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MarkHalpin

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YES
4 posts ago I mentioned Mummers.
They used it in a Volvo commercial as well.
Maybe they can use it in a Hummer commercial..
What would the song be called then?

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Thanks Valkyrien, I am going to check out the Mummers' Dance. I think I've heard it before but I can't remember.

There's a clip of it on her website that will remind you. Just select "explore the music". IIRC, she lives in Stratford, Ontario, and has worked with the Stratford Festival too. Will be seeing her in Oct.

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Great Ill see you in Pittsburgh.
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Thanks Valkyrien, I am going to check out the Mummers' Dance.
I think I've heard it before but I can't remember.

If you like this song, you will probably like "Carribbean Blue" by Enya as well. 

Also, there was a band from the late 80's/early 90's called The Moon Seven Times that had a similar style of music.  They put out three CD's before going their separate ways.

The first CD, in my opinion, is the best of the three they released. The sound is very ethereal and not for everyone, but if you like that style of music, you would probably like them as well.


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Will be sure to check them out.
I'm always looking for new music.
I just purchased a copy of "RUBICON" from Coconuts....
Will review once I listen.

I had the pleasure to meet Mr William Shatner last year.
He was in NYC and my sister set me up to meet him.
He was at a book signing and charity event where I seen him perform a song from his 2006 release. The CD is called: "Hasbeen/ Transformed Man"
Mostly humorous rantings and songs well produced with poetic dramatizations from Mr Shatner. We got together after wards had a soup bowl of cappuccino and he spoke of his upcoming charities.....He donates an EXTREME amount of green to worthy causes.

A great man with a great sense of humor.
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Will be sure to check them out.
I'm always looking for new music.
I just purchased a copy of "RUBICON" from Coconuts....
Will review once I listen.

I had the pleasure to meet Mr William Shatner last year.
He was in NYC and my sister set me up to meet him.
He was at a book signing and charity event where I seen him perform a song from his 2006 release. The CD is called: "Hasbeen/ Transformed Man"
Mostly humorous rantings and songs well produced with poetic dramatizations from Mr Shatner. We got together after wards had a soup bowl of cappuccino and he spoke of his upcoming charities.....He donates an EXTREME amount of green to worthy causes.

A great man with a great sense of humor.
MH and S

Mark:

You won't be disappointed!  I think Rubicon is phenomenal! 

The first 3 or 4 tracks seem almost like Asia tracks, in particular "The Die Is Cast" and "Finger On the Trigger."  I really love this CD! 

I recently found out that the Japanese version of the CD appears to have an additional song on it.




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