Hudson Hawk1

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Member Since: 2/9/2001
Total Mixes: 2
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Other Mixes By Hudson Hawk1

Cover to cover

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Aimee Mann  One  buy on itunes
The Band  Mystery Train  buy on itunes
Dave Matthews Band  Long, Black Veil  buy on itunes
Joan Osborne  His Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles  buy on itunes
The Lemonheads  My Hero, Zero  buy on itunes
The Smithereens  The Stroll  buy on itunes
Al Green & Lyle Lovett  Funny How Time Slips Away  buy on itunes
John Hiatt  Angel Eyes  buy on itunes
Tori Amos  Angie  buy on itunes
Peter Gabriel  Suzanne  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
Joni Mitchell  Big Yellow Taxi  buy on itunes
B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, et al  Tick Tock  buy on itunes
Stevie Ray Vaughn  Little Wing  buy on itunes
The Committments  Take Me to the River  buy on itunes
The Mavericks  All That Heaven Would Allow  buy on itunes
Brian Setzer and Gwen Stefani  You're the Boss  buy on itunes
Travis Tritt and Patti LaBelle  When Something is Wrong with My Baby  buy on itunes
The Blues Brothers Band  Green Onions  buy on itunes
Martin Gore  Coming Back to You  buy on itunes
Joan Osborne  To Make You Feel My Love  buy on itunes

Comment:

A variety of cover tunes, mostly faithful, a few revisionists. The Joni Mitchell is a remix with a hip-hop beat that drastically changes the tune while the Hiatt is a live version of a song best known in the version Jeff Healy did. Might be a stretch to include them, but I did anyway. Made for my friend Holly, queen of the mix tape.

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Steiney_77
Date: 2/9/2001
Good tape, but I thought that the Joni Mitchell and John Hiatt versions of their respective songs were the originals...I could be wrong
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Blackadder
Date: 2/9/2001
Yah, "Big Yellow Taxi" is a Joni Mitchell song but as she said it was a remix. So, not exactly a cover.
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jkj
Date: 2/10/2001
you could put the bob dylan version of Big Yellow Taxi -- truly frightening and bizarre

BTW, there is a "cover" category...
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John G
Date: 3/5/2002
The Blues Brothers Band is essentially Booker T & The MG's anyway, with Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn, and the rest of the Stax Records house band floating around. Still a great mix, tho.

I suggest Johnny Cash's version of One. It's a different feel.

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