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    Quote Originally Posted by zepfan59 View Post
    I have about 200 covers at my youtube channel Zepfan59. Lots of deep cuts. May not fit the theme here though.
    Are you kidding me? Gotta post Secret Agent Man.



    Anything from a 60's TV show has got to fit the theme.

    Incidentally, I liked your version of the old Springfield song, Rock and Roll Woman. Pretty decent Stills-like vocal and the background vocal stuff worked really well. And those harmonies aren't easy.

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    Here's and old B.B. King cover done by me and a drummer who playing music with me for years. He died of lung cancer unfortunately.
    R.I.P. Donny Peeples!

    Listen to why I sing the blues by jimistone #np on #SoundCloud
    I was country before they took the O out.

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    Pretty decent song! Although it might not meet the oddball criteria, unless you count the part about rats and bedbugs.

    I like the old school feel to this one. Simple, clean, and tastefully underproduced. Just like they did way back when.

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    OK. This next one is solid gold. Well, at least the original. Dean Martin on vocals, Ricky Nelson on guitar, and Walter Brennan on mouth harp. Are you f-ing kidding me! And then Duke even pops in with a swagger and a cup of joe. Solid gold I tell you!

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    Hard to believe that one brain could do this and Warm Leatherette. I blame the 1970's. I mean, seriously, you take an impressionable young man and make him listen to punk and country rock at the same time, what do you expect?

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    Green Day medley demo I did a few months ago, when I was auditioning for a Green Day Tribute band here in Chicago. Never really fully finished the mix I guess, but's decent enough. Boy was it fun to record though.

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    well, it's NOT oddball.

    just my version of an old classic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAmato View Post
    Green Day medley demo I did a few months ago, when I was auditioning for a Green Day Tribute band here in Chicago. Never really fully finished the mix I guess, but's decent enough. Boy was it fun to record though.

    Dropbox - GreenDayMix6Demo.wav
    Nice sounding stuff! I remember when Green Day didn't have enough songs to have a tribute band.
    Back in those days, it was always a question about were they really punk? Do we need more punk? Or is this the second wave of punk?

    Did you get into the band? You sound good. Of course, I assume that it was a three piece band. Pretty low odds when you are trying out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GONZO-X View Post
    well, it's NOT oddball.

    just my version of an old classic.



    Not odd but definitely cool. If you cover something well known, you can be a slave to detail or put your own stamp on things. Your stamp sounds great.

    It's funny. You sound like somebody and I can't quite place it. I want to say the Meat Puppets. But maybe I just like saying Meat Puppet.

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    Just in case anyone thought I was a closet cowboy, here's something a little different:

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