Tune your ears to another extra-special episode of Fire and Water Records! In part 2 of a super-smash crossover event with Pop Culture Affidavit, the brothers Ryan and Neil Daly welcome guest host Tom Panarese to continue their already-three-hours-long discussion on favorite cover songs for another equally-long-conversation (seriously, what the hell is wrong with these guys?!!). What makes a great cover song? What's the point of covering somebody else's music? Do women sing Tom Waits songs better than he does? Do punk bands play Bob Dylan songs better than he does? Why does Panarese hate his sister? What genre does Neil like more than rock 'n roll? What song makes Ryan think about dying, but like, y'know, in a good way, maybe?
All these questions, and many more than you want to know, will be answered on this episode of Fire and Water Records!
- "Hey Jude" (The Beatles) covered by Wilson Pickett
- "La Bamba" (Traditional/Ritchie Valens) covered by Los Lobos
- "Desolation Row" (Bob Dylan) covered by My Chemical Romance
- "Got to Get a Message to You" (The Bee Gees) covered by Swamp Dogg
- "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City" (Bruce Springsteen) covered by David Bowie
- "Higher Ground" (Stevie Wonder) covered by Red Hot Chili Peppers
- "Both Sides Now" (Joni Mitchell) covered by Neil Daly
- "Get Down, Make Love" (Queen) covered by Nine Inch Nails
- "Landslide" (Fleetwood Mac) covered by Smashing Pumpkins
- "Drive" (The Cars) covered by Britta Phillips
- "Ol' 55" (Tom Waits) covered by Sarah McLachlan
- "Love is All Around" (Sonny Curtis/"The Mary Tyler Moore Show") covered by Joan Jett
- "Stand By Me" (Ben E. King) covered by Playing For Change
- "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" (R.E.M.) covered by Great Big Sea
- "Walk This Way" (Aerosmith) covered by Run D.M.C.
Additional songs: "I Will Always Love You" performed by Whitney Houston; "I'm a Believer" performed by The Monkees; "Bring it On Home to Me" performed by The Animals; "Respect" performed by Aretha Franklin; "Losing My Religion" performed by Ryan Starr; "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" performed by Guns 'n Roses; "Over the Rainbow" performed by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole; "Hazy Shade of Winter" performed by The Bangles; "Whole Lotta Love" performed by The Hollywood Vampires; "Gin and Juice" performed by The Gourds; "I Fought the Law" performed by The Clash; "All I Wanna Do (Is Make Love to You)" performed by Halestorm; "You Should Be Dancing" performed by Foo Fighters; "Gold Dust Woman" performed by Hole; "What I Like About You" performed by Poison; "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" performed by Them; "Romeo & Juliet" performed by The Indigo Girls; "Boys of Summer" performed by The Ataris; "Come On, Eileen" performed by Save Ferris; "You Really Got Me" performed by Van Halen; "I Think We're Alone Now" performed by Tiffany,
To hear part 1 of our discussion on Pop Culture Affidavit, click here.
Check out Neil's now-classic take on "Both Sides Now" right here.
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