Hear Kurt Cobain's Lo-fi Cover of The Beatles' 'And I Love Her'

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Kurt Cobain recording in Hilversum Studios, playing Takamine acoustic guitar on Nov. 25, 1991. 

The soundtrack from Brett Morgen’s Courtney Love-approved Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck is just over a month away from its release date, and one of its most anticipated tracks has hit the web. Check out Kurt’s lo-fi cover of the Beatles’ “And I Love Her.”

The soundtrack album will be released digitally and on CD Nov. 13, with a double-LP vinyl edition following on Dec. 4. The film, also out on home video on Nov. 13, will be available in the super deluxe edition, which includes the audio, as well as Blu-ray, DVD, and digital video formats.

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Along with “And I Love Her,” the deluxe edition of soundtrack features 30 other Cobain recordings. This includes early demos of what became the Nirvana songs “Been A Son,” “Clean Up Before She Comes,” “Scoff,” “Sappy” and “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle,”

For more on the latest Cobain rarities, check out Billboard’s review of the Oct. 7 L.A. screening of Montage of Heck, featuring footage not shown in the film.