This Is How You Play A Cover Song

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 3 years ago in Entertainment

A flawless, note-for-note cover of ""Roundabout"" by Last Licks.
There are 14 comments:
Male 4,746
Not note for note and a few rough spots on the guitar but over all a great cover!
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Female 2,691
Ripped it, and shipped it. Oh yeah. Oh, and Gerry, you really-REALLY are not the boy to talk about the chicks.
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Male 7,031

Ollie, I agree. You really want to hear that trebly bass just slicing through the song.
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Male 15,832
[quote]gotta feature the bass on that song a lot more. SHOWCASE it even.[/quote]
Don`t get me wrong, the bass player was great, but for that song, you need a Rickenbacker bass with Rotosound strings, and you need to play it with a pick, not fingers.

Other than that minor complaint, that was totally f***ing awesome!
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Male 38,479

I love seen older guys rockin`. Old "chicks" dancing in the crowd not so much. It`s so emberassing when your mom throws her panties on the stage.
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Male 662
Kirby you 100% correct. I shake my head at my ignorance.
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Male 325
I played Fragile to death when I first bought it - couldn`t listen to the album for years! Good cover :-)
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Male 86
Neil Peart is in Rush, not Yes. Bill Bruford was Yes` drummer back then.
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Male 1,151
gotta feature the bass on that song a lot more. SHOWCASE it even.
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Male 7,031

drawman, there`s plenty more where that came from.
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Male 7,775
After the Inuit throat singing, Jake, I wondered where you were taking us today.
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Male 662
The drummer is ok, but he`s no Neil Peart.
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Male 416
Would not say flawless or note-for-note, but well played regardless.
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Male 7,031
Link: This Is How You Play A Cover Song [Rate Link] - A flawless, note-for-note cover of ``Roundabout`` by Last Licks.
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