The Beatles – Across The Universe

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Credits

  • Song Name: Across the Universe
  • Artist Name / Band Name: The Beatles
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  • Produced By: Phil Spector
  • Album Name: Let It Be
  • Release Date: December 12, 1969
  • Genre: Rock
  • Record Label: Parlophone
  • Written By: Paul McCartney & John Lennon
  • Performance: Peaked at No.
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The Beatles – Across The Universe Review

“Across the Universe” is recorded by British rock band The Beatles and taken from their charity album “No One’s Gonna Change Our World”. It was released on December 12, 1969 by Regal Starline Records. It was produced by Phil Spector, and written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

“Across the Universe” has been covered by Cilla Black for the album “Sweet Inspiration (1970)”, Roger Waters for the album “Tribute to John Lennon (1985)”, Vadim Brodski for the album “Beatles Symphony (2009)”, Lana Lane for the album “Ballad Collection, Vol. 1 (1988)”, David Bowie for the album “Young Americans (1975)”, Laibach for the album “Let It Be (1988)”, Aine Minogue for the album “Between the Worlds (1997)”, Fiona Apple for the album “Pleasantville Sountrack (1998)”, Rufus Wainwright for the album “Poses (2002)”, Verdena (2003), Jim Sturgess (2007), John Butler Trio (2004), Seether (2008), Justin Mauriello (2010), Tomer Biran (2010), The Beautiful Losers (2010), Beady Eye (2011), Christy (2011) and Bill Frisell for the album “All We Are Saying (2011)”.

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