A fugue based on Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance:
Dusti-N performs a beautiful piano cover of a series of songs from Conan The Barbarian (1982), which includes: The Leaving, Wifeing and The Search.
The Search, from the original movie:
The Puppini Sisters perform a cover of the World War II song, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy:
Blondie covers an old Buddy Holly song. The lip-synching on this one is much better than a lot of their other “live” videos.
Clare Worcester performs a piano cover of the Blake’s 7 Theme. Somewhat melancholy in places — which seems appropriate given the series’ ending.
The original theme from season 1 of Blake’s 7:
Not the best cover I’ve ever heard of The Third Man Theme, but they seemed to be having fun with it:
Fourteen-year-old Patricia Janeckova performs a beautiful cover of Ennio Morricone’s Once Upon A Time In The West at the Miss Reneta student competition in the Czech Republic:
John Williams’ The Imperial March, covered in a piano duet by Jukka Nykänen & Marko Hilpo of Finland:
The original Imperial March, with an amazing music video featuring scenes from the original Star Wars trilogy:
Myuunji performs kind of a creepy version of Disney’s It’s A Small World.
Fourteen-year-old Tina S performs an electric guitar cover of the 3rd Movement from Vivaldi’s Summer:
A more traditional performance on the violin by Nigel Kennedy. (Gee whiz, he dresses like a hobo…)
Metallica performs a heavy metal cover of Ennio Morricone’s The Ecstasy Of Gold:
The original Ecstasy of Gold scene from The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly:
The Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra performs various Star Trek themes. In order of appearance:
- Main Theme from Star Trek (The Original Series)
- Main Theme from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- The Inner Light from Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Main Theme from Star Trek: Voyager
- Main Theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
I understand this orchestra has been disbanded due to the current budgetary problems in Greece. Pity to hear that.
Van Halen does a cover of Roy Rogers‘ Happy Trails, in the manner of a barbershop quartet:
I recall singing this to the Lunghwa day class during their graduation dinner in 2007 (or 2008).
The old Blondie song gets the ’60s treatment in this bilingual cover by She & Him (Zooey Deschanel & M. Ward):
The original Sunday Girl by Blondie. Debbie Harry sure looks partied-out at the beginning of this performance…