Labor Day Soundtrack: Top 10 Duets & Tributes (Rosanne Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder & more)

//Labor Day Soundtrack: Top 10 Duets & Tributes (Rosanne Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder & more)

Labor Day Soundtrack: Top 10 Duets & Tributes (Rosanne Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder & more)

Rosanne Cash: “Tennessee Flat-Box” (Tribute to her father,  great version and some very moving memorial words by Rosanne, plus 2 lead-guitar solos) Rosanne Cash: “Tennessee Flat-Top Box” (Tribute to Johnny Cash)

Glen Campbell and Johnny Cash: “Tennessee Flat-Top Box” (JC: “We couldn’t get away without lettin’ you hit a few ‘hot licks'” GC: “Well, you gotta get in a few yourself, y’know!”) Glen Campbell and Johnny Cash: “Tennessee Flat Top Box”

Bruce Springsteen & Eddie Vedder: “Better Man” (fun seeing Bruce as a fan of Pearl Jam) Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder: “Better Man”

Bruce Springsteen: “Remember When The Music” (Bruce doing Harry’s great song as a tribute, sharing some of his memories of Harry also) Bruce Springsteen “Remember When The Music”

Willie Nelson and Paul Simon: “Homeward Bound” (Willie Nelson’s great voice is PERFECT for this song!) Willie Nelson and Paul Simon: “Homeward Bound”

Marc Anthony and Paul Simon: (Great duet in NYC – I saw Marc Anthony in the original “Capeman” production on Broadway.  He got the biggest ovation at the end, to which he gave a humble gesture like: “Aw Shucks, I don’t know why everyone likes me the best!”) Marc Anthony and Paul Simon “Bernadette” (from “The Capeman”)

Kris Kristofferson and Johnny Cash: Sunday Morning Coming Down” (Kris Kristofferson flew in for this duet with Johnny Cash on Cash’s Christmas Special) Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson: “Sunday Morning Coming Down”

Eddie Vedder and Michael Stipe: “Man On The Moon” (Boy, is this one fun!  Whose Elvis impression is better, Eddie Vedder’s or Michael Stipe’s?) Eddie Vedder and Michael Stipe “Man On The Moon”

Natalie Merchant and Michael Stipe: “To Sir With Love” (Great duet – Bill Clinton Inauguration Ball) Natalie Merchant and Michael Stipe: “To Sir With Love”

Antonio Carlos Jobim and Frank Sinatra: Bossa nova Medley: (in English and Portuguese) “Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars,” “Change Partners,” “I Concentrate On You,” “Girl From Ipanema” Antonio Carlos Jobim and Frank Sinatra Bossa Nova Medley

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