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  • blain

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    4 Non Blonds cover of Zeppelin's "Misty Mountain Hop"

    Iron Horse cover of Elton John's "Rocket Man"

    Of course... Chris Stapleton cover of George Jones' "Tennessee Whiskey"

    Shinedown cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man"
     
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    HoughMade

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    Everyone has heard "Calling Baton Rouge" by Garth Brooks, but it's a cover. The Oak Ridge Boys did it first in 1978, but that's not the version I prefer. In 1989, New Grass Revival did a version that is, IMHO, better than the original or Garth's.

     
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    marvin02

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    Dylan's Man In A Long Black Coat by Joan Osborne


    Count Five's Psychotic Reaction by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers


    I like this version of James Brown's It's a Man's World by Concrete Blonde

     

    gregkl

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    This is right up there with Johnny Cash’s Hurt as one of the best covers ever.

    I agree. I believe I may have listened to this one more than Paul Simon's. And I grew up listening to Paul's on the radio.

    I didn't know that Johnny Cash covered Hurt. I thought that was his. It may be one of my favorite songs that Cash ever did.

    I wasn't much of a country fan growing up, but I always liked Johnny Cash. Well, and Waylon. And a few others.
     
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