There are two types of covers:
1. The type that should be banned
2. The type that should be applauded
Scarlett’s cover of ‘One Sunday Morning’ falls into the second category.
Brave, noisy, and often beautiful, she takes just five minutes, forty-nine seconds to turn Wilco’s twelve minute opus into an uncompromisingly off-kilter hymn, layered umms and ahhs on top of heartbeat-kickdrums, cyclical guitar lines, glockenspiel and various clicks and whirs, retaining the life-and-mortality-heart of Jeff Tweedy’s lyrics.