Radiohead on Ukelele

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5 thoughts on “Radiohead on Ukelele”

  1. Define “into”… I appreciate it. Listen once or twice. And then keep it on file in case I’m ever editing a video where I go “gee, Fake Plastic Trees on ukelele would be great here…”

    I do like a good cover though – and Radiohead provide pretty good ground for good covers. String Quartets and classical pianists make for good dinner time background music.

  2. Some of my faves:
    ‘Remainders’ by Gennaro Cosmo Parlato
    ‘New David plays Kraftwerk’
    ‘Blue Safari: the bluegrass tribute to Air’

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