"A good player is always the best player he has ever known, and the worst."
ZeuS Guarnarius Silver Plated Bb Trumpet
And btw, I'm an old guy as well, have no use for a lot of what passes for music in 2008, but if you think THAT sucked, what do you think about a bunch of guys hopping around on a stage, reciting poetry with a rhythm track (ie, rap)?
I hate stuff like this... but they just take it so far past what anyone would consider in good taste that... it kind of comes full circle. I love fine cuisine, but sometimes you just need a Big Mac.
If this is the tastee bros, which I think it might be, then just look at their name. Go to tasteebros.com and see, its not meant to be of any musical value. Just funny. Listen to "ann-natural trumpet" on their "no mo gubment cheese" cd. Of course they are doing that on purpose. Also, check out their "how we play so high" section. Pretty funny.
No one will ever confuse them with clarinet players!
Conn Pan Am made in 1950 silver + Bach 7C
King American Standard cornet made in 1940 + Olds 3C
Striving for a Touchy Tone, rather than obnoquious
I think things this deviant are only possible in the information age. We have built up a tolerance for many things that would have unthinkable even 20 years ago.
It is amazing what one must do to get noticed in 2008. On the other hand we have trumpet players auditioning that do not even have THEIR repertory down cold. A chill goes up my spine....................
Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.
There's a great one on YouTube with some guys screaming in the loft at his friends' wedding. Hilarious!
1927 Conn 22B New York Symphony
"In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort."
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