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Wayne Gratz — Mist of a Waterfall
Album: A Place Without Noise
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Length: 4:17
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in german "Mist" means dung or crap...
great song for 740am
Wow, that last one , TWINS tune and this have a real Christmas-y sound , not a bad thing. Not sure why. 8.
I like this song, there are moments of placid music, thanks RP
I think it's quite nice.
Why does RP always turn to "easy" listening in the afternoons?
This is the worst RP song I've heard. Makes me want to get out of the dentist's waiting room and into the chair...without anesthesia. Make it stop!! :frustrated:
mrselfdestruct wrote:
'Member when Wayne Gratz scored 92 goals in the 1981-82 season? Damn that was awesome.
:lol: :sleep: *Dreams of the old days...* Quest for Canada's Best, eh? Oh yeah, sorry, the Mist of a Waterfall sent me into a dreamland. I suppose it could've been worse. :-k Maybe...
Really does sound like doctor's office waiting room music... too much so. It's kind of relaxing but not the sort of thing I want to hear on radioparadise so it gets a low rating.
Who's next.... John Tesh?
It does remind me of a 70's 'Love Story'-esque theme song. But dammit, I can't help put like it! Sometimes I live for this type of shmaltz! 8
fureanbode wrote:
What a relief! Thought it was my ice sight...
You oughta have your assets frozen for that...
fusionmuze wrote:
Gosh, ya'll got a lot of time to slam/praise a simple piano song. Wait a minute, now I'm writing.....dammit!! Anyway, this is a nice tune. Then comes Song to the Siren, now there's a waste of bandwidth....I digress :crashcomp:
Precisely relaxation...then "Whap" moan moan moan.....Geeezus stop the moan!! :whistle: :sunny: :beat: #-o
I was talking on the phone to one of my friends while this song was playing and he asked me if I was in the lobby of a Hilton. Too funny.
'Member when Wayne Gratz scored 92 goals in the 1981-82 season? Damn that was awesome.
"Forrest Gump" meets "My Girl". Feathers and bees all around my head now.
eco wrote:
with a name like "Wayne Gratz", he would know have to know how to play hokey. (hokey - not hockey. play on wordfs here people.)
What a relief! Thought it was my ice sight...
rah wrote:
sounds like the theme to some sentimental late-seventies tear-jerker movie about some ordinary kid who contracts polio or leukemia or whatever, and his family's valient struggle to stay together, even though the mom is popping pills, the dad is boffing the president of the PTA, and the younger sister/brother is hanging out with punks and smoking cigarettes. but in the end, the leukemia/MS/polio kid proves there is more to life than keeping up with the joneses, and he gets to kiss the perfect girl he always had a crush on just before he dies...
Woah, I think I saw that movie on Lifetime the last month! (Thanks for the laugh!)
i like it
I think it's perfect for a cold winter day. Nice to change the pace a little.
So I was making good progress on this damn proposal, and then this came on, and now I must sleep. Thanks Bill, I think.... :-$ :-$ :-$ :-$ :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep:
Pleasant, relaxing. Nothing interesting about it whatsoever. I'll be generous and give it a 5. I suppose there is a time and a place for this kind of stuff...
Gosh, ya'll got a lot of time to slam/praise a simple piano song. Wait a minute, now I'm writing.....dammit!! Anyway, this is a nice tune. Then comes Song to the Siren, now there's a waste of bandwidth....I digress :crashcomp:
ksb wrote:
Sounds to me like you could improvise this kind of thing real easily: arpeggio and rare full cord in the left hand, noodle major and minor scales in the right, and make a point of wandering aimlessly ad nauseam. No sir, I don't like it.
yeah, yannow, I think that every time I hear Glenn Gould playing Bach.</sarcasm> heh. reminds me of Dana Carvey making fun of piano balladeers in his comedy routine.
phineas wrote:
The best thing is that, when I clicked "View User Profile" for you, dsmears, the "Sorry, that user does not exist" message came back. I thought, "No need to apologize!"
:whip: OWCH! In all seriousness, folks, this is a pretty neat tune...It's almost Christmas-like...and , hey, almost December.
deadmessengers wrote:
Why do I get the feeling that I'm in a dentist's office somewhere?
oh my. I AM in a dentist's office. 8O
sounds like the theme to some sentimental late-seventies tear-jerker movie about some ordinary kid who contracts polio or leukemia or whatever, and his family's valient struggle to stay together, even though the mom is popping pills, the dad is boffing the president of the PTA, and the younger sister/brother is hanging out with punks and smoking cigarettes. but in the end, the leukemia/MS/polio kid proves there is more to life than keeping up with the joneses, and he gets to kiss the perfect girl he always had a crush on just before he dies...
And suddenly I am in an elevator... 8O
ksb wrote:
Sounds to me like you could improvise this kind of thing real easily: arpeggio and rare full cord in the left hand, noodle major and minor scales in the right, and make a point of wandering aimlessly ad nauseam. No sir, I don't like it.
