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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/4/2017 8:55 AM (#28299 - in reply to #12148)
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Wow such talent Jillee ...

Hmmmmmmm all makes me wonder what happened to our Discussion Board's Sunflower, Iris .. ?

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Supernatural3
Posted 5/4/2017 1:26 PM (#28300 - in reply to #12148)
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I have no idea.... lol but yeah! MY daughter is vary talented in the new stuff...... I am still old school! ha
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mruppert
Posted 5/26/2017 8:04 PM (#28325 - in reply to #12148)
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Oh hi Stochastical Musical Fanatical readers of this most ridiculously mah-veh-lous Thread!
In another post somewhere, I sort of thought that readers might question the absolutely incontrovertible historical and hysterical fact that I posted, so and thus I now answer your question of how did he know with my own question which is "I bet you wonder how I knew"
Enjoy an excursion into my world........

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

Thanks to Gladys and all of the Pips, past, present, and future.......even Charles Dickens Pip who does a decent job of bass voice in this song....at least in our quantum universe version.

Great Love and Smooches,
Marty
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mruppert
Posted 7/4/2017 6:56 PM (#28366 - in reply to #12148)
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........Here comes a woman, all wrapped up in chains.......this is America!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xTpQem36uA

Peace, lovey-dovey, and soul,
Martin
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Supernatural3
Posted 7/8/2017 1:31 PM (#28372 - in reply to #12148)
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Jimmy had sone GREAT talemt
I miss his, but forever be my heart!!!!!
Love you Jmmi

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mruppert
Posted 8/13/2017 8:23 PM (#28397 - in reply to #12148)
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Good Golly Mr and Mrs Molly.......
In a recent post I said I would give you Prince Ruperts Drops and I always keep my word! So, here is a metachemical, metaphysical and metamucil tune from Prince Ruperts Drops themselves!!!!!!!!
as is usual....hope the link works, but if not, do the old cut and paste it......you won't regret that you did, and, asamatta o fak, you will be glad that you did!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svFdUWnUjzc&index=7&list=PL6-yxiNORB...

Peeze Powwah an Soooool
Marty
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/24/2017 4:13 AM (#28476 - in reply to #12148)
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Funny thing Marty posted over on another thread yesterday (earlier today? Not sure about time zones!)

Equally not sure if this counts as stochastic music ... but had to share it with friends here ... just discovered this artist and am blown away by her sounds:

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

Eivor (with a stroke through the 'o'

Love
P
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Supernatural3
Posted 10/24/2017 7:45 PM (#28477 - in reply to #12148)
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I really enjoyed both posted songs... Stop Thankyou much...... Hugs
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Posted 11/29/2017 1:12 PM (#28531 - in reply to #12148)
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Hi to all Stochastic Music listeners...
In a short while I will post my usually annual Christmas song...though why this one has ever been considered a Christmas song I do not know.
So intrigued by the song, I search high and low (or, in some cases, hi fi and lo fi) to find ever more bizarre versions of it. WELL, I have found yet another!

Stay tuned,
Marty
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Paul Joseph
Posted 12/8/2017 2:11 PM (#28533 - in reply to #28531)
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Hi Marty

Sorry for sluggishness in response but I wondered if I had missed an email, a link, or possibly an intergalactic meeting ... as no music link is appearing, or maybe it's just me?


Advent-ures to you [all]

Paul
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mruppert
Posted 12/9/2017 10:58 AM (#28536 - in reply to #12148)
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Hello Stochastical Folks,
Here is my Christmas song for your utter amazement! I've kinda grown fond of the end....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spJlqZIHK24

Happy Holidaze
Marty

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Paul Joseph
Posted 12/13/2017 2:55 PM (#28544 - in reply to #12148)
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Marty -

O Come O Come Emmanuel was always one of my favourite Advent Hymns ...

Meanwhile I have been contemplating the fate of the poor lady Shyma in Egypt, now imprisoned for a video that You Tube will not even permit itself the open governance to play, so we cannot even know what her alleged crime is ....

