Guns N' Roses "Sweet Child O' Mine" Redo
I can honestly say that I have never listened to the band, Guns N' Roses. I am familiar with their song, "Sweet Child O' Mine," having heard it a time or two over the years since it came out 28 years ago. (It is amazing to me that it has been that long ago.)
It has become one of my favorite songs since I heard a remake of it by Scott Bradlee’s group, Postmodern Jukebox, and singer Miche Braden. An acquaintance shared it and listening one time is all it took to make me a fan of this song.
This is not your typical heavy metal rock song any more. Instead, think New Orleans speakeasy in the 1920s.
Though it might not appeal as much of to those of you who grew up listening to Axl Rose and Slash, it might be one way to bridge the communication gap between those of who cut our eye teeth on jazz.
To listen to this new version: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ3BAF_15yQ#t=13
It proves, once again, that music is the universal language.
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