Roger Appleton's documentary 'Get Back' looks into the music scene that come out of Liverpool. It tries to be broad in its historic documentation as it starts before The Beatles became a worldwide success and even pushes inside to The Cavern Club before it became a Rock N Roll club.
Before the club gained its legendary status it was actually a Jazz and skittle club and was forced to move with the times and started putting on Rock N Roll bands.
The Cavern Club wasn't the only venue that saw The Beatles play in the early days, they also played at The Casbah Coffee Club which is where, it is alleged in this documentary, that things really began for The Beatles - in fact, the four-piece band (known at the time as The Quarrymen) actually helped paint the walls with various decorative drawings.
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Arcade Fire covered The Smiths and were joined by Echo and the Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch at Earl's Court.
Arcade Fire treated fans to a cover of London by The Smiths and Echo And The Bunnymen's classic track The Cutter during their second show at Earl's Court Exhibition Centre in London on Sunday (June 8, 2014).
Arcade Fire covered The Smiths at Earl's Court
London, the B-side to 1987's Shoplifters of the World Unite, featured Will Butler on vocals and was a solid, hard-driving rendition of the Smiths favourite. The Cutter was less of a cover, given the band were joined on-stage by Echo frontman Ian Mcculloch.
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