#1
Hey,

I recently got a new acoustic and an SM57, thought I'd try singing for a change.

Here's a blues cover of the track.

Let me know what you think!

http://youtu.be/tfrBGlYpFyk
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#3
Whoa, that was unique.

It was also very nice, but one thing that could have been improved would be the fact that I can almost not hear your voice. Your voice sounds fine! Turn the volume up a notch Maybe it's just me, so lets hear what others have to say, but great interpretation either way!
#4
Nice feel, it's interesting how it almost gives the lyrics a different meaning when the music is different. A very refreshing interpretation and was cool to listen to. I can almost imagine Kurt would have played it like this with a sense of mocking irony had he lived to be a lot older out of resigned boredom/cynicism of having played it so many times
#5
Thanks for having a listen guys! Let me know where to check out your stuff!
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#6
It gives the song a very interesting twist. My criticism would be more on the mixing side, the acoustic and your voice are a little too low, and your voice could use some reverb, but good job!
I just posted a blues cover too, if you could check it out, that would be awesome!
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#7
Very nice, but I agree with others that you need to bring the vocals out/up just a little bit. With maybe just a very light touch of reverb.