Something I came across while websurfing the other night. Thought it might be fun to share as a Friday humor item.
I guess it would count as humor. It certainly involves laughing. (No doubt about
that, as you'll see if you click on the link below!)
Jelly Roll Morton was a pioneer in the rise of modern jazz. He was active in the 1920s and later, and he was especially noted for the innovative and creative approach he brought to jazz music composition at the time.
The link below is to his "Hyena Stomp" (1926). It's short (about
3 minutes) but exemplifies the kind of unique humor he could bring to a piece.
It will either leave you laughing out loud, or, you'll think it's just plain weird.
Either way, enjoy it on a Friday!/www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6kYazVYvv4
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Biopsy, 12/2011: positive 3/12 (90%, 70%, 5%)
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