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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    This one equalled the original, which is a really high bar.

    My favorite "Chicago" song by far.

    It has been a long time since I heard this and have forgotten how good it is. Add a cup of coffee and a nice way to get the day kicked off.

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    Who better to cover Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone"? And best wishes to 75 year old Mick Jagger who just had heart valve replacement surgery in New York last week. He still has more touring to do.


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    Corey Hart, Kim Richardson, and Jonathan Roy - "One" (live acoustic rehearsal)


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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    Corey Hart, Kim Richardson, and Jonathan Roy - "One" (live acoustic rehearsal)

    This is not the ONE I expected.

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    I thought it was going to be a cover of the Harry Nilsson written for Three Dog Night One.

    I looked to see covers of that One. Wow, I didn't really like any of them including Harry's. Kind of disappointing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    This is not the ONE I expected.
    well it was the One I expected but after reading your comment I was hoping it was Metallica's One

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    Notice the extra singers needed to recreate the Beach Boys studio vocal layering.


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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    Back in college two roommates were debating on the best version of John Sloop B. They asked me for my opinion.

    One was of course the Beach Boys version the other performed by a rock band on an album. I cannot remember who it was. I did a pretty extensive google search and came up with zero. I thought it was somebody like Traffic...nope not Traffic.

    The rock band did not have a hit with it, it was album filler. While I picked the Beach Boys version of it, I did like the other one. I was hoping to hear it again to see if it stood up. If it did I was going to post it here.

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