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Cowl Songs: Philosophy and Taxonomy on Fairly A lot Pop: A Tradition Podcast #129

Is re-playing or re-recording a track written and carried out by another person an act of affection or predation? Your host Mark Linsenmayer is joined by Too A lot Pleasure’s Tim Quirk, the Gig Gab Podcast’s Dave Hamilton, and the writer of A Philosophy of Cowl Songs Prof. P.D. Magnus to speak about various kinds of and functions for covers, look a bit on the historical past, share favorites, and extra.

A couple of of the various cowl songs we point out embody:

This playlist contains many of the songs talked about in P.D.’s ebook.

To prep for this, along with studying P.D.’s ebook (which is free), we checked out numerous lists of greatest and worst cowl songs of all time: from timeout.combestlifeonline.comRolling StoneRadio X. Additionally try this episode of the Ghost Notes Podcast.

Observe us @news4wombats (for P.D.), @tbquirk@DaveHamilton, and @MarkLinsenmayer.

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