Because it’s Friday: Carl Sagan sings the blueshift

October 2, 2009
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Composer John Boswell takes footage of the late Carl Sagan’s acclaimed Cosmos series and an autotuner to create a song that is surprisingly moving:

Best use of an autotuner ever (clearly it’s been wasted on Britney). Bonus: Stephen Hawking appears briefly for a cameo duet. You can download the song at the link below.

Color Pulse Music: Carl Sagan – A Glorious Dawn ft Stephen Hawking (Cosmos Remix)

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Composer John Boswell takes footage of the late Carl Sagan’s acclaimed Cosmos series and an autotuner to create a song that is surprisingly moving:

Best use of an autotuner ever (clearly it’s been wasted on Britney). Bonus: Stephen Hawking appears briefly for a cameo duet. You can download the song at the link below.

Color Pulse Music: Carl Sagan – A Glorious Dawn ft Stephen Hawking (Cosmos Remix)

Link to original post

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