Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Jun 8, 2006.
It's cool, people just re-upload them again.
Mary J Blige too. And I think the woman in the bandana is Gwen Stefani, not Katie Melua. Cool video though.
David Bowie & Moby - Cactus (Pixies song)
Wow. You hit the double - an unexpected duet on an unexpected cover.
Here's a better (and Moby free) version
Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett, plus what would soon become Derek and the Dominos (Clapton, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle, Jim Gordon):
"If There's A Will There's a Way"
"I Don't Know Why" (with Clapton singing and George Harrison on guitar)
"Comin' Home" (also with George Harrison)
An acoustic version of "Poor Elijah" (with a guitarist who I think is Dave Mason)
And Bonnie & Rita doin' their best Kath & Kim on BVs!
Prince playing Chuck berry's Johnny B. Goode + more. Superbowl press conference
Also Prince's Superbowl 1/2 time show split into 2 clips;
First clip features snippets of CCR's Proud Mary (via Tina Turner) & Dylan's All Along the Watchtower (via Jimi Hendrix) plus cover of Foo Fighters' Best of Me
Part 1 (8 mins)
Part 2 (4 mins)
I love how he said "I'll take questions," and when someone asks a question he starts playing the song.
Weird clip of the Graham Bond Organization (including Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker) appearing in a crappy 1965 film.
StarwarsMan with the FooFighters.
Brian Haas (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey) does piano instrumental cover of The Flaming Lips, "The Spark That Bled"
What's Going On (All Star Tribute to The Victims of 9/11)
I know this is for a good cause, and I get why Bono, Mary J Blige and Alica Keys are there(And to a lesser extent N'sync, Britney, Destiny's Child, Gwen Stefani, and the hundred other people). What I don't get is why Ja Rule and Nelly are there.
Did the people who organized this tribute even take a look at the lyrics?
Coldplay and Richard Ashcroft : Bittersweet Symphony
The late great Warren Zevon singing his beautiful Mohammed's Radio in 1976, with Jackson Browne on guitar and backing vocals.
Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie on the Dissonance tour performing: Hurt, Hallo Spaceboy, Subterraneans, Reptile 1 and Reptile 2.
And the commercial fruit from their touring together, I'm afraid of Americans.
Dylan and Simon do Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Walk the Line/Blue Moon of Kentucky
That Dylan/Somon clip is great Rogue - here they are again singing "Sound of Silence"
Eye & Zorn
Not all that unexpected I guess, but definitely stimulating.
Springsteen and a devestating I Walk the Line the day after Johnny's death.
And so's this;
Michael Winslow covering Led Zep's Immigrant Song (both the Plant vocals and much of the Page guitar)
I must say, that Sounds of Silence was outstanding. Perhaps better than the original and I do not say that lightly. That harmonica solo was pure grief distilled to sound. Great find.
Looked to me like Bob was struggling with the words and following Paul's lead the whole way.
Keith Richards, Kid Rock, Mary J Blige, Kelly Jones, Jon Bon Jovi, Kelle Bryan, Jay Kay, Ozzy Osbourne, Womack & Womack, Lionel Richie, Bonnie Raitt, Dolores O'Riordan, James Brown, Spice Girls, Mick Jagger, Robin Williams, Jackson Browne, Iggy Pop, Chrissie Hynde, Skin, Annie Lennox, Mark Owen, Huey of FLC, Dina Carrol, Gavin Rossdale, BB King, Joe Cocker, The Corrs, Steve Craddock, Simon Fowler, Ronan Keating, Ray Baretto, Herbie Hancock, Francis Rossi & Rick Parfitt, S Club 7, Eric Idle...
It's Only Rock and Roll
(Charity single for Kid's Cancer research)
Incubus covering Hungry Like A Wolf
Some odd remake / remix (with the man himself in the video...)
Rikki & Daz feat. Glen Campbell - Rhinestone Cowboy