A couple of years ago I posted a slowed down, 33rpm, version of Neko Case’s “Deep Red Bells” which effectively transforms the already gothic tune into an even more surreal experience. The always on point Diddywah recently dropped a similar experiment with Wanda Jackson’s “Funnel Of Love,” as heard at 33rpm. The results are nothing less than incredible.

Speaking of, when is that new, Jack White produced, Wanda Jackson album supposed to be coming out?

MP3: Wanda Jackson :: Funnel Of Love (at 33rpm)

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16 Responses to “Wanda Jackson :: Funnel Of Love…As Heard at 33rpm”

  1. dude. try this trick on ccr’s version of “i put a spell on you” asap.

  2. @Daniel, heard that before! Yes, amazing. Dont have that ripped digitally, but would post it here on AD if I did.

  3. I’m trying to figure out what guy she sounds like at 33 rpm. I think it may be Mick Jagger.

  4. total american mick jagger!

  5. http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/wanda-jackson-talks-about-the-party-aint-over-album-cover-revealed-2010-11-01

  6. also… try this with diana ross’s “touch me in the morning”. creepy as shit.

  7. Wanda just got an agent, so be on the lookout for tour dates

  8. I did this to Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” back in the ’80s with pretty good results.

  9. Her album with Jack White is coming out January 25th.

  10. Sounds kinda like The Box Tops, doesn’t it?

  11. Try lowering the pitch on Lennon albums, makes for a whole new listen.

  12. Is there any way you can re-post “Deep Red Bells” 33rpm?

  13. @Dan – I dont have it anymore. I had created it via Audacity and the file was lost in an HD crash. Sounds amazing.

  14. Sounds like a blend of Chris Isaac and Rick Nelson on Valium
    I think David Lynch might also be amused

  15. http://www.texturemagazine.ca/parkerThiessen.html

    theres a few gooooders on here, slowed down.

  16. My favorite was ‘My Sharona” slowed down… that is one heavy-ass guitar lick and the vocals sound like a very large black man…

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