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Musical interpretations.

It’s been a while since I posted a music clip. Why? How the fuck would I know! I just haven’t ok!? Sorry, the meds seem to be a bit slow to take effect today for some reason. Maybe I should take some.

Anyhow, I’ve decided to post three different clips of the same song, bet you’ve never seen that before, me either (probably because it’s such a dumb idea). If you are late for work, or you have a lot of blogs to catch up on because of NaBloMaDness, then just mark this one as read and move on, you’re not really missing much. However, if you’ve got the time, you should check them out, it’s actually almost interesting.

The song is Tipitina, which has been a favourite of mine for some time.

Exhibit 1. The Original by Henry Byrd (Professor Longhair).

Exhibit 2. As interpreted by Malcolm Rebennack (Dr John).

Exhibit 3. As interpreted by some redneck.

I hope you enjoyed this mini concert, Dr John has never been off my playlist since around 1974. And yes, the lyrics the redneck was singing were from the Dukes of Hazard.

NaBloMaDness post #13