"JAVA" the STEREO AUDIO by "Loose Bruce" Kerr as featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon syndicated radio shows.
This parody of "Ja-Da," a World War I era song Bruce sang at summer camp growing up in Wisconsin regards the Sun Microsystems v. Microsoft lawsuit on Java technology from 1997, as told by Sun's own Assistant General Counsel, "Loose Bruce" Kerr.
Kerr had just joined Sun's legal department when the lawsuit was filed. Kerr recorded this in his Silicon Valley garage 6 months into his new job, one vocal and instrument at a time on a 4 track cassette deck. Yes, those are non-heavy metal ukeleles on this recording.
Now digitally remastered and stereo-ized here. And watch for the upcoming video here also during December 2008.
email Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com
"MOMENTS TO REMEMBER" -THE VIDEO -parody by "Loose Bruce" Kerr is based on a song of the same name from the 1950's by the Four Lads, turning an innocent look at old college days into a version for the Baby Boomers looking back on days of protesting from the 1960's & 70's.
"Loose Bruce" Kerr is an irregular feature on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon syndicated national radio shows. Bruce has opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Kerr records and performs his videos and audio tracks in his garage, singing and playing the instruments one at a time. Bruce took 20 years off from his legal career to write and perform music as "Loose Bruce" Kerr. After resuming his career in law, Kerr has become Assistant General Counsel of Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley.
Most of Bruce's audios and videos can be heard and seen on this podcast site as well as on YouTube, funnyordie.com, metacafe.com, revver.com and many other video sites.
email Bruce at <BKerrLaw@aol.com>