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    Who played the brush snare drum on the Grand Budapest Hotel soundtrack?
    Posted by BB on Sunday, March 08, 2015 @ 16:38:27 UTC (1389 reads)
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    Entertainment: MusicTwo Percussionists are credited on the soundtrack: Paul Clarvis and Frank Ricotti
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2278388/fullcredits?ref_=tt_cl_sm#cast
    According to this blog, Paul Clarvis laid down percussion tracks from the 2nd to the 4th of September 2013 for the movie. He returned for pickups with Frank Ricotti on September 20. http://mikedolbear.com/story.asp?StoryID=3607
    Fun: Bonerama III: Bringing It Home
    Posted by BB on Friday, January 18, 2008 @ 04:21:09 UTC (1767 reads)
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    Entertainment: MusicThe third release "Bringing it Home" from the New Orleans trombone group Bonerama, brings more of their Posaune-centric power into your home for your own personal enjoyment. With the first two albums, my favorites have been the arrangements of power rock tunes like Frankenstein, Whipping Post, and Crosstown Traffic. With this album they bring in a great Led Zeppelin classic: Ocean. They return to record live in New Orleans after recording their second album in New York City.

    Sesame Street Live: Super Grover! Ready For Action
    Posted by BB on Friday, September 02, 2005 @ 12:56:29 UTC (5547 reads)
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    Entertainment: MusicThe VEE Corporation of Minneapolis has handled production of the Sesame Street Live arena shows for twenty years. Our family had a chance to preview the show as guests of the crew for a dress rehearsal.


    Fun: Bonerama: Live From New York
    Posted by BB on Friday, February 11, 2005 @ 07:29:41 UTC (2227 reads)
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    Entertainment: MusicI Finally picked up the new CD Bonerama: Live From New York. It is as good as the first one Bonerama: Live At The Old Point.

    I had first mentioned the group after a relative purchased the CD for me in the Big Easy. This was after hearing them at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. I became hooked immediately. Their arrangement of "Frankenstein" by the Edgar Winter Group is on my top 100 playlist. Some may dismiss this album as a niche interest. Purists may think that only a Fender Stratocaster can be played distorted. But these guys are quite talented and bring some breadth into rock and roll.
    Fun: Fabulous T-Bone music from the Big Easy
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 @ 00:00:00 UTC (2408 reads)
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    Entertainment: MusicI recently heard an interesting album that made its way up the Mississippi from New Orleans. It is called "Live at the Old Point" by Bonerama.

    Bonerama is five trombonists and sousaphone player backed by drums and guitar. Mark Mullins is the lead trombone. Mark also plays the electric trombone, which is a regular trombone mike'd through a guitar amp. The effect is best appreciated on their rendition of "Frankenstein", a cover of the Edgar Winter Group hit. More information about the group and their CD can be found here on their web site.

    Offbeat magazine (the New Orleans music mag) ranked Bonerama's album in their Best Louisiana CD's of 2001
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