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#38988 - 28/06/06 01:41 PM Vote Vote Vote....5
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What a delightful community this is.

In an effort to understand each other just a little more I extend an invitation,to those inclined,to vote five pieces of music that send shivers of delight at the very mention of their title.
.....individual pieces,albums,CD,whatever for whatever reason.

Must dash...the butler needs my weekend clothing manifest prior to tomorrows departure.

Dr.BingoBongo Xx

.....oops,almost forgot. I feel that optimum entertainment value will be achieved if Aisleyne is moved in to the new BB house.
c'mon now........y'all know what to do.
(Yes..that means you Red Les, Kev and Liz....)

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#38989 - 28/06/06 02:29 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Well, it's difficult to limit it to 5 but the first bar of these makes me feel like I'm 21 again (except the last one which I only discovered recently)...

Elivis Costello: I Want You
Clash: London Calling
Smithereens: Girl Like You
Bob Dylan: Simple Twist of Fate
Prokofiev: Romeo & Juliet

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#38990 - 28/06/06 02:41 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Where to start oh BB!

I suspect you may enjoy the conundrums of the pataphysical and so too the jazz (and novels) of Boris Vian.

For my music, most things by Leonard Cohen, some of Lou Reid and plenty of early Bob Dylan mixed with a litle Eurythmics.
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#38991 - 28/06/06 04:33 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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The Good DR BB asked for........ pieces of music that send shivers of delight at their very mention.

MarkF said........... Leonard Cohen, some of Lou Reid.!!

*Aghast* Two of the most boring, non musical voices, it has been my displeasure to listen to. Oh i bet you send yourself to sleep at night, listening to that rubbish. You must live alone, or whoever is with you must be suffering in silence, cos you must be putting them through hell.
God help them.
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#38992 - 28/06/06 04:42 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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ProngoBongo; the self-proclaimed Bottom spanker, can't respond, and has had her arse well and truly thrashed.

Game and set to SP.
Enjoy you trip, hon! xx
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#38993 - 28/06/06 07:48 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Ahh...."Chante" by Boris Vian

Ce disque resume bien le caractere de Boris Vian. Tout comme ses romans et nouvelles, les textes de ces chansons sont un melange d'absurde, de realisme et d'humour.La qualite des paroles merite 5 etoile.

Bonjour Argo......so we can contextualise your
sensitive musical critique, would you care to list your top five antidotes to the torpid world of Lou and Lennie?

Keep the music lists coming.

Sing-a-Song-a-Bongo
.........you know,the one that goes lah di dah di dahhhhh.

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#38994 - 28/06/06 08:07 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I would like to put in my top five,but my taste in music is so varied it would be nigh impossible to compile.
Nimrod

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#38995 - 28/06/06 08:12 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Hello Nimrod...... we can't let you off that lightly.
Extend the list to as many as you wish.

I'm intrigued.

Bing

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#38996 - 29/06/06 11:00 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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What a great idea Dr BB. though I think that I'll take my songs from the ones I keep permanently on my micro MP3 player that I take on long walks with me for when I'm in my tent at night with a cup of Oxo.

1. Cat Stevens - Sad Lisa
2. Jethro Tull - Songs From the Woods
3. Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love
4. Cat Stevens - Hard Headed Woman
5. Alan Parsons - Eye In the Sky

All top songs!

KLMF

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#38997 - 29/06/06 05:52 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dr.BingoBongo:

Hello Nimrod...... we can't let you off that lightly.
Extend the list to as many as you wish.

I'm intrigued.

Bing

I'll get back to you on this one,Bing.
Nimrod


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#38998 - 30/06/06 10:43 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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To the esteemed Dr.BB,

I'd probably think of more or different ones another time, but here's an (eclectic) selection:

Ralph Vaughan Williams, "Five Variants on 'Dives and Lazarus'"

Beethoven, 9th symphony (esp. choral movement) or 7th symphony, 2nd movement

Samuel Barber, "Adagio for Strings" (CHORAL version)

Yes, "Turn of the Century" or "Roundabout" or "Close to the Edge"

Rich Mullins, "Everyman" or "Peace"

Rick Emmett, "The Longing" (only Canadians might be familiar with this one)

K

[This message has been edited by K (edited 30 June 2006).]

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#38999 - 01/07/06 03:21 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Beatles: The Long and Winding Road
Bob Dylan: Like a Rolling Stone
Schubert: Der Hirt auf dem Felsen
Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel
Wagner: Siegfried's Rhine Journey

.....for the iPod on a long long walk!

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#39000 - 01/07/06 09:43 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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great thread bb

fix you - coldplay
brothers in arms - dire straits
father and son - cat stevens
living years - mike and the mechanics
when you were sweet sixteen - the fureys

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#39001 - 03/07/06 08:36 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dr.BingoBongo:

Hello Nimrod...... we can't let you off that lightly.
Extend the list to as many as you wish.

I'm intrigued.

