ON HARD-BOILED PUNK ROCKER

A further possible effect of music upon the body is described by Bob Larson, the one-time rock guitarist who gave up his playing becoming a Christian. Larson writes :

“Drs. Earl W. Flosdorf and Leslie A. Chambers found in a series of experiments that shrill sounds projected into a liquid media coagulated proteins. A recent teenage fad was that of taking soft eggs to rock concerts and placing them at the foot of the stage. Midway through the concert the eggs could be eaten hard-boiled as a result of the music. Amazingly few rock fans wondcred what  that same music might do to their bodies.”

Not the most appetizing of thoughts. Anyone for hard-boiled punk rocker?

From Assessment : Music, Man and Society, found in:
The secret power of music by David Tame (1984.)

Original cited article: THE DENATURATION OF PROTEINS BY SOUND WAVES OF AUDIBLE FREQUENCIES