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Nerdy hot. Quick, name another member of Maroon 5!

Sugar.

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Listening to "Gibson - It's a Scary, Scary World. . . " (from the "Talking Kitty" videos on YouTube)

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Ack! Loud ads prior to the music videos! IHIWTH. ;)

Clicked right out of it . . . .:sour:

I have to admit that I'm not a huge fan of Pink Floyd but do like the poetry of the lyrics of some of the songs. However, I love that my grandson-to-be has a Pink Floyd t-shirt that his mom found at a yard sale! :cool:

No music for me this morning but two nights ago I was alone at home, NOT ON CALL for the first time in 5 days, making dinner, a glass of wine poured, and my SiriusXM radio on the computer, on Classic Vinyl station blasting old rock and roll. Last song of the night was Janis Joplin singing Take Another Piece of My Heart.

That's a fun song to sing . . . . :singing:

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Ack! Loud ads prior to the music videos! IHIWTH. ;)

Clicked right out of it . . . .:sour:

I have to admit that I'm not a huge fan of Pink Floyd but do like the poetry of the lyrics of some of the songs. However, I love that my grandson-to-be has a Pink Floyd t-shirt that his mom found at a yard sale! :cool:

No music for me this morning but two nights ago I was alone at home, NOT ON CALL for the first time in 5 days, making dinner, a glass of wine poured, and my SiriusXM radio on the computer, on Classic Vinyl station blasting old rock and roll. Last song of the night was Janis Joplin singing Take Another Piece of My Heart.

That's a fun song to sing . . . . :singing:

Didn't I make you feeeeeeeel, like yooooou were the onlllllllny maaaaaaaaan????

Here's another. Me and Bobby McGee.

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Back around the early 1990s, Pat Metheny produced an album titled Secret Story. Every song on this album is a gem for me. Currently, I'm listening to Pat Metheny's "As a Flower Blossoms", which is also found on this album. It is short. It is wonderfully sweet. And, I can listen to it over and over and over again (like I'm doing now). Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_FDpAiB23I

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Ted: My daughter and I really enjoyed the Kitty videos!

I was trying to remember all the words to this Woody Guthrie song.

This version is by Rose Maddox. She was a regular on "Town Hall Party" playing live country music on TV every Saturday night.

My Dad imitated her by singing with a clothespin on his nose. He said, No trumpet player would kiss her with that over bite.

She performed with her brothers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIU3Zz7BZts

here is John Ritter's father introducing Joe and Rose Lee Maphis. He was the original "Rhinestone Cowboy". My Mom made some of his jackets. My sisters and I helped pound the rhinestones. My dad said they both should have worn braces. I never met any of them, but they were fun on TV

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Back around the early 1990s, Pat Metheny produced an album titled Secret Story. Every song on this album is a gem for me. Currently, I'm listening to Pat Metheny's "As a Flower Blossoms", which is also found on this album. It is short. It is wonderfully sweet. And, I can listen to it over and over and over again (like I'm doing now). Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_FDpAiB23I

This gave me a sense of "waiting"

Ted, do you play?

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My first degree is from a music college. Because of this, I hold a BM degree. ("BM" = Bachelor of Music. I've said this sad joke about 100 times now! LOL! :D ) (By the way, my focus of study was Film Composition aka writing music for movies. It's pretty much a BM degree unless you know someone in the field to help you get into the film-scoring market. HIGHLY competitive. The piano was my principle instrument.) Do YOU play?!? Someday, I would love to be in a band-setting made up of nurses.

Currently listening to "As a Flower Blossoms". . . again. Love the tune. :)

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My first degree is from a music college. Because of this, I hold a BM degree. ("BM" = Bachelor of Music. I've said this sad joke about 100 times now! LOL! :D ) (By the way, my focus of study was Film Composition aka writing music for movies. It's pretty much a BM degree unless you know someone in the field to help you get into the film-scoring market. HIGHLY competitive. The piano was my principle instrument.) Do YOU play?!? Someday, I would love to be in a band-setting made up of nurses.

Currently listening to "As a Flower Blossoms". . . again. Love the tune. :)

I did play. I played the flute and currently own 2 flutes. I did NYSSMA and all that, but in 11th grade I decided I was too cool to wear the skunk hat from marching band, and I quit.

My kids play. My son plays sax. Our school played at the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Station this year, and also at Carnegie Hall. My son played the intro to Danny Boy on the Bari sax, so technically he soloed at Carnegie Hall.

I just love music. I would die without it.

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I did play. I played the flute and currently own 2 flutes. I did NYSSMA and all that, but in 11th grade I decided I was too cool to wear the skunk hat from marching band, and I quit.

My kids play. My son plays sax. Our school played at the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Station this year, and also at Carnegie Hall. My son played the intro to Danny Boy on the Bari sax, so technically he soloed at Carnegie Hall.

I just love music. I would die without it.

Very cool, Farawyn, RN! I bet you're quite the Proud Momma hearing your children play their instruments, and beaming ear to ear hearing and seeing your son solo at Carnegie Hall!

Hope you keep up with the flute playing! I'm sure that there are opportunities to share your talent. (Local theaters, churches, local band and orchestras, etc.) :)

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Very cool, Farawyn, RN! I bet you're quite the Proud Momma hearing your children play their instruments, and beaming ear to ear hearing and seeing your son solo at Carnegie Hall!

Hope you keep up with the flute playing! I'm sure that there are opportunities to share your talent. (Local theaters, churches, local band and orchestras, etc.) :)

Nah, I am a Bach fan. Not much call for that.

Call me Far- everyone else does, except for NSIME, who constantly misspells my name.

I am a proud mom. I don't how how my kids turned out well, but they have (so far)

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