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This Guy Is A God With A Ukulele
Beatles Conspiracy: Did They Cover Up Paul's 1966 Death? Photo Gallery - Paul McCartney or an Imposter? - Conspiracies on truTV Beatles Conspiracy: Did They Cover Up Paul's 1966 Death? Photo Gallery - Paul McCartney or an Imposter? - Conspiracies on truTV Paul McCartney or an Imposter? EPA/Landov When Paul McCartney was recently fêted by President Obama at the White House and given a lifetime-achievement award by the Kennedy Center, no one mentioned that he may, in fact, have died years ago—and been replaced by a double. It's all part of an elaborate conspiracy theory that some music buffs have kept alive since Paul's alleged accidental death in 1966. Paul McCartney (1942-1966?) Getty Images
5 Years Time on Vimeo
Octobass on Vimeo
Top 10 Strangest Musical Instruments Top 10 Strangest Musical Instruments When most of us think of a musical instrument, we might think of a guitar, a piano or even a set of drums. All normal enough instruments to be sure, but there are stranger musical instruments out there. These strange instruments may not produce a melodious quality we would expect, but certainly they will make you look, if not listen, twice. 10. Nano Guitar Musical instruments don’t get any smaller than this.
America by West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast) | Theater GEEK | LaShnike | 8tracks
WINNING!: Musician turns Pi into music - The Feed (CBS) - If you haven't surmised for yourself already from my postings, have I ever mentioned that I am a humongous geek? This video is precisely the kind of thing I get goosebumps over - a musician, Michael John Blake, converts the mathematical number Pi into music!! The music starts at 47 seconds into the video and builds towards an amazing crescendo, but it's also worthwhile to see the explanation for how the conversion occurs. WINNING!: Musician turns Pi into music - The Feed
The Most Overused Rhyme in Music [VIDEO]
Who Am I - Casting Crowns
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Classical Barbie Girl - CollegeHumor video
"Flight of the Bumblebee on 101 Bottles!" on The Cool, The Fad(s), And The Cuddly
Weird Al Yankovic Was the Valedictorian of His Class in High School Today I found out Weird Al Yankovic was the valedictorian of his class at Lynwood High School, which is just outside of Los Angeles. In addition to this, he graduated high school at just 16 years old. He was able to do so because his parents had him attend kindergarten a year earlier than is typical. Weird Al Yankovic Was the Valedictorian of His Class in High School
FAO Schwarz - Big Piano - une vidéo Music
PS22 CHORUS 2009 "Viva La Vida" by COLDPLAY
Elton Johns Improvisation
MULTIPLY (IN A MINOR KEY) by Jamie Lidell - happy playlist
Trent Reznor: 'I steal music too' Trent Reznor: 'I steal music too' Wants to offer $4 dollar album downloads at a bitrate of your choice, and blames the record industry for its own problems by having ripped off customers for so many years. NIN seems to be leading the way for how the music industry of the future should be, taking on high priced CD albums and mindless record label execs bent on getting every nickel and dime it can get no matter what the cost to its music artists and image. Last week I wrote about one of NIN’s blog postings in which Trent Reznor, the band’s outspoken frontman, railed against overpriced CDs and lamented that “No wonder people steal music.” Apparently while on a sojourn in Australia he browsed the racks of a brick and mortar CD store (guess at least one country still has them) and was angered by the fact that his new “Year Zero” album was retailing for $29 USD.
Country Internet Radio: Listen to Streaming Country Music Online
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and Gamer Girls get their own song
The New Internet-Friendly OK Go Music Video Is Here
The Music Time Machine
Halloween Light Show 2010 HD - This is Halloween ( Marilyn Manson )
Tennessee ernie ford - sixteen tons - une vidéo Music
Cole Gerst presents Mayer Hawthorne's "Your easy lovin' ain't pleasin' nothin'"
Julien Neel - The Incredible One-Man Barbershop Quartet
you are a pirate! (do what you want cause a pirate is free...) - flash
Dion And The Belmonts - Runaround sue
The Piano - Amazing Short - Animation by Aidan Gibbons, Music by Yann Tiersen
Blue Skies" live at Le Petit Theatre
Amazing One-Man-Band Street Performer in Croatia (Cigo Man Band)
uWall.tv | Listen to a Wall of Music
tziporela - 'Supermarket', by ציפורלה Ensemble and Adam Sanderson
Manfred mann - Do wah diddy
WHERE IS MY MIND (THE PIXIES COVER) by Maxence Cyrin
arto tuncboyaciyan coke bottle
DiegoStocco - Bassoforte
Fuck you" Sign language performance
Back in September, Vulture — armed only with a track list and the knowledge that Taylor Swift never, ever makes up anything up for her tales of young love and heartbreak — tried to guess what each song on Swift's new album, Speak Now, was about. We were way off! (For example: “The Story of Us” is not even a little bit about late-nineties Bruce Willis–Michelle Pfeiffer rom-com The Story of Us. Go figure.) Vulture Attempts to Figure Out Who Each Song on the Taylor Swift Album Is About Vulture Attempts to Figure Out Who Each Song on the Taylor Swift Album Is About
Amazing street beatbox and voice loop performance
Balloon guitar and box
Soul-Toons Ep. I
North Dakota Bois (California Gurls Parody)
They Are Weird: Pale kid raps fast
lets dance a little - simple blueprint
Choir / bike flashmob Central Station Brussels
"Family Man" on Vimeo
Pure Beauty
in Bb 2.0 - a collaborative music/spoken word project in Bb 2.0 - a collaborative music/spoken word project In Bb 2.0 is a collaborative music and spoken word project conceived by Darren Solomon (website / twitter) and developed with contributions from users. The videos can be played simultaneously -- the soundtracks will work together, and the mix can be adjusted with the individual volume sliders. Learn more in the FAQ. You may also enjoy marker/music, another music, video and spoken word project, produced in collaboration with NSU in South Dakota. Contact!
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