As a baritone, I hesitate to admit that I enjoy singing Garfunkel's airy high part on the outro.
(I often get a raft of sh*t for singing high: "you're not singing badly, but it's really disconcerting to hear high sounds come from a big guy." Did Garfunkel have to put up...
I had that same book and learned a lot from it, but sadly both the book and the album went missing years ago. In spite of having played for 40 years this month, I still find Me and Julio daunting for its rapid chord changes.
And I must confess to a great fondness for maybe a dozen Diamond...
I could see that being very powerful music for both good times and bad.
"For Emily" just destroys me in the best possible way.
I can do a fair-middlin' Art Garfunkel and I really enjoy trying to channel him on great tunes like that.
Some of their best tunes were the ones Paul wrote for Art...
I was invited to join an FB gardening group, in spite of my black thumb and lack of a yard, because its members know me and they are all sely.
They were singing the praises of fertilizer, so I said unto them this blessing:
"May each of you noble garden-people receive a steaming meteor of...
Tommo, I remember hearing of a Bayerisch nonsensical skiing song that roughly translates into "sh*t in the cake box changes the taste quite a bit,"
with the folderol chorus being something like "hey lahdee lahdee oh!"
This vague recollection has brought me decades of joy.
Have you ever heard...
1. A piano filled with cheese will sound very different from a piano that has not been filled with cheese. #ricottatone #listentothatsustain
2. We must fill the elevator with tumbleweeds, or innocent people may die. But they may not!