Title: The Rubber Ball Bounce / The Medicine Show
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American singer and dobro player. Butler is best known for having performed the original version of "Mule Train" in 1947. He played with Gene Autry and the Cass Country Boys. He recorded for Decca and Mercury in the 1940s and 1950s. Buz retired to Lake City, Florida in 1973 but continued to play in local bands. Butler pasted away in July, 2002. The Rubber Ball Bounce, The Medicine Show.
Album: The Best Vintage Tunes. Nuggets & Rarities Vol. 13. Release year: 2010. Buz Butler: best 2 tracks. Buz Butler - Rubber Ball Bounce Hillbilly Classics, 2008 02:51. Buz Butler - Rubber Ball Bounce Hillbilly, Bop, Boogie & the Honky Tonk Blues, Vol. 1 (1948 - 1950), 2005 02:51.
Buz Butler songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Hillbilly Classics. The Rubber Ball Bounce. album: The Best Vintage Tunes. Rubber Ball Bounce. album: Hillbilly, Bop, Boogie & the Honky Tonk Blues, Vol. 1 (1948 - 1950).
Why Glass and Steel Bounce Better Than Rubber. When a rubber ball hits a surface, it compresses and deforms before returning to its original shape. Quite a lot of energy is lost in this process. Although it is not a crystal like its chemical relative, quartz (SiO2), glass is rigid and does not deform much when it strikes a surface. Most of the energy of the impact returns to the glass. Steel is crystalline, especially hardened steel containing carbon, so it deforms slightly but retains a lot of the collision energy. You can test the bounce of balls on a hard surface providing you drop a rubber ball, a solid glass ball, and a steel ball from the same (low) height. Think millimeters or centimeters, not meters. Use care, since a glass ball may break or chip, even when dropped a small distance.
When you drop a ball, it will only bounce, if it gets back the energy, it imparted to the surface it hit. Objects dissipate energy too readily to bounce well. vibration (ie) ringing sound is energy dissipated. So,coming to the current scenario,when a rubber ball hits a surface, it compresses and deforms, before returning to its original shape. A lot of energy is lost in this process. In case of glass ball, it doesn't deform much,since it is rigid and when it strikes a surface, most of the impact energy returns to the glass, causing it to bounce higher than the rubber ball
Single bounce from a rubber ball, close and thick. Impact of rubber or plastic ball thwacking on a concrete surface in single bounce. Foley plastic ball bounce. Category: Impact/ Crash.
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