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Ray LaMontagne
Ray started doing this Gnarls Barkley song (as did everyone else that year) and got rave reviews for his sparse intreptation of the song. Ray changes the meaning of the song with his soulful yearning.
Maggie's Farm
When U2 started to own the world after Joshua Tree, it seemed they were making charity appearances everywhere and playing obscure covers that were highly sought after. An Irish benefit produced this recording of Bob Dylan's protest song "Maggie's Farm". You can cut the intensity with a knife.
I Walk The Line
Live's cover of the Johnny Cash classic was brought to light by Daughtry doing it Live's way on American Idol. After the controversy cleared, it was Live who was the big winner.
John Hiatt & Loudon Wainwright III
My Girl
This one is very hard to find, and rightly so. A Motown classic becomes something alltogether different when given a folksy, Americana twist.
Wichita Lineman
Done at a soundcheck and appearing as a b-side, the song fits Michael Stipe's voice perfectly.
Indigo Girls
Mona Lisas And Madhatters
A live version of this song was floating around for years on a promo only CD. Elton John's great song is highlighted by Amy and Emily's beautiful harmonies.
Pete Townshend
Save It For Later
Pete covered this song on his Deep End live record which also featured stripped down versions of Who classics. Later the studio recording would appear on a deluxe version of the White City CD. Strangely, it feels like a Townshend song when you hear him sing it.
Battle Of Evermore
Ann & Nancy Wilson have never let their reverence for all things Zeppelin be a secret. With Nancy on violin, the girls from Heart show they have what it takes to take on the masters.
Robert Plant
Lively Up Yourself
Plant used to do this in his live shows in the 80's, but unless you were at those shows, you never heard it. Recently on remastered versions of his solo records, unreleased material is included on each disc...one of which is his take on the Bob Marley anthem.
Hey Joe
Seal had done several Hendrix songs over the years and released them as b-sides or as part of compilation CDs. "Hey Joe" may be his best.


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