Various - The Andrew Denton Breakfast Show Musical Challenge mp3 flac
A very funny live version of Ted Mulry Gang's "Jump In My Car", presented by Colin Hay and Greg Ham at the Australian radio show "Musical Challenge".
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Denton came up with this brilliant idea to "challenge" musical acts to perform a cover of a song that is outside of their normal musical genre. And that is how this album has evolved. At first listen, this is funny. Personal favourites of mine are Neil Finn's fantastic version of Jackson's Billie Jean, The Screaming Jets rocking out Dion's My Heart Will Go On (and Dave Gleeson's proclaimation that he is King of the World at the end), and Alex Lloyd slowing down the Cold Chisel classic, You Got Nothing I Want.
Andrew Denton's Musical Challenge is an album released by Austereo in 2001 featuring musical challenges posed by radio comedian Andrew Denton to musicians, generally selecting a song in a style in contrast to their own. Following the success of the radio series, the album was released and then a second album followed in 2003, and later a compilation of the greatest of the two was released. Andrew Denton's Musical Challenge. Compilation album by. Various artists. Andrew Christopher Denton (born 4 May 1960) is an Australian television producer, comedian, Gold Logie-nominated television presenter and former radio host, and was the host of the ABC's weekly television interview program Enough Rope and the ABC game show Randling. He is known for his comedy and interviewing technique.
멘트를 게시했습니다 에 Various - The Andrew Denton Breakfast Show Musical Challenge. 뷰를 게시했습니다 의 Metallica - Live In Cleveland 1983. 멘트를 게시했습니다 에 Motörhead - Live In Bonn Germany On 23 December 1996.
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