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Tupperware
Posted 2006-12-24 11:40 AM (#225241)
Subject: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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I dusted off this ukulele tune from last years OFC CD.

From both Standingovation and I, here's wishing all the best to our OFC brothers and sisters, our friends in various corners of the world, our soldiers overseas, and a special thought for those lost loved ones who no longer join us in this happy season.

All the best ...

LINUS & UKEY
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Jason_S
Posted 2006-12-24 11:59 AM (#225242 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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thanks for sharing dave..merry chritsmas...jason
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colt357
Posted 2006-12-24 12:29 PM (#225243 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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Dave , you make that uke sound just like a real instrument. :)

Very nice arrangement...Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Dave
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Trader Jim
Posted 2006-12-24 12:45 PM (#225244 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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What, no banjo?? Very nice Dave. BTW, sorry for bidding against you on the Adamas, I couldn't help myself. Very nice guitar. Enjoy it, and Merry Christmas! ;)
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Stevechapman
Posted 2006-12-24 12:48 PM (#225245 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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Dave,
One of my favorites from last years CD! It helped me to smile this christmas!
My daddy loved music(guess i got my love of music from him)You Know, In heaven somehow i think upon hearing this tune, he's smiling too!
Merry Christmas!
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Joyful Noise
Posted 2006-12-24 1:25 PM (#225246 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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Originally posted by Tupperware:
and a special thought for those lost loved ones who no longer join us in this happy season.
Thanks Dave, holidays are always pretty sad when you've lost close family members. But this tune (done very well I might add), brings back much happier times from long ago, when the family used to watch "charlie brown's christmas".

Here's wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I hope you all are with the ones who mean the most to you!
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Weaser P
Posted 2006-12-24 1:39 PM (#225247 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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Well said, Dave. Best wishes for a safe, healthy and happy holiday to all of you from here and thoughts and prayers go out to all no longer at the table.
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Styll
Posted 2006-12-24 2:02 PM (#225248 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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haha...very nice...thanks for sharing :)
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Old Man Arthur
Posted 2006-12-24 2:18 PM (#225249 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey



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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

Got that song by Vince Gauraldi on my computer. Back in the 80's I worked with a Christian Ministry (Carnival?) setting-up a humongous Revival Tent. (280'x140'x44'). Mike the Music Leader, played electric piano/synthesiser. As soon as we got the stage put up, and the juice plugged-in, he would start out with that jam, extended version, hours-long. Always liked it.

The more I hear the uke, the more intrigued I am.
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Beal
Posted 2006-12-24 3:28 PM (#225250 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey



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Merry Christmas to all.
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-24 3:34 PM (#225251 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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ALOOOOOOOOHAAAAA Dave!

You are a Hawaiian at heart and certainly welcome to come and jam ukulele with us islanders at any time. Of course, nothing compliments an ukulele like guitar so bring one of those too. As we say in Hawaii, "Hana Hou", which means play it again. That's a Standingovation local style! Right On Braddah!
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Jeff
Posted 2006-12-24 4:12 PM (#225252 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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Very nice, Dave... Both the song and the message. Merry Christmas to all.
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moody, p.i.
Posted 2006-12-24 4:21 PM (#225253 - in reply to #225241)
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays Linus & Ukey


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You know, just when you think Tup's all about superficial stuff, like grass skirts, coconut bras, and Martin guitars, he comes out with something like this that shows his true depth..... I'm impressed.
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