out among a bunch that included "Cloud Nine" and "Groovin'." Like Aretha Franklin's version of "Eleanor Rigby," Gaye's take on the Beatles' most lauded ballad was unique. It's all soul and heart.

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"Here Comes The Sun" by Nina Simone (1971)

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Nina Simone

Pretty much everything Nina Simone did during her career was special. Her version of "Here Comes the Sun" might be more beautiful and poignant than the George Harrison-penned classic that the Beatles put out, which is obviously saying a lot. Simone was no stranger to doing covers justice, and this take is at the top of the list.

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"Let It Be" by Bill Withers (1971)

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Another Rock and Roll Hall of Famer taking his turn at a Beatles tune. And not just any track, but one of the most notable and celebrated songs ever recorded. Withers pulled it off wonderfully with a picked-up pace and soulful groove. In an almost gospel-like fashion, Withers' voice was in top form.

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"She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" by Ike and Tina Turner (1972)

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There's no reason to promote or celebrate the male half of this duo. Anybody who's heard this rendition of the Abbey Road track knows Tina Turner's participation is nothing short of legendary. Her trademark vocal shriek gave a fresh take on a song that showcased the Beatles' soulful side.

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"Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" by Elton John (1975)

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It wasn't good enough that Sir Elton covered this Sgt. Pepper trippyclassic, but the fact he had John Lennon (under the assumed name of Dr. Winston O'Boogie) play on his version added to the legacy of the song. Elton John's rendition sat atop the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. Over time, it just might be his most enduring cover ("Pinball Wizard" is also in the running).

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"‘Help" by The Damned (1976)

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This was the B-side to "New Rose," The Damned's biggest hit from its debut album Damned Damned Damned.The group's version of "Help" is a fun romp with its signature punk twist, thus making it stand out among other covers of this timeless pop-rock classic.

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"Got to Get You Into My Life" by Earth, Wind & Fire (1978)

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Earth, Wind & Fire was highly influential because of its collective sound and original tunes. However, this Beatles cover was one of the biggest hits these R&B legends enjoyed. Released as a single in the late 1970s, EWF's version of "Got to Get You Into My Life" earned gold-record status, went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart, and reached the top 10 in the Hot 100.

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“Dear Prudence" by Siouxsie & The Banshees (1983)

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Siouxsie Sue already earned acclaim covering the Beatles when the band delivered a hauntingly raucous version of "Helter Skelter" in the late 1970s. This time, it went for a more melodic piece with a version that enjoyed more commercial awareness and eventually found its way to MTV. As expected, Siouxsie and her backing band took a classic and made it even more listenable in their way.

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"Helter Skelter" by U2 (1988)

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"This is a song Charles Manson stole from the Beatles. We're stealing it back." That's how U2 kicked off the Rattle and Humrecord and film. While others have delivered solid versions (Motley Crue's stands out) of this up-tempo number from the Beatles' self-titled 1968 release, also known as the "White Album," U2's shines the brightest. Bono's voice is perfect for the piece, and The Edge's Stratocaster brilliantly paces the tune.

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"Happiness Is A Warm Gun" by The Breeders (1990)

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One of the great alternative rock records of the 1990s was Pod, the much-awaited debut by The Breeders. Among the gems on the album was the cover of this underrated Beatles deep cut. Kim Deal, Tanya Donelly, and the original lineup of this quasi-super group offer a raw, dark but direct version. It was a sign of strength that would pave the way for the band to enjoy success in a post-Pixies world.

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"Anytime at All" by Dweezil Zappa (1991)

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Frank Zappa performed a number of Beatles songs during his illustrious career. However, it was his son Dweezil who delivered a notable and underrated version of this somewhat underappreciated Beatles hit. Dweezil has never been able to enjoy the same success his father did, but his new-wave version of the upbeat "Anytime at All" is worth a listen.

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"I Am The Walrus" by Oasis (1994)

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It only makes sense that a band that liked to compare itself to the Beatles (well, at least some members did) would aim for something by the Fab Four. One of Oasis' best attempts at playing the Beatles came on"I Am The Walrus." Say what one will about the brothers Gallagher, but it was pretty special when they were in form on stage. This version of the single from the Magical Mystery Tour film — and EP — was one of those moments.

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"In My Life" by Johnny Cash (2002)

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Cash's American Recordings records showcased "The Man in Black" later in his career, and this cover of another Beatles classic is one of the highlights. At this point in his life, Cash, who died less than a year after its release, seemed ready to put things into perspective. So, it made sense to record this type of song. Done in true Cash fashion, it's haunting and passionate yet gritty and personal — precisely what we expect from a legend.

