Which Cover Album are You Spinning Right Now?


#22

John Hammond covers Tom Waits tunes on an album produced by Tom Waits!

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#23

Yo La Tengo supported the fundraising efforts of New Jersey’s world-renowned independent radio outlet WFMU-FM with annual studio visits. Listeners who pledged money during the band’s appearances were offered the chance to request a favorite song that the band would then attempt to perform. This album compiles 30 WFMU highlights between 1996 and 2003.


#24

If you like blues, this cover album is incredibly good. Heck, even if you don’t…

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#25

Zappa’s ‘The best band you never heard in your life’ :
Ring of fire, Boléro, Purple haze, Sunshine of your love and last but not least Stairway to heaven…


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#27

Amazing performance ‘Whipping Post’:


#28

God that was fun. Good way to start the day. Thanks! : )


#29

Thanks, I was at that show (Pier 84, NYC, Aug. 1984)!


#30

Love just watching Frank’s expression while he plays and solos. He’s a ham, but he’s Discreet, and we all are in on it. Along with all of the stunning musicianship always displayed at his shows, I also loved nothing more than to hear the band just float a chord and listen to Frank noodle over the top of it for ten minutes.


#31

Four song EP with jazz covers of Zep, Hendrix, Genesis.


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#33

Into the Mystic - Gretchen Wilson


#34

Yo La Tengo covers Sun Ra. Definitely NOT safe for work!


#35

Not a pure cover album, but five of the nine songs are covers (Killing Floor, Like a Rolling Stone, Rock Me Baby, Hey Joe, and Wild Thing).

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#37

I never knew the name until now - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35


#38

Sort of a cover album. An excellent album I keep coming back to. Love the singing and the support and the fascinating recording.


#39

99 songs you’ve very likely not heard for a while or ever.

The quality is atrocious on nearly ever track, I gave up on it. Still cool songs but decidedly quite low fi reproductions.


What are you spinning right now?
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#41

Brilliant solo piano renditions of Grateful Dead tunes.