Monday, May 15, 2017

Kaleidoscope of Sound: G

Bill says, "What do you get when an old Everly Brother's song is performed by one of the best female bluegrass singers of the 80's and one of the best male hard rock singers of the 70's? It shouldn't work, but it does. They really captured the rockabilly sound on this one."

"Gone, Gone, Gone"
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

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14 comments:

  1. How can you not love this???? I love these two together and this really was a great rendition of this song! Thanks, Bill! :-)

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    1. Bill said, "I did not know what to expect when these two collaborated. But once I listened to the album, I thought it was great! Thanks!"

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  2. As with cooking, sometimes in music things can go together which surprise you.

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    1. Bill said, "I agree. Too bad they didn't cook up another album."

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  3. I think it works perfectly, even though it shouldn't. But then, they're pros...

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    1. Bill said, "Their harmonies were spot-on. They seemed to have fun, too!"

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  4. That unusual duo is pretty darn cool!

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    1. Bill said, "I was skeptical, until I heard them!"

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  5. how did I miss this...and Plant too.....I feel ashamed ~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

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    1. Bill said, "You should be! By the way, don't get in trouble at work for Letter H. Keep the volume low...until you get out of work!"

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  6. Well done. I love Alison Krauss' voice,I especially like Whiskey Lullaby.

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    1. Bill said, "That is one of the best newer country songs out right now. That is a good one."

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  7. Alison wowed me..this is not her usual at all. Robert is always perfect. Two of my favorite artists- loved hearing this. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Bill said, "Yes, I thought their styles blended well in this song. I am glad you liked it."

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