Cartoons: Amusing Musicians

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“I’ve invited a guest drummer over for the evening.”
Drucker
July 28, 1951

 

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“You’d think they’d at least have the courtesy to ask you what you had in there!”
Bob Barnes
March 24, 1951

 

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“He may never be another Heifetz, but he’s sure breaking the baby of sucking his thumbs!”
Ben Roth
March 10, 1951

 

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“I hope you’re right about his brilliant future — personally, I wish he was on tour now.”
Corka
March 10, 1951

 

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“My feet are killing me.”
Tom Henderson
March 3, 1951

 

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“As long as you’re going to read…”
RJ Wilson
February 27, 1951

 

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“I don’t play any of them. Over a period of years I’ve bought them from the kid next door.”
Dave Seward
September 16, 1951

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks for this batch of fun—from ’51. Let’s see here, hmmm. I think numbers 2 to 5 are my favorites; especially the facial expressions in 2 & 3, including the poor baby. 🙂

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