Sleeveface: Change your head

By |2015-01-18T16:19:45-08:00March 24, 2009|Beatle-inspired, comedy|

DEVIN McKINNEY  •  Probably more enterprising net-cruisers than I already know the British website Sleeveface, which since early 2006 has been making a small, pleasant fuss on the Internet, and latterly in the British press. According to Wiki, the concept originated, according to the BBC, in Cardiff, Wales, according to a guy who lives in Cardiff.         Anyway, click on over: Beatles entries are surprisingly few (in fact, they are zero—not many large, isolated head shots on their LP jackets), but there are some solo Ringos, a slew of John & Yokos, many McCartney IIs, and a ton of [...]

They Said They Said

By |2014-07-23T16:53:19-07:00July 3, 2008|Covers|

ED PARK • I remember seeing the Feelies open for R.E.M. back in 1986 (!), and remember them playing a great cover of "She Said She Said." A recent article in the Times about the group led me to do some wandering, and I came up with a nice snippet of the SSSS cover. (The Feelies, and their various side projects, performed a number of crafty covers, from VU's "What Goes On," off their debut Crazy Rhythms, to Neil Young's "Sedan Delivery" and Patti Smith's "Dancing Barefoot.")While we're in deep-cover territory, here's...a picture of Billy Corgan singing "All You Need Is Love"—I [...]

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