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Accordion

Back to the Accordion

Back to the Accordion

A fun performance of Alan Silvestri’s theme, by Les covers de Persiflette. This version of the movie clearly takes place in an alternative timeline where Doc and Marty land their DeLorean on a Parisian Boulevard in the 1930s. We imagine Doc Brown wears a beret.

Baba O’Riley: Accordion Cover

Baba O’Riley: Accordion Cover

The Who’s 1971 classic Baba O’Riley has one of the most memorable synthesizer riffs of all time. Here, the guys from Those Darn Accordions! turn in a fun cover version of the track with the synths replaced by accordions. They need to do a version of Squeeze Box now.

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Billie Jean: Accordion Cover

Billie Jean: Accordion Cover

Musician Douglas Borsatti cranks out a wonderful and unique cover version of the King of Pop’s 1982 uber-hit on his squeezebox. If Michael Jackson performed while strolling the streets of Paris wearing a beret, we imagine this is what his music might have sounded like.

The Imperial Accordion March

The Imperial Accordion March

Ukraine accordion duo Vasyl Kravchuk and Viktor Kravchuk turn in a truly impressive cover of John Williams’ Imperial March from the Star Wars saga. We can imagine Darth Vader making a grand entrance to this music, while an army of stormtroopers dance the polka.

Crazy Fast Accordion Player

Crazy Fast Accordion Player

Musician Lucjan Drewicz lets his fingers fly across the keys and buttons on his instrument, turning in an insanely fast performance of a Brazilian track called Tico-Tico no Fubá. He’s not as fast as this guy, but his performance is more nuanced.

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