ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Oct. 9 (UPI) -- A Kurt Cobain version of the Beatles "And I Love Her" will soon be coming to vinyl.
The cover of the Beatles' classic was first revealed in the documentary Montage of Heck. It was one of the many songs director Brett Morgen unearthed when he was allowed to go through Cobain's massive library of home recordings to make the authorized biography of the late musician.
The song will be released on a 7-inch vinyl with the B-side being a Cobain rarity called "Sappy." A pre-order link was announced on The Vinyl Collective message board. The release date is Nov. 20, two weeks after the release of the Montage of Heck soundtrack.
"I finished the film and there was all this other music," Morgen said on KCRW's The Business in May. "I just started cutting the thing together and telling the estate that they should put this out. I think initially my thought was it would be a nice complement to the film." he said.
"I don't have any financial stake in the album," Morgen said. "Creatively, it should be out there as a thing for the fans."
The Montage of Heck soundtrack and DVD are scheduled to arrive in stores Nov. 6.