Kutiman Mashes Led Zep’s Black Dog: 80 Clips Stitched into One




The Israeli mashup artist known as Kutiman gave us Thru Jersusalem last month, a contemplative journey through Jerusalem’s eclectic, local music scene. Now he returns to his Mother of All Funk Chords roots and goes uptempo again, stitching together 80 covers of Led Zeppelin’s 1974 classic, “Black Dog” (original here). Perhaps more than any other I’ve seen, this video gives meaning to the expression “the total is greater than the sum of the parts.” The individual covers hardly stand out, but the mashup delivers the goods.

via Wired


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