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Bag O' Shite was his folk interpretation. Saw him doing it at the Cumberland Arms in Byker. Made my Waggle Dance go flat...
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p.s. Latteman - I'm with you. Brilliant song and Cher shouldn't have been allowed anywhere near it.
Speakers - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
Cables - NVA LS1+LS3, SSC, Gotham S/PDIF, IBRA Optical
Digital - NAD C516BEE, SONY ST-SDB900 DAB TUNER, TEAC UD-H01 DAC
Analogue - Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit SB, Graham Slee Gram Amp 2 Phono
Cans - Grado SR80, ATH-M50X
Album - Belly of the Sun - Artist - Cassandra Wilson - Song - Witchita Lineman
This is in my view a real cover in that it is a very different version to the original but stands up on its own merit.
Worthy mention which would be my second choice
Album - The Church with one Bell - Artist John Martyn - Song - Glory Box
John at his achingly beautiful best guitar ppalying is perfect and that slow dark slur just delivers.
A bit of fun, but..
This is seriously great.
Headphone system Bushmaster II, Capella amp, Pi 3B+ with Hifiberry Digi+ Pro & Nighthawk cans.