Monthly Archives: January 2015

Chet Faker covers Sonia Dada ‘(Lover) You Don’t Treat Me No Good’

Chet Faker covers Sonia Dada ‘(Lover) You Don’t Treat Me No Good’

This is a little unique for me. But Hey I’m doin my best to find stuff you ain’t seen yet baby ! I think this guy is pretty tight ! What do you think? Hey, enjoy! I think you will.

Published on Jul 3, 2014
Melbourne’s Chet Faker and his mates jammed into the Like A Version studio to unleash a choral cover of Sonia Dada’s 90’s jam, ‘(Lover) You Don’t Treat Me No Good.

John Butler Trio cover Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ for Like A Version

John Butler Trio cover Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ for Like A Version

There is a lot of talk up front in this video. But, I guarantee if you hold out till the singing and the playing starts even if your tired of the Pharrell Williams version of “Happy”, you’re gonna love this. The Aussies have some wicked great artists down under. After all, they sent us Keith Urban and he is a hellacious guitarists. In fact the first video I opened up this web site with was Keith and John Butler doing a duet on stage in a Australian venue. Look it up. I think it’s under country. John is great. More Assie sound on the way so stay tuned. Watch this and you’ll be Happy too !!

ERIC BIBB – TURNER STATION

ERIC BIBB – TURNER STATION

Great blues start with great blues players.

Eric Bibb is just that. I liked this venue best, up close and personal. His guitar style is impeccable. His total look bleeds the Blues and his sound and rhythm is smooth as a good cabernet wine. The dude has it all goin’ on! This performance is simple yet powerful as is all Eric’s works.  He really makes you feel as if you just saw something very special.if you dig a little deeper into this website you can learn a lot more about Eric.  He is definitely a pretty interesting fellow. His style is Gospel blues with an R&B flavor.  I love the guy because he is talented, so upbeat and easy going.  I hope you enjoy this video  ERIC BIBB – TURNER STATION, and please let me know what you think.  Thanks for stopping bye.

This is a great tune. Unfortunately there exists no current video with adequate audio to capture this performance which I think was their best of this particular song. Nobody really harkens back to Loggins and Messina. But they were the forerunners to a lot of truly melodic bands. This song captures the “Free Wheeling 1970s” They did many other songs such as Angry Eyes and Vahevalla, Long Tail Cat, and of couse House at Pooh Corner. Give this song a listen. You will enjoy it … a lot!