Showing recordings that were created recently for the song "American Pie" by Don McLean. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a specific year.
Video Recorded by pinkkkk in the Style of Don McLean.
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Audio Recorded by skyrisima in the Style of Don McLean.
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American Pie, karaoke, gender bender, Don McLean, "one key" higher, recorded on ATR2100 microphone, just because... I'm a proud supporter of the LGBT community. This song, for me, is an upbeat opus to all that this contest stands for. First, Love. Well, even if you didn't "write the book of love", it would be my guess that part of you simply adores singing this song. God knows, I do. It speaks so richly of average american life taking place alongside great movements for social change and an equally great love of music. Joy. Don McClean seemed to understand that you couldn't truly experience Joy without having lived a bit of the opposite. This song seems to speak of a world that, yes, is imperfect and sometimes even sad, but, also full of brightness and, well, JOY. In fact, "the day the music died", legions of people had their minds filled with the tunes that had uplifted them when those three artists were alive. Moreover, their songs live on, even to this very day and will continue to, so long as we keep singing them. Peace. Again, he didn't flinch at remarking that there were things in this world that needed changing, not the least of which is bitterness and hatred. Whether directly pointing towards the politics of war or simply to the people who fracture our American society as a whole, McClean's song pointedly expresses a yearning for a better time. And finally, harmony. Well, I added my own to this classic. How do you like it?