There always seem to be those types of people who just seem to get bogged down by the technicality of a piece. I mean, for example, most of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata part 3 is nothing more than an ascending set of arpeggios and I happen to find it quite awe-inspiring. I mean for what it is, this piece still sounds quite nice. Yet alas, I still haven't found the sheet music
lizardman_tcs wrote:
As a piano player, novice as I am (even though I've been playing for probably 10 years), whenever I hear a song like this, something clicks inside me. Until the song is over, I find that the only thing I can say is "MUST...FIND...SHEET...MUSIC..." Same thing happened to me when I first heard Cristofori's Dream by David Lanz, and now I can say I'm the happy owner of the sheet music
Sounds to me like you could improvise this kind of thing real easily: arpeggio and rare full cord in the left hand, noodle major and minor scales in the right, and make a point of wandering aimlessly ad nauseam. No sir, I don't like it.
deadmessengers wrote:
Why do I get the feeling that I'm in a dentist's office somewhere?
I just came to see if it was John Tesh...Don't really care who plays it...Very very generic
As a piano player, novice as I am (even though I've been playing for probably 10 years), whenever I hear a song like this, something clicks inside me. Until the song is over, I find that the only thing I can say is "MUST...FIND...SHEET...MUSIC..." Same thing happened to me when I first heard Cristofori's Dream by David Lanz, and now I can say I'm the happy owner of the sheet music
Reminds me a little of George Winston--very mellow.
with a name like "Wayne Gratz", he would know have to know how to play hokey. (hokey - not hockey. play on wordfs here people.)
cdanthony wrote:
Like watching Bob Ross painting landscapes on PBS Sunday mornings at 6:00 AM :frustrated:
Ahhh, let's put a happy little tree over here.....
Why do I get the feeling that I'm in a dentist's office somewhere?
What a nice way to start off a morning.
Listening to this, I can't shake the feeling that I'm standing in line at the local pharmacy and boutique.
The worst work day in weeks and then this tune comes on .......... aaaaaaaaahhhaahhhhh ........... perfect.
Nice! This is the reason I listen to RP - to discover new and different stuff each day. Thanks.
Another CD to add to my list...thank you for a beautiful song this morning.
Steller! Beauteous! Thank you
dsmears wrote:
This guy didn't even spell plethora correctly.Way to try and sound smart, douche bag.
The best thing is that, when I clicked "View User Profile" for you, dsmears, the "Sorry, that user does not exist" message came back. I thought, "No need to apologize!"
WOW! very different and refreshing for RP! I like it when stuff that is different from from the usual gets played every now and then.
Like watching Bob Ross painting landscapes on PBS Sunday mornings at 6:00 AM ... is that patchouli I smell? :frustrated:
dsmears wrote:
This guy didn't even spell plethora correctly.Way to try and sound smart, douche bag.
You, however, are clearly an intellectual powerhouse. If you want trash people for spelling mistakes, may I suggest you include spaces after your periods, so as not to make an ass of yourself.
Beautiful...
Like a lovely, refreshing breeze through lace curtains.
Very soothing. Thanks.
dsmears wrote:
If I wanted to hear gay stuff like this, I'd go to church on Sunday morning.
I wish you had been there on the Sunday that you wrote this drivel, so we wouldn't have to listen to your hateful comments.
Just what I needed this late in a stressful day. Thanks!
Very George Winston/Wyndam Hill. Great for mellowing out to. Thanks Bill.
Originally Posted by tuningin: This is nice. I love piano, but I would never tune in to listen to it. So, it's nice to get a little hit of it in between the other plethera of songs you play here. The vast mix is one of the things that keeps me tuned in all day. Thanks!
This guy didn't even spell plethora correctly.Way to try and sound smart, douche bag.
If I wanted to hear gay stuff like this, I\'d go to church on Sunday morning.
One of those dreadful things you listen to during a massage.
another peaceful, lovely interlude
This is nice. I love piano, but I would never tune in to listen to it. So, it\'s nice to get a little hit of it in between the other plethera of songs you play here. The vast mix is one of the things that keeps me tuned in all day. Thanks!
Originally Posted by Bill_Rockoff: "Wyndham Hill presents..." I used to think I hated jazz, back when I thought "jazz" was this kind of thing. But if I heard it in the background at the same time I smelled cinnamon, I'd probably buy every music box and fluffy pillow in the whole store for whatever girl happened to be with me that particular weekend.
Girls are willing to spend the weekend with you? :lol: :p
Originally Posted by eric: Muzak.
Maybe, New Age, more likely. I liked the strong ending. :cool:
\"Wyndham Hill presents...\" I used to think I hated jazz, back when I thought \"jazz\" was this kind of thing. But if I heard it in the background at the same time I smelled cinnamon, I\'d probably buy every music box and fluffy pillow in the whole store for whatever girl happened to be with me that particular weekend.
Originally Posted by zaknafein: I like this a lot, very mellow. I do have to question it's selection for a Monday morning though. *thunk* *head hits monitor, asleep...
Not bad if you're in the UK though, - it's very nearly home-time!!
Muzak.
I like this a lot, very mellow. I do have to question it\'s selection for a Monday morning though. *thunk* *head hits monitor, asleep...
Very pretty. Good for a slow morning here.