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Topic: OT Hey Joe, was Re: +Learning curve (4 msgs / 121 lines)
1) From: Brian Kamnetz
God, I loved that son, the 1960s version (before Hendrix) with the
frenetic bass line. Sure would like to hear it again. I just did some
searching and found lots of info about the song, but no links to
clips.
Brian
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2) From: Chris Lott
... Hey Joe has been covered thousands of times, scores of times
before Hendrix. Skreemr reveals quite a few renditions, not sure of
dates for most...http://skreemr.com/results.jsp?q=hey+joec
On 10/5/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote:
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3) From: Sandy Andina
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I recall the original was by the Leaves. In my first band, The White  
Women (3/5 of whom were men, and one of the men was African- 
American), we did the original version, and as bassist I got to play  
that line. It was my instrumental moment of glory.  (Also made the  
bass solo on "Rockin' in the USA" in my next band child's play by  
comparison).
On Oct 5, 2007, at 6:58 PM, Brian Kamnetz wrote:
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Sandy
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I recall the original was by the Leaves. In my first band, The White =
Women (3/5 of whom were men, and one of the men was African-American), =
we did the original version, and as bassist I got to play that line. It =
was my instrumental moment of glory.  (Also made the bass solo on =
"Rockin' in the USA" in my next band child's play by =
comparison).
On Oct 5, 2007, at 6:58 PM, Brian Kamnetz =
wrote:

God, I = loved that son, the 1960s version (before Hendrix) with the

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frenetic bass = line.

Sandywww.sass-music.com
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4) From: Brian Kamnetz
Chris,
I found it! I found the version I liked so much: The Stillroven - Hey
Joe. A collection of their songs are on a CD now. The description from
Amazon:
Rare 60's garage rock from Minnesota on CD for the first time. Their
innovative cover of 'Hey Joe' grazed the national charts in 1966.
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