Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Music Mash-Up

Ty Segall's "Goodbye Bread" makes you want to throw a wild NYE party and video tape all the weirdness to make a video just like this. 

Lauryn Hill kills it in their live cover of "Killing Me Softly". How about that belly chain? 

Feel the music in your bones when you watch Bob Marley sing from his soul in this version of "Concrete Jungle". A much needed shot of reggae on a cold snowy winter morning. 

"Les Sucettes" translates to "Lollipops" in English. The song, written  by Serge Gainsbourg and first recorded by France Gall, is full of double entendres and its suggestive lyrics mortified the young pop singer when she later realized the adult undertones of the song. In Gainsbourg's performance, however, the songwriter seems far from embarrassed.

So dark! So dramatic! So 80s! Echo & The Bunnymen's video for "Killing Moon."