Smooth Criminal M.Jackson à l'orgue de barbarie

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Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson. Arrangement: Patrick Mathis - www.patrickmathis.net - Orgue de barbarie ODIN : www.odin.fr

Comments from Youtube

Leanne : I really love how much the guy gets into it.

RememberTheTrees : You are the DJ at the steampunk nightclub.

wilko10000 : This guy needs to be careful bringing that much fire to a wood pile

foxfire1112 : Imagine going in a time machine and playing this, you would fucking blow their minds

Myrmidon : Imagine if they discovered this punch card in the 1700s and played it on a music box. It would have blown everyone's minds. Wars would have been fought over it. A Scottish baron would have killed a Prussian general for it and presented it to Queen Anne of Britain as a gift. Upon hearing it for the first time Queen Anne would have collapsed on the floor and started convulsing to which a mortified Prince George would have exclaimed "Annie are you ok?"

PocketSand : hipster : vinyl is the only way to listen to music this guy: hold my beer

BJ Toole : Hipster: “music sounds best on vinyl” This guy: “try me”

dabigchina : I like how you can tell the beat's about to get intense because a shitload of dots are about to go into the machine.

Don Knotts : That smile at the end :D

Stufi 74 : I listen to this song on a regular basis. I don't think you can get more "sound effects" out of a pipe only organ. The smile at the end is legendary!

John Bainbridge : Whats with all the timber everywhere :P

ZeiZei : How in the hell does these work???, how do these mechanical things recognise the notes??

skylar15123 : I'd love to get a machine like that. Looks like a lot of fun.

William Cookson : I find it fascinating that it sounds like percussion is there but in reality several of the pipes emulate the drums.

Heath Kitchen : I love that he is fucking rocking out! 1:00 Doesn't matter what you're playing, if it moves you, it moves you.

Johnny Vegas : Maintaining constant steady tempo. Kudos.

TehM4dcow : Jam it like its 1869!

Nicken0o0 : I love how the paper folds itself at the end. So satisfying..

Erick Konop : You're the first person I've heard do the percussion part on a pipes only organ, much less machine-gun sounds. Very very cool and a great contemporary use of a classic instrument.

Roomy : Damnit, you *know* those MIDI files aren't sorted!

Angultra : So this is what DJs looked like in the 1800s.

andan04 : When the lead singer for Alien Ant Farm heard this, he said, "Well, that's it, boys. We've been topped by a barrel organ. There ain't gonna be no reunion tour. We're finished."

VehicularBrit : He has some serious control on the speed of his hand for turning that beast.

BlackWingedSeraph : I like how the guy turning the wheel starts bobbin xD He's into it

Ricky Rick : This OG Djing. All the work goes into producing then you go on stage and spin it and rock out. rad haha

craftswith jo : The best thing on YouTube!!! Brilliant thanks for sharing!

seekertosecrets : It even did the sound effects! DAMN!

David Boucard : This video was already perfect, but then you ended it with the classic freeze frame, fade out shot. A++

Caz's Gaming Clips : I would hate to see that thing playing Through the Fire and Flames

Karen Brown : Ha! Making the music looks complicated and a steady hand on that wheel. Brilliant, thank you for an entirely different musical take on Smooth Criminal!

Sir Bricks A-Lot : meanwhile, at Ted Cruz's house...

lonotiki , Shannon O' : This is out of this world cool, You sir rock, we are not worthy of your greatness!

Panda Rosa Music : THE GUY'S SMILE AT THE END WARMS MY HEART

banjoandfriends : i would love to hear the pirates of the Caribbean theme on this.

Mr Vampire : Sack the DJ, I want this guy rocking the club.

Funhaus Admin : Place this at my funeral along with every Noble, Lorde, serf and king throughout the land

Wobbles and Bean : Watching a French guy turn a crank for four minutes - surprisingly badass.

Frank Schuler : You, sir, are one dedicated genius. This version is even better than the original, in my opinion. I wonder what the original designer of that machine would think of what you have done here (after he cleans out his pants, that is). Outstanding work!

bud morse : Play this for a king or queen 300 years ago you be killed for witch craft.

LOWEND : I like how he's just standing in the middle of a wood pile like he just hopped in there and crafted his instrument right before the camera started rolling.

Seth Marcell : Love that smile at the end. "I did it!"

Ryan Cowell : Nice way to shred!! This is so cool, I love old instuments play new songs.

Paden Atkinson : That smile at the end is the perfect cherry on top.

Marcus Paulo Raele : That nice smile at the end of the video. 4:06 ! is the best part !!!!! The guy is truly proud and happy! Tks for sharing this !

Robby Schemonia : ...jams T.F. out to smooth criminal on a crank organ...dont worry about why IT'S IN THE MIDDLE OF A SAWMILL....lol

Ned Riggs : He looks like a DJ. spin it mate

edwardmashberg1 : I wonder if he'd perform at my daughter's wedding ....

John Connor : Gessaffelstein will probably shit his pants if you were to put this music box next to his turn tables lmao 😂

Clint Mitchell : S O U N D O F A C R E S C E N D O