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a recording of a song that was first recorded or made popular by somebody else

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After ABBA split in 1982, she released three solo albums, last of which was an album of cover songs called 'My Colouring Book,' that came out in 2004.
123 Orion kicked off the night with a catchy mix of cover songs and original music, which Sarbolis described as "poppy-dancy.
SCOTT WALKER Jackie All-time classic from the US pop icon's landmark album of Jacques Brel cover songs.
Contributors examine the many facets of cover songs and their different manifestations from church hymns and national anthems to sampling, parodies, and television commercials.
He proves he is a more than competent song writer as well as performer, and the two cover songs--Codine by Buffy Saint Marie and Bob Marley's Buffalo Soldier--are done in such a way that if the listener didn't know the cover songs, you'd have thought they were originals.
She said: "I struggled just singing cover songs, I was uncomfortable the whole time.
With 14 cover songs this is essentially the kind of album you spot in the bargain bucket of a motorway service station album.
American folk group Hayseed Dixie bring their large selection of blue-grass rock and heavy metal cover songs to Holmfirth the following evening (July 6)
His rock band, Xplosion, played cover songs in the early 1980s, and he still remembers their first gig that was held at the Hyatt Regency.
POP sensations McFly have admitted they hate cover songs - despite having rocked to success with them for four years.
The first order of business: last summer's specially priced double-CD and DVD set, ``Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album,'' in which the good-natured party band essentially re-recorded everything they did earlier and added some of the unexpected cover songs they're known for.
BLACK Eyed Peas, Avril Lavigne, and The Cure are among acts set to cover songs by ex-Beatle John Lennon to raise money for human rights.
For his sixth release, singer-songwriter Freedman asked fans to vote on cover songs for him to record.
Watch out for the cover songs by St Vitus and Black Oak Arkansas, totally kick-ass renditions.
Williams' voluminous catalog of hits (including "Lovesick Blues," "Move It On Over," and "Honky Tonkin'") still fills jukeboxes from coast to coast, while tribute albums and cover songs abound among punks, rockers, and honky-tonkers.