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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by One String Sam, Mar 22, 2020.
I very rarely enjoy a cover more than the original but there are exceptions such as this one.
Heres one that's too close to call. I love both.
Edit, you learn something new every day, this was prior to the Monkees version
I just found this one tonight.
We all know (and probably love) this one.
This is unexpected genius. Remarkably discovered decades later in a Canadian discount record crate...was re-released and became an underground hit.
Kind of a parody I suppose ...
Incredibly Talented Indian Musicians on a Roof. I like that as the name of the band better than Beard of Harmony featuring Yann Phaphet. Maybe just The Roofies.
Too many too list. But if I may,
One of my favorite records, ever. Besides Yes Fragile.
Black Sabbath Sabatoge.
The brass played in front tuba is a proper concert tuba, they are not out of date, they are in legitimate concert bands and orchestra's all over the world. The 'over the shoulder tuba' is not a tuba at all. It is a Sousaphone, a la John Phillip Sousa. The Sousaphone was invented for use in marching bands, as a brass concert tuba is far too heavy for extended marching, (and dent badly when dropped). The originals were brass, like a tuba and rather heavy. Now they are generally made of fiberglass.
I'm being good and in keeping with the generally positive climate of this forum, so I am refraining from comment on these 'songs'.
I'm sorry, but I love this....