Jay Farrar Covers Project

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Post by Lawrence Fan »

Awesome effort derek. Glad I came back and checked the forums. The only omission I can think of, and it's pretty damn shaky to begin with if it really is an ommission, is a half assed attempt at the Grateful Dead's Ripple from a radio call in show from Columbia, MO way back in the day. I can probably dig that up somewhere.

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Post by creekwader »

With Jay on a break, this couldn't have come at a better time. Thanks Derek.

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Post by stablew »

I am all over this--very large file. Also, I think I was at that show with the Cheap Trick cover.

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Post by Grifterwithafunnylittleha »

Dear Derek,

Hope it's okay I passed your gift along to a lady friend, and she loves you now.

Your project is awesome.

Thanks,
Pony

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Post by Tupelo Son »

Thanks so much Derek.

SOLID GOLD

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covers

Post by bensco »

I am in line and waiting.

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Post by derekf »

You are all welcome.

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Post by cind »

Thank you so much Derek! Yay for more Jay!

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Post by SPIKE »

This is awesome! Will go nicely with my 4 disc set of Slobberbone covers unofficially titled Every Song You Thought Was Ours Was Somone Else's

A big thanks to all the tapers and photographers out there who are far more ambitious than I!! :D

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Post by Okeman »

I have to say thank you again. I have been jamming on this thing all night!

Thank you my friend...

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The Sesame Street song would be a great Farrar cover?

Post by Coffee Creek »

Thank you, Derek!

And, I agree with criminals ... Downed is a great Farrar cover.

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Post by Okeman »

This is fantastic. Thanks for putting it together.

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Post by second sun »

I have always thought Son Volt covering Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath would be tremendous.

Thanks for the download.

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Post by derekf »

criminals wrote:Derekf, that is some awesome work. Jay basically turned me on to classic country with his covers.

One of my all time favorites, however is Downed by Cheap Trick. I have a CD version of it from 1999, I think it is from Chicago and an WXRT show. That would be a good one to add if you can find.

Thanks!!
Shit, that was supposed to be on there. Great cover, thanks for bringing it to my attention.

Downed

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6HIWI590

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Post by criminals »

Derekf, that is some awesome work. Jay basically turned me on to classic country with his covers.

One of my all time favorites, however is Downed by Cheap Trick. I have a CD version of it from 1999, I think it is from Chicago and an WXRT show. That would be a good one to add if you can find.

Thanks!!

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