Bing


I am very fond of music,whether it be charts hits (from the fifties to present day),orchestral,musicals,songs of the pre- chart era,classical...
My favourite chart hit is the Righteous Brothers "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling",but then again it is difficult to place what would come after it,so I will go for:
Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers
Drive - The Cars
Bridge Over Troubled Waters - Simon & Garfunkel
Thge Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot
Lady Willpower - Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
Jesamaine - The Casuals
Hello - Lionel Richie
The Boxer - S&G
Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix
San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)- Scott MacKenzie
The Sun Aint Gonna Shine Anymore - The Walker Brothers
Sailing - Rod Stewart
True Colours - Cyndi Lauper
Time after Time - Cyndi Lauper
Like A Prayer - Madonna
If I Were A Carpenter - both Bobby Darin and Four Tops versions
You're Still The One - Shania Twain
What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
I ant To Know What Love Is - Foreigner
You Get What You Give - New Radicals
Where Are You Now My Love - Jackie Trent
A Little More Satisfaction - Elvis Presley
Perfect Day - Lou Reed and others for Children In Need
Uptown Girl - Billy Joel
The Special Years - Val Doonican
My all time favourite singer is Nat "King" Cole - When I Fall In Love,Stardust,Unforgettable.
My favourite British singer in the same vein is Matt Monroe,who I had the pleasure of meeting in 1980 and who also sang my favourite Bond song,From Russia With Love. I like most of the Bond songs,except for those sang for the Pierce Brosnan ones,(yes including the Madonna one).
My favourite British female singer is Dusty Springfield (you can tell by my favourites,I don't spend much money on concerts),and my favourite of hers is Going Back (her version being a favourite of the song's writer Carole King).
Groups:The Beatles,Led Zeppelin,Pink Floyd,Status Quo,The Moody Blues,Fleetwood Mac,The Eagles,The Bangles,The Dixie Chicks,
The Walker Brothers,ELO,The Mama's and The Papa's,Manfred Mann (in any form),Abba,The Who,Genesis,REM,U2 (when they are performing,not preaching) and I better mention The Rolling Stones...and indeed there are more.
Motown music,my favourite being What's Going On by Marvin Gaye
I also like film music,particularly by John Barry,a son of York - Dances With Wolves,Out of Africa,The Black Hole,Zulu,The Quiller Memorandum,Born Free,and a host of scores for the Bond films.
John Williams,he who composes music for most of Spielberg films is also a fave of mine.
Ennio Morricone:The Clint Eastwood spaghetti trilogy,the Mission,The Untouchables,Once Upon A Time In the West/America etc.
I like the music for
The Dambusters
The Battle of Britain
Where Eagles Dare
Gone With The Wind (hated the film)
The Sea Hawk
Richard Rodney Bennett's Orient Waltz from Murder On The Orient Express
The Paris Waltz from Is Paris Burning
Lawrence of Arabia (my fave film)
Doctor Zhivago
Witness
The Magnificent Seven
The Fugitive (Harrison Ford)
Psycho (hated the film)
Henry V (Olivier's version)
Zorba The Greek
Moulin Rouge (Jose Ferrer version)
Musicals:
Most things by Rodgers and Hammerstein;
My favourite British musical:Oliver!
Favourite all time musical:West Side Story
Classical music:
Nimrod - Elgar
Chanson D'Matin - Elgar
Fantasia On A Theme by Thomas Tallis - Ralph Vaughn Williams
Lark Ascending - RVW
Anything by RVW
The First Cuckoo In Spring - Delius
The Planet's Suite - Holst
The Blue Danube,Caveleria Rusticana
Adgaio for Strings by Samuel Barber
I like the big band sounds of the war years,in fact I could happily listen to songs from the war like We'll Meet Again,A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square,Moonlight Serenade...
English folk
American folk
Edith Piaf
Tony Bennett
Frank Sinatra
Country music
Steve Conway
Fifties Ballads
Doris Day
As you see Dr BB - my tastes in music is varied and wide ranged...and there is more,but my tongue is dry of which beer can only cure. I hope that list cures your intrigue.
Nimrod


[This message has been edited by Nimrod (edited 05 July 2006).]

[This message has been edited by Nimrod (edited 12 July 2006).]

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#39002 - 03/07/06 08:57 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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CRIKEY [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/eek.gif[/img] [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/eek.gif[/img]
Nimrod.
The good Dr BB asked for 5. it looks more like 500 there, went a bit over the top there didnt you.
Thats just about put paid to everybody elses choices, cos you've named them all.

Some good-uns there though. [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/wink.gif[/img]

MINE...Sultans of swing.....Dire Straits.
Argo.
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#39003 - 03/07/06 10:27 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Nimrod, what about Donny Osmond ?

