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Walter, as you know, I am not one to look for excuses but, considering the under bountiful bouquets of joy thrown at the writing and subbing of this yarn, I figured I would come out of the closet and disclose my taste in music. My daughter visited over the weekend and, as ususual, she dominated the stereo's remote. Waking up on Monday feeling unwell, I soon exercised the issue. Loony, you're so tired of Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Shania twain, All Saints, the Spice Girls, Mandy Moore, Aqua, S Club 7, Hole and then any group with non-blokes in it you could ram their pretty teeth down their gobs", was the diagnoses. "Then why shouldn't you be listening to Radio Hauraki", a brain cell whispered. Hauraki is so manly it virtually guarantees, for your listening pleasure, a complete lack of singing within the bats-and-dolphins range (with honourable exceptions for the falsettos fellas of Guns'n'Roses and perhaps the odd Bee Gee). Women who avoid "classic rock that rocks" are rarely heard here. I had been tuned in for many stage-slamming, drum-thumping, guitar-whomping hours before I heard a gal who could rock hard enough to obtain about the playlist. She was Melissa Etheridge, lesbian and happy with it. Said DJ Robert Taylor to a woman called Sarah, who requested among her songs, "Are you that way inclined? Can I watch?" Great to understand that Hauraki is sticking to those good old macho virtues which were the norm when it was a barrier-breaking pirate-radio-station in the 60s heyday, broadcasting from the good ship Tiri in the middle of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf. But guys,[url=http://woolrichparkaschweiz.albirank.net/][b]Woolrich Parka[/b][/url], because you thrash so much Queen, does which means that you are all gay? No? Just like the music? I thought so. Into our planet of George Thorogood, Led Zep, Bowie, Santana, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, Nirvana and anybody who will easily notice a Strat from a couple of carnations, I bravely re-entered. Afternoon DJ "Thrasher" was discussing the best way to avoid a hangover. Drink cold tea (if you're really dumb, your brain may think it's whisky!) and dish-washing liquid. Bang your face against a wall also featured highly. This is actually the station where they give away power boats, kegs of beer and "workshop shouts", where the personal ads mostly contain guys selling Holdens [Chevrolets] and giving away bull mastiffs, and there are competitions to develop, dye, shave or fake the very best "weird beard" to win a chance to meet ZZ Top. Testosterone is a crucial ingredient within the Hauraki listener's makeup, even though some ladies who would not be caught dead hearing "classical" music featuring violins clearly listen to "the station with both barrels cocked", where two songs by the same artist are known as a "double shot". However i don't believe that Sarah will phone in again.
Gooday Loonytunes (formerly A Modest Prince however a Kiwi from Napier), Cobber, as far as classical music can be involved, I wouldn't know a quaver from the quiver, but I know what I like. If you can whistle Beethoven's Seventh at backward point enough times to ensure that the nineteen years old wicket keeper can hum along into it, you become qualified as an enthusiast. If you can tap out Mozart's Fortieth having a ballpoint in your desk so that even the woman within the next office cries out "That G minor key makes my neck bust out in goosebumps," then you rate as a lover of classical music. I do not, however, profess to be an aficionado (appears to be whether it should be two effs). I love classic rock too, whatever that means. This means whatever I wish to define it as being, and also the stuff broadcast by Radio Hauraki sounds pretty near to classic rock to me, although space perhaps precluded you against mentioning Deep Purple, Status Quo and Cream. When it comes to stuff your daughter was listening to last weekend, I haven't heard about any of them, except the Spice Girls, and them mainly through David Beckham, although I know a Mandy Moore but I don't expect she was playing on Enzed wireless. But what really took my attention, Loony, was that your stereo has a handheld remote control!! Next thing you'll be saying that you've a multi-cd player and no record turntable. And that you have bookshelf speakers. Take care, cobber, Walter.
My ten-year-old stacked (five-deck) Pioneer stereo is the entertainment control centre of my open-plan dining/lounge area. The pc and a 29", newish, TV are both connected to the stereo. Two excellent speakers are affixed to the walls midway through el born area. In this way I can I get stereo audio from the computer and true all-enveloping surround sound from the TV. Ideal for when a few mates stop by to watch the mighty All Blacks. Along with the sadly under-used turntable sits a small portable CD player. The computer is plugged into the stereos CD outlet. The stereo's remote sits beside the TV's remote which sits beside the Sky TV remote which sits near the cellphone which often sits beside a bottle of Hienekin.
Gooday again Loony, Look I've had my go and it's time to move ahead, but Tchaikovsky is still spelled wrong (first time appearing), and 'The Pachelbel Canon' by J Pachelbel sounds daft: the piece is Canon and Gigue in D Major (or even more often just Canon), so either Canon - Johann Pachelbel or Pachelbel's Canon. Yet another aspect: some of the listed composers receive initials, some are not. For any wide readership, maybe give forenames too? And talking of the wide readership, footnote 2: H F Biber is not exactly a family group name,[url=http://giuseppezanottisneakerssale.olimx.com/][b]discount giuseppe zanotti sneakers[/b][/url], so it is useful to then add points of knowledge, however i imagine that telling us that he wrote a magazine on scordatura will probably be singularly unenlightening. Explain scordatura. Loony, my real reason for returning was that you simply didn't return to me on how you get an online ON YOUR STEREO And so forth ETC. Or perhaps is your silence to be taken as answer enough? Take care, Napier's modest son. Walter
Point of clarification. My computer workplace is to establish close to the middle of the lounge/dining area - beside the table with the remotes on. Using the stereo remote I'm able to choose things i wish to listen to. TV, video, radio, music tapes, LPs and downloaded music can all be played through the stereo speakers. In this region I also possess a large heater that's been installed in an existing open fireplace. It operates on piped gas (LPG). Electronic, it provides a clock. I can programme the heater to turn itself off and on - a pleasant warm house when you are getting out of bed in the winter months. Alas this didn't come with a remote.
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Loony, That little guy doesn't take after his grandfather, does he? I personally quite liked Toy Story I, however I am a complete sucker for 'children's' films (and books). Because the beloved points out, that's because I never really was raised. I resemble that, is my half-heartedly indignant reply, despite the fact that most/all men like to think there is a bit of the boy in them due to the way they figure women like this (which may or may not be true but even I am not stupid enough to obtain dragged into that kind of debate). And the beloved, well, she just says she loves me the way I'm. Sic transit gloria. Walter.
















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