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Florence + The Machine Brilliantly Tries A Little Tenderness!

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MAGIC! JUST MAGICAL!!

Leave it to MTV's Unplugged to uncover the rarest gems in our favorite musicians!!

Take this for example! Florence + the Machine performed their own little rendition of Otis Redding's Try A Little Tenderness. And needless to say, we're almost in tears…

Won't U enjoy it with us and press play (above)!?!

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7 comments to “Florence + The Machine Brilliantly Tries A Little Tenderness!”

  1. mouse says – reply to this


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    A few days ago, you posted:

    "For MTV's Unplugged, Florence and the Machine performed stripped down versions of their own songs and relayed beautiful renditions of classics such as Johnny Cash's Jackson and the above take on the Otis Redding re-imagining of Try A Little Tenderness.

    Her voice is undeniably haunting, and it's a lovely homage to Otis, but her range does seem a tad limited at times…"

    Why do I still read this site? Bad habits die so hard.



  2. 2

    Ugh, Florence is such a great singer and she did an amazing job on this cover, because this song is hard to sing.



  3. 3

    A lovely voice. Some one that can sing.
    A very good job.
    This song is such a classic.
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    I saw Otis and Aretha perform this song back in '68 in Harlem.
    Not together, separate shows.
    I do love the soulfulness of those two superstars.
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    Otis, Aretha and James Brown are in such a rarified club of excellence.



  4. 4

    painfully constipating. Gave me anxiety



  5. 5

    Beautiful!just i've to say!



  6. 6

    meh



  7. 7

    I adore Florence, but that was so effin' out of tune. dammit.