of course the famous cricket at 2:02 -2:05, and no, they already had that name by that point
> Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 15:36:43 +0000
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Phonobomb examples?
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> Patrick Feaster and I were talking about recordings in which people imitate animals (specifically, we were listening to The Pussy Cat Rag on the National Jukebox), and I remembered field recordings in which real animals have been audible. I've heard a dog yelping on a recording from Nepal (and the ethnomusicologist saying, "Damn dog," suggesting that the animal had been interfering with the equipment). Also, a recording of folk songs in the US, in which the elderly singer was accompanied by his squawking parakeet.
> Patrick suggested that we could call these "phonobombs." Has anyone else heard things like this?
> Susan Hooyenga