April 5, 2006

Coverville 195: Cover to Cover Interview: Richard Cheese

Tonight is a very special treat, as I get some time with the Big Cheese of lounge music covers songs. Richard Cheese. You'll hear about his background, his future plans for the francheese, er franchise, and his true feelings for Paul Anka:

Title (with link to iTunes, if available) Artist Album (with link to Amazon.com, if available) Original Artist
Brass Monkey Richard Cheese Aperitif for Destruction The Beastie Boys
Creep Richard Cheese Sunny Side of the Moon: The Best of Ricard Cheese Radiohead
Are You Gonna Be My Girl Richard Cheese I'd Like a Virgin Jet
Only Happy When It Rains Richard Cheese Lounge Against the Machine Garbage
Yellow Richard Cheese I'd Like a Virgin Coldplay
Sunday Bloody Sunday Richard Cheese Aperitif for Destruction U2

41 minutes |

Back Beat Media Posted by bibbott at April 5, 2006 7:07 PM
Comments

Brian, You should hear a guy in Oz called Bob Downe. He is a lounge singer from the 70's - beautifully recreated by Mark Trevorrow

Posted by: Robert at April 6, 2006 12:47 AM

Hi Brian,

Richard Cheese? Richard Cheese?? - Who to f*** is Richard Cheese??? ;)

Please-please-please play the "real" Swinging-Cover-King(s):
The Mike Flowers Pops!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.mikeflowerspops.com/


bb
Heiko

PS: tnx for your great work :)

Posted by: Heiko at April 6, 2006 6:41 AM

Richard Cheese is the King! I've been and always will be a loyal fan of his. Thank you, Brian, for doing this show.

Posted by: Antonio at April 6, 2006 11:15 AM

Cheeze is the Whiz!

I actually just downloaded a bunch of his songs from my emusic account; cheaper than iTunes...

Posted by: Dan Wood at April 6, 2006 12:42 PM

Great stuff Brian, though no "baby got back", that I know Mr C has performed live? Taking nothing away from the fabulous (other) Mr C, Richard C's version also rockswings!!

But hey, who's complaining...onward and upward to 200...

Wayne

Posted by: wayne at April 6, 2006 5:25 PM

Wow, great episode. I had never even heard of Richard Cheese before, but now I'm hooked. Keep up the good work! Thanks!

Posted by: Dan at April 6, 2006 6:49 PM

Nice work, Brian! Great music and a great interview. Definately an interesting guy...hilarious that he doesn't care about the truth. Who needs the truth when comedy is at stake.

Posted by: MKinMotion at April 7, 2006 12:33 AM

Oh dear... I note that Rhapsody's list of RC's influences lists... Paul Anka. Anka, of course, wrote the lyrics "I did it his way."

Posted by: Andrew at April 8, 2006 10:59 AM

one of the best shows so far.... really amusing interview. thanks.

Posted by: marco at April 11, 2006 4:53 PM
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