The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

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Dr. Medulla
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Dr. Medulla » 14 Feb 2018, 9:06pm

Silent Majority wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 8:54pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
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This is an example of a cover that sounds like it should be the original and the original a cover (e.g., Wire & R.E.M., "Strange").
I want more from the vocal, but that's cool.
Her style on all Postmarks records is understated, presumably to suggest a kind of 1960s continental cool.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Marky Dread » 14 Feb 2018, 10:41pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 9:06pm
Silent Majority wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 8:54pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 8:52pm


This is an example of a cover that sounds like it should be the original and the original a cover (e.g., Wire & R.E.M., "Strange").
I want more from the vocal, but that's cool.
Her style on all Postmarks records is understated, presumably to suggest a kind of 1960s continental cool.
Very nice. Kinda takes the song back to the Shangri-La's and other 60's girls bands. I'm sure Joey would approve of that.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Silent Majority » 15 Feb 2018, 5:26am

Dr. Medulla wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 9:06pm
Silent Majority wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 8:54pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 8:52pm


This is an example of a cover that sounds like it should be the original and the original a cover (e.g., Wire & R.E.M., "Strange").
I want more from the vocal, but that's cool.
Her style on all Postmarks records is understated, presumably to suggest a kind of 1960s continental cool.
I think the more suitable style for it would be super emotional soulful belting, like Darlene Love or Ronnie Spector would do.
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