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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

ALBERT. (16/03/16)

Depending upon whether you can tolerate my wheezing this audio posting may become a regular Wednesday feature. I have several little rhymes and bits of poetry I've enjoyed over the years. I will practise and try and make my voice more interesting. If you don't like it I will stop as I have a workflow sorted in Audacity and will confine myself to voice overs on video. Not today though as we have to go and put a track back on an excavator and the technical words used in these operations would not be suitable for your ears. 

24 comments:

  1. That was great Adrian and it brought back memories of when I was a child listening to this on a Saturday morning on the wireless.

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    1. Margaret, I have always enjoyed it. I'll think about Albert's return for next week.

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  2. Lol. Wonderful! They don't write stories like that any more. Until next week!

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    1. Marie. no they don't. It is fun but ........

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  3. Adrian it is a long time since I heard that story, my dear Dad used to tell that one to us when we were little. Thanks ;)

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  4. Thanks for that. May Moons ago we used to have that on a 78 record.

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    1. John, I suspect half the country did. I haven't heard it for years.

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  5. This has took me back and you tell it well.

    peter

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  6. I can understand when it's written, but only some words when you speak !
    what a pity, I'm too bad ! but I like your voice Adrian !

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    1. Marty, I worked in Les Sables D'Olone for several months and got used to French there but when I went to the South of France I couldn't understand them.

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    2. yes they speak fast with a strong accent (l'accent du midi) and use words only there !
      not easy to understand !

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    3. I thought I had gone deaf.

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  7. Nowt wrong with the tone of your voice Adrian. I for one look forward to hearing more on Wednesday's

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    1. Douglas, I'll be back. Folk find it marginally more interesting than insects and Blender. Many thanks.

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  8. It's fun to hear you, and you have a decent voice. I did tend to lose the thread a little, partly because my mind wanders and partly because with my bad ears I miss some words, even though I get most of them.

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    1. John, please don't suggest I learn to sign. I find it hard enough speaking without waving my arms around as well.

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  9. Voice and delivery - well done. Hoping for more, soon. Take care, McGregor

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    1. I am trying to decide on the next one. I still have a couple of days.

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