This song made famous by a Portland Oregon garage band named “The Kingsmen” has been covered by more groups than I can count. Here is Tom Petty singing about a lonely sailor wanting to get back to his love.
John Newman’s one hit wonder has been running through my head for a week because of a TV show I watch. And I found this cover of it. Now besides the fact that you are seeing a group of very talented young ladies let me point out the variety of different instruments. In particular I haven’t seen a sitar used in a rock song since George Harrison did it when he was in the Beatles.
Been reading not listening to music and the stuff I have happened to hear didn’t stay with me so no Earworm Wednesday.
Yes it is that time once again where you try to navigate those obscure rules known as the tax codes. So with that I give you Joe Bonamassa singing a Beatle classic.
Today is not a cover song. Rather I am indulging in my dark desire for harder rock in the metal genre. And so here is Dream Theater suggested to me by one of the readers of my blog. So thank you Wes much appreciated.
A late entry for Earworm Wednesday but I think that you will enjoy this classic by Peter Gabriel done by The Quartet.
So this goes out to those hurting people and the friends who help.
Lately I have been hearing David Gray everywhere. And in particular this song. So it seemed obvious that this Earworm Wednesday’s cover would be this:
Here is the lovely and talented Diana Krall covering a Billy Joel classic. Enjoy.
All I have is a vague Sawyer Brown jumble moving between my ears so no Earworm Wednesday today.