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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Dave Mack, Aug 22, 2004.
Searched fruitlessly for 1/2 an hour on net.... Thanx, D oops: I meant "find" not "fing"...
Here's the chunks in .MP3 format. Granted, not .WAV format, but you could convert them as needed. Cowbell
Is there a way to extract the audio from a video file, because the whole thing can be found at: http://www.rhettvv.com/comedy/snlvideos.asp Best skit ever, btw.
One of the best. Simply genius
I would like to watch this video. Which video is it on the above linked website? Thanks, Jason
Behind the Music - Blue Oyster Cult
Ive got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell! LOL!!!
i can't think of how many times i've said this out loud ... with nothing but blank stares comin' back at me. i'm surrounded by people who just don't understand pure genius when they hear it. :b
When I put my pants on, I make gold records, baby!!! Dave, shoot me a PM with your email address. I think I have this in .wav format at home, and I could email it to you...
Holy SHIT! Check this out! I was just reading a Guitar For the Practicing Musician magazine from 1992, when I came across this tidbit in an interview with Dweezil Zappa:
Otto: "I know they're called fingers, but I've never seen them fing..........oh wait, there they go!"
Anyone know the story behind the sketch... who wrote it, etc? Classic stuff, would have been better if Fallon didn't keep cracking up as usual.
[EDIT:] Okay.. Freaky Karma Moment: Right after I posted the above picture, I left work, got in my car, and Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear the Reaper" was on my car radio! Am I being haunted by the ghost of Gene Frenkle?
I'd love to here Jay Mohr as walken doing that skit!
if he was a real guy, you may be. CJ
Looks like SNL is now making some of their classic clips available for download through iTunes. One of the options is a "best of" Christopher Walken download with the cowbell skit included.
The NPR Show, "All Things Considered" did about 4-5 minutes talking about the SNL bit and all things cowbell; Feb 2005. There's even a web site devoted to the cowbell. If I can find that NPR link, I'll post it. I captured the audio of the piece using Total Recorder.
NPR: There's Just Something About that Cowbell NOTE: the web site appears to have a link to the skit.