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We Love You, Lana!

She changed my life in so many ways. I can’t even describe how thankful I am for everything she’s done for us. She’s one of the most kind, sweet, talented and humble people I ‘know’. Thank you for everything, Lana! You deserve the whole world.

(by Nathan Pagliotto)

Game Of Thrones Theme Song On Wine Glasses, Pans and a Water Jug

The music for the TV series Game of Thrones is composed by Ramin Djawadi and published by Varèse Sarabande. The soundtrack is instrumental and features one major theme, the Main Title, which accompanies the series’s title sequence.

The Game of Throne music is noted for its popular main theme, which has been covered many times, and for its use of decidedly non-medieval renditions of songs from the series’s source novels by noted indie bands. These adaptations, according to Wired, create attention for the series in media that wouldn’t normally cover it, but are also notable for their musical merits independent of the series.

To give the series its own distinctive musical identity, according to Djawadi, the producers asked him not to use musical elements such as blues or solo vocals that had already been successfully used by other major fantasy productions. He mentioned that a challenge in scoring the series was its reliance on dialogue and its sprawling cast: on several occasions already-scored music had to be omitted so as not to get in the way of dialogue.

Djawadi said that he was inspired to write Game of Throne’s main title music by an early version of the series’s computer-animated title sequence. The title music is reprised as a global theme in the rest of the soundtrack, initially infrequently and as part of the theme of individual characters, then in full towards the end of season 1 during particularly important scenes.

Song available on Amazon / iTunes

Pluma Volátil: Demo 1 (2014)

Aqui solo muestro 2 de mis 10 realizaciones musicales que se estan procesando de la mano del dios Apolo, dios de la poesía y de la música, conocedor de la verdad, en la fragua de Vulcano, dios romano del Fuego y protector de los herreros.

Estamos andando este camino… y se hace camino al andar…

Tetris …ROCKS: Awesome Rock Cover of Tetris’ Korobeiniki [Type A Theme]

Here’s my take on the Russian folk song “Korobeiniki,” better known as the “Type A” theme from Tetris on the Nintendo Game Boy. To the best of my knowledge, this song is public domain eligible. That means that I can offer it for sale to you geekers!

If you like what I do on YouTube and want to help fund TheHumanBaby’s college education while getting a rockin’ tune for your iPod, you can buy this song (and my original music from back when I was in a band) over at my ReverbNation page: reverbnation.com/store/artist_2364481

-Tim

The original tune “Korobeiniki” is a Russian folk song written in 1861 by Nikolay Nekrasov which makes it public domain eligible.

(vía thehumantim)

Weird Al’s “Albuquerque”: The Breaking Bad Music Video

Weird Al’s eleven-minute epic gets dramatized by Walter White and the other residents of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Warning: Spoilers! Loads and loads of spoilers! If you haven’t watched everything up to Season 5 Episode 8, don’t watch this video!

Created by Alex Coulombe, updated from a previous version for Slacktory.

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Sesame Street: Me Want It (But Me Wait) (Icona Pop Parody)

Cookie Monster spoofs Icona Pop’s hit song “I Love It” in this hilarious new video!

Sesame Street launches its 44th season on September 16th, 2013 with a new self-regulation and executive function curriculum. Cookie Monster, the poster-child for someone needing to master self-regulation skills, attempts to explain these concepts while devising personal strategies on waiting to eat a cookie.

Tune-in to a new season of Sesame Street beginning September 16th, 2013 on PBSKids!

Go to sesameworkshop.org/season44 for information on Sesame Street’s 44th season.

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