Page 2 of Post some of your favorites here. I just found this one this morning...amazing Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn cover Europe's “The Final ... 65 comments | 894 Views | Go to page 1 →
Jan 17, 17, 12:53 PM #16
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Jan 17, 17, 03:17 PM #19I've been hooked on this group for the past 6 months, they have covered quite a few songs over the course of their career. Some of these covers are better than the original IMO.
Cover of The Beatles "Drive My Car"
THUNDER / DRIVE MY CAR beatles cover ACOUSTIC LIVE - YouTube
Cover of The Spencer Davis Group "Gimme Some Lovin'
Thunder GIMME SOME LOVIN' (1989) modern rock cover of Spencer Davis / Steve Winwood classic - YouTube
Cover of the Rolling Stones "Gimme Shelter"
Thunder - Gimme Shelter - YouTube
Cover of Python Lee Jackson "In A Broken Dream"
THUNDER - in a broken dream - YouTube
Cover of Smiley Lewis "I Hear You Knockin'"
I Hear You Knocking (Live Acoustic) (Kevin Greening Session) - YouTube
Cover of Joe Cocker "With A Little Help From My Friends"
Cover of Faces "Stay With Me"
Cover of Wild Cherry "Play That Funky Music"
Jan 17, 17, 03:19 PM #20This one they knocked out of the park, you would think it was actually Elvis
Cover of Elvis Presley "All Shook Up"
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Jan 17, 17, 03:34 PM #22Townes Van Zandt doing "Dead Flowers."
Jan 17, 17, 03:38 PM #23Folk singer Dar Williams does a very cool version of Neil's "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere."
Jan 17, 17, 04:08 PM #24
- Join Date
- Oct 05
- Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey
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Jan 17, 17, 10:29 PM #26Written by Dolly Parton in 1973 and made mega famous in 1992 by Whitney Houston, but my first time hearing "I Will Always Love You" was in 1975 from Linda Ronstadt's Prisoner in Disguise album, and I will always consider it to be my all time favorite version.
Jan 17, 17, 11:11 PM #27
Written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong for Motown Records in 1966, First released by Gladys Knight and the Pips in 1967, The Miracles in '68, and it was Marvin Gaye's 1968 version that went on to be a huge hit for Motown, which is fantastic and legendary in its own right, but I just dig this 1970 extended jam version by CCR.
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Jan 17, 17, 11:30 PM #28Written by Joan Baez and released in 1975, "Diamonds and Rust" was covered by Judas Priest on their 1977 'Sin After Sin' release.
Jan 17, 17, 11:40 PM #2916 Horsepower does a nice emotional version of Bob Dylan's "Nobody 'Cept You".
Jan 17, 17, 11:47 PM #30Written and recorded by Joni Mitchell in 1970 and covered by Crosby, Stills, & Nash the very same year.