Oh...I think I will check out Birmingham Smiles by GBH but are you all sure you want to hear me sing it? haha.
I am here to say - I LOVE the Noseflutes! I have never listened to many( like, 99%!) of the bands in the Birmingham links that you shared, John....
And I have not checked out...
In 1963, a family drove their Brown Bomber from Michigan to Birmingham.
And if you had planned on driving all the way straight your car better be equipped with a record player that had the
Vibro-Dynamic-Lateral-Anti-Inertial Dampening System!
(more information about this performance is to be...
Thanks for hosting, John!
I was at work today and needed a break. Coffee did not help. Needed something to pick me up.
So I tried this song which I saw the Ian Campbell Folk Group did. I tried 3 takes which all went into this.
Hope your Sunday has been relaxing and lovely, Brian.
I am back again with another song. This one is for Jim.
I just want to thank you for your warm words of encouragement on my Seasons entries, and especially my clawhammer playing.
I told you that when I do get a banjo one day I will...
I like Martin Parr's photographs.
I knew he would have some good photos of people with shopping bags, luggage or handbags, and I found this photo, which looks great to me.
Here is a simple, fun thing I enjoyed doing.......
A philosopher and a pigeon study the people in a queue one afternoon......
I got one of those one-song-for-2-seasons entry here!
I love Martin Parr's photography and I got a feeling he would have taken some good photos of people with shopping bags....thinking of something for Brian's Bag theme...and I found this photo, which looks great to me.
I came up with this and...
Hope a trash bag is OK with you, Brian.
Here is a silly song based on a real incident.
What sort of rubbish can you put in this without them tearing the bag?
I added some plastic bag noises to this too.
Did another one for this week.
My cover is quite boring, but I would like to share the original really.
(I forgot to say- it just stopped raining when I recorded this, and the birds were out singing. I think the loudest ones were the mynahs..we have lots of them here.)
Inspired by one of the most incredible persons I had the privilege to meet and work with when I was an art teacher.
This is a quick recording as I wrote the song. Not sure if the driving, clawhammer work.....I will try different strumming and picking and see what happens when I do work on this...
I am a fan of Curiosity Show, an Australian educational children's television show produced from 1972 to 1990.
It was on this show that I first saw the wonderful and grumpy-looking tawny Frogmouth.
I filmed the first part of the episode where the bird was teased by a dry flower the girl...