BOB WAYNE - Coveralbum


BOB WAYNE veröffentlicht mit "Hits The Hits" am 01.05.15 via People Like You Records ein reines Cover-Album.
Der Outlaw-Songwriter zur Platte:

"When I had the idea to record a cover album my first thoughts were Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, so my biggest influences in this kind of music. However, in the end, you cannot top Johnny Cash. Until now I had never really played any cover versions, not even live, simply because you cannot hit the mark of Johnny Cash. Whenever I play his songs it is never as good as the original." Still, Cash's highly successful "American Recordings" planted the seed of doing an album with cover versions in BOB WAYNE. "On those he covered Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, Nick Cave or Tom petty just as acoustic versions. 'Hits The Hits' is my attempt to do covers myself, but with a full band, so including everything from fiddle to banjos... I did it my style. The challenge was pretty exciting."

Die Trackliste zum Release liest sich wie folgt:

Rock And Roll (originally by Led Zeppelin)
Skyfall (originally by Adele)
Sweet Child O' Mine (originally by Guns N' Roses)
Sympathy For The Devil (originally by The Rolling Stones)
I Shot The Sheriff (originally by Bob Marley)
Crazy (originally by Gnarls Barkley)
Under The Bridge (originally by Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Radioactive (originally by Imagine Dragons)
Come Together (originally by The Beatles)
Disturbia (originally by Rihanna)
The Kids Aren't Alright (originally by The Offspring)
All About That Bass (originally by Meghan Trainor)
Crazy Train (originally by Ozzy Osbourne)