Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Jun 8, 2006.
The most bizarre cover of Comfortably Numb you will ever see.
I've always meant to get this DVD (The last Waltz). Seems like Clapton & Robertson are gonna record an album together next year too.
Anyway The Band & Eric Clapton - Further On Up The Road
The breaking guitar strap is a classic moment. I like the look on Robertson's face: "Oh well, improvised solo time."
Fantastic instrumental cover of While My Guitar Gently Weeps on ukelele, by Jake Shimabukuro.
And again, in concert this time.
Plus In My Life
I hadn't seen this video for Eric Clapton covering Stevie Wonder's "Ain't Gonna Stand For It" until now.
Covering James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight."
my favorite thing ever
I almost hate to follow deltron_zero's post. But. Here is the formidable Ted Leo taking on the evidently imitable Kelly Clarkson, with a smattering of Yeah Yeah Yeahs (the band, not the affirmation).
A rather emotional Buddy Guy giving a short speech and playing segments of Albert King, John Lee Hooker, and... Jimi Hendrix (with the wah-wah pedal).
neil young cover
Velvet Revolver - Psycho killer
Velvet Revolver - Wish You Were Here
In respect to Kevin whathisface from Quiet Riot who died today, here's Oasis covering the same song that made Quiet Riot famous, Slade's Cum On Feel The Noize.
Oh, and this is great. After Oasis ripped off The Coca-Cola advert I'd Like to teach the World to Sing in Shakermaker an Oasis tribute band scored a Top 40 UK hit with their version of I'd Like to Teach The World To Sing sung in the style of Oasis. LOL.
Humans are dead
As if William Shatner's rendition of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds wasn't bizarre enough in its own right, someone made a video
Great song, hilarious band, but I'm wondering how the unexpected duet or unexpected cover features in that clip?
Ring of Fire, Ray Charles
Cash and Dylan singing Hank Williams
^ They're likely ripped from the brilliant and recently released The Best of the Johnny Cash TV show.
Amazing guests, incredible music. Everyone should own this DVD.
The one with Dylan and Cash is from the "Eat The Document" documentary. Which also includes Dylan puking on John Lennons shoes.
That Johnny Cash show DVD is great. Make sure you pick up the double disc version.
Have to pick that up. My dad has The Johnny Cash Show LP, listened to it all the time as a kid. Prretty amazing stuff, sadly not out on cd.
Radiohead covers Carly Simon's Nobody Does It Better (The Spy Who Loved Me)
Since we're on the subject of the Johnny Cash Show:
Derek and the Dominoes, Carl Perkins & Johnny Cash-Matchbox
A week or so back Brian May & Roger Taylor joined the Foo Fighters at London's O2 arena for a spot of '39.
I still love how Cash is like twice Clapton's size.
Me either. I guess I didn't understand the premise of the thread.