So, this guy is walking through Africa with a guide
for several hours and they hear a loud drum beat. He is worried
and asks the guide who says "all is fine". Two hours later with
the same drum beat he asks the guide again who again tells him "all is
fine". Two hours later the guy is now worried that the drum is
still there. But then the drum stops and so does the guide who
looks very worried. "What is wrong?" asks the guy. "This
very very bad" said the guide. "Drums over!.... That means bass
solo is about to begin".
The last time I tripped in my house, my fiend asked me
what was wrong with me. "I tripped over my air guitar" I said.
I was bored so I said "Wow, that's a weird place to
put a piano." You wouldn't believe how many people looked around for a
piano. I was in an elevator.
"We don't like their sound. Groups of Guitars are on
the way out" - some attribute this to Decca Records, 1962, rejecting the
Beatles, but there does seem some confusion on the quote. But the
Beatles were rejected
Thank you for calling. Your call is very important to
us. Please enjoy this 40 minute flute solo while we find an operator to
Elvis is alive. I sat in the middle between
Elvis and Bigfoot on the UFO.
"Critics can't even make music by rubbing their back
legs together." -- Mel Brooks
"Flint must be an extremely wealthy town: I see that
each of you bought two or three seats." -- Victor Borge, playing to a
half-filled house in Flint, Michigan.
"Wagner's music is better than it sounds." -- Mark
"Never look at the trombones, it only encourages
them." -- Richard Strauss
"Opera is where a guy gets stabbed in the back, and
instead of dying, he sings." -- Robert Benchley
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