Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Tuneful Tuesday?

Turn up the volume on your speakers - really poor quality video.......but mildly amusing.

Into everyone's life, a little weirdness must fall.....

**Edit - for an explanation of the video clip go here


Reb said...

You did such a good job of learning that sax for that. It is still funny as hell!

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Penny said...

Is that YOU Bag Lady??

That's AMAZING -straight out of a David Lynch film!!

TA x

Hilary said...

Oh I wish I could hear it better. An explanation is in order!!

When.. what.. why.. where.. I know WHO!

You never cease to amaze and amuse. :)

Leah J. Utas said...

I will need better speakers, but it was still fun to see it again. Agree with Reb, you did a hell of a job learning the sax.

Missicat said...

My speakers are really bad...looked pretty funny!!!
'splain, please!

Melissa said...

I love the HIGH voice and the BASS sax!

Unknown said...

Very cool. Very weird. I like it!

Geosomin said...


A woman of many talents...

the Bag Lady said...

Reb - thanks, sis! Rehearsals for that show were a disaster - we kept cracking up!

Miz - isn't weirdness why you keep coming back here? :)

TA - yup, that's me. A few years ago. The show was called "A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine" and it was a hoot!

Hilary - when umm, late '80's, what musical theatre,
why to make people laugh(?),
where a little city in northwestern Alberta :) (I learned to play that song on the sax strictly for the part I was playing - I know it's hard to tell, but I'm not a sax player! Hahahahaha)

dfLeah - hey, you got to see it live, and it was much better in person, right?

Missicat - part of my mis-spent youth was spent on stage doing musical theatre. Just wanted to share a little bit of that with you. Unfortunately, this is a copy of a copy, and even the original is not great.

Melissa - thanks! That's the funny part, isn't it?

Sagan - glad you liked it! I thought everyone would appreciate a laugh!

Geo - just wanted to amuse everyone!

Terrie Farley Moran said...

df Bag Lady,

Your creativity knows no bounds!
I am most impressed that you learned to play the sax for the role. If I had to learn the sax, I would still be practicing the scale all these many years later.



the Bag Lady said...

dfTerrie - actually, it was basically play by numbers.... I learned only that song, and learned it by the sequence of keys to push. Sad but true story - opening night, I was so nervous, I had my fingers on the wrong keys and blew a great big "HONK" -- fortunately, the audience was great, laughed like crazy, I moved my fingers to the right keys and played it right through.
From then on, I made sure I had my fingers on the right keys BEFORE I stepped out on stage!

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the Bag Lady said...

Aww, thanks, fitarella! I heart you, too!!!

Anonymous said...

Couldn't hear it very well...funny!

new*me said...

you rock!

the Bag Lady said...

Mark - it was not a great recording of a recording of a recording....you know.
New*me - thanks!!