frauenfelder at January 27th, 2014 13:47 — #1
abel at January 27th, 2014 13:55 — #2
reminds me of The Triplets of Belleville movie.
funkdaddy at January 27th, 2014 14:06 — #3
It was the cartoon one about tha Tour with awesome music & a great story.
funkdaddy at January 27th, 2014 14:08 — #4
That was fabulous!
But srsly should we be passing the hat to get this person some musical instruments?
Indiegogo title "Okay, that's cool but I just want you to true my wheels & install my new headset?"
jeffbell924 at January 27th, 2014 14:15 — #5
Last night at the Grammy awards they made lots of references to the Beatles appearing on the Ed Sullivan show 50 years ago.
It has also been 50 years since Frank Zappa appeared on the Steve Allen show, performing with music on a bicycle. The sound quality has improved greatly since then.
rmallis at January 27th, 2014 14:54 — #6
Oddly enough I just read this while listening to Brotzmann/Einheit's Merry Christmas. FM Einheit plays bicycle parts on this album. Synchronicity!
peteykins at January 27th, 2014 15:59 — #7
Somewhere Steven Stapleton of Nurse with Wound is rolling his eyes (and so is, I guess, Frank Zappa in his grave).
beep54orama at January 27th, 2014 16:26 — #8
clamb at January 27th, 2014 16:29 — #9
Much better than P.D.Q. Bach's Pervertimento.
some_guy at January 27th, 2014 21:30 — #10
…through music I hope to change how people view everyday objects. . . :
johnnyrandom at January 28th, 2014 01:57 — #11
@AbeL: I love that movie. You should check out "Sound of Noise" (2010) too.
johnnyrandom at January 28th, 2014 02:06 — #12
@jeffbell924: Zappa fans might be surprised to know how far back people have been making music with bicycles. Samuel Goss was rocking one in 1899... http://www.google.com/patents/US634887
johnnyrandom at January 28th, 2014 02:08 — #13
@some_guy: There's always some guy who... Well, you know. (drum roll)
dreamboatskanky at January 28th, 2014 15:23 — #14
Yeah, I hear people are starting to ride more instruments around.
But srsly, I love your bikey-wikey musicy-wooziky stuff. Bravo!
publiksecrets at January 28th, 2014 23:43 — #15
You might be interested to hear this take on acoustic music from bicycles. No computers, sound manipulators, or processors, just pure percussion in the lived tradition of gamelan music
frauenfelder at February 1st, 2014 13:47 — #16
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