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Unusual, Weird, Cool, Interesting, Umm . . . Music Videos of the Week – 2010 – Part 3

Unusual, Weird, Cool, Interesting, Umm . . . Music Videos of the Week – Part 3

Here are previous 2010 music video picks of the week:

 

Wasn’t that fantastic? I love the way his bow-tie moves over to make room for the violin. Absolutely amazing.

 

Wow, they’re getting even younger. What amazes me is how his little fingers reach those musical chords when he can’t even climb up onto the piano stool. Just one thought though, whatever happened to playing hide n seek and falling off bicycles?

That’s what you call Street Music. Only in New Orleans . . . unfortunately – I could do with a bit of that playing on the street corner when I go to buy my groceries.

Real “chirpy chappies”. I swear, I thought they were going to burst into a rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – or maybe they did!

Not actually sure what to make of that, I mean, I’m all for keeping tradition alive and everything, but . . . Does anybody know whether their bid was successful? I can’t see Simon Cowell calling them any time soon, can you?

Many of the youngsters of today, even the twenty and thirty somethings might not realise the significance and brilliance of this music video – it was the very first of it’s kind. I remember all piling round to my friends house to watch it,  we just couldn’t believe it. It was, and still is . . . awesome! RIP mate.

Who would have ever believed the phenomenon that is – SuBo! An overnight sensation, thrust straight into the public glare from her small council flat in Scotland which she shared with her cat – Pebbles –  the “Hairy Angel” really has her wings now.

Same name, different song, but what a fantastic sound. A whole choir, full orchestra, wonderful backdrop, makes you feel quite Christmassy – oh, I think that’s the idea.

Makes you come over all patriotic doesn’t it? I was actually lucky enough to attend a live performance of this in the park of a stately home in the UK, with the most amazing firework display over the lake in time with the cannons – a truly memorable evening. The picnic wasn’t bad either!

Thank goodness for the subtitles, what a great idea, we can all join in with this song for the broken hearts.  Wonderful scenery too, a bit like Narnia don’t you think?

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