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Lorb Lorbson produces a sample of his scat

September 28th, 2009 5 comments


In response to the staggeringly intense interest in Lorb Lorbson’s scat, he has released a sample and his adoring fans are eating it up! This little nugget includes insightful commentary by Lorb himself . This number is a scat version of “the Way We Were” which is on disc 6 of Lorb Lorbson’s “Big Box of Scat”. You too will be calling out for more scat after you see what Lorb has produced.

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Stu Cranstence answers another big question

September 22nd, 2009 5 comments

Meulah almost stumps Stu Cranstence with her tough question, but as usual Stu has an insightful answer.

Lorb improves on Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground”

September 18th, 2009 9 comments

Wow, what a performance! You can see why people get so excited about what Lorb Lorbson does with a beloved classic song. You will never be able to listen to that song in quite the same way after hearing this rendition. Thank you Ron Cranstence for saving this tape from destruction!

Let’s Ask Stu: Feff

September 12th, 2009 5 comments

Feff has a great question for Stu Cranstence and Stu’s answer will surprise you. Stu’s depth of knowledge and insight never cease to amaze the world. Rhodes and Rose dot com would like to invite it’s loyal viewers to submit questions for Stu. All videos must be in a digital format ready for editing. Here’s your chance to pick the brain of a REAL expert. Wmv, mpeg-2, DV, or Avi’s will be accepted. Contact Owen@Rhodesandrose.com for further details on where to send those video questions.

KELP: the t-shirt

September 10th, 2009 1 comment

Lorb sings Folsom Prison Blues

September 5th, 2009 13 comments

In this video you see Lorb Lorbson at his best, and if you listen carefully and watch in certain scenes you can actually see one of Lorb’s biggest fans really getting into the music and providing a spark of energy to the whole performance. People do tend to get pretty excited when they hear what Lorb does to a classic song. It’s great to see an artist and his audience communicate like this!