Cover Bands in The UK
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You can expect a The UK area cover band to have a wide repertoire: e.g.
Don't Look Back in Anger - Oasis Get It On – T RexGimme Gimme Good Lovin' – Crazy ElephantGreat Balls of Fire – Jerry Lee LewisGroovy Kinda Love – Mindbenders/Phil Collins
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Robert Wyatt I Shleep
What is Wyatt's secret? Wyatt's contemporary Roger Waters produced a concept album about one man's night of dreams; Wyatt commented that his lyrics "mostly struggled onto paper from endless weeks of fevered insomnia, which left me with an almost insatiable craving for the abyssal ooze of deep, deep sleep." Free Will And Testament," 'Maryan," and "Heaps Of Shleeps" are classic Wyatt: adorable tunes, singing that is both cosily familiar and somehow slightly alienating; words that, likewise, evoke the very ordinary and the somehow unnervingly harrowing at the same time. Cover band favourites.
The Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole (,997)
Every Saturday, the club shook to acid house, electro, techno, hip hop, and more from the likes of Jon Carter, Richard Fearless, Dave Clarke, and Andrew Weatherall. The night's star attraction, however, was Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons-The Chemical Brothers.
Cover bands like the "Setting Sun" is all buzzsaw shrieks, Noel Gallagher's distorted drawl, and Beatles beat (wits dubbed it "Tomorrow Never Noels");"Lost In The K-Hole," a wonky slab of horse tranquilizer dementia. "The Private Psychedelic Reel" is a jaw-dropping psychedelic techno epic,a surging series of peaks and troughs.
Missy Misdemeanor Elliott - Supa Dupa
Missy Elliott is almost unquestionably the most important female hip-hop artist of the last 25 years and loved by cover bands. After writing a number of hits for ill-fated R&B star Aaliyah (who guests here), Elliott roped in long-time collaborator Timbaland to work on Supa Dupa Fly. "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly),"the biggest hit featured here (aided by heavy MTV rotation of Hype Williams' accompanying video), demonstrates precisely why Timbaland's contributions are so crucial. Pass Da Blunt" rescues The Mighty Diamonds' "Pass The Kutchie" back from Musical Youth's fauxinnocent interpretation and revives it as a stoner anthem.
Finley Quaye - Maverick A Strike
Maverick A Strike provided the soundtrack to the summer of 1997, earned Finley Quaye comparisons to Bob Marley,and went on to be certified triple platinum, going TopThree in the UK.
In the sleeve notes he name checks everyone from Rolf Harris and naturalist David Attenborough through botanist David Bellamy and astronomer Patrick Moore to Haile Selassie and Hibernian Football Club. The first single, "Sunday Shining," is an effervescent reworking of Bob Marley's "Sun Is Shining" complete with slide guitar and funky horns can be done by some cover bands. "Your Love Gets Sweeter" provides a rootsy message of pure love.