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Coverville 1013: Planes, Trains, A Cappella and Belushi

January 23, 2014

Cov1013

A tribute to Planes, Trains and Automobiles, a ton of great collegiate a cappella music, and a tribute to the music of John Belushi! (95 minutes)

Featuring:


Title Artist Album Original Artist More
1 Mess Around Tri-State Conspiracy Nuisance Ray Charles
Album 
2 Red River Rock Silicon Teens Music For Parties Jonny and the Hurricanes
Album 
3 Everytime You Go Away Sunshiners Welkam Bak Long Vanuatu Hall & Oates/Paul Young
Album 
4 The Cave Eight Beat Measure Heatin’ Up Mumford & Sons
Album 
5 Beginnings Not Too Sharp Haywire Chicago
Album 
6 Such Great Heights Rhythm & Blue With the Windows Down Postal Service
Album 
7 Umbrella The Duke’s Men What a Trip Rihanna
Album 
8 Short Skirt Long Jacket The Bare Naked Statues (Saint Louis University) All Expenses Paid Cake
Album 
9 Viva la Vida The Bostonians Flipping Out Coldplay
Album 
10 Crushcrushcrush The JMU BluesTones Black and Blue Paramore
Album 
11 Titanium Exit 245 Boyfriend Material Sia/David Guetta
Album 
12 Shadows of the Night Virginia Sil’hooettes Take It to the Bridge Pat Benatar
Album 
13 Radioactive The Michigan G-Men The GP – EP Imagine Dragons
Album 
14 Undisclosed Desires The Amalgamates Odd Man In Muse
Album 
15 Frankie & Johnny Jerry Lawson & Talk Of The Town Jerry Lawson & Talk Of The Town Sam Cooke
Album 
16 Bittersweet Symphony / Ridin’ Solo Acappology Aftershock – EP Verve/Jason Derulo
Album 
17 Tainted Love / SOS X-Factors Sound It Out Gloria Jones/Soft Cell/Rihanna
Album 
18 Sail / Feeling Good Vanderbilt Melodores Encore AWOLNATION/Nina Simone
Album 
19 Freddie Feel-Good The King’s Singers Good Vibrations Ray Stevens
Album 
20 Soul Finger Blues Brothers Made In America Bar-Kays
Album 
21 Hey Bartender Hoff Morse Band A Salute To John Belushi & Dan Aykroyd Floyd Dixon
Album 
22 Theme From Peter Gunn Pulp The John Peel Sessions Henry Mancini
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1 Comment

  1. Oh, I thought you included Frankie & Johnny because Sam Cooke’s birthday was this week (Jan 22, 1931). I’m surprised that you didn’t mention that Jerry Lawson was the lead singer for the Persuasions for many years.

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