It's All Too Much
It seems like any artist who doesn't regularly record cover songs eventually does a covers album. I'm pretty sure its a requirement in the rock star manual or something. For The Church, the inevitable trip into other people's catalogs took place 19 years into their career with A Box Of Birds. Among the eclectic set of covers was their take on the George Harrison's "It's All Too Much." One of six new songs used in Yellow Submarine, The Beatles recorded it in 1967 at De Lane Lea Studio, one of the few times prior to Let It Be that the band didn't record at Abbey Road.
The Church - "It's All Too Much" (mp3)
And while we're counting down the days to the release of Love, The Beatles are now streaming the album in its entirety here.