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electric-ukulele melodica headphones odd-time instrumental furniture-is-your-friend
Hey there, folks!!
Here's an odd time signature thing built with my solid body electric ukulele and the trusty Melodica.
Mixed for headphones, as usual!
I'd never heard electric uke before (at least not knowingly), now I want one. Cool, psychedelic piece, groovy yet drone-y, takes me back to the 70s. Or rather the picture and sound I have in my head of the 70s, as I was not yet around back then. Love the fuzz on the uke.
It's rocking here, distorted uke, the time signature makes for a very compelling trance. Real interesting and very cool, the plucked strings really add to that almost off the edge feeling of this coffee table of destiny. enjoyed much.
#tit4tat1 - I heard your first before tit4tat began. I can go to 7 if you're game.
I like what you grow in your avant garden. It's very appealing to my ears. This made me 'get down'.
This song makes me want to dance like a pirate, ARGH! 😁
this is so cool...so what kind of electric uke do you have and what are you running it through? love all that awesome feedback.
I like it a lot....
I do enjoy a piece with odd time signatures, where the oddness gets lost in the delivery. Second one I've listened to today. You get taken along with the flow and the time signatures moving around become secondary and almost unnoticeable. This is really nice.
I love your abstract time signature stuff like this, so far out and awesome 😀 wild sounds in this piece!
This is the druggiest sounding waltz I’ve ever heard! The sounds you are getting from the melodica and uke are so unusual but again fantastic!
I'm loving the stretched out ukulele sounds and the bubble water sound. It's so cool to hear these trippy sounds...it would make for some fantastically weird but mesmerizing hula dancing.
Oh man, your e-uke... Love him so much!
Whatever effect you're using makes the something sound like bagpipes more than they usually do. I dig it! <3
It's not hard to imagine this as the score to an epic short film about The Coffee Table of Destiny. Loving the sound of that electric ukulele!
Fun track with some bounce and buzz, I picture a person dancing on a coffee table to this and keeping their balance.
I believe in coffee tables. They're here for us. I do wish this one had a vocal track, though. To inform us of the coffee table's views.
Those melodica chords sound huge!
You of course need MORE pedals for the electric uke.
This starts out like the Who before veering into krautrock/carnivalesque territory. I'm getting Eno vibes as well - this would fit nicely on "Here Come the Warm Jets." Melodica/percussion break nice!
Oooo! I like it a lot! Super trippy and eclectic! I love the mixing! And the little plinking noises! Ah! *does happy dance*
It has a psychedelic appeal about it...rather trippy. That strumming at the 1:44 point sounds like bubbling water - was that intentional? I'm on board with this one definitely.
Fantastic title and oh man I didn't know a ukelele could rock out this hard. I like the big sounds here! deselby mentioned Eddie and ya that sounded a bit like the ol' "Mean Streets" intro trick at1:30, haha. Some good sounds here, it was like you did everything you could think of on the uke.
Good melodies. on the beats.
I feel you are trying to recreate the birth of rock music on an alternate world where the first guitars were made to resemble large furniture, and succeeding. The Eddie Van Halen tapping solo was pretty accurate for a such an instrument. Weird, original and zany and with a flavour of classical music as well.
Dig the playful pyschedelic-ness of this. It's what I would imagine if you smashed Captain Beefheart and Mr.Bungle's Disco Volante album together.
Oh, what is this! Never heard an ukulele with such a crunch sound before - great! And to the main theme of this amazing idea of a song, I imagine goblins dancing!
Oooo YES, I really love this! I spent the past week in the attic...er...B&B...of an old fart who plays Big Band records all the time. So this was a welcome change! I turned this way up and watched him freak out through a peep hole. Nice work Mr. Fuzzy!
Electric Uke + Melodica FTW. I love this @fuzzy!
I agree with @toms, a whole album of Furniture songs in this vein would be awesome!
Now, I need a refill on my tea 😉
See You In The Shadows…
The distorting shape of the song and that string tapping segment hit something primal in me. Haha
Really cool what you do with these instruments, nice!
Wow, pretty cool sounds to get out of a uke and melodica. The melodica sounds like a harmonium (not a stretch, obviously, but I sure can't make my melodica do that).
I love this! Such a zany and surprisingly rich expanse of sound from just uke and melodica. That groove is infectious.
what a wonderous cacophony of sound this is!
It sounds like two very distressed old organs having a fight in the organ nursing home! Love the uke!
That little break at about 1.5min I had an old bike that used to rumble that almost exact same tune when in an idle hahah
Ok time for some fuzziness in my ears! Oh this sure as fuzzy 😁Lol at them both chatting to each other at the end. This was a pure, weird joy! 😁
Perfect lunchtime listening!
Very rock and roll for a uke and melodica!
Dang did I miss the furniture challenge? Will there be an Impending Lazy Boy? The Omniscient Credenda? 😁 Only Fuzzy could have made this bit of splendidness. 😀 (Weirdly, the weird time signature feel perfectly natural. Not sure what that means.)
A splendid vibe with plenty of trademark Fuzzy touches. This reminds me of the "Piltdown Man" section of Tubular Bells, which still makes me smile every time I listen to it. I'm smiling right now, too. The ending call-and-reponse between the uke and the melodica resolves into something distinctly ominous; this needs a "To be continued..." caption at the end!