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‘Blurred Lines’ Using Classroom Instruments

Have you seen this video? I didn’t see it on Late Night.



Robin Thicke and Jimmy Fallon Play ‘Blurred Lines’ Using Classroom Instruments

By K.C. Blumm
People Magazine
Friday August 02, 2013

“Blurred Lines” is the song of the summer, and Robin Thicke’s sexy video has been parodied by everyone from Jimmy Kimmel to a pack of dogs. Thursday, the singer took his hit in a new direction when he teamed with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots on Late Night.

They performed it using classroom instruments – and it was awesome. With new dad Fallon, 38, on a wooden block and Casio keyboard and Thicke, 36, on spoons, the group rocked it out. The Roots accompanied the pair on kids’ noisemakers including a kazoo, xylophone, recorder, maracas, ukulele and cowbell.

After watching the video, there’s only one thing to say: More cowbell!

Here is a list from USA Today:

They perform it with classroom instruments:

Jimmy Fallon — wood block, Casio keyboard
Robin Thicke — spoons
Questlove — wooden clacker
Mark Kelley — kazoo
Kamal Gray — xylophone
James Poyser — melodica
Captain Kirk — ukulele
Tuba Gooding Jr. — recorder, banana shaker
Frank Knuckles — cowbell
Black Thought — maracas

All I know is that I want a banana shaker, a wood clacker and a cowbell!


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