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Post by dave brum » 09 Jan 2015, 20:31

Today it's been 'We're In The Money', not because my circumstances reflect that but because of a vinyl LP I had on in the shop of Hollywood musical stuff. It wasn't too controversial or heavy but when Shazia took over she put on Ultravox. I wasn't into feeling awfully old today. It's funny how I can listen to Tallis and Monteverdi - even Vera Lynn and not feel old, but Oasis, Ebenezer Goode, Madonna, Soft Cell etc. really make me feel every single year of forty five. Probably why I don't listen to it.

Chas and Dave doing a wartime singalong is an over the hill-ness inducement - but the original versions from the 40s have no effect. :?

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Post by dave brum » 12 Jan 2015, 20:23

I cannot get Julie Covington's Housewives Choice theme out of my head. I heard it when it first came out back in 82 and apart from once on Youtube a few years ago, looked it up again this morning.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 13 Jan 2015, 16:51

Iain Lee played 'Hey Fatty Boom Boom' this morning...can't shift it!
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Post by dave brum » 13 Jan 2015, 19:43

Aah yes, Carl Malcolm. I had that song as part of childhood harrassment rituals at infants school because I was, erm 'unthin' (and have struggled with my weight ever since). Puppy fat I believe they call it.
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Post by dave brum » 13 Jan 2015, 19:58

En route to keep fit I had a great spring in my step as 'Soapy Crow' was one of the tunes I put on my MP3 player. It's a jazz piece by Norwegian trombonist Frode Thingnaes and it includes a cracking 2 1/2 minute trombone solo but it has been relegated to a piece of library music. I have it on one of my 1980s Channel 4 test card compilations. It must be somewhere on Youtube. Yes, here it is:

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Post by Gill the Piano » 14 Jan 2015, 19:36

Iain Lee played the theme to 'The Littlest Hob' and it's not a programme I know and it's not a good piece of music. But it's stuck...
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Post by dave brum » 14 Jan 2015, 20:50

A 'Cardiff Bus' song was released using the tune of the LH theme tune, telling us of places served by the Cardiff Bus network. A video was released and posted on YT but I see it has been taken down. It seems the lawsuit-happy Americans don't see it and have demanded it be taken down due to copyright infringement (otherwise they'll launch an air strike on the Principality).

Anyway, to the 'maybe tomorrow I want to settle down' it went something like Maindy Tremorfa Pontcanna Adamsdown, this Cardiff Bus is a-taking us to town. Rather clever I thought.

I had that cheery William Walton tune on the brain today after it was on the wireless, from his Facade suite that Previn played and Eric and Ernie danced along to at the tail end of their famous Christmas show sketch.
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Post by dave brum » 15 Jan 2015, 12:04

An old cheesy one from my childhood, Karel Fialka 'Hey Matthew'. He actually does have a son called Matthew.


UPDATE now it's 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover. Get out the back, Jack. Make a new plan, Stan. Hop on the bus, Gus...

Sneak out of the toilet, Violet :D :D Suggestions???
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Post by Gill the Piano » 15 Jan 2015, 18:18

Get on yer bike, Mike...Just shut yer gob, Bob...Boil yer head Fred... An English version could be sooooooooo much better.
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Post by dave brum » 15 Jan 2015, 19:36

Sneak out after dark, Mark. No need to tarry, Harry. She'll not know yer gone, Don - don't be a pr*ck, Mick!!!
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Sneak out after dark, Mark. No need to tarry, Harry. She'll not know yer gone, Don - don't be a pr*ck, Mick!!!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 15 Jan 2015, 21:01

Why not just leave, Steve? Knock it on the head, Fred...Pick another romcom, Tom...Try courting a boy, Roy...
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Post by dave brum » 15 Jan 2015, 21:54

Get your coat and hat, Pat. Don't be silly, Willie. Keep the male spirit alive, Clive. Stay and your life'll be barren, Darren!!!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 16 Jan 2015, 18:52

Got to be brave, Dave...don't sit and grieve, Steve...leave at a lick, Nick...
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Post by dave brum » 17 Jan 2015, 17:31

Back to title of thread. 'Ride Like The Wind' by Christopher Cross, after hearing it playing as a piece of supermarket muzak. After hearing some wonderful Frederick Austerlitz classics I had on in the shop yesterdee.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 17 Jan 2015, 20:57

Having had a thrash through my mate's grade 3 oboe pieces, I now have a Mozart Minuet wandering around my brain.
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Post by dave brum » 20 Jan 2015, 18:12

Bowls is on the telly now which my wife loves. I've found myself remarking to her that red one might just make it to jack high, or that the green player might kill the end. The audience look like the darby and joan world jamboree, or the 1985 Conservative Party conference. How WOULD 'Charlie Hebdo' satirise this??

