Sunday Synth Jam: Kebu (Sebastian Teir) makes a return appearance, with his live performance of Jan Hammer’s Miami Vice track, Crockett’s Theme.
In the performance, Teir uses only analog synths and vintage sequencers. The video was recorded live at Dynamo, Turku, in May 2012.
17 thoughts on “Live Cover Of Crockett’s Theme, By Jan Hammer”
Kebu needs a keytar to push this over the top!
I think his kiosk is already over the top. The keytar would push it over the over the top. If they could fit a keytar in there…
How does he get in there? Do they leave an opening and lure Kebu in by throwing a drum machine in there and then quickly seal Kebu in with the Moog Source and Korg Ensemble?
its a key-osk….not a kiosk…geeeeez. *eye-roll*
Very nice performance 🙂
Awesome…man, this song really captures an idea of a character! Great job and inspiring
Nice work, you killed it on this one.
Always great the see synth music being played live. Good work that man!
My god. I got tired of just setting up a bass rig, I can’t imagine hauling that around. Great performance though 🙂
Great performance! Lead sound from Korg is simply awesome.
I really like Kebu’s sounds – they just sound fantastic!
But ah… wasn’t the original rather more, er, “digital” and played on a Fairlight? ;-p
Man the early melody line is amazing – I have no idea what that sparkly metallic sound is or what kind of reverb/chorus/whatever is on it, but it takes me to some long-forgotten time or dimension.
If you mean the melody that starts around 1:30, that looks like a Korg Polysix (awesome synth!)
Kebu rocks – great performance, positive vibes – that´s what music is about 🙂
He seems an easy-going chap, loves his synths and knows how to play them. Good luck to him.
Always enjoy his performances, whether recorded live or in the studio. Inspires me to do the same.