Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder, and his 7-year-old daughter, Harper Moon, performed an adorable rendition of the "Batman Theme" from Adam West's campy and hokey Batman television series (1966-1968).
"It's amazing how many bands covered the 'Batman Theme.' Who covered it? The Jam covered it, the Ventures. We almost thought Ramones but they covered Spider-Man. And I always hoped that our group would cover it one day," Vedder explained in an interview on Pearl Jam Radio. "But we hadn't, and this summer, I recorded a version with my kids."
The surfy title song was composed by Neal Hefti and features "Batman!" cried out eleven times by a chorus made up of four tenors and four sopranos.
(via Rolling Stone)0comments