Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The Sound of Silence, Simon and Garfunkles Famous Hit Redone And It's Incredible.

David Draiman is the lead singer for a Heavy Metal band called Disturbed and has an exceptional voice with a lot of range. From smooth, almost angelic, to rip your face off .

This is NOT a Heavy Metal version of this song. It is his taking this song to a level that is hard to believe while staying true to the original music and tune. It is very tasteful.
There is no screaming, no electric guitars, he just takes a relatively mellow song and turns it into something powerful with his voice.

The guy owns it.





6 comments:

  1. Very tasteful is an understatement, Phil. That's the best cover of a song in the last 20 years. Thank you for posting it.

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  2. Damn, that was good ! Well worth listening to, I've got a new ear worm going on all day I think.

    Thanks !

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  3. This guy nails it. I'm 73 and remember well S & G doing it originally. This version is nothing less than super fantastic!

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