One reason for this is absolutely due to the impressive nature of the Surface Studio which merges the high-quality touch screens used in the current Surface products with the Windows 10 operating system and blows both up into a significantly larger and more dynamic desktop computer device. The video was brilliantly edited with some stunning visuals played against a dark rendition of the song, Pure Imagination, from the classic film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This unusual and affecting remix of the song was performed by Fiona Apple and was released back in
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Who sang that remix of Pure Imagination in the Microsoft Surface Studio video? (Updated)
Title Formatting: a. When you post, don't link to non-public services. A snippet of the song is in a Marriott Bonvoy commercial that comes on Hulu a lot. Thanks for the help everyone! Thanks everyone for the help, we finally got a full version. Here is a link to the commercial and where I got the information as well. I found it! The artist just released it!! This is a bit closer in terms of that dreamy edm kinda take on it but still not it unfortunately.
It was sung by Gene Wilder Willy Wonka. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song. For the topic, see imagination. For other uses, see Pure Imagination disambiguation.
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