Tube Time: Multiple Sidosis

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Is there any better invention than YouTube for distracting a kid while still broadening their horizons? I doubt it. When your young one gets tired of watching clips of kittens falling over, take some of my suggestions for great things to show them. Today's feature is a cult classic short film from 1966 by musician, inventor, and generally great guy Sid Laverents. It tells the story of a gentleman (played by Sid himself) who receives a multi-track tape recorder for Christmas and proceeds to record the greatest one-man rendition of "Nola" ever. At under ten minutes, it won't strain a little one's attention span if they can get past the somewhat slow beginning, and this tour de force of garage-level special effects still has modern filmmakers flabbergasted at how Sid did what he did.

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  • Amazing. What a great way to teach kids about the process of recording music. You can’t go wrong with ukuleles and Mickey Mouse ears! We are going to watch this in our lullaby listening room to see if we can pick up any tips!

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