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#190 – Covers, Covers, Covers

Three covers, none of the duvet variety

First is a cover of a Bob Dylan song which is, oddly, more famous that the original. Especially when you consider that the person singing on the new version of the song isn’t exactly talented. But what do I know? Listen to Rebecca Black’s version and then the original by the one and only Bob Dylan (or God, as he’s also known).

Bob Dylan – Friday [More Info]

Rebecca Black – Friday [Buy]

Next is a pair of covers by two people I’ve been told I resemble. The original is by teenie-bopper and Mumsnet favourite 50 Cent* (the similarity is uncanny) Continue reading


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#86 – Music Your Parents Listen To

The Band are probably best known for their work with Bob Dylan  but this is a shame as they produced some stellar material independently and were influential in their own right. I have always enjoyed their lyrics about rural America; King Harvest and The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down particularly. A quick glance on Wikipedia this morning told me that Clapton credited Music from Big Pink with changing his life…strong praise indeed. Keep reading…

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