9 posts tagged with cover and melodica.
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Your Racist Friend (Y Tori Kant Even)
It's past due for the 25th anniversary of Flood, but here's a cover of They Might Be Giant's Your Racist Friend done roughly in the style of Tori Amos. [more inside]
Chin Up, Cheer Up
This is a cover of a Ryan Adams song off his album Demolition. Unashamedly cheerful and bouncy, even if I have no idea what it's actually about. Video is here. [more inside]
Is It True?
I'm not ashamed to admit that I love the Eurovision Song Contest. So here's a cover of Iceland's entry from the 2009 Contest, originally sung by the very lovely Yohanna. Video version (of my cover, not the original) is here. [more inside]
Rock The Casbah
What with revolutions going on in the Middle East, this seems like a particularly appropriate song right now. It's a cover of the Clash's fantastic original, although I have to say I'm not sure Joe Strummer would recognise it as being anything close to his creation. Video version is here. [more inside]
Wicked Little Town (cover)
One of my favorite tunes from Hedwig and the Angry Inch, given the super lofi iPhone Fourtrack treatment. Guitar, melodica, piano, drums. [more inside]
Extremely spartan recording, for me. Vox, piano, a simple vox harmony, and a melodica solo. [more inside]
We Close Our Eyes
This is as personal as I get when not improvising. [more inside]
Kate Nash cover, for all of them fine, fine ladies out there. [more inside]
I Am John
Say gnfti, how's your falsetto doing? Why, I'm glad you ask! Here's a Loney, dear cover.