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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by CalicoSkies, Dec 5, 2017.
AGREED! Hatchet has the quintessential version of this one...IMO.
I'll also nominate Stevie Ray's Hendrix covers as equal to the originals.
I like Hendrix and Johnny Winter's version of Johnny B Goode better than the Chuck Berry original.
Watchtower has already been mentioned, but Johnny Winter did a great cover of Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited.
Van Halen made You Really Got Me their own, but I still love the Kinks version too. I think that's the first punk rock song.
When the Kinks did this:
To their own original:
they improved it greatly.
I completely forgot about that one...VH for me!
reminded me of this one.
My favorite version
The first version I remember
The original (?)
Oh and while I'm at it.
No need for the original
Manfred Mann as opposed to Bruce.
Stone Sour, Heading Out to the Highway. A hundred times better than Judas Priest, the original.
This is a nice version of a very well known song . . . .
Most covers by The Beatles.
I'm not sure if they killed the vibe, or simply made it safe to listen to while driving at night....
State Trooper: "Obviously, the driver fell dead asleep at the wheel...we found a Moody Blues cassette tape in the player..."
Coroner: "Case closed!"
50x better than the original.
RIP mr. Zevon
I like the Jimi version better from EL
Two covers by Nazareth