In this video I’m covering The Vaselines song Jesus Doesn’t Want Me for a Sunbeam.
- It was first released as Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam in 1987 on The Vaselines EP Dying for It.
- It is a parody of the Christian children’s hymn, I’ll Be a Sunbeam.
- I got to know this song thanks to Nirvana’s cover during the MTV Unplugged concert of 1993.
Bonus: one of my favorite cover of that same song on Youtube.
PS: I sadly noticed, by watching my video on a laptop, that you won’t be able to hear the bass.. at all, unless you have decent speakers or headphones
First composition of my own I ever dare to put on the web. No singing this time.
First music video I ever put on the web.
This is a cover of the George Harrison’s song All things must pass, from his 1970 eponymous debut album. He started recording demos of it before The Beatles break-up, during the Get Back sessions in January 1969.
I used a twelve-string guitar.