Friday, October 21, 2005

Classic Songs ... Wings Way

You haven't heard em sung like this before!

Just listen to this AM Oldie Goldie by the

One of the best musicals of all time is Wing's favourite too!

And who could possibly forget this all time

Leave it to Wing to make this
Beatles tune a #1 hit again.

And for only $5.95 you can download these fabulous albums:

Check out Wing's complete collection at Wing's Home Page.

Enjoy your day everyone!


At Sat. Oct. 22, 01:27:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger ABFreedom said...

Sooooo... do you torture your husband like this too?

He must be a very strong person.... lol

At Sat. Oct. 22, 01:37:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

She probably sings better than me... lol. I have other ways to torture my husband, let spend money on more house plants.

Actually, they had her on Southpark, that's where I found the link to her site.

At Sat. Oct. 22, 02:12:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Justthinkin said...

Dammm...who let the dogs out? Just about sent my poor finches into cardiac arrest.Could you imagine a duet with her and OhNo??....Eiiiiiii...hide the women and liquor,the Hottentots are coming!!!!

At Sat. Oct. 22, 03:45:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

Oh, you got her link from South Park?

I thought she was a friend of yours.

You're into South Park? I myself prefer the Simpsons.

At Sun. Oct. 23, 12:26:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Brian C said...

She sings AC/DC? Ouch, talk about your 'Highway to Hell'! And Phantom of the Opera?!?

So Sentinel, you like Simpsons huh?
Barney singing Toora Loora Loora It brings tears to my eyes.

At Sun. Oct. 23, 04:03:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Ed said...

She might be hilarious, but I think that is this woman and artists like her (well, hopefully better than her) who will bring the recording industry to its knees.

At Sun. Oct. 23, 06:14:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Debris Trail said...

OMG: Aiz, you are killing me. What a find!

Imagine spending the money to actually record this...

At Sun. Oct. 23, 06:48:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger DazzlinDino said...

To Quote a fellow blogger.....OMG....I actually didn't know the Dancing Queen one until she got to the chorus, and my wife and I and our team placed third in provincials at "Name That Tune". Shoot her.....or SOMETHING......

At Mon. Oct. 24, 03:33:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Ed said...

Debris Trail, how much money do you think she spent to record this? I'm guessing that she will break even if she sells only a couple hundred copies worldwide.

Most artists don't make any money on an album unless it sells hundreds of thousands of copies, because they go through the record companies. She's probably making 10 to 20 times as much per copy as any big-name artist makes, because she's doing it herself.

If enough musicians figure out just how inexpensive it is to produce their own albums, then the record industry is dead. And that's a good thing.

At Mon. Oct. 24, 11:25:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger TonyGuitar said... idependant and closet musicians will have arrived when they find

These good Oregon folks will help bring greedy Corporations to their knees, all right.

The artist is lucky to get $1 to $2 per CD with the big Corps.

I think CDBaby pays from $6 to $12 per disc. What a great bunch of non-greedy guys they are and they have passed the million dollar mark, so it's only up from here.

[I always think of pendant when I spell that damn word]

Having a bumpy dislexic morning.
I entered Hidden agenda instead of Exposed Agenda and got an Austin base education site.

What a breath of fresh air that was. They know how to teach down there by gawd!

$25,000 prize for kids using algebra, English and other skills to design a theme computer game.

Contest is over, prize won, but you should see how these smart folks do it. Damn excellent idea backed by Austin's Liemandt Foundation.

Then I had another more shocking bump. Entered Exposed and got a skin site. Boobs all over the place. Well that woke me up and now I'm finally here with not a word to say. 73s TG

At Mon. Oct. 24, 02:42:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...


I actually saw a story about a kid who had his Lego structure win first place and his structure has been boxed by Lego and is being sold at local stores. He get's all the royalties for the game. Not bad for a 12 year old.

As for Southpark. I like it, plus Simpsons, plus Family Guy, American Dad, etc. Simpsons Halloween specials are some of the best ... a new one starts this Sunday ... ooooo, scary.

At Mon. Oct. 24, 11:34:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger TonyGuitar said...

The Lego story is a bright spot all right. Nice to see some original ideas in education.

Guess I already mentioned the Manitoba teacher who has his kids doing blogs eh?

The teacher grade the kids posts. The kids are sure serious about good stories and headlines. Great idea. G

At Tue. Oct. 25, 08:33:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Sycorax said...

Torture is an aquired taste... isn't it AIZ? LOL!


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