I guess this Other Instruments category fits...
Rick and Pete - NO disrespect AT ALL intended with regard to your chosen instrument.
And with no further adieu... this is FABULOUS!
Now This Is Some BAND!
That's pretty funny. What if the choke cut in? That instrument would have to be well "tuned".
Fantastic. I watched the whole thing and had this real "twilight zone" feeling, like constantly looking over at the tractor and thinking it was some alien band member.
Pretty impressive the tempo stayed rock solid.
Nice find Mike.
None taken Mike.
That was great. It reminded me of when I was a teen I worked in a shoe factory for the summer. The machines had all these cool rhythms and by the end of the shift I would have the rhythm of the machine I had been working on all day stuck in my head. I would go home play it on my drums for hours. A lot of cool ideas that I still use today came from those machines.
This is something that could have come out of or inspired a 60's sci-fi novel.
THOUGHT you fellas might chuckle at this...
Sometimes I think I came out of a 60's sci-fi novel written by Kirk Vonnegut Jr. (Hmmm rent a tent rent a tent rent a tent)
Anyway, I think this is a drummer thing.(At least I hope it is.) Most drummers I know hear rhythms in everything from windshield wipers to bumps on the road. I think it's because drums can be practiced anywhere you can tap your hands, so anything that that has a beat is fair game. Who else but a drummer would know what his car single indicator’s tempo is. Mine is set at 100 bpm.
Whats yours Pete?
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Along the same lines (or with the same intended results), here's something for you, Mike, and for all the ships at sea. Use this breathtaking new technology at your gig, use it for recording. It's endless, and a drummer can even play it:
In retrospect, I'm sure someone used this with MS Songsmith to do this remarkable culture-clash work of , ah, art. Thank you Alan Steinberger for unearthing this.
Dear Col. Cliff-at-Bose,
Thank you for this particular bit of cannon carcass.
It would be great for a talk on web technologies entitled Just because you can...
Perfect, or it would be if you there was a Steven Tyler patch and one for the ever popular James Brown car alarm.
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Y'ever think that some people don't have enough to do?
I spent two years of high school at a military academy , we marched everywhere to the drums..even church.
To this day, I tend to speed up the slow songs, and slow down the fast songs till I get to a pedestrian beat.
I don't know about my turn signal Rick, but crossing the metal grates on the Illinois River bridge is a nice *flat tire* shuffle.
Classic, think I'll mic up my lawnmower this summer and play some speed metal.
"dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd d d d d ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd"
I wonder if the "drummer" was "half-gassed" at this gig and recorded on a separate "track"tor!
Sorry could not resist! Cheers!Brian
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