Brian Auger / Julie Driscoll - Indian Rope Man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S97ISWZsRBw
Probably the greatest living keyboard player, just brilliant
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... The Who's Behind Blue Eyes covered by Limp Bizkit ...
Not bad, but the definitive version is by Rupert Giles
Flaming Lips cover of Fitst Time Ever I Saw Your Face
I love the Flaming Lips, and that is one mad cover version, but I do prefer Roberta Flack's cover personally
gel, leave the rock alone (I do like some rock and metal honestly), and come to the funky side of life
JTQ - Starsky & Hutch theme http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uk4wxIOaJnM
I'm pretty set in my ways with what I like and don't like, I do like some stuff that is not rock though.
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Click on a few of my links, especially Brian Auger Indian Rope Man, you've gotta love that
Jeff Buckley>Leonard Cohen- Hallelujah
Amy Winehouse>The Zutons- Valerie
Nirvana>David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World
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Not bad. I will try a few more.
+1 For Amy Winehouse - Valerie
Amy Winehouse - Hey Little Rich Girl
Nice one gel. Rock fans will always be rock fans, so I'm not expecting you to be fully converted, but I do love these tunes, and they're worth a listen if you haven't heard them before.
Personally, I was converted from goth, to anything but goth
Rolling Stones > Franco Battiato - Ruby Tuesday
(As heard on the OST of The World's Most Depressing Film™.)
Jimmy Smith - Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf
I don't recall hearing that tune in Requiem for a Dream?
Paul's system thread
(where the photos live) Paul's Flickr page
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Jackie Wilson Said
Close to the original, but I do prefer this version.
Plus, this is the classic TOTP appearance with a picture of Jocky Wilson the darts player in the background....OOOOPS!!!
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