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The Muppets' version of "Bohemian Rhapsody"

 

Because we could all use a laugh these days.

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Speaking of great Three Dog Night covers, how about:"Eli's Coming",

their cover of Laura Nyro's great song. Absolutely great version. 

Vocals on that cut jump off the record.

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Since we're on the subject of "Little Wing," here's Sting's version; and his bluesy "Wind Cries Mary" duet; and his rockin' version of "Purple Haze"

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This may have been 'covered' here already, but I went 1/2 way and didn't find it, so....

 

The Jimi Hendrix song Little Wing. 

 

Epically and majestically covered by Eric Clapton and [mostly] Duane Allman as Dominos,

came out a totally different song, raising it to the level of an anthem.

 

There's a youtube from back then, personally I like the studio version 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G5CJFrO2Oc

 

Covered as instrumental by Stevie Ray Vaughan, more true to original

Covered by Steve Vai, also more true to the original.

Covered by Pearl Jam straight up [called it Maggot Brain], mixed it into Yellow Ledbetter.

 

Others covered it as well. What other song was turned into 'a hit' by 4 of the greatest guitar players ever [ not to mention the vastly underrated Mike McCready ] ?

 

 

 

 

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Maxwell's version of Kate Bush's "This Woman's Work" has received a lot of applause

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Liar, 1970, originally done by Argent. 
Released the same year by Three Dog

Night. Never knew it was a cover. So

much prefer the Three Dog night version!

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 Lady Gaga singing a jazzy, big band version of Cher's "Bang Bang"

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Here's a powerful American Sign Language interpretation of Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel"

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Me and Bobby McGee--Janis Joplin

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