Editorial

Best Cover Songs of 2014

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While there were plenty of promising original songs released in 2014, there were also plenty of promising cover tunes. Rearranged or faithful, a strong cover can showcase a band or artist’s talents as much as an original composition. Here are 10 of the Best Cover Songs from 2014:

Elephant Stone – “Into the Great Wide Open” [originally by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers]
Brownout – “Hand of Doom” [originally by Black Sabbath]
Fuzz – “Till the End of the Day” [ originally by the Kinks]
the Dandy Warhols – “Oh Lord” (Live at Austin Psych Fest) [originally by the Brian Jonestown Massacre]
the Flaming Lips & Miley Cyrus – “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” [originally by the Beatles]
the Pizza Underground – “Pizza Music” (medley) – [originally by the Velvet Underground]
Gord Downie & the Sadies – “If You Have Ghosts” (live) [originally by Roky Erickson & the Aliens]
Neil Young – “If You Could Read My Mind” – [Originally by Gordon Lightfoot]
Camera – “People Are Strange” [originally by the Doors]
the Brian Jonestown Massacre – “Dust” [originally by the 13th Floor Elevators]

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