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Old 12-31-2008, 08:34 PM   #21
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Happy New Year to you Khan. Hope your wrist gets better. Same with SAD.

Just occurs to me that my crankiness and bad mood in the AZ summer are also seasonally affected. Is there a word for it?
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Just occurs to me that my crankiness and bad mood in the AZ summer are also seasonally affected. Is there a word for it?
The only word here in Gilbert during the summer is HOT!
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-- it comes from an old Allan Sherman song...
Well there sure as hell ain't any NEW Alan Sherman songs!

They broke the mold with that one - some real classics.

Happy New Year, or as my kids would text: HNY.

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A very special New Year's gift:

I know HFWR will appreciate this - I have it on CD, just found it on youtube (not so easy after sharing wine with dinner and a bottle of champagne, but here ya' go):



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He moves from the Little Drummer Boy/Silent Night medley with Taps at 2:38, brings in Auld Lang Syne at 3:22, then a very cool extended fade out starting at 5:50.

Now, if I could just find the late Billy Preston doing Auld Lang Syne on B3 on New Year's Eve from the late 60's maybe 70's. Have not found that on youtube, only him on piano with Aretha, which is good also.

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