Posts Tagged ‘ cover ’


“Home is whereever I’m with you.”

Jorge Narvaez and his adorable daughter Alexa perform a cover of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros song, ‘Home’.

Song of the Week: 2009-48: The Sundays – Wild Horses (cover)

   PLAY –> The Sundays – Wild Horses (cover)

JueL and Jeni on youtube!

I found myself in a youtube video!   

Suzen JueL Resistance is performing at her place on Artropolis (SL) and I am in the crowd lazing around on her table. You can see me between 5:35 and 6:00

Song of the Week 2009-35: Metric – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right

 PLAY –> Metric – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (Bob Dylan cover)

Song of the Week 2009-13: Scala & Kolacny Brothers – You Oughta Know

  Scala & Kolacny Brothers: You Oughta Know (Cover)

CREEPY: Damien Rice – 9 Crimes (video)

This has got to be the creepiest video for a FOLK song I have ever seen. It scares the hell out of me but the same time it is fascinating. The video has been on my favourites list on youtube for months, but somehow I forgot to blog it…..

side note:  I wouldn’t even know Damien Rice existed if it wasn’t for Grace Buford and Each Passing Day, whom I am a big fan of and who have covered most of Damien’s songs.

Check out their covers on TheSixtyOne
Grace Buford – 9 Crimes     /   Each Passing Day – 9 Crimes

Feist – Lo, How A Rose E’re Blooming (German Christmas Carol – 16th century)

Es ist ein Ros’ enstprungen – Lo, How a Rose E’re Blooming

I learnt the German traditional song “Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen” when I sang in the church choir long time ago. Michael Prätorius composed it in the late 16th century. It is unknown who wrote the lyrics.

click image for large music sheet

I love Christmas Carols but I never loved this one…until yesterday, when I first listened to Leslie Feist’s version:

Her version’s just brilliant, very simple, clear, classy, and beautiful. The style slightly reminds me of “The Park”.