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Published on Sep 3, 2011
Borge conducts a performance in which the "musicians" include Douglas Butler hammering nails, Robert Swan playing a saw, Lawrence Arcurie tearing a bedsheet, Wilfrid Roberts blowing a conch shell, Gordon Powers letting air out of a balloon, and John Pepper and Owen Land blowing a garden hose. Nathan Wexler, who appeared on 1/14/63 playing a duck call, has the secret: "I play the kitchen sink." They play "The Blue Danube" with Norman Paris on piano. Wexler interrupts with "It Don't Mean a Thing," after which Arcurie switches to a deck of cards, which he plays by riffling them next to his open mouth.