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Sometimes I wonder how these ticket stubs survived in my pocket. Faith No More opened.


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Perfect Circle - Eat the Elephant
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A relaxing morning to be inside today. Windy,wet, and cold outside.I bought this Kiss album at a Kmart back in 1977. It is a keeper.

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This is not new, but if you think you know "The Sound of Silence" and haven't heard this version, well, judge for yourself.

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@esaravo I never thought it was possible to like a cover version as much as an original until I heard that song. Limp Bizkit's "Behind Blue Eyes" comes close, but Disturb's "Sound of Silence" is every bit as good as Simon & Garfunkel's. And in some ways, dare I say it, it is better.

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@Jesse_O - I agree. And “Behind Blue Eyes” is probably the best work Fred Durst will ever do. What is he doing now?
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@esaravo I had to google Fred Durst to see what he is up to. It seems that Limp Bizkit is still doing live concerts. They have a couple concerts in the US plus some European concert dates later this year. Plus, Fred is directing a film called "Moose" with John Travolta. This is all I found out about the film - "A rabid film fan stalks his favorite action hero and destroys the star's life."
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@Jesse_O eh. I dunno. Yes I very much like the cover but nothing will compare to the original Simon and Garfunkel.
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@Frontier2Xterra What I really like about both of these covers, is that the cover artist did these songs in their own style. Many attempt to do that, but these two succeeded in my mind. Another one that I actually think succeeds is Marilyn Manson's version of Eurythmic's "Sweet Dreams". But the original version has a LOT of great memories associated with it for me, so it will never be outdone. I'm posting the lyrics version here, just to be on the safe side. And just fyi - they get the lyrics wrong on the video!!! LOL!!

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Another good cover by Marilyn is "Tainted Love". I prefer the uncensored version, but here is the tamer one.

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This is the first version of this song that I heard. I absolutely LOVE it!!! I plan to have it played during my wake. I've since heard the original Joan Baez version and I like that one as well. But in this case, JP rules!!!

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I must be in the mood for covers. Growing up in Minnesota, I knew who Bob Dylan was before I was in kindergarten. But when GNR did "Knocking on Heaven's Door", I thought it perfection!!! I'm ending with this song. Have a great night all.

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"krazy" Makaveli!
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I really don't care much for the band 'Type O Negative' but they did a cover of Neil Diamond's "Cinnamon Girl" like it belonged to them. The live versions are sucky but here's the studio.

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Something I was introduced to just now. I'm digging it!!!

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Remembering songs that I'd forgotten existed.
Saw this band at GA State in '82 I think.
They had sound problems with their old style organ.

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@Pre_Coder got me thinking about Neil Young (anybody remember his triple album - Decade?), which made me think about his performances in the movie The Last Waltz (if you have like 4 hours and 20 minutes to kill, the whole concert can be seen on You Tube). Here's two videos from that concert where you can see how much the performers were enjoying themselves (and how wasted they probably were, hell it was the 1970's).



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My favorite Neil Young.
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