101.1 CBS FM's 101 Greatest Covers: 60-41

Hilary Duff once covered The Who‘s “My Generation.” It might go down as the worst cover and largest slap in the face of music in history. Luckily for you, 101.1 CBS FM won’t be playing the worst covers all weekend long, they are playing the the 101 Greatest Covers of All Time.

From The Rolling Stones to Ike and Tina, we have you covered with cover songs.

Now let’s continue our countdown, starting with number 60.

#60 Linda Ronstadt “Hurt So Bad”


Originally released by Little Anthony & The Imperials in 1965.

NEXT PAGE I Like It Like That

#59 The Dave Clarke Five “I Like It Like That”


Originally released by Chris Kenner in 1961.

NEXT PAGE Ooo Baby Baby

#58 Linda Ronstadt “Ooo Baby Baby”


Originally released by The Miracles in 1965.

NEXT PAGE As Tears Go By

#57 The Rolling Stones “As Tears Go By”


Originally released by Marianne Faithfull in 1964.

NEXT PAGE (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me

#56 Naked Eyes “(There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me”


Originally released by Lou Johnson 1964.

NEXT PAGE Land of a Thousand Dances

#55 Wilson Pickett “Land of a Thousand Dances”


Originally released by Cannibal and the Headhunters in 1965.

NEXT PAGE Can Never Say Goodbye

#54 Gloria Gaynor “Can Never Say Goodbye”


Originally released by The Jackson 5 in 1971.

NEXT PAGE This Magic Moment

#53 Jay and the Americans “This Magic Moment”


Originally released by The Drifters in 1960.

NEXT PAGE Only You (And You Alone)

#52 Ringo Starr “Only You (And You Alone)”


Originally released by The Platters in 1954 and re-recorded in 1955.

NEXT PAGE The Letter

#51 Joe Cocker “The Letter”


Originally released by The Box Tops in 1967.

NEXT PAGE Everlasting Love

#50 Carl Carlton “Everlasting Love”


Originally released by Robert Knight in 1967.

NEXT PAGE Another Saturday Night

#49 Cat Stevens “Another Saturday Night”


Originally released by Sam Cooke in 1963.

NEXT PAGE Only Sixteen

#48 Dr. Hook “Only Sixteen”


Originally released by Craig Douglas in 1959.

NEXT PAGE Baby It’s You

#47 Smith “Baby It’s You”


Originally released by The Shirelles in 1961.

NEXT PAGE Mockingbird

#46 Carly Simon & James Taylor “Mockingbird”


Originally released by Inez and Charlie Fox in 1963.

NEXT PAGE How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)

#45 James Taylor “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)”


Originally released by Marvin Gaye in 1964.

NEXT PAGE Lonely Boy

#44 Andrew Gold “Lonely Boy”


Originally released in 1976 by Gold, then re-released in 1977.

NEXT PAGE I Think We’re Alone Now

#43 Tiffany “I Think We’re Alone Now”


Originally released by Tommy James and the Shondells.

NEXT PAGE (Love Is Like a) Heat

Wave

#42 Linda Ronstadt “(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave”


Originally released by Martha and the Vandellas in 1963.

NEXT PAGE Cupid

#41 The Spinners “Cupid”


Originally released by Sam Cooke in 1961.

Make sure you listen in all weekend long to 101.1 CBS FM for the countdown of the 101 Greatest Covers of All Time.

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