Not sure who some of these folks are but Ted Leo (the singer/priest) isn't a metalhead, he's just awesome. Although he does have some funny stories about being a Rush fan who spends most of his time with Punks.I don't know who these metal heads are but I love the cover they did over a Replacements' cover
Thanks for this.I have seen in person Marshall Crenshaw perform this, but never thought to check it out on youtube. Since finding these over the weekend, I've already played them a few dozen times. Covering Grant Hart, 2541
with a little help from the Bottle Rockets
On May 1st, 1970, just weeks after the world learned that the Beatles were breaking up, George Harrison and Bob Dylan met up at Columbia’s Studio B in New York City. Joined by bassist Charlie Daniels and drummer Russ Kunkel, their stated purpose was to start work on Dylan’s album New Morning. But midway through the day, they switched gears and started jamming on old favorites without any thought that the results would ever be heard by the public.
Unsurprisingly, word of their jam session leaked out almost immediately. “Denials that the session took place were issued by Dylan’s personal secretary,” read a report in Rolling Stone later that month, “and by producer Bob Johnston, who chuckled: ‘Where did you hear that? Some people’ll say anything!’ But a session there was, and, according to reports, it was a monster.
Years later, the tape somehow leaked out of the Columbia vault and fans got to hear much of the historic session. It revealed that Dylan and Harrison began by trying out early renditions of New Morning songs “Sign on the Window,” “If Not For You,” “Times Passes Slowly,” and “Went to See the Gypsy.” But after their fifth attempt at “If Not For You” (a song Harrison would cut on his own weeks later for All Things Must Pass), they went back to Dylan’s early work and played “Song to Woody,” “Mama, You Been on My Mind,” and “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.”
Nico was a German model who wanted more than being a model, so she started dating famous artists and was "discovered" by Andy Warhol. Soon after she was forced into the band and recorded a few songs on their first album. She went solo after that.Nico kind of sounds like a guy. Man I always thought that voice was Lou Reed. Love Velvet underground.