June 29, 2008

Joe Raciti sings "All Hail the Great Blue Whale" — and the instruments are all made of cardboard.



More Joe Raciti music videos here.

I love music played on things that are not musical instruments and on toy instruments and instruments made out of nonstandard materials. Here's an old post about that.

6 comments:

George said...

You'll not see nothing like...

rhhardin said...

I started my guitar career with a ukulele made of plastic.

seantiner.com said...

an enjoyable movie to watch on a Sunday morning. thanks.

Ger said...

Many years ago on some tv show whose name I cannot recall Martin Mull sat down and did a bit where he used a toy ukelele on his lap and used a tiny toy baby bottle as a slide and played a rather amazing version of some song whose name I cannot remember.

At the time I thought that was one of the coolest things I had seen/heard. I also cannot remember how stoned I may have been at the time so maybe in reality it wasn't such a great performance.

Bissage said...

I love music played on . . . toy instruments . . .

Me too.

Why this little song chokes me up I don’t know.

How much sense does it make to get sentimental over the loss of a childhood one never had?

Amélie is to blame!

1970_baby said...

Portishead makes good use of a guitar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fiMp3kC9-w&feature=related