14 sept. 2011

Some jokes

Stop me if you've heard these before.

An anthropologist was visiting a remote tribe. He was kept up all night be tribal drumming that never stopped. After a few days, he asked his native informant about the drumming. When would it ever stop? The informant told him, you don't want it to stop. When it stops, something very, very, very, bad happens. What? Asked the anthropologist?

Bass solo.

A couple was in marriage counseling. They could not communicate. Finally, the therapist brought in Ron Carter to play bass. Eventually, the couple began to talk to each other and ironed out their differences. They thanked their therapists profusely, and the therapist said, "It was easy: Everyone talks during the bass solo."

A lot of white saxophonist imitated Lester Young's style during the 1950s cool jazz craze and were quite successful. In fact, the whole movement was based on Lester's style. They asked Lester about it, and he replied: "What Lester plays, Stans Getz."

Why did the soprano arrive at 9 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show? --The singer always comes in late.

2 comentarios:

Elisa dijo...

What do you call someone who hangs out with musicians?

A drummer.

Andrew Shields dijo...

I've heard the first bass solo one before, but not the second, which is brilliant!