12.27.2007

Yeah, But Can She Play "Dust In The Wind?"

If my parents would have told me that one day I could have become a little Japanese girl who could play "Carry On My Wayward Son" by Kansas, I would have taken piano lessons. Wait. I think I screwed that up.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

These little Japanese people scare me! I can't even play chop sticks on the piano. That's it! I'm getting off this computer and doing something useful with my life. Yeah right!

Anonymous said...

she was very good but someone needs to tell her how to dress better.

Anonymous said...

I think your parents screwed up.

Anonymous said...

So now the truth comes out: Barry Green wishes he was a little Japanese piano-playing girl. How silly!

Some of us have always thought you were a little gay. This just proves it.

Anonymous said...

All I can think of is Guitar Hero.

Anonymous said...

Anyone ever heard "Dust In The Wind" played on Banjo? Awesome!

Anonymous said...

I wish I had never quit my piano lessons for drum lessons instead. You can do a lot of things with a good keyboard these days.

music IS powerful! said...

Van Cliburn is gay and the world knows it.....but it also knows how he brought Russia and the United States together through the power of music.

Just a few years back, a notable teacher at UNT Denton was urged to take a ten year old Japanese student for study. The great Joseph Banowitz didn't want to do it, but did. This little boy learned, memorized and recorded much of J. S. Bach's music. The complexities of Bach's music are of historical, mathmatical and emotional significance.

For those who are into music, check it out.

Don't underestimate the power of music. GOOD music.

It is every bit as complex as medicine.....or law.

And 4:OO, even gay cowboys listen to their kind of music.

:-)

Anonymous said...

She may have talent but the music (if you can call that awful screeching mess "music")would make anyone sick! Who would know?

Anonymous said...

6:01 Wait just a gall dang minute.

I'm the original Banjo man on this blog and that made me laugh but quit tryin to Horn in on my Banjo bit.

I will admit you're on a roll..if ya know what I mean.

Anonymous said...

OK - why don't you 2 banjo players go create a blog of your own & you can talk about your banjos all you want.
Just leave the rest of us out of it - I assure you I speak for more than just myself.

Anonymous said...

I love the HUGE question mark over the collective crowd's head and a big "What the fu** was that?" when she was done. She should have turned over the piano and strolled slowly off stage.

Anonymous said...

kinichi waaaa kinichi waaaa bong touw puk dong touw dong Metalica.

(translation) And now, Metalica's Sandman in B-minor

Anonymous said...

7:19, what does him being gay have to do with anything?

Anonymous said...

Damone wants his hat back.

Crud Bonemeal said...

She is wonderful! And that is a cool piano; I've never seen one like that before. I am impressed.

Anonymous said...

"Just leave the rest of us out of it - I assure you I speak for more than just myself.

9:25 PM"

Now don't get your G-string all bunched and wadded up.
You must have done a roll call to have that kind of info.

Anonymous said...

Sorry real Banjo Man. Did not mean to Resonate on your territory.
On a roll! ha ha.

Anonymous said...

9:40 Banjo man -
I have to admit - now that was funny!
9:25

Anonymous said...

That musical instrument would be an organ, not a piano. You could also call it a synthesizer, but it isn't a piano.

Anonymous said...

Hear that banjo-men? It's called an organ. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

anonymous banjoman said...

You do mean Pipe Organ don't you? That was funny.