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#1834478 - 01/29/12 07:49 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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ok getting sentimental now. here's one of my all time favorite bands from some of the best years i wish i could remember. one of UK's finest: we played a lot of wishbone ash in the band i was in in the early to mid 70's.



gw


Edited by gwood (01/29/12 07:52 PM)

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#1834486 - 01/29/12 07:56 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I recently inherited my Grandma's "sock darner". I know how to use it and I do. Maybe next time someone with a tiny eco friendly car gets all smug and self rightious on me I'll ask them when was the last time you repaired your socks instead of throwing them in the landfill?
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#1834492 - 01/29/12 08:03 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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In honor of scavenging and re-using of all sorts of things before anything was "green", here's "One Piece At A Time"
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#1834514 - 01/29/12 08:38 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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OOOH, little blue engine... Is that a wooden mushroom shaped object? My gran had one, i remember playing with it when I was a kid!!
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#1834517 - 01/29/12 08:45 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Gwood, loved the wishbone ash!!!
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#1834533 - 01/29/12 09:16 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Originally Posted By: Rostosky
OOOH, little blue engine... Is that a wooden mushroom shaped object? My gran had one, i remember playing with it when I was a kid!!
My Grandma's looks a little more like a small bowling pin but I can imagine the advantages to a mushroom shape. I used to play with it too and she showed me how to use it and years later she got a laugh when I told her that nobody in my high school English class knew what darning a sock was. A charachter in one of our books was darning a sock and the teacher asked if anyone knew what that meant. I got the sudden uneasy feeling I was being stared at and realized I was the only one whio raised their hand so I had to explain to the whole class how you darn a sock. Then the teacher said nowdays we just say "darn sock" and throw it away.
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#1834540 - 01/29/12 09:28 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Yes! i do know the shape you are talking about, just realised my gran had two, one like a mushroom and the other longer. I think she used the mushroom shaped one for heels of the socks and the other one for nearer the toes!!

I darn everything, my jeans, my jumpers, my socks, and my leather jacket!! i would also darn my para boots, but they are too tough!! I have to be content with forever glue ing the soles back on.

I cant imagine what sort of muppetts keep giving money to niki and other labels? and then complain they are broke!!!

To me, clothes are rags to keep you warm in winter, they can be got from the charity shops for a couple of quid, leaving good money for food and fun!!!
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#1834561 - 01/29/12 10:03 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Charity shops, thrift shops, yard sales the clearance rack and occasionally the side of the road if traffic permits...all wonderful places to shop! Name brands are great if someone else pays the name brand price before you buy it at the Goodwill store. When you're not picky about "pre-ownership" of things you can have much nicer stuff than if you pay for it new. When you can make it last practically forever by fixing instead of tossing it almost turns into a game. Just how long can we make Hubby's station wagon last? We're at 27 years and counting. I drive the new car, its only 16 years old grin
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#1834608 - 01/29/12 11:19 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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A a fellow skip hunter I suspect!! me and mRs R have oft been spotted "rescuing and recycling" from the skips that appear at random for folk to dispose of their unwanted but totally good stuff!

In fact we have taken it one step further, when i cut myself mechanicing, mrs R often superglues me back together again, I mean we would have to travel 30 miles round trip to the nearest A and E.
( we live in the sticks)

Once, I was in a rush, and didnt notice the bedroom door was actualy open and I run into the edge of it.
this split my forehead open, in the spirit of mend and repair, I got mRs R to thread some fishing line cat gut, and she put three stitches in my forehead.
This saved us about a tenner in fuel, a three to four hour wait for a nurse to do exactly the same, and Mrs R did it so much neater, being a demon with the needle and thread.

a week later we snipped them, pulled them out, and I was as good as new again, apart from a small amount of extra common sense that the door had knocked into me.

oh, I will take a video of what the supermarket built to keep a group of us out of their skips, you wont believe the trouble they went to, it must have cost them thousands.

they would rather throw, joints of beef weighing up to four kilos away, just because they are out of date tommorrow, than sell them a couple of quid cheaper....
This is disgusting, bread, cakes, cheese, everything they sell they chuck out by the TON, before it is out of date. Half the world starves and they do this.

BUT, the 15ft high razor topped fence they built has a weak spot and we have spotted it, And they are off gaurd, having forgotten about us for a while now..........

I will get a video...
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#1834711 - 01/30/12 02:24 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: AimeeO]
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Originally Posted By: AimeeO
I listened to the Hungarian Rock thing, and it sounds like Morse code or something.

ok I think I am figuring something out. So Wayne gives the aliens a fake Rossy badge. Shortly after, PPP shows up and posted that oddness. Twice. Did they get to him too?


You talk as if my odd post is somehow out of character? I actually thought, for me, that post had a pretty conservative sound.

This is odd:


Odder:


WTF?



This, on the other hand, is just awesome:

(Hahahaha - His YouTube subscribers asked him to arrange a version of this - and he did it! - and yes, I am one of his subscribers grin )


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#1834724 - 01/30/12 02:42 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Good morning PPP, I like John cage, he was the father of avant garde!!
that was exactly the same program as a very young John cale (Velvet underground) was on : Ive got a secret. Both Johns knew each other and did things together.

