October 11, 2007


Here’s me and my band doing an ‘amazing’ cover of Rihanna at the Hope & Anchor in Islington.

You’ll love it…

EDIT: I Guess I’m Floating has a slightly different cover up right here by Tegan and Sara. Theirs doesn’t have a solo though… :P

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  1. Mathew Mannion

    Woo! Like it :) Hated the original, but I have to say that she surpassed it with “Shut Up And Drive”.

    Why can’t people make simple, bouncy, catchy electro-pop like the Sugababes?

    More importantly, why do I now love the Sugababes? :/

    12 Oct 2007, 00:03

  2. I thought that said “me and my Dad”!

    Then I actually watched the video. Good stuff. I find it disturbing that you don’t ever seem to sing in your natural voice though. I had a housemate who did the exact same thing when he sang, sounding like a generic someone else rather than really making it their own. You’re not as bad as him though – when you cut it loose it’s all Jimbo, just at other times it comes over as more self-conscious than it needs to be.

    All IMO of course.

    02 Oct 2008, 22:15

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