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colours you know they all run down like photographs, like my photographs when we smile

Posted on 2006.27.09 at 02:25

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sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-09-27 03:36 (UTC) ()
YES, carry on ALREADY!!!

Oh, I love Paul's voice ... ::shivers::. He can sing to my all-day long ::grins::

Have you seen his music videos yet? He is a FUCKIN' rock-star!
sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-09-27 03:37 (UTC) ()
my ... me ... whatever ... ::faints::
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primroseburrows at 2006-09-27 03:49 (UTC) ()
I've heard a lot of Paul's stuff. But this? Takes my breath away. The music, the minor key, the lyrics, everything. Bloody brilliant. I don't fall in love with a song easily, either. I'm very picky.

And okay, yes, I like the consonants.
sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-09-27 04:25 (UTC) ()
Oh yeah, he has a way with ... words.

"Give the Dog a Bone," one of Gross's tunes, exemplifies the singer-songwriter's wicked sense of humor, his sly twist of plot. It also takes full advantage of the husky growl in his voice. The first time I listened to this track, a picture flew unbidden into my mind of a gorgeous-yet-clueless guy, naked on a bed in a cheap motel room, trying to figure why his "date" just walked out the door. It still makes me giggle.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-09-27 04:36 (UTC) ()
I haven't listened to that one yet (probably because I don't have it loaded on my iPod. I swear I live and breathe my iPod these days).

I usually like serious songs better than humourous ones. This one? Hits all my music/poetry/country-folk/story song buttons. Songs that paint a picture suck me in every time. And I love David's harmony. Their voices really compliment each other.
sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-09-27 04:48 (UTC) ()
But he has such a wicked sense of humor - not that I'm certain what he's singing about most of the time ... ::grins::. Oh, and I got the Shakespeare reference - yes, I did ::nods seriously::

And I like that he can order me what to do:





try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-09-27 04:52 (UTC) ()
Oh, I'll stick it on the iPod eventually, never fear. *g*

John Stamos Took It Too Far
brooklinegirl at 2006-09-27 07:13 (UTC) ()
HEE. omg, he actually ordered you to blast his music. That? Is fabulous. oh, PAUL.
sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-09-27 07:28 (UTC) ()
And I'm following orders - especially this one. Naturally!
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-09-27 23:02 (UTC) ()
Now, see, you need to get David to sign the other side. Matched set, and all. Besides, David has a gorgeous voice, clear and almost angelic. *loves*
Mal
malnpudl at 2006-09-27 23:16 (UTC) ()
Don't know if you're interested, but there's a Yahoo e-mail list for David Keeley info and general fannishness:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KeeleysCherryBeach/?yguid=218117212

Every once in a while the mod will solicit questions and send them to David, and then post his replies.

He seems like a cool guy.
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primroseburrows at 2006-09-27 23:28 (UTC) ()
Yay! This is a good thing, because I'm pretty sure he actually performs regularly. He's a singer-actor rather than an actor-singer (*wishes for 1945 when Frank Sinatra proved there was no difference*), so concerts may be a possibility. In Canada, probably, but um. When have I ever been averse to going to Canada? *g*
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