Ryan Adams

Cover Song: Ryan Adams (Oasis)- Wonderwall

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Ryan Adams is one hell of a talented guy. His ability to constantly put out great songs is astounding. Over the years he has done quite a few cool cover songs. For example he did a version of the Black Flag classic “Nervous Breakdown” that is really quite rad. Anyways, a few years back, Ryan did a cover of the Oasis classic “Wonderwall” and it’s one of those versions that really stands out and made it his own. Even Noel Gallagher has come out and said Ryan is the only one to cover it and “get it.” Enjoy this great version of a truly classic song.

 

Ryan Adams- Wonderwall:

 

 

 

End Of The Year List 2017: Best Guitarist

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Next up on Audioeclectica.com’s 2017 End Of The Year Lists, the Top 10 Guitarists. The stipulation is that, an album/EP had to have been released this year.

Vote for your favorite in the comments section. At the end of the month, I will release the results of the readers poll.

This list is also in NO PARTICULAR ORDER!!!

 

01) Stephen Brodsky- Mutoid Man
02) Kurt Ballou- Converge
03) Mark Engles- Black Map
04) Mario Quintero- Spotlights
05) Ryan Adams- Ryan Adams
06) Tommy Victor- Prong
07) Tom Morello- Prophets of Rage
08) Chelsea Wolfe- Chelsea Wolfe
09) Bryan Tulao- Chelsea Wolfe
10) Mike Tarlazzi- Black Wail

Cover Thursday: Ryan Adams (Foo Fighters)- Times Like These

I’ll admit I was a little late to the party for Ryan Adams, but since I got put on the train I can’t get enough. A friend of mine brought this cover to my attention this morning and I had to share it. Here is Ryan Adams covering “Times Like These” by Foo Fighters.

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Cover Thursday: Ryan Adams (Black Flag)- Nervous Breakdown

A while back there was an album curated by Henry Rollins featuring all Black Flag songs redone with different vocalists. All the proceeds went to help the West Memphis Three. One of the tracks on that album  that really stood out was Ryan Adams’ version of “Nervous Breakdown.” It’s a totally different and interesting version. Check it out!

 

 

By: Brian Lacy