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Old 04-22-2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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My personal favorite, also great for downhill skiing though moguls!
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Ridiculous and suggestive....just like bbb...eh, never mind...

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As the designated cleaner at Casa Gumbiana, these are my favorite cleaning tunes. They must be played at ear-splitting/danger of blowing a speaker volume (to be heard over the vacuum)







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Gumby, please! What are you trying to do to this thread? Those guys aren't even in the same league with the artists we've been posting. Sheesh...
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As the designated cleaner at Casa Gumbiana, these are my favorite cleaning tunes. They must be played at ear-splitting/danger of blowing a speaker volume (to be heard over the vacuum)
Just watching a man vacuum is music to my ears....
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I alternate with DW on the vacuuming, but she leaves me to do the painting.

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I'm still trying to figure out why you guys would want to ruin a good classic-rock jam session (or, in Gumby's case, a classical jam session) with an activity like housecleaning.

Besides, the acoustic energy might just do a better job of cleaning than I ever could:
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Why not? It's another job you can lie down on...
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This is my dusting tune. I like to sing along.

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This is my dusting tune. I like to sing along.
I hope you have either a good voice or a loud vacuum cleaner!
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If ya gotta clean house, you might as well listen to this:

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Looks like my college kid's room whenever he's home.
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Housework? Please enlighten me.

Looks like a cool well-decorated artist's studio/den/office/reading room, place for a jam session, I aspire to that. The theme holds together.

Thanks a lot, you all, I bookmarked this for the next segment of Spring cleaning. I've been using Bach's Goldberg Variations; at 86.53 minutes it includes plenty of time for a nap.
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For those who really hate housework, maybe this is more appropriate...


it gets the juices flowing anyway.
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