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In memory of Trololo who died today.( Copy and paste the link to listen to his song )

 

 

[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z4m4lnjxkY]Trololo Sing Along! - YouTube[/ame]

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Yes,he will be sadly missed.It actually makes massachusetts by the Bee Gees sound like music.

It's a little known fact that Trololo never actually sang a note due to the fact that he had permanent laryngitis.A famous record producer,who i can't mention,picked Trololo up in a local gay bar and they were lovers for some time.Then one day,said producer heard him gargling in the bathroom and put him in a studio that very day.The rest.as they say,is history.

Probably won't ever see talent like this again in your lifetime.

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ood0jv9Lng&feature=related]Legendary Stardust Cowboy - On "hey hey it's saturday" - YouTube[/ame]

 

Now this what i call country music "I suffered for my music,now it's your turn"

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Just watched a good film called "The Inside Man" .Noticed the soundtrack was on Varese Sarabande.Varèse Sarabande - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On the artists' roster under "The very best of...",this guys' name caught my eye as being a likely candidate for this thread.And,,,uh,sure enough...[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANdaxop0QzI]Noel Boggs - Alabamy Bound - YouTube[/ame]

 

Not a lot of people know that Noel was found dead in his apartment when a long suffering neighbor interrupted him practicing his "art" and shoved his steel guitar through his teeth.:)

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If she was your daughter exactly how long would it take you to get her looking at charts?....:hmmmm:

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIx48a9bXUQ]pianist (5 year old Japanese girl):Bach minuet - YouTube[/ame]

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thanks Dude - it was a welcome change for what I often listen to....i guess i dont visit Miami much

 

As for something completely different and one for the visuals....plus as this is an international forum.

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNNR8UX7oKk]Rammstein - Mein Land - YouTube[/ame]

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thanks Dude - it was a welcome change for what I often listen to....i guess i dont visit Miami much

 

As for something completely different and one for the visuals....plus as this is an international forum.

 

Rammstein - Mein Land - YouTube

 

LOL - I love Hawaiian shirts - Ive got one like that in my collection somewhere

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Just watched a good film called "The Inside Man" .Noticed the soundtrack was on Varese Sarabande.Varèse Sarabande - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On the artists' roster under "The very best of...",this guys' name caught my eye as being a likely candidate for this thread.And,,,uh,sure enough...

 

Not a lot of people know that Noel was found dead in his apartment when a long suffering neighbor interrupted him practicing his "art" and shoved his steel guitar through his teeth.:)

 

 

I know it's late and off topic I enjoyed "Inside Man" as well. Another movie ( with a great soundtrack) is "Man On Fire". They both have Denzel Washington in common. I'll see if I can find something on Youtube.

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