I Got my Marlins Vuvuzela…zela…zela…zela


Too funny with the vuvuzuelas Cliff. You know I thought as I was typing that I could see and hear the buzz like bees. I heard a guy… where was it that thought the noise came from a problem with bees.
Hey I still have not had a chance to look for the Cuban sandwiches but tomorrow!

Since I am a musical guy, this has been a blast learning to use the vuvuzela for more than just noise. But it was also a great thing to see the Marlins gameday staff or Marlinsvision play songs in the stadium that could be adapted to vuvuzela use.
The stadium did sound like a huge beehive, but we were buzzing around doing things, so maybe it was a perfect swap.
Hope you can find Lui’s small food cart. He is sometimes even there, so that would be a great thing too.

Rays Renegade


I never thought I’d say this, but I much prefer the cowbell over the V-thing. And I can’t believe they wouldn’t let you in with your cowbell. Noise is noise!


SEE!? Flight of the Valkyries with those things is my idea of a good time!! I wish I could have heard that. I caught the game on TV and I thought it was hysterical when I heard the vuvuz’s!!! Now if the cowbell and the vuvz’s can get some rhythm going…the possibilities are endless.

I am fast learning how groups like Herb Albert, Chicago and some Latin brass insterment groups gain their intense popularity.
There is more variety and rythym that can be achieved out of usung a air-based instrument like a trumpet, trombone, or even kazoo or vuvuzela. Might be a new musical culture was opened up to me last night.
And doing “You Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” last night on the vuvuzela at a neighboring bar…..Was the purest highlight of my weekends Rays versus Marlins road trip.

Rays Renegade


I love the sounds of vuvuzelas in the morning…hehehehehe
They did not let us bring them back into the Sun Life Stadium on Sunday, so there is an audio discrimination here….solidly.
But it was a completely different attitude in the crowd for one night…They were having fun again at a baseball game.
People forget both the Tampa Bay region and the Fort Lauderdale area had great North American Soccer League (NASL) teamsm the Tampa Bay Rowdies and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.
So soccer in that region is not a foreign thing.

Rays Renegade


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