How artists can put their own twists and bends. How they can put their own personal mark on a song.
It's a big topic in theater. Playwrights hand over their work, and Lord knows what could happen to it.
The Timmins family, and Gillian and David are some of the most talented musicians today. So, what do you do when your work falls into the hands of "artists" (ahem) less talented?
Honestly? I think I actually like the Junkies version of Powderfinger much better. It's more controlled. Crazy Horse does it like a ride down the Colorado River rapids. Which is their style. But Margo Timmins? She reminds me of something I once heard about James Taylor. She could sing the phone book and make it sound good.
(If you don't know what a phone book is, I can't help you. I guess you could Google it.)