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#39004 - 05/07/06 12:10 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Quote:
Originally posted by argonaut:
CRIKEY [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/eek.gif[/img] [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/eek.gif[/img]
Nimrod.
The good Dr BB asked for 5. it looks more like 500 there, went a bit over the top there didnt you.
Thats just about put paid to everybody elses choices, cos you've named them all.

Some good-uns there though. [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/wink.gif[/img]

MINE...Sultans of swing.....Dire Straits.
Argo.


Dr BB did allow me to extend it.
Nimrod

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#39005 - 05/07/06 12:11 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Nimrod Offline
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Quote:
Originally posted by norman walker:
Nimrod, what about Donny Osmond ?


Dammit,missed him out.
Nimrod

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#39006 - 05/07/06 10:39 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I was about to contribute my own offering, to this VERY interesting discussion, but got to thinking:

Wouldn't it be nice if Prongo shared her own discography, to illustrate her own thread?

Now that others have contributed, let's hear yours next, Prongo.
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#39007 - 05/07/06 11:13 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Hello Normuel........I LOVE IT when you give me your attention.IHow could any woman resist?

Of course I fully intend to contribute but the New York trip and long hours in the studio are restricting my time "on-line". (plus....I'm giving some thought towards Vote Vote Vote......6).

Don't let my prevarication delay your own list.
I hope you're not too embarrassed to admit to any kinky musical taste?.........Donny per chance ?

C'mon everyone.........this is a thread full of Big Love .I feel we're getting to know each other just a little bit more.

Ivan K. Bingoo

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#39008 - 05/07/06 08:23 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Nimrod Offline
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Well,Dr BingoBongo Mr Bojangles,Lord SpanglerWranglerStrangler...you wanted to know my list of favourite music?
Nimrod

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#39009 - 05/07/06 10:11 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Heatha Offline
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Well, here goes, and I wasn't going to get involved! I have 2 CDs that I play incessantly when I'm driving. Good road therapy!
They are:
Classical Loon (Northsound)
Classical Loon II (Northsound)
For me they mix the music I love with the wild. Just a personal preference and if you haven't heard the different sounds of the loon interspersed with the music, don't knock it!

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#39010 - 05/07/06 10:40 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Nim.....just call me BingBongBoLo SpangWrangStrang for short.

At the risk of blatant name dropping,I worked with Matt Munro at the Villa Marina,in Douglas Isle Of Man in 1979 !!!

Have you heard the John Williams score to Catch Me If You Can?

Not the typical Spielbergian Bombastic Bash-up but a really sophisticated hip jazzy score.

Bonnnnnngggggggggggg.......

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#39011 - 06/07/06 09:12 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Goodness me Prongo, don't be so coy. Shoulders back, chest out.

My top listens this summer:

1. The Best of Tangerine Dream.
2. Coldplay X&Y - I love their music but fall out with them every time their lead singer is interviewed and I hear his shallow, pretentious, insincere viewpoint.
3. Black eyed Peas - Pump it up - Louder! etc.
4. Johnny Cash - All sorts. I love that guy, & that film.

Oh, and K, if you're reading; Rich Mullins is one of my all time favourite Christian artists! My two track choices; The colour Green and My Deliverer.

Now Dr.B, in this spirit of openness & love - Your own choices at your leisure.
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#39012 - 06/07/06 03:41 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Normuel....that is such a great improvement in your tone that I can only accept your flirtatious invitation.

Nimrod is correct.....a top five list is a bonkers idea to anyone with a love for music. So here are a few things that I'd wish to share with anyone unaware of the aural pleasures thus contained.....daddy-o.

Billy May was one of the great arrangers for Sinatra and Nat King Cole in the 50's,
That huge swinging juggernaut on Come Dance With Me and Come Fly With Me is down to him. He recorded his own albums for Capitol that featured not only his exciting and witty arrangements but the collossal talents of the studio musicians that frequented those Sinatra sessions.
"Naughty Operetta" and "Sorta May" are my two favourites.....

Talking of Sinatra....my (current) favourite album is Where Are You. WHAT......you're not familiar with it????? It's a collection of angst ridden ballads with sublime orchestral backing by Gordon Jenkins (he also worked with Nat Cole and arranged When I Fall In Love).
Sinatra was in the midst of his break up with Ava Gardner and his voice,already in it's prime,is infused with the emotion on grief.(Apparently,at the end of "I'm A Fool To Want You",he was so overcome that he left the studio before the band had finished the coda")
"The Night We Called It A Day" is as sweet and lovely as Doreen Whitehead's chocolate cake.(BTW....did you know that Doreen is a big fan of Vince Hill and Des O'Connor ??!!!).

Bach......The Art Of Fugue,Matthew Passion,Well Tempered Clavier.
As strong an article of Faith as was ever uttered by a human.

Keith Jarrett........Genesis with Peter Gabriel....John Coltrane.....Cannonball Adderley.....The Beatles......Randy Newman.....Martha Argerich......Prokoviev....Todd Rundgren....Gentle Giant.....Pet Sounds....Steely Dan.....Milton Nascimento.....Egberto Gismonti....
Elton John (in the early 70's)....The Blessed Zappa......Singers Unlimited.....

