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johnnyfoodstamp
02-25-2015, 01:43 AM
Hello kids! Johnny Foodstamp here! I present to you Olde Tyme Music from the FUTURE. 10 original songs written in the style of Cliff Edwards. This album is titled "Straight Effin" in tribute to the immortal Ukulele Ike. Check it out! Thanks!

http://johnnyfoodstamp.bandcamp.com/album/straight-effin

wolfmanchuck
02-28-2015, 05:52 AM
I enjoy your tunes!

LDS714
02-28-2015, 10:37 AM
Wait, is the Johnny Foodstamp the famous disc golfer? :worship:

Ragtime Life
02-28-2015, 01:12 PM
I suppose I should finally stop lurking in the shadows and just declare that I'm basically a disciple of yours. You seem to be one of the only artists who has moved beyond a simple, nostalgic rehash of the "hot" style of yesteryear into an as-yet totally unexplored terrain of musical invention. Put plainly, I thought I was the only one who figured the hot jass of this moment needs to be punk as all hell if it wants to actually recover its heat! You don't seem to be the kind to forget that the Original Dixieland Jass Band declared that they were musical anarchists.

I look forward to the next video, track or whatever you decide to post, and, in closing, desire to gather your opinion on this question: do you think that when Cliff Edwards spoke of his vocal soloing practice as "effin" he was, in fact, making a somewhat garbled reference to the hillbilly vocal practice of "eefing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eefing)?"

Whatever your answer, it's so darn satisfying to hear someone effin on record again!

johnnyfoodstamp
03-02-2015, 05:49 AM
Wait, is the Johnny Foodstamp the famous disc golfer? :worship:

I'm the most famous REC player ever I suppose! lololol

Who is this?!?

johnnyfoodstamp
03-02-2015, 06:05 AM
I suppose I should finally stop lurking in the shadows and just declare that I'm basically a disciple of yours. You seem to be one of the only artists who has moved beyond a simple, nostalgic rehash of the "hot" style of yesteryear into an as-yet totally unexplored terrain of musical invention. Put plainly, I thought I was the only one who figured the hot jass of this moment needs to be punk as all hell if it wants to actually recover its heat! You don't seem to be the kind to forget that the Original Dixieland Jass Band declared that they were musical anarchists.

I look forward to the next video, track or whatever you decide to post, and, in closing, desire to gather your opinion on this question: do you think that when Cliff Edwards spoke of his vocal soloing practice as "effin" he was, in fact, making a somewhat garbled reference to the hillbilly vocal practice of "eefing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eefing)?"

Whatever your answer, it's so darn satisfying to hear someone effin on record again!

Well, thank you very much for your kind comments! I completely agree that subversive/punk nature is the natural progression of New "Old Tyme" music.

I am not aware of the hillbilly vocal practice of eefing but I will look into it! Good looking out!

LDS714
03-02-2015, 07:04 AM
I'm the most famous REC player ever I suppose! lololol

Who is this?!?

LOL. My name is Dewayne, I've seen your posts on Nashville Disc Golfers Facebook group.