Remember when Guitar Hero added Kurt Cobain as a playable character?See, that one's fine. It's just someone having fun mashing up two songs. The other one is exactly what Kurt Cobain hated and feared his music would be turned into. Some soulless corporate cash grab.
I think the emotional story is better than the song. The song is C level at best for me. It's not as bad as Maxwells Hammer, but it quite forgettable, IMO.
The Beatles have been my favorite band forever so I love how this turned out, both the song and the video. It makes me both incredibly happy and incredibly sad.
So something about these videos came across as really weird to me, and it wasn't until watching a bit I figured it out. She's lipsyncing what I assume is her own pre-recorded performance for the video. Which is perfectly fine, but when you record that close to the mic and then overlay that over a more open performance it hits sort of an aural uncanny valley, at least for me.This channel came up randomly on Youtube, clicked since I enoy Fly Me To The Moon. Did not expect that voice, wish she was more active
This is why some of the Carpenters' videos can be jarring to me, since Karen almost always recorded so close to the mic. There's nothing like being a music guy to ruin recordings of "live" performances for you when the drums don't match what's being played, or they show a trombone player doing what is actually a baritone sax solo, etc.when you record that close to the mic and then overlay that over a more open performance it hits sort of an aural uncanny valley, at least for me.
Using Google Translate on the video details says that it is "Redband"I don't know who the male singer is but it's insanely beautiful. She sings in Hebrew, he sings in English and it just flows.