A wonderful bit of sillyness . . .

Luke

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Luke
I heard this performed by a mandolin orchestra years ago and it was also excellent. I have learned one thing during slow times at the record store. If you go to youtube and type in almost any song title and almost any instrument, you WILL find a version of it out there.
 

Tilman Paulin

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Nov 15, 2011
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Vancouver B.C.
Tilman
I heard this performed by a mandolin orchestra years ago and it was also excellent. I have learned one thing during slow times at the record store. If you go to youtube and type in almost any song title and almost any instrument, you WILL find a version of it out there.
I'm still looking for "The greatest Disco-hits of the 70s in the bagpipe-version". :)
 

Richard

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Feb 1, 2013
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Marlow, UK
I heard a piece about Polish reggae on the radio yesterday. An unlikely combination, but it was better than you might think. Reggae is very big in Poland, apparently.

-R
 

Tilman Paulin

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Nov 15, 2011
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Vancouver B.C.
Tilman
Yikes . . . really?!! That could ruin bagpipe music for me . . . the motown version of Scotland the Brave???

Cheers, Jock
Haha, no. That's just a gag from one of my favourite TV shows back in the day. The two main characters go on a road trip through the US and the only audio-cassette they have is that.

"Staying alive!" :)

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