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Bonnie Raitt's 1977 cover of "Runaway". I personally, prefer this version. I love Bonnie's bluesy style on this one.


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Here's the original version by Del Shannon from 1961.


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I really like this cover of "Those Memories of You". It's by Dailey & Vincent, and it's from 2022.


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I thought the original version was by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris but I just looked it up. The original version is by Bill & James Monroe.


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(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66
written by Bobby Troup

The Rolling Stones started out playing all covers, and included this on their first album


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The songwriter, Bobby Troup, wound up playing an ER doctor on the TV show Emergency! in the 70's with his wife Julie London.

The original version is from 1946, by The King Cole Trio (led by Nat King Cole). It was released as a single and reached #3 on the Billboard chart.


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I Won't Back Down
written by Tom Petty & Jeff Lynne

From the 66th album by Johnny Cash in 2000. Petty sings the harmony and plays the organ on this version. Also playing are Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench from the Heartbreakers.

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American III: Solitary Man by Johnny Cash

This is Petty's original from 1989, with Campbell playing on this recording as well. Also on the recording are Lynne (bass, synth & vocals), George Harrison (guitar & vocals) and Howie Epstein (vocals). Ringo Starr is seen in the video, but Phil Jones actually played drums.


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Full Moon Fever by Tom Petty
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Travelin' Riverside Blues
written by Robert Johnson

The infamous drunken late night recording sessions that took place during the time of the recording of the Warren Zevon album Sentimental Hygiene in 1987 resulted in the album Hindu Love Gods. The musicians were Zevon, along with Mike Mills, Bill Berry and Peter Buck of R.E.M., and the album of covers was not originally intended for release. But it did come out in 1990, and included this version of Robert Johnson's classic.

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Hindu Love Gods by Hindu Love Gods

The original was recorded by Johnson at his second and final recording session in Dallas in 1937. It was unreleased until 1961.


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From the compilation album


King Of The Delta Blues Singers by Robert Johnson
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