A happy a cappella song featuring heavy breathing, chest pounding, and lyrics from the back of a condiment package.
And a true story. Occurred and written down in spring of 1990, recorded by Andrew Rappaport in the counting the moon sessions in June 1992 in a few takes, while grinning madly. I found out long afterwards what “shinshu honzukuri miso shiro” means.
shinshu honzukuri miso shiro i was eating a miso-mustard sandwich (my favorite), and reading the box it came in (the miso). it was written in japanese (phonetic), which i can’t read (pathetic), so all i know are the words my pronunciation may be awful, and i expect it is, ’cause all i know of Japanese i learned from menus and cookbooks.
tjw: vocals, chest pounding, hand claps.