Posts Tagged ‘music’

Worse Things

October 10, 2021

“Worse Things,” recorded by The Incredible Casuals, 2005.

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Somebody Please

October 10, 2021

“Somebody Please,” written by James Davis and Paul Irvin, recorded by Billy Keene, 1969.

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Let’s Get Together

October 10, 2021

“Let’s Get Together,” written by Chet Powers, recorded by Paul Brady, 1999. The song was a hit for the Youngloods in 1967.

Paul Brady website

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Touch the Hem of His Garment

October 10, 2021

“Touch the Hem of His Garment,” written by Sam Cooke, recorded by Merry Clayton, 2021.

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Little Bit of Rain

October 9, 2021

“Little Bit of Rain,” written by Fred Neil, recorded by Natalia M. King, 2016.

Natalia M. King website

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College Girls

October 9, 2021

“College Girls,” written by Terry Anderson, recorded by The Incredible Casuals, 1995.

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I Got You Babe

October 9, 2021

“I Got You Babe,” written by Sonny Bono, performed by UB40 with Chrissie Hynde 1985. This reggae interpretation of the 1965 Sonny & Cher original was a UK number one hit.

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The Weekend’s Here

October 9, 2021

“The Weekend’s Here,” written by David Mushinsky and Thom Bell, recorded by Chubby Chrecker, 1964.

Chubby Checker website

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Little Bit Of Rain

October 3, 2021

“Little Bit Of Rain,” written by Fred Neil, recorded by Karen Dalton, 1969.

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How Many Tears

October 3, 2021

“How Many Tears,” written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, interpreted by Billy Harvey, 2020. Quite unlike the original 1961 Bobby Vee version, happily.

Billy Harvey website

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