Archive for category music
Sydney Sings Verdi Requiem If you’re in Sydney next weekend (3pm Sunday 28 April) Sir Roger has a shameless plug for you. Actually, Sir Roger has a PEAK MUSICAL AND SENSUAL EXPERIENCE FOR YOU (Sir Roger knows how much you like a sensual experience.) This year marks Verdi’s 200th birthday and the truly excellent [...]
[...oh, and New Zealand...] This is a heads-up that Roger Waters’ The Wall is heading to Australia and NZ early next year. It’s been a phenomenon in the US and Europe and the shows are certain to be booked out especially with only one concert scheduled in each city at [...]
Play loud! I might like you better If we slept together I might like you better If we slept together I might like you better If we slept together But there’s somethin In your eyes that says Maybe That’s never Never say never
I’ve got what girls like; I’ve got what ladies want. They want boys like (boys like) me. I make them want me. I like to tease them. They want to touch me. I never let them. I am so special -as you have noticed. I am so different – want to protect me – so [...]
Sir Roger is a sucker for a gorgeous girl, but Imelda May is clever and truly talented with a fabulous, sassy voice and it’s a great song. Plus she’s Irish …
Posted: 21 January, 2011 in Australian Values, Culture, music, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: cultural values, Culture, Dublin, Graham Norton, Graham Norton Show, Grammy, I love you inside out, i love your wobbly, i love your wobbly bit, i love your wobbly bits, Imelda May, Inside Out, Irish, jazz, love your wobbly bits, music, pop, rock, rockabilly, sassy, Video, wobbly bits
I just had sex, on The Lonely Island with Akon, Jessica Alba and John McEnroe, and then fireworks with Katy Perry, followed by an antacid tablet
From Sir Roger’s ancestral pile to yours, please accept, in a box for Boxing Day, in the spirit of the giving season, this perfect jewel, in its luxury (U)tube.
Posted: 26 December, 2010 in Australian Values, Culture, music, values, Video.
Tags: australia, Australian, Australian Values, Bijoux, classical music, coloratura, Covent Garden, cultural values, Culture, Dame Joan, Dame Joan Sutherland, Faust, Gounod, high culture, Jewel Song, Joan Sutherland, music, musical values, O Dieu! que de bijoux, opera, Royal Opera House, Sutherland, Video
just proves the point of the speed technology is changing the world. It’s exponential. Two years ago it was all MySpace, and Facebook barely rated a mention.
Posted: 31 October, 2010 in Australian Values, Economics, Education, fun, History, Internet, Language, legal, Literature, Maths, Media, music, Science, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: brain, did you know, download, Education, employment, exabyte, facebook, Google, human brain, Internet, Jobs, learning, music, MySpace, SMS, social media, social web, study, supercomputer, technology, text, web, world wide web
The thing about comedians is that the actually funny ones are really intelligent also. Bill Bailey is really intelligent and really funny. And off the wall.
Justin Bieber? Surely not …
Posted: 2 October, 2010 in comedy/humour, legal, music, Sex, Video.
Tags: Bieber, comedy, heartthrob, humor, humour, Justin Bieber, music, Onion, Onion News, pop music, popular music, The Onion, unbebieberable, Video
No pussies were harmed. Just slightly annoyed.
Posted: 14 September, 2010 in comedy/humour, fun, lolcats, Lolcatz, music.
Tags: animal training, cat, cats, comedy, cultural values, Culture, european music, folk music, funmusic, humor, humour, icanhazcheeseburger, LOL, lolcats, pussy, yodelling
Keeping up the Sunday tradition of giving offence
Here is a creation myth Sir Roger can believe in. It may well be the Meaning of Life set to music. Let There Be Rock!!!!
Posted: 18 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, fun, Life, Media, music, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: AC/DC, Angus, Australian anthem, Australian cultural values, Australian culture, australian music, Australian music values, Australian religious values, Australian rock group, Australian Values, Bon Scott, creation, creation myth, creationism, Culture, heavy metal, heavy metal music, Let There Be Rock, Life, meaning of life, metal, music, music icon, Religion, rock and roll, Rock anthem, Video
Sir Roger happened to catch Pink Floyd on his mobile-wireless-machine-that-plugs-directly-into-the-ears and was shaken by of the final verse. So here it is:
Posted: 31 July, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, environment, Immigration, Life, music, politics and government, values, Video.
Tags: Abbott, America, australian election, Australian Politics, Australian Values, climate, clunkers, cultural values, Culture, dream, election, environment, Europe, existence, existential, federal election, future, Gillard, government, Immigration, law and order, Life, music, ontological, philosophy, pink floyd, political values, politics, possibility, rock and roll, roger waters, the wall, tour, values, Video
Yesterday was the 200th birthday of Robert Schumann. I thank the universe for his genius. Today I miss my dad because he introduced me to the Schumann’s music
Posted: 9 June, 2010 in audio, Australian Values, Life, music, values, Video.
Tags: classical music, cultural values, Culture, dichterliebe, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, music, Robert Schumann, romantic, romantic era, Vladimir Horowitz