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1. Matthew Crosby - Superstar (The Carpenters / Delaney and Bonnie cover)

Matthew Crosby - Superstar (The Carpenters / Delaney and Bonnie cover)

""Tommy Boy" was my initiation. But with all respect to the Carps (and Farley-Spade) who did it so beautifully, when I really got to know the song it was Rita Coolidge's version on "Mad Dogs and Englishmen", and since then it's been first and foremost a Leon Russell tune to me. It's the quintessential torch song but I've always felt like there was a darker, more pathological thing in there behind the sentimentality -- a kind of delusional quality. You almost wonder if the affair ever happened at all. It's a very dark song when you dig into it." http://www.songsbymatthewcrosby.com/ -- From 'Cover Me Turns Ten', a free covers album paying tribute to iconic cover songs from years past. Download all the songs and read quotes from every artist here: http://www.covermesongs.com/2017/10/cover-me-turns-ten.html Buy the book 'Cover Me: The Stories Behind the Greatest Cover Songs of All Time' at Amazon: http://bit.ly/BuyCoverMe All songs recorded exclusively for Cover Me.

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4. bonnies

bonnies

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7. Delaney-Bonnie

Delaney-Bonnie

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8. Home

Home

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9. Hard to Say Goodbye (Horn Demos) - Delaney and Bonnie, Bobby Keys, Jim Horn

Hard to Say Goodbye (Horn Demos) - Delaney and Bonnie, Bobby Keys, Jim Horn

This is an unreleased rehearsal version of "Hard To Say Goodbye" from 1970. Recorded at Criteria Studios, it comes from a reel in Alan Pariser's archive listed as "Horn Demos" and features Bobby Keys and Jim Horn. This file is for archival listening purposes only. Downloading and reproducing in any way is prohibited by law.

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15. Motel Shot

Motel Shot

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16. Delaney & Bonnie cover - Never Ending Song of Love - scratch track with banjo uke

Delaney & Bonnie cover - Never Ending Song of Love - scratch track with banjo uke

So nostalgically corny you have to sing along with it, with a lot of twang.

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