Rollerblade bottle tunes

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Michel Lauzière |
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Michel Lauzière rollerblading along a street lined with strategically placed and filled bottles. The tune is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's ‘Symphony No. 40 in G minor, 1st movement, 1st theme’.

Food Job

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Enrico Ascoli | Sound Design
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Interferenze Festival 2010 – Click'n food. A total immersion in the culinary tradition of Irpinia in a performance divided on different synaestetic levels (taste, smell, tough, sight, hearing) based on a real time recording with panoramics and piezolectric microphones of resonances captured during food preparation.

Stand by Me

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Playing For Change | 2011
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From the award-winning documentary, ‘Playing For Change: Peace Through Music’, comes the first of many ‘songs around the world’ being released independently. Featured is a cover of the Ben E. King classic by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it travelled the globe.

Bad As Me

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Tom Waits | 2011
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You’re the head on the spear
You’re the nail on the cross
You’re the fly in my beer
You’re the key that got lost
You’re the letter from Jesus on the bathroom wall
You’re mother superior in only a bra
You’re the same kind of bad as me...

Glass Harp

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Robert Tiso
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Toccata and fugue in D minor by J. S. Bach played on glass harp (musical glasses) by Robert Tiso. Recorded and mixed at Blocco A, Italy by Giulio Ragno Favero and Giovanni Ferliga.

Beat Box

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Beardyman | 2009
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Beardyman is my beloved beat boxer. Here in Edinburgh Comedy Festival, 2009. Live in the Underbelly; the full show. Absolutely brilliant!

Balada de la Trompeta

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Raphael | 1971
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Spanish star Rafael Martos was born in May 5, 1942. At the age of nine, Raphael came in first place at a children's festival where contestants from all over Europe were competing. In 1966, Raphael represented Spain at Eurovisión's festival with his song ‘Yo Soy Aquel’ and one more time the following year with ‘Hablemos de Amor’. The song in this video is from the move ‘Sin un adiós’, 1971.

Southbound Pachyderm

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Primus
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Music video by Primus performing ‘Southbound Pachyderm’ from the 1995 record ‘Tales From the Punchbowl’. Primus is all about Les Claypool; there isn't a moment on any of their records where his bass isn't the main focal point of the music, with his vocals acting as a bizarre side-show. They are a post-punk Rush spiked group with the sensibility and humor of Frank Zappa.

Business Time

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Flight of the Conchords
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Flight of the Conchords, New Zealand's self-proclaimed ‘fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo a cappella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo’, first took shape in Wellington. Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (musician/funnyman and funnyman/musician, respectively) started crafting their unique, two-man comedy mélange in 2002, while the two were living together as college roommates.

Guitarrr

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Peter Nalitch
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This funny amateur clip was made by the russian Peter Nalitch in 2008 and published on YouTube. Without any commercial promotion it was watched more than one million times and became highly popular. On November 2008 he presented his first album and in 2010 Peter Nalitch & Friends represented Russia on Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, with the song ‘Lost and forgotten’.

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