The-Traveling-Wilburys

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so thanx george-hairrison I will try to do this, my url is so long, kinda challenging :)

Telephone Line _-ELO

Handle Me With Care - Travelling Wilburys

Every NIght - Paul McCartney

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Fat Bottomed Girls - Queen

Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da - The Beatles

Only Our Hearts - Paul McCartney

Layla - Eric Clapton

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Under pressure - Queen & David Bowie

No More Lonely Nights - Paul McCartney

Doom and Gloom - The Rolling Stones

Eclipse - Pink Floyd

Ramble on - Led Zeppelin

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Ticket to Ride - The Beatles

Hear Me Lord - George Harrison

End of the Line - Travelling Wilburys

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Highway to hell - AC/DC

I’m going slightly mad - Queen

Live and Let Die - Paul McCartney

Love of my life - Queen


And I would like to tag everyone who wants, just let me know and I’ll tag you :)

here we go : tealmoriarty

“I hope there will be another Wilburys record. It was one of the most enjoyable things I’ve done. I was doing it with people I admired and respected, and the public liked it too. I just have to wait for the other Wilburys to finish being solo artists. They have all said they would like to do it again. I don’t really have a desire to be a solo artist. It’s more fun being in the Wilburys. They represent a stand against this horrible computerized music.”

–George Harrison, July 1989

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When Roy Orbison died of a heart attack in ‘88, his bandmates looked around for a replacement and decided on…Elvis. “We talked to his estate,” recalled George. “They loved the idea of Elvis being in the Wilburys, so they gave us the rights to a song. The idea was to put Elvis onto a multitrack machine and take away the backing. We’d all sing this song and when it came to the chorus, we’d bring up the voice of 'Aaron Wilbury.’ We were going to do that, but we never did because at that point I thought it seemed a bit too gimmicky. I was talking to Yoko, however, and telling her this idea, and she said, 'I think I’ve got a tape of John.’ and I said, 'We’ll do it with John and make a new song.’ So later she dug around and brought this tape, and, really, that’s how it got done.”
—  George Harrison on the spark that resulted in Free As a Bird and Real Love getting recorded by the Threetles, TV Guide (1995)