Videos – Changing Pace

So I ran into this over at Iceagenow

http://iceagenow.info/2015/09/daily-dose-of-happiness-video/

and I have to agree with his assessment:

Absolutely nothing to do with the climate, I simply love watching this and listening to it. I hope you do, too.

It’s entitled “All About That Bass – Postmodern Jukebox European Tour Version”Their website is here:

http://www.postmodernjukebox.com/

Well, one thing leads to another and pretty soon it’s after midnight and… you find yourself watching a sad clown singing with two Asian Babes doing the do-wop on the side and…

Yes, a ‘Sad Clown’ with a Voice and a web site:

http://puddlespityparty.com/

I’m left to wonder how someone with a voice that good ends up with that kind of shtick… and why I’m finding it compelling at 2 AM without too much liquid fuel… but there it is…

With some behind the scenes on getting ready and another song:

And what would a counter point be without a flaming Sax?

Someone is still doing Vintage French with women on strings

Since Brazil has decided to crush their economy by playing with The Socialism Shiny Thing again, perhaps it is reasonable to show they can still have a good time even surrounded by increasing poverty:

For no reason other than that I like the song and the quasi lyrics are catchy:

Then some visuals are just so creepy you kinda can’t let them pass unremarked:

Some being vintage creepy… though so much of it is still relevant…

Dreams want to come, yet not quite asleep, the mind and visuals wander…

As bed calls the idea of such in the mind just calls out of for some cooling out

and finishing on a high note (the computer speakers didn’t do justice to this, but the LG headset did, the vocal quality is astounding)

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About E.M.Smith

A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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6 Responses to Videos – Changing Pace

  1. omanuel says:

    We all need a break from the gloom that is the “leadership” of the world, and videos are one of the distractions.

  2. Verity Jones says:

    Great reminder of Spitting Image (a British satirical puppet show) in the Genesis video. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_of_Confusion#Music_video.

  3. omanuel says:

    I suspect, E.M. Smith, most skeptics bought the propaganda that would enslave the world because of clever emotional packaging: World peace, world hunger, brotherhood, love, compassion, concerned citizens, environment stewardship, etc.

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  4. Chuckles says:

    E.M. Since Puddles is around 6ft 8, I imagine he does pretty much anything he wants… :)

    I’ve always enjoyed this performance of his – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xXwLLYA0_k
    -eloquent in it’s simplicity.
    Both he and Postmodern jukebox were touring the UK in the last couple of months, but sadly the anaemic wallet did not allow attendance. They, PMJ are in your part of the world in early December –

    http://postmodernjukebox.com/

    by all accounts their shows are stunning.

  5. Paul Hanlon says:

    Nice set of videos. This is what I’m listening to at the moment. Well, when I’m finished listening to the rest of yours.

  6. Glenn999 says:

    Post Modern Jukebox is extremely talented, but I grow tired of the hip hop lyrics.
    Love their choice of female singers however.

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