水に煙 (Smoke On The Water)

10 Responses to “水に煙 (Smoke On The Water)”

  1. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    Impressive! Needs more Korean drummer though :)

  2. jamie says:

    I wonder if they know Inna a Gadda da Vida?

  3. bernard says:

    Is it allowed?
    A master in – amongst others- turning western popular music into Indian sounds is Debashish Bhattacharya.
    See: http://www.debashishbhattacharya.com/

  4. Birdman! says:

    Are the Koreans trying to say they rock harder than Purple? Screw them!! The vocals on the chorus are so awesome, though, that I take that back. These guys now officially own the chorus to “Smoke on the Water”, and Deep Purple needs to acknowledge that at a press conference.

  5. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    Birdman: these guys are japanese — easy mistake to make though :)

  6. Birdman! says:

    Closer examination reveals that this metal ensemble is in fact Japanese. Recently uncovered CIA documents do reveal, however, that North Korea is working on a weaponized version of, “Ashtray Heart” with traditional costumes and light show.

  7. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    OH NOES!

  8. urbangraffito says:

    火!

  9. bernard says:

    The way I see it: nothing more ” Smoke on the Water” than:
    Manah, manah.
    No bigger art than the one from the common people.

    The making of … : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t2q-YShdZs&feature=related

    Ultimate version, i e Great Art is :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flCELS__q5I&feature=related

  10. bernard says:

    I won’t comment that much anymore. That’s promised.

    However what’s the link between ManahManah & Smoke on the Water & the like? Let’s go back to the late 60ties of the 20th century.

    -M. M. was the sound track, composed by an Italian, Piero Umiliani, for a Swedish soft porno movy in 1968. Great ( elementary ) popular find.
    - S.O.T.W. was a riff put together by Deep Purple. Great ( elementary ) popular find.

    Both tunes were considered as crap by the ” gens biens” of that period. They, the well done people, just overlooked … that & that & that.

    The other side of the 60ties mirror: there’s just one comparable ” classical” composer, who survived that period, it’s … another Great Italian, Luciano Berio. Part of his art : he was smart enough to recompose Beatles songs.

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