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Tim Raffey

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...except that I've heard it, quite a few times. What's the best song that I have never heard?
 

AaronNWilson

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another one well worth checking out from Billy Connolly is Irish Heartbeat. It's a cover of Van Morrison but it is in my opinion a much better version.
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Stephen L

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Aaron maybe Tim hasn't heard Suspect Device by SLF.
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Alex Shk

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The best song you've never heard is Broken things by David Byrne.
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Stephen L

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Ok the best song no one heard is Your Attention Please by theScars, an early 80's gem.
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Joel Mack

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"Forgotten Sons" by Marillion
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Scott DeToffol

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The Gourd's cover of "Gin and Juice."
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Iain Lambert

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The Viva Happiness! punk-pop cover version of the Roy Orbison classic 'Oh, Pretty Woman'. Since its actually my brother's old band, its fairly safe to say HTF readers won't have heard it...
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Darren H

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We buy fresh bagels from the corner store
Where swastikas are spat from aerosols
I sit in the bar sipping iced White Russian
Trying to score but nobody's pushing
And everyone looks at everyone's faces
Searching for signs and praying for traces of a conscience in residence
Are we sitting on a barbed wire fence
Racing the clouds home, racing the clouds home
Clutching at Straws is the only Marillion album I still listen to.
 

Jack Gilvey

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My own acoustic cover of "Dear Prudence". I only perform it in my bathroom (great acoustics) and, even then, only for special occasions. The haunting squeak of my well-rusted Martin Marquis lights echoing off the mildewed tile is quite moving. If I do say so myself, my voice was just made for that particular venue.
 

John_Bonner

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Jason:
Good call on "Spock's Beard"
I'd also nominate Neal Morse's "A Whole Nother Trip"
Jack:
Be careful, you may start a Tilex vs. Lysol debate for which gives better acoustics and tonal depth. :)
 

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