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"Yesterday" is a pop song originally recorded by The Beatles for their album Help! (1965). According to the Guinness Book of Records, "Yesterday" has the most cover versions of any song ever written.For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below.
Marvin Gaye (apex)
Two albums have been recorded by Maino. The first album was "If Tomorrow Comes" recorded in 2009. The second album was "The Day After Tomorrow" recorded in 2012.
The first album Miley Cyrus actually recorded was a Hannah Montana album. This ablum was recorded and Producted at Walt Disney Recording Studios.
The song 'Yesterday' was released on Marvin Gaye's album 'That's the Way Love Is' in January of 1970. Given the release date, it would be safe to assume the actual recording of the track took place prior to that date.
The recording artist Fergie who is best known as a member of the band Black-Eyed Peas recorded the studio album 'The Duchess'. It was her first album, and was released in 2006.
The Beatles did not have an album called Yesterday; however, they did release a song entitled "Yesterday" on 6 August 1965 which was recorded in the same year on 14 June. The song itself is on the album "Help!"
The album "Ride the Lightning" by the band Metallica was recorded in 1984. Recording ended in March and the album was released in July to much acclaim.
Marvin the Album was created on 1992-11-24.
"Tubthumping" was a recording on the 1997 album "Tubthumper" by the English band Chumbawamba.
Marvin Gaye recorded the song "Let's get it on" in 1973. The album of that name was released in August of that year and the title track became one of his most popular songs.
Yesterday and today album and the help album.
Only Yesterday - album - was created in 1990.
Born Yesterday - album - was created in 1985.
PYITE has never been released on a studio album, however there is an amazing version of it on the LivePhish release of the 12/31/95 Madison Square Garden show. The song is technically part of the Gamehenge saga, but was written after the band recorded The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, so it is not on that recording either.