Mmmmm......I'm off to recharge the iPod

BB

ps.......Tangerine Dream,Leeds University 1975,just after the release of "Ricochet", was one of my earliest gigs,Normuel.

pps.......for those of you constantly seeking new musical introductions of an esoreic and left field nature,I recommend the Stuart Maconie show on sunday afternoon.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music/shows/freakzone/

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#39013 - 06/07/06 03:55 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Arrgghhhhh.....................that should read

.......................ESOTERIC.......................

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#39014 - 06/07/06 08:59 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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No it shouldn't ,it should read EGOTISTICAL.

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#39015 - 07/07/06 11:37 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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3.......

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#39016 - 07/07/06 12:32 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dr.BingoBongo:

Nim.....just call me BingBongBoLo SpangWrangStrang for short.

At the risk of blatant name dropping,I worked with Matt Munro at the Villa Marina,in Douglas Isle Of Man in 1979 !!!

Have you heard the John Williams score to Catch Me If You Can?

Not the typical Spielbergian Bombastic Bash-up but a really sophisticated hip jazzy score.

Bonnnnnngggggggggggg.......


Outside the Spielberg camp,he did sterling work for JFK,Born on the Fourth of July,Harry Potter,Superman and of course the Stars Wars films. I think John Barry is over due for a knighthood,and I also believe John Williams should get an honorary knighthood like the bearded one.
Nimrod

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#39017 - 07/07/06 07:31 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I agree about John Barry being overdue the Knighthood,but hey......having been responsible for those Bond films (especially Goldfinger and On Her Majesties Secret Service), The Persuaders,The Ipcress File , Born Free ,being married to Jane Birkin AND a knighthood might be asking too much.
I just read a quote the othe day where he said "I would'nt know Robbie Williams if I fell over him"....!
You can take the man out of Yorkshire.....

.............AND I happen to know that he watches Big Brother.

BB....glued to BB.

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#39018 - 07/07/06 07:37 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Yes I know..........MAJESTY'S secret service....!

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#39019 - 07/07/06 11:19 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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your spelling,grammar, syntax and all round illitracy are part of your charm dear thing.

Dont draw attention to your comprehensive education.

I mean to say Blunkett and Prescott haven't done to badly.

Ever yours
Firey Fred

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#39020 - 08/07/06 12:39 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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My dear Norman,

Surely, when commenting on language one should try not to actually make mistakes?

Anyway I feel I need to add my top bits of music:

Pete Shelley - Have You ever Fallen in love with Someone...
The Hamsters - Anything just as long as its loud
The Doors - The End

Wylie

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#39021 - 08/07/06 12:56 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I just read a quote the othe day where he said "I would'nt know Robbie Williams if I fell over him"....!

Well said,John Barry Prendergast - son of York.
Nimrod

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#39022 - 08/07/06 03:19 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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.............AND I happen to know that he watches Big Brother.

BB....glued to BB.[/B][/QUOTE]

Well,despite that,he still deserves a knighthood [img]http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/ubb/rolleyes.gif[/img]
Nimrod

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#39023 - 08/07/06 09:49 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Well Dr B,

It's clear that you have a refined palate but alas one at variance with my own, with the notable exception of, JS Bach.

By the way, not wishing to be tiresome or add fuel to other stoves, but; "would'nt" ?!?

Fond regards & my hat off for rising to the challenge.
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#39024 - 08/07/06 11:35 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Normuel........glad to see that you grok JS.. I even forgive you for digging the beige sound of Coldplay.
I also appreciate and acknowledge your kind guidance regarding my apostrophic relocation.
It brought a wry smile to my red ruby lips having just witnessed this charismatic comma catastrophe.....

"It's clear that you have a refined palate but alas one at variance with my own, with the notable exception of, JS Bach."

BodaciousBustyBlondeBigBroProBachBingoBongo

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#39025 - 08/07/06 09:38 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Touche. I couldn't resist the free swing at your butt.

One does get a bit lazy with presentation issues on messageboards. No excuse though, that is, not for others.

You're comments on Coldplay are widely shared - on any one point, they may score poorly, yet as a package, I warm to their songs, albeit reluctantly. They remind me a little of what I used to like about Prefab Sprout. Oh no - what an admission!
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#39026 - 09/07/06 07:09 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Is'nt it nice that we can learn so much from (and about) each other.

Such a warm glow of reciprocation.

I acknowledge,with great fondness,your homage to my style in the first word of your third paragraph.
Using the contraction of "you are" instead of the possessive form of "you" was a sweet touch.

BTW....I'm rather partial to a small side order of The Sprouts.

BinkBonk
The King Of Rock and Roll.........Completely.

ps......don't forget to tune in at 5pm
http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music/shows/freakzone/index.shtml

.......the wondrous Captain Beefheart is album of the week.

