Terrible Classic Rock Covers

The Cure, ‘Purple Haze’ – Terrible Classic Rock Covers
Tribute albums often sound great in theory, but the problem with most of them is that they're assembled using performances from bands that happen to be popular at the moment, most of whom happen to be signed to whatever label is curating the tribute, and the results tend to be fairly random.
Uncle Kracker, ‘Drift Away’ – Terrible Classic Rock Covers
Dobie Gray’s classic rendering of Mentor Williams’ ‘Drift Away’ back in 1973 is pretty much the epitome of a hit song, top to bottom. It’s got that great little Stephen Stills-esque guitar lick in the intro and one of the most memorable, sing-along-able choruses ever written (“Give me the beat, boys…

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