Post Modern Jukebox - an new spin on old music with...

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  1. Dingman

    Dingman Do you know where your towel is?

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    A current pop-artist style? I like it! Earworm warning!
    I can't quite figure out how this guy (Scott Bradlee) comes up with this stuff, but I like it. If you haven't heard of PMJ, they started a few years ago in Scott's living room, but the recording and production seems good, so they sure aren't amateurs. Scott is the arranger and plays the piano - he can tickle those ivorys!
    For example, here is Guns'n'Roses "Sweet Child 'o mine", re-arranged into old New Orleans style? It's good!


    Or, take "Careless Whisper - Vintage 1930's Jazz Wham! Cover with Dave Koz" - where they recruited Dave Koz for the sax, and I can't get enough of his sound. Fun stuff.


    If you are curious, keep watching their videos, I think it's great - "Puddles the Clown with the Golden Voice" was an unexpected pleasure (he has a unique style, LOL)


    And more....


     
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    Yep I have known about this one for a while and it's one of my favorites.


    All About That [Upright] Bass - Meghan Trainor Cover - Postmodern Jukebox ft. Kate Davis

     
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  3. Johnno_Oz

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    Really good! A good song has a good melody and fits well in all genres.

    Here's another version of Creep- Frank Sinatra style.

     
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    s-petersen Scott Subscriber

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    A different version of "All about the Bass" I like it!
     
  5. bigx5murf

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    I love these guys enough to purchase a few albums. Unfortunately all mastered pretty poorly.
     

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