Thursday, November 13, 2008

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

I just had to post this. Its a great tribute to John Williams, who's responsible for the scores in movies we've come to know and love. I guarantee that this would touch a special place in any geek's (or in my case, aspiring geek's) heart. It was originally written and performed by Moosebutter, an a capella comedy group.
Enjoy..... :)




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13 comments:

NigerianDramaQueen said...

FIRSTTTTTTTT
I hated star wars...in fact i hate most sci-fi's...lol

(¯`·._.·[***Fresh&Fab***]·._.·´¯) said...

i cant stand star wars,funny that, ive never actually watched an episode hmm lol. the video game is cool, but i don't think ill ever watch it

princesa said...

Hey how u been?

Jaycee said...

I also couldn't stand Star wars...lolll...

Kin'shar said...

hmmmm, I see your very observant...


how are you?

archiwiz said...

Ohhh... Star Wars haters...don't hate, just appreciate!... :) LOL

Hi princesa. I've been cool oh, just very busy.

@kin'shar... So was I right? :D

Afronuts said...

Did u say an acapella group? These guys are all the ame person!

archiwiz said...

The guy is not actually singing the song. Its a group called Moosebutter that is. He just produced this video this way.

Tisha said...

already spoke about the uzoma okere cause. i am a worthy freedom fighter

Vera Ezimora said...

Star Wars is not my favorite thing. I'm surprised that Naapali has not commented on this.

Tears said...

never watched it...not for one second..hope u not mad :D

just passing by say am back ^_^

doll said...

i dont knw wat star wars is

Naughty Eyes said...

LOL @ doll "who doesn't know what Star Wars is"! Hmmm, I just LOVE the musical scores and soundtracks in movies I watch. Some people think I'm weird because I stay till the very end when the credits stop scrolling but that's where the best tracks usually are.
About Uzoma Okere, I'm currently writing a piece on it for my blog though from a slightly different perspective. Will post later.
PS: My first time here. Been hearing so much about blogging in ink. Ironical that this one isn't...