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Lord, Can You Hear Me? (6:23)

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  • When I say "female singers" - I mean a female backing choir for the chorus
  • This is the best version of the song. The Spacemen 3 original needed a choir (though as PartySanCTG points out, it's probably just Mimi multi-tracked/reverbed up), and the Spiritualized version is a bit OTT rock opera. I think Low have got it just right, though some more female singers wouldn't have got amiss
  • sp3 version is the best
  • I don't know if that's a choir... it sounds more like Mimi on heavy reverb to me...
  • Second best version. This one is good, but hollow (choir is weak, singer can't match Jason's vulnerability and honesty). Sp3 version has too much soul and emotion to be even touchable by a cover.
  • I agree with the others here. This is the best version of this song I've heard. Spiritualized version was over the top.
  • Low covering Spacemen 3! Match made in Heaven for me.
  • Good point. The original Spacemen 3 version sounded unfinished (well, duh, it was Spacemen 3! Did they *ever* record a song properly?) to the point of really undermining a lovely song, whereas Spiritualized just vaulted past the restraint of Ladies and Gentlemen and straight into ghastly, garish Wall of Sound overproduction. So, naturally, that means Low's cover is the best.
  • out of Spacemen 3, Spiritualized and Low version---- I think the low version is the most beautiful.
  • Yes, I can hear you.

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