Friday, July 06, 2007

Cover Of The Week: Uncle Tupelo does Creedence

This week's cover is a spot-on version of the Creedence Clearwater Revival track "Effigy", as performed by Uncle Tupelo. The version that I have was released on the fantastic No Alternative compilation in 1993. Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar sound great (as usual) singing the plethora of harmonies throughout the song, and, man, do they rock out on guitar at the end.
Uncle Tupelo - "Effigy"
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Previous Covers Of the Week:

M.A.C.C. - "Hey Baby (Land Of The New Rising Sun)"
Gov't Mule - "30 Days In The Hole"
Veruca Salt - "My Sharona"
Soundgarden - "Come Together"
Pearl Jam - "I've Got A Feeling"
Gomez - "Getting Better"
Muse - "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You"
Cast - "The Seeker"
Manic Street Preachers - "Been A Son"
Steve Earle - "Breed"
Sheryl Crow - "Keep On Growing"
Nine Inch Nails - "Dead Souls"
Kathleen Edwards - "A Face In The Crowd"
Catherine Wheel - "Spirit Of Radio"
Stanley Jordan - "Stairway To Heaven (live)"
Stereophonics - "Something In The Way"
Mark Kozelek - "If You Want Blood"
Blake Babies - "I Wanna Be Sedated"
Kristen Barry - "Don't Cry"
Buffalo Tom - "All Tomorrow's Parties"
RATM - "The Ghost Of Tom Joad"
Turin Brakes - "Breaking The Girl"
Brandi Carlile - "Hallelujah"
Screaming Trees - "Tomorrow's Dream"
The Black Crowes - "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35"

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