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    Live versions of songs not recorded live by the original composers

    The Beatles didn't do it. So 1978 "Crack The Sky" recorded one of the best live versions of "I am the walrus" B3. Anybody knows about better attempts?
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    Taxman, Joe Bonamassa, British Blues Explosion Live, 2018, Provogue EU, PRD75511, 3LP

    Taxman was never recorded live by the Beatles. (Surely Harrison did!) Here we have a great performance. It's a bonus track for the vinyl aficionados.
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    Steve Hillage, It's all too much, 1979

    It fits in perfectly: after the progrock suite "Lunar Musick (sic!) suite/Meditation of the dragon" with all those aaahhs, om om oms and blingbling chimes, Steve Hillage performs the simple (?) George Harrison tune "It's all too much", before he starts a furious guitar solo as outro. Live at Oxford Poly, 25th May, 1978. Some kind of salvation. Imagine this song to be played during the rooftop concert by The Beatles on Jan 30th 1969 in Savile Row, London. It wouldn't have been all too much, but rather accurate.

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    Come together, Kin Ping Meh, on Live LP Concrete, 1976, Nova Germany, 6.28370

    Lennon-McCartney "Come together" with German psychedlic rock group Kin Ping Meh. A slow heavy rock version. Vocals by Geff Harrison. Was there any better live version concerning the vocals?
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