Posted by Metal Insider on Tue, May 29, 2012 at 4:58 pm
3. Ghost covers The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun”
Ghost already sound like ‘60s or 70’s revivalists, so it’s not surprising that for their first cover (a bonus track from 2010’sOpus Eponymous) would be a 60s cover. It is surprising, however, that they would choose such a sunny, happy song like The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun.” However, their take, while still sounding upbeat, trades in some of the major chords for minor ones and the keyboards make it a little proggier than he original.
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