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12/4/09 – “Devil In His (Her) Heart” Cat Fight!

Posted: December 4th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: R&B, Rock n' Roll | Tags: , , , , , , , | 5 Comments »

Devil In His (Her) Heart

Curiosity over an original version of a song is always sparked when a major group covers a relatively obscure tune.  This is what happened in the UK when the Beatles chose to include the Donays’ “Devil In His Heart” on their 2nd UK LP, “With The Beatles”.  The Donays’ original had sold moderately well in Michigan, but failed to make the US national charts.  This week, you have the opportunity to compare both versions of this classic R&B tune, side by side and vote for the one you truly DIG THE MOST!

Also, there’s a little tribute at the end of the show to legendary rock producer Bob Keane, who passed away this week at 87!

Which One Do You DIG The MOST? - "Devil In His (Her) Heart"

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5 Comments on “12/4/09 – “Devil In His (Her) Heart” Cat Fight!”

  1. 1 Yum Yum said at 6:52 pm on December 4th, 2009:

    The Beatles those groovy guys from Liverpool England !! Yum Yum

  2. 2 virginia said at 10:12 pm on December 4th, 2009:

    Sorry Yum Yum I have to vote for The Donays. This was a tough one Matt thank you for all of your trouble. Posting these FNCF’s has to take up a lot of your time.

  3. 3 timevac3 said at 10:31 pm on December 4th, 2009:

    This one went to the Beatles. You can tell it’s a great tune from the Donay’s version, but the Beatles tightened it up and made it more cohesive. Another demonstration of why they were so great.

  4. 4 renokenn said at 12:09 am on December 5th, 2009:

    I have a tin ear when it comes to the Beatles, never understood their greatness. Don’t chastise me, I’ve heard it from many sources. I chose the Donays.

  5. 5 Sierra said at 8:18 am on December 5th, 2009:

    The Beatles hands down for me, and wow, I got some agreement! Both were good though; never had heard that song by anyone else. Sounded like some of the girls’ groups in the early 60’s.

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