By Mark Frauenfelder at 1:12 pm Fri, Jun 29, 2012
[Video Link] Jimmy Slonina's lip sync videos are really good. Here's his latest: Screamin' Jay Hawkins' "I Put a Spell on You." (Thanks, Pat!)
[heavy Hungarian accent] Screamin’ Jay Hawkins. He’s my main man [/heavy Hungarian accent] http://hcl.harvard.edu/hfa/images/films/2001marapr/strangerThanParadise.jpg
also, semi-related: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRfnWpV4i7E
HE. DOESN’T. BLINK.
I was just coming over to say this very thing. I think that’s the best part. The creepiness factor goes to eleven.
Holy snapping duckshit, what a face.
/watches it again
What the FUCK
Wow, a real professional. You don’t get eyebrow muscles like that from occasional karaoke.
He’s a clown for Cirque du Soleil, which figures! I love Cirque du Soleil.
That was really great.
Nice take on The Cramps’ “Shortnin’ Bread,” too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMHDIyePuts&list=UUkajzg4ohgu5o_z4XiJAhhA&index=3&feature=plcp
somebody clip that man’s tongue
I want to see him do Frenzy now. NOW!
That was AWSOME ! I love Screamin’ Jay too . RIP . I took photos of him in concert in Ch Ch NZ ( That venue is gone now . Thanks Earthquake . Thanks a million . ) Sound track to my all time favorite film . Stranger than Paradise directed by Jim Jarmusch . Thanks a lot for that man .
Amp the dementia — somebody play this guy some songs by Hasil Adkins!
‘Kin ‘ell, that was grand!
Awesome! Not quite cross eyed with a bone through the nose and smoking skull on a walking stick awesome, but close.
Yeah, not enough bone in nose.
We finish almost every show we do with that song, with my singer channelling his inner Screamin’ Jay. It’s real impressive. He usually needs a lie-down after it, though.
shameless plug : here’s us doing a Tom Waits cover, with a nice growly feel : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTeylrRBJ-8
Good call – this guy is fab – watched as much as I could find… THANKS for the find!
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