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(YouTube)   Verily I say unto ye, the inquest into the nature of that hwich we calleth love and hwat it hath wrought hath origins deep in antiquity   (youtube.com) divider line
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2020-06-13 7:05:36 AM  
Bardcore / Tavernwave thread?

Get Lucky (Medieval Style)
Youtube PLuI-iTcUOI
 
2020-06-13 8:19:21 AM  
What is love?
Baby don't hurt me...no more...
 
2020-06-13 8:31:33 AM  
Whoa. This is weird. I was just listening to this channel yesterday. Guess they hit the YouTube suggested advertising hard, LOL.
 
2020-06-13 8:42:18 AM  
I wanted to like this channel, but I feel like the execution doesn't live up to the premise. Her voice is great, the gimmick could be great, but it doesn't really feel like they put more thought into what "medieval style" means beyond "throw in some harp and some thees and thous".
 
2020-06-13 9:18:10 AM  

t3knomanser: I wanted to like this channel, but I feel like the execution doesn't live up to the premise. Her voice is great, the gimmick could be great, but it doesn't really feel like they put more thought into what "medieval style" means beyond "throw in some harp and some thees and thous".


When the beat is still driven by 80s drum sounds, the joke falls apart.
 
2020-06-13 10:49:49 AM  

Troy McClure: When the beat is still driven by 80s drum sounds, the joke falls apart.


That's a big part of it, and just in general, there's no attempt to fit it into an actual medieval style; they just use different instrumentation. Similarly, they alter the lyrics to make them sound "old timey", but there's no attempt to make the lyrics conform to actual medieval poetry.
 
2020-06-13 10:57:30 AM  

t3knomanser: Troy McClure: When the beat is still driven by 80s drum sounds, the joke falls apart.

That's a big part of it, and just in general, there's no attempt to fit it into an actual medieval style; they just use different instrumentation. Similarly, they alter the lyrics to make them sound "old timey", but there's no attempt to make the lyrics conform to actual medieval poetry.


They are using someone else's instrumental. That being said, their take on "Pumped Up Kicks" is much better than "What Is Love".
 
2020-06-13 12:20:44 PM  

ectomaster: That being said, their take on "Pumped Up Kicks"


Yeah, through no fault of their own, I don't know the original song, so the joke is also lost on me, but that's me.
 
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