Kate Bush cover 🖤
Miley covered this Tom Petty song in tribute to him on the Howard Stern Show, 4 October 2017.
“Far worse to be Love’s lover than the lover that Love has scorned…”
Nick Cave cover by Chelsea Wolfe, with an unofficial video made by Mikolaj Mix with footage from Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
Cover of the 1986 Prince song off the soundtrack to Under the Cherry Moon, recorded by a fan and put on Youtube last night.
1995. Footage of Catherine Deneuve from Repulsion (1965).
Fiona Apple’s chillingly subversive cover of Willy Wonka’s song from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , originally sung by a supremely creepy Gene Wilder in the 1970s film (if you saw this as a kid, didn’t he scare the crap out of you?), appears in a new animated ad for Chipotle which slams factory farming.
Karen covering Fred Neil’s classic – from an album of a friend’s reel-to-reel recordings of her rehearsing in her living room, entitled1966, which was released in 2012.
Record Label: Delmore Recording Society
Karen Dalton: Voice; 12-String Guitar
Richard Tucker: Guitar
Download the whole album HERE.
An unusual version of this bluesy 40s jazz standard (penned by Fred and Doris Fisher), from this legendary folk artist’s third album, Like an Old-fashioned Waltz (Island, 1974).
Published on 12 May 2013:
A revised version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, recorded with an acoustic guitar by Canadian astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station. Out of this world.
“My take on Joy Division’s ‘Disorder’. The arrangement is by Ange8. You can find his cover here.”
Jazz Festival Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2006
Brad Mehldau – piano
Larry Grenadier – bass
Jeff Ballard – drums
Stripped-down, live cover by the (brilliant) Robyn Hitchcock of the (incredible) Bob Dylan song, “Visions of Johanna”, originally from Blonde on Blonde (1966).
Cover of Joanna Newsom’s song “Sprout and the Bean”, with vocals by Vera Ostrova — sans the shrillness of the original and with a beautiful video — off a 2010 compilation album called Versions of Joanna.
“And as I said, I slept as though dead, dreaming seamless dreams of lead.
When you go away, I am big-boned and fey in the dust of the day, in the dirt of the day.”
Beatles cover off the album Twelve (Columbia, 2008).
The Barbershop Quintet of the Fancy Ticklers performing as Einstürzende Mobauten, in aid of Movember! They’re covering the song “Garden”.
And I wonder
when I sing along with you
If everything could ever feel this real forever
If anything could ever be this good again
The only thing I’ll ever ask of you
You’ve got to promise not to stop when I say when
Dylan and Lauren (or Sandalwood, as they are calling themselves) perform their favourite track “Everlong”(originally by Foo Fighters) in the OxJam tent at Electric Picnic festival, Ireland, 2010.
Lauren (11) spotted the “Open Mic” sign outside the OxJam tent, grabbed her brother and barrelled over …within barely a minute I heard them announce “next up a brother and sister combo…” and I barely had time to get in with the camera, thankfully it took Dylan a minute to retune the borrowed guitar to drop-D.
Images from the film Hana-Bi (Takeshi Kitano, 1997)
Music from Maxence Cyrin – a piano cover of Arcade Fire’s “No Cars Go” (2010).