November 9, 2010 by esarsea
Yes, you read that right. The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britian. Outstanding entertainment! They played New York’s Carnegie Hall a week ago today, and the show was a sell out. Enjoy, and turn it up!
Category: Music, Turn It Up Tuesday!
| Tags: Music, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britian, Turn It Up Tuesday
You got me with this one too. It looked too weird to ignore, and I have the day off, so time enough to download.
Teen Spirit was funny. Never did understand the lyrics in that song, and I still didn’t catch ’em in this version. Used to be a huge Black Crowes fan, but I got an error message on that one, so I’ll try later maybe.
Nice to see folks not being too serious and just having a good time……. seriously.
Seriously, where do you find this stuff?
That’s a Turn It Up Tuesday secret :-)
Yeah, who knew one could be so versatile with ukuleles. Beautiful voices too. I just listened to the rest, and really liked the 3rd and last pieces. “Hard to Handle”–not so much.
I agree, “Hard To Handle” is my least favorite of them. I prefer the last 2 like you.
Speaking of the Crowes, I caught one of their concerts on the DirecTV free concert channel yesterday. I was a fan in the early 90s, but haven’t kept up with their later stuff. Good southern blues-rock.
I tried, Lord knows, I tried. The dude singing Teen Spirit was so off-key that my cat started banging it’s head against a metal table leg and I could hear vehicles crashing in the streets as they drove past my house.
Jurassic Park, paraphrase of Jeff Goldblum’s character after touring the Dino Lab:”Hey, did any of you consider that just because you “Can” do something, that maybe you should consider whether or not you “Should” do something?”
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