Thursday, April 30, 2009

The Music Post

In reading several posts in the past few days (e.g. Vic's band post and mjenks ), I've noticed many were about music in one form or another. Before college, I was a fairly decent trumpet player (all state, etc), and even now can play the solo from the Pulp Fiction theme song. Plus, I thought I would do honor by posting a video-ish thing for Anna Russell who got off her lazy duff long enough to post some excellent Scottish girl speak.

Where is all this going, you might wonder? It had me thinking about a fugue classical-type sketch that I was working on about 6 years ago, but never finished (maybe it was going nowhere). Anyway, it was through an Alesis synth and Proteus for strings, so not super high production values. Does anyone have a good ending for it? Please don't laugh too hard or throw tomatoes.

Also, to keep the neo-classical vibe going, please consider these knockers as you listen.

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Italia: Ho musica incompiuta, per favore aiutame. Inoltre, ti piace la battenti?

21 comments:

  1. I want to see a video of the Pulp Fiction performance please.

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  2. I second Mo's comment!

    And I giggled at "knockers" :P ... sorry! It's a Brit thing.

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  3. Mo, I don't know, without the rest of the band, I'm not sure it would be that great. I'll see what I can do.

    Girl Interrupted, that part was especially for you. X

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  4. I feel all "special" now :P

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  5. Wow. Your knockers are so big and round.

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  6. Throwing tomatoes at you? Who do you think you are, Fozzy Bear? ;o)

    I, too, would love to see said trumpet performance...esp. now that I have the Pulp Fiction theme song stuck in my head!

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  7. :)
    Girl Interrupted, then it's ok for me to feel 'special' now? lol

    MJenks, thanks for noticing! They are quite firm but not real...

    Lopez, excellent Muppet reference!!! Doh, now I'm on the hook for recording a performance?

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  8. Heh, knockers.

    You need to teach us some offensive Italian, I think.

    : )

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  9. Sorry about that, I couldn't resist. It sounded really good though.

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  10. Eric ... very bold! But, ok ;)

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  11. Girl Interrupted, I DIDN'T MEAN AT WORK!!!

    Pru, lol, that skit is hilarious... I'll add some on track 14.

    S&C, I'll compose a list of offensive Italian and set it to music.

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  12. It's 2:30 in the afternoon.

    I still have Pulp Fiction theme song in my head.

    I've tried to replace it, but it keeps coming back...

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  13. Is that picture over there on the side bar really you?

    i can't seem to make out your features...we are ready for your close up, Mr. Deville (Mr. Demille?...hmmm...)

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  14. lol @ Lopez ... how adorable is she!?!

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  15. G.I. Are you making fun of me, Rizzo?

    ;o)

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  16. Lopez, now I have that song in my head. Yes, it was really me a week ago. Nice Sunset Blvd. reference, Ms. Movie Fan... I'll change the picture to a closer partial one, I was just looking for more content on the blog.

    'Rizzo'? is that a 'Muppet' or 'Grease' reference?

    GI - yes she is...

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  17. Grease!!! [Wonders if they have Grease in the UK]

    The only 'zo Muppet I know is Gonzo!

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  18. Lopez ... only in fish n chip shops :P

    *sings "Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee"* ;)

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  19. LOL...Guess what movie was on last night? Grease! Ha!

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  20. I need to rent that again. The first Grease, because the second one was a bit disappointing.

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