Justin Vernon and a piano, singing "I Can't Make You Love Me" like no one ever has before.
Just listen to this: Michael Jackson's Billy Jean, by Aloe Blacc and The Grand Scheme.
Earlier this year I became acquainted with the music of the talented Justin Vernon, recording as Bon Iver. I soon discovered and fell in love with the work of his previous band, DeYarmond Edison. They split up in 2006, but in the years prior recorded a wonderful, folky sound on two albums plus an EP released at the time of breakup. The first (self-titled) is not available except through some creative searching on the internet. I'd kill for a physical copy with which to wake my neighbors in the wee hours.
Here's a sample off this album, called Dusty Road (So Kind):
If you like this, there's another song after the jump.
This guy's talent just thrills me, and the film is exquisitely made. A nifty song by Loch Lomand is featured also.
If you can, be sure to bump this up to HD.
Some old negatives from WWII, found in a flea market, are married with present day shots from the same place. The effect is striking, and moving.
This video is part of a full set, performing their album In Rainbows. You can buy the video album on iTunes. A delightful way to listen.