15.10.10 by Jeff

Mad Men Theme / Nature Boy

“Nature Boy” (made famous by Nat King Cole), is performed over top of a live rendition of RJD2’s “A Beautiful Mine” (the theme from Mad Men). It’s amazing how well this fits, and it’s a one-take to boot!

mad men theme rjd2 a beautiful mine nature boy nat king cole allison williams one-take

Watch the video below!


For the record I stopped watching Mad Men during season 3 because it got extremely boring, but I am told season 4 is better?













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • no cuts, dubbing, lip-syncing! this is impressive

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  • the seasson four is way way better, but i think what’s cool about mad men is the fact that it goes slowly as life was at this time. love it. love the vid. love you.

  • miss crowland

    season 4 is definitely better. i felt the same way about season 3…too much betty!!!

    • ya waay too much

  • Aduke

    season 4 is bangin’, trust.

    they should get these in the show, the band at a party or soiree maybe?

  • Kyle

    Season 4 is on fire! Great job with this video!

  • This is fantastic, but maybe I missed it; who is this group?

    • the girl singing is Brian Williams (NBC news guy) daughter

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