Re: [acid-jazz] Looking For Cover Tunes

From: Erik Gaderlund (
Date: 2003-03-06 01:11:20

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    At 16:27 -0800 03/03/03, Velanche Stewart wrote:
    >I've been given a challenge this week, and I'm going to see if I can
    >pull this one off.
    >I'm trying to compile of list of cover versions of tunes as redone by
    >the artists that we are most fond of--both recent and not-so-recent. I'm
    >going home tonight to dig through my music collection, but if you have
    >any info that you'd like to send to me then please do so privately.

    What about the 'cover bands', the two that come to mind are t.j. kirk
    that did Thelonius monk, James brown, and rassaan roland KIRK, one of
    the tightest bands I ever saw. Another Bay Area band is Oranj
    Symphonette that did an album of all Mancini tunes, very cool.
    Charlie Hunter Duo/Trio/Quartet/Quintet etc. did 'Come As You Are'
    the Nirvana tune in a 6/8 groove, and 'Tennessee Waltz', 'Fables of

    erik g