The reverse cover of “Enter Sandman” Musician Rob Scallon interprets the piece "Enter Sandman" of Metallica, playing guitar, Bass, percussion and singing upside down, While it captures the "reverse" This interpretation of. Then joins the tracks and reverses the video with a simple editing. The result is a unique clip, with the famous piece in the most bizarre arrangement of. Pretty impressive.
All pop tracks is same; The comical band "Axis of Awesome" from Australia, interprets the countless pop songs used four specific chords and became big hits. A similar skit had seen from Rob Paravonian but Dimitri Staroba.
Quartet with one guitar The musicians Alí Arango, Xavier Coll, Luis Robisco and Paquito Escudero from the Spanish band "Barcelona Guitar Trio", they perform the piece "Billie John" by Michael Jackson with only one guitar.
The man band Musician Steel Beans performs one of his tracks live, the "Molotov Cocktail Lounge". Steel Beans is known for his ability to simultaneously play guitar, drums and singing.
The “Ave Maria” in a 1905 music box Many automatic music devices were invented in the late 19th century, but most were forgotten with the advent of turntables and vinyl. One of them was the music box with metal records, like this 1905 Mira Concert Grand. Here he plays an album with the classic track "Ave Maria" of Franz Schubert.
Samisen virtuosos The samisen is a three-stringed traditional Japanese musical instrument played with a pen. Two women in Tokyo masterfully play a song with samisen, reminiscent of the fast guitars of a piece of metal.
A 6 year old girl playing “Fly Me To The Moon” on guitar Miumiu, a 6 year old girl from Nanjing China, is playing the song "Fly Me to the Moon" on classical guitar. The "Fly Me to the Moon" was written in 1954 by Bart Howard and performed by Frank Sinatra in its most famous version.