Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:49 pm Post subject:
Finger Poppin' Theremin TIme Subject description: Who Says the Theremin Can't Do Jazz?
Some scuttlebutt in theremin forums are claiming jazz and the theremin ain't possible. It's also being said that there ain't no theremin players playin' jazz. I refuse to dignify them squares with a response. Since them theremin forum octagon-heads are blind to the truth, let 'em seek whatever cool they can find among all them they claim don't swing.
Since I ain't never had to prove "note one" at electro-music, you will know the truth. You can pick up on what I'm puttin' down. Theremin jazz lives.
Dig on this, if you've a mind to.
This crazy paradiddle's called "Never Never Land" from Peter Pan. It features a way-gone Tara Buzash on piano. Theremin starts like a sax, then acoustic bass, then a stratospherized theremin.
Knock a little digital effect on the theremin and it's a gasser. A live-in-person audience blaster. In "101 Dalmatians" the far out evil chick with the skunk-streaked wig, Cruella DeVille - her theme song.
Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 4:51 pm Post subject:
Re: Finger Poppin' Theremin TIme Subject description: Who Says the Theremin Can't Do Jazz?
Some scuttlebutt in theremin forums are claiming jazz and the theremin ain't possible.
it's not exactly my kind music, but it certainly proves the statement to be false ... still I liked the singing in the 2nd recording, and the stratospherized bit too. _________________ Jan
also .. could someone please turn down the thermostat a bit.
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 7:33 am Post subject:
At. like, the risk of blowin' my own horn... man, like, it is I playin' the theremin.
But what a potential bring-down, like, this was just for, you know, entertainment purposes, nothin' for sale or covert. So, man, like, as regards infringements and licenses (the "Uh-Oh" factor), like, I'll pull the stuff down if I have, like, fauxed a big pas. Just wanted to spread the musical peanut butter into all y'all's earholes.
Howard, you may have to, like, arbitrate and I shall abide by your wishes if you say these tracks got to go.
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Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 5:21 pm Post subject:
Always great to hear you play, Kip!
Hahahah... some of the people who say that jazz isn't playable on the theremin believe that classical music is! Rather amazing when you think about it, huh? _________________ -- Kevin http://kevinkissinger.com
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