Ah, music. I am in general opposed to cover albums because most of the time it is simply an annoyance hearing a band put their â€śspinâ€ť on music that you love. The Beatles, however, have crossed the bridge into having a catalog of music equivalent to the great music of Tin Pan Alley and Denmark Street. There is really no way to destroy a Beatles song. Their seemingly simple melodies are ripe for interesting interpretations and new voices. When I opened the Minnesota Beatle Project, I got what I wanted, a disc full of solid covers with some interpretations unique to each act but keeping relatively true to the mood of each song. Having used, â€śHere Comes the Sun,â€ť in my wedding, I was happy to hear that Motion City Soundtrack made few changes because it took me right back to the moment when I locked arms with my new husband and we introduced ourselves to the world as a unit. That was the best day of last year for me. Other really bright spots are Solid Gold doing â€śLove You Toâ€ť and Dark Dark Dark and her Choirâ€™s version of â€śLong Long Longâ€ť. Her voice puts a nice smoky finish on the tune. This is a good listen and even better, made for a good cause. I hope the schools in Minnesota get the art and music education they dream of.