In this video, MonotoneTim converted The Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive to MIDI: the sound of the song, rather than its individual notes. The result, an endless mash of piano noises, eerily and rather unpleasantly replicates everything in the track, right down to Barry Gibb's falsetto vocals. Show More Summary
Post by Nanci Theoret. Our moms had the Beatles, the Bee Gees, and the Bay City Rollers (don’t ask). But for us tweens and teens in the 1990s, it was all about 'N Sync, Justin, JC, and their boy band mates. We could barely wait for their latest CD (remember those?) and practiced every choreographed step in our bedrooms (or was that just me?). Show More Summary
Where is the girl I loved all along?
Did you know State Library of Queensland has recently acquired an extremely rare issue of the Bee Gees debut album, The Bee Gee’s Sing and Play 14 Songs by Barry Gibb to add to its collection of Bee Gees recordings? This valuable album is the second pressing on Leedon / Calendar label. The original issue of... Read more
[Content Note: There is a strobe-light effect in this video.] The Bee Gees: "You Should Be Dancing"
Besides being arguably the sexiest man in the movies right now (come on, those lips!), Tom Hardy has offered indisputable proof that he’s a boss when it comes to the fine art of lip syncing to pop hits. The now-hirsute 37-year-old actor, who’ll soon be seen as the murderous (and possibly bisexual) Kray twins in […]
Mad Max mimics songs Wu-Tang Clan, The Beach Boys, Whitney Houston, Bee Gees, and more.
In 1979, the Bee Gees were busy extricating themselves from the growing backlash against the decade's biggest phenomenon – disco. Arguably the biggest recording act on the planet, the brothers Gibb (Barry, Maurice and Robin) attempted to move past the dance-floor phenomenon of Saturday Night Fever, for which they penned...
This is a video of Norwegian musician Leo Moracchioli performing a heavy metal cover of the Bee Gees classic Stayin' Alive. It was very enjoyable. Like having a nice meal with a friend. And if that friend just so happens to be a bottle...Show More Summary
Oltedal, Norway-based musician Leo Moracchioli of Frog Leap Studios recently performed a heavy metal cover of the Bee Gee‘s classic 1977 disco song “Stayin’ Alive“. The music video shows Leo singing along as he tears through the song on his daughter’s collection of toy instruments. Fans of Leo can help support his future videos and […]
Leo from Norway does a heavy metal version of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees. From Frog Leap Studios
We’re pretty confident that the microphone, ukulele and drum kit that Leo Moracchioli is playing in his music video for his head-banging arrangement of the Bee Gees’ classic disco track aren’t the ones he actually recorded with.
YouTube Link Leo Moracchioli's studio in Norway, Frog Leap Studios, is the place where his magical metal cover songs happen. Here he takes on The Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive," from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Pretty cool, is it not? The ice cream mic is a sweet touch as well. Confused? Ask yourself what J.T. (John Travolta) would do. Via Digg
The only thing trailers love to use more than the "Inception" BRAAAAHM! is a moody, slowed-down cover of a popular song. "Suicide Squad" is the latest trailer to take advantage of this trend, with its version of the Bee Gees' "I Started a Joke." Here are 13 more movie previews that make good use of great covers. 1. Show More Summary
The two showed off their dance moves on stage at the Champion's Dinner.
Novak Djokovic wanted a 'sophisticated waltz' but instead he got the Bee Gees as he and Serena Williams revived an old tradition by dancing at the Wimbledon champions' dinner
If you just watched the trailer for the highly anticipated movie Suicide Squad, you might be wondering what song is used throughout the footage. The answer is The Bee Gees‘ “I Started a Joke,” though their version is not the one featured. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics from Suicide Squad “I started a joke [...]
I can’t help thinking that The Electric Knife Orchestra is the beginning of a robot that kills by chopping humans into pieces to a catchy soundtrack. Like, say, the Bee Gee’s Stayin’ Alive. Yeah, this is…
Sixteen knives (and one meat cleaver) make up this ensemble, which uses percussion and amplified stepper motors to play "Stayin' Alive." Read more on MAKE The post Electric Knife Orchestra Takes a Stab at Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive” appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.