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Medieval cover versions


Roger_Mellie

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Roger_Mellie

These have started popping up on YouTube, the mention of 'House of the Rising Sun' on the other thread reminded me of it...

Here it is, covered in old French.

Yet again, proving that what makes the west so great is people who do stuff just because they can.

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Roger_Mellie
On 25/08/2020 at 21:29, Loki said:

 

I thought this thread had died a death. Loads of these on Youtube, I think they're great. 

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1 minute ago, Roger_Mellie said:

I thought this thread had died a death. Loads of these on Youtube, I think they're great. 

I just happened to see the title and had heard that one a while back:D

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Bedrag Justesen
10 hours ago, The XYY Man said:

Is there any medieval Morrissey...?

Unlikely.

Up until the early 1900s Salford was barely populated unclaimed land, the few hardy souls living there, mostly dwelt in caves, or hollowed out trees.

I doubt they were writing songs about not going out because they have no clothes to wear, or mincing around with an aspidistra up their bottoms.

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Not quite on thread, but I'm a fan of PostmodernJukebox, which is largely pop songs (from the ages) sung in a vintage style.  Eg,

 

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Frank Hovis

I'd like that @dgul if somebody tied one of the pianist's hands behind him; his part is overkill.

 

This is an impressive technical exercise.  How many songs feature wine glasses as instruments?

 

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Dave Bloke
20 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

I'd like that @dgul if somebody tied one of the pianist's hands behind him; his part is overkill.

 

This is an impressive technical exercise.  How many songs feature wine glasses as instruments?

 

Being the BBC it is probably fake

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Dave Bloke
On 21/07/2020 at 16:15, Roger_Mellie said:

These have started popping up on YouTube, the mention of 'House of the Rising Sun' on the other thread reminded me of it...

Here it is, covered in old French.

Yet again, proving that what makes the west so great is people who do stuff just because they can.

of course the roots of that song go back to the 16th century with the "rising sun" perhaps a reference to Louix 14th (the Sun King)

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