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Offline metalflake11

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Musical Chairs Anybody?
« on: 25.01. 2013 13:59 »
This must have cost him a grand or two!  *doh*
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vcsg-TImc9o
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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #1 on: 25.01. 2013 14:33 »
Needs tuning
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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #2 on: 25.01. 2013 16:37 »
I think it's got A flat  ;)

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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #3 on: 25.01. 2013 17:05 »
Well it strikes a "chord" with me,
Lots of puns come to mind but I'll let you all have a go, but just remember all the bits are there but "not necessarily in the right order"
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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #4 on: 25.01. 2013 19:08 »
 The bass player (BSA) has better timing.
Not many piano players nee a strap on. (see what that gets back *whistle*)
Would need the TLS brake to pull it up. Just wanted to see him put the chair in the air.
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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #5 on: 25.01. 2013 19:14 »
 *lol* *lol* *lol* *lol* *lol* *lol* *lol*

This surely opened my eyes. I was always convinced that Swiss where decent, tidy and serious folks. Have to rethink that........
Would be more spectacular though if he played that piano Jerry Lee Lewis style.......
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Re: Musical Chairs Anybody?
« Reply #6 on: 25.01. 2013 19:28 »
Yes indeed Morris! A spit back from the carb could have the driver joining in with a rousing chorus of 'Great Balls of Fire'

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