Covers that beat the Originals

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Fridrik » Mon Oct 24, 2016 10:47 am

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This one...Man...
I keep listening to it and it just keeps getting better. The Aerosmith one is good, but this is so much better. At 3:13 she keeps the high note for something like 9 seconds. She's incredible. But I think it's her + PMJ that makes greatness. I gave her solo work a listen and "Sledgehammer" was the only one I liked.

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Fridrik » Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:13 am

Cower:


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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby McNutcase » Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:16 am

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So I did a little digging. Couple bits of info: David Draider (the singer of Disturbed) was scared to cover The Sound of Silence; he wasn't sure he was a good enough singer to do it justice. And then they performed it on whatever Conan O'Brien is presenting these days, Paul Simon was watching, and sent David Draider a letter telling him his version was awesome. So this is a cover that's thoroughly approved of by the original songwriter, which is always a plus.
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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Fridrik » Tue Jan 03, 2017 6:20 am

YMCA like you have never heard it before


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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Fridrik » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:50 am

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Cower by Pakistani women, including a sitar player. I think the band was gathered to play this song and don't usually play together.


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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Magmoo » Wed Feb 22, 2017 7:19 am

The "House of the Rising Sun Controversy" just got an interesting new twist. ;) :D

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Re: Covers that beat the Originals

Postby Ikoma » Wed Feb 22, 2017 5:09 pm

Out of curiosity, what's the controversy? I thought it was well known this was an old folk song that had been covered by a bajillion (scientific accuracy!) rock/country/pop acts?
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