Best and Worst Cover Versions (singing, Doors, famous, radio)
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My kid just turned me onto an interesting cover of Neil Young's "Keep On Rockin in the Free World."
It's by the Moog Cookbook, it's done with synthesizer, and though I do prefer the original, it's not bad at all, it's got plenty of thrust and power.
Now don't leave us high and dry. EVERYBODY deserves a crack at her. She's off in every way, but we have to realize it was her shtick. Gawd, I hope that's what it was. And that whistling: Oh my. Your the one who brought her up, my friend...
You're right. I deserve nothing but grief for mentioning it. Releasing the Greatest hits was bad enough but to put out a country album later-sheesh!!!! Never knew the whole story behind putting out that stuff to start with!
I think I'll start working on better cover versions for a while. It's hard to improve on anything That Simon and Garfunkel does, IMHO, but Sergio Mendez and Brasil 66 does a great job on "Scarborough Fair." I never get tired of listening to this group.
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