Discussion in 'Music' started by Willie Oleson, Mar 19, 2017.
Well, it looks like it's country week at soapchat
Very nice. Sounds like a old-fashioned country song then you start catching words like "asshole" and "sushi". Lovely when it gets all instrumenty about three and a half minutes in.
I have that on CD and there's more cover versions on it then I thought, including a 21 minutes cover of Smokey Robinson's "Get Ready" (I'm on my way, but not really in a hurry to get there - or so it seems).
Should we call this funk-rock?
"Rare Earth - Motown's funkiest white band"
"Rare Earth’s music straddles genres and defies categorisation, slipping seamlessly between the two seemingly disparate worlds of classic rock and R&B. This careful balancing act is a rarity even now and was a near impossibility in the colour-segregated 60s when Rare Earth began their journey. Groundbreakers and pioneers, this post-racial band should have been the first of many. Instead, they remained one of a kind."
I didn't know they were so rare.
It's not easy to cover the Bee Gees but their version of Warm Ride is even better than the original.
I hadn't heard either version before but I think you might be right.
Gosh, it sounds so familiar. I'm going to find out what it is.
I never heard of the band "Rare Earth" but it's a great cover version, but i do like both versions to be honest.
I know Dance Little Cat, Little Bird, Little Sister, Little Lady but I didn't know Little Dreamer.
I love I AM A GIANT - I think it's Rag and Bone man.
Why does it end with bagpipe music?
Wife On Mars
Fab! Where did you find them?
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