Monday, 26 May 2014

Musical Monday #62

Hungarian Rhapsody (Dueling Pianos) from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Voices performed by Tony Anselmo and Mel Blanc
Music written by Franz Liszt and arranged by Alan Silvestri

What's your favourite moment in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Sunday, 25 May 2014

El Jane

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Monday, 19 May 2014

Musical Monday #61


What will you do?

Sunday, 18 May 2014

Evil Twin

So, evil twin, you say?

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Who's There?

And then this happened:

Monday, 12 May 2014

Musical Monday #60

So I’m reading this field guide to mammals book at the moment – I was reading it during my lunch break at work and came across a diagram of skulls.  It’s a pretty weird diagram because first of all I was given this book as a kid because I loved animals so darn much so being encouraged to examine dead decomposed animals is just creepy.  And second it says that the bones of small mammals can be found in the pellets of birds of prey and inside discarded bottles and drinks cans and can be used to tell these small creatures apart (because they look too similar with their skin on) but the diagram, while starting with a rat and a shrew, next has a dog and a horse.  Now I’m no expert, but I’m pretty sure I could tell the difference between a rat and a horse without the need to see their skeletons. 

And exactly how big a discarded drinks can is a HORSE going to get stuck inside?  And third, it turns out that shrews, when down to just the skull level, look an awful lot like the alien from Alien.

And then I turned the page and discovered a half page illustration of poo.

And now for Musical Monday,

Today’s being taken from that weird film that dubs children playing adults with adult voices but only when they sing, because that all makes perfect sense:

Down And Out 
from Bugsy Malone
Acting performed by Scott Baio among others but I dunno who are the singing voices
Written by Paul Williams

What embarrassing thing have you been caught doing at work?

Monday, 5 May 2014

Musical Monday #59

As occasionally happens when I have a really good idea for a musical number, youtube does not provide.

And even worse, the topic I was going to use for today’s post has, it turns out, already been the subject of a previous post.  At least some part of The Memory had recorded this and sent out paranoid signals before I foolishly went ahead and posted.

And so, here is a totally random musical number that youtube DID have:

42nd Street from, uh, 42nd Street
Performed by Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and others
Written by Harry Warren and Al Dubin. 

Why is there a murder in the middle of this?!