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Thread: Season #325 - Feeling Hot Hot Hot

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    I don't like trying to perform songs that have talking parts, because while it's easy for me to strum and sing in rhythm with the strum, it's very difficult to speak normally while strumming. This song is almost all talking, and there are a LOT of words to cram in, so it was quite difficult.

    Never mind the words, just hum along and keep on going...

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    For Season of the Ukulele 325, the theme is “Feeling Hot Hot Hot!”. Here’s Brian Eno’s “Burning Airlines Give You So Much More” for tenor ukulele with singing, and overdubs of Ubass and harmony vocal.



    May 14 will be Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno’s 70th birthday. To honor the occasion, Woodstock Ukulele Studio (SE Portland, Oregon) will host a Brian Eno ukulele concert. The concert will take place on May 12, and is a free event. It is approximately 60 minutes long. There will be two shows; one at 6 pm, and the second at 8 pm.

    Free tickets for these shows are available; email ferglow@comcast.net

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    paoriginal for 325

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    16 vids on my end of day 1, thanks everyone. As outstanding as all the entries have been so far, remember the heat/Fire/etc. should be literal, as in temperature, not figurative.
    Andy

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    ~A.W.E. O'Shaughnessy

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    Well I have 2 songs in mind. Both of which require 2 voices (so I'll try to rope Tiffany in) both of which I had nearly ready to go for recent seasons, both of which use the same strumming pattern, and both of which mention burning your feet on hot tar... Maybe one influenced the other just a little bit...

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    SUMMER? Here in New England, we just got spring this past week. My sister in Vermont had four inches of snow this past Monday. Anyway, here's a Genesis song.


    Uke can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you just might find uke get what you need!

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    disco inferno by the trammps

    lynda

    get it on, bang a gong, get it on

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    In the good old summertime.
    HyperBob says: Scottish steel and Irish fire, that's the weapon I desire
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    Here's some rockabilly from the late great Bob Luman.


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    Season 325. Submission 1. "Never On Sunday" (Words by Billy Towne, music by Manos Hadjidakis, 1960)


    Thanks so much for hosting, Andy, and for your super theme!

    It's an old song, but one that admirably says kisses are permissible on hot days.




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