More Covers From Marissa Nadler

Posted: February 18, 2013 in Alternative, Americana, Country, Folk, Indie, Music, Rock
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More Covers From Marissa Nadler

Marissa Nadler inhabits a musical world of many landscapes, wandering between dream-folk, noir Country, southern gothic, plaintive ballads and all touch points in-between. Variously haunting, ethereal, heartbroken, bitter, sombre, painful, uplifting and poignant, she has a voice that transcends all genres and makes discovering her back catalogue a true delight.

And throughout she has stamped her own mark on a range of different covers, even releasing a couple of albums reinterpreting artists from John Lennon to Kris Kristofferson and Radiohead.

Here are some  wonderful examples from the Lemonhead’s classic Drug Buddy to the aforementioned Radiohead and Kris Kristofferson and a version of Cat Stevens Trouble.

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