Thursday, July 2, 2020

Memories bring back you.

In a time where it is too easy to forget the voices that sing to us, all of us absolutely must listen to the songs. 




Listen and let them sweep you away. Being swept away is a good thing.


How was this done? Check out this site: cut and paste  If you are a geeky computer guy who will understand what is being said, absolutely go there. Even if you aren't geeky, you will be amazed by  the process. So, there you go.


22 comments:

  1. Not for me.
    The songs which sing loudest/clearest to me are those of nature.
    That said, I am in awe at techno wizards.

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    1. You have the most amazing bird song possible.

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  2. Just knowing the amount of work that goes into a project like this messes with my head. From a guy who wrote soft ware in COBOL 59 yrs ago, this could drive me bonkers. LOL

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    1. Technology is on a roller coaster of increasingly amazing programs!

      When I asked John about COBOL and he said it is a language to program computers with. Man, you were at the beginning of a big flood. Way to go, Jack!

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  3. Reminds me a bit of the cello lady: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYf595EJAc4

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    1. Just went there. What a kick! That was awesome. Knight Rider theme song on cello, played by the same woman who was playing all parts, and then pieced together. Whew, I'm exhausted just watching it! Thanks!

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  4. That is interesting but not sure how I feel.

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    1. Memories can be painful, stirring up ones you don't want. that is how I feel about my youngest brother, Bill, who died when he was 44. That was 10 years ago, but it feels like it was last week.

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  5. All those beautiful voices together! What a lovely video. You have made my day sparkle. Thank you.

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    1. Children singing at any time does that to me.

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    1. Having something like that choir appear now is a comfort.

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  7. Beautiful and bittersweet. I totally 'get' this.

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  8. It is not my kind of music, but I can certainly appreciate all the time and effort put into putting this project together. This guy must have the patience of Job.

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  9. Beautiful song, and yes, it amazes me how they do this, even though i helped Sweetie record his voice and participate in one.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!