Which leads me onto today's tune, The Cheeky Girls' 'Touch My Bum'. A Keep Fit classic. We are the Cheeky Girls. You are the Cheeky Boys.....
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Post by Gill the Piano » 21 Jan 2015, 18:09

Just bought E's birthday present - a polyphon with discs. Told him it was a CD player...which it is, after a fashion. Consequently I have a Victorian/Edwardian song called 'The Blue Bells'going round my brain.
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Post by dave brum » 21 Jan 2015, 20:17

Is that like a phonograph or primitive gramophone??
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Pachabel Canon in D. Playing my new violin with Cutlet playing piano and now it's firmly stuck in my head on a permanent coda :||

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Post by dave brum » 22 Jan 2015, 15:22

Hello Nutty, nice to see you on here again. Sounds like Nutty Junior is doing well with her piano lessons, what grade is she on now??
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Post by dave brum » 22 Jan 2015, 15:24

'You're Beautiful' by James Blunt, which he makes sound more like 'You're BeautiFOUL'.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 22 Jan 2015, 19:07

dave brum wrote:Is that like a phonograph or primitive gramophone??
Big brass discs with raised pimply bits on which travel across combs and pluck them - a huge music box.
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dave brum wrote:Hello Nutty, nice to see you on here again. Sounds like Nutty Junior is doing well with her piano lessons, what grade is she on now??
Hello DB! Junior got stalled a bit with us moving house/schools etc but she's right back on target now and booked in for grade 3 this spring, we haven't been given the actual date yet. I can't keep up with her so I'm back on the violin and loving it whilst helping her learn the theory stuff.

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Post by dave brum » 23 Jan 2015, 12:32

Have you moved from East Devon then??

Good news about Nutty doing grade 3 then. Kids do have lots of distractions but they do seem to have less to worry about than us lot, especially when they end up as accompanists for their mums!
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Yes, feel at home now on the Isle of Wight. Very happy to be here.

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Post by dave brum » 24 Jan 2015, 21:59

How is Nutcutlet finding her new piano teacher?

Oh, I've had that Boney M one on the brain today, 'Ra Ra Rasputin'. Only because it featured on a memorable scene in 'Cucumber'.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 25 Jan 2015, 15:56

'All Things Bright and Beautiful' today. Which is odd, as I didn't have to play it today. AND it's the Other tune.
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Post by dave brum » 25 Jan 2015, 20:24

:D That always reminds me of the bit in the Dads Army film where the Nazi paratroopers attempt to take a church full of people hostage, with Mainwaring's men dressed as choristers. Wilson stand behind him and I shall ....... and (Jones) I shall get my bayonet and shove it up his.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSjpfjhLr_w

Jim Davidson and Russell Brand, learn from this. It's called comedy.
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Post by dave brum » 26 Jan 2015, 18:25

Downtown by One 2 Many. Used to hear it a lot in work on Radio Shropshire and I always thought it sounded very Bruce Hornsby-ish. It should have been a monster hit.

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Post by dave brum » 26 Jan 2015, 21:33

now it's the overture to the Barber of Seville. Pa pa papaya. Pa pa papaya. Pa pa papaya, papaya, papaya.
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Post by dave brum » 27 Jan 2015, 09:00

I wish Google could recognise musical pitch as it does the human voice. There's this tune that was going the rounds in the 70s, it may have charted and I hear it from time to time. It sounds like the Average White or Climax Blues band funky white Philly soul sort of thing and I've even heard it on a Marmite advert. There is this catchy riff in there that goes: (all staccato except for the final 2 notes)

E E E E E F G, C E F E C (x2)
Bb Bb Bb Bb (pause) Bb Bb Bb Bb (pause) Bb C.

I have no idea what the song is called or by whom it is recorded, has anyone heard of it???
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dave brum wrote:I wish Google could recognise musical pitch as it does the human voice. There's this tune that was going the rounds in the 70s, it may have charted and I hear it from time to time. It sounds like the Average White or Climax Blues band funky white Philly soul sort of thing and I've even heard it on a Marmite advert. There is this catchy riff in there that goes: (all staccato except for the final 2 notes)

E E E E E F G, C E F E C (x2)
Bb Bb Bb Bb (pause) Bb Bb Bb Bb (pause) Bb C.

