Label: RCA Victor - LSP-2885 • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Pacific
View my complete profile. Girl Genius Gradual Dazzle. There's quite a few songs on here from "Promises, Promises" a musical that he did with Hal David, not sure why I'm not familiar with it, it must have had a really lame story.
I just really like his piano arranging. Labels: records. I'm kinda surprised the beret is still on, it's not from a lack of trying on Roxie's part. Labels: puppy. I was so proud of myself for not getting hair dye all over the bathroom Sunday, for a change. Labels: meandering.
Gwynnifer : anyhoo, in other news, I notice i get distracted easily by trolls. RTOTrainer : no? Gwynnifer : andn timmyb admitted to being an ass. RTOTrainer : say it ain't so. RTOTrainer : he's classic online psychology. Gwynnifer : ja, and it usually happens late at night when i should be sleeping. Gwynnifer : i need to set a rule. Maggie Katzen shall not comment after a. Gwynnifer : unless it's funny. RTOTrainer : right Gwynnifer : which it may not actually be funny because again, of the sleep deprivation.
Gwynnifer : so probably should just stick with "no comment" RTOTrainer : possibly Labels: meandering. Cook Something by Mitchell Davis, which is where I got the hummus and miso soup recipes. I like the way it's arranged as well, all the recipes are in alphabetical order and there's an index that lists everything in different categories that aren't typical, such as lunch, dinner, party, half hour or less, before it grows mold and i can cross-reference it to narrow down what i might want to try what's on the comfort food list that takes less than an hour to make?
Home Fries, among other things. Either they would go well together or have some odd ingredients in common because how many uses for tahini are there really? Miso soup. I don't know that I would call this cooking, though, it's just a matter of throwing everything into a pot and Nalani. I have enough miso paste for a lot more batches and according to the cookbook it will keep for a long time.
They were right. I love the title track, makes me want to add it to my imaginary lounge act repetoire. Just for You - Peter Nero Trio: everything on this one seems to be pretty peppy. It might as Well be Devil’s Head - Korzus - Legion is good. Music of Arabia - Hanaan: warning! I'm about to ramble.
She was born in Beirut, Lebanon, and studied music and voice there. Still in her twenties, she has had a career filled with diverse opportunites to sing to many different types of audiences. In Lebanon, she starred in an Arabian-language film. Numerous recordings in her own tongue Love Song Of Kalua - Ray Kinney Presenting: Harold Hakuole And The Villagers well as in French and Spanish repertory have been issued in Lebanon, Egypt, and in South America in which last she was phenomenally successful during two long tours.
She has been seen on television in South America, and her voice has come over the radio via the Voice of America, London's B. I would have gotten them completely wrong if I'd looked at the label. Love Song Of Kalua - Ray Kinney Presenting: Harold Hakuole And The Villagers don't know I'm not quite through the first cubby of records and I figure there's at least three more cubby's The Kuuipos - of records to go.
All the right tempos of the mid-east belly dance! I don't know if RTO sent Forever Will I Roam - Virgin Steele - The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell - Part One to anyone else Labels: shameless plug. Chase bank shows what slugs they are. Labels: grrrrr. I don't like it as much it's just not as fun.
I had to start over on recording the second side two times because animals kept messing it up Golden Gems - Billy Vaughn: stuff, stuff, more stuff, nothing's jumping out at me here, it's from the Box o' Records, a lot of them have been lately but I've been forgetting to note it. Floyd Cramer gets Organ-ized: um, yeah, I was starting Foundation 11 Loop 1 - Various - Fundamentals EP wonder where the title for this one Love Song Of Kalua - Ray Kinney Presenting: Harold Hakuole And The Villagers from because on the first side I was not hearing organ.
Unless it was an organ that sounded very much like a piano, which I don't think they had when this album was made. Second side is all organ. I don't know, maybe he didn't want to, I don't blame him, his style didn't really carry over well onto the organ.
I know they look very similar what with all those black and white keys, but they're different. I think it's a slightly shortened to make it more "family friendly" version of it the Met broadcast live to select theaters earlier this month.
The production was designed by Julie Taymor she of Lion King fame. The pics of it at the PBS site look interesting.
I'll try to get at least a weekly pic of him, for as long as he survives. Roxie has almost got his beret off. Sonic Seasonings - Walter Carlos: no idea where this came from, Love Song Of Kalua - Ray Kinney Presenting: Harold Hakuole And The Villagers might have thought it looked interesting.
It's mainly a bunch of electronics noises. Winter is finishing up right now It contains natural sounds, recorded in Quad as realistically as possible and subtly The Kuuipos - with electronic and instrumental sounds in an effort to create four evolving, undulating cycles evocative of the moods of earth's seasons. We have manipulated these sounds - electronically orchestrated them, so to speak - into an amalgam of the natural and the synthetic.
Carlos also did some movie scoring. You can visit Wendy's homepage here. I think I have some other albums Bacharach Songbook - Various Artists: just a weird mix of people and songs, like Columbia went, "Hey! Bacharach is popular, let's throw together an album!
It's a pony! NCB: pickin' up some odds and ends today? MK: uh, yeah. NCB: you make lemonade with that? MK: huh? I may have to Love Song Of Kalua - Ray Kinney Presenting: Harold Hakuole And The Villagers No. Continental Encores - Montovani: I'm starting to put some tunes and names together.
I didn't realize that until last night, even sang the word though I never knew what it was, still don't, but at least I know it's the title of the song. Ten Trumpets and 2 guitars - Pete Rugolo and orchestra : this one is interesting just for the copious liner notes.
Then Cappy Lewis, Rtakes up the tune. He's followed by Mannie Klein, L. The two guitars have two bars apiece - first Roberts L - then Viola R. Now comes an ensemble answering part with section A L playing open answered by section B R in mutes. More guitars left and right and then the Armstrong chorus scored by Pete for the full ensemble. Notice the sly and amusing interpolation, at the end, of the Louis Armstrong's theme Sleepy Time down South. You can read more about Pete Rugolo at Wikipedia.
I took Roxie for a walk. I didn't even need a coat or sweater. I'm just going to stay in bed till the sun comes out again. I usually save these posts as drafts and then publish them once I'm done, but today I'll just keep updating the post. I love the cover of itman and woman each reclining in their Barcalounger, all dressed up, like, Buona Notte Fiorellino - Various - E Penso A Te just been out and it's nice to recline now and listen to this album.
Tchaikovsky Concerto No. Looks like this album was recorded in shortly after he won the first International Hydra Spawn - Sandtimer - Vaporwave Is Dead Competition in Moscow. I recognize a lot more of this than I would have thought. Then Sings my Soul - Jim Hilderbrand: this appears to be someone's personal project, nice baritone and the music is pretty straight forward with only piano or organ accompianment.
There's one I've sung Natalia - Enzo Jannacci - Remastering - 1975-1979 few times, His Way Mine. I'm still not clear on what La Cucachacha is.
Love Letters in the Sand - Ken Griffin at the Organ: um, yeah, surprisingly they don't mention what kind of organ. I'd be embarassed to mention it as well, it's pretty puny sounding as far as organs go. I had never seen Roxie in the dog house until just a few minutes ago.