Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by The_Reverend_M, Jan 17, 2017.
Very interesting version!
Not quite to my taste but very original.
I don't know if anyone consider these "covers" in the traditional sense, but there's a little group I like in the US, called the Ephemeral String Band, and they've done a lot of versions of Sacred Harp songs which I really like. Unfortunately they've only done them as youtube vids recorded on shoddy cameras, and not an album of them or anything.
Edit: I lie, there's a proper recording on bandcamp
This is a cover of an (unreleased) i think Foundations song:
Caterina Valente, "Istanbul not Constantinople".
The two Twiggys!
I love this.
Let the slagging off begin .....I like it!
It's not really good, and it's a remix rather than a cover, but it's certainly unusual:
I love everything Corey Taylor sings on, be it here with Stone Sour, Slipknot or his acoustic shows.
Version of the classic Masters at Work breakbeat US garage tune The Nervous Track done in a sixties raw funk work out fashion
I was just looking for a video for Love's Seven is Seven (prob my fav Love track) and came across this mad cover by Alice Cooper: speed-Kraftwerk backing track with metal guitar on top and the bizarre vid has Alice shadow boxing in some red y-fronts .... seems Alice was up to some pretty wacky drum machine stuff in the early 80s...slightly cabaret....doesnt really work but its entertaining
Love this Funk version of Get up Stand up
And this one aswell
I love Ritchie Kotzen
Johnny Cash - Hurt
Well,it's unusual and a chilled way of listeneing to fave tunes. Siouxsie?
Not strictly a cover, but it's the only version for me now:
I love the midas touch version too
Back on proper cover versions, this is an immense Springsteen cover
the Violence Jack Off - No Surrender
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