1980's, 1990s, nes, Nintendo, retro, retrogaming, snes

The Superb Mario Medley Is Truly Superb!

I have always admired people with talent that are not afraid of thinking outside the box when using their gifts. After watching this medley, i was highly impressed!

The combination of instrumentation with their vocals creates a feeling of both retro and modern nostalgia! I watched this video several times!

The transition of the songs are excellent, and i love the costumes they created for the performance. Very impressive, creative idea. Musically superb! Do yourself a favor and take time to check this out! Signing off,

V.R. (Also, checkout and download the super cool FREE Inbox Dollar app! I highly recommend it for gamers and those that like interactive apps! 🙂

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Megaman X fans, this is a must see! Watch “Megaman X – Spark Mandrill Acapella” by Smooth Mcgroove

This is my 2nd review installment on Smooth Mcgroove and i must say, musically he really exceeded my expectations on this rendition. The vocal parts from bass to soprano are beautifully done throughout the song. The arrangement is darn near perfection, in my opinion.

What really sets this one apart in my opinion though is his drum sounds. The breaks are incredible! I still don’t know how exactly Smooth is able to do that with his mouth! The timing is perfection in the percussion, and his vocal range to hit those high notes over the drum rifts is quite impressive. If you are a rock fan, a video game fan, or just enjoy good music please check out this one by Smooth Mcgroove. Love, peace, and happiness to all.

V.R.

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Watch “Super Mario Bros 2 – Overworld Theme Acapella” on YouTube

If you have never seen or heard the famous YouTuber Smooth Mcgroove, you are missing a real treat. He has amazing talent in making acapella versions of classic video game music. This guy is unreal how he breaks up the parts to each song and blends them perfectly. The gameplay even goes along with his singing on most songs. Check out this Super Mario Bros 2 rendition by Smooth Mcgroove. Be careful though, you might get hooked!