Juke Box

Welcome to the Music Room at Ozboy’s Bar and Grill!

Here is where you can swap YouTube clips at will, without worrying about the current LibertyGibbert thread page growing too long. I’ll clear this page out every week or so to keep the length manageable. Stay and chat as long as you like; we’re open 24/7/365. And the Jukebox is free!

To embed a YouTube clip, click on the juke box above, navigate to the clip you want, copy the URL (web address in your browser), and paste in the “Leave a Reply” box below in the following format:

(youtube=“http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaOVeKvrEX4”)

Use square brackets [] not parentheses () as I did above (note in particular, no spaces). It will look like this:

Do pop back into the front bar every now and then to refresh your drink, and let us know that you’re here; you never know who else is about!

Cheers,

Ozboy.

8 Responses to Juke Box

  1. Ozboy says:

    Sir Willard’s one of my favourite basses. Only Robeson himself ever did this one better:

  2. Ozboy says:

    Now here’s how to make a song your own:

    Update: the Thunderstruck cover seems to have become a bit of a meme. Here’s another one (on a YouTube playlist so can’t embed it – click to watch).

    And another:

  3. Ozboy says:

    Sometimes less is more. Always one of my faves:

  4. Ozboy says:

    Now this is how to do pop:

  5. Ozboy says:

    Vale Peter Sculthorpe, Australian (and Tasmanian) composer who passed away today aged 85. His distinctive sound encapsulated our nation for music lovers around the world for a generation.

  6. Ozboy says:

    Having my anniversary has made me a bit sentimental.

    My dad had very conservative tastes in music (and everything else). Herb Alpert features heavily on the soundtrack of my early childhood, and If I recall correctly this was his favourite:

  7. Ozboy says:

    Not music, but the most extreme sport I’ve ever seen. Love to try this when I’m 90 (and have nothing left to lose)!

  8. Ozboy says:

    And on the subject of mountains…

    My home – as seen from a great height:

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