ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

Latest update on 28/08/2010

Artist: Beatles
Author: John Lennon/Paul McCartney
Label: Regal Starline
Year: 1968

On a WWF tribute lp No One's Gonna Change Our World (a line from Across The Universe). Recorded in '68 (the demo is on Anthology 2), released at the end of '69 with wildlife sound effects for the occasion. You don't get those on the Let It Be version produced by Phil Spector.

Covers:

1969:

Beatles [on Let It Be]

1970:

Cilla Black

1975:

David Bowie

1988:

Laibach

1995:

[live in Japan]

1998:

Sloan Wainwright [Loudon's youngest sister]

1999:

Fiona Apple

2000:

Texas

2002:

Rufus Wainwright [in film I Am Sam; Sloan's nephew]

2005:

Jean Bosco Safari

2010:

Phosphorescent

2010:

Amorphous Androgynous

The "nothing's gonna change our world"-chorus came from two young fans, handpicked by Paul among the usual crowd in front of the Abbey Road studio gate, a first in the Beatles' career. Their names? Check out Mark Lewisohn's The Complete Beatles Chronicle.

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