A late entry for Earworm Wednesday but I think that you will enjoy this classic by Peter Gabriel done by The Quartet.
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.
So I was on Twitter when someone asked what were my top five 80’s songs and Let’s Dance by David Bowie was on that list. So guess what has been running through my head today? So here’s Walk the Moon.
So a person who follows me on Twitter, Sunday Nutter, was kind enough to point me to another electric bluesman. So enjoy Aynsley Lister covering that Prince classic Purple Rain.
So I was listening to the Andrew Klavan (no ‘e’) podcast when under stuff he likes comes this song that I can’t get out of my head. So yes I was earwormed. So I went looking for this artist and well the result is this Wednesday’s earworm.
So here is Lianne La Havas covering a classic by Aretha Franklin.
Ah Nickelback, one of those guilty pleasures like that hidden tub of Hagen Das that you think your wife doesn’t know about. You know you shouldn’t but there’s just no better snack at midnight. So here’s Anthem Lights medley of Nickelback’s hits.
So I have been listening to classic R&B this week as I bemoan the state of contemporary music and decided to find a good cover of Otis Redding. And this isn’t too bad.
The late Chris Cornell takes this classic from Michael Jackson strips it down and gives it a very raw visceral sound.
Yes once again we have the Postmodern Jukebox off their album Fake Blues. Frank X. Turk pointed me to this cover and I am glad he did.