Dec 4, 2023
A brilliant but deeply troubled band, a band whose fame almost matches their egos, and an under appreciated band that knew exactly how to get the most out of their music. Wild Horses, originally by The Flying Burrito Brothers, covered by The Rolling Stones (yes, really, we explain it), and by The Sundays.
Nov 27, 2023
A classic song by a band that filled their musical space better than anyone, and a surprising duet that’s a complete departure, that’s still utterly faithful to the original. Have You Ever Seen The Rain, originally by Creedence Clearwater Revival, covered by Willie Nelson featuring Paula Nelson.
Outro music is It...
Nov 20, 2023
One of the most innovative and iconic bands really gets the ball rolling - and leans hard on some under appreciated bandmates. And the kings of New Wave work some black magic on it. Psycho Killer, originally by Talking Heads, covered by Duran Duran featuring Victoria De Angelis.
In honor of David Byrne’s French...
Nov 13, 2023
A brilliant reaches huge success thanks to a combination of musical ability and absurdly savvy marketing, covered by an artist who does her thing as well as anyone. Crazy, originally by Gnarls Barkley, covered by Shawn Colvin.
Outro is Gone Daddy Gone, also by Gnarls Barkley.
Nov 6, 2023
A remarkable amount of synthesizer and vocal genius this week as we tackle a song made and covered by pioneering artists who brought an uncommon level of sophistication to their work. Steppin’ Out, originally by Joe Jackson, covered by Trevor Horn featuring Seal.
Outro music is Kiss From A Rose, also by Seal, and...