Many songs get covered or re-interpreted, the covers often being more successful than the original.

Here are some cover versions of one song along with the original, let us know in the comments which is your favourite, or if you don’t like any of them.

“I Can’t Quit You” is a song written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Otis Rush in 1956.

Otis reworked it for the 1966 release of the compilation album “Chicago/The Blues/Today!”

It has been covered by many acts including:

Savoy Brown’s Blues Band as the B Side to the single “I Tried” in 1965.

Little Milton released his version as a B Side to the single “Grits Ain’t Groceries (All Around The World)” in 1968.

Led Zeppelin on their 1969 debut album “Led Zeppelin”.

Little Milton teamed up Gov’t Mule to record another version for his 1999 album “Welcome To Little Milton”.

Gary Moore on his 2004 album “Power Of The Blues”.

The Rolling Stones included it on their 2016 album “Blue and Lonesome”.


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