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Wow, that's a great cover of that song


I think we've had a thread or two like this in the past but a lot of us are home bored and have some time so let's do it again.

Looking for covers of songs that really do it for you. I love to find obscure but great cover songs. Here's a few of my faves.

Here's a really unique version of a couple of Beatle songs (medley).

Science Fiction Double Feature


Another Beatle song: Dig A Pony

And finally, this trio that I really like. Some Zep, baby! Lemon...


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Lady Willpower, by Morrissey
Gosh, I admire the guy just for covering a song that I thought was terminally uncool - and doing an exceptional job of it.
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"Great" is so subjective, but I like this one of late. A bit of a change from the source material. Little Martha, by Holly Bowling

And if there's anyone unfamiliar with the original, here's the Allman Bros version.



Here's Chuck Prophet playing You Make My Dreams Come True, on Live at Daryl's House (Daryl Hall). Chuck's fairly new to me, and I posted about him here. Really like his work, and it's hard for me to find new (to me) artists I like these days.

And here's the original Hall & Oates version, though I'd be surprised if it were actually needed.
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Vonda Shepard, It's In His Kiss, courtesy of the Ally McBeal show, apparently. (I didn't watch it but I like the sound)
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Tracey Ullman doing a decent(and rare) cover of Reunion's "Life Is A Rock(But The Radio Rolled Me)".
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Tracey Ullman doing a decent(and rare) cover of Reunion's "Life Is A Rock(But The Radio Rolled Me)".
OK I too have never heard anyone try to cover that. Impressed.
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OK I too have never heard anyone try to cover that. Impressed.
Pretty sure that whole album is covers.
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Some great R&B covers of non-R&B songs:
Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway's version of "You've Got A Friend". Lost the cover race to James Taylor besides being a hundred times better.
You'd never expects Seals and Crofts in the same sentence as "sexy" and "hard-rocking", but the Isley Brothers did.
And in the category of covers that totally change the meaning of the song, Candi Staton's swaggering cover of "Stand By Your Man(!)"
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Some great R&B covers of non-R&B songs:
Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway's version of "You've Got A Friend". Lost the cover race to James Taylor besides being a hundred times better.
You'd never expects Seals and Crofts in the same sentence as "sexy" and "hard-rocking", but the Isley Brothers did.
And in the category of covers that totally change the meaning of the song, Candi Staton's swaggering cover of "Stand By Your Man(!)"
Heh. That reminded me of Monie Love's 'Its a Shame"
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Some great R&B covers of non-R&B songs:
Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway's version of "You've Got A Friend". Lost the cover race to James Taylor besides being a hundred times better.
You'd never expects Seals and Crofts in the same sentence as "sexy" and "hard-rocking", but the Isley Brothers did.
And in the category of covers that totally change the meaning of the song, Candi Staton's swaggering cover of "Stand By Your Man(!)"
More R&B covers of non-R&B songs.
Two by Al Green: "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?" and "For the Good Times".

And for something completely different: bluegrass meets hair metal. The Meat Purveyors cover Ratt's "Round and Round".
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The most outstanding example for me personally is by Yes.
Yes
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During the introduction Chris Squire plays Leonard Bernstein's "America" as counterpoint in the 6/8=3/4 tresillo rhythm for four bars. At least half of the track is a rockabilly jam between twin lead guitarists Steve Howe and Delaney Bramlett.
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Wasn't Whitney Houston's cover of "I will always love you" not a cover of Dolly's version but actually a cover of the version done by Linda Ronstadt?

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I could listen to this tune over and over:

JD Souther - New Kid in Town


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Streetheart did a cover of "Under My Thumb" that was far superior to the Stones" original. Live version here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJpzB0DEFeY starts at 19:30.

Luther Wright and The Wrongs - Rebuild the Wall -- a surprisingly great bluegrass version of Pink Floyd's "The Wall". Used to be played at concerts over the loudspeaker before TAPFS or Brit Floyd came onstage. Various songs all over YouTube.

