Discussion in 'Music' started by Deleted member 313105, Dec 3, 2019.
Better than Dylan...
This one too - I was at this show...
Knocking on Heaven's Door. Gun and Roses Live in Toyko
Hot Rod Lincoln.
I included the original from 1955
and Commander Cody's version in 1971
Charlie Ryan built the real Hot Rod Lincoln from a 12 cylinder Lincoln with a Ford Model A body.
The race really happened.
A few come to mind... But the latest I've discovered is the Moonshine Society's cover of "I'd Rather Go Blind" by Etta James
No need to say who did the original.
Not necessarily better but a different version of The Girl From Impanema.
Puff Daddy's cover of "Every Breath You Take" by Police.
I would not say better than the original but entertaining.
the Dead is one of my favorites
and Me & My Uncle, Good Lovin, It's all over now baby blue, death dont have no mercy, I know you rider, don't ease me in, Stealin, hard to handle, good morning little school girl, smokestack lightning etc.
casey jones & dupree are heavily influenced by two older tunes. thus I'll take this time to post some originals that they covered
bless Pig pen
Going up the country was also a Henry thomas song
and some folk say that the US has no culture...
Woodstock by Crosby stills and nash much better!! (Although I heard it before the other one)
Going Up country on Woodstock was performed by Canned Heat not CSN.
This one is a toughie. I'd say Townes Van Zant's cover of Dead Flowers beats the Rolling Stones by a slim margin.
I heard “I think we’re alone now” at a Tommy James concert...great. But Tiffany really nailed It as a cover.
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