Served Three Ways

  1. Three Covers of Father John Misty’s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”

    In my mind, and the minds of many music critics, Father John Misty‘s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” may just be… no, I’ll just go ahead and say it: “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” is the best song about doing the dirty in a cemetery. Ever. Probably. Nearly forgotten by most people in the music industry today, Father John Misty once had Continue…

    Enjoy three covers of Father John Misty's "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" to get you in the mood to do the dirty in a graveyard.


  2. Three Covers of Drake’s “Hotline Bling”

    If you’ve ever visited this site before today then you probably know we love covers. If you’ve never been here before then, “Welcome. We’re Turntable Kitchen and, amongst other things, we like good covers.” Why do we like covers? I’m glad you asked. We like covers because hearing a song covered by a different song Continue…

  3. Three Covers of Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin Bout You”

    We’re tapping into a brand new Served Three Ways for you today. As always that means we’re dishing out three covers by three different artists of the same song. In the past we’ve featured covers of songs by Grimes, The Knife, and Drake. Today we have three different interpretations of Frank Ocean‘s gorgeous single “Thinking About You.” Below, Continue…

  4. Three Covers of The Knife’s “Heartbeats”

    Three Covers of The Knife's "Heartbeats"

    Welcome to our latest Served Three Ways. As always we’re offering you three covers by three different artists of the same song. In the past we’ve featured covers of songs by Grimes, INXS, and Drake. This time we’re dishing up three covers of Swedish duo The Knife’s breakthrough hit “Heartbeats.” We’ve, of course, included Jose Gonzalez’s ubiquitous cover Continue…

  5. Three Covers of Grimes’ “Oblivion”

    Served Three Ways is a feature where we offer up three different covers of a well known track as performed by three different artists. For example, we’ve previously featured three different covers of Drake’s “Hold On We’re Going Home”, Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”, and Elliott Smith’s Between The Bars”. Today, we’re serving us a trio of Continue…

  6. Three Covers of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”

    Served Three Ways is a feature where we offer up three different covers of a well known track as performed by three different artists. We’ve previously featured three versions of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”, INXS’ “Never Tear Us Apart” (including a great take on the track by Beck & St. Vincent), and Elliott Smith’s “Between Continue…

  7. Three Covers of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”

    It’s been awhile since we’ve offered a new Served Three Ways. If you’ve forgotten, Served Three Ways is our feature where we offer up three different covers of a well known track as performed by three different artists. As I’ve previously mentioned, I really enjoy hearing three different bands approach the same song in different Continue…

  8. Three Grizzly Bear Covers

    I’ve always been fascinated by covers songs. What interests me most about cover songs is what the cover says about the covering band and also what it says about the influence of the band being covered. When I started the Served Three Ways series I hoped to allow our readers to contemplate the ways in Continue…

  9. Three Covers of INXS’ “Never Tear Us Apart”

    “Never Tear Us Apart” was released by Australia’s INXS late in the summer of 1988. It was a huge pop hit charting at #7 in the United States. It was often thought of as the anthem for INXS frontman Michael Hutchence, and was even selected by his family and friends to be played as his Continue…

  10. Three Covers of Rev. Gary Davis’ “Cocaine Blues”

    There are at least two popular, well-known tunes that sport the name “Cocaine Blues”. The first of the two is the tune made popular by Johnny Cash which was originally by The Western Aces. The second is a popular finger-picked blues track originally laid down by Reverend Gary Davis. Today’s Served Three Ways features the Continue…

  11. Three Covers of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”

    Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” originally appeared on the band’s 1977 masterpiece album Rumors. Interestingly it’s the only tune that is credited to all five of the of the members of the band at the time (Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, and Stevie Nicks). Even more interestingly, the track’s lyrics were allegedly written Continue…

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