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Does anyone around here play the keyboard??
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I play the piano, keyboards only when necessary-give me a baby grand Yamaha any old day!
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Post by robinseggs »

My husband does....he is very musically talented...also plays the guitar. Electric too!! My brother in law has a band and they are all getting together to play for a block party soon so hubby is constantly practicing keys/notes on the computer and the piano!!
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Post by telaquapacky »

I arrange electronic keyboard. I can't put my hands on keyboard and make music, but I use a sequencing program on my computer to make the keyboard play what I hear in my head.

Check out the "Any Songwriters?" thread. There are some music clips on it I did this way.
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Kinda. Played the organ for many years as a kid. Still have a keyboard, but sadly never enough time to play. Occassionally pick it up to muck around.
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I play! I also play the flute, although that's not too cool.
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I have a keyboard and think someday I will learn to play. (I've been thinking that for about 6 years now)
I probably posted that in an ambien trance-soryy
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actionfigurestepho wrote: I play! I also play the flute, although that's not too cool.

Flue is cool Action.

I also play the violin, organ, and...........the accordian!
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I LOVE the accordian!
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I can pay the keyboard.What do you want me to play? Anything, I'm ready.
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palformusic;126495 wrote: I can pay the keyboard.What do you want me to play? Anything, I'm ready.
Play "Misty" for me. I play the green tambourine. Any song you want I'll gladly play.
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I did enjoy that film with Clint Eastwood - "Play Misty For Me". It is a really spooky type of film ! :)

Hey HT !!!!! This thread is 10 years old !!!!!!! :rolleyes: :p Chonsigirl is the only name I recognise !!!! :confused:
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G#Gill;1476860 wrote: I did enjoy that film with Clint Eastwood - "Play Misty For Me". It is a really spooky type of film ! :)

Hey HT !!!!! This thread is 10 years old !!!!!!! :rolleyes: :p Chonsigirl is the only name I recognise !!!! :confused:
Not that FG is rolling to a boring stand-still …........

I see you missed the reference to green tambourine. I'm simply shocked! :yh_ooooo
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High Threshold;1476862 wrote: Not that FG is rolling to a boring stand-still …........

I see you missed the reference to green tambourine. I'm simply shocked! :yh_ooooo


Oh I did notice the reference to the Lemon Pipers hit, but refrained from making any mention because, after all, it was late 60's and just a bit before my time (if you believe that you'll believe anything ! ;) ) :p :wah:
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Well, must be before mine, as I can't say I've ever heard of it - at least, not by title. Might know it if I heard it, though.
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Just for FourPart...............................

www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5Vz-z4PEkk
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G#Gill;1476863 wrote: Oh I did notice the reference to the Lemon Pipers hit, but refrained from making any mention because, after all, it was late 60's and just a bit before my time (if you believe that you'll believe anything ! ;) ) :p :wah:
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FourPart;1476864 wrote: Well, must be before mine, as I can't say I've ever heard of it - at least, not by title. Might know it if I heard it, though.
Oh, you young people! Bet you didn't know that Paul McCartney was in a band back in the 60's either.
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Who's Paul McCartney ? Is he that chap who wrote that classical orchestral piece a few years ago ?
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G#Gill;1476866 wrote: Just for FourPart...............................

www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5Vz-z4PEkk


Now I recognise it. The guitar player certainly looks really bored, and the drummer looking stupid, while trying to be flambuoyant. Interestingly, though, it wasn't even a Green Tambourine he was playing. That was a bit remiss of them. Plus the image of the Green Tambourine shown in the video wasn't even the one being played - the image one had a skin.
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High Threshold;1476868 wrote: Oh, you young people! Bet you didn't know that Paul McCartney was in a band back in the 60's either.


