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  1. Roy Buchanan with I Used To Have A Woman off of his Telemaster Live In '75 album.
  2. Gene Clark with another train song, Train Leaves Here This Morning, recorded in '69 and found on the 2020 release, The A & M And RSO Years.
  3. The Manhattan Transfer with Gene Pistilli on Guided Missiles off of their '71 Jukin' album.
  4. Chris de Burgh with Sin City off of his '75 Far Beyond These Castle Walls album.
  5. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends performing That's What My Man Is For off of their '70 Delaney & Bonnie & Friends On Tour With Eric Clapton LP.
  6. Maggie and Terre Roche with the long-titled tune If You Empty Out All Your Pockets You Could Not Make the Change. Off of their '75 Seductive Reasoning album.
  7. Cat Stevens with Where Do the Children Play? off of his 2nd '70 album, Tea For The Tillerman.
  8. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton covering the Willie Dixon/Otis Rush tune All Your Love off of their '66 album.
  9. Interesting observation made by this YT'er. From the description: I noticed years ago that the track "Gloria" by Van Morrison's group, Them sounded similar to Aretha Franklin's "Save Me." King Curtis' "Instant Groove" is also essentially the same song, and even has the same reused back track (with Jimi Hendrix on rhythm guitar). Pete Rock sampled either "Save Me" or "Instant Groove" (or one of the couple other tracks that use the same riff) for the 1991 track, "The Creator" with CL Smooth.
  10. Italian pop star Peppino di Capri covering Ben E. King's hit, Don't Play That Song (You Lied), back in '62.
  11. Julie Driscoll with Blossom Toes and Brian Auger on piano for her June '65 single I Know You.
  12. Memphis Slim, T-Bone Walker, Willie Dixon, & Jump Jackson performing We're Gonna Rock live somewhere during the American Folk Blues Festival, which toured Europe from '62 thru '85 to introduce major U.S. blues musicians to Europe and the UK. This is from the original '62 tour.
  13. Brits are no strangers to thanks giving, too. Led Zeppelin expressing Thank You in their own way. Off of their 2nd '69 album, Led Zeppelin II.
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