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"Blackbird" by Elliott Smith (2003)

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Smith was a tortured soul who made brilliant music. Among some of his best works were his cover songs. "Blackbird" is one Beatles cover that fans should be eager to hear, regardless of the artist taking it on. Smith's version is beautiful and emotional, perhaps even more so than the original.

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"Paperback Writer" by B-52s (2004)

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The B-52s seem like a band made to do a cover of this song. We will overlook that this version was initially done for a car commercial. Regardless, it's an above-average cover that's a fun take on a popular tune — aperfect fit for the quirky band that got better with age. Kate Pierson's vocals flow superbly, and we get some classic Fred Schneider in the background.

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"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" by Chris Cornell (2006)

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The late Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman performed some exceptional covers during his life (thinking "Stay With Me Baby" or "Nothing Compares 2 U"). This is part of the batch. Like others on this list, Cornell found a Beatles song that fits well with his unique range and added a soulful style to one of the band's more poignant pieces of work.

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"Hello, Goodbye" by The Cure (2014)

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The Cure is known for classic melancholy and often dark tunes. So, it was fun to see the band take one of the Beatles' more up-tempo hits and bring home a fresh, easy-to-listen rendition. Maybe it's not too much of a surprise the band pulled it off, considering the talented Robert Smith has always surrounded himself with high-quality musicians able to live up to his level of excellence.

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"I Want to Hold Your Hand" by Melvins (2018)

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The Melvins have always been innovative as grunge pioneers. Its cover of one of the most popular songs of all time is both original and instantly likable. If fans of alt-rock, punk, or hard rock could imagine those versions of "I Want to Hold Your Hand," it would go something like the one the Melvins cooked up. And we can't get enough of it.

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"Something" by Billie Eilish (2019)

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Plenty of music critics and fans insist George Harrison's greatest writing accomplishment with the Beatles is this melodic gem for Abbey Road. They are not wrong. And Eilish does not disappoint with her slowed-down, drawn-out cover of "Something." If we needed another reason to celebrate Eilish's beyond-budding talent, here's an example.

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The best covers of Beatles songs? ›

The song was offered as a demo to Chris Farlowe prior to The Beatles recording it, but Farlowe turned it down as he considered it “too soft”. According to Guinness World Records, “Yesterday” has the most cover versions of any song ever written.

What is the most covered Beatles? ›

The song was offered as a demo to Chris Farlowe prior to The Beatles recording it, but Farlowe turned it down as he considered it “too soft”. According to Guinness World Records, “Yesterday” has the most cover versions of any song ever written.

How many of The Beatles songs were covers? ›

With members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the group is often considered the most influential band of the rock era. While active between 1960 and 1970, the group recorded hundreds of songs, with their "main catalogue" consisting of 213 songs, which include 188 originals and 25 covers.

What is the most recognizable Beatles song? ›

"Hey Jude" is still the biggest hit music of the Beatles' run, but it's the best-played song in Billboard chart history. The Beatles have no doubt about their status as best-selling artists on the planet, with 183 million albums certified in America alone.

What is The Beatles least favorite song? ›

Lennon noted at the time: “I never liked 'Run For Your Life' because it was a song I just knocked off,” he revealed. The track takes a line from Elvis Presley's song 'Baby Let's Play House': “I'd rather see you dead, little girl, than to be with another man”.

What is the most valuable Beatles album cover? ›

The White Album First Pressing

The four band members were each given one of the first four pressings of the album, and Ringo Starr's copy recently came to auction and dispelled rumors that John Lennon was given the very first copy; instead, it sold for an astronomical and record-breaking $790,000.

What was the #1 hit for The Beatles? ›

During their eight years as a band, The Beatles had 20 No. 1 hits, and 34 Top 10 hits on the Billboard chart. Forming in 1962 and breaking up in 1970, not only did The Beatles' top songs, like "Hey Jude" and "Come Together," peak at number one, they also spent months on the charts.

What was the biggest selling Beatles song? ›

Today, 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' remains The Beatles' highest-selling physical single of all time, with no less than 12 million copies sold worldwide.

What is the biggest selling Beatles single of all time? ›

By this metric, it might be accurate to call 'Hey Jude' the biggest-selling single from The Beatles in America, but until the official counts are released, the title of certifiable high-selling Beatles single still belongs to 'She Loves You'.

Did Elvis cover any Beatles songs? ›

• Beatles Songs Covered by Elvis

Presley recorded about 665 different songs during sessions, and perhaps 50 additional titles in live performances during the '50, '60s, and '70s. As The Beatles had done for him, Elvis covered four Beatle songs, starting in 1969.