He was with several bands in the 60s.
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G#Gill;1476871 wrote: Who's Paul McCartney ? Is he that chap who wrote that classical orchestral piece a few years ago ?
Yeah, that's the one. :yh_wait

FourPart;1476873 wrote: He was with several bands in the 60s.
Oh Christ. :yh_wait
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High Threshold;1476874 wrote: Yeah, that's the one. :yh_wait



Oh Christ. :yh_wait


Was he in a band in the 60s as well, then?
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FourPart;1476881 wrote: Was he in a band in the 60s as well, then?
"A" band? Band membership, multiple counts. Nice how things eventually work out in complete circles, ain't it. :wah:
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I believe Richard Starkey was in the same band ! You don't hear an awful lot about him these days though.......... ;)
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G#Gill;1476897 wrote: I believe Richard Starkey was in the same band ! You don't hear an awful lot about him these days though.......... ;)
Funny. When the bets were in I tipped him to be the first "to go" .... I mean succumb to the drugs and perish. But nope! He's still kicking.
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High Threshold;1476898 wrote: Funny. When the bets were in I tipped him to be the first "to go" .... I mean succumb to the drugs and perish. But nope! He's still kicking.


I think they all grew up over time, one by one ! :wah:
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High Threshold;1476898 wrote: Funny. When the bets were in I tipped him to be the first "to go" .... I mean succumb to the drugs and perish. But nope! He's still kicking.
Don't think he ever came to much. I understand he's relegated to narrating kiddies' TV programmes these days.
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He's the worse for wear. If you watch any of the interviews with him you can see and hear the drug-induced slur in his speech. Not to say that he still partakes (I wouldn't know) but the traces of drugs have left their mark to be sure. In my imagination I see the least talented member of the quartet feeling incompetent and seeking comfort in other ways, but then it's fools like me and even worse who once said Paul was dead!

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FourPart;1476902 wrote: Don't think he ever came to much. I understand he's relegated to narrating kiddies' TV programmes these days.


Not necessarily,, FourPart ! .......................................................... Ringo is 74 in this video, not bad going for a drug-swamped talentless scouser, eh? I expect you'll notice Yoko Ono and her son (by John Lennon) rockin' along with everybody in the audience !



Paul & Ringo 50 years later. Feb 09, 2014 - YouTube
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G#Gill;1476932 wrote: Not necessarily,, FourPart ! .......................................................... Ringo is 74 in this video, not bad going for a drug-swamped talentless scouser, eh? I expect you'll notice Yoko Ono and her son (by John Lennon) rockin' along with everybody in the audience !



Paul & Ringo 50 years later. Feb 09, 2014 - YouTube
Mmmmmmm! So nice! I see that Paul is looking more like a 4.2 than an E-Type these days. And Davey Jones at 9:03 …. without the tambourine thank God! And I don't care what Yoko is doing, just the sight of her goes right up my nose.

FourPart;1476902 wrote: Don't think he ever came to much. I understand he's relegated to narrating kiddies' TV programmes these days.
Excuse me? What is wrong with narrating kiddies' TV programmes? Is it a step down from “Rocky Racoon”, you think?
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Davy Jones @ 9.03 !! ?? That video is dated 2014 and here's me thinking that Davy Jones (The Monkees ?) died in Feb. 2012 !!! Unless that's a different Davy Jones :confused:



Yoko Ono thinks highly of you too ! :yh_rotfl
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G#Gill;1476954 wrote: Davy Jones @ 9.03 !! ?? That video is dated 2014 and here's me thinking that Davy Jones (The Monkees ?) died in Feb. 2012 !!! Unless that's a different Davy Jones :confused:
Did you look at 9:03? Do so and we'll discuss it.





G#Gill;1476954 wrote: Yoko Ono thinks highly of you too ! :yh_rotfl
I'm chuffed to know she's aware of my opinion. She must have got my letters after all!
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I reckon it's amazing how good they look for their age. They could both easily pass for being in their 50s.
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FourPart;1476961 wrote: I reckon it's amazing how good they look for their age. They could both easily pass for being in their 50s.
It was the freedom of the 60's you know. I'lll be 68 tomorrow and I look like 17! Well, I act like 17 anyway. :-6
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High Threshold;1476964 wrote: It was the freedom of the 60's you know. I'lll be 68 tomorrow and I look like 17! Well, I act like 17 anyway. :-6
I was 55 on Saturday & I look 75.
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FourPart;1476965 wrote: I was 55 on Saturday & I look 75.
Really? So we're both Aries. Poor us.

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High Threshold;1476967 wrote: Really? So we're both Aries. Poor us.


Always was a bit of a Ram.
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FourPart;1476970 wrote: Always was a bit of a Ram.
You also get frequent headaches, eh?

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