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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by blowtorch, Dec 7, 2017.
Gunhild is a very entertaining character. A great showwoman that always brings a smile to my face. Now I'm youtubing her and I'm laughing out loud! I needed that!
Man, I thought the whole thing with you and bagpipes was just one of TD's running jokes.
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At first I thought that first video was you, BT
Then, when she finally started playing, my first thought was "It's the Scottish version of a banjo".
Sorry, I like the traditional ceremonial droning stuff and the uniforms that go with it. I don't think I can handle the pipes in a band setting. In other words, where's there's an expectation of actual music. Same as a banjo!
moosie, don't troll my bagpipe appreciation thread! If you don't care for bagpipes, you can certainly just move along without comment!
Rufus Harley was Philly guy. I saw him once when I was in high school.
OK, slinking away. Thing is, I DO like bagpipes.
Maybe I'll go listen to....
Love the comments on that video...
I like the traditional too. Pulls at my heritage heartstrings.
But I also like to BagRock with the Red Hot Chili Pipers. Saw them in Edinborough several years back.
And like any good Scotsman, he was wearing his clan tartan. That was great.
I can't recall if wore a kilt or not. He may well have.
Rufus Harley was a local in my town. He had hit record back in the day, a bagpipe cover of "Sunny". (You know ..... when people actually had an open mind about music and such.) He actually was a world class sax player. I met him and saw his show(s) many times. I always wanted to play with for fun. I never got the chance .... all I can tell you is he was really really good!!!!