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GUEST,surreysinger England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 21 Nov 08


Further to my last post, I have just found the following link, which provides details of M A Numminem's track record up to date . It makes very interesting reading ... the man was part of the Orgiastic Winnie the Pooh Big Band in his early days in the 1960's ... graduating to a film in 2000 entitled M A Numminem turns into Rabbit ... and is or has been in the throes of composing another piece of music based on philosophical treatises ... although having heard the whole of the Tractatus Suite (thanks for the introduction Ralphie!) I doubt whether it will be the same in nature!! His track record is vast ... and it is clear that his singing style is INTENTIONAL ... and he has been successful.

Someone (possibly Ralphie) made the observation way back in this thread that the one good thing that has come out of it all is the introduction to some very interesting information. Whereas I doubt I would pay to go and see Numminem, I nevertheless find his background fascinating ... and until today I had never actually gone looking for any detail... thanks WAV!


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