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1 Discussion Re: originals that are less famous than their covers Up, Up, And Away-[original either by Linda Kaye Henning (Yes! Betty Jo Bradley!) with backing track and backup vocals by The Sunshine Company, or the version by The Sunshine Company using the same backing track and vocals,but with their own lead singers, Mary Nance and Maury Manseau] Famous cove cmulwee001 2011-12-09
2 Discussion Re: originals that are less famous than their covers Please Mr. Please: Everyone associates this song with Olivia Newton-John as she had a million seller with this country-folk hit. However, it was originally recorded by it's writer Bruce Welch, formerly of the British band The Shadows, who did the original version of "Apache" Welch's original r cmulwee001 2011-01-04
3 Discussion Re: originals that are less famous than their covers Delta Dawn: Most people know this tune as the song that launched (then) 13 year old Tanya Tucker's career in 1972. It was also covered by Helen Reddy a year later But the ORIGINAL was a slower, more bluesy song,recorded by it's writer, Alex Harvey(NOT the late British(?)glam rocker, but the Americ cmulwee001 2010-12-20
4 Discussion Try To Remember Try To Remember: There is a version of this oft. covered song from "The Fantasticks". It is by The Brothers Four, and, it is my favorite version of all. If you haven't already added that version, please do so at your earliest convenience. -Chris cmulwee001 2010-12-20