Radiohead’s Kid A
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Joni Mitchell’s “Blue”
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Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid”
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Recorded in the studio a few weeks before the live show.
The Velvet Underground & Nico
Recorded live at Coda Supper Club.
UnderCover News Coverage
UnderCover honors Joni Mitchell’s ‘Blue’ – The SF Chronicle
Source: The San Francisco Chronicle
Even by the nakedly confessional standard set by Joni Mitchell, her 1971 album “Blue” stands out as a singularly soul-baring song cycle, exploring wrenching separations and ecstatic consummations. Reinterpreting such a personal statement might seem like a fool’s errand, but for the Bay Area collective UnderCover Presents, Mitchell’s masterpiece provides an ideal forum for marshaling a cornucopian array of [...]
Local musicians reinterpret Nick Drake’s “Pink Moon” at the Rickshaw Stop
Had you been skeptical about the “UnderCover Presents: Nick Drake’s Pink Moon” event Sunday night at the Rickshaw Stop you wouldn’t have been alone. It had the potential to be disastrous. Coordinating the sound alone must have posed a considerable challenge. How do you get 11 eclectic local bands — 50 performers each with specific [...]
Light from the Pink Moon: S.F. Artists to Reinterpret Nick Drake’s Classic Onstage
He’s encouraging players to stay away from technology to honor Drake’s desolate masterpiece. “The album is stripped down, just Drake [and] guitar, which leaves the tunes wide open for reinterpretation,” Johnston says. “I like organic, free-range, locally produced human expression. Too many electronics, especially pre-recorded canned beats and the like, detract from the human feel. David Boyce will probably be playing solo and using some electronics, but his music always retains a deep earthiness and soul.”