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    thank you for hosting the week Rob
    really enjoyed the songs and conversation
    this one I hope qualifies for the theme

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain goat View Post
    thank you for hosting the week Rob
    really enjoyed the songs and conversation
    this one I hope qualifies for the theme
    Saving the best for last. Jon you just have the skills.
    You had me from the beginning with that fanning of
    the strings, I did not know which way you were going to
    go Skiffle of Calypso... Ah the tension... then it breaks into
    a solo melody and I wonder if it is going to be an instrumental.
    Then the vocals come it and because you are living the song
    we see the head being thrown back and a few of the famous Jon
    grimaces, then there is the quickening of the tempo, and the slowing
    down at the end. I can see how the arc of the song has developed
    and how well it has been constructed. If all that comes naturally
    then it is a very special gift. As someone once said. Stir up that gift.

    The arc of the song is like a plane on a runway. Taking off, getting up to altitude
    and achieving cruising speed, and then a slow safe landing at the destination.
    Thanks for the musical journey. A masterclass on how to perform. Bravo!!!
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    Default Wrap up for SOTU 326 (Lonnie & Rose)

    Watch the great snail race to determine the winners
    of SOTU 326.

    HyperBob says: Scottish steel and Irish fire, that's the weapon I desire
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    edge of the seat stuff there rob! very entertaining wrap! those snails are stars!!!! congrats to the winners and thank you for a really great season!!!
    lynda

    get it on, bang a gong, get it on

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    A very interesting and educational season, Rob ... enjoyed your comments! (Can I borrow the snails when it's my turn to host?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimousinLil View Post
    A very interesting and educational season, Rob ... enjoyed your comments! (Can I borrow the snails when it's my turn to host?)
    Any old excuse for me to run the Framelapse app from my smart phone.
    Last week I tried it out with with the opening of an anemone and near the
    end of the footage I unexpectedly caught a couple of snails scurrying through
    the dead leaves, and I wanted a chance to catch them moving once again
    and that was when I came up with the idea for the selection process.
    A bit weird I know, but usually there is a reason for why we do things
    though it is not self evident to others.

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    That was so fun Rob!

    Congratulations guys
    Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.

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    I thought those snails were a bit speedy!!! (So, it's time lapse ... they don't need a dope test!)
    Last edited by LimousinLil; 05-22-2018 at 11:29 AM.
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    Awesome wrap up! Nice season Rob.
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    Kala KA-ABP-CTG Cedar top Baritone (Living Water high D strings)

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    This Season was the kings underwear, but that snails race was not at a snails pace!

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