Well then. If this doesn’t get your geeky goosebumps going, you may need to see a doctor or something.
Alan Silvestri‘s score for the 1985 time travel classic Back to the Future is one of the greatest and most recognizable film scores of all time. Every single time you hear it, it’s hard not to smile. It can make life’s pains melt away. It’s that damn good.
In the video below you’ll find an acoustic guitar cover of Silvestri’s theme for the movie, and it is surprisingly awesome. You might not think an acoustic guitar alone is enough to deliver the Back to the Future theme, but go forth now and see for yourself!
The video comes from AcousticLabs, and you can see more of the great stuff they’ve covered right here. They’ve also covered my favorite video game franchise of all time, The Elder Scrolls, right here.
Now I want to see Gustavo Santaolalla cover this. And speaking of: these guys have also covered Santaolalla’s beautiful and devastating and all around incredible work on Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us.