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Best ever cover versions

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10 minutes ago, City Rocker said:

Stiff Little Fingers' version of Bob Marley's 'Johnny Was' is just superb. Perhaps one of my favourite pieces of recorded music ever. 

Indeed - it’s a brilliant cover version. The intro alone is fantastic

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In my opinion, Dana Valery's version of You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies beats the Simon and Garfunkle original hands down.  A great northern soul dancer that always leaves me breathless and sweaty on the dance floor (remember them?)  But don't take my word for it folks...


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4 minutes ago, PHILINFRANCE said:

I shall probably receive brickbats for this, but I do like the cover version of Hallelujah by Boyce Avenue, although even this version is not as good as Jeff Buckley.

They are very talented. I particularly like their version of Linkin Park's Shadow of the Day.

(RIP Chester Bennington, tragic loss)

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On 23/04/2020 at 15:42, Sixtyseconds said:

Best cover with a banjo

Leo Moracchioli Psychosocial

Best cover with ukuleles.....

Or perhaps......


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For Motown fans, how about this one? She has a stunning voice and the backing band is the Funk Brothers, with a lot of the original members.


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