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#2010625 - 01/07/13 03:11 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Wow Recaredo, you are lucky no kings gave me any tablets this christmas, nor at any other time, I have to go out and buy my own, but I am quite lucky as I have a friend who sells me tablets and he only lives 20 mins drive away and sells me them at cost.




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#2010692 - 01/07/13 05:37 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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I encourage you to get one of these devices, Rossy. Tablets are amazing to watch concerts on the Internet, while you are sat on a comfortable couch. For this reason I'm looking for a parametric equalizer under Android. I'm a bit fussy about sound when I'm listening to music.

#2011018 - 01/08/13 07:41 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]  
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Originally Posted by griffin2417


TJ is Trapper John. Trap graces us with his posts quite often.



Yes I am, and no I don't - just once in a while when I find an exceptional musical video that I want to share with those who, in spite of their previous misjudgments, have the potential to be convinced through reason and by impeccable examples of the essential error of their ways...


Originally Posted by griffin2417


He never gives up on trying to convince me that Alison Kraus should have been on my list of 8 songs I'd take with me if I were trapped (pun intended) on a desert island. wink




Here's a "simple gift" for you Grif - enjoy:





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#2011043 - 01/08/13 08:57 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Yes Richard, every morning I get up and read myself into wakefulness! Usually with fuzzy socks on and never without tea! LOL

Any of you guys hear of Lindsey Sterling? She's a really neat violin player (two of our kids just love her.) She's co-starring with the piano guys!





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#2011081 - 01/08/13 10:11 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Bowie has released a new album! Gotta love the guy! smile



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Ahhh, a new Piano Guys upload. Wonderful! Lindsey is sweet too. Mmmm....


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#2011108 - 01/08/13 11:27 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: BeccaBb]  
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Originally Posted by BeccaBb

Any of you guys hear of Lindsey Sterling? She's a really neat violin player (two of our kids just love her.) She's co-starring with the piano guys!






She's really good - also, check out Jon's daughter singing in the "Where Are You Christmas?" vid selectable at the very end...


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#2011356 - 01/08/13 06:28 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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unfortunately Beccs, our radio 2 station has spent most of this week completely slagging off Bowies latest single from this album, and have used every opportunity to mention that after ten years abstinance from music making in general that we should expect something better from Bowie.

I will have to give the album a good listen, but as far as the single is concerned I have to agree with the consensus of opinion from our airwaves, it is a lamentable single.

It isnt that bowie is hitting any bum notes ( as sir paul did on his last tour which they have also mentioned big time saying its time macartney packed it in) it isnt that the production is weak.

It is merely that the single is ( to be very kind) lack lustre, non discript, boring and has none of the magic one would expect from the duke.

Its a good job we were not expecting anything of the calibre of Ziggy, aladin sane or even changes, this freshly released single is morbidly anerexic in its content and impact and is going down like a lead balloon over here.

Yes, Bowie has nothing to prove, but if he was considering selling this single he will be very very dissapointed.

Well below par.

Last edited by Rostosky; 01/08/13 06:35 PM. Reason: I TAKE THIS ALL BACK OF COURSE IF IT TRANSPIRES THAT BOWIE HAS FOUND OUT HE HAS A TERMINAL ILLNESS.



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#2011364 - 01/08/13 06:42 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Ah the overkill by radio technique! They do that here all the time too! I know it's not his best but I'm just thrilled he's putting out a new album. smile

I seen that video, Trap, I just didn't realize it was his daughter! I think I'll have to rewatch it.


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#2011367 - 01/08/13 06:46 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: BeccaBb]  
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Rossy, I don't believe Bowie is terminally ill, but he turned 66 years old today ......


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#2011396 - 01/08/13 08:07 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Just in case you miss it a little justification for my previous comments on my last post.

To finish off on Rossy's anti-jazz buffoonery all crackpot ideas deserve and demand ridicule and its all good. Its just something that I have no interest in.


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Wow, you all were busy little posters this weekend! Sorry I missed it.

Rossy, did you see that you missed DCD in October? They were in London and Ireland. You could have stopped in one of Richard's pubs and drank amaretto.

Richard, glad you liked the Kennedy Center stuff. And great posts from you and Griffin.

PJ, Kool and the Gang? For you? I'm worried!

Becca, thanks for the Bowie - I hadn't heard it yet. I think he is going into easy listening mode, or having some sort of life crisis. The video was creepy!

Rupak, I love Yuja Wang. Her technique is deadly, and I love her guts. Last year she wore a tiny orange 80's dress to play Rachmaninov's 3rd at the Hollywood Bowl and caused a huge ruckus in certain circles. I thought it was appropriate, since it was August and in LA.
Actually, her performance Stravinsky's Petrushka was one of the things that made me want to take up lessons.



TJ, liked the Yo-yo and Alison.


#2011494 - 01/09/13 12:55 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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I was on a Tom Waits kick this week. While looking for one thing on YouTube, I found something I wasn't looking for, and I love it.


If you watch his own video, he really does move like Cookie Monster.


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I haven't posted any Yasmin Levy all year!





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I was disappointed to find my Monteverdi post from Sunday has been removed from YouTube for copyright reasons. For those catching up midweek here's a shorter, but extant, version of the opening.





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#2011614 - 01/09/13 09:58 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: AimeeO]  
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Originally Posted by AimeeO


TJ, liked the Yo-yo and Alison.



Yes - but what's not to like, huh?