Who did most of the singing in The Beatles? ›

Turns out John Lennon led the pack, having sung lead on 109 Beatles tunes. Paul McCartney was a very close 2nd with 98. But while Lennon dominated the early Beatles albums (songs like “Please Please Me”), McCartney tended to sing more leads on the band's later recordings.

Who played on the most Beatles songs? ›

Let's start by looking at song counts: out of 208 songs recorded by the Beatles, 71 were written mostly by John, 68 mostly by Paul, 22 by George, 21 were cover songs from their early days, 16 John+Paul songs (songs in which they contributed equally), and 10 that were sung by Ringo, out of which 2 he wrote himself (Don' ...

What is the most famous song in the world? ›

According to Guinness World Records, Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" (1942) as performed by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single worldwide, with estimated sales of over 50 million copies.

What was the most aggressive Beatles song? ›

Helter Skelter” was released in 1968 on the second disc of The Beatles' White Album. More than 50 years later, the song has retained its aura of malevolence. Its infamy stems from its association with the cult leader Charles Manson, who claimed to hear prophetic messages in the lyrics.

What was Lennon's favorite song? ›

1. “Brown Eyed Handsome Man,” Buddy Holly (1956) Originally written and recorded by Chuck Berry—whose 1964 rock hit “No Particular Place to Go” also made Lennon's playlist—”Brown Eyed Handsome Man” was first released as a B-Side to “Too Much Monkey Business” and later on Berry's 1957 debut After School Session.

Who is the least liked Beatle? ›

In the ranking of least favorite band members, McCartney (21%) and Starr (18%) are a distant second and third to Lennon, while George Harrison is the least favorite of only 12%.

What is the most controversial Beatles album cover? ›

Yesterday and Today is remembered primarily for the controversy surrounding its original cover image. Known as the "butcher cover", it was taken by photographer Robert Whitaker and shows the band dressed in white coats and covered with decapitated baby dolls and pieces of raw meat.

Which Beatle has sold the most albums? ›

Which Beatle had the most successful solo career? Despite Harrison's accolade, Paul McCartney achieved the greatest chart success through the sheer quantity of music he has released.

What is the most valuable Beatles item? ›

Most Expensive Beatles Items Sold

Memoribilia can get expensive depending on condition and rarity. The New York Times reported that John Lennon's Rolls Royce sold at a Southeby's auction for a whopping $2 million.

Who has more hits Lennon or McCartney? ›

Most number one singles by a songwriter (US/UK)

McCartney is credited as the writer on 32 number one hits in the US to Lennons 26 (with 23 co-written), whereas Lennon authored 29 UK number ones to McCartney's 28 (25 co-written).

Who wrote the best Beatles songs? ›

While McCartney was known for his melodic basslines and catchy songwriting, Lennon was recognized for his introspective lyrics and rebellious spirit. Both artists brought their style to the band, but their collaboration created some of the Beatles' most memorable tracks.

What was The Beatles first #1 hit in America? ›

1, 1964: The Beatles Score First Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 With 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' Forty-nine years ago today, the Fab Four rode the Beatlemania wave to their first of a record 20 Hot 100 leaders.

Has anyone outsold The Beatles? ›

In a decade that produced countless hits for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, Cliff Richard and many more, Ken Dodd's track outsold them all – except for two songs by The Beatles: She Loves You and I Want to Hold Your Hand, both released in 1963.

What Beatles albums went number 1? ›

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February 1, 19693YELLOW SUBMARINE
October 4, 19691ABBEY ROAD
May 23, 19701LET IT BE
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Who sold more than The Beatles? ›

Perhaps unsurprisingly, British rock band The Beatles are top of the list for best-selling artists worldwide, with 183 million units certified sales. Second is Garth Brooks with over 157 million units sales, followed by Elvis Presley with 139 million units.

Who surpassed Beatles in sales? ›

20-dated chart. As a result, Drake passes The Beatles, who have 29, for the record over the list's 64-year history. The Beatles held the top-five mark for 55 years, having last reached the region in 1970 with “The Long and Winding Road”/”For You Blue,” which spent two weeks at No. 1.

Who has more number 1 Beatles or Elvis? ›

• Beatles lead Elvis in #1 records

As to be expected, due to his far greater number of total chart entries, Elvis has the advantage over The Beatles in most performance categories. Presley placed 102 titles in Billboard's top 40, while The Beatles had 50 entries that made it that far up the chart.

What did Elvis think of Beatles? ›

Elvis told Nixon: “The Beatles had been a real force for anti-American spirit,” and also claimed, “The Beatles came to this country, made their money, and then returned to England where they promoted an anti-American theme.”

