Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin Cowl Randy Newman’s “I Love LA”

Winter, that sometimes charming burden, will not be shared equally, as Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin reminded us on the eighth and closing evening of Hanukkah with their cowl of Randy Newman’s “I Love LA.”

Like earlier covers in Season 3 of the Hanukkah Collection, “I Love LA” was recorded reside at Los Angeles’ Largo on the Coronet on December fifth. On the time they couldn’t have recognized that the midwest and northeast can be blitzed with snow storms on the finish of the month. However proper now, in case you name a type of space dwelling, it’s exhausting not take personally lyrics equivalent to, “Hate New York Metropolis/ It’s chilly and it’s damp,” and “Let’s go away Chicago to the Eskimos.” Dave, Greg, we hope you get sunburn.

A word accompanying the duvet’s launch reads, “Merry Christmukkah! Our nondenominational present to you on this convergence of vacation cheer for the Jews and the goyim is Randy Newman’s traditional ‘I Love L.A.’ — sung by Dave Grohl!” As this was the ultimate efficiency, Grohl and Kurstin had been joined by the quite a few musicians who joined them for this 12 months’s Hanukkah Periods, together with Beck, Karen O, Jack Black, Kyle Gass, P!NK, and Inara George.

Beforehand within the Hanukkah Collection, Grohl and Kurstin carried out Blood, Sweat & Tears’ “Spinning Wheel” with Apatow, “Get the Get together Began” with P!nk, 10cc’s “The Issues We Do for Love” with Kurstin and George, Janis Ian’s “At Seventeen” with Grohl’s virtually 17-year-old daughter Violet, “E-Professional” with Beck, a duet of “Heads Will Roll” with Karen O, and a canopy of Rush’s “The Spirit of Radio” with Black.

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