Weird cover versions of well known songs.

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Not too weird, as I quite like this...a 'Jazz' version of Meghan Trainor's 'All About The Bass'..(It's had over 47 Million views)



You should look up Scott Bradlee's Post Modern Jukebox.

The video above looks like one they did.

Also another name that does sometimes appear with pmj is Mary Spender.

All very talented artists in my opinion.
 

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Also another name that does sometimes appear with pmj is Mary Spender.

I support Mary through Patreon, she's a very talented young lady....
 

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Steve Hackett the only original in this.

 

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Nephew - sent my this one last night . Don,t know that it qualify s as a well known song .. but i,m sure a few folks on here know the tune ... Made me smile :cool:

 

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Stardate sometime in 1978. A young Suzi Quatro and the rather more wrinkly Chris Norman have a reasonable hit with Stumblin' In

Over the years its been cobvered by numerous times. Ive found these so far :-rofl2

Dutch....

Finnish

Czech


And if you think those are bad

try the Hungarian version

Norwegian.....

or Swedish!
Springa omkring (Stumblin' In)
 

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Stardate long long ago in a lifetime far far away.

Ahem. Ok its 1978 and the Patti Smith Group is in the charts with Because The Night. Nice catchy rock song. 1986 Ron Keel comes along and well.....


I guess its ok.
 

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A Game Of Thrones version of Billy Joel We cant Start The Fire :D

 

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Lets go back to 1978 (quiet at the back whoever said "I wasnt even born then granddad")

10CC are in the charts with Dreadlock Holiday. 16 years later its covered in Dutch by De Strangers



And as usual the Finnish version is just weird - Vilperin Perikunta


(go on give it a listen - its only got 184 views on YT!)
 

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Have we had Swiss rockers Krokus doing a cover yet?? Ive lost track of whose on the list so heres Krokus doing House Of The Rising Sun


 

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Just listened to Kashmir on Absolute Classic Rock which prompted me to have a rummage on YouTube.


Oh dear. Just the once.
 

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Just listened to Kashmir on Absolute Classic Rock which prompted me to have a rummage on YouTube.


Oh dear. Just the once.


Raise you, apparently this 'woman' has been pushing the music industry for some air time, again.


Please, not even the once.
 

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That is truly execrable. Fortunately aural balm is being dispensed by my radio as I type with Good Times, Bad Times by Led Zep playing. All the way from the first album in 1969. Fifty years ago!
 
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