Difference between revisions of "The Santos Brothers"

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[[Image:Santos_Brothers_Jazz_for_Two_Trumpets.jpg|thumb|right]]Fictional Mexican trumpet virtuosos from the 1960 album hoax/joke ''Jazz for Two Trumpets'' (Metro-Jazz). Supposedly recorded by Juan and Jose' of small Mexican town [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copainal%C3%A1 Copainalá] .
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[[Image:Santos_Brothers_Jazz_for_Two_Trumpets.jpg|thumb|right]]Fictional Mexican trumpet virtuosos from the 1960 album hoax/joke ''Jazz for Two Trumpets'' (Metro-Jazz). Supposedly recorded by farmers, jazz fans, and brothers Juan and José Santos of the small (and real) Mexican town of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copainal%C3%A1 Copainalá].
  
Really recorded at a slower speed on valve trombones and sped up to sound like trumpets and falsely virtuosic.
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It was really recorded at a slower speed on valve trombones and sped up to sound like trumpets and falsely virtuosic.
  
 
''Boy's Life'' [https://books.google.com/books?id=rl9n30b1_6AC&lpg=PA8&dq=%22Santos%20Brothers%22%20Metrojazz&pg=PA8#v=snippet&q=%22Santos%20Brothers%22&f=false raved]!  
 
''Boy's Life'' [https://books.google.com/books?id=rl9n30b1_6AC&lpg=PA8&dq=%22Santos%20Brothers%22%20Metrojazz&pg=PA8#v=snippet&q=%22Santos%20Brothers%22&f=false raved]!  

Revision as of 12:25, 24 October 2018

Santos Brothers Jazz for Two Trumpets.jpg

Fictional Mexican trumpet virtuosos from the 1960 album hoax/joke Jazz for Two Trumpets (Metro-Jazz). Supposedly recorded by farmers, jazz fans, and brothers Juan and José Santos of the small (and real) Mexican town of Copainalá.

It was really recorded at a slower speed on valve trombones and sped up to sound like trumpets and falsely virtuosic.

Boy's Life raved!

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