If you’re a fan of Steve Martin, stand-up, viral videos, or anything that’s ahead of its time, you’ll be thrilled that somebody put this old promo online. Steve Martin made this for the Warner Bros. Records marketing team, to motivate them with the promise of winning one whole dollar for selling the most copies of his 1978 album “Wild And Crazy Guy”.
A crazy sexy sax guy named Sergio has been summoned.
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There is no other animal in the kingdom of all animals, as fearless as the crazyass Honey Badger. Nasty as hell, it eats practically whatever it wants. Randall is disgusted. To learn more about the Honey Badger, please visit: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/
The new music video from OK Go, made in partnership with Chevrolet. OK Go set up over 1000 instruments over two miles of desert outside Los Angeles.
A Chevy Sonic was outfitted with retractable pneumatic arms designed to play the instruments, and the band recorded this version of Needing/Getting, singing as they played the instrument array with the car. The video took 4 months of preparation and 4 days of shooting and recording. There are no ringers or stand-ins; Damian took stunt driving lessons. Each piano had the lowest octaves tuned to the same note so that they'd play the right note no matter where they were struck. For more information and to download the studio version of the song for free, visit LetsDoThis and OkGO's official website. Many thanks to Chevy for believing in and supporting such an insane and ambitious project, and to Gretsch for providing the guitars and amps.
Director: Brian L. Perkins & Damian Kulash, Jr.
Director of Photography: Yon Thomas
Editor: Doug Walker
Producer: Luke Ricci
Well, its either good harmless fun or shameful exploitation... depends on where the flight attendants worked previously and sense of humour... what industry would they put on their tax form though? Entertainment or Travel & Tourism?