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Saturday, November 15, 2008

"Star Wars" - an a cappella tribute to John Williams

From: ApprenticeA @ YouTube

GET THE MP3 (AND READ THE LYRICS):http://www.moosebutter.com/starwarsA BIG thank you and ALL musical credit goes to the a cappella comedy group Moosebutter (from Provo, UT), who greatly assisted me in the making of this video and memorizing their brilliant song "Star Wars" from their 2002 album 'see dee'. This video was done with their blessing and their support. Check out their website here:http://www.moosebutter.com/


Immi said...

I love it! Must check out moosebutter. hehe

Anonymous said...

I loved this CC! I am a huge John Williams fan. My husband and I have often seen his concerts with the Boston Pops--and I got such a kick out of this. Thanks for sharing it.


jeff said...

Perfect! Thanks for finding and posting. Loved it!

Clueless said...

I am glad that you liked it. I saw it and couldn't wait to post it. It made me happy!!!

Anonymous said...

That's so cool and original!
I love it when people think outside the box. Or, is it four..?

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