Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by brassneck, Oct 2, 2006.
Well folks, here's October's offering!
- usual rules and prizes apply (ahem!)
On the announcement of Next years British Open Test Piece members of Black Dyke think that Philip Wilby may have taken things a little too far in his re-working of the Music from 'Finding Nemo!'
Nobody else bothered to reply in the 'What's your wettest ever band job?' thread.
"I'm forever Blowing Bubbles..................... "
A modern look to performing "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea"...
Once again the bass section would do anything to plumb the depths....
[bad taste] G'day.....and, Crikey!, the band will open our memorial service with a performance of 'Stingray'...... [/bad taste]
bad taste but funny!
What better place for an orchestra? Now we just need to get the snorkels off em.
The band were pleased they'd taken precautions for Roy Hattersleys visit, they just knew he'd want to have a blow.
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After failing to impress the judges at the last entertainments contest and being so desperate to win it this year, the band pulled out all the stops by taking a much more literal approach to their performance of under the sea. What some bands will do to win eh??
"This is not what Katie Melua had in mind when she proposed to set a 'deepest underwater concert' record!"
(Have a look in the news today if you don't know what I'm on about! )
The world preimere of Roger Thorne's arrangement of "The Best of Wet Wet Wet
The selection from "Titanic" went down really well at the entertainment contest!
The first televised performance of Handel's Water Music
Why is it that although 3 of them are trying to blow brass instruments the only air bubbles are coming from the trombonists backside.
No, no no, I said "pedal" notes not paddle!
Noooo!! I asked for a bottom C......
Surely bottom C' s harp
We had to get the brass players quite drunk before they would do this, but the mermaid's Harpist.
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