Discussion in 'Any other subjects?' started by hollyh, Jun 12, 2006.
For the time being it is Alan Price and Donovan for me <3
I really love listening to some of Mozart's symphonies when I'm writing, but good old, funny old Maurice Chevalier beats them all
Benny Goodman, Jelly Roll Morton, Woody Guthrie, Leonard Cohen, Boris Vian, Scott Joplin, Moby Grape (Omaha!!), Charley Patton, Blinds Willie McTell and Willie Johnson... I'm just brainstorming but there's a lot of stuff I enjoy.
I'm also a fan of Muppet Show songs :hehe:
oh yes, lullaby, the Muppets rock.
He's so I want to be just like that when I'm retired [hr]
Nuts... my picture didn't come out. hno:
The photo is even autographed by Animal!
I always look for the best stuff :thumbup:
I split my sides watching this very excellent parody of Meatloaf the other day, I had to share it
Generally, I'm always a little intimidated by romantic, fat, long-haired, beautiful-voiced rock singers, but this really was too good.
ps: I really like the melody of this parody song, I really do :whut:
Maybe that's why it also appealed to me.
Did you mean to post a link, lullaby?
lullaby, I don't remember you posted it here. I watched it on Facebook.
Oh no !!!!!:duh: Stupid me, I for got it!
YES, I did mean to post a link but forgot all about it, apparently. That's what happens when you've left your brains in the other room. Beautiful work, really hno:
ps: I don't like Meatloaf at all, or any of the musical performers related to that genre. It's the parody that I found to be good.
Funny performance! Meat Loaf deserves to be parodied.
I remember once reading a review of his album in the London Times, where they kept referring to him as Mr. Loaf. As if they refused to admit it was a stage name!
I think it is his real name... mister Meat Barbecue Cutlets Loaf Jr.
"it's a wonderful word, lala lala, if anyone asks you how you are it's proper to say Cosi Cosa.."
This is one of my favorite childhood songs of all time sung by the (great!!) Allan Jones in A Night at the Opera with the Marx Brothers.
that one is sooo sweet i wish we had shows like that now
Norah Jones & Willie Nelson - Wurlitzer Prize
Jeff Beck - Drowning in my Tears
Keane - Bedshaped
Karl Shiflett - Salty Dog Blues
B.B.King & Jeff Beck - Key to the Highway
I love the music for this mime scene taken from The Children of Paradise (1943 to 1945), with Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault and Maria Casarès. It's so delicate, so frail and poetic; and yet it's incredibly powerful. Classical music has that effect to engage the human heart. I don't know who wrote the score for this movie but I'd put them in my top five.
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