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Songs You Never Get Tired Of Hearing No Matter The Artists

Posted on 1/30/24 at 7:29 am
Posted by Mizz-SEC
Inbred Huntin' In The SEC
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Posted on 1/30/24 at 7:29 am

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Gary Clark Jr, Joe Walsh & Dave Grohl

No matter the artists each playing always sounds vibrant and fresh.

This post was edited on 1/30/24 at 7:32 am
Posted by Northshore Aggie
Mandeville, LA
Member since Sep 2022
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Posted on 1/30/24 at 7:31 am to

Sorry not sorry
Posted by Jumpinjack
Member since Oct 2021
6485 posts
Posted on 1/30/24 at 7:51 am to
Wild Horses
Have You Ever Seen the Rain
Posted by Bayou
Member since Feb 2005
36719 posts
Posted on 1/30/24 at 8:38 am to
You're no good

Linda Ronstadt/Van Halen

You really got me

The Kinks/Van Halen
This post was edited on 1/30/24 at 8:40 am
Posted by Midget Death Squad
Meme Magic
Member since Oct 2008
24444 posts
Posted on 1/30/24 at 12:07 pm to
I Put a Spell on You

This song is often covered, and it seems every time it is incredible.
Posted by TejasHorn
High Plains Driftin'
Member since Mar 2007
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Posted on 1/30/24 at 12:31 pm to

Cause frozen cocktails, boiled shrimp and being a beach bum always sounds appealing.
Posted by Rockbrc
Member since Nov 2015
7890 posts
Posted on 1/30/24 at 3:30 pm to
Hey Joe
If I Were A Carpenter
Posted by Gaggle
Member since Oct 2021
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 3:17 am to

once I heard Charley Pride's live version I was done
Posted by Honest Tune
Member since Dec 2011
15445 posts
Posted on 1/31/24 at 6:06 am to
Dancing in the Streets. The Martha Reeves original to the grooviest Dead rendition…and all in between… this song just puts me in a good mood.
Posted by tarzana
TX Hwy 6--Brazos River Backwater
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 6:44 am to
Baby Face-- Travis Kelce & Taylor Swift
Posted by AlxTgr
Kyre Banorg
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 9:46 am to
Cruel To Be Kind
Posted by monsterballads
Make LSU Great Again
Member since Jun 2013
29256 posts
Posted on 1/31/24 at 10:20 am to

I Put a Spell on You

best version IMO is Screamin' Jay" Hawkins, the original. it's frantic, it's over the top and a little crazy. especially for 1956.

Hawkins had originally intended to record "I Put a Spell on You" as "a refined love song, a blues ballad".


However, the producer Arnold Maxin "brought in ribs and chicken and got everybody drunk, and we came out with this weird version ... I don't even remember making the record. Before, I was just a normal blues singer. I was just Jay Hawkins. It all sort of just fell in place. I found out I could do more destroying a song and screaming it to death


this version was banned from most radio programming for its outrageous "cannibalistic" style. A truncated version was later released omitting the grunts and moans from the ending of the song, but the ban generally remained

Posted by bearhc
Member since Sep 2009
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 5:04 pm to
Friday on my Mind
Posted by msudawg1200
Central Mississippi
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 9:17 pm to
Unchained Melody
- Righteous Brothers
-Joe Stampley
-Ronnie McDowell
Many others
Posted by Saint Alfonzo
Member since Jan 2019
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Posted on 1/31/24 at 10:02 pm to
In the Air Tonight
Posted by Flair Chops
to the west, my soul is bound
Member since Nov 2010
35568 posts
Posted on 1/31/24 at 10:10 pm to
I can't make you love me
Girl from the north country
Posted by Crow Pie
Neuro ICU - Tulane Med Center
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25286 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 7:10 am to
Jack Straw
Eyes of the World
The Music Never Stopped
Posted by auggie
Opelika, Alabama
Member since Aug 2013
27651 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 10:53 am to


It's a great song with an awesome story and just as great a story about the writing of it.

Hank started writing it when he was in jail at Our Town, Alabama, which is the next little town over from Kowaliga, Alabama.
Hank was already a big star, but he tended to be a pain in the arse locally. He had a place on Lake Martin and spent a lot of time around here.
The wooden Indian was for real, but the original was stolen after the song was a hit.
Fred Rose changed the name of the song to Kaw Liga for whatever reason.
All of this happened about 5 miles from where I am right now.
There is a replacement Indian at the restaurant at the marina, but I've heard rumors about where the original may be.
If they are true, I hope that Indian ends up in the Smithsonian one day.
This post was edited on 2/1/24 at 12:15 pm
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