Dear RG et al.~
Yes, Roger's Mexican Whistler is excellent, I was not as keen on on his Elizabethan Serenade as I thought he introduces too many extra' twiddly bits' starting many of the phrases. He is most accomplished.
Scott Joplin « The entertainer », Derek SÉBASTIAN (siffle) is an example of a very clean version of a tune with virtually no improvisation.
Neil Diamonds "Suzanne" reminds me of something, the rich male American voice, but it escapes me. I had the misfortune to have to sit though Jonathan Livingstone Seagull when it first came out at the movies, it's taken me a very long time to to look favorably on Mr Diamond as a result.
Just popping by to tell you I loved the snapshot memories. You were right happiness can be shared. I loved the echinda story and it helped a lot after a rough therapy session. So thank you.
Woah. I'm way over my head in here (sorry RG the only name that was familiar was when Croix mentioned the muppets 😊 otherwise I'd join the debate/discussion). Nice to meet you though.
Speaking of muppets... I love them! Possibly the child in me but I suspect it is avoiding emotional shows/films. Nothing better than a cheerful swedish chef making chocolate mousse by melting chocolate and smearing it on a MOOSE 😁. I am easily amused.
Seriously though how are you Croix. You've been helping everywhere as always but not a lot about how you are feeling.
❤ Nat.... lover of all things Muppets... And Jon Bellion.... He's releasing some older stuff on a new cd called Growth! Woohooo. I will be able to listen to Carry Your Throne! Arrrrgh. Ultimate craziness).
The Muppet who sang it was the old scientist. It was so poignantly done that even at a very very early age it imbedded this song into my heart. Nice to meet you too. feel free to talk Muppets! Actually my first TV experience was the muppets as I am South Africa born and TV was banned for censorship reasons but we visited my uncle in England and got to see them there!!
Dear RG et al.~
I've a very soft spot for the Muppets so you are not alone Nat, from early Jim Henson and the Children's Television Workshop though to the latest movie. I guess my favorite would be The Muppet Christmas Carol with Michael Caine.
Actually they have a pretty impressive serious side dealing with topics form bereavement to HIV.
What was the song you were referring to with the Mad Scientist RG?