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Thank you Kate and Ron! Well a very stiff thing. I hope you enjoy your ringing on the day and that it enhances the festivities for those listening. With no ringing at Grundisburgh and Ruthie accompanying us in the absence of a service at Woodbridge, we followed our earlier ringing on the county's heaviest twelve with a drink and cake at Costa Coffee and a bit of last minute shopping in a not unexpectedly busy Ipswich, before returning home to host Ruthie's best friend Fergie. The main part of it all was a trip to Thursford, not only to see the spectacular array of steam engines and organs the largest in the world according to their website , but on this occasion to meet up with Father Christmas again. Railway Modeller January January — vol 68 No. We never expected to make the third Sunday ringing at St Mary-le-Tower as that was on in the afternoon with evensong there again reverted to daylight hours during the winter and elsewhere in Suffolk still other ringers were busier in the hobby we are blessed to do, with a quarter-peal rung before the Nine Lessons and Carols at Great Finborough.
Top Wednesday 27th December The day after Boxing Day - like the other weekdays between the Bank Holidays at this time of year - have an odd feeling about them. Half back to normal, half still very Christmassy. Many who had the 25th and 26th off will have returned to work, but even then for a good proportion of those it will be a quieter time than usual and for others as fortunate as me to have this week off there is still opportunity to enjoy the aura of the season.
There were elements of both the mundane and the seasonal today. After two days of being very generously fed and watered in a relaxed atmosphere of overindulgence and gay abandon, it was back to feeding ourselves and the boys, amongst tidying up of the leftover mess from the last forty-eight hours.
However, we also had a visit from my brother Chris and his wife Becky bearing more presents as we met up for the first time over this Christmastide. A lovely couple of hours was had reflecting on recent days and discussing hoped for plans in with some significant birthdays due between now and then. And across the day gifts received from Santa Claus were played with by the boys especially the piano mat that their aunt and uncle brought Alfie this afternoon!
As the name suggests, it is about the River Deben, presented by journalist John McCarthy and whilst it doesn't feature ringing or ringers, it does feature some of the towers along the river with bells such as Debenham, Cretingham and of course Woodbridge, as well as an interview with Roger Townsend, husband of local ringer Elaine 'Mrs Roger' Townsend. Well worth a watch if you get the chance. Other ringers were actually ringing in Suffolk today, with a peal of Double Norwich Court Bob Major rung on the front eight at St Mary-le-Tower, whilst Richard Stevens was ringing his first quarter-peal of Norwich Surprise Minor in the rung before the usual weekly Pettistree practice during his school holidays.
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Looking into the forgotten crevices of popular culture. Friday, April 2, High Fidelity: Jack Black Covers Marvin Gaye What to say about Jack Black , the over the top comedian who rose to prominence with his role as Barry, the obnoxious record store clerk, in the film, High Fidelity? As the final installment of this site's coverage of the tenth anniversary of the release of that film, we pause to reflect upon Black's performance at the end of the film, during which he covers Marvin Gaye's immortal classic, "Let's Get It On.
He brags about his musical efforts, but none of his friends or co-workers really believe that he has any musical chops whatsoever. Throughout much of the film, he banters about his band, Sonic Death Monkey, which is renamed several more times during the movie, once to Kathleen Turner Overdrive and again to Barry Jive and the Uptown Five. Thus, when he rises to take the stage at the film's end, everyone, the viewers of the film, assume that he will crash and burn.
But he does not. He delivers a fine rendition of the song. And the film ends. In , I didn't know much about Jack Black, and I suppose not many others did, either. Of course, I had seen some of the films in which he appeared before High Fidelity, but I doubt I knew who he was at the time. I adore the film Bob Roberts , in which Black appears as a sycophant of the rebel conservative title character. He had already appeared in the Tenacious D television series, but I wasn't really familiar with it.
But it was High Fidelity in which he truly came to light as a comic actor although he has certainly appeared in his fair share of stinkers since then, including the wretched Shallow Hal and the even worse King Kong remake. But for every few instances of cinematic detritus, he charms us in a film like School of Rock.
And so it was with his first major role in High Fidelity, featuring his fateful homage to Marvin Gaye. How did that come to pass? In fact, it was Black himself who chose the song he would cover in the film, as one news account from April notes: Black is known more for his heavy-metal parodies than the sweet rendition of the Gaye standard that closes the movie starring John Cusack.