The Concussions - And I Love Her (The Beatles Instrumental Cover) (02:33)
Buy the album here: http://doublecrown.blogspot.com/2008/08/concussions-magic-fingers-cd.htmlOfficial site: http://www.theconcussions.com/My Space: http://www.myspace.com/theconcussionsFrom '' Magic Fingers ''Label: Double Crown Records -- DCCD 0033Format: CD, AlbumCountry: USReleased: 2008Tracklist01. Bulletproof02. Think Pink03. Allskate04. Stiletto05. Curb Feelers06. Last Regrets And Moist Towelettes07. Beach Ball08. A Booguru09. Tillie The Soiler10. Guitorgan11. And I Love Her (Written-By -- Lennon-McCartney)12. Mod MonsterBass -- Claude Nine (tracks: 11), Dick Chiclet (tracks: 3, 7 to 9, 12), Matt MasonDrums -- Billy VitsGuitar -- Claude NineGuitar, Keyboards [Clavioline] -- Dick ChicletPercussion -- Pete Curry (tracks: 6, 11)Organ -- Jonny Jacobs (tracks: 10)Saxophone -- Wilton Machen (tracks: 7)Trumpet -- Danny Barber (tracks: 4)Mastered By -- Glenn BrownMixed By -- Claude Nine, Pete CurryOther [Schematic For Bulletproof] -- Danny AmisPhotography, Layout, Typography [Typesetting] -- Randy ApewickRecorded By, Producer, Mixed By -- Dick ChicletWritten-By -- Billy Vits (tracks: 1, 7), Claude Nine (tracks: 1, 5 to 8, 10, 12), Dick Chiclet (tracks: 1 to 4, 7, 9, 12), Matt Mason (tracks: 1, 7)------------------------"And I Love Her" is a song recorded by The Beatles, written mainly by Paul McCartney, credited to Lennon/McCartney, and is the fifth track on their third album, A Hard Day's Night.It was released 20 July 1964 with "If I Fell" as a single by Capitol Records in the United States, reaching #12 in Billboard.The Beatles performed "And I Love Her" just once outside of Abbey Road Studios. On 14 July 1964 they played it for an edition of the BBC's Top Gear radio show, which was broadcast two days later.Cover versionsIt was translated into a power ballad - of sorts - by Australia's John Farnham, on his Anthology #2: The Classic Hits album.On the American soundtrack album release of A Hard Day's Night, George Martin and his orchestra covered the song in a slower-tempo, easy listening-styled instrumental version lasting over a minute longer than the Beatles' vocal version on the same album.In 1964, Santo & Johnny recorded an instrumental version of the song for their album The Beatles Greatest Hits.Roberto Carlos made a cover, (Eu) Te Amo, in Portuguese and later in Spanish.Jack Jones covered the song in 1965 for his album, There's Love and There's Love and There's Love, arranged by Nelson Riddle.Esther Phillips reversed the gender of the song in 1965; her "And I Love Him" reached #54 that year on the Billboard charts.In 1965, Roland Kirk recorded the song on the album Slightly Latin.In 1965, Shirley Horn recorded the song for her album Travelin' Light.In 1965, Ramsey Lewis performed the song on the live album Hang On RamseyIn 1965, The Wailers covered the song on their album The Wailing Wailers at Studio One.In 1967, The Sandpipers recorded the song, with Spanish lyrics (except for the title being repeated in English at the end) for their album Misty Roses.In 1969 a recording by Julie London was included in her album Yummy, Yummy, Yummy.In 1970, Rita Lee covered the song on her album Build Up.In 1972, Bobby Womack covered the song for his hit album Understanding.In 1976, Freddie McKay recorded a reggae version of the song on his Fire Is Burning album, retitled "I Love Her". It was also released as a single in 1980 under the title "A Love Like Mine"In 1981, Sarah Vaughan covered the song for her album The Songs of the Beatles.In 1995, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles covered the song on their 1970 album, What Love Has...Joined Together. It also appeared on the album "Motown Meets the Beatles".In 1995, Diana Krall covered the song on the compilation album (I Got No Kick Against) Modern Jazz, subtitled "A GRP Artists' Celebration of the Songs of the Beatles".In 1996, Jose Alberto covered a Spanish version of the song, with Spanish lyrics, on the 1996 album Tropical Tribute to the Beatles. The title of the song is "And I Love Her (Mi Gran Amor Le Di)".In 2001, Cliff Richard covered the song on his album Wanted.In 2006, Barry Manilow covered the song for his The Greatest Songs of the Sixties.In 2008, included in Kenny Lattimore's Timeless album."And I Love Her" was slated to appear briefly in Across the Universe, with only its second refrain partially sung by Martin Luther McCoy, but it was removed during editing. It appears as a deleted scene on the DVD. It did, however, appear for a small section in the orchestral scoring of the movie.Richard Marx and Vince Gill covered the song as a duet for Marx's album Sundown.Harry Connick, Jr. included the song on his 2009 album, Your Songs. After the U.S. release, Connick was in Paris, France in September 2009, to record the song as a duet with French First Lady Carla Bruni.