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Under the Covers: Baba O’Riley

Posted by falconi5 on April 22, 2012


 

Blue Man Group – Baba O’Riley

Drop Kick Murphys – Baba O’Riley

Sammy Hagar – Baba O’Riley

The Gaslight Anthem – Baba O’Riley

One Response to “Under the Covers: Baba O’Riley”

  1. Robert Hulshof-Schmidt said

    Great set of covers. May I also recommend this great live version by the Picketts? They do wonderful originals and clever covers (including “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?” and Yoko’s “Walking On Thin Ice”.)

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