Okay - in my book this rates as one of strangest covers I've ever heard - <br>the Stanford Marching Band performing the Grateful Dead's Uncle John's Band.<br><br><embed src="http://homepage.mac.com/lesh59/.Music/UJBand.mp3" width=320 height=25 controller=true autoplay=false<br><br>What the oddest one you've ever heard?<br><br>[color:purple]The shortest distance between two points is how far apart they are.</font color=purple>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Anything by William Shatner. Didn't he butcher McArthur's Park once? Of course since he had a good sense of humor about it, it turned into a successful advertising campaign.<br>I don't think I can top yours. That's hilarious.<br><br>"There are three things I've learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin."<br>-- Linus Van Pelt (Peanuts)
Stanford's "marching" band is notorious for not doing things the way other marching bands do. They don't march in straight lines. They don't form elaborate patterns on the football field. Basically, the band members walk onto the field and walk around more or less haphazardly as they're playing. It's great to watch, I think.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"<br>
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