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RE: Music Videos - Tusk - 02-28-2014

Sure they're Prefab, but love the movie and music really catch the vibe of the time








RE: Music Videos - midnightblues - 03-05-2014




RE: Music Videos - john - 03-13-2014

Not music - Stevie and Christine try to wish Warner Bros a happy birthday



RE: Music Videos - Miguel - 03-14-2014

That was interesting. And timely.

Their anniversary is coming up:

Quote:Founded: March 19, 1958

I tweeted it to Alex Wilhelm.


There is a promo with music at the end. It mentions the Cotton Bowl (which is in Dallas). The interesting thing about the promo is it's dated 5-13-77. The show was the Cotton Bowl Jam 2 held 7-23-78. So the promo was produced more than a year in advance.

"Notes: Billy Thorpe not included on the official concert tee. "Children Of The Sun" was all over KZEW back then."




RE: Music Videos - john - 03-26-2014

Rhiannon edition

Buckingham-Nicks Pre Fleetwood Mac performances


Still too fast for my taste but love Stevie's spirit toward the end.


From The Dance 1997. A favorite of mine.


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RE: Music Videos - john - 03-29-2014

Sade

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2011 Buenos Aires



RE: Music Videos - Tusk - 03-30-2014

Harry forwarded this to me .... wow, when they finally get into the song Cool

Quote:2 Men With Their Cellos Produce The Most Incredible Song Cover Ever! This Will Blow Your Mind

A cover of AC/DC's Thunderstruck on cellos


The Original



RE: Music Videos - Miguel - 03-30-2014

I saw your tweet and watched the video. And their version of "Smooth Criminal."



Quote:Šulić, born in Maribor, SR Slovenia (now Slovenia)[3] and Hauser, born in Pula, SR Croatia (now Croatia), both classically trained musicians, met at a master class in Croatia while still in their teens.

...The duo rose to fame after their cover of "Smooth Criminal" became a hit on YouTube,[5] receiving over three million views in the first two weeks[4] and over ten million views in all.[6] The creation of the music video was prompted by the cellists' financial difficulties, despite their musical success in the UK. The duo met in Pula, where one of Hauser's friends, a director, proposed that they try the pop music market by creating a video to "Smooth Criminal." The video, originally posted on 20 January 2011,[7] features Šulić and Hauser facing off alone in a large white room, playing Jackson's tune.[4] In fact, before they became partners, the two cellists were sometimes considered rivals, competing against each other in music contests.

Quote:2Cellos is currently signed to record label, Sony Masterworks,[8] and finished recording their first album in May 2011,[9] which carried the Menart Records name in Croatia.[10] Released on 19 July 2011,[11] their debut eponymous album, includes covers of songs by U2, Guns N' Roses, Nine Inch Nails, Sting, Coldplay, Nirvana, Muse, and Kings of Leon. Hauser told la Repubblica that the album would also feature a cello version of Michael Jackson's "Human Nature."[4] The duo said that they chose songs that could be adapted into covers playable on only two cellos.[12] In anticipation of the release, 2Cellos released their second single "Welcome to the Jungle," a cover of the Guns N' Roses song of the same name.

...Their second studio album, entitled In2ition, came out early 2013, and features new twists on a diverse range of classic tracks with a few surprise vocal and instrumental duet partners including Elton John, Lang Lang, Naya Rivera, Steve Vai, Sky Ferreira and Zucchero. The album was produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin (Peter Gabriel, KISS, Pink Floyd). Other tracks include covers of AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" featuring Vai, Coldplay's "Clocks" featuring Lang Lang, Muse's "Supermassive Black Hole" featuring Rivera, an Italian version of "The Book of Love" by The Magnetic Fields entitled "Il Libro Dell'Amore" featuring Zucchero, Karl Jenkins' "Benedictus", and "Oh Well" featuring Sir Elton.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2Cellos


RE: Music Videos - john - 03-31-2014

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RE: Music Videos - john - 04-03-2014

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