Some of the very best Pogo remixes are a feast for the eyes and the ears. These Pogo videos feature the Australian artist, also known as Nick Bertke, remixing certain sounds (usually from a movie) and then putting them together in a new, and completely original way. Pogo has created some truly stunning compositions, including the track 'Alice' - a remix of sounds from Disney's classic movie 'Alice in Wonderland.' Pogo's best YouTube videos (uploaded to his official YouTube Channel under the name F*gottron) also include remixed tracks from many other well-known movies, including 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day,' 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.' Pogo also has video remixes from his travels around the world, including an amazing live-action video compilation of scenes from Johannesburg, South Africa, called 'Joburg Jam.' Behold, some of Pogo's best-ever remixes! If you don't see your favorite, definitely add it to the list. We love Pogo and always want more!
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Alice (Disney Remix)
Pogo's music video for the song "Alice" is a wonder to behold, and definitely among his best - if not THE best. The 2:44 video includes multiple scenes from Disney's 1951 classic 'Alice in Wonderland,' including an ever-present line by Alice that seems...indecipherable. But totally cool. This is an excellent example of Pogo's ability to blend vocal samples from films and chords into a smooth, awe-inspiring, totally new track.
The video for Pogo's track "uputar," which combines vocals from the 2009 Pixar movie 'Up,' is remarkable. And yes, he includes pretty much everyone - Dug, Carl Fredricksen, Russell and even Kevin. The remix with Carl and Russell that begins around 1:30 is mind-blowingly great!
Pogo's music video for "Wishery" includes sounds, music chords and vocals from the 1937 Disney animated film 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.' Like Pogo's "Alice," this video includes great scenes/music featuring the Dwarfs (especially Doc).
Pogo's "Mellow Brick Road" is a remix using sounds and music from the 1939 movie 'The Wizard of Oz.' The track is a perfect example of Pogo's extraordinary musical skills, and the super-creative video (by Reed Gauthier), is the winner in a special YouTube contest Pogo sponsored.