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Bones


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thetiler

 Genre: Acoustic

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"The Skeletons" & "Tabatha" (IN PICTURE) will be coming out of their graves to dance to this piece of music, "Bones" October 31 only.
The performance and tickets can be bought at 13 Ghost St., Nyc, Ny!

These flawless dancing pros truly practiced all year for this and they have every move down to PERFECTION !!!

They only allowed this picture to be taken before they quickly had to jump back into their graves to practice for their dream show. They are really antsy to show off their jazzy moves!

I was privy to actually see them do their practice routine a few days ago. Wow, you should see they way they all work in unison, with every single step carefully calculated.

Each taking turns dancing with their precious Tabatha. When you actually see them working together you would think it was a Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers movie. But only many more Fred Astaire's !
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Comments: 18
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Plays: 303
Downloads: 68
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Uploaded: Oct 26, 2005 - 08:52:00 PM
Last Updated: Oct 12, 2007 - 11:10:59 AM Last Played: Apr 03, 2016 - 03:01:18 PM
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Comments
Macaudion said 4353 days ago (October 26th, 2005)
I is barely possible for me to believe it...
But is true that yet again, you have created a wonderfully expressive
little ditty. Even more amazing is, that It is of a different mood or
place, which is of the warmest, and of a most intimate nature. You
scrare me however, it is because I find it to be plane spooky that one
could have this uncanny ability to unleash such a rich and well rounded
high quality piece in such a short period of time. For god's sake Bill, I
only went to the bathroom since your last...

Thanks again, Bill

Dion/Cydniko
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thetiler said 4353 days ago (October 26th, 2005)
I is barely possible for me to believe it...
To: Cyd

I don't have a great long term memory, so once I get the inspiration I have to
go for it as quick as I can. I know if I wait til the next day it could be gone.
Plus, I got this trait from my dad and I think my sons the same way. I
remember my dad would work day and night on his galleons (made out of
copper) for months truning out incredible amounst of ships, cars, you name
it in a very short time. Pretty nice looking rustic ones too.

If he had a project around the house he just couldn't rest until it was done. I
mean the same day, even if it was a two or 3 day job.

When I was working with my dad in the tile installation business, he would set
records on how quick he would install a tile tub surround in the same day
with chicken and wire mortar installation.

But it does make your rear end soar some times:)


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savage4hire said 4353 days ago (October 26th, 2005)
smooth flow
Great Lively acoustic guitar use. Catchy little tune, I can imagine dancing
skeletons to this
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savage4hire said 4353 days ago (October 26th, 2005)
smooth flow
Great Lively acoustic guitar use. Catchy little tune, I can imagine dancing
skeletons to this
Check out my latest song called Dark Throne of the Bunny King
Ed Hannifin said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Look...Bill...
...I'm wearing out my hard drive here...and my keyboard... I have to
stop waking up to a new tiler song... and then coming home to a new
tiler song... then having a new tiler song come in while I'm typing my
comments...

There's PROLIFIC, and then there's downright mean...

Great tune for Halloween here... it's got the feel... it's got melody and
rhythm and a nice scary vibe...

From your bag of "excellent recording sounds" you have chosen an
appropriately spacious one for this... the two guitars mesh in that
space really well... I like how you're approaching slide these days...

ANOTHER nice one!

Ed

Tadashi Togawa said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Lovely adult
This is happy, and a pretty tune.
Bottleneck play is wonderful.
The music scale of the guitar solo is good.
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thetiler said 4349 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
Lovely adult
Lots of fun with the bottleneck I was happy that the chordal stuff gave me the
inspiration to do those leads.

Thanks for posting Tad

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said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Whistling in the light
This is too happy to be spooky. I shall have to play it in my Halloween
graveyard to help temper our ghoulish props (tombstones, stuffed
deadmen, writhing worms, etc,) and not scare away the little ones. I
usually hide on the porch and make scary, echoey sounds with my old
Sony reel-to-reel tape deck.

Great job, Tiler. I suppose it is a bit reminiscent of Dance Macabre by
Camille Saint-Saens.
thetiler said 4349 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
Whistling in the light
I'll have to check out CSS.

Interesting. Don't know much about him

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drakonis said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
13 Tilers on a dead man's chest...
I personally believe that the Tiler is actually a number of little prolific
guitarists, each one in turn posts his own piece in sequence. The little
tilers often get together and jam and share notes, so that if you listen
closely, you hear little recognizable bits of "Tiler" in each song, a slide
here, a chord there, a piece of Classical Gas or Malaguena... but then,
there's the legend we've all heard as children... once a year on
Halloween night, at the witching hour, when the tired little ghouls and
goblins have had their fill of candy and are moaning and wailing in
sugar-high misery, all the tilers assemble in the pumpkin patch. They
pile themselves up into the shape of a giant scarecrow, that looks
something like a large acoustic guitar with arms and legs (and 13
strings, don't forget the 13 strings). This coalescing of little tilers
creates the giant Halloween spirit known to all children as, MOSAIC
MAN! All the children know that by this time of night, they should all
be asleep, and not dare stay up to hear Mosaic Man fly by their
window. As he visits the neighborhoods, he plays the sweetest music
on his 13 strings, music that if the children were to be awake to hear
it, would make them dream so beautifully and sleep so late that they
would miss breakfast.

Hey Bill, once again you have produced a gorgeous piece of music. Not
sure how you play all 13 strings like that, but your inventiveness and
prolific output is quite awe-inspiring!

Thank you so much for sharing this with us, and special thanks to Tiler
2&3, 7, 9, and 13 for those great harmonies.

ttfn,
Drakonis
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thetiler said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
13 Tilers on a dead man's chest...
Thanks Drak

Wow, I don't think I have ever read such a fantastic story in all my posts!

You have an incedible depth of storybook-magination drak, plus all the very
creative music you do!

Thanks again for taking the time out to write such a nice story!

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"The Tiler" Bill Furner<br>
Acoustic Fingerpicking Guitarist <br>
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fairy beth said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
that was....
....wicked tiler! really enjoyed that! beautiful playing :-)
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Komrade K said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Fun fun fun!
Hey Mr T - lovely fun piece - I don't think I've ever imagined such happy
skeletons. Excellent playing as ever and this time with great jazzy moves.

Would be up for a collab (or two...) at some point. Indeed I might have an
idea...
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thetiler said 4349 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
Fun fun fun!
Thanks for getting back to me on that email I sent you.

Looking for forward to it.

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ostfriese said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
...
very nice guitars, grooovy
good peace of work
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snowdragon said 4352 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
You might want to call
Tim Burton. This would fit many of his movies nicely.
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thetiler said 4349 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
You might want to call
Thanks snow,
I am not a real fan of scary stuff. I guess that is way I make my monsters happier
:)



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ktkblok007 said 4347 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
very nice
nice sound...keep it up
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