“Don’t Let Me Down“ by John Lennon; “The Beatles” version - Cover by "The Vocal Chords" (sample)




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Published on Jun 18, 2016

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“Don't Let Me Down”

Composer: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Performers: The Vocal Chords (feat. The Cud Chewing Cows)

"Don't Let Me Down" is a song by the Beatles (with Billy Preston), recorded in 1969 during the Let It Be sessions. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney.

Cover versions

• In 1969, Dillard & Clark covered the song on their album Through the Morning, Through the Night.
• In 1969, Marcia Griffiths did a reggae version.
• In 1969, Harry J Allstars covered the song on their album Liquidator
• In 1970, Ben E. King covered the song on his Rough Edges album.
• In 1971, Charlotte Dada recorded an afro-rhythm version in Ghana.
• On her 1977 album It Looks Like Snow, Phoebe Snow covered this song.
• In 1992, Annie Lennox recorded the song and it was included as the B-side to "Walking on Broken Glass". A live version is also available on the "Cold" single.
• In 1992, Danish band The Sandmen covered the song on their Sleepyhead album.
• In 1993, Italian pop singer Ryan Paris recorded a high-energy version of the song.
• In 1996, U.S. rock band The Black Crowes covered the song live a few times and again in 2005.
• In 1999, Garbage performed a live cover at the opening of the Scottish Parliament.[14]
• Gene covered the song on their 1999 rarities / B-sides compilation To See The Lights.
• In 2001, Stereophonics covered this song on the I Am Sam soundtrack.
• Paul Weller covered the song on his album Fly on the Wall - B Sides and Rarities.
• Matchbox Twenty turned the song into a duet, with lead singer Rob Thomas on piano and vocals and with guitarist Kyle Cook also singing.
• In 2004, Greg Brown covered the song on his album In the Hills of California.
• Dana Fuchs and Martin Luther McCoy performed the song in the 2007 film Across the Universe.
• The Aggrolites, a California ska-punk/reggae band have played a ska-punk version of the song at their live shows. It has proven to be a hit with their fans despite never being on one of their albums.
• Munro Chambers has covered this song live as a duet
• John Mayer and Keith Urban did a cover version at the Crossroads festival as well as during the TV special, The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles.
• Tackhead recorded a dub and R&B version which appeared on the digital release of their 2014 album For the Love of Money.
• Paolo Nutini covered this song in 2014 while promoting his album Caustic Love.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don%27t...)

The Vocal Chords are performing in this recording.

We are emulating some of the artists we love and closely re-creating their sound.

Buddy Holly, Elvis, Beatles, Johnny Cash, The Shadows, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul and Mary, Peter and Gordon, Nina Simone, The Kingston Trio, The Mamas and the Papas, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and many others are our sources of inspiration.

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