John Cale was the guest on this September 16, 1963 episode of I've Got a Secret. His secret centered around his participation in an 18 hour 40 minute piano performance, the first full length presentation of Erik Satie's "Vexations" held at the Pocket Theater. (Not mentioned, pianists John Cage, David Tudor, Christian Wolff, Philip Corner, Viola Farber, Robert Wood, MacRae Cook, David Del Tredici, James Tenney, Howard Klein (the New York Times reviewer), Joshua Rifkin, with two reserves, and with Cale all took turns playing the piece that is three lines long, the required 840 times on September 9, 1963, from 6 p.m. to 12:40 p.m. the following day. John Cage was the fifth of the many pianists who followed after John Cale who was, of course, the fourth. More importantly, Cage arranged for the entire performance having been introduced to this music while in Paris in 1949. A page of sheet music of the piece was lent to him by Henri Sauguet, and Cage kept a photostat of it with him then, finally performing it 14 years later. I read of this in David Revill's book "The Roaring Silence.") Seated also on the I've Got a Secret stage was Off Broadway actor, Karl Schenzer, who's secret was that he was the only person to stay for the entire piano concert.


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#1834726 - 01/30/12 03:00 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Originally Posted By: Rostosky
His secret centered around his participation in an 18 hour 40 minute piano performance, the first full length presentation of Erik Satie's "Vexations" held at the Pocket Theater. (Not mentioned, pianists John Cage, David Tudor, Christian Wolff, Philip Corner, Viola Farber, Robert Wood, MacRae Cook, David Del Tredici, James Tenney, Howard Klein (the New York Times reviewer), Joshua Rifkin, with two reserves, and with Cale all took turns playing the piece that is three lines long, the required 840 times


Cheaters!!!

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#1834741 - 01/30/12 03:50 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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The funniest thing was when john cale went to the piano, and he was asked "do you need the sheet music, cant you remember it?" "No, I cant remember it"

And thats the thing, it may be only two sheets, but even after hearing and playing it for eighteen hours, its not memorable....

is this what Satie was about in the "repeat 840 times?" he had discovered something that just cannot ve remembered?

the guy who was the only one who sat through eighteen hours was funny..."looking forward to hearing it again"

And the guy in the audience that shouted "encore" classic.
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#1835078 - 01/30/12 03:20 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Hi guys, been away a while, dealing with 'stuff'. Just catching up with four pages of posts! Loved the vid Rossy! and the dancing zebra.
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#1835083 - 01/30/12 03:25 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Here's Mala, the original dubstepper, with Changes, from 2007:



He used to open his live set with this. Very spooky in a big dark room, with gigantic bass bins. 100 people swaying in the darkness in the crypt of a church in Brixton. (You don't get the fab bass effect on a 'puter.)
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#1835131 - 01/30/12 04:24 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Here's Warpaint with Undertow:



acoustic version:

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#1835240 - 01/30/12 06:01 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I was just about to make another video to explain where you were Eglantine, glad to see you back.
Next sunday will be Griffins desert Island discs.

Explaining the premise of this to those not familiar with BBC radio4 and its 70 year old running show, was not as easy as it should have been.

One would think thats there isnt much not to "get" mostly.

Its not rocket science.
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#1835326 - 01/30/12 08:25 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I always remember Nigella's: a few pretty ravey sounds and a wish for the island to be Ibiza. Class A.
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#1835402 - 01/30/12 11:33 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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WOW Eglantine, just as you was posting that, I was downloading it, to use as background music whilst Steven hawking explained the rules of desert island discs.

I had to go and ask him to do this, because apparently I was not clever enough to explain the rules in an adequate way.

the rules are obviously so complex , that only the good proff can explain them...
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#1835434 - 01/31/12 12:39 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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#1835437 - 01/31/12 12:50 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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cool!!!!
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#1835477 - 01/31/12 01:57 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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The USA "inteligence" service.
well, just to start off on this amazing story, little bit of history, It was SOE, who during WW11 went and helped the USA start an inteligence service, as apparently it didnt have one.

We should obviously have done some follow up training.

Two kids last week, went over to the USA from the UK.
They tweeted their friends saying "we are going to destroy the USA" what this means in kidspeak is the new equivelent to " we are going to get real wasted" or "we are going to get destroyed"

Taken to the next level of stupid language use "we are going to destroy the place we are partying at"

Just kids speak. This lad and girl would have difficulty destroying their own hairstyle, but nevermind.

They also tweeted ( for a joke) we are going to dig marilyn monroe up.

When they got to the good old usa, they were immediately handcuffed, and detained.

Anyone with an ounce of common sense wouold have cast their eyes on these kids and just thought "harmless dicks"
But not the inteligence service, they interrogated them for five hours, AND searched them for shovels, looking through all their baggage.

Okay, maybe these two kids could just, just feasably have been a threat to homeland security, possibly.

BUT, anyone with an microgram of inteligence would know that a shovel would NOT help you dig marylin monroe up....

