Look. It’s my blog and I’ll play some music if I want to.
I watched a film tonight that had me in floods of tears, as it did the first time around. It never fails to move me. Absolute bliss.
What was the film, Alan?
The King's Speech, Paul.They chose a wonderful selection of music for the film. They lifted this part of the "Emperor" for one particularly lovely scene.
Immediately makes me close my eyes and visions of misty moody glens come into my mind. :-)
Horses for courses I suppose, James...With the first phrase of the piano I see a beautiful blonde girl, and a finger tip running very slowly down from the nape of her neck down her back...:-)
Careful Alan. Now then!Is it the tablets.
Hi AlPerhaps... and the unutterably exquisite piece.:-)
How are you 3 getting to Garva Bridge?
Hello Anonymous.(You can always put your name at the end of your message, to let everyone know who you are, you know - you don't need to be a member of Google to do that):-)I'm assuming that you're referring to Phil, Andy & me on the Challenge in 2013. So with that being the case, we are not intending to go via Garva Bridge on our Fine Weather Route, but it may appear as part of our Foul Weather Alternative.And, we shall be walking there!:-)
nice piece of music that ta al
Cheers, Chris.I'm slowly building up a list of favourites of mine under the "Music" Label at the top right of the blog.:-)
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