Re: "Sound Track" for Gathering 2000 - real toe-tappin' stuff, innit!!

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Posted by Kate on October 12, 1999 at 17:01:53:

In Reply to: Re: posted by Rich on October 12, 1999 at 11:56:03:

: : The other day, I found myself humming a little ditty and couldn't remember where I had heard it. Then, it hit me! It was the "theme" the Gathering 2000 page. It's very "catchy". I tried to play it on my harmonica and ended up hyperventilating.

: : This morning I was feeling somewhat nostalgic and spent some time in the Gathering '98 and '99 pages. Since NOTHING ELSE was happening, I took my time and read a lot of the comments everyone had to share. Fortunately, I hadn't turned the sound down. (I usually do because my family thinks I'm down here doing laundry.) I was able to enjoy the entire "theme" from '99. Beautiful!

: : Dana

: Hi Dana -

: I know what you mean ... the Gathering Pages are a sure source of rejuvenation for me! Seeing the faces, the places, reading everyone's comments ... a GREAT time, for me anyway!

: My brother Ronnie wrote that theme music on the Gathering '99 & 2000 pages ... he'll be ecstatic to hear you are so fond of it!

: Hopin' you make it next time around ...

Hi people!

Yeah, I've been down that road a few times myself lately! And that tune does it for me every time!! It's so catchy! I was humming it myself as I made dinner one night - next thing I heard my son humming it! So - just out of devilment, I asked him what it was and where he had heard it. 'Oh, just a neat little tune I heard somewhere - but I can't remember where', he replied! This is the boy who would never admit to liking the same music, never mind movie, as I do! But - so much for 'the age gap'!

Is Ronnie still playing and composing, Rich? A real waste if he isn't!! That boy has talent!! :0)

Take care, all,

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