We've come too far
To give up who we are
So let's raise the bar ...
... with Daft Punk, Pharrel Williams and Nile Rodgers' Get Lucky* as covered by talented amateurs. We're up all night compiling these just for you, Neatoramanauts!
cdza or Collective Cadenza is a group of 55 musicians who create musical video experiments - in this case, five of them decided to recreate Get Lucky with the piano and aptly called the music video Daft Pianist.
Get Lucky, Irish Waltz Style
Daft Punk may be French, but their song still sounds pretty good when covered in the style of traditional (well, sort of) Irish waltz by Scott Bradlee and the Postmodern Jukebox. We'll raise a pint of Guinness to that!
Black Simon & Garfunkel's Get Lucky
If you thought that Get Lucky should be covered by Simon & Garfunkel, well, that ain't happening. But there's something even better: Black Simon & Garfunkel!
As you can see from this clip from Jimmy Fallon's Late Night show, Black Simon & Garfunkel (that's Questlove and "Captain" Kirk Douglas from The Roots), has got Get Lucky down pat.
Boots & Cats
What could make Daft Punk's megahit even, uh, harder better faster stronger? Add a little "boots and cats", then change "lucky" to "neefy," just like Oliver Age 24 did. Doin' it right, I say.
Evolution of Get Lucky
Acapella Get Lucky
Of course, Get Lucky cover won't be complete without an acapella version. The Sons of Pitches has got that covered!
*Get Lucky, of course, is a disco. What? You thought disco sucks? Silly you!
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