WHY? BECAUSE SHE AINT BURIED!!!

she resides in what we call a "wall crypt" a sort of stone box, about three feet high in the air.

The implements of exhumation that would serve you best in this situation would be a Hammer and a chisel, and possibly a crowbar.

Anyways, they got sent back to the UK.
For nothing, except stupid tweeting.
How weird is that?
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#1835551 - 01/31/12 05:50 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Have you got a link for the story, Rossy?
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#1835556 - 01/31/12 05:56 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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CDs or vinyl - they have to be individual TUNES. You can't have a whole CD of different stuff.
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#1835557 - 01/31/12 05:58 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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And what's with the Bettie Page pix?!
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1930s upright (piano) & single manual William Foster (harpsichord)


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#1835580 - 01/31/12 07:31 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Originally Posted By: Rostosky
The USA "inteligence" service.
well, just to start off on this amazing story, little bit of history, It was SOE, who during WW11 went and helped the USA start an inteligence service, as apparently it didnt have one.

We should obviously have done some follow up training.

Two kids last week, went over to the USA from the UK.
They tweeted their friends saying "we are going to destroy the USA" what this means in kidspeak is the new equivelent to " we are going to get real wasted" or "we are going to get destroyed"

Taken to the next level of stupid language use "we are going to destroy the place we are partying at"

Just kids speak. This lad and girl would have difficulty destroying their own hairstyle, but nevermind.

They also tweeted ( for a joke) we are going to dig marilyn monroe up.

When they got to the good old usa, they were immediately handcuffed, and detained.

Anyone with an ounce of common sense wouold have cast their eyes on these kids and just thought "harmless dicks"
But not the inteligence service, they interrogated them for five hours, AND searched them for shovels, looking through all their baggage.

Okay, maybe these two kids could just, just feasably have been a threat to homeland security, possibly.

BUT, anyone with an microgram of inteligence would know that a shovel would NOT help you dig marylin monroe up....

WHY? BECAUSE SHE AINT BURIED!!!

she resides in what we call a "wall crypt" a sort of stone box, about three feet high in the air.

The implements of exhumation that would serve you best in this situation would be a Hammer and a chisel, and possibly a crowbar.

Anyways, they got sent back to the UK.
For nothing, except stupid tweeting.
How weird is that?


rossy, it's a sad statement of the "world we live in" over here - compliments of
9-11.
You'll love this (off topic a bit): my friend's kid got suspended from a school a few years back for bringing a squirt gun (water gun) to the school parking lot.
I tell my kid "don't even THINK the word GUN when you're at school"


Edited by piano joy (01/31/12 10:10 PM)
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#1835643 - 01/31/12 10:22 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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My telephone tells me that I have been on the phone to different numbers at Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs for over 27 hours over the last two weeks, on behalf of my 75-yr-old mum. Today - when she tried calling them from abroad, at my gran's bedside, different special numbers for abroad which are supposed not to have a half-hour wait on hold - they are all apparently on strike and they put down the phones. I tried the same numbers myself and confirmed that is the case. Sigh.

Well I've done what I can over the last few months. But it's a real nightmare dealing with these people.

I'm going out for a walk. I may be some time.

Here's Golpes Bajos, with 'Malos tiempos para la lirica', a lovely early 80s Spanish Movida madrileña piece:




The lyrics in Spanish:

El azul del mar inunda mis ojos,
el aroma de las flores me envuelve,
contra las rocas se estrellan mis enojos
y así toda esperanza me devuelve.
Malos tiempos para la lírica.

Las ratas corren por la penumbra del callejón,
tu madre baja con el cesto y saluda,
seguro que ha acabado tu jersey de cotton
...puedes esbozar una sonrisa blanca y pura.

Malos tiempos para la lírica.

Seguro que algún día cansado y aburrido
encontrarás a alguien de buen parecer,
trabajo de banquero bien retribuído
y tu madre con anteojos volverá a tejer.

I'm sure Recaredo will appreciate... ;-)
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#1835650 - 01/31/12 10:37 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Guys, guys

Do you realise that this thread has now surpassed the thread on Ludovico Einaudi for page views? :-)
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1930s upright (piano) & single manual William Foster (harpsichord)


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#1835715 - 01/31/12 01:29 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
BeccaBb Offline
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Registered: 12/09/11
Posts: 905
Loc: Thunder Bay, On Canada
Good morning ladies and gents! Just catching up on post readings while I pry my poor little eyelids open. Have LOTS of piano practicing to do.

Rossy: the US Intelligence agency puts out whoppers often. grin We get a good laugh from them on a regular basis. You should look up the US navy vs. Canadian Lighthouse. You'll have a hard time breathing from laughter over that one!

Here's my soothing vid pic:
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#1835782 - 01/31/12 03:28 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
timmyab Offline
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Registered: 04/15/08
Posts: 452
Loc: Bristol, UK
I'm loving this at the moment.Awesome performance from Alfie Bow and plenty of other excellent performances as well.
Here's the prologue, the rest of it's on Youtube too.

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