TM: Hello Tommy, first I’d like to say what an honor it is to be able to talk to you after enjoying your music and seeing you in concert with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra for years. For those people who don’t know, how did you originally hook up with the band and Paul O’Neill?
Reluctantly, I went back to my car and returned with one flute, an E, which has a tone low enough that I hoped she could feel the vibrations. Going back into her room, I closed the door and tried to play softy so nobody would hear. With Alice lying in bed I began to play. None of the songs I had memorized came out. Instead, there were a series of notes that were magically strung together, creating a tune I had never played or heard. How old was this tune? Was this something a Native American played to his sweetheart because he couldn’t say the words publicly? Or was this a variation of a tune, someone on the Mongolian plains played forty thousand years ago on a bone flute in awe of the full moon?
She made her television debut in 1999 on Law & Order. Afterwords, she landed a big role in Hangman’s Curse, a film based on the book written by Frank Peretti. She appeared in other television series like Tarzan, Crossing Jordan, Entourage, 7th Heaven, Veronica Mars, CSI: Miami, and 24.
Young girls have gone wild for this band. They were the opening act for the Backstreet Boys and Justin Bieber. The members of this band sing, rap, and dance and are amazingly talented. Their music is a variety of pop, hip-hop, and R&B.. These skillful singers are young, with a goal to send a positive message to listeners through their musik shqiptare 2019.
You may have heard the Gaga saga about how Al tried to get permission to parody “Born This Way” and even after he jumped through several hoops, she said no. Only she didn’t say no, her manager said no and she didn’t know anything about it. And then when she did find out about it, she went for it. Of course she did! She gets that having Al parody her is awesome. Al’s parody is about how Gaga wears crazy costumes. In an interview with Chuck Klosterman, Al says that he likes “Born This Way” and felt a little hesitant about parodying such an empowering song, so to justify it, he’s donating all proceeds from the single to human rights charity.
If that’s not enough, there is also the rainforest program that has ambient sounds teleporting you deep into the rainforests. You will also hear tropical birds and dripping water.
New for the Alpocalypse release, “TMZ” is a parody of Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me.” Something Al does in his parodies is placing the same word in the same spot of the song as the original, and in this song, he does it with “t-shirt.” (Like in “Couch Potato” he uses “Lifetime” the same place Eminem does in “Lose Yourself”). Hear it; you’ll know what I mean. “TMZ” is great because for most of the song, the narrator is anti-TMZ, critical of all the little stupid things TMZ catches, like bad hair days and dirty t-shirts. But then, when he remarks on DUIs and racist rants, the listener begins to wonder if the narrator does think that the sort of policing that TMZ does is all bad.
After you have determined what you need to teach your child, look for that material. I recommend the library. Even if one particular book isn’t at your library, you can find other similar books or have your library request the book from another library.