Berkeley Places likes Cat Stevens covers

The blog Berkeley Place has 10 Cat Stevens covers worth checking out, with some tongue-in-cheek appreciation for depressing music.

Covers highlighted are “Don’t Be Shy” and “Trouble” both by Pearl Jam, “Here Comes My Baby” by Yo La Tengo, “Father and Son” by Leigh Nash, “If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out” by Ghost Mice, a couple of takes on “Trouble” (one by Kristen Hersh of Throwing Muses, and one by Elliot Smith), “The Wind” worked into a medley by Tenacious D. with Jack Black, “Where Do The Children Play” by Jack Johnson, “Peace Train” by Gary Jules, and “Wild World” by Matt Nathanson.

MP3s of each are included in the post.


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