In 1972, Townes Van Zandt recorded “If I Needed You” on his album The Late Great Townes Van Zandt. Nine years later, Emmylou Harris enlisted the help of Don Williams for a duet on the song. It was then released ...

The height of Carpenter’s approach was “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her,” from 1992’s Come On, Come On. The song was both a high-water mark for Carpenter’s career in the nascent ’90s country movement. By the standard steel-guitars-and-keyboards approach used in many of ...

Undoubtedly, “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” is one of the most repetitively recorded songs, the most with numerous versions and covers. As a matter of fact, the song even reached the different music genres. Of course, it was reimagined by the ...

Don McLean released the song in 1970 which captured the hearts of millions. On the other hand, it was Elvis Presley’s trademark song in 1975. Both outpoured their emotions with different lines of attack. Nevertheless, their executions were outstanding. Undeniably, ...