Back to the Originals: Deep Album Cuts Edition by PenningtonJ

Champion(s):

IvixorB


Runner(s)-Up:

BoyerA
The adverb always follows the verb.


Quiz Description

Like previous editions of this quiz, I provide audio clips of a lesser known, older version of a song, and your job is to answer with the artist and title of the hit version. Previously, I would ask you to identify the hit version by including the year & the song's highest position on the Billboard charts. This time, I'm trying something a little different by focusing on album tracks instead of hit singles. To make it reasonable, I'm limiting myself to albums from the 2003 edition of Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. I will provide the album's rank on the Rolling Stone list, the year of the album's release, and where the song appears on the album. Your job is to provide both the correct artist and song title who re-did the audio track in the clue.

Full Results:

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1 IvixorB 443 98 15
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2 BoyerA 433 94 15
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3 KaufmanK 403 91 15
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4 VenguswamyK 394 87 15
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5 RonningD 387 84 15
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6 JonesRW 374 81 15
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7 JeziorskiM 372 77 15
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8 Palefire 368 74 15
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9 akambour 361 70 15
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10 raccoonleaf 354 67 15
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11 MBlumenfeld 340 63 15
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12 Steve 339 60 15
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13 KreitzerJ 307 56 00
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14 ElendilPickle 291 53 15
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15 KPope 262 50 00
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16 bmrafferty 259 46 15
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17 DFisher 248 43 15
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18 LashleyM 238 39 15
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19 GoodmanDL 181 36 15
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20 AdamKing 174 32 15
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21 Matto 167 29 15
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22 GeorgeSpelvin 151 25 00
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23 Vintsanity 145 22 15
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24 SochackiA 100 18 15
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25 Jsemleslie 0 8 00
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25 DouglasLovesVixey 0 8 00
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25 claysonh 0 8 00
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25 jsparkyp 0 8 00
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25 RautY 0 8 00
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Questions:

Original: Tim Rose; Album Track: #15 (1967), Side 1, Track 3 (US edition only).

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Hey Joe (from Are You Experienced?)

Original: Barbara Müller; Album Track: #29 (1969), Side 1, Track 2.

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Led Zeppelin, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (from Led Zeppelin)

Original: Lotte Lenya; Album Track: #42 (1967), Side A, Track 5 (Note: non-parenthetical portion of title must be provided).

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The Doors, Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) (from The Doors)

Original: Lefty Frizzell; Album Track: #34 (1968), Side 2, Track 2.

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The Band, Long Black Veil (from Music from Big Pink)

Original Artist: Chris Kenner; Album Track: #44 (1975), Part II of Side 2, Track 3.

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Patti Smith, Land of a 1000 Dances (from Horses)

Original Artist: The Vipers Skiffle Group (public domain); #86 (1970), Side 1, Track 7.

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The Beatles, Maggie Mae (from Let It Be)

Original Artist: Junior Murvin; #77 (1977), Side 2, Track 4 on UK edition, Side 2, Track 5 on 1979 US release

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The Clash, Police and Thieves (from the Clash)

Original Artist: Bob Dylan (then unreleased); #117 (1968), Side 1, Track 1.

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The Byrds, You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (from Sweetheart of the Rodeo)

Original: The Nerves; Album Track: #140 (1978), Side 1, Track 1.

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Blondie, Hanging on the Telephone (from Parallel Lines)

Original: The Kinks; Album Track: #155 (1980), Side 1, Track 7.

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The Pretenders, Stop Your Sobbing (from The Pretenders)

Original: Bull Moose Jackson; Album Track: #228 (1975), Side 1, Track 5.

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Aerosmith, Big Ten Inch Record (from Toys in the Attic)

Original: Brinsley Schwarz; Album Track: #482 (1979), Side 2, Track 7 (US version only).

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Elvis Costello, (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding (from Armed Forces)