] On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: 01 May 2005 23:21
Sorry. It's after 5pm here, and I've had a few.
I'm told that plants grow better with certain music styles. I wonder
if the fermentation process might also benefit from music. and
SPIRIT STYLE = MUSIC STYLE = VISUALS
RUM = Jamaican / Caribbean / Cuban = pictures of blue sea scapes
SCOTCH = something with bag pipes = pictures of men in kilts
KENTUCKY BOURBON = Bluegrass = pictures of horses, rolling meadows
TENNESSEE = something with banjo = pics of tobacco barns
CANADIAN = "Oh Canada", tapes from hockey games (with fights), a tuke
for a fermenter cover = pictures of maple leafs and Canadian rockies
VODKA = Russian folk songs = pictures of soldiers doing funny dances
GIN = Songs from the glory days of the UK = pics of double deck busses
TEQUILA = Mexican folk, hat dance songs = pics of people sleeping
under big hats
IRISH = Irish folk songs = pics of guys named O'Malley & O'Hara
(please forgive me if there is an ethnic group that I have failed to
Rum = Calypso
Lord Invader, Attila etc.
Scotch = Billy Connolly !
Tennessee = Grand Ole Opry. Hank Williams etc.
Irish = The Dubliners, Chieftains etc. Danny Boy.
Absinthe = French café accordeon music with Gauloises, musette, Charles
Trenet, Edith Piaf, Robert Crumb.
Ouzo / Raki = Greek Rembetika (pre war blues)
Gin = Lots of Cockney singalongs My Old Man, Maybe Its Because Im A
Londoner, Down At The Old Bull And Bush etc etc.
Grappa = Tarantella dancing and mafia tributes.
Vodka + too much = ending up as a conscript for latest Russian space
Israeli Grape Brandy = Klezmer music, Naftuel Brandwein, Klezmatics etc/
. No idea,
Brian B. (whos now off to bed)
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