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/egyptian-singer-jailed-over-vid...

And wild swans are being beheaded in the dead of night somewhere in England ....

Long live the 512 year old Greenland Shark .... but don't let anyone know she is there ... else she may not last much longer

Mutatingly Yours

Paul



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mruppert
Posted 12/14/2017 8:04 PM (#28545 - in reply to #12148)
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Hi Paul,
Glad you listened....it has ALWAYS been a mystical song for me.....and the more bizarre performances that I find only adds to the intrigue of it's original meaning. As an aside, I must say that I prefer an earlier version of the lyrics which uses the word "ransom" instead of "free" in the first verse.
But, I am of another age and time, when things were genteel and society was hopeful and wondrous for a brighter future.

Merriest of Mistletoes,
Marty


Please open another thread about the singer among the pyramids, as I just might have a lot to say about that.
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mruppert
Posted 11/19/2018 9:55 PM (#28729 - in reply to #12148)
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Ha!
I bet you all thought that I would not come up with some great seasonal tunes for the gratification, edification, justification, and obfustication of lovers of stochastic music. But, be that as it may, I will anyway. However, there are no traditional Thanksgiving songs so we will have to wait until Xmas.
But, the challenge goes out...............if any metaphysical guru can find a truly inspiring version of "O Come O Come Emmanuel" you will earn a place in the Stochastic Music Hall of Fame...which is located deep in the Heart of Space!

Pax y'all,
Marty
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Posted 12/24/2018 7:46 PM (#28733 - in reply to #12148)
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Hello,
It was rough this year......a very traditional rendition in Latin vs. Theocracy. Theocracy won out! (My Latin is not so good.) Here is the most bizarre song played at Xmas yet again..........

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E953eZgPMA

Have a Merry and a Happy!
Marty


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Posted 1/23/2019 4:28 PM (#28739 - in reply to #12148)
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While I'm not into Christmas music, I honestly could listen to this. The band is great. Right up my alley.
Thanks for sharing. Love it!
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Posted 4/6/2019 8:10 PM (#28748 - in reply to #12148)
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In light of what has happened in New Zealand and in our (USA) workplaces I offer you again (because I think I posted it before) Ian Hunter's best song and prophetic message....
Ain't it a shame
We ain't got a war
Guess wie'll have to start
On the sick and the poor

We don't need no..............STOCHASTIC MUSIC!!!! Hope you enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7cvDjbxIKY
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/27/2019 7:49 AM (#28757 - in reply to #28748)
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To my shame I had never heard of Sister Rosetta Tharpe until today when a friend observed that it is 45 years since her passing. Check her out via you tube,' the Godmother of Rock and Roll' stunning singer and electric guitarist; and the documentary of her life blew me away.
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Posted 4/27/2019 7:49 AM (#28758 - in reply to #28748)
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To my shame I had never heard of Sister Rosetta Tharpe until today when a friend observed that it is 45 years since her passing. Check her out via you tube,' the Godmother of Rock and Roll' stunning singer and electric guitarist; and the documentary of her life blew me away.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/27/2019 7:49 AM (#28759 - in reply to #28748)
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To my shame I had never heard of Sister Rosetta Tharpe until today when a friend observed that it is 45 years since her passing. Check her out via you tube,' the Godmother of Rock and Roll' stunning singer and electric guitarist; and the documentary of her life blew me away.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/27/2019 7:49 AM (#28760 - in reply to #28748)
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To my shame I had never heard of Sister Rosetta Tharpe until today when a friend observed that it is 45 years since her passing. Check her out via you tube if like me you are a Sister Rosetta ignoramus! 'The Godmother of Rock and Roll' indeed stunning singer and electric guitarist; and the documentary of her life blew me away.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MnAQATKRBN0

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FKK_EQ4pj9A


Edited by Paul Joseph 4/27/2019 9:48 AM
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