San Francisco's late superstar-in-drag turned Paul McCartney's kindly tribute to civil-rights fortitude into a disco fiasco. Angry mobs destroyed Beatles records in the mid-'60s; they destroyed disco records at Comiskey Park in the '70s. They should have destroyed just this one.
Sarah Vaughn, 'I Want You (She's So Heavy)'
Where to begin? The great jazz voice's sadly conceived 1981 disco-era album 'Songs of the Beatles' could fill half of our 20 spots. We'll go with Sassy's befuddling take on John's bluesy plea from 'Abbey Road,' reimagined as a fourth-rate wedding band playing for two 'Biggest Loser' contestants.
Michael Jackson, 'Come Together'
From Michael's 'HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book 1' set. Can't we just put it behind us?
Issac Hayes, 'Something'
Known to a later generation as Chef on 'South Park,' the soul balladeer cooked up a musical career noted for simmering crock-pot stews of pop hits. Hayes' 12-minute 'Walk On By' was inspired, but his meandering arrangement of George Harrison's perfect little love song was all but unrecognizable.
Brave Combo and Tiny Tim, 'Hey Jude'
Tiny Tim, known to his mother as Herbert Khaury, ditched his trademark falsetto for much of
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