The Beatles' "Yesterday" is the most covered song in history, having been recorded by over 3,700 artists so far, and has been played over 7 million times on US radio and TV.
Yesterday by the beatles, it has been covered by over 3,700 different artists.
"Yesterday" and "Something". Stayin' Alive
Yesterday by The Beatles has been recorded by more artists than any other, with over 1600 recorded versions.
The Beatles "Yesterday" entered the Billboard Hot 100 on the 25th of September, 1965, and peaked at Number 1, staying there for four weeks and exiting the chart after 11 weeks. It also peaked at Number 1 on the Cashbox for 3 weeks, Variety for 3 weeks and Record World for 2 weeks. "Yesterday" is the most covered song in history, having been recorded by over 3,700 artists so far, and has been played over 7 million times on US radio and TV.
According to the Guinness Book of Records. The song 'Yesterday' is the most recorded song ever. Approx 1600 cover versions have been done from Elvis Presley to Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan to Daffy Duck. Nigel
The most famous albums that have been recorded at Abbey Road Studios have been recorded by Pink Floyd and The Beatles. The album 'Abbey Road' by The Beatles is arguably the most famous album to be produced as well as Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' and 'Wish You Were Here'.
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If so then Wikipedia is wrong. "Yesterday" has been covered 132 times, But Elenor Rigby has been covered 139 times. Elenor Rigby surpassed Yesterday within the last year.
No. It hadn't been recorded yet.
While they were still together as a group, they appeared on the cover of life three times.
Most of the Beatles music was recorded between 1962-1970, as a group. Various best of type albums, and unreleased track cds have been issued.