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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post

    bit like Brian ( take 5) and his fake Kenny G impersonations .
    fake.... FAKE.... FAKE

    I’ll have you know that Im often mistaken for Kenny, my hero.

    Ive been practicing hard on my kazoo, and folks at the karaoke tell me its uncanny.

    If i could only play ‘Songbird ‘ with half of the emotion that he brings to his performances, i will die happy.
    i just need to get all sad before performing, and i feel that reading this thread will have the desired effect.

    I think i will print it off and take it with me on friday to the “Ducks Head Arms”.
    Im on just after Whitney.
    Im just hoping the DJ doesnt put on the wrong backing track this time. Last month I had to play kazoo along with this.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2F3VPzw1SIc

    It wasn’t my best ever Karaoke session

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    Quote Originally Posted by take5 View Post
    fake.... FAKE.... FAKE

    I’ll have you know that Im often mistaken for Kenny, my hero.

    Ive been practicing hard on my kazoo, and folks at the karaoke tell me its uncanny.

    If i could only play ‘Songbird ‘ with half of the emotion that he brings to his performances, i will die happy.
    i just need to get all sad before performing, and i feel that reading this thread will have the desired effect.

    I think i will print it off and take it with me on friday to the “Ducks Head Arms”.
    Im on just after Whitney.
    Im just hoping the DJ doesnt put on the wrong backing track this time. Last month I had to play kazoo along with this.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2F3VPzw1SIc

    It wasn’t my best ever Karaoke session
    I'm coming!...I just gots' to see it.
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    Do you have an electric fan on the front of the stage to blow your wig back like that pillock from Whitesnake...?
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    Can you play 'Stranger On The Shore...?
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    I love a really good sax session. When's your next gig...?
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    Kenny G, nah, Nothing beats The Hoff!

    Great hair, great music (if you’re German) and a complete fanny magnet of a car, plus he saves people from drowning!

    I don’t think that he can play the flute though, or the kazoo for that matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haselsh1 View Post
    Can you play 'Stranger On The Shore...?
    In principle , yes.

    if the money is right.

    are you rich?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post
    X factor women who made a career of looking like David Cameron, bit like Brian ( take 5) and his fake Kenny G impersonations .
    Few high court judge impersonations in this thread as well ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalsea View Post
    Kenny G, nah, Nothing beats The Hoff!

    Great hair, great music (if you’re German) and a complete fanny magnet of a car, plus he saves people from drowning!

    I don’t think that he can play the flute though, or the kazoo for that matter.
    I've heard he's good at blowing the pink piccolo though.
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    saw a picture of him. still dont remember him; and fortunate too by seems of it.
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