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 Post subject: Hugh Laurie Bluesman????
PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:48 pm 
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First it's Steven Seagal turning to guitar, now Hugh Laurie's done a blues album!
Heard a couple of tracks on 6music and it doesn't sound too bad.
http://www.hughlaurieblues.com/home.htm

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 8:50 am 
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MR L wrote:
First it's Steven Seagal turning to guitar, now Hugh Laurie's done a blues album!
Heard a couple of tracks on 6music and it doesn't sound too bad.
http://www.hughlaurieblues.com/home.htm


As well as a talented and highly paid actor, Hugh Laurie is also a quality musician, excellent guitarist and pianist...........bastard.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 10:08 am 
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Dave wrote:
As well as a talented and highly paid actor, Hugh Laurie is also a quality musician, excellent guitarist and pianist...........bastard.


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He's also got a 6' 6" dick...

[Goes by the name of Stephen] :roll:

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It's a pretty good listen and fair play for sticking his neck on the line musically.

Funny how he's pursued the musical blues rather than the political ones, unlike some other prominent Old Etonians...

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I really like Hugh Laurie, I knew he was talented but I was kind of apprehensive about this...

It so good :D

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He was on Jools, he can play but I'm not sure about the singing......


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It's a shame but it doesn't do it for me either. With all the blues greats the voice comes from somewhere deep inside them, with Laurie it seems just to come from his mouth if that makes sense, it doesn't have that depth, doesn't really sound like he *means* it if you know what I mean.

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As musicians go he's a great comic.


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His voice to me sounds "average" in that he can carry a tune, but that's not always enough is it? A tune is nothing if there's no emotion in the voice of the person singing it. Nice tinkler of the ivories, mind.

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saw the advert last night and burst out laughing. this is a joke right? it sounded like bertie wooster doing the blues. absolute cack.

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He should stick to being Stuart Little's dad. x


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[/quote]He should stick to being Stuart Little's dad. x
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well said Helen; also loved him in Blackadder , in his various incarnations...


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