INCREDIBLE Native American Cover Of Unchained Melody Will Blow You Away!

Some of our favorite songs are cover versions. There’s actually more than you might think. Swing music from the ’50s – most of those were covers. Soul and Motown classics, they were often recorded before the big one got famous. Like Aretha Franklin‘s Respect. That was an Otis Redding song. And, of course Adele’s Hello is an old Lionel Ritchie track…

Okay, okay. That last one was a joke, but you get our point. We especially love cover versions that put a new spin on a track. Like, speaking of Adele, this reggae cover. A re-imagining. And we’ve got another great example here. It’s Unchained Melody, a song originally performed by The Righteous Brothers. Brought to you by Inka Gold, a Native American pan flute and guitar act.

Simple, yet stylish. Elegant but talented. We could listen to this excellent version all day long. Enjoy it right here…