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Wing Sings The Beatles

by Wing

Wing sings many Beatles favorites and makes them her own.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Love Me Do
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2. Yesterday
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3. The Long and Winding Road
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4. In My Life
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5. Let It Be
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6. I Want to Hold Your Hand
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7. All You Need is Love
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8. Here, There and Everywhere
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9. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
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10. Hine Hine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Beatles songs are among Wing's most loved songs to sing, and the songs most often encored in her live performances. You can tell from her singing just how much she loves these songs, carefully selected for your pleasure.


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Alex spins

I THINK WILLIAM hUNG JUST FOUND A DUET PARTNER
So bad, it's great Ms.Wings well intentioned warbling is unintentionally funny like Mrs. Miller in the 60's. I will say she is still more vocally interesting than Yoko Ono.

Richard Astley-Clemas

Works on its own terms
The singer from the same part of the World as Anna Domino is nowhere near her vocally though she seems to have cut more albums.
I mean this is simply a great title as WING SINGS THE BEATLES-when you realise how close THAT is to the name of Paul McCartney's post Beatles band.
She is I suppose an acquired taste-midway between Cathy Berberian and Yoko Ono as heard in one of her few attempts to actually SING.Which makes Anna Domino untypical of singers born in the East as SHE has a contralto voice and sounds American.
Its easier to digest because of the Beatles songs and this is where she will shine best as long as she keep to covers.
On this collection of Lennon/McCartney the last song has no Beatles connections and is most likely a folk song of sorts.
It can't have the full rating because she's possibly too alien to Western ears but suits me as I like to hear Beatles covers in every possible way

Richard Astley-Clemas

Additional info
First off Wing is nowhere comparable to a joke like Mrs Miller-who passed away a few years ago.
She is actually bang in tune