Monday, January 13, 2014

Eleven - Twelve - Thirteen

Happy 13-13-13, everyone! I have a special treat for you.

What's really great about this is, you can see that each number had a theme. 2 was the amusement park. 3 was the circus. 5 was transportation. So on.

Pinball Number Count was originally produced in 1976 by Imagination, Inc. in San Francisco, California for the Children's Television Workshop. It made its debut on Sesame Street in 1977. It was composed by Walt Kraemer and arranged by Ed Bogas. It features all four Pointer Sisters.

So, just how great is this piece?


Check it out! In 3-D even. That's great.

Not sure about this, but it's got some exploded views.


Awesomesauce! It's got that creepy-ass typewriter. He always gave me the heebie-jeebies.

Actually, quick story: I gave Joe over at The Church a CD once and it had this version on it. When I pointed it out, he said, "Thank you! Oh my god. If I had been driving and this had come on, I would have crashed the car."

A valiant, if not misdirected effort.

Hey, looking good. Let me know when it's done.

Yeah, OK. So everyone's using this one to learn, eh?

Oh hey! I know this one. Venetian Snares is pretty cool.

Not sure what's going on here.

Wally gave us that remix of I like to Sing-a, so he's OK.

OK. I'm out. Good night, everyone.


Christopher Sobieniak said...

There's another mash-up version of Braces Tower's "Eleven Twelve" I saw years back I thought was OK featuring footage from Yellow Submarine.

Christopher Sobieniak said...

Oh, and let's not forget a Family Guy spoof too, but I don't feel like linking to that!