Happy 50th birthday Mr. Thom Yorke! I think I do not have to introduce him. He’s already well known by his career with ‘Radiohead’ , ‘Atoms for Peace’, ‘Venus in Furs’, ‘Band aid 20’ etc. Enjoy!!
In 1993, Radiohead was also releasing their first album. Its greatest hit from this album (Creep) had been previously presented in 1992. The record in the UK did not obtain a big success, however in the US it got better critiques, so at the end the band was rocketing, mostly after the confirmation showed with […]
Many birthdays today, therefore many songs too. Enjoy! Enjoy! And enjoy! – Gilberto Gil (1942) – Georgie Fame (1943) – Mick Iones (1953; The Clash, etc.) – Chris Isaak (1956) – José Ignacio Lapido (1962; 091 and Lapido) – Colin Greenwood (1969; Radiohead) – etc. Happy birthday to everybody!
Let´s finish this week dedicated to the song ‘Creep’ posting a version by their ‘fathers’: Radiohead. It is pretty close to their origins: 1992. Enjoy!! Don’t forget that all of you ‘…are so fucking special’!
Today’s cover is played by one of these great artists who left us in the last year(s)… It seems to me that they are too many, a large list! Enjoy!
It seems that the ‘big number’ of followers of this blog has liked more the covers of this week song (Creep) played on classic style; so here is another example by the innovative and fantastic crooner Richard Cheese. Enjoy!
Today we are moving from one of the first covers of our song of the week (Creep, Radiohead, 1992) to one of the latest versions, but at the same time we have to travel to the first decades of the twentieth century. It is played by a great ‘band’ (they are a kind of rotative […]
Yesterday we included a couple of songs by Scala. One of them was included in a couple of series (so it could be part of our last section), but it was not the favourite of our proposer; she prefers the version that Scala makes of ‘Creep’, original released by ‘Radiohead’ in 1992. Since yesterday we […]
Today, a proposal that arrived directly from Dublin! A song covering a classic theme by the most famous Irish band. The song appeared in a couple of series: ‘Downtown Abbey’ and ‘Rebellion‘. Enjoy! The proposer prefers another song by the same group, but in this case it was included in a film (‘The social network’), […]
Today I am afraid I have received no proposal to continue with our section of great songs included in your favourite series. Moreover, I am afraid that I am not a ‘series-addict’ as most of my colleagues are, so the series that I may refer (today, and maybe be the next days) will be (at […]