Tag Archives: music

Comedic Music, “Yo Mama Battle (of compliments)”

I decided that this video deserved its own post. This is the kind of stuff I love most from Rhett and Link. It’s funny, and it takes a concept and spins it around on its head. And of course, takes … Continue reading

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Learning Town, Geek and Sundry’s New Web Series

Today, a new series called Learning Town premiers. Right now, actually. Ever since it was announced, I’ve been looking forward to Learning Town, a web series by Paul and Storm on the Geek and Sundry YouTube channel. This was partly … Continue reading

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Tam Lin and Mediaeval Baebes

Tam Lin is  a Scottish ballad, the titular character being a man who had been taken by the fairy Queen. The story follows Janet, a young woman who happens upon Tam Lin and rescues him from the fairies. Typically, she … Continue reading

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Jonathan Coulton and his zombie song, pop culture music

It’s about time I started blogging Jonathan Coulton music. Without further ado, a live performance of him singing Re: Your Brains.

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Black Death Music Video

The youtube channel has a lot of music videos for various history topics. Can’t promise I’ll never post another one, because some of them are pretty cool. For this video in particular, I’d never actually heard about the the tongue … Continue reading

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The Canterbury Tales Remixed: Beowulf

Same disclaimer as for the last two weeks applies to this last segment I’m doing on The Canterbury Tales Remixed: “Anyone even passingly interested in the Epic of Gilgamesh, Beowulf, or the Canterbury Tales might want to try this out, … Continue reading

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“Write Like the Wind”, Convergence of Paul and Storm, GRRM, and Jeff Lewis

It’s seriously awesome that Paul and Storm wrote a GRRM song with Jeff Lewis (from the Guild) starring in the video, and that it’s on Felicia Day’s channel, Geek and Sundry. I would like to point out that I personally … Continue reading

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