Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Listen Now: Karen Elson's take on Gold Dust Woman | Fleetwood Mac Tribute Album

Here's the 7th reveal from the upcoming Fleetwood Mac Tribute Album. 
Karen Elson takes on "Gold Dust Woman"
"Just Tell Me That You Want Me" in stores August 14th - AMAZON


Thank you for keeping the eerie feel to the song!

What do you think?

10 comments:

Tony said...

The best cover I have heard from this compilation.
Still doesn't match the original. Not even close.
B-

shane33 said...

It's good - I don't know that I'll be moved to listen to it again, and it went on a bit longer than I would've liked, but she has a good voice and I liked the musical accompaniment.

Anonymous said...

No way , Never try to come close as its said be an original than a poor copy....
No One can come close as good as they are to Stevie Nicks..more so such a song that goes hand in hand with her name !!

Anonymous said...

I love what I've heard from this album.

elizad said...

It's ok but it just does not compare to the original; it maintains a certain ethereal quality, but the timbre of the voice is not there.

Anonymous said...

This is definitely the best yet heard from this CD, mainly because it stays true to the original. But that means there is not much original about it, and her vocal totally copies Stevie's. Same is true for the Silver Springs cover, sounds like a Stevie copycat.

Anonymous said...

It is a good cover. But it is only that. It does not add anything new. The Rhiannon contribution has taken flack but at least that added something new. This just makes me want to get Rumours out and play the original.

Anonymous said...

Honestly, I didn't even make it to the end. More poor instrumentation, mediocre vocals and all-around unimaginative re-imagining. I'd rather hear a spirited karaoke version.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, only Stevie can sing this and most of her songs. She is just that unique.

Anonymous said...

Just listened to the opening bars of Silver Springs and the very weak vocal. This project is a disgrace, except for THINK ABOUT ME, which is spirited and fun. Otherwise, what a disappointing waste of time. A homage that's actually a desecration. For shame..and I'm theoretically the buyer of this junk....

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