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Lazy — piano cover

Can a lady at the piano sound just as badass as Messrs Blackmore, Gillan, Glover, Lord and Paice did back in 1972? Judge for yourself.

This presentation of Vika Yermolyeva‘s work has been brought to you by Editor Emeritus Dave Hodgkinson on behalf of the weird-but-awesome covers department.



23 Comments to “Lazy — piano cover”:

  1. 1
    Larry R. Toering says:

    Yeah I saw it… lovely!

  2. 2
    Martin Correa says:

    I would really consider to marry her! she is really awesome

  3. 3
    Juraj says:

    I like it (her).Thank you Nick.

  4. 4
    dave_wallis says:

    Brilliant!

  5. 5
    dale says:

    Their music is eternal and is like vintage wine it just get better and better with time. Wishing Dr Jon Lord a full recovery.

  6. 6
    Erik Purple69 says:

    well done, lady, swings throughout, just miss…..the band

  7. 7
    Drdp says:

    That was FREAKIN’ AWESOME! “Lazy” is such a cool & BADASS song and hearing it in this manner only points up that fact. I’m sure Jon Lord would love this. Kudos to Vika. Magnificent!

  8. 8
    buttocks says:

    very talented girl, still gives me civers when listing to it. Maybe will replace Lord some day….lol.

  9. 9
    Joanna says:

    Bravo, Vika! As if I heard Jon Lord.

  10. 10
    Purpoz says:

    Outstanding, I thought.

  11. 11
    Syed Shahroll Jamalulail says:

    Well. what else can I say, simply superb. She’s really into it. WOW!!!!!

  12. 12
    Pete says:

    Sounds awsome…

  13. 13
    Tracy Heyder (Zero the Hero) says:

    That’s a mighty fine rendition of one of the best blues tunes ever. I love how she doesn’t only play the keyboard parts but also intertwines the guitar and vocal portions also. I also love how she seems to ‘love’ her piano. ‘Booooiiiiiiiinnnnnngggggg’.

    Cheers

  14. 14
    stoffer says:

    what a talent! what a song!! what a lot of exclamation points!!! but seriously, pretty damn cool…………..

  15. 15
    Rajaseudun Rampe says:

    Good heavens! What a player! And what a piece of music! She is actually living the Lazy. I cannot stop listening to the girl over and over again.

  16. 16
    scott says:

    Nice! The MIJ version BTW.

  17. 17
    Francesco says:

    Semplicemente superba ma ci rendiamo conto che musica i nostri Deep nel lontano 1972 hanno scritto??? brava e bravi tutti!!!

  18. 18
    KIDD PURPLE says:

    ROCK ON!!

  19. 19
    Aggelsopan says:

    Suberb!!!

  20. 20
    MacGregor says:

    Wonderful instrumental, superb playing of the classic. Blackmore was influenced to manipulate that riff, from a Clapton riff from the early live Cream apparently. “Steppin Out” was the tune according to the youtube clip, were he shows a few ideas of those early songs & where they originated from!

  21. 21
    Jack says:

    brilliant !!!! just shows how good this song was and still is!!!!!!!!!

  22. 22
    Kiss Nita says:

    Incredible!!!!!!My dream come true,if this song sing Ondok Patrik.patrik is hungarian Ian Gillan.Check Patrik youtube page:
    http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ondok+patrik&oq=ondok+patrik&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=10234l10422l0l10594l2l2l0l1l0l0l125l125l0.1l1l0

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    Nickolay Vasilyev says:

    Thank you very much Vika, for this version. Your are great, wonderful and fantastical musician. You are very emotional, rhytmical, amazing, unbelievable. We love you! St. Petersburg, Russia

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