One Note Symphony

Album: not released on an album (1999)

Songfacts®:

  • Never released on a record, the band has only played this in concert. The song consists of each member in the band playing just one note. Then it's over. The song is approximately 1 second long.

Comments: 8

  • Bert from Pueblo, Nmthe white stripes did something similar. except it was their entire show. they announced they would play a one-note show to be the shortest concert ever
  • Callum from Chester, EnglandTwas inspired by Thelonious Monk it says so on Flea's bass DVD
  • Patrick from Humboldt, Iafunny
  • Jo-c from Lima, PeruLOL I've got to listen to this
  • Norman from Detroit, Mithis song changed the very way i live my life.
  • Ben from Padfield, Englandthis song was inspired by john cages' 4:33 which is a peice of music written for orchestra's lasting for 4 minutes and 33 seconds and in three movments yet completely silent, the music was the noise which could be heard in the background (i.e. birds out side)
  • Terri Lynn from Heart's Desire, Canadahaha... this has to be the strangest song ever, and the only chili peppers song credited on this site?
  • Rudi from Melbourne, AustraliaBEST.. SONG... EVER.
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