Trailer for new Terminator Genisys movie features Jetta mysterious cover of classic rock song

Posted: December 4, 2014 in music
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Have you seen the new trailer for Terminator Genisys Movie? You are probably wondering why I am even talking about an upcoming movie release here on our music site, but I wanted to share with you about the music featured in the new trailer.  The trailer features a very haunting mysterious cover from Jetta of the classic rock song, I’d Love To Change The World. I remember my older brothers and sisters playing the Ten Years After album and it always takes me back to my childhood.

The British singer, Jetta performs a wonderful cover, produced by Joseph Trapanese and does a wonderful job at recreating a dark and ethereal vibe to the song. Yo can watch the trailer by visiting here: http://www.terminatormovie.com/  or check it out here:

Can’t get enough of the song, then you can check out Jetta‘s full version  here:

How about going back and taking a listen to the original so you can really appreciate the artistic creativity put into the remake. Here is Ten Years After version:

So I will leave you with an another piece of Arnold Schwarzenegger information. Back in 2006, our family, well more specifically, our son Ryan was invited by Governor Schwarzenegger to meet him and congratulate him. Ryan created Operation Ryan’s Hope in August 2005 to aid and assist those in need during and after Hurricane Katrina. What started with wanting to send all his toys and clothes quickly grew into over a quarter million pounds of supplies shipped and privately transported to those affected in six states by the hurricane. You can check out some of the pictures of the meeting with Arnold and also the beautiful letter he sent afterwords.  Next time, I will have to share what happened when Ryan picked up the big Conan the Barbarian sword that the Governor had in his office!

~ Marisol

Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    The Jetta cover was produced by Joseph Trapanese.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was produced by Joseph Trapanese.

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