http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/55-when-i-turn-on-my-pc/My 55 is up, thank you for checking it out!Cool Blog!
fun and fun video,cool music!
Good music, I watched several more while I was there.
The first one had a great voice and heart warming audience participation. The second one brought tears to my eyes.
like pat, i loved how everyone just joined in, sugar! the 2nd was hauntingly beautiful! xoxox
Beautiful, Map.... just beautiful! xoxo
I loved the first video and the gospel-like feel of it. For a minute or two, I thought it was you, Map.
Wow, that first one had me trying to sing along!And now, so I don't insult dear Jimmy, how do you pronounce his beloved's name?Thanks...have a great weekend!
Ji; Welcome, and thanks. :¬)@eloh; There's some good stuff there! :¬)xxxPat; It is special that second one! Hope they were happy tears! :¬)xxxSav; Nothing like a good ol' 'sing-song' to raise the spirits! :¬)xoxoxoxPon; I do love those songs! :¬)xxxCharlie; Yeah, there's something hymn-like about it! (He does look a bit like me I suppose!) :¬)hope; Sing along missus!'Siobhan' is pronounced differently depending on where you come from, but mostly it's 'Shih-vawn' or 'Shuh-vawn'. Though I'm quite sure the bould Jimmy has his own unique way of saying his beloved's name! :¬)And a great weekend to you too!xxx
My apologies for the lateness of my arrival my friend. Thank you for the thoughts, and indeed the musical treat.It is with the Celtic blood that these are best enjoyed and understood. There is something definitely unique about being fae Glesga, and the pride runs deep throughout my oul bones.As for the pronunciation of Siobhan, Map is correct 'Shuh-vawn' is the correct Irish way, and it is one that is used by masel with just a wee hint of Glesga thrown in for good measure.Mostly though it's hen or doll... Glasgow speak through and through.
Thanks gentlemen. :)
Map, you really are the most thoughtful man around. How's the new tattoo these days?
Jimmy; No apologies needed here pal. And you are more than welcome for the music.I think a trip to my homeland is long overdue.Keep an eye out for a baldy minstrel 'aboot tha toon'! :¬)hope; See? You ask, we oblige. :¬)xxxMadame DF; I doubt that indeed! But thanks for the lovely compliment, merci beaucoup! The tattoo has healed. I am making myself ready for the next installment! The nephew needs to practice some more before he starts charging clients for his work, and I am a willing guinea-pig! :¬)xxxxxx