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This probably shouldn't count, but Cheap Trick (and guests) did a killer live cover of the entire Sgt. Pepper album and released it as a video. The reason that it probably shouldn't count is that it was an almost perfect, note-for-note performance...probably the next best thing to seeing the Fab Four perform it. But they get props for doing a "studio album" live and doing it so well.
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Rock version of a Supremes hit from the 60's by Vanilla Fudge.
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I love the Talking Heads cover of Take Me To The River. Especially the Stop Making Sense version.
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Last time we had a thread like this I posted In My Life covered by Johnny Cash. And you know what? I'm going to do it again. As I said last time, put simply, he just makes the song his own.

I can't remember if I also posted some of these: there is a long pop reggae tradition of covers, some of which are absolute gems. I give you Neil Diamond's Red Red Wine, made a wonder of the art by Tony Tribe*; and David Gates' Everything I Own rendered marvelous by Ken Boothe.

I'm pretty sure I didn't bang on about John Cale last time, but I will now. He has an unusual style of covering songs - slowing them down to bring out a new intensity that you didn't realise they had. I give you Heartbreak Hotel; and expecially Streets Of Laredo. Odd.

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While checking out some of the songs mentioned, I came across this performance of The Weight, which features musicians participating from a dozen countries around the world. The singing and playing are very fine, and the mixing and production are even more impressive.

Robbie Robertson does play on the song, but he’s not leading things, so I’d call it a cover. Ringo is the other featured celebrity.

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I will always prefer DEVO's cover of The Rolling Stones' (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.

I'm also fond of Minutemen's cover of Steely Dan's Dr. Wu.
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Stone Temple Pilots Dancing days Led Zep cover. So, so much better. They slowed it down.
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Vonda Shepard, It's In His Kiss, courtesy of the Ally McBeal show, apparently. (I didn't watch it but I like the sound)
If you like her sound, you should watch Ally McBeal. Vonda Shepard was featured very heavily in that series (singing).

Two of my go to great covers are:
While My Keytar Gently Weeps by Lemon Demon
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Comfortably Numb by Ani Difranco and Dar Williams

Also, I really like Jolene by Miley Cyrus. And, while not really a cover, the slowed down version of Jolene is really good as well.

From Leo Moracchioli we have Africa and Sultans Of Swing. I'm not a metal guy at all, but just about anything coming out of Frog Leap Studios is worth watching.
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Wasn't Whitney Houston's cover of "I will always love you" not a cover of Dolly's version but actually a cover of the version done by Linda Ronstadt?

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Dolly wrote and recorded the song. Regardless of one artist doing another artist's version of it, anyone doing that song is doing a Dolly Parton cover.
It's like when someone does Hallelujah and someone comments that they're doing the Jeff Buckley version. It's still a Leonard Cohen cover.

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Happy X-mas (War is Over) originally by John Lennon, covered by Miley Cyrus.

Not Dark Yet originally by Bob Dylan, covered by Robyn Hitchcock

All Along The Watchtower originally by Bob Dylan, covered by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
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Jeff Beck and Seal's cover of Like a Rolling Stone will likely always be on my top list of covers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSixn8MeN_s
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I'm a huge fan of Joni Mitchell, but I think her song Woodstock is just dreadful.

IMO the cover by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young is much better.
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[T]here is a long pop reggae tradition of covers, some of which are absolute gems.
Yes indeed. Here's Toots and the Maytals covering Take Me Home Country Roads.
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Yes indeed. Here's Toots and the Maytals covering Take Me Home Country Roads.
Just played this, and the whole household loves it.
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Yes indeed. Here's Toots and the Maytals covering Take Me Home Country Roads.
Simply magnificent.

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Aretha Franklin did a lot of great rock covers, but the one I like the most is her energetic version of "Eleanor Rigby". Makes it a whole different song, but as good as the original.

ETA: her version of "Let It Be" of course is also magnificent, but closer to the Beatles version (it was written with Aretha in mind anyway as I remember Paul having said).
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So guess who did a pretty fine version of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters “? Shakira!

Dolly Parton’s cover of
Stairway to Heaven gives me goosebumps.
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Sammy Hagar got a little butthurt that Rick Springfield's cover of "I've Done Everything For You" was a bigger hit than his original. Get over yourself, Sam.

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I'm not really a fan of country music, but I'm fond of Blake Shelton's cover of "She Talks to Angels".

