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Welcome to the newest feature at EndlessBoundaries.com. Everyone can appreciate a good cover, especially when they’re getting ready to rock out on the weekend. So from now on, the MP3 of The Day every Friday will be a compilation of covers on that particular day in history this decade and will be known as THC (Today’s Historic Covers).
And just like all other MP3 of The Day selections, sources will be soundboard or studio format. So without further delay, grab this week’s THC and don’t bogart that download man. Pass it around
June 22nd, 2011
One man band, Dustin Burley, tackles Phish’s Ghost for his encore at Park Steet Tavern in Columbus.
Minneapolis’ electrorockers, Roster McCabe, covers a classic 90′s tune in Warren G’s “Regulators” with a extensive bass solo at Crooked in Erie, PA.
What better way to add a selection to THC Volume 1, then seeing The Bridge cover The Grateful Dead’s “High Time” acoustically at 8×10 in their hometown of Baltimore.
June 22nd 2010
Oakhurst puts a grassy twist to Ween’s Bananas and Blow at Winston’s in San Diego, CA.
June 22nd, 2008
The Radiators jam out Little Feat’s “Spanish Moon” live at Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis, MN.
June 22, 2007
The Infamous Stringdusters take on the traditional tune, “Deep Elem Blues” live at Elke’s Park Workshop for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in in Telluride, CO.
EB favs, Stangefolk, take their original tune Sad and head off on a melodic journey into The Verve’s Bittersweet Symphonyat Harry Brown’s Farm in Starks, ME.
U-Melt melts the crowd with their version of Pink Floyd’s “Have a Cigar” live at River Street Jazz Cafe in Plains, PA.
Yonder Mountain wows the Telluride Festival crowd with a ripping version of The Allman Brothers Band’s “Whipping Post” for their encore at the Sheridan Opera House in Telluride, CO. You’ll also need to download “Ten” which YMSB jams into from Whipping Post.
June 22nd, 2002
O.A.R. (Of a Revolution) mixes in reggae-flavored fun of their original “Missing Pieces > Bob Marley’s “Lively Up Yourself” live at Ampitheatre at Station Square in Pittsburgh.
June 22, 2001
Speaking of reggae, Larry Keel covers Peter Tosh’s “Presser Man” live at Bank Street Cafe in Griffin, GA.
Psychedelic Breakfast (Now called The Breakfast) ends the show with The Doors’ “L.A. Woman” at The OPL in Syracuse.
Not sure it can get any better with THC this week then Soulive taking on Stevie Ray Vaughn’s “Lenny” live at Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
check back next Friday for THC Vol.2 and see what covers went down on this date this decade. Need more MP3 downloads, check out other MP3 of The Day selections including the new single from The String Cheese Incident. Click here to get more free downloads.