Which Beatle liked Elvis? ›

As teenagers, The Beatles, especially John Lennon, were strongly influenced by Elvis Presley. They started wearing their hair slicked back like Elvis. They admired his rebelliousness and his appeal to women, not to mention his musical talent. “Nothing affected me until I heard Elvis,” John Lennon said.

Which Beatle had the best voice? ›

By traditional standards, Paul probably had the best singing technique. There was a sweetness to his tone and he displayed a great high range and good intonation on ballads, such as “Let It Be,” “The Long and Winding Road” and” Here, There and Everywhere.”

Who was the most talented guitarist in The Beatles? ›

In many respects Paul McCartney was the group's most rounded musician, and possibly even its best guitarist. It was he that devised many of the riffs and even played some of the most memorable solos, such as on Taxman (Revolver), Ticket To Ride and his killer Epiphone Casino riff on Paperback Writer.

What was the biggest concert of Beatles? ›

On Aug. 15, 1965, the Beatles performed their biggest concert at Shea Stadium to a crowd of 55,000 screaming fans.

Do any of The Beatles read music? ›

The Beatles

None of us could read music… None of us can write it.” John Lennon admitted this about the band in a 1980 Playboy interview, “but as pure musicians, as inspired humans to make the noise, they [Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr] are as good as anybody.”

What is the #1 song in history? ›

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What's the #1 song of all time? ›

The Greatest Hit: The New No. 1 Song of All Time. "Blinding Lights" is now the top Billboard Hot 100 song of all time. The Weeknd and his collaborators reveal just how they made history.

What is the #1 most listened to song of all time? ›

“Blinding Lights” was also officially recognized as the biggest US Billboard Hot 100 single of all time. When released at the end of 2019, the song spent over 100 weeks in the charts. If you haven't already, be sure to give "Blinding Lights" a listen on Spotify.

Has every Beatles song been covered? ›

If you conceivably require more proof that the Beatles were, and continue to be, the most influential rock musicians, consider this: every single one of the 184 songs the quartet wrote, recorded and released during their eight-year run has been covered.

Which songs on Beatles for sale are covers? ›

Cover versions

These songs included Chuck Berry's "Rock and Roll Music", sung by Lennon, Buddy Holly's "Words of Love", sung by Lennon and McCartney with Harrison, and two by Carl Perkins: "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby", sung by Harrison, and "Honey Don't", sung by Starr.

What is the saddest Beatles album? ›

HELP!: The saddest Beatles album ever

And younger than Clint Eastwood. But that's not the point. The point is that to commemorate his birthday, I listened to The Beatles' album called Help!. And yes, it was only because that happened to be the only Beatles album at hand.

What songs were banned by The Beatles? ›

Of the four Beatles songs that have been banned over the years (including 'A Day in the Life' for references to suicide, 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' for implied drug use, 'Back in the USSR' as part of the bizarre Gulf War ban), the prohibition of 'I Am the Walrus' might be the weirdest.

Which Beatle was banned from the US? ›

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They had released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club, played the Shea Stadium, released the White Album and broken up. On March 23, 1973, John Lennon was ordered to leave the United States within 60 days. Ono, on the other hand, was granted permanent residency.

How many Beatles No 1 hits are there? ›

Over the years, many artists have topped the list of the country's most popular songs at the time, but none did so more often than The Beatles. With 20 no. 1 singles on the Hot 100 charts, the iconic British rock band are just one hit ahead of Mariah Carey, who has 19 notches in her belt.

When did the Beatles stop doing covers? ›

A comprehensive account of the songs that the Beatles loved enough to cover themselves and, oftentimes, make their own. Between 1963 and 1970, The Beatles' catalogue included 25 cover versions – the vast majority included on their albums or EPs up to 1965. But over the last 30 years, many more have come to light.

What was the last song the Beatles recorded as a group? ›

It was 50 years ago today (January 3rd, 1970) that the Beatles recorded their final song together. Three of the four Beatles — Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr — gathered at London's Abbey Road studios to complete Harrison's tune "I Me Mine" for the group's Let It Be soundtrack.

What is the most played Beatles song on the radio? ›

The Beatles' Official Top 40 most streamed songs:
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Can any of the Beatles read sheet music? ›

The Beatles

None of us could read music… None of us can write it.” John Lennon admitted this about the band in a 1980 Playboy interview, “but as pure musicians, as inspired humans to make the noise, they [Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr] are as good as anybody.”

Do Beatles records still sell? ›

Half a century after their breakup, The Beatles are still the biggest rock band of 2020, shifting 1.094 million album-equivalent units through the first six months of the year, 326,000 units ahead of the genre's second-place finisher, Queen.


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