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    Hell, if I didn't do things just because they made me feel a bit ridiculous, I wouldn't have much of a social life. - Santo Rugger.

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    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    You're welcome, Zuul!

    Actually, King of Anything has been my alarm clock song for several days running.
    So, I'll whisper in the dark, hoping you'll hear me.

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    Wonderful film, must watch it again soon. Jacquou le Croquant

    Bojana Panic is particularly attractive in it

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    Listening to Heather Nova on my mp3 player at work for the first time in a couple of months (been off sick) and wondering again what became of the exquisite cellist Nadia Lanman, found this on the German Heather Nova site:
    Doubled Up
    Apparently they played a few songs together but Nadia isn't up to playing professionally still and perhaps never will be.

    Although a poor live recording it still underscores the skill of a wonderful cellist. She makes the song both joyful and tragic at the same time.

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    I'm not sure what I think about the song just yet, but I found the video terribly entertaining.
    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    The link in the post above only seems to work with a lot of tinkering so here's a couple of others.
    Heather is far prettier than anyone ought to be.

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    Working video of the one posted above that failed.

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    This one's for Jali, but the rest of you can share it. I'm sure she wont mind.


    Come on, all join in... "Glibby gloop gloopy Nibby Nabby Noopy La La La Lo Lo Sabba sibby sabba nooby abba nabba Le Le Lo Lo
    Tooby ooby walla Nooby abba nabba... Early mornin' singin' song"


    Oh, and I can't get this one out of my head.
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    To sleep, perchance to experience amygdalocortical activation and prefrontal deactivation.

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    Hell, if I didn't do things just because they made me feel a bit ridiculous, I wouldn't have much of a social life. - Santo Rugger.

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    On a Rolling Stones kick right now:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BhHTA6Gzn0

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    Still love that song, AG!
    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    They have piles of great songs by the way:




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    Which samples heavily from this:


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    Ha HA. I've figured out how to embed.


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    Hell, if I didn't do things just because they made me feel a bit ridiculous, I wouldn't have much of a social life. - Santo Rugger.

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    derplicate.
    Last edited by Cluricaun; 05 Oct 2010 at 08:57 PM.
    Hell, if I didn't do things just because they made me feel a bit ridiculous, I wouldn't have much of a social life. - Santo Rugger.

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    If not for the internet, I would NEVER get to watch Kenyan music videos. That would be so sad.

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    Ray Bryant on piano.
    Last edited by Oliveloaf; 08 Oct 2010 at 05:48 PM.
    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    What it is

    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    I've been listening to this one a lot lately:


    Last edited by Trojan Man; 08 Oct 2010 at 11:07 PM.

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    No worky. Take Two:


    .

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    Cluricaun, your man Cannonball used to hang with my guy Ray.

    They did a pair of albums together than are truely awesome.
    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    Last edited by Trojan Man; 08 Oct 2010 at 11:29 PM.

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    In the land of the blind, the one-arm man is king.

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    I have front-row seats for this cat...tonight!

    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    Just discovered a site that has ALL Happy Rhodes' songs streamed

    http://rhodesongs.com/music/index.html

    Currently listening to the "RhodeSongs" album, that I just missed buying on eBay

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    Ooh. Nice find, Myglaren. Thank you for sharing.

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    She stands before you naked
    you can see it, you can taste it,
    and she comes to you light as the breeze.
    Now you can drink it or you can nurse it,
    it don't matter how you worship
    as long as you're
    down on your knees.

    So I knelt there at the delta,
    at the alpha and the omega,
    at the cradle of the river and the seas.
    And like a blessing come from heaven
    for something like a second
    I was healed and my heart
    was at ease.

    O baby I waited
    so long for your kiss
    for something to happen,
    oh something like this.

    And you're weak and you're harmless
    and you're sleeping in your harness
    and the wind going wild
    in the trees,
    and it ain't exactly prison
    but you'll never be forgiven
    for whatever you've done
    with the keys.

    O baby I waited ...

    It's dark now and it's snowing
    O my love I must be going,
    The river has started to freeze.
    And I'm sick of pretending
    I'm broken from bending
    I've lived too long on my knees.

    Then she dances so graceful
    and your heart's hard and hateful
    and she's naked
    but that's just a tease.
    And you turn in disgust
    from your hatred and from your love
    and comes to you
    light as the breeze.

    O baby I waited ...

    There's blood on every bracelet
    you can see it, you can taste it,
    and it's Please baby
    please baby please.
    And she says, Drink deeply, pilgrim
    but don't forget there's still a woman
    beneath this
    resplendent chemise.

    So I knelt there at the delta,
    at the alpha and the omega,
    I knelt there like one who believes.
    And the blessings come from heaven
    and for something like a second
    I'm cured and my heart
    is at ease.

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    From a mixtape swap on another forum I post on:

    I didn't make the world this way, it was like this when I got here

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    This one keeps popping up, even when I don't intentionally play it.
    So, I'll whisper in the dark, hoping you'll hear me.

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    The lovely Carol Decker has a superb voice and is as good live as recorded.
    I've had the Bridge of Spies CD for years, was reminded by them playing this in ASDA (Wal-Mart) yesterday.

    Carol occasionally pops up at my brother in law's, although I have never met her, a situation that hopefully may change one day.



    I think that she may have taught Rick Astley to dance

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    I'm listening to Vienna Teng again:

    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    After the travesty that was this episode of Glee:

    I've been listening to the RHPS soundtrack:
    So, I'll whisper in the dark, hoping you'll hear me.

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    Wipeout is such a good game.

    In the land of the blind, the one-arm man is king.

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    Bach's Double Concerto - glorious!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vesrqFeq9rU&feature=fvst
    Martina McBride, "In My Daughter's Eyes." Anyone with a daughter (or a son) should hear this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2y6S...eature=related
    Sniff 'n the Tears, "Driver's Seat." An old favorite: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PykVUnlTqXE
    David Cook, "Come Back to Me." A good but sad song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBF6IV8W-80&ob=av2n
    Jesse Cook, "Cafe Mocha." Great Latin-flavored guitar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GbYXdoRS60

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    On a Cowboy Junkies kick, saw them last night at The Monastery in Manchester.
    Fantastic venue.



    Fabulous!

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    In which I reveal my secret love for Reba McEntire:

    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    WHY CAN'T I TURN THIS OFF WHY IS THE AWFUL SO ADDICTING
    I don't think so, therefore I'm probably not.

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    I currently have this song on repeat:

    So now they are just dirt-covered English people in fur pelts with credit cards.

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    Using my amazing French to English translation skills I thought this meant "Bum In The Window" but apparently not

    (Wouldn't be too surprising though, she can be rather risqué now and then)
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