Lovin’ The Music


Friday 23 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Harping back to my days as a percussion professional…  yeah, as if!  My musical days were very very short lived indeed, sad to say. Anyone remember the tale of Spike & His Triangle?


So, why the flashback to my days of wanting to be Phil Collins?

Well, coz it’s Friday, and I found another little musical delight to share. As usual, click on the image below to see what I mean 😀




17 thoughts on “Lovin’ The Music

  1. What beautiful sounds coming from this amazing little instrument. I have never seen or heard anything like this before!


  2. If it’s music, you got me. And my son is a percussionist! Thank you.


  3. Thanks for sharing this. I love listening to music made from a Hang (drum).

    I had the pleasure of attending an intimate concert early this year in Toronto. It’s very serene and meditative music for me. If you like to know, they are custom made instruments from Switzerland and quite expensive I might add.


  4. They are called lap or tank drums. Usually made out of propane tanks. I just saw a really nice one at a shop I visited yesterday. When made properly, they sound beautiful.


  5. newbloggycat says:

    That’s amazing! What’s that instrument called? Looks like an upside down wok 🙂


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