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Monday, October 17, 2011

Don Gato and company

In the 80s we had a neighbor who played Senor Don Gato repeatedly on his cassette. The sound was loud enough to reach other houses. Fortunately, the song was amusing - a very cat-like human voice would respond "meow, meow, meow."  It probably helped that I'm an animal lover so I didn't mind hearing the song over and over. 


Mozart, my fur kid looks very much like this pooch. See how he dances :)

And here's thoroughbred Little Red by Patty Shukla

 Some of the things I love about living in Thailand are the elephants! They are called "chang" here. This is a clip of Thai children singing karaoke about a chang.


This post is linked with:

Denise @ Run DMT hosts Music Monday Blog Hop

13 comments:

  1. Good music, a most welcomed respite from the 'normal' poetry things. More educational in fact!

    Hank

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  2. You have a very interesting mix here. I can tell you had fun with the animal theme! :-) And I learned something new today: chang. My youngest daughter loves elephants. I can't wait to tell her my new word.

    Thanks for the MM shout out! xox :-)

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  3. Totally different and unexpected song picks for this week's 4M play. It was great listening to your selections.

    The Lamb, The Sparrow, and Butterfly Kisses...4Ms

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  4. great stuff! Love to hear something now. Have a fantastic week

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  5. I too loved the animal theme! Thanks for the smiles! Have a fun week!

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  6. Well look at you! Love it! Where did you find those? Great choices! Finally no wild horses! If I hear that song again today I might go off the deep end LOL Have a rockin' week!

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  8. I love learning and music is the perfect way to teach. I learned 'chang' is elephant in Thai.

    Oh, and I loved the French Poodle, I had a toy poodle as a child (slightly smaller than the French Poodle) and it reminded of my childhood dog :)

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  9. Wow. These are so fun!

    Thank you for rocking with us!

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  10. Well how very interesting. I'm sure your children are amused. Thanks for sharing. I'll have to share with my grandson.

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  11. definiately an awesome mix of music. glad that you shared this. i have to show my niece this :)

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  12. hahaha! CUTE!

    by the way, do you mind checking out on What's A Fossil?

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