Jose Conseco Ferdinand decided to swim out to a log in the middle of the swamp. He waded out a little bit, but then was picked up by his photographer who was in a boat. The photographer was worried because there are alligators and water buffalo in this swamp. The photographer boated him out to the log and gave him his trombone.
As Jose was playing his photographer snapped many photos from nearby on his boat. The music brought a few people and many of them though that Jose was crazy. They thought the log was a water buffalo and that Jose was playing on top of one! Of course, this can’t be true because the buffalo would be MUCH less calm than the log with Jose on its back.
Jose was playing “wha-wha-wha” before he got into a grove. He then began playing Spanish music, the flamenco, and the “bullfighter’s song.” With his playing there were bird chirping in the background, wind rustling though the nearby trees, croaking from frogs, “buzzing” from mosquitos, and splashing from the fish. It was humid and heavy, musty and damp. He was out the doing what he does best, practicing by himself. And swatting mosquitos.
After his performance, he jumped into the water. The legend about Jose Conseco Ferdinand here splits into two theories; he either swam all the way back to shore, or the alligators got him and he was never seen from again. All we know is he was a good player.