A Wuhan Musical Interlude

I am thoroughly and completely sick of this Wuhan virus and the attacks on our individual freedoms.

So I’m using this post to steer away from the misery in order to throw out some very talented artists.

This is a video of cellist Samara Ginsberg performing a very tasty multi-track rendition of the Inspector Gadget theme song on cello. She does an excellent job. That theme song really takes me back.

Samara did the sections in pieces and combined them for the final result. The piece is perfect in every way.

Wow, this woman is simply incredible.

There’s more below the fold…

Not to be outdone, a Finnish bluegrass band made an amazing cover of one of AC/DC’s most famous – and one of my favorite – songs.

This is a video of very cleverly named Finnish bluegrass band Steve ‘n’ Seagulls performing a cover of Guns N’ Roses’ timeless party banger ‘Paradise City’.

Keep going for this cover, as well as ‘November Rain’ and AC/DC’s ‘Thunderstruck’.

Kyle watched this – he loves the song as well – and said the spoons made it worthwhile.

Enjoy the rest of your day.

9 thoughts on “A Wuhan Musical Interlude

  1. As you say, those are some great covers of equally great tunes. The most incredible cover that I’ve ever seen and heard is of “All Along The Watchtower” by musicians from all over the world from a project called Playing For Change. Even the part played and sung by an American Indian tribe grew on me after a while. The cinematography is also breathtaking………….

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  2. But wait, there’s more.
    Young lady covering Thunderstruck on the bagpipes.

    2CELLOS also covered it.

    And a young lady from Republic of Korea playing it on a string instrument called a Gayaguem.

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    1. I got the 2CELLOS link wrong, but the Harp Twins are well worth a listen.

      I would have said that I would pay good money to not hear bagpipes, but like so many other things, was wrong.

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  3. John, you added some great stuff. I love the woman on the bagpipes. All of them were good. I spent an hour on the bagpipe lady’s channel.

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