Monday, February 14, 2011

bohemian rhapsody on a ukelele.

I didn't really have an interesting topic to talk about at the moment as I'm quite busy being in the process of moving. So, thought I'd just put up a video a friend showed me that i thought was pretty cool. It's Jake Shimabukuro playing "Bohemian Rhapsody".

anyway, here it is.

38 comments:

  1. Oh sweet! Thanks for this, I love Jake Shimabukuro, I remember watching his cover of 'While my guitar gently weeps' from years ago on Youtube. He's might talented.

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  2. absolutely amazing. I love this so much dude.

    I am going to get a ukulele.

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  3. awesome!!
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  4. really amazing thanks for sharing.

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  5. Damn, this is awesome. I like Queen.

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  6. wow, making something super amazing with something so simple

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  7. Wow...I played uke in grade school and I sucked. This guy...he'd give Tiny Tim a run for his money

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  8. It just occurred to me that midgets should play the ukelele. It would be more proportional than a guitar. But perhaps their fat little fingers would make this difficult. It must suck being a midget.

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  9. Thats sweet. I learned it on classical guitar, theres some nice arrangements out there.

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  10. Ah i love all music more and more! Song's sweet.

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  11. That's pretty different. I like it.

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  12. That was a great cover. Thanks for the post.

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  13. What an amazing perfomance! The ukulele, indeed is the instrument of peace. A very talented man. Thanks for sharing! :-)

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  14. Nice share, he is really talented

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  15. How cool. Who would have though a ukulele would sound so good.

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  16. The guy's deticated! And he plays it beautifully.

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  17. I predict the Ukulele will be the most overused instrument of 2011...

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  18. no lie man, thank you for sharing this. One of the best versions of Bohemian Rhapsody out there.

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  19. :D I actually got to meet him!

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  20. Great post man! Following and supporting, keep it up!
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  21. @coop: rowville in melbourne

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  22. very cool and a classic song! following bro!

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    http://finallytwenty-one.blogspot.com/

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  23. Greatest thing I have ever seen lol :D

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