Inside Rock

You Can Judge a Song by its Cover

January 28, 2021 JabberGuys Season 1 Episode 9
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You Can Judge a Song by its Cover
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Inside Rock
You Can Judge a Song by its Cover
Jan 28, 2021 Season 1 Episode 9
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On this episode of INSIDE ROCK, the JabberGuys welcome Giz back to the show to talk about cover songs.  Some of the original artists for well-known covers may surprise you.  

 The Guess Who: American Woman (Lenny KravitzKrokus)

Springsteen:
Because the Night (Patti Smith)
Blinded by the Light (Manfred Mann)

Louie Louie (The Kingsmen)

Dylan: Along the Watchtower (Hendrix)

Richard Harris: MacArthur Park (Donna Summer)

Kristofferson:
Me and Bobby McGee (Joplin)
Sunday Morning Coming Down (Cash)

Prince: Nothing Compares 2 U  (Sinead O’Connor)

Over the Rainbow / Beautiful World (Israel Kamakawiwo’ole)

Carl Perkins: Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis)
Mark James: Suspicious Minds (Elvis)

Ninja Sex Party (a Giz favourite)

CCR: Proud Mary (Ike and Tina Turner)

CCR never recorded a number one hit

Where did all the milk crates go?   The design changed so the albums wouldn’t fit.

Jake Holmes: Dazed and Confused (Led Zeppelin)

Otis Redding: RESPECT (Aretha Franklin)

Memphis Minnie: When the Levee Breaks (Zeppelin)

Robert Hazard: Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)

Isley Bros: Twist and Shout (Beatles)

Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley, KD Lang @ the Olympics)

Tainted Love (Soft cell  -  written by Gloria Jones)

Nine Inch Nails: Hurt (Johnny Cash)

Stevie Wonder: Higher Ground (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Joe Cocker at Woodstock - With a Little Help from my Friends

The Arrows: I Love Rock and Roll (Joan Jet)

Mississippi Queen originally by Mountain: (Ozzy Osbourne)

Joe Walsh: Rocky Mountain Way (Triumph)

Giz shares a story about Garth Brooks

Walk This Way (Run DMC - Aerosmith)

Foo Fighters - Christopher Walken

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Show Notes

On this episode of INSIDE ROCK, the JabberGuys welcome Giz back to the show to talk about cover songs.  Some of the original artists for well-known covers may surprise you.  

 The Guess Who: American Woman (Lenny KravitzKrokus)

Springsteen:
Because the Night (Patti Smith)
Blinded by the Light (Manfred Mann)

Louie Louie (The Kingsmen)

Dylan: Along the Watchtower (Hendrix)

Richard Harris: MacArthur Park (Donna Summer)

Kristofferson:
Me and Bobby McGee (Joplin)
Sunday Morning Coming Down (Cash)

Prince: Nothing Compares 2 U  (Sinead O’Connor)

Over the Rainbow / Beautiful World (Israel Kamakawiwo’ole)

Carl Perkins: Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis)
Mark James: Suspicious Minds (Elvis)

Ninja Sex Party (a Giz favourite)

CCR: Proud Mary (Ike and Tina Turner)

CCR never recorded a number one hit

Where did all the milk crates go?   The design changed so the albums wouldn’t fit.

Jake Holmes: Dazed and Confused (Led Zeppelin)

Otis Redding: RESPECT (Aretha Franklin)

Memphis Minnie: When the Levee Breaks (Zeppelin)

Robert Hazard: Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)

Isley Bros: Twist and Shout (Beatles)

Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley, KD Lang @ the Olympics)

Tainted Love (Soft cell  -  written by Gloria Jones)

Nine Inch Nails: Hurt (Johnny Cash)

Stevie Wonder: Higher Ground (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Joe Cocker at Woodstock - With a Little Help from my Friends

The Arrows: I Love Rock and Roll (Joan Jet)

Mississippi Queen originally by Mountain: (Ozzy Osbourne)

Joe Walsh: Rocky Mountain Way (Triumph)

Giz shares a story about Garth Brooks

Walk This Way (Run DMC - Aerosmith)

Foo Fighters - Christopher Walken

Visit www.jabberguys.com to subscribe to our podcasts and for trivia based on each episode.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.



50 Years of the Rolling Stone
The magazine’s rise to prominence as the voice of rock n roll and leading showcase for photography.

Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)