Monday, October 11, 2010

Monday music: "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" and a bonus, by The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Splendid find, thanks to reader Pastor John:


Then I found the following bonus number, another pleasant surprise... though no ukuleles are actually involved:



Update: I was going through my email, and found that Barbara had also mentioned this group, after John brought them to my attention.

8 comments:

Merrilee Stevenson said...

Great. It's Columbus Day, the kids are home from school, and I had planned to keep a very regimented morning schedule. Now this. It will definitely get replayed a number of times. They're already tuning their guitars...

I was going to comment about how difficult it is to whistle and laugh at the same time--quite possible to pull facial muscles I think. These are just fantastic.

Thank you. I think.

Magister Stevenson said...

I, on the other hand, am glad I'm at work and am not going to be listening to this for the rest of the day, unlike my long suffering wife.

Stan McCullars said...

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly was amazing.

I think I'll pull out the DVD and watch it today.

Brad Williams said...

OK, that was the best rendition of Pinball Wizard I have ever heard. I'm stealing it, putting it up on Facebook, and I don't even know how to do that yet.

Merrilee Stevenson said...

I can't wait 'til my husband gets home to hear th...

...never mind.

Did I mention that I'm married to the handsomest Latin teacher in the world, and that he bakes the best bread anyone's ever tasted?

Pooka said...

Loved it. GREAT start to the day. I didn't get my dose of PCR this morning since I didn't have to drive to work (something good about mondays off).

Sharon said...

Thanks for the post "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly." Ennio Marconi is a favorite composer of mine - I enjoy his music.

Victoria Lynch said...

Thank You! Hubby and I Loved it! had a good laugh--we saw the good the bad and the ugly as a young married couple- at the DRIVE IN THEATER! The music just about blew us away! And it still does!