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#39027 - 09/07/06 07:17 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't
isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't
isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't
isn't isn't isn't isn't isn't
isn't isn't isn't
isn't
BB

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#39028 - 09/07/06 07:59 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I wondrous lonely as a cloud.

Oh the quaint charm of all things Bongo.

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#39029 - 09/07/06 12:22 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Mein kleiner freund.....
you can't namedrop Lady Day and The Blessed Riddle without commiting a small list of your favourite music,
I know that short of (oops....no pun intended) eulogising about ale,Donegal and a rather dubious regard of the female gender you like to hide behind this noxious patina of drole cynicism.
However.......we're on the edge of our seats.

Please.

I'm genuinely interested.

Be my eyes.

Paint the picture.

Yours Sincerely
Ivan Xxx

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#39030 - 09/07/06 02:39 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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....yes.........I know.
It's spelt "droall".

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#39031 - 09/07/06 02:40 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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That's what you get for trying to shoot the wounded, Dr.B. - an eyeful of your own shot.

Twas a sad blunder though, even for a saturday night surf. Are you convinced we're not one and the same yet, or do you think the schizophrenia is just advanced??

Either way, you had my word - but I can see from the data, that you're (used correctly!) an avid Norman fisherman who has studied their prey. First hand knowledge of the text, my old English teacher used to drum in. You can't beat it.
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#39032 - 10/07/06 10:30 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Folks,
I am but a peasant simpleton and I had assumed that Normal had told us he liked Donny Osmond "What about Donny Osmond" or was that just cryptic. Maybe he just admires the teeth?
But despite this and because of the fact that the Dr had suggested 5 pieces I was expecting to read 4 further pieces of favoured music.
So......Norman?
Wylie

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#39033 - 11/07/06 10:23 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I've tried to resist the temptation to list my favourite music, so diverse are my tastes.
The following list mearly scratches the surface.
Bob Dylan
Neil Young
Beatles
Floyd
Costello
Weller
Joni Mitchell
Lloyd Cole
Tomita
Radio Head
Garth Brooks
Kate Buckhaven
Johnny Mathis
Cara Dillon
Billie Holiday
Nat King Cole
Elgar
Vaughan Williams
James Taylor
Glen Campbell
Johnny Cash
Keane
Light House Family
Delius
Walton
Grieg
Fire Next Time
Billy Bragg
Mark Knopfler
Motown
Christy Moore
Ray Davies
Ian Drury
Jerome Kern
Amy Winehouse
Roger Whitaker
Paco De Lucia
Julian Bream
Ronnie Drew
Kaiser Cheifs
John Carthy
The Carpenters
Herbert von Karajan
etc etc etc

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#39034 - 11/07/06 11:27 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Good list there,Norm - about as diverse as mine.
Nimrod

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#39035 - 11/07/06 11:52 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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NO NO NO.........tell me it's not so.

I have more in common than I'd care to admit with the Evil One!
(With the exception of two names listed).

A good list Norm.
What"s your favourite Joni and Von Karajan?

Ivan

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#39036 - 11/07/06 02:27 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Von Karajan was a brilliant conductor, i had the privilege of seeing him in the late 70's in Berlin.

Joni, Blonde in the Bleachers or Down to you.

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#39037 - 11/07/06 04:17 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Only need a couple of disks from Kate Bush (one old and one new)to keep me going

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#39038 - 11/07/06 06:49 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Oh wow!

Something beautiful is happening on here, right before our eyes.
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#39039 - 11/07/06 09:09 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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unless Dr B is another pseudonym for NW and SP....but that would be too confusing

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#39040 - 11/07/06 10:52 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Kate Bush
She must be one of the few people in history to release and album with a school boy smutty title in pure innocence.

I refer to -

Kate Bush - The (W)Hole Story

The record company omitted the brackets.

Wylie

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#39041 - 12/07/06 12:15 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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My favourite of Kate Bush is The Man With The Child In his Eyes,about the man who pioneered test tube babies,Patrick Steptoe.
Nimrod

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#39042 - 12/07/06 07:01 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Ahhhh.........Herbie Von K.
I've been smitten since I heard the Berlin Phil's early 60's Beethoven cycle.
Never saw the great man myself,so to have observed him in Berlin is a blessing indeed.
Strange that you should mention him as I am currently listening to his recording of Prokofiev 5.(Nimrod.....if you're not familiar with this symphony I urge you to check it out.You can hear where John Williams goes shopping for inspiration).
I'm also a great fan of Joni Mitchell.....Hissing Of Summer Lawns Is My Favourite.

Ok........I've taken the liberty of posting the poignant lyrics to one of Normans favourite Joni songs. I appreciate being drawn back to this forgotten song from Court And Spark.

