Re: [Harp-L] Re: Froggy Voice can't sing

They called Mel Tormé the Velvet Fog, but as a kid, I thought that they
said, Velvet Frog ...
Lee Oskar, Toots Thielemans and Guido Basso, among others, play harp on some
of his recordings.

On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 8:09 PM, shockley <shocklee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Steve Webb wrote:
> Ummm, I am the king of froggy voices. I have often said that
> I could be a great singer, if only my voice would let me.  Sorry
> to say that there are froggy voices that do not have charm.
> If you need an example, I could provide you with a cassette
> tape on which I mistakenly attempted to sing.
> Steve Webb in Minnesota, where I let my harmonica do my singing
> Maybe you need to try a Ramones song?
> I'm only froggy sometimes when I wake up. Dr. John/Wolfman Jack
> type. It's fun -- thrilling even, but never lasts.
> Shockley
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