Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Jun 8, 2006.
Debbie Harry and Kermit the frog sing "Rainbow Connection"
Vieux Farka Toure cover of his father Ali Farka Toure's "Ai Du"
Zep + Aerosmith "Bring It On Home" from Zeppelin's Hall of Fame induction.
Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton... having a conversation.
Drugged-out rock stars Pete Townsend, Mick Jagger, Mitch Mitchell, Little Richard and Eric Clapton in 1971... talking about Hendrix.
Another part of it... heroin is bad, kida.
Greatest Cover ever.
One man does all the voices of We Are The World...
Also, I've posted it before, but given the current profile of the band, Michael Winslow on the Immigrant Song/Whole Lotta Love (Doing both Page & Plant).
Love Will Tear us Apart by Nouvelle Vague.
I found out about this group from this video, which I always enjoy.
Here's another Nouvelle Vague I just found: The Killing Moon. I really like this one. No video here though, just the music.
They do a nice Blue Monday too.
The best cover of the Troggs' Wild Thing ever.
First 10 or so seconds of clip has video missing.
There's not a youtube video but I made a nice thread about a crazy cover the other day: William Shatner's cover of Mr. Tambourine Man.
Bright Eyes does a cover of Daniel Johnston's "Devil Town." I don't know what the video is with it, but the song is neat. An interesting version of Dan's.
Finally bought The Last Waltz, have watched bits of it but I need to find time without family distractions to play it loud & undisturbed.
Anyway, here's a lovely cover of Crowded House's "Private Universe" by PS22chorus (a NYC 5th grade choir)
David Bowie & Ray Davies - Waterloo Sunset
Damon Albarn & Ray Davies - Waterloo Sunset
Damon Albarn & David Bowie - Fashion
Not a duet, but definitely a sight to behold
Count Dooku sings about alcohol
A special thanks to the guys at Force-cast for scarring me with this song. I now pass the horror on to you.
Star wars crossed with Phantom of the Opera
One of my all time favorite 'duets/cover'
Cover of Ruby Tuesday from Children of Men by some dude.
I think I like this version even better than the original. Maybe. In any case, it's pretty awesome. It's the version played during Children of Men before the guys show up and execute the aging hipster.
Here is an impossibly sweet-if-fractured, unprofessional rendition of Hey Jude.
Due to all the youtube excellence in this thread, I thought it would be appropriate to mention the best ever program I have ever found. It downloads youtube files and then converts them into mp3's, which is perfect for getting songs. It's like piracy, but without peer to peer networks! Google it, if you are as unethical/broke as me.
Also if you click the username of the above profile, the Hey Jude kid, that kid has the funniest youtube profile of all time. And also he was on a tv show in Korea.
Dirtbombs cover INXS; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSib54MNXks
There's a studio version as a hidden track on the Australasian edition of their new album "We Have You Surrounded".
Jeff Healey tribute;
Eric Clapton's Lay Down Sally
Steelers Wheel's Stuck in the Middle With You
Led Zep's Rock n Roll
The Doors' Roadhouse Blues
The Beatles' Yer Blues
Cream's White Room
Allman Brothers' Whiping Post
ZZ Top's Blue Jeans Blues
Sweet Little Angel: BB King, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Jeff Beck & Albert Collins.
I've been looking for the below for years
Sweet Home Chicago: Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Steve Tyler, Bo Diddley, Lou Reed, Dave Stewart, Joe Perry, Richie Sambora, Billy Joel + more.
Muppets "cover" Rammstein Engel
Sgt. Floyd Pepper.
The funniest thing you will watch on YouTube today. Kid's Rock.
Prince covers Radiohead's Creep.
(probably won't be online long)
made me LOL, but after that the gag wore out its welcome.