Don't Pass Me By - Kenny White

from The White Album pt 1 by The Beatles Complete On Ukulele



Only Country Music discusses the everyday troubles of the working class. It is true heart music.

Enter Ringo, a gentle man and a gentleman, who wrote and sang this humble country ditty.

He has much to be humble about.

“You were in a car crash and you lost your hair.”

WTF Ring? John, couldn’t you have given him a little help?

Our version is by Kenny White.

Kenny redeems this atrocity by stripping away the song to its bare bones and rebuilding it from scratch. Every tiny thing is in it’s right place. Angela Reed’s harmonies bring sweetness where there had been fright. The bass swoops and swoons. The ukulele glistens as always. Country as it was meant to be.


from The White Album pt 1, released August 14, 2012
Ukulele Version: #028 May 14, 2009

Kenny White – Guitar, Bass, Harmonica, Ukulele, Vocals
Angela Reed – Vocals
David Barratt – Pretend Drums

Produced by David Barratt at The Abattoir Of Good Taste – Fort Greene Brooklyn


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Every Tuesday from January 20, 2009 until July 31, 2012 The Beatles Complete On Ukulele released a new recording of a Beatles song* featuring a ukulele sung by a different artist.

These albums are a compilation of those recordings.

*we consider a Beatles song to be one of the 185 original compositions released by The Beatles between 1962 and 1970.
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