Hay Jude brings a Sun Records-inspired atomic wildness to the music of the Beatles, but they don't stop with the band's early rockabilly tracks like 'Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby' and 'Honey, Don't.' They also dare to tackle songs from 'Sgt. Pepper,' 'Revolver,' 'Mystery Tour' and beyond, messing with tempos, adapting horn and string parts for guitar and bass, improvising, riffing and occasionally reinterpreting. Imagine Elvis Presley singing 'I Am The Walrus,' for example, 'You've Got To Hide Your Love Away' as a heartbroken lover's suicide note or 'Lady Madonna' as a rockabilly rave-up and you'll smell the Hay.
Added by Upcoming Robot on September 16, 2010