Monday, December 08, 2008

THIS IS ROCKET SCIENCE

This is a fantastic machine.
video

20 comments:

Fats Flannighan said...

me thinks you've been dippin in Puttzle's stash again.

4/4 rythym 3@7 said...

This is just another way to put us out of work. I've been a musician for 48 years and I've had enough!The Mexicans have taken so many of my surfer constuction worker friends out of jobs,now these computer guys are trying to takeover. Can you imagine smoking a little weed,maybe dropping a little L, guzzling some Stoli's,doin' some toot and watching that? Mexicans.Mexicans and computers.

AFL/CIO said...

4/4 rythm, united we stand, divided we fall.

Anonymous said...

Totally awesome Doctor. Reminds me of Preston Epps, and you remember him don't you.

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Anonymous said...

FATS, IS THAT CONTRAPTION A ZITHER, OR WHAT?

Fats Flannighan said...

I don't know if it's a Zither but you can bet the Wednesday Musicians at Old Man's will be hookin one up soon. They are such a sad lot, dreaming of stardom lost.

Anonymous said...

Fats, thet're all nonunion. Nothing worse than an out of work musician.

[local 93]

Dr. Ralph said...

Yes I do Anon "Bongo Rock" in 1959.

Fats Flannighan said...

Bongo Rock was the cause of my taking up the Bongo's in another failed attempt at becoming a music legend.

BIG BOSS said...

Doctor Ralph, I don't quite un'nerstand what the take is on those silly bongo freakazoids. I felt there was nothing exciting as Desi Arnez playing Babalu on his conga drums.

Anonymous said...

CAL TJADER

Dr. Ralph said...

At age sixteen, Callen entered a Gene Krupa drum solo contest, making it to the finals and ultimately winning by playing "Drum Boogie." The win was overshadowed by that morning's event: Japanese planes had bombed Pearl Harbor.

Anonymous said...

TOM MOREY PLAYS DRUMS. HE'A MUSO.

Dr. Ralph said...

Tom Morey had honed his talent as a drummer from his youth, working professionally by the age of 12, that he subsequently performed professionally with musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie, Stew Williamson, Bud Shank and Conti Condolli. He was an original member of the Sons of the Beach ukulele band (on ukelele) in 1950 and formed the Tom Morey Jazz Quartet in 1954. He made music a side hooby until Brotherhood at a Mauna Kea Hotel in the later 1970s and 1980s and plays intermittently since the 1990s back in southern California (including the Tom Muray Trio).[3]

Fats Flannighan said...

Good Gawd Dr. Ralph, you're a veritible wealth of information.

BLACK PUSSY said...

Dr. Ralph, you can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all the people all the time.

gonzo said...

Tom Morey, Miki Dora, Corky Carroll, Lancie-poo,
Nat Young.

Dr. Ralph said...

Well Black K-nt, know one is trying to fool anybody.
Everybody knows all you have to do is,Google and read.
I know you know that, don't you.

Anonymous said...

Dt.Ralph, to be honest I don't think Pussy knows schitt from Shinola, how's by you.

Dr. Ralph said...

I think you are on to something,Anon.

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