Beck delivers a torpid and melancholy cover of the John Lennon classic.
You won’t be seeing this compilation on the rack next to the breath mints and Madeleine cookies for a few months now, but when you do see it at the front of Starbucks, it’ll be pretty enticing.
The overall sound is lush and engrossing, an ideal soundtrack to Beck’s tales of “getting through that long, dark night of the soul – whatever you want to call it.”
After five years of various one-off gigs, large-scale composition projects, covering entire Yanni albums, and writing albums out on sheets of paper, the Beck is back.
Beck is gearing up to premiere songs from an upcoming acoustic album during a handful of recently announced concerts this summer. According to a press release, Beck will perform “special acoustic sets with minimal accompaniment” […]
Shortly before yesterday’s GRAMMY hoopla kicked off, Lincoln (yes, the car company) released a video of Beck covering David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision”with a 167-piece orchestra. Shot in a stunning 360-degree style, the nine-minute performance […]
‘Tis the season to hold onto what shred of sanity you have left after being bombarded with non-stop crappy Christmas music. Fight back with this playlist of awesome holiday tracks written and recorded by artists like the Smashing Pumpkins, Blink-182, Rancid and more.