"Everything comes and goes
Marked by lovers and styles of clothes
Things that you held high
And told yourself were true
Lost or changing as the days come down to you
Down to you
Constant stranger
Youre a kind person
Youre a cold person too
Its down to you
It all comes down to you.
You go down to the pick up station
Craving warmth and beauty
You settle for less than fascination
A few drinks later youre not so choosy
When the closing lights strip off the shadows
On this strange new flesh youve found
Clutching the night to you like a fig leaf
You hurry
To the blackness
And the blankets
To lay down an impression
And your loneliness
In the morning there are lovers in the street
They look so high
You brush against a stranger
And you both apologize
Old friends seem indifferent
You must have brought that on
Old bonds have broken down
Love is gone
Ooh, love is gone
Written on your spirit this sad song
Love is gone
Everything comes and goes
Pleasure moves on too early
And trouble leaves too slow
Just when youre thinking
Youve finally got it made
Bad news comes knocking
At your garden gate
Knocking for you
Constant stranger
Youre a brute-youre an angel
You can crawl-you can fly too
Its down to you
It all comes down to you"

Down To you..........Joni Mitchell

The Good Doctor Xxx

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#39043 - 12/07/06 08:24 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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The passing of Syd Barret has prompted to name my favourite Pink Floyd song (though not written by Syd) - Comfortably Numb. A terrible version by the otherwise excellent Scissors Sisters,has brought it back to the fore and now I am hearing the definative version frequently on the radio. Dave Gilmour's guitar solo still send shivers down my spine.
Other notables I forgot to mention:
God Only Knows - The Beach Boys
Macarthur Park - Richard Harris
Caveleria Rusticana - Pietro Mascagni
The theme from "The Vikings" - Mario Nascimbene
Gladiator - Hans Zimmer
Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty
In The hall Of The Mountain King - Grieg
O mio babbino caro - Puccini
Sleeper's Awake - Bach
Shepherd's Hymn - Beethoven
Daybreak from Daphnis and Chloe - Ravel
Bolero - Ravel
Also Sprach Zarathustra - Richard Strauss
The Blue Danube - Johann Strauss the Younger (not related)
Smile - Lilly Allen
Unfaithful - Rihanna
The theme from "Kidnapped" (David McCallum's television version)- composer unknown
The theme from Harry's Game - Clannad
North By Northwest - Bernard Hermann
Exodus - Ernest Gold (husband of Marni Nixon and father of Andrew Gold)
Matty Groves - Joan Baez
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - Joan Baez
Shenandoah - Old American folk song
The Battle Hymn of the Republic - Joan Baez
We Shall Overcome - 19th century protest song
Three Score and Ten - Old sea shanty
Brother Can You Spare A Dime - Bing Crosby
Old Man River - Paul Robeson


So Dr BB - as a world famed psycho-analyst,how would you judge my mind in relation to music?
Nimrod

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#39044 - 12/07/06 08:34 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Mark...my esteemed chap.

You are 100% certified bonkers.

CONGRATULATIONS.

Keep grooving

BuBuh

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#39045 - 12/07/06 08:46 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Nimrod,

Did you catch the late Tommy Vance on the radio 1 rock show on New Years Eve in 1981 (or was it 1982?) when he reckoned he could play that guitar solo back to back repeatedly and never tire?

I feel I could agree with him.

Wylie

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#39046 - 12/07/06 11:35 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dr.BingoBongo:

Mark...my esteemed chap.

You are 100% certified bonkers.

CONGRATULATIONS.

Keep grooving

BuBuh


Why thank you. I feel I am knighted by your words.
Sir Nimrod

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#39047 - 13/07/06 02:23 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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bongo,

thanks, a supberb song.

I was in a pub in West London on Monday evening during an " open mic " session in a bar called Filthy Mc Nasties, when a young black girl got up and did 3 Joni songs.

Just sheer raw talent and passion.

Although I felt a bit of a dinosaur in the midst of a bunch of students, its a night I will not forget because of this Kids energy and talent.

It gave me hope in the youth of today.

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#39048 - 13/07/06 10:11 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Nimrod Offline
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Quote:
Originally posted by wylie coyote:
Nimrod,

Did you catch the late Tommy Vance on the radio 1 rock show on New Years Eve in 1981 (or was it 1982?) when he reckoned he could play that guitar solo back to back repeatedly and never tire?

I feel I could agree with him.

Wylie


No,Wylie,I didn't listen to that show,but I remember listening to Tommy the Vance,a much missed voice on the radio. Yes,I could agree with him as well - did you see Pink Floyd at the Live 8 concert last year?
Nimrod

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#39049 - 14/07/06 07:37 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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A few CDs of Christy Moore will do for me.
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#39050 - 22/07/06 12:09 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Loc: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U...
Dunno about general-purpose shivers of delight, but my repertoire includes:

1) Music to calm me on a precipitous edge: if this will (as it seems) possibly be the last thing I hear on this earth, I run Bach's _Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor_ along the inner ear. Has worked so far.

