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(Huntington, WV)
Posted: Jun 15, 2018 2:55

A 10 for the production quality. This sounds like something that would be used to check out a high end audio system. 
(Somewhere in Germany...)
Posted: Jun 15, 2018 2:22

Just rated a 9.
But i would give a ten to the Elvis live version from 1973 (Aloha from Hawaii)
(Novi Sad, Serbia)
Posted: Mar 12, 2018 7:42

I also like Rita Moreno version with the Animal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoIZQh1IjI8
Posted: Feb 11, 2018 23:50

Diversity - good
Divisiveness - bad
Divergence - not allowed at this time{#Exclaim}

Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Wave} ..... don't yer just :)
Posted: Mar 15, 2014 6:19

 msymmes wrote:
Just love the diversity on RP !
{#Wave} ..... don't yer just :)
(emphasis added)
(The Blue Planet)
Posted: Jan 14, 2018 15:31

Apparently chicks were born to give you fever.
(Hillsboro - somewhere in southern Ohio)
Posted: Nov 16, 2017 13:39

(West Hollywood, CA)
Posted: Sep 16, 2017 17:10

Are those fingers snapping?
(Hillsborough, Northern Ireland)
Posted: May 17, 2017 7:11

Peggy,  it's not a fever you got. Nowadays we call it Chlamydia and a course of Penicillin will cure it.
Posted: May 17, 2017 7:06


(Connecticut, US)
Posted: May 17, 2017 7:06

Just got the chills. Signs of a fever?
(Eugene Oregon)
Posted: Nov 14, 2016 13:25

 Chrisjea wrote:
Just great

what is amazing is 14 folks gave this a 1!!!!!  yikes
Posted: Oct 14, 2016 10:03

Just great
Posted: Oct 14, 2016 10:02

 idiot_wind wrote:
For some reason, this doesn't sound like 1960. 

  does it sound like before or after 1960? here's what wiki says

In May 1958, Peggy Lee recorded a cover version of the song in Hollywood, which featured significantly rewritten lyrics composed by Lee herself without credit. "Fever" was not included on Lee's album Things Are Swingin' when it was first released in 1959; however it was listed as a bonus track on its 2004 reissue release. The uncopyrighted lyrics by Lee featured historical invokings (including the verses beginning "Romeo loved Juliet," and "Captain Smith and Pocahontas") are now generally thought of as a standard part of the song, and have been included in most subsequent covers of "Fever".

Lee's cover, most likely arranged by the singer herself (despite the official credit to conductor Jack Marshall) was a more slow-tempo version than the original; it was described as being in "torchy lounge" mode, accompanied only by bass (played by Joe Mondragon) and a very limited drum set (played in part with fingers by Shelly Manne), while the finger snaps were provided by the singer herself, by Howard Roberts, the guitarist for the date, who set aside his guitar for this number, or possibly even by the producer, Dave Cavanaugh. Lee's rendition was further described as "smooth, sultry". It is written in the key of A Minor in a medium swing tempo with 135 beats per minute; Lee's vocals span from the musical note of G3 to B4.

(near Alpha Centauri, then the next left!)
Posted: Sep 01, 2016 8:41


Posted: Aug 12, 2016 13:57

For some reason, this doesn't sound like 1960. 
Posted: Jun 10, 2016 1:54

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
What's really cool about this song is how stripped down it is. A nice, fairly simple bass line, spartan drum work, clicks and her vocals. 

For me, it's a perfect 10. Never get tired of this. Every detail is just right
(Somewhere in Kuwait)
Posted: Apr 06, 2016 23:20

That sounds sweet!  Hadn't heard this version before.  Don't know how I missed it.
(San Diego)
Posted: Mar 09, 2016 20:20

 AndyJ wrote:
She owns this... The others who do this song are always in comparison...All do it well, but this version is slowed just right for her voice

the next best is the Cramps version. No one owns it like Lux.
Posted: Dec 02, 2015 18:14

and in many cultures such a song, and such honesty is forbidden. Sad.
Posted: Apr 27, 2015 1:26

What's really cool about this song is how stripped down it is. A nice, fairly simple bass line, spartan drum work, clicks and her vocals.