See The First Music Video Recorded In Space, Space Oddity, Even Impresses Bowie
Chris Hadfield has 825,000 followers on Twitter. One of the reasons is he likes to show you what happens in space and makes all of his followers feel part of his adventure. He showed what happens when you cry in space and brush your teeth.
Fellow Canadian piano player Emm Gryner who used to play for Bowie did all the music for Chris as he even changed some of the lyrics to fit his return home. Joe Corcoran also helped to produce and mix the song for the final product.Chris does a great job singing and filming scenes for the video.
According to Yahoo! news, David Bowie is indeed impressed. When Hadfield tweeted the video, Bowie tweeted back, "Hallo Spaceboy..."
Besides being fun, it could make history as the first music video filmed in space.
Here's the Vid