2) Music to cheer me up while bog-slogging: a loud, off-key personal rendition of "The Swamps of Home," Princess Winnifred's paean to her homeland, from _Once Upon A Mattress_. Friends, there are *many* reasons to hike alone.

3) Favorite music to conduct anywhere, include air-conducting: _Messiah_. In spite of reputed herd instinct, sheep do not make a good ensemble. Must remember to feed flock.

4) Music which, when first heard on a recording, made me walk into walls for three days: Lili Boulanger, _De profundis_. Must avoid on hikes.

5) Music to get me out of a bad mood when hungry: just about anything recorded by the Tallis Singers; or from _Songs of Yale_ or the other oldie college octet songs: "Hector the Garbage Collector," "When it's Ostrich-Pickin' Time in Africa (I'll Feather a Nest for You)", etc., etc., and a *really* stupid jingle my husband sings to the tune of "She'll be comin' round the mountain":

"She has freckles on her, But
she is nice."

Well, you did ask.

Mary L

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#39051 - 22/07/06 07:45 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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A very diverse selection of musical tastes, i doubt if most of you have even heard of half of them. Its amazing what you can come up with when you search the NET.
Give me "Old McDonald had a farm" everytime.

Argo....(eeh hi, eeh hi, ho).
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#39052 - 22/07/06 11:34 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Ahhh Mary.......my kind of gal.

My rendezvous with St.Peter is hopefully synchronised with measure 56 of the chorus
"O Mensch, bewein’ dein’ Sünde groß" from the Matthew Passion.

Arggghhhhh-go....you Sultan Of Swing,you Maven of Mundanity........if you care to furnish me with a postal address,I'd be happy to send you a delightful selection of musical pleasure that will save you hours of trawling the net.

Doktor Biba

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#39053 - 22/07/06 11:40 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Ahhh Mary.......my kind of gal.

My rendezvous with St.Peter is hopefully synchronised with measure 56 of the chorus
"O Mensch, bewein’ dein’ Sünde groß" from the Matthew Passion.

Arggghhhhh-go....you Sultan Of Swing,you Maven of Mundanity........if you care to furnish me with a postal address,I'd be happy to send you a delightful selection of musical pleasure that will save you hours of trawling the net.

Doktor Biba

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#39054 - 24/07/06 09:28 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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aarh Dr BB, I new you wouldnt be far away, your always on the look-out to oppose my posts and try to gain yourself some brownie points in the process.
I dont take too kindly to your comment, so i will return it. The "Maven of mundanity"(self appointed windbag)is a very good description of yourself.
All this egotistical rubbish you keep spoutiing in your little cyber world, just gets a bit too excessive, and very very boring.

I think several posters on here have got you right, You like to portray yourself as a nice person, a jolly Good egg, when in fact your just an annoying litle fart.

You need to get away from your little Cyber World, into the "Real World" outside

I'm beginning to pity, and feel sorry for you.

Argo.

[This message has been edited by argonaut (edited 24 July 2006).]
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#39055 - 24/07/06 10:04 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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#39056 - 24/07/06 01:05 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Arrghhhh-go.......you seem a little upset.

1. That was a genuine offer of sending you a selection of music that,hopefully,you would
enjoy.
Despite your lack of Grace the offer remains.

2.I can't work out how you equate "Self Appointed Windbag" (a very fair and accurate description,by the way) with "Maven Of Mundanity".
This has been an interesting and fun-filled thread. (Aside from Donegal,Ale and Fishing ,when was the last time you witnessed such a candid and revealing expression of love from Norman ???!!!)
In fact,the only negative input regarding personal musical taste has been from yourself. In light of this and your professed love of the Dire Straits song,I thought I'd wrap my kind offer in some gentle "flicking the towel in the locker room" alliteration.


3.Posters to this forum are indeed a perceptive bunch.
Visit the WEST HIGHLAND WAY archives circa late August 2005!

Goodness....here's another,posted 05 April 2006 22:20               
"Dr. BingoTango , You and i must meet some day and have a drink together, i bet we are completely different characters, from how we portray ourselves on this forum.
Nice talking to you.......Argo. "

4.My little Cyber World is your little Cyber World.
If you think I should get out more then witness
these simple mathematics,drawn from the available Profile Data .
I average a post every 3.02 days.
Your average is every 1.91 days....!!!
Care to join me on a sashay to the Real World,Pat?

If you wish to accept my gift let me know.

Ivan Bingo Bongo.....
Nice Person
Jolly Good Egg
Self Appointed Windbag
Annoying "litle" Fart

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#39057 - 24/07/06 02:09 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Actually Argonaut, I have changed my opinion of the artist formerly known as Dr PBB!

Despite her continuing insinuations that I am at one with NW, in the teeth of my denials, I have grown to appreciate her (I hope this gender info was true!) brand of humour and generally well rounded sense of fun.

