"Because," the masterful ballad written by John and included on Abbey Road, features John, Paul and George singing in layered three-part harmony and George playing a Moog synthesiser, one of the few Beatles recordings to use the device. Amy takes it and makes it her own.
Released around Thanksgiving 1964 as the A side of the Mop-Tops' 8th UK single, "I Feel Fine" features that famous attention grabbing effect on the opening note - one of the first uses of guitar feedback in pop music history. Here's Amy with her version of "I Feel Fine."
At the beginning of the post you heard Amy and her dad covering "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party." Now let's hear what Amy can do with the smash hit A side, "Eight Days A Week," the Beatles 7th single to land at the #1 spot on the U.S. chart. Go, Amy, GO!