Posts Tagged ‘chumley’

Tennessee & Chumley Worship the Devil – YouTube edition

January 20, 2009


Since I just found out the links have been very flaky for the audio archives since day one, I decided to post this old chestnut on YouTube so people actually have a shot of hearing it this time.

Some background – all the voices on this skit are done by Pat. The Devil, Mr. Whoopie, Stanley, Chumley & Tennessee – all him. I made him do each character separately, so I could overlap them in spots, but it was all chopped together manually on reel to reel tapes, with some overdubs where the Devil causes total carnage in the background by the WHEB-FM cart machines.

This was one of several skits we did using the characters… (more…)

Housecleaning – the audio download links should work again…

September 24, 2008

I noticed that FileDen somehow decided they didn’t want to host my files any longer…  all 3 of them. So I’ve moved them, and the links should work, but the mouseover doesn’t playback the files any longer. If someone has another solution, I’ll do it that way, but for now, the links are working.

Tennessee Tuxedo and Chumley

MP3: Tennesse Tuxedo Worships the Devil – click to download – Mouseover to play
Tennessee Tuxedo Worships the Devil – The Blog Entry

Your Meat Team

Your Meat Team

Mr. Bungdropper MP3 file

Mr. Bungdropper Blog Entry

We Love Cartoons – Tennesee Tuxedo Worships the Devil

June 10, 2008

Tennessee Tuxedo and Chumley

MP3: Tennesse Tuxedo Worships the Devil – click to download – Mouseover to play

We love cartoons. Especially the voices. I know I tried to do many of the characters by Daws Butler, Paul Winchell and Mel Blanc, and failed miserably. However, Pat does have a knack for it, while my forte is more the technical side. It was that good match that made this skit possible, since it’s literally spliced line for line on a reel to reel – we didn’t have access to multitrack recording at the time, just 2 reel to reels and a few cart machines. So, after cutting the characters together, and laying down sound FX onto another generation of tape, this was the final result.

Today we could do this in an hour or so.
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