Saturday, April 07, 2007

Can You Remember Greenhornes Covers?

The best part of any Greenhornes show is the unexpected covers they pull out. Below is an extensive (but by no means complete) list of covers they've been known to rock. Feel free to add to or question the list in the comments section or request other bands covers lists (I think a Gories or White Stripes list will be forthcoming). More real writing to come soon, I promise. And I needn't tell you...but all these songs are awesome. Not a dud in the bunch. Great taste those lads.

You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover (Bo Diddley)
Crawdad (Bo Diddley)
When I Needed You (the Chain Reaction)
Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd)
It's Off the Hook (Rolling Stones)
So Sad About Us (The Who)
Out in the Streets (the Who)
Shot Down (the Sonics)
I Can Only Give You Everything (T. Coulter)
Monkey Island (13th Floor Elevators)
Come on Back (Paul and Ritchie and the Crying Shames)
I'll Go Crazy (James Brown)
Can You See Me? (Jimi Hendrix)
You'll Never Do It Baby (the Pretty Things)
You Don't Believe Me (the Pretty Things)
Come See Me (the Pretty Things)
You're On My Mind (the Birds)
I Wanna Be Your Dog (the Stooges)
Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin)
Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (the Yardbirds)
Nobody But You (Little Walter)
Route 66 (Nat King Cole)
How Does it Feel to Feel? (the Creation)
My Baby Likes to Boogaloo (Don Gardner)
Sittin' on My Sofa (the Kinks)
Just Like Romeo and Juliet (the Reflections)
The Wizard (Black Sabbath)

Save My Soul (Wimple Wench)
You're Gonna Miss Me (13th Floor Elevators)

Goin' to the River (Bartholomew/Domino)
High Time Baby (Spencer Davis Group)
Lost Woman (the Yardbirds)
Gonna Get Me Someone (the Game)
It's My Soul (Clifton Chenier)
Let Me Be (Daniels)
Your Body Not Your Soul (Cuby and the Blizzards)
Mary Ann with the Shakey Hands (the Who)
Inside – Looking Out (the Animals)
Wake Me, Shake Me (Al Kooper)
Sad Day (Rolling Stones)


Anonymous said...

Freebird (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

NYstreetrat said...

'Your Body, not your soul' was on that 7" released on the Sweet Nothing label

t. keela said...

"baby , i'm a gas" by the fabulous senders .
man what a raver ! at an early gold dollar gig, i think?

Anonymous said...

I'm nostalgic already. no wonder we like 'em so much, they got taste.

have you got a list of songs the Raconteurs have covered? hmmmm?

Cousin Gary said...

"The Wizard" by Sabbath? Really!?!?!?

That's fookin' pimp.

Anonymous said...

I remember thinking at a show of theirs once, man they could cover "Leaving Here" really well, and then they played it, blew me away.

Anonymous said...

This makes me wish for more Greehornes bootlegs. When is there new album out? Anyone know?

Shane said...

Today! (answer to Anonymous' 3 year old question).