NEW Pure Drop® Ear Canal Oil’s five hundred and fifty-five comments

  • Re: Practice Habits

    I will admit that for the fortnight I may only have been noodling "The Air Gone From the Site"—a truly exquisite air, which deserves far better from me and from anyone else sproinging its poignancy up, out, and into the ether. more…

  • Re: Name for Traditional Music Radio Show?

    (quoting, of course, Pete Townshend, "Tommy," 1969) more…

  • Re: Name for Traditional Music Radio Show?

    You Know Where to Put the Cork more…

  • Re: The Irish Get All the Breaks

    Ah, memories . . . At the recital, I thought the smiling roomful of parents were on my side when I sat down to play my Vivaldi piece. But several measures in, Julius entered from a side door in his tall powdered wig and long, lace-sleeved, embroidered coa... more…

  • Re: Stunning 3D-printed guitars

    They'd splinter quite prettily if Pete Townshend got ahold of one. Assuming the old fella can still hoist things over his head. more…

  • Re: One Last ‘Thank You’ to Earl Scruggs

    A revolutionary player, yet rooted (to the extent he wanted to be). Brilliant stuff can happen when a smart guy like E.S. strays from an orthodoxy. more…

  • Re: Multi-instrumentalists

    The only reason anyone is a multi-instrumentalist is to amaze the civilians, who are stunned by anyone’s competency in even one instrument. So when you swivel on your piano stool to your cello then to the piccolo trumpet hung from the ceiling on wires a... more…

  • Re: You play what you eat…

    Tieing two of the above threads together is the race horse named “Hoof Hearted” . . . and oh, how the world thrilled to the announcer’s call as that noble steed thundered to victory: more…

  • Re: Name for a new trad group anyone?

    The most worthwhile and marketable Irish trad band name conceivable was suggested in one of the earlier discussions. I would halt the search and simply go with that one. more…

  • Re: translation…

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