If you can access Rob Thomas's (Matchbox Twenty) Facebook page, he does an acoustic version of Don't Dream It's Over. Enjoy!
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Paul Carrack (of Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics fame) has DDIO in his live sets, and he also recorded a studio version for his album OLD, NEW, BORROWED AND BLUE (changed some lyrics, oddly):
Then there's the Sixpence None The Richer version
which was probably the reason why Florence Joy, the eventual winner of a 2004 German TV talent contest, chose this song as her quarter-final elimination entry:
Let's assemble them all here ...
... of course the (in)famous Italian cover version "Alta Marea" would belong here (its video clip featuring a very young Angelina Jolie):
@In Love With It All posted:
Completely agree. Jenn Wassner is an amazing singer-songwriter and guitarist. Her band Wye Oak is one of my favorites and her solo project Flock of Dimes is also great...
Teddy Thompson’s wonderfully emotive vocals make for a compelling, deeply melancholy version.
If you’re not familiar with Teddy, he is Richard and Linda Thompson’s son. Richard did the jazzy guitar solo on Sister Madly and was highly praised by Neil on a recent fangradio.