I'm just listening to the DDIO cover now and I'm actually really liking it. I say "actually" because I do not like most of the covers I have heard. This has the musical complexity of the original, good singing, real instruments well played, and doesn't feel overproduced. The big choruses singing are a nice touch.
By Geraldine Wyckoff Louisiana Weekly “It’s not really pop anymore when Deacon John do it,” vocalist/guitarist Deacon John Moore declares with a laugh referring to his brand new video and recording. The much loved New Orleans icon, who built his reputation primarily on jump blues, blues and rhythm and blues, has stepped out of those zones to dig into the songbook of the Australian band Crowded House for a “CD single” that includes two tunes, “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and “Something So Strong.”...
My first exposure to Split Enz was their appearance on the US television program Fridays. I Got You had me on board immediately, but I had no idea how badly I'd been hooked until they played their second number, I Hope I Never. I was a kid in rural Ohio and literally no one I knew had heard of them - as popular as they were globally, i had them all to myself in my little town. At that time none of the pre-True Colors material was available in the US and I delighted in subsequent years at...
Hi. I'm a newbie to the Split Enz Crowded House family and I was curious if there are any collections of their improvs and covers that they've done over the years? Also I hear the Ventura show from 1991 is really great. Would anyone know where I can find that?
Ive been using the AI image generation tool Dall e 2 to create some interesting extentions for some Split enz album covers, some of these turned out incredible Mental notes Frenzy Time and tide Conflicting emotions
I recently re-listened to the “Enzology” audio documentary and heard the Tim and Neil Finn singing Jamaican Farewell, possibly before Split Enz! Does anyone have access to the full version or is the short snippet in the documentary the only recording available?
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