To coincide with the 20th anniversary of OK Computer, Scott Bradlee (of Postmodern Jukebox fame) performed a great solo piano arrangement of Radiohead’s 1997 track Karma Police. Like what you heard? Be sure to check out his Paranoid Android improv video too.
Musician Josh Cohen has a thing for performing cover versions of Radiohead tunes on his grand piano. Each and every one of the tracks will pull you in and won’t let go with its quiet intensity. We can’t decide if Everything In Its Right Place or Daydreaming is our favorite.
If you don’t remember Wintergatan’s marvelous marble machine, go back and watch the video first, then watch this clip, in which they arranged a version of the memorable track that can actually be played on a piano. You can grab the sheet music or MIDI file for yourself.
Charlie Albright shows us just how fast his fingers can fly across the keyboard of his Steinway with this performance of Adolf Schulz-Evler’s Arabesque of Johann Strauss’ Blue Danube Waltz. Oh, and Charlie doesn’t just do classical. Check out his boogie woogie.
Pianist Maxence Cyrin broke through to the masses with his stirring rendition of Where Is My Mind? But that’s not the only amazing cover version he’s done. Sit back and enjoy some Soundgarden played impeccably on his grand piano. His Daft Punk ain’t too shabby either.