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Creep - Vintage Postmodern Jukebox Radiohead Cover ft. Haley Reinhart

This is my favorite cover ever.
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Yes indeed. Here's Toots and the Maytals covering Take Me Home Country Roads.
Radiohead’s OK Computer album, done by a reggae band (the album, inevitably, is “Radiodread.”) I think it’s great!
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Dolly wrote and recorded the song. Regardless of one artist doing another artist's version of it, anyone doing that song is doing a Dolly Parton cover.
It's like when someone does Hallelujah and someone comments that they're doing the Jeff Buckley version. It's still a Leonard Cohen cover.
Hmmm. Does the version which inspires the reworking not deserve any recognition though? And if the arrangement and performance are major aspects of the cover, is it not fair to say what's really being referenced/copied? The Jeff Buckley version is far more of a piece with the John Cale interpretation than it is with the Cohen original, but if someone sings it that way because they know Buckley, then it at least as meaningful to say they're they're covering Buckley, as it is to mention Cale or Cohen.

Legally, Cohen gets the writing credit, obviously, but in terms of what the new performance seeks to emulate? That's a Buckley fan, singing a Buckley song, a la Buckley.
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Sultans of Swing, or any cover by Sina.
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According to one interpretation or another, I guess The Barbusters' version of Light of Day counts as a pretty great Springsteen cover.

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If they are on another continent, OK. But chimps in America, creepy.

I have 3 words for you: St. James. Davis.
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If they are on another continent, OK. But chimps in America, creepy.

I have 3 words for you: St. James. Davis.
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Oops, sorry. Obviously wrong thread.
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Ho. Lee. Shit!!! That is amazingly fantastic. Thank you for sharing that. Wow, I’m still tingling.
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The early nineties incarnation of The Band (with Helm Hudson, and Danko) did great covers of Dylan's "Blind Willie McTell" and Springsteen's "Atlantic City".
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Not a fan of Tom Petty, but his live cover of the Dave Clark Five's Anyway You Want It is terrific.

Also: Huey Lewis' cover of J.J. Jackson's But It's All Right.

Also also: The Beatles doing Arthur Alexander's Anna. IMO it's John Lennon's single best vocal performance, despite his being sick during the recording session.
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The early nineties incarnation of The Band (with Helm Hudson, and Danko) did great covers of Dylan's "Blind Willie McTell" and Springsteen's "Atlantic City".
That reminds me of Townes Van Zandt's cover over Springsteen's "Racing In The Streets", about which he writes in the hilarious liner notes of the wonderful album "Roadsongs":

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This is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard. I listened to it 30 times in a row at Lomax's house. We drove 300 miles the next day, I played it and somebody recorded it. That's why I didn't know it better. Bruce will understand.
There's also a Dylan cover on the same album, a very early, rare and funny Dylan song that fits Townes like a glove, "Little Willie The Gambler" (which was called "Ramblin' Gamblin' Willie" in the original version), about which he wrote:

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There's a YT channel for O'Keefe Music Foundation. I used to watch a lot of their videos. It's a bunch of high school age and younger kids doing rock covers. I think the foundation sets them up with pro grade recording and coaches them. I haven't kept up with any of their newer videos but there is a lot of good covers to be found despite the young age of the performers. honestly, they kill it usually.

Here's the master list of their videos.

Here's one of my older favorites. A cover of 46 And 2 by Tool.

You Could Be Mine by GNR

Kids that have heard of Richard Thompson and Vincent 1952

Pull Me Under. Dream Theater cover.
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Hmmm. Does the version which inspires the reworking not deserve any recognition though? And if the arrangement and performance are major aspects of the cover, is it not fair to say what's really being referenced/copied? The Jeff Buckley version is far more of a piece with the John Cale interpretation than it is with the Cohen original, but if someone sings it that way because they know Buckley, then it at least as meaningful to say they're they're covering Buckley, as it is to mention Cale or Cohen.

Legally, Cohen gets the writing credit, obviously, but in terms of what the new performance seeks to emulate? That's a Buckley fan, singing a Buckley song, a la Buckley.
Ultimate argument for this position: "Louie Louie". Yeah Richard Berry may have written and first performed it, but how many of the gazillion covers of the song sound like this? Virtually everybody used the Kingsmen version as the basis for a cover.
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Chrissie Hynde added some soul to that song.
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Don't Fear The Reaper by Alana Davis. Could have used a little more cowbell, I know...

Here's another good cover of the same song. Two guys at a pizza place.
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