“Marigold” by Nirvana's Dave Grohl
Dave Grohl originally recorded “Color Pictures of a Marigold” in 1990, under his pseudonym Late!, approximately three months after the drummer joined Nirvana. In 1993, while working on In Utero, Grohl decided to re-record the song, now simply titled “Marigold,” with his new band mates, or at least one of them. Grohl sang and played drums, while Krist Novoselic assisted on bass; Kurt Cobain was absent from the studio that day, which is probably one of the reasons why the song didn’t make it on the album. Instead, it was the b-side to “Heart-Shaped Box” and holds the distinction of being the only Nirvana song not sung by Cobain (assuming you don’t count the intro to “Territorial Pissings,” which I originally thought was recited by Weird Al, not Novoselic).