In fact, I can honestly say, that I would doff my Tilley and grin affectionately, if our paths crossed. The Peps seal of approval has been given.
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Hebrews 4: 12

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#39058 - 24/07/06 02:10 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Anonymous
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You dont get much sexual satisfaction do you Bongo.

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#39059 - 24/07/06 02:16 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Well maybe I should join you down the Richmond Arms some time,my fruity little chum.

Xx

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#39060 - 24/07/06 02:32 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Dr BB.

You seem to be very persistent in stalking my posts, and coming forth with derogatory remarks about them, and me.
I gave you the benefit of the doubt on many occasions and even offered you the olive branch, as you pointed out...........
...... April 2006 22:20
"Dr. BingoTango , You and i must meet some day and have a drink together, i bet we are completely different characters, from how we portray ourselves on this forum.
Nice talking to you.......Argo. "
......
But you havent altered your course in any way, and just in the last couple of days alone, i have again been attacked and belittled, by you.

some examples

Arggghhhhh-go....you Sultan Of Swing,you Maven of Mundanity
....
AND..
....Argohhhh.
I found your comments quite offensive.
......
AND.......
....Not for the first time I feel slightly embarrased for your inability to engage your brain before you speak.
AND....
....Shit certainly does happen.
Is it purely coincidental that you seem to be in the immediate vacinity when it does?
.........

Doctor BB i have come to the conclusion you are a Cyber Stalker, you get your kicks with this "Jolly Chappie" facade you put on, its like your crying out for all those you come in contact with to like you.
You no doubt have a gift with words, and can certainly put together a pretty little letter, but i,m looking deeper than that, and underneath it all, i find you rather sinister, annoying, and pitiful.
I would appreciate no reply to this post, and in return i promise never to respond to any of your posts in the future.

Argo.




[This message has been edited by argonaut (edited 24 July 2006).]
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#39061 - 24/07/06 03:08 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Argo
I wish to apologise for this comment...

"...Shit certainly does happen.
Is it purely coincidental that you seem to be in the immediate vacinity when it does? "

I also repeat that "Sultan Of Swing,Maven Of Mundanity" was,despite being offensive to you, in context of offering a well meant gift.
I even repeated this offer ,which could be thought of as an olive branch in itself.

I will respect your request and keep a wide berth.

You should,out of respect to me,consider that your own provocative ,and occasionally insensistive style, is collusive in the responses of those who take issue with you.
Read your own archive.
History dictates that I am not the only one who has felt the urge to remonstrate with you.
I obviously mis-judged your capacity to indulge in the Barrack Room Banter of CyberWorld.

I apologise and promise that this ceases to be a problem with immediate effect.

Kind Regards

BB

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#39062 - 24/07/06 08:00 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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'scuse me folks.I crave an indulgence.
Those bored with the recent events please accept my apologies and kindly move on.
Those taking a passing interest,consider this.

Being accused of Cyber Stalking urged me to do something tedious and verging on the anorak!
I've done my research and I can say that since I joined this forum I have replied and instigated a dialogue with Argonaut on NINE occasions.
That is,9 out of over 250 posts !
Now I don't know whether that constitutes being a stalker but considering that Argonaut has solicited a dialogue on 5 of my 155 posts,I'll let anybody half as nuts as I am to do the maths and draw their own conclusion.
In the course of my research,I did unearth this beautiful example of hypocrisy.
In reply to the one and only posting that a lady sent,Argo was moved to give this warm reply...

"Oh deary me, are you going to be Dissappointed, never mind, it gives you a nice break from the mundane working life you must lead."
16 July 2005 16:28

just a minute.......was that an accusation based on ZERO information of a life of Mundanity ???!!!!

I fell off my chair with laughter.


Thanks folks

BB

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#39063 - 24/07/06 08:21 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Nimrod Offline
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Loc: Billingham,Cleveland
Can I be the referee and blow the whistle on this and declare the match null and void - no winner,no loser?
Nimrod

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#39064 - 24/07/06 10:50 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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I'm surprised you've let this fellow get under your skin BB!

Your posts were made in a good spirit but poor Argonaut - obviously a stranger to a bit of self deprecation and rib poking banter - took totally unreasonable offense.

Wow - This thread really has come full circle.
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#39065 - 24/07/06 11:42 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
Nimrod Offline
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Registered: 24/11/04
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Game Off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nimrod

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#39066 - 25/07/06 11:22 AM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
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Thank you gentlemen.

I hope this brief interlude doesn't detract further contributions to what has been a charming and successful thread.
Maybe those who have already posted can continue to share any current or new musical discoveries.
........it's capacity for soothing the savage beast is infinite.

Love
Dr.BB Xx

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#39067 - 27/07/06 02:16 PM Re: Vote Vote Vote....5
ernest smith Offline
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Registered: 27/10/06
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Loc: east yorkshire , england
hi Dr BB
any old ones as well i hope
what about Kavon O'Conner
and his ''Wandering Vagabond''
''hope the spelling is allright )
regards
ern
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