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.
Photo courtesy of Simon Fraser University - University Communications/Flickr If black sea bass or sawfish knew who the Bee Gees were, “Stayin’ Alive” would most certainly be their theme song, given what two recent studies have uncovered...Show More Summary
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: songs sung by siblings. Bee Gees, “Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You” (1967) The Bee Gees became worldwide celebrities as the godfathers of disco, the band behind the mega-selling soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever. Show More Summary
…Goes right on till the dawn My kitteh takes me higher My kitteh keeps me warm (Oreo The Cat : Music by B., R. and M. Gibb : From Amy at LoveMeow.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: 70s Disco reference, Bee Gees reference, cat
photos by by Rachel Juarez-Carr Mac Sabbath @ Brooklyn Bowl London, 6/11/2015 There are lots of high-concept tribute acts out there. You may have seen Tragedy, NYC's all-metal Bee Gees tribute band, or Lez Zeppelin, the all-girl Led Zeppelin cover...
Sixteen knives and one meat cleaver brought to life to perform the Bee Gee's hit 'Stayin’ Alive.' Vimeo link (via Everlasting Blort) The Presurfer
An artist set up sixteen knives and one meat cleaver to perform the Bee Gees song Stayin' Alive. Video courtesy of Neil Mendoza Follow Neil Mendoza: On Facebook, and Twitter Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - "Grease". Neil Cicierga - "Imagine All Star People". Bee Gees - "Night Fever". There were two perfect disco-related moments on my recent trip to New York. One was when I was running down...
The Electric Knife Orchestra, a team of knife-based robotic instruments built by artist Neil Mendoza, performs a dangerous-looking cover of the Bee Gees classic “Stayin’ Alive.” The orchestra features 16 knives and a meat cleaver built to produce a wide range of sounds including one knife-bot that plays the triangle. For comparison, here is the […]
Neil Mendoza's "Electric Knife Orchestra," a system of electrified and mechanized blades, cover the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive." (more…)