ain't got no soul: bad covers of great soul songs

Many a great soul track has suffered some truly egregious desecration. The single example that comes most readily to mind is Huey Lewis's rendering of Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'". Ouch! Rememeber folks, this question does not depend on any emphemeral concepts such as race. To be sure, I'll take Dusty's version of "Son of a Preacher Man" over Aretha's any day. For that matter, limey whiteboys such as Elvis Costello and Paul Weller display a far more instinctive grasp of soul than does, for example, Bobby Brown. Don't disappoint me, I am sure that you can name some real atrocities.
I'd love to have heard a Johnny Cash version of NWA's Fuck the Police preferably done live from San Quentin!
Here is one of my favorites, Love And Rockets doing The Temptations "Ball of Confusion [That's What the World Is Today]".
This morning I heard Grand Funk Railroad's pathetic version of Do The Loco Motion.