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that was interesting, better than the original!
i like it when people remix and re do songs




another good one

When doves cry, The Be Good Tanyas

some more:






 
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leila hamaya wrote

that was interesting, better than the original!
i like it when people remix and re do songs



I thought so too...I think Kronos quartet did a whole album of Metalica covers also....In the early nineties our sons listened to a lot of Metallica in high school and at the same time my mom who had Alzheimers was living with us. She had always been a big band and classical enthusiast but the Alzheimer's for a period caused her to relax about a lot of things including music...I would catch her smiling and tapping her feet to a Metallica song the boys were blasting in the other room
 
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I love your choices in music, Leila.....lots of things I might never run across ordinarily I think we saw the 'be good tanyas' here in our little town several years ago before fame....and I always love bob marley.....

here's a Kronos quartet covering another Metallica song...........(EDIT...I could be wrong on the origin of this song:)

 
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I love music! It's a part of my daily life. Sometimes Jazz music makes me feel angry, but other than that, it's all good.
Classical, punk, old rock, big band, blues, you name it. It's all wonderful.
These are a few videos of music that makes me smile.

This may be my favorite, all time flash mob.
I love this piece and they play it so well.
The number of people involved in this mob, their skill, the smile they bring to the faces of the people, the children... they are so happy and excited....
love love love this

Som Sabadell



This video is actually part of an ad campaign for Canon's new camera.
But these kids have talent! To be able to do the hand work that is in this video in one shot!
Amazing!
And sing and harmonize at the same time!
And I love the feel of this song. It makes me remember dear friends who aren't living close by and my sister who I love more than anything

Epic Patty Cake Song




I love how Joss Stone sings this oldie

Son of a Preacher Man



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Penny, I just watched the first one...wonderful! I love it! thanks.........
 
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oo i like the son of a preacher man =)

i used to listen to kronos a lot long while back, they are certainly very innovative

I think we saw the 'be good tanyas' here in our little town several years ago before fame....and I always love bob marley.....



that mustve been great, i'm really hooked on frazey fords quirky voice =)

they do a lot of covers, their original stuff is good too...



some more covers:


some more lauryn hill:




and i love when people remix like this:

 
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