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- I believe Jog added that bit of info. I don't know of it being the only case, but as evidenced by the screenshot shown here, he does indeed use the back of his head to hit a chord. It's one of the last of several quick cuts made back to him in a series of hard chords struck during the song alternating between piano, and Animal on drums. I can't recall any other times Rowlf did such a thing, but it does seem slightly out of character for most of his piano spots unless the situation called for it, such as it was in this number. -- Scott (talk) 00:16, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
- It's the exact same setting, as performed by the orchestra in the orchestra pit. Directorially speaking, both clips are almost exactly the same: the order of the solos, and camera angles, are almost the same in each number (shot of entire orchestra with Lips on trumpet, Janice's solo, Rowlf's solo, Zoot/Floyd, Animal, entire orchestra finish). The only differences are the musical numbers, and the fact that Janice plays guitar in this song and banjo in After You've Gone. -- Jog 23:07, 8 March 2006 (UTC)
- That's great! I added that info to the article. Feel free to edit where needed. -- Scott Scarecroe 16:31, 9 March 2006 (UTC)