If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
My dad calls it the "pan-fried flute".
Holy Shit.My life is now complete.
I thought he was dead...I'm so glad I was wrong!
Well I, for one, am totally amazed that Mister Zamfir just sort of faded away. I guess I was expecting better, really...
He tried to go more hard and mean, spiking his hair and plugging his panflute into a huge rack of Marshall stacks.It was a sad time for Zamfir, and he never recovered...
I'll take Zamfir over Yanni any day.
I saw these guys in a small town in Peru out in the street, jamming on those things. It was cool.
wait a second-- where's the microphone picking up his pipes?? Maybe this is all a big ruse!!!He's good, yes, but how good is he w/o that big ol' orchestra behind him? Like Getkristi, I remember a 4 man band from Peru playing traditional Latin America and Hispanic music in a town square in Santa Fe, NM, and those guys absolutely kocked me out with various panflutes and guitar. I might have to say they were even BETTER than ol' Zammy.
I'm pretty sure he did the Karate Kid soundtrack.
Zamfir almost ruined "Once Upon A Time In America" for me, playing that same f*ckin' refrain over and over and over again.
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