Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Jun 8, 2006.
That's really quite lovely.
Because jp's world collapses when things don't go into their proper place... Phish covering Rage Against the Machine
Elvis Costello's Oliver's Army
The Who's Substitute
Rod Stewart's Maggie May
(all audio only)
Children of Bodom - Oops I Did It Again. A bazillion times better than the original.
Oh, and they also did a hilarious cover of Credence Clearwater Revival's Lookin' Out My Back Door.
Timberlake & Fallon. The History of Rap.
Oooh, I kinda love that alot! lol
^ Another I know you'll like.
Florence & the Machine cover The Beatles' Oh Darling!
Oh my, I do love that a whole lot. That woman has such a great voice.
The Hollies - A Taste of Honey
Shatner covers Cee Lo Green's "**** you"!
A Lady Gaga cover Jello actually likes:
Aston does a classical "Telephone"
no way, the original is a classic, prime Satchmo
Too bad its not really Louis Armstrong, and likely still not the original.
Here's some more good Children of Bodom covers, from their big album full of them, Skeletons in the Closet:
Billy Idol's Rebel Yell
The Ramones' Somebody Put Something In My Drink
Paul McCartney and Neil Young doing Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Here they are again on... A Day In The Life.
The Meads of Asphodel covering Louis Armstrong's Wonderful World.
I'm actually a huge Armstrong fan, and I despise that song for being what he's most well known for. It's totally unrepresentative of his body of work. So I rather enjoy this cover's subversion of it.
A Beatles medley by Dusty Springfield, Juliet Prowse, and Mireille Mathieu from 1970 (including a French version of "Yesterday").
bring me some water - melissa etheridge & joan osbourne
So we all remember that amazing David Bowie/Bing Crosby Christmas duet of Little Drummer Boy and Peace on Earth.
Well Will Ferrell and John C. Reily just remade it. They even got Bing's tacky sweater down.
Jam session with Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Wonder
Wow, thanks Frieda!
Also, Josh Groban covers Kanye West
carl sagan ft. stephen hawking
a glorious dawn
I really like that!
You know I'd always thought Carl Sagan terribly sexy, this only adds to it.
4 year old plays along with Keith Moon's drum part on Won't Get Fooled Again.