Wilco shared two covers by The Beatles as part of a celebration of the band’s latest album So be it.
The group covered “Dig a pony” of the file and “Do not let me down” which appeared on face B of “To recover” single, for Amazon Music [RE]DISCOVERY, which focuses on The Beatlesfinal era this month. You can listen Wilco‘s take on the tracks below.
It comes after a new luxury version of So be it was released earlier this month.
The physical and digital “super luxury” So be it collections included 27 unreleased session recordings, one So be it EP and the 14 unreleased tracks “To recover”LP stereo mix, which was compiled by the engineer Glyn Johns in May 1969.
In other Beatles new, Peter Jacksonthe next documentary series of The Beatles: Come Back will premiere on Disney + from November 25-27.
The Beatles: Come Back will tell “the story of John lennon, Paul McCartney, George harrison and Ringo starr as they plan their first show in over two years, capturing the writing and rehearsal of 14 new songs, initially intended to be released on an accompanying live album.
Wilco singer-guitarist Jeff tweedy meanwhile, recently shared two new tracks, “Come America” and “UR-60 not sent”, for Sub Pop’s latest Singles Club volume.