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Old 01-25-2009, 11:17 AM   #61
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How about Zappa doing the Allmans - the Professa oughta like this one -


"There is no royal road to this heavy surf-fishing. With all the appliances for comfort experience can suggest, there is a certain amount of hard work to be done and exposure to be bourne as a part of the price of success." From "Striped Bass," Scribner's Magazine, 1881.
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Old 01-25-2009, 11:29 AM   #62
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Well, this I would guess is a REAL obscure version of 'Whipping Post' performed by a young Emily Elbert...

I think Dad may have taped her performance at home - although I gotta admit her voice and style reminds me a lot of Ellen McIlwaine -

And who in the hell, you may ask, is Ellen McIlwaine?

Another very good bluesy/folksy type in Uncle Crafty's pile 'o' vinyl...

I probably shouldn't make jokes about this young lady - she may be a Grammy winner one day - her phrasing is actually pretty good for a kid.

Hey, you wanted obscure, right?


"There is no royal road to this heavy surf-fishing. With all the appliances for comfort experience can suggest, there is a certain amount of hard work to be done and exposure to be bourne as a part of the price of success." From "Striped Bass," Scribner's Magazine, 1881.
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Old 01-25-2009, 11:46 AM   #63
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Uhhh... saw a couple more of Emily's tunes - I think it may be a while before she shows up as a Grammy nominee - hey, hang in there kid...

Another version of Whipping Post by Lina Koutrakis...

And who is Lina Koutrakis?

Damned if I know, but here she is performing at BB King's Blues Cafe -

So, can a Greek girl really sing the blues?

I dunno, the jury may still be deliberating on that one - although when she starts wailing at about 4 minutes into it she does sorta remind me of a coupla Greek women I've known...



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Old 01-25-2009, 01:12 PM   #64
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Warren Zevon and a few of the guys from R.E.M. formed a band called "Hindu Love Gods" a few years ago. They did a killer version of Prince's "Rasberry Beret"
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Old 01-25-2009, 01:15 PM   #65
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man that is good..I have listened to that JB disc you gave me last year a bunch....next time he plays local, I am going....

He's playing the stadium theater in Woonsocket, RI on April 3rd. I'm going with a couple of friends of mine.
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Ignore the video... I don't get it...

Dynamite hack covering 'Boyz in the Hood"



White stripes covering Son House

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Old 01-25-2009, 02:32 PM   #67
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My Name is Larry ....

LOL my friend and i used to say that all the time. Kind of became my nickname for a while. My name is Larry

Zappa also did lots of Beatles tunes too ,but with more risqué lyrics as I would expect. Like lucy in the sky with diamonds became Louisana hooker with herpes.

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Well, this I would guess is a REAL obscure version of 'Whipping Post' performed by a young Emily Elbert...

I think Dad may have taped her performance at home - although I gotta admit her voice and style reminds me a lot of Ellen McIlwaine -

And who in the hell, you may ask, is Ellen McIlwaine?

Another very good bluesy/folksy type in Uncle Crafty's pile 'o' vinyl...

I probably shouldn't make jokes about this young lady - she may be a Grammy winner one day - her phrasing is actually pretty good for a kid.

Hey, you wanted obscure, right?


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Old 01-25-2009, 03:01 PM   #69
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This is off Greg's newest album. Give it a listen as i think he may be one of the best players out there now. He is not just loud and fast he has substance and knowledge plus all the chops to challenge anyone at any style.


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Old 01-25-2009, 08:20 PM   #70
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A nice take by Gnarls Barkley of Reckoner by Radiohead. My favorite Radiohead cover I've ever heard by far. Not that there's a lot of them but usually when you do hear one it's a spectacular crash and burn such Panic at the Disco's Karma Police cover.


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Old 05-22-2009, 07:38 PM   #71
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here's one


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Seu Jorge covers Bowie in Portugese





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