The key question is will Griffin not only like it but profit from it? I can sense a slight wavering of his resolve with regard to his desert island decision... smile


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I'm here lurking folks wink I'd rather listen to AimeeO's Tom Waites/Cookie Monster mashup, than David Bowie's new single, (what a load of sh*te) @ 66yrs, you'd av thought he'd pulled out all the stops and produced something decent!

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AimeeO, I love young Miss Wang's piano abilities- so jealous!
I remember that dress....had no problem with her wearing it, I only recall I didn't care for the actual style- it looked tacky to me. I'd have picked something as sexy, but with class.
Cookie Monster let me down big time! (ha).

Mr. you-know-who-you-are, I have never heard of Yasmin Levy; should I have? ( you know I like that name, however!)

Becca- thanks for the piano guys/Lindsey video- great music and very creative! I think violin may be my most favorite instrument, next to piano.

And, a cheery wave to everyone else!


And, now an old, old song for no particular reason a'tall other than I came across it on You Tube :





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Greetings everyone. Sorry I haven't had any time since returning to work. It's rough catching up after a long vacation. However, you'll hear more from me this weekend when I'll have more time to listen to all of these postings.

TJ, I definitely loved the Alison Kraus and Yo-Yo Ma. Simple Gifts is also a favorite of mine. I'll have further things to say about it when the work week ends. I must be off to bed. Another early morning start for me.

Good night!



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Originally Posted by wayne33yrs
I'm here lurking folks wink I'd rather listen to AimeeO's Tom Waites/Cookie Monster mashup, than David Bowie's new single, (what a load of sh*te) @ 66yrs, you'd av thought he'd pulled out all the stops and produced something decent!



My sentiments exactly wayne, radio stations here are taking the attitude that because of who he is and what he has done in the past ,this must be a good single... even going as far as saying in some cases that it needs a few listens..... I gave it four listens and it still isnt speaking to me like Bowie often has.


It doesnt matter who you are or what you have done, a single has to stand on its own merit and not on past glories?

Its dire, I would nearly rather listen to jazz, but not quite.
I would rather listen to the dog whinging because I am not sharing my bacon sarnie.




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Originally Posted by griffin2417



TJ, I definitely loved the Alison Kraus and Yo-Yo Ma. Simple Gifts is also a favorite of mine. I'll have further things to say about it when the work week ends.


"Work week? What's a work week...?" said the retired gentleman of leisure, as he putted for a birdie on the 18th green... laugh

Or, as the Countess Dowager (Maggie Smith), who had never logged a work week in her priviledged life, said on an early episode of "Downton Abbey" when someone mentioned relaxing on the weekend: "Weekend? What's a weekend?"



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Just spent a few delightful hours in a pub which had the new Bowie playing i I have a feeling it might grow on me. Also playing was Tom Waits, Nick Cave Kylie Minogue, Lenard Cohen and Nick Drake which sparked off an interesting and moving conversation as the person I was with had either known him or met him.




As Charlie Parker once said "If you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn "

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Originally Posted by piano joy
I have never heard of Yasmin Levy; should I have?
Yasmin Levy was the second posting in this thread from Mr. Who-am-I?-What's-my-name?-Where-do-I-come-from?-I'm-not-having-an-identity-crisis!



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PJ, I didn't like the orange dress personally, but I thought it was very LA 80's-ish. Sometimes she looks very metal when playing, and her hair is flying like a headbanger's, so it kind of worked for me(but you're right, it's not a pretty dress). Props to her for bucking the system! I'm sure she's tired of being in gowns all the time.
I do remember what I wore at her age, and sometimes I made atrocious choices.

TJ, do you think your plan to win over Griffin is working?

I miss the old Bowie.
Here's the Man Who Sold Himself in better days.



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Four listens Rossy, you're a stronger man than I wink Hey'up folks, gonna give your YT posts a listen now, cheer's guys, looking forward to Yasmin Levy, might do that one first on YT, love n peace to all, bk soon smile

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Not that keen on Richards Yasmin Levy, not sure if it was a story about being lost, (glad I'm found), Loved Densi's vid, smile Gonna give AimeeO's Bowies vid a listen now smile

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Not bad for Bowie, cheers AimeeO, his original stuff was certainly the better smile

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Originally Posted by griffin2417



TJ, I definitely loved the Alison Kraus and Yo-Yo Ma. Simple Gifts is also a favorite of mine. I'll have further things to say about it when the work week ends.


"Work week? What's a work week...?" said the retired gentleman of leisure, as he putted for a birdie on the 18th green... laugh

Or, as the Countess Dowager (Maggie Smith), who had never logged a work week in her priviledged life, said on an early episode of "Downton Abbey" when someone mentioned relaxing on the weekend: "Weekend? What's a weekend?"



"Not so fast TJ," said the short timer who has just announced his retirement to start late this spring of 2013!! yippie It's now official. Griffin will soon be a retiree!! No golfing for me, however. Bicycling is what I have in mind!



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Originally Posted by griffin2417


"Not so fast TJ," said the short timer who has just announced his retirement to start late this spring of 2013!!!

It's now official. Griffin will soon be a retired gentleman of leisure as well! Now golfing for me, however. Bicycling is what I have in mind! yippie



Congrats Grif! thumb

RGOL status is cool...you've earned it and deserve it!

And biking is good - my wife and I do it every Sunday afternoon on old converted rail trails...when it's warm enough...she's faster than me with more endurance, which is why I prefer to play golf smile


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