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Favourite Cover Versions you prefer as much/more than the Original
#91
Black Magic Woman Fleetwood Mac (1968) Santana (1970)
Cat Scratch Fever Ted Nugent (1977) Pantera (2003)
Dancing In The Moonlight Thin Lizzy (1977) Smashing Pumpkins (1993)
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Nina Simone (1964) The Animals (1965)
Heard It Through The Grapevine Gladys Night & the Pips (1967) Creedence Clearwater Revival (1970)
Here Comes the Sun Beatles (1969) Richie Havens (1971)
Kentucky Woman Neil Diamond (1967) Deep Purple (1968)
Last Kiss Wayne Cochran (1961) Pearl Jam (2003)
Look At Little Sister Hank Ballard & The Midnighters (1959) Stevie Ray Vaughan (1985)
Louie Louie Richard Berry (1957) The Kingsmen (1963)
Not Fade Away Buddy Holly (1957) Rush (1973) Florence and The Machine (2011)
Proud Mary Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969) Ike & Tina Turner (1971)
Statesboro Blues Blind Willie McTell (1928) Allman Brothers Band (1971)
The Letter Box Tops (1967) Joe Cocker (1970)
The Loco-Motion Little Eva (1962) Grand Funk (1974)
The Tracks of My Tears The Miracles (1965) Linda Ronstadt (1967)
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#92
very nice list bj

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#93
Thanks MH! Have you heard Florence and The Machine's version of Not Fade Away? When I first heard it I thought "Now that is how it should sound!".
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#94
Sonic youth - Superstar (Carpenters) song for movie Juno
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#95
I by no implies observed this type of song. i think the originals can be the best













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#96
Can't remember where 'The First Cut is the Deepest' originated from but I like Rod Stewart's version. Come to think of it he's someone who's never mentioned here but his Atlantic Crossing still sounds good as does Footloose and Fancy Free.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#97
First Cut was done originally by Bryan Adams.


Jerome Wrote:Can't remember where 'The First Cut is the Deepest' originated from but I like Rod Stewart's version. Come to think of it he's someone who's never mentioned here but his Atlantic Crossing still sounds good as does Footloose and Fancy Free.
 The ultimate connection is between a performer and its' audience!
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#98
William Shatner's "Common People"

I'm serious, he gives life too it in ways Jarvis Cocker couldn't
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#99
bjgeiger Wrote:Thanks MH! Have you heard Florence and The Machine's version of Not Fade Away? When I first heard it I thought "Now that is how it should sound!".

im a big BH fan but Florence's version is brilliant....she is a very talented lady with a big future agead of her!
"BTO....Bachman,Turner,Overweight
They were big in the 70s....for five minutes,on a Saturday,after lunch..."  -  Me 2014.


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Keep meaning to get FATM. Just don't get around to it.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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