I have no idea what the song is called or by whom it is recorded, has anyone heard of it???
Thanks to some selective googling (Marmite ad music) I found out the title of the song, it's called Low Rider by a band called War. After all these years of being darkened....
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Post by Gill the Piano » 27 Jan 2015, 17:21

I like that one. I loved Midnight Rider too, by the Allman Brothers I think. I keep getting Justin Dealey on 3 Counties Radio to play it for me on a Saturday.
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Post by dave brum » 27 Jan 2015, 19:20

Paul Davidson I think that was by, I saw it on TOTP way back when.

I also heard the War song on BRMB on a Saturday afternoon but not in complete form. George Gavin would always play about ten seconds of a song then cut straight to a football commentary when a goal was scored then go straight back to the song. This was back in the days of needle time so it must have cost the IBA a fortune for nothing. And after the days of Tony Butler, whom Jasper Carrott famously made a sketch about. The West Midlands is the home of naff radio , Les Ross, Gordon Astley, Tony Butler, Ed Doolan. If you wake up feeling ghastly, tune to Gordon Astley (on what was Beacon Radio). Going down to London and listening to Capital was such a refreshing change for me in the 80s!
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Post by dave brum » 29 Jan 2015, 11:45

An old Welsh one; 'Merch o Gaerdydd' by Rheinallt H.Rowlands. Its composer probably had a listen to Afrikaan Beat and A Swingin' Safari, both by Kaempfert before writing it on his Casio synth.
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Post by dave brum » 30 Jan 2015, 14:08

Hey Manhattan! by Prefab Sprout, another good band from way back when, that disappeared into thin air and never were heard again.

And Yuri's Hair Salon by Len Liggins from an old John Peel session. Yuri was 'hair today, gone tomorrow' with his 'parting' being such sweet sorrow, according to the song. It told the tale of a Russian barber in Brixton who had been there for 30 years and was evicted. If my memory serves me well, Liggins was a member of a Loiner band called The Wedding Present.
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Post by dave brum » 31 Jan 2015, 14:44

'There's No Other Way' by Blur. Just because I went into town earlier today for a look at all the building and construction work going on at the moment (it's like a brand new Second City is being built!) and because of some longstanding roadworks I told my wife I had to get an earlier bus to her place of work from town. 'There's no other way' she said, so began the earworm.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 31 Jan 2015, 20:03

The Moonlight Sonata since I tuned for a jazzer yesterday who told me it's just a long jazz progression!
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Post by dave brum » 31 Jan 2015, 20:51

[quote="Gill the Piano"] since I tuned /quote]

If I send you a photo of my lounge, would you tell me where I can stick an acoustic piano?
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Post by dave brum » 01 Feb 2015, 11:21

'Too Shy' by Cadger Goo Goo. Only because I saw its former lead singer Lymm Arle on Pointless last night.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 01 Feb 2015, 19:30

dave brum wrote:If I send you a photo of my lounge, would you tell me where I can stick an acoustic piano?
Consider also bedroom/s and hallway...my piano was in my bedroom until I got married and moved here.
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Post by dave brum » 01 Feb 2015, 21:34

Hallway in postwar local authority homes like mine are only one square metre so that's a nono. I have my YDP131 in the front bedroom as the one available corner in the lounge has a radiator in it plus a cat lavatory, scratching post and nest of tables on it. Badly planned but my wife would not have it any other way!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 02 Feb 2015, 17:01

A piano would fit where the YPK153KHL6544 is.
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Post by dave brum » 02 Feb 2015, 17:46

Would you give me a hand to get it up the stairs then??

When these houses were built, more people owned pianos so I refuse to believe there is not room for one in the place I believe one should be, in the lounge!
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Common People by Pulp.
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The theme music from 'Blott on the Landscape'.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 05 Feb 2015, 17:42

'To The Manor Born' theme - I'm watching it and the tune soaks in.
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Post by dave brum » 06 Feb 2015, 07:13

Used to love that on a Sunday night with lousy old school the next day. Usually followed by 'Shoestring' which has yet another memorable theme tune. Trevor Eve was in that, who is a Brummie but 'put on' a West Country accent for that show. Pat Roach did likewise in 'Auf Wiedersehen Pet' (Bomber).

I had a teacher called Miss Carter (her first name was Julie and she played the piano!) who had a genuine Gloucestershire accent so I could tell even at that age they were both fakes.
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Post by dave brum » 06 Feb 2015, 12:28

Today it's the 'Jarrow Song' by Alan Price, as some very helpful Geordie boys are sorting me out with some roof tiles. Oh and the wee-wee song also, otherwise known as Fog on the Tyne. Very odd as Middlesborough is nowhere near the bleeding Tyne.....
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