Thursday, January 24

Isolation Journal: entry #2

This time is not being wasted. I have used it to hone an ancient craft into a powerful vehicle for personal musical expression.

Ladies and gentleman, I give you, the Jazz Hand Whistle.



8 comments:

Bruce Hardy said...

can you play "sweet georgia brown"???

jmoon said...

Dear Mr. Westerholm,

I am glad you did not pass out, sir.

Sincerely,

Your #1 Fan

Matt MacDonald said...

if a category for the Nobel Prize was musical ingenuity and I was on the nominating committee, I would submit your name along with this video.

praying for you bro.

Gerald said...

I for one, don't believe it. I suspect some technological chicanery is at play. I mean, how could anyone make such beautiful music with a mere mouth and hand?

Tobi said...

You apparently have WAY too much free time on your hands.

Oh... wait....

BigCityHandWhistleFan said...

thought your live Hand Whistle performance of "Cherokee" showcased your ability to play through the turnarounds little stronger, but then you've been cooped up for a couple of days, so we'll cut you some slack.

Play 'Naima' for me!

mixin4jesus said...

Hey Westy,

Thanks for providing a highlight to our Friday 9am agenda meeting. Love the "Jazz-Lead-Trumpet-Solo-Lean" posture, too!

La La Landon said...

you, my friend, are a first class human being.

i still can't even make a noise on my Egyptian hand flute.