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1996912d No.3572147

This thread is for you to link to video clips of what you consider OUTSTANDING, Over-The-Top performances by singers, dancers, performers, musicians, Fursuiters, etc. Let the rest of us see them!

This is a performance of "AND THEY CALL THE WIND MARIA" by Harve Presnell, whom I think would have made a fantastic Tony Stark/Iron Man if Marvel had been doing live-action movies at that time, maybe even a better one than Robert Downey Jr., I think he would have fell right into the role.


Harve Presnell never made it big, but damn what a voice. What power in his voice,striking and overwhelming I can't get enough. Where are the singers like this today? We need them our music is getting stale. All other versions are not even songs. This is the only version that has the magic.

78427582 No.3572149

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In 1975, a movie was made of The Who's rock opera album "Tommy". Especially if you like The Who, I recommend watching it. It is bizarre to be sure. Even has Elton John in it (and so do breasts)

Going to copypaste here cause lazy:
Directed by Ken Russell, the film featured a star-studded ensemble cast, including the band members themselves (most notably, lead singer Roger Daltrey, who plays the title role), Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed, Eric Clapton, Tina Turner, Elton John, and Jack Nicholson.

Tina Turner goes absolutely nuts acting and singing her part. This video unfortunately cuts out some of the entire sequence, though.


0d871262 No.3572159

Not just because it became viral, there's a reason because it became viral…


78427582 No.3572161

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I was NOT expecting a double-bass pedal. Such a juxtaposition from the drums and the cheery kids music vocals.

aa07d6b3 No.3572165


Tina Turner can act. the same cannot be said with a straight face about Madonna!

1996912d No.3572170

>>Tina Turner can act.

Yeah, she was great in that!!
3B probably like her there too because she making the Crazy Faces along with Hand Gestures!!

94920e45 No.3572179

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Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CPqcZGLsmU
One of the greatest concert musical performers has to be Ian Anderson at the head of Jethro Tull. He had an operatic voice every bit as amazing as Freddie Mercury, And is a virtuoso player of dozens of instruments. He was also a talented multi-genre composer mixing rock/folk/jazz/classical music into complex polyrhythmic works that typically lasted 15 or 20 minutes (or longer).

The length of his works might explain why his stuff doesn't get as much play time. They need more room than the typical 3 - 4 minute songs.

eef4af47 No.3572183


Yesss! Ian Anderson is my largest influence as a flutist. I'm certainly distant from his level but I picked up the rolling-tongue trill technique and the (not sure how else to describe this) accented notes, with the sharp exhale attack that makes it "punch".

6c3a645d No.3572185

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Mike Patton, known mostly as the frontman for the late 80's alternative metal band Faith No More, was known for his bombastic and over-the-top stage performances. From doing high flying wrestling moves on his bandmates from the top of amp stacks, eating shoelaces, and climbing lighting rigging, to defecating on stage, broadcasting his dick live via chat roulette, and even faking a seizure during the MTV Music Awards, his antics became legendary.

After leaving Faith No More to return to his high-school band Mr. Bungle, he eventually had an incredibly diverse solo career spanning dozens of musical genres, and collaborating with some of the biggest names in Jazz, Alternative Hip Hop, Metal, and Contemporary Classical.

One of his most famous collaborators was famed Jazz Saxophonist and Composer John Zorn. Mike appeared on numerous John Zorn recordings, and most famously the album Six Litanies for Heliogabalus - A surreal soundscape written about a Roman Emperor known for among other things, inventing the whoopie cushion and murdering his subjects through use of 'practical jokes'.

The fourth of the Six Litanies is an acapella solo performed by Mike Patton, and is considered among his most accomplished uses of vocal performances, in this performance, he goes from tense heavy metal screaming, to quiet sobbing and laughter, to the sounds of auction houses, wind and rain. Showcasing the full extent of his vocal dexterity.

1996912d No.3572917

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I think Robert Foxworth gave an over-the-top performance in this one. In the not-so-distant future, the newly elected President of the United States (Foxworth) is informed that a large unknown object is approaching Earth at half the speed of light. He is hurried off to an underground bunker and Earth is facing doomsday but the object hits and devastates the far side of the moon instead. A small armada of alien spacecraft is then picked up following it to Earth.


A transmission is received that is unable to be understood but it also contains a video clip of the aliens, and everyone is shocked by their grotesque appearance. Someone claims the object that hit the moon was an energy source meant as a gift, and it hit the moon by accident. Others claim it was a display of their power. As the fleet grows nearer, the President is torn by conflicting reports from both sides of his administration, and the plot twists and turns come every few seconds. Should he launch a pre-emptive strike against the aliens and risk retaliation, or do nothing and allow them to land on Earth unchallenged, where they may or may not be friendly and might try to totally obliterate everything anyway with a better position then of doing so.

1996912d No.3573065

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Well, this is either Over the Top or through the bottom, because you either love it or hate it, there is no middle ground. It's The Beatles singing COME TOGETHER in BOWLING STRIKE ANIMATION style.


The audio is great, but after watching this you will think whoever created it should either be praised or shot.
Now I'm wondering….. does anyone know of any FURRY ANIMATIONS done in Bowling Strike Animation style? Please post them if you do!!
Oh, and let us know… do you love this, or hate it??

70db6f11 No.3573067

1996912d No.3573271

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Over the top performance by Paul McCartney.

Fun fact: The piano used in Hey Jude is the same one Freddie Mercury used to record Bohemian Rhapsody.


WARNING: the DEAD COMMIE MEMBER of the Beatles is in this video.

1996912d No.3573337

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Over the top or thru the bottom?
A movie so BAD, it's GOOD!!


Shit, JOHN CARRADINE is in this piece of crap!!

3985fb4e No.3573444

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He's a highly technical blues guitarist and songwriter, not to mention a great vocalist. Some people seem to be calling his performances too "stiff" but fucking hell this dude can play a guitar.


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c47184b6 No.3576528

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c47184b6 No.3576529

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Hands down best performance.

14d9934d No.3576530

Good God. You are a loser. No one cares about some obscure band about a song that no one cares about. Idiot.

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