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Global Recording Of Stand By Me Will Have You Toe-Tapping, Smiling

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Every now and again, I like to share random beautiful things I discover online. There’s more often than not (especially lately) lots of bad news out there — so I thought you might enjoy taking a couple minutes to watch this fantastic version of Ben E. King’s classic Stand By Me. It was recorded in a virtual studio using unknown street artists from around the world — from the Congo to Italy to New Orleans. Watch it from beginning to end — you won’t be disappointed.


via Gizmodo

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