A very, very rare instance in which a cover song exceeds being a cover song & becomes a stand-alone track of utter emotional depth & beauty. Harriet's balance of low-key tone & outbursts of energy is gorgeous. 
oh hell yeah, it does make you forget it's a cover.
A very, very rare instance in which a cover song exceeds being a cover song & becomes a stand-alone track of utter emotional depth & beauty. Harriet's balance of low-key tone & outbursts of energy is gorgeous.
this is the 90s
i remember opening my first ever back account with about £1 because they were offering free CDs for under 16s and the free CD I chose was the Buffy soundtrack just so I could lie on my bed day in day out and listen to this song. i still have the bank account. i still have the cd. i still love this cover!
That rare cover that is better than the original. I first heard it about 10 years ago in an episode of CSI ("Crash & Burn", Season 3 episode 17) Always loved it, but never got around to tracking it down. I heard it again the other night when flipping around the dial - the movie "Fear" was on and was finally motivated to track it down. (By odd coincidence both "Fear" and CSI feature actor William Petersen)
A very nice cover version, simply beautiful.
Simply flawless. Thank you, Buffy.
One from my "Take-Off" list. Nothing like rising through the clouds in a window seat with this in your ears.
Jesuschrist. THIS IS BEAUTIFUL.
wow. i miss the sundays.
Just watched Fear for the first time and heard this for the first time in it. It's so beautiful, and the scene with the roller coaster when this plays is just magnificent!
Interesting. The nation has a LOT of land there
And their land includes large chunks of the city of Yakima, too. The nation now spells its name Yakama, so I was off by a letter before. I'm sure they still have wild horses as well as some that have been captured to train and ride and even a few for food. I've heard the latter before and don't doubt it. They don't get all their food from the grocery store or from the Columbia in the form of fish.
It's a beautiful scene and rougher looking coat is a clue that it's a free horse. Have you seen any of the video presentations about the Mongolian horses and people? I heard a storyteller recount how he once tracked a wild horse there for days until it let him be closer to get a few hairs from the tail for the bow of his Khuur