Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Jun 8, 2006.
Foos and Joan Jett. Bad Reputation
Ukrainian folk version of "Highway to Hell."
Without rival, my favorite is always going to be Danzig/Shakira doing 'Hips Don't Lie'.
The video is genius. They sync the wolf belting out "GO!" and the "Closed captioned for the Danzig impaired" is brilliant. Especially when it stops trying to type what he sings, and just puts "... and everything's so unexpected... wadda wadda lefffit (???)".
Lifelong Misfits & Samhain fan, so this probably brings me far more joy than it would to the average listener who only knows his song "Mother".
Tom Petty, Eddie Vedder & The Heartbreakers - The Waiting
Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra - Polly
Not so much an unexpected duet, as it is a welcome one
Chris Cornell covers Whitney's cover of Dolly.
That is a wonderful cover, but then he could recite the alphabet and I'd be happy.
William Shatner and Henry Rollins.
Taylor Swift covers Eminem ("Lose Yourself") and Uncle Kracker ("Smile") in Grand Rapids, Michigan
"Sweet Home Chicago" - B.B. King, Barack Obama, and co.
I'm going spoiler free til the PBS show airs at the end of the month.
Small flying robots (literally, that's not some obscure band name) play the James Bond theme.
That's pretty awesome. I saw some large earthbound robots play last year:
Kurt Elling's vocalese adaption of John Coltrane's 'Resolution' from "A Love Supreme"
Mick Jagger & Jeff Beck pay tribute at the White House to the recently departed Howlin' Wolf guitarist Hubert Sumlin (Commit a Crime).
Corrine Bailey Rae - Venus As a Boy
*listens to this again* Proof that orchestras and choirs can do no wrong.
Both a duet and a cover.
Crowded House and Run DMC. Not a mashup.
The Faces cover Etta James. Marvelous.
The Killers cover Crowded House. Sing-along-tastic.