Walk off the Earth, Scott Avett: UkeTube

It’s not often I repost the same song from the same band. But it’s happened twice this week with Shiny and the Spoon reprising their cover of A-ha and Keston Cobblers’ Club. Also on the list is Scott Avett with a horrible ukulele, Walk off the Earth tossing around a Flea banjolele (head to 2:54 if you only watch their videos for headstock guy) and an instrumental from War Jacket.

Non-video Update: Wilfried Welti – who you might know from his excellent videos and his tab ebooks Solo Ukulele für Einsteiger and Weihnachten mit der Ukulele – has released three new ebooks: Alte Musik mit der Ukulele, Keltische Musik mit der Ukulele and Klassische Musik mit der Ukulele.

Full Playlist

Keston Cobblers’ Club – Pett Level

Walk off the Earth – Payphone

War Jacket – Pour Traverser

OohCullen – Kiss Your Sorrows Goodbye!

David Silva and Friends – Bottom Of The Heap

Shiny and the Spoon – Take On Me

krabbers – When You Come to Say Goodbye

Scott Avett – Lucky Stranger

Thanks to Jenny

Aruhan – Drop It Like Its Hot

Kahiwa Sebire – Waiting for Love

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  1. Herman Vandecauter August 5th, 2012 9:34 am

    Drop It Like Its Hot! I like the roses and it seems I can smell them.

  2. Foinnse August 6th, 2012 5:41 pm

    Great cover from Aruhan, but I have to admit, I was wildly distracted throughout…. ahem.

    Keston Cobblers club are charming as ever and David Silva was nice too although it was unfortunate that I felt like I was watching from a distant corner of the room!


  3. Woodshed August 8th, 2012 1:04 pm

    Herman: Glad you liked.

    Foinnse: I thought that about David Silva too. It would be good to have a better recording.

  4. Jeanie August 10th, 2012 5:06 am

    Love! Bottom of the Heap is great with the bass and uke together! Uke also goes great with cello. Check out the Double Clicks if you haven’t yet. Amazing and nerdy girls rockin’ it! I saw them open for Amanda Palmer in Portland last month!

  5. Woodshed August 12th, 2012 9:24 pm

    Jeanie: Glad you enjoyed the selection!

  6. Jessica August 28th, 2012 4:16 am

    Walk Off The Earth always manage to impress me with their music videos with playing multiple instruments at a time, hahaha.

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