Doesn't it?! I am SO impressed.
I so wish I knew the history behind it.
woodland creatures forced to take desperate measures for some peace and quiet
dyslexic googling results in picture of wild hot pianist, dispointment
LOL! HAHAHA!!! How do you think I found it? ;)
Juliette was able to get past the pain in her fingers by focusing on the discomfort of the nightgown riding up her crack instead.
I don't dare touch on that hot piano player.
Seriously, the break-dance take is wonderful. Expect duplication.
Thank you. :) Good stuff all, I thought.
Persephone plays one last recital before Hades whisks her off to the underworld for his 6 months with her. :)
2008-06-29 05:14 pm (UTC)
ON WITH THE SHOOOOOOOOOOOW!
"The show must go on"
Wow. Those dancers are fantastic -- I feel sooo lazy now!! Mind if I repost that video?
Oh repost anything and everything you see and like, love. I feel that video should be seen by everyone. LOL So awesome1
Whoa! That reminds me a bit of Stomp the Yard, I think?
It does remind me of krumping.
That was so wild!
And that pic? She must be some torch singer!
So awesome, right?!
And LOL. haha!!!
Looks like a post-apoalyptic production of Hedda Gabler.
her piano teacher warned her against playing in that range.
While Suzie's rendition of 'Great Balls Of Fire' was true to the spirit of Jerry Lee Lewis', it also lead to the horrific, charred deaths of countless small furry woodland creatures.
...Still, she did, like, the glissandos and EVERYTHING!
I've actually gone to a piano burning and it was beautiful. A 100 year old piano and a guy playing it as it burnt. It was beautiful.
People do that? I don't know why I am shocked really... But I'd cry to see an instrument burn :(
That is an intense photo.