Fraggle Metal (cover by Leo Moracchioli) #MusicMonday
Jim Hensons’ Fraggle Rock was one of my favorite series in the 80s. It was fun and colorful and touched on some complex real world themes. The series will always be remembered for its title music, written by Philip Balsam and Dennis Lee, with that catchy distinctive bass line. Leo Moracchioli has reimagined it with this awesome metal cover. Frog Leap Studios shared this video on Youtube!
Hi there, my name is Leo and I run a studio on the westside of Norway where I record and produce bands, do video work and play live shows.
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