Other Acoustic Instruments

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newBookmarkLockedFalling Fylde irish bouzouki strings
domfor 6 261 by domfor
Jun 8, 2020 13:23:44 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Leland Skaar's Bass part on Doctor My Eyes
martinrowe 0 162 by martinrowe
May 25, 2020 23:40:23 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Harmonica anyone?
minorkey 8 292 by walkingdecay
May 23, 2020 11:28:44 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Tuba Skinny
martinrowe 16 884 by slidingwolf
May 3, 2020 12:13:01 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Cuatro
welshruss 2 206 by scorpiodog
Apr 15, 2020 11:34:27 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Thomas Dunford - Lute
martinrowe 5 371 by grayn
Apr 6, 2020 6:25:18 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling A melodica with a difference
minorkey 0 170 by minorkey
Feb 17, 2020 23:54:50 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Tempvs Fvgit
martinrowe 0 158 by martinrowe
Jan 25, 2020 18:17:08 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling The Man Overboard Quintet
martinrowe 1 239 by ocarolan
Jan 6, 2020 12:42:46 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling One for the banjo jokes section
breedlover 3 407 by brianr2
Oct 23, 2019 15:03:05 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Bandleader's signals to guide the band
martinrowe 2 345 by ocarolan
Sept 12, 2019 16:22:44 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Jazz Bible
walkingdecay 2 352 by delb0y
Sept 1, 2019 18:30:20 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Detailed analysis of a Beethoven String Quartet
martinrowe 2 487 by bleatoid
Aug 17, 2019 23:20:01 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Simone Kermes singing Handel
martinrowe 1 382 by bleatoid
Jul 16, 2019 23:07:41 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Keyboard guitar....
ocarolan 3 434 by walkingdecay
Jul 4, 2019 14:10:31 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Daoiri Farrell and his Joe Foley Irish Bouzouki.
littlemart 15 2,916 by malcolm
Jun 2, 2019 12:30:19 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Cello
Onechordtrick 7 563 by Onechordtrick
Apr 19, 2019 22:08:45 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling got myself a new one: Steffen Gabriel Irish Wooden Flute
Akquarius 7 831 by misterlutherman
Feb 26, 2019 22:23:56 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Autoharp
PistolPete 7 792 by walkingdecay
Feb 17, 2019 15:43:44 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Tricone National plectrum (long neck 4-string) guitar
martinrowe 4 670 by dangad
Feb 15, 2019 16:44:45 GMT


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robmc: Crikey Keith that sounds like quite a surreal experience...! No substances involved I assume :puff: the air must be thick with it at Glasto! Jun 27, 2020 20:21:36 GMT
ocarolan: Plenty of substances, but not in our tent, despite the best efforts of our Geordie neighbours - "Hey Keith, man, wanna puff on this...We come to this field every year and get totally mashed!" When less under the influence they were lovely folk. Jun 27, 2020 22:33:13 GMT
robmc: Are you sure there was no secondary inhalation involved, it is possible just ask any politician... Except maybe Boris, he'd admit to being the primary source and get away with it as he is a lovable chimp (Bubbles in disguise?) Jun 28, 2020 12:20:14 GMT
walkingdecay: I can't look at pictures of that smirking slug without wanting to throw. Jun 28, 2020 13:31:40 GMT
ocarolan: ..up? or rotten tomatoes Pete? Or both? Probably the latter is best. Jun 28, 2020 21:32:39 GMT
curmudgeon: The use of the nickname "Bubbles" made me think of Matt Lucas' character "Bubbles DeVere" and seeing our great leader doing (a) pressup after having a baby (poor woman!) there seems to be a connection somehow: "Bubbles Johnson? Bubbles DePfeffel? Jun 29, 2020 12:46:24 GMT
walkingdecay: Clinical Support Bubbles in the event of an accidental press up that isn't fake? Jun 30, 2020 11:46:39 GMT
NewDave: Boris Johnson seems to think he is a cross between Churchill and F D Roosevelt. Funny. When I look at him I see the bastard lovechild of Benny Hill and Harold Shipman. Jun 30, 2020 17:19:27 GMT
walkingdecay: Hah! My wife says Roosevelt would be so affronted by the self-comparison he would beat Johnson into a heap of blubber with one of his walking sticks. Jun 30, 2020 20:16:18 GMT
walkingdecay: Speaking of Benny he was a big fan of bluegrass and turned up at a lot of Bill Monroe gigs. There was one rule with him if you wrote gags though: never try to sell him any material because he'd refuse it and then blatantly steal it. Jun 30, 2020 20:24:33 GMT
NewDave: Sounds like Mrs Decay might appreciate these. Jul 1, 2020 5:43:35 GMT
walkingdecay: Urgh! Um, thanks? Jul 1, 2020 7:12:55 GMT
NewDave: I think he's a Hogarth for our times. But yeah, they're a bit grim. He's developing a symbolic language all his own. Steve McFadden's (Phil Mitchell from Eastenders) looks of disgust and resignation are a joy and manatees are meant to by symbols of hope Jul 1, 2020 9:35:06 GMT
NewDave: Searching for the hidden Cilla Black can bring hours of entertainment. Or maybe that's just me. :blush: Jul 1, 2020 9:35:41 GMT
walkingdecay: Maybe there's a hidden Cilla Black in everyone. Jul 1, 2020 20:27:20 GMT
NewDave: Unleash your inner Cilla? The Personal Growth Weekend that's a lorra lorra laughs. Jul 2, 2020 10:28:07 GMT
martinrowe: :) Jul 2, 2020 13:25:38 GMT
walkingdecay: Sadly the long awaited release of Homegrown hasn't granted us a vital missing piece of the Neil Young puzzle after all. I suspect Neil gets all his puzzle pieces from different boxes anyway. Jul 2, 2020 20:33:04 GMT
walkingdecay: I still have a 'Release Potatoland' badge. Worth at least a million quid, I reckon. Jul 2, 2020 20:36:51 GMT
NewDave: Johnson's greatest is achievement is making that blithe, insouciant lightweight Cameron seem statesmanlike. That LBC interview. Holy Cow! Jul 3, 2020 9:05:04 GMT