Again, like my last list of notable beards on film, these are in no particular order, as they all bring something to the table, and make the list more complete.Each entry also includes a link to hear the song, while some are music videos, live videos, or just those weird You Tube videos that have pictures on them so you can just listen to the song. Tupac Shakur and Elton John- Ghetto Gospel: Don't adjust your monitor, you are reading this correctly; a collaboration between Elton John and Tupac Shakur does exist.Either way, it's a great piece of music that two legends make complete. v=2Ztr8j_-g D4 I don't know where this video came from or who made it, but it's spectacular and is probably one of the best unofficial Beatles music videos out there.Queen and David Bowie- Under Pressure: Known as the riff Vanilla Ice stole so many years later to create the abomination to hip hop that is "Ice Ice Baby," this is a great song spearheaded by two legendary frontmen, Freddie Mercury and David Bowie.The band's second album, "Consolers of the Lonely," is one of, if not the best album I've heard in 2008.
Adding another singer/songwriter/guitarist in Brendan Benson, and an extended rhythm section serves White's musical talent well and adds another dynamic to his craft.
They capture the same magic live that they do on the album.
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova- Falling Slowly: This one is from the film "Once," about two musicians who meet in Dublin and forge a friendship through music over a week.
The film was really moving and authentic, as it was filmed with a documentary look, and the two stars are actually musicians, not actors.
The soundtrack is a great pairing of the two and their alternate vocal styles invokes the same effect as the Robert Plant-Allison Krauss pairing.