Dont worry Thanks for let me know
hehe - its *notdead not *undead - You can vote for it now In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: Didn't work the first time, worked the second. It's horror, it's about the *undead.
OH! Forget I said anything. As you were, doctor. In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: Hard drive OK. Busy not being busy. Floating around with snorkel and fins looking at pretty fish. Hooked a large Blue Marlin day before yesterday, but got bill wrapped and broke off. Dang it. Back to civilization next week. Dang it. In reply to this comment by schmawy: Get your hard-drive sorted? Need more Snoozemusic.
Get your hard-drive sorted? Need more Snoozemusic.
Rasch187 has reached gold100, come visit the party: http://rocknroll.videosift.com/talk/rasch187-reached-a-rocking-gold100-in-no-time-1
Are you sure this embed won't work?: <div id="container" style="position:relative;width:320px;height:308px"><div id="flash_container" style="position:absolute;top:0px;left:0px;z-index:1"><OBJECT id="player546" codeBase="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=8,0,0,0" height="308" width="320" padding="0" classid="clsid:d27cdb6e-ae6d-11cf-96b8-444553540000" VIEWASTEXT></div><div id="videoContainer" style="position:absolute;left:0px;top:32px; z-index:2"></div></div> Thanks for the intro to Ms. Fahl btw! In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: Regarding Mary Fahl, I don't know if you've heard any of her work with October Project. This is a haunting song I would love to post, but all embeds disabled. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMBEk4RNXpQ Regards, In reply to this comment by calvados: *femme
I would so upvote that! (edit--where do you doc?) In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: In reply to this comment by oxdottir: I hope you don't let this one die, Snooze. She's wonderful. Ox, Thanks. I keep trying to find "Bury my Lovely" by October Project, but all the embeds are disabled. Check her out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMBEk4RNXpQ She's a lovely woman with a very unique voice.
Alas, my brief yet spectacular medical career here on the sift is over. I'm not a real doctor but I play one on the itnerwebs. Have a good shift Dr. Snooze. In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: Thanks, Hey, now you're a promoter. I hated those guys (aka, booking agents) when I was a musician. Crookedist bunch of people on the planet. And, you're out of OR uniform. I just came in for my night shift. I got halfway to the hospital and realized I was still in my sandals with no socks. Folks are going to have a casual snoozedoctor tonight. In reply to this comment by schmawy: *promote
Thanks, snoozie. That means a lot to me, coming from such a music enthusiast like you. I can't help it, but it's true. Don't get me wrong; I love modern music, obviously. Pink Floyd is one of my favorite bands, and they revolutionized the science of sound. I don't think I need to explain that to you. Still, at the the end of the day it's always the sound of natural instruments that really do it for me. One of my favorite Floyd tunes is "Wish You Were Here", and one of my favorite Yes tunes is "Mood For A Day". Of course there are MANY other favorites I have from those bands, but I find myself going back to those songs over and over more than most. You know my feelings about God, but I tell ya, there's something in nature that man simply can't beat when it comes to music. Maybe it will always be that way. Ain't nothing wrong with that. In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: *clap, clap, clap* A synth is cool, but a cello is beautiful. One of my best friends owns a music store and he's an expert in vintage Martin guitars. In fact, he does the PBS road shows to appraise guitars for them. He has a huge collection of Martin guitars from the 20s and 30s. I can't afford one. I was with him a few months ago when he sold one for $55,000. But, I get to play them. Strumming one of those things will raise the hair on the back of your neck. A synth ages and it just shorts out. A wooden instrument ages like fine wine. A great musician on a great instrument......you can't beat that. In reply to this comment by kronosposeidon: I hate to sound like a music snob, because I'm certainly not. (Some of my music sifts will certainly attest to that. However I must say that despite all the technological advances in sound production, it's still hard to beat the sound of natural instruments when they're played well. That's why I love posting videos of acoustic guitar performances, along with videos of other natural instruments too. *Beautiful
F'n politics. And the religion too. And the damn Camps. Break camp everybody. We're going to need each other reeeeal soon so we best learn how to get along now. In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: Yeah well, if I could just get a post sifted. My p-queue is now half of my sifts. I don't think the lefty's I've chastised have taken it too well. No more upvotes coming from that camp. I can deal. In reply to this comment by schmawy: Wow, you're taking the 'top comments' by storm! No. 2 and No. 4 in the sidebar and across the top in the featured member comment it's snoozedoctor, snoozedoctor,snoozedoctor. Who do you think you are? Kronosposeidon?
Wow, you're taking the 'top comments' by storm! No. 2 and No. 4 in the sidebar and across the top in the featured member comment it's snoozedoctor, snoozedoctor,snoozedoctor. Who do you think you are? Kronosposeidon?
I had to both laugh and feel flattered at the same time when I read that. Thanks. In reply to this comment by snoozedoctor: *beg If KP says she's an awesome story teller, then by God, she's an awesome story teller.
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