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09/04/2014 11:29 EDT | Updated 09/04/2014 11:59 EDT

Adam Levine's Wheel Of Musical Impressions And More Amazing Jimmy Fallon Music Moments

Adam Levine is a man of many talents -- singer, "Voice" judge, sexiest man alive (2013 edition) and master impressionist.

The Maroon 5 singer showed off his skills in the latter category on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon while playing Wheel of Musical Impressions in which they had to randomly pair singers and songs. Levine killed it with his versions of Sinatra crooning "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes," Michael Jackson siging the "Sesame Street" theme and Eddie Vedder doing "Muffin Man."

Fallon did pretty well himself, with Bob Dylan singing "Rude" and Iggy Azalea rapping "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," though that's no surprise considering Fallon owes a lot of his late night success to similarly viral impressions like "Neil Young" singing "Whip My Hair" and "Bob Dylan" singing the "Charles in Charge" theme.

That's not all, though. Fallon and his agile house band The Roots have helped make music a primary mover of the show, from having Ariana Grande singing Broadway versions of rap songs to amazing versions of "Call Me Maybe" and "Let it Go" performed on children's instruments. Oh, and then there was that amazing Brady Bunch-style take on Miley's "We Can't Stop."

So we collected them all together, including another Adam Levine impressions video where he does a spot-on Aaron Neville.

Enjoy!

Jimmy Fallon's Best Musical Moments