I had to actually listen to more of it to confirm. Then I went to Google to make sure. I guess it's been a long time since I heard the song. And for whatever reason I was remembering it differently. Facepalm emoji would go here if I had one. ..The second song was the original, isn't it? Lol. It's the only one I know of.
On this day 9-11 because of the previous conversation,,,,,I am not a fan of Heavy Metal. The many band names of this genre are foreign to me.
I find intriguing the times when a ballad from distortion ensemblers seems as if almost peaceful. Extreme’s “More Than Words”  and Triggerfinger’s interpretation of Lykke Li’s “I Follow Rivers”  come to mind. These bands are normally hard and loud sounding noisemakers. The step-down tones of the lighter songs referenced are actually quite enjoyable even though many who might find these tunes pleasing would not like other melodies produced by these bands.
I happen to listen to an interpretation by the band Disturbed of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” recently. If one were to walk in on the last minute or so of this rendition, one might think the metal singer is just yelling. Perhaps he is. However, the build-up to those final seconds makes the hoarseness seem right. The operatic crescendo of David Draiman’s powerful voice increases almost subtly that the screaming may go unnoticed until the final verse contrasts and brings the rasp back to the measure and quiet of the melody’s inception. May I suggest that you close your eyes when listening to it the first time.
The Sound of Silence
Performed by Disturbed
Written by Paul Simon.
 More Than WordsPerformed by Extreme. Written by Gary Cherobe and Nuno Bettencourt.
 I Follow RiversPerformed by TriggerFinger. Written by Lykke Li, Bjorn Yttling and Rick Nowels.
"Stormy Monday" would be on my list.I would have included as honorable mentions of "It's Not My Cross to Bear", "One Way Out" and "Soulshine."
I can't remember where on the internet I read it but according to Butch Trucks, about a year before the accident Duane almost died of an OD, and while the doctors were working on him Butch prayed that he could pull through for just 1 more year.Could not agree more... imagine what music would be like today if not for that fateful day.
Spotify vrs Amazon music
Right now, I have both. I've had Amazon music for several years because it was convenient to purchase music, but with Amazon Ultimate I rarely need to purchase music. I pay $7 a month for Ultimate ( I think that's what they call it ) instead of the free version that comes with Amazon Prime.
I really like Spotify. I think it sounds better. Easier to navigate. Probably a larger selection than Amazon, not sure about that though.
Im thinkin bout making the jump, but its not an easy thing to do.