Sounds like a beautiful song."This is why is has a blow hole" is very funny.
I am now convinced that it may end up being my major artistic contribution to this place.
If I remember the info correctly, in the science of music Discovery documentary, the structures of whale songs are the same as human songs, and they rhyme.
Ken, by that I assume you mean they use the traditional ABACAB structure.I'm interested in whale rhyming, though. How does that work?
That's what I don't remember exactly, if it was something like that structure, or something like 3/4. I will bring a copy of the DVD for you guys next time I see you. It's really interesting.
Whales love a good waltz.Dave, is The Whale Song a waltz?
I sent it to your smoke and mirrors email.It's in 4/4
They say this particular whale is ill, but I think he's just mad for brit pop. Blur is very popular with aquatic mamalia.
Damn - Windows media player won't play the m4a.I can't download iTunes onto this machine.I'll have to wait 'till I get to the studio to hear it....Bummer.You got an mp3?
videolan.org - VLC will play almost format. Also Quicktime will play them.
The whale is there because Roger Waters was not at home in Switzerland and he wants to talk.
Whales are known socialists after all.
I think Roger may be residing in New York these days... i may be wrong.I listened to "The Whale Song" at the studio, in all of its m4a glory.Truly beautiful, timeless, touching.I already feel closer to my mammalian brothers who live in the sea.
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