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Posted on April 28, 2000 at 03:01:49
Rob


 
Sorry guys, it's back again and there isn't a possibility to remove it. I've been spinning the most incredible crappy songs in my angry sounding language going like 'I'm lying quitetly dreaming on my pillow' or 'Put a candle before your window tonight', 'And the clock says tick tick, ticking all my hours away', 'Zenderruis en testbeeld','In the city of Amsterdam' and much more nonsense, but after every refrain I just go PA PA PampapaPA, no matter what symphony I'm spinning. Oh Roschen rot? PAPAPampapaPA! DADADA-DOOOOOOO! ( Or DADADA-Duh, especially for you Bob H, you're not being ignored) PAPAPampapaPA! and even Wagner doesn't help; the hammering at anvils and the screaming of heldinnensopranos in total exstacy because Siegfried is such a hero can't weigh up to PA PA PampapaPA, because it's a question while being an answer, it's everything in nothing, it's the beginning in the end and I'm right now flabbergaster for more than two days.

I'm reading Charlie recommend Sigiswald Kuijcken or however you spell this horrid language I call my own and I tried spinning Bruckner 8, to release my manic thoughts, but it's leaving me wishing he put that one theme into this symphony instead of PAAAAA-PamPAMPAPAPAPamPAPAPAAAAAAA.

Rob

 

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I think there's a storm coming up <nt>, posted on April 28, 2000 at 03:10:22
Rob
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Re: PA PA PampapaPA, posted on April 28, 2000 at 04:18:58
The Real Dave
Rob, Dave, whomever,

It goes away eventually. I know it does. Kill a few more brain cells, and it will disappear.

I listened to the Bruckner's sixth last night, since I hadn't in a while. No thoughts of PA PA Pampada PA ekeing into my head...until now.

"It's like, 'Oh my God'". It's back again.

 

I wish I was Britney Spears....<nt>, posted on April 28, 2000 at 04:40:12
Rob
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Re: I wish you were Britney Spears too...., posted on April 28, 2000 at 09:06:06
Jim Willis
... then I would come over to your house and, like, sit in your closet with all your stuff.

 

Re: PA PA PampapaPA and another thing, Buddy Boy!, posted on April 28, 2000 at 21:43:09
Charlie F.
This is tough love, Baby! Get over it! Relax! Gulp a Gulpener!

You're O.K., Baby! Jasmine steals those stacked heels as soon as you slumber! Arf. Arf!

I bet you and Sigiswald K. toss down Genever together — regardless, I'm tellin' you that I dig his Bach to the utmost, Daddy-O!

I heard the Carlos Kleiber/Vienna Ludwig 5'6" von Bonn #5 (first movement only) tonight for the second time [meiner Frau und Ich were showing off the system to two very close friends], and it so major-ly kijcks Arsche — such insistence — "Follow me! Go here! And here! And here, you pansy! Relax a moment with the clarinets … but not too long! Let's go!!!" And all with the sense that nothing happens too soon nor too loudly nor too insistently. Such great music.

Anyway, what was I saying? Oh! Relax! Enjoy! You'll be fine in the morning, Robibadache! Slow down, enjoy the Langsam.

And I got a phone message earlier this evening that a CD I'd ordered arrived. It's got to be either a Gergiev conducting SOMETHING!!! or the Celibadache/Munchner Bruckner 7th. I'll be stopping by tomorrow morning (which you're already enjoying over there in WoodenShoe Land!) after slaving over a crew of sweating T'ai Chi players!

Woof!
Charlie F.

 

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