Here's What 'Timber' Would Have Sounded Like If It Were Released In The 1950's
It's goin down... DOO-WOP STYLE!
"Timber" has the unique ability to make me want get up and dance, regardless of when or where I hear it. It's for that reason that I was first hesitant to click play on this "vintage 1950's doo-wop" version of the song. I couldn't help but worry that "Timber" simply wouldn't be the same without its pulsing synths, that undeniably catchy harmonica riff, and Ke$ha's yodeling. But this throwback version of the song, by Postmodern Jukebox and The Tee Tones, works much better than expected. Granted, it doesn't have the same get-out-of-your-seat-and-dance-your-butt-off vibe of the original, but the doo-wop flavor makes the song a must-have on any modern sock-hop playlist.
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