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More frogger sounds

Eddie Mair | 11:46 UK time, Tuesday, 28 August 2007

to add to previous postings - thanks to Paul Mills who makes it all happen for us:

This is perky, while this is Anne P, here is Anne's son on guitar and this is "annasee harp".

Comments

  1. At 12:04 PM on 28 Aug 2007, madmary wrote:

    Lovely harp playing! And what talent on the blog.

    Mary

  2. At 12:47 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Well, Eddie, just be grateful I only contributed the cover .... All that talent could have been ruined by one single note from me.

  3. At 12:57 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Cake Maker wrote:

    I am having an EXTREMELY difficult day .. so came here in search of diversion ..... the harp playing has lifted my spirits immensely. Thank you

  4. At 01:04 PM on 28 Aug 2007, witchiwoman wrote:

    Oh dear - did I miss the final mix?? Someone please point me in the right direction...

  5. At 01:10 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Gossipmistress wrote:

    They're not just *sounds* they're wonderful music!!!

  6. At 01:19 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Vyle Hernia wrote:

    It would appear that we who are MP3-dependent are missing a treat.

  7. At 01:23 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Fifi wrote:

    Good here innit?

    Fifi

  8. At 01:23 PM on 28 Aug 2007, DI Wyman wrote:


    it will have to wait 'till I get home:-

    Access Denied
    Access to the requested URL has been denied by SurfControl

    ...and our 'new' network administrator won't play ball...rotter

    ....and now I'm being malicious!

    DIY

  9. At 02:55 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Gillian wrote:

    Witchi (4) Click on ''Froggers Refuge'' on the right of this page (Chat with fellow froggers). From there, click on Home, then find the link to the song, in all its glory.
    Ahem! To whom it may concern(?) Still no credit for poor little me!

  10. At 03:14 PM on 28 Aug 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    Don't give up the day jobs.

  11. At 03:20 PM on 28 Aug 2007, DOROTHY PATERSON wrote:

    I was listening to your programme today about the buisness man Tom Hunter and the good uses he puts his money to helping those in need.

    I have an idea of my own and although i would probably have to put it to someone like the prime minister as it concerns a school setting and low budget. The end results might be a better answer to the plight of the breakdown of communication in children from a young age.

    As all the people with clout and money who have been hired to do the job of getting this sorted havent been able to come up with an answer. So even though i have no clout or money to sort out this problem i do care what is happening to the generations to come.

    And that i who am older and maybe not wiser do know that all that is seen and talked about in life for the young generation is wars destruction and pain and poverty everywhere and there is no escape for them as this is what they have to digest and wake up to every day.

    Therefore i thought i would ask what Tom Hunter would think of my idea as he is dedicated to helping the young and needy of the world to better their prospects in life from the minute they take their first breath.

    And i have chosen him as a sounding board as he seems to get results from his efforts and seems to go about it in the right way. as the ones with clout and money who have tried but have failed to do so so far. I wandered if you had an email address i could have for Mr Hunter
    Thank You
    D Paterson.

  12. At 04:32 PM on 28 Aug 2007, Gillian wrote:

    Dorothy (11) What is your idea?

  13. At 05:06 PM on 28 Aug 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    Gillian, Dorothy's idea is to get Tom Hunter's email address and ask him for some money.

  14. At 01:03 AM on 29 Aug 2007, jonnie wrote:

    G I L L I A N !!!!!

    Ok - and I don't know quite how to say this :-(

    Re Gillian :- who said :-

    Ahem! To whom it may concern(?) Still no credit for poor little me!

    ---------------------

    Well poor old Eddie has done a magnificent job - err with the help of Paul Mills!

    Round of applause for Paul Mills please!

    However Gillian - you were omitted from the CD that I sent to Eddie.

    I know how and why - but entirely my fault.

    I'm praying that poor Eddie may have the time and trouble to deal with yet another mangled mess I've sent to his 'Inbox'' - no slur on you Gillian, of, course!

    Sorry!

    PM Pm Pm !

  15. At 08:54 AM on 29 Aug 2007, Annasee wrote:

    JONNIE!

    Shouldn't your last line be "PM, pm, pm pm pm"?

    Abbreviating things like that when editing just makes a nonsense of the whole thing. I'm surprised at you. That way lies the whole BBC-wood-pigeon-scandal type thing.

    Also, my SO is desperate to know whether Eddie, (or Paul Mills) is extracting the individual tracks from the completed CD, in order to post them on the blog, or whether you sent him the tracks separately, together with the final mix? Because if it's the former, he's incredibly impressed, & dying to know how to do it! He's so keen, he nearly wrote on the blog to find out.

  16. At 03:17 PM on 29 Aug 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Re: Annasee -

    slap wrists for me! - sorry :-(

    and to put SO Robert at ease, it was the latter.

    I think there would be a lot of interested people if one could extract the harp and all the other voices from the mix so clearly. Mind you - as we always sa - it is the BBC and it's what they do!

  17. At 04:06 PM on 29 Aug 2007, Gillian wrote:

    Nooooooo!!!! Eddie, pleeeeeeease don't post it! That's not the kind of (dis)credit I was looking for....all I wanted was my name added to the list of contributors on the PMExtra site.
    Honestly - my vanity only extends as far as seeing my name in print!

  18. At 08:06 PM on 29 Aug 2007, Annasee wrote:

    Oh go on Eddie, please post Gillian's solo contribution on the blog. And give her a posting all of her own, and mind you start it with "GILLIAN..." so we can all have a good laugh looking at the list of "recent comments" during the day. The girl's such a Diva, nothing less will soothe her wounded vanity...

    Jonnie - thank goodness you told me that, about the cd mix. He's been fretting that there was some magic trick he didn't know about!

  19. At 08:58 AM on 30 Aug 2007, Gillian wrote:

    Annasee (18) I'm ''hie-ing me hence'' to a sand dune on the Beach, where I will cringe in embarrassment for the rest of the day. ;o(

  20. At 09:39 AM on 30 Aug 2007, Annasee wrote:

    Gillian - don't use up all your embarrassment yet. You might need it later!

    Hmmm, now I wonder where else I can post my suggestion where Eddie is likely to see it...?Maybe the Beach would be a good idea?

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