I just wanted to let you know that it's been 21th December for about ten minutes here in my time zone and I'm still fairly alive :lol:
I will try to keep you updated, should anything change.
Good luck to all who are still waiting for the end of the world to come.
Have a great...
I wanted to share with you a video I came aross yesterday. It shows the process of creating of one of Queen's greatest hits - Bohemian Rhapsody. The song's being pulled to pieces and explained thoroughly by Brian May.
Watching it really let me notice little things I hadn't heard...
:trp:Happy birthday, Steve:trp:
I hope you had a great day and that you're feeling much better every day.
Help yourself to the cake*!
*The cake I provided seems to have dissapeared. Maybe it was so delicious. Anyway, help yourself to the invisible one :D
Here's a thread where you can share links to interesting YT vids - be it concerts, biographies, movies or anything jazz related.
How to find them?
Inspired by Mike's big band thread and John's trombone thread, I present you one devoted to jazz piano.
There will be a lot of copy and paste method in this thread.
To start it off:
So, lets begin with a couple of recordings.
This thread is based mostly on info found here...
...and a couple of other vids I thought some of my fellow MIMFers might like:
An amazing experiment took place at the Washington metro. I heard about it soon after it had been conducted (which was quite a long time ago),
but never got the chance to read the article about it. Untill now.
For those of you who might have not read it yet...
...is the new planking. A brand new "phenomenon" from facebook. It already has over a thousand followers. I especially liked one of the comments that's been posted there; the one about breaking neck...
I dare not ask what's next.