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Steve sits down on the floor as he watches the kids how the birthday candle dance goes. Steve watched them do it with and without the music. Then, Steve had to try it. Steve remembers the words but he had to learn the right movements. He had to put one foot out, bring it in, put the opposite foot out and bring it in. Then he had to jump and point at the same time. Next, he had to take three steps forward while bringing his arms out.
The next move is to stick out the thumbs. The next move is to step back three times and roll the hands. Then, he had to do the twist to the left side, the right side and then twist to left. But Steve also had to go down while he is twisting. So, all he had to do was just bend his knees. The last move is that Steve had to stand up straight and tall and bring his hands up over his head to make a candle. The last part is that Steve has to imagine himself being blown out just like a real candle.
So, he just has to touch ground with his hands. When Steve finally got the right movements, he joined the kids in the dance and they succeeded. Timely tells Steve "It's almost time for Blue's birthday party. It's time to skidoo! Steve had to skidoo back to the TV. Steve says goodbye to Timely and Timely tells him, "Have a great 'time'" and giggles.
As Steve skidoos back into the tv, the episode starts. After Blue blows out the candles, Blue leaves the table and is nowhere to be found, so Steve heads inside the house to try to find her. He thinks he has found her behind Sidetable as he sees the party hat she was wearing. But it turns out to be apart of the decoration, and this huge "thinking chair swirled red" present appears, and it is for Steve.
Steve denies that it is for him since it is not his birthday, but the children persuade him to open the present to find a large "bedroom polka doted purple" present, which turns out to be a medium "kitchen swirled yellow" present, which then turns out to be a small "Steve striped green" present. Inside, it is a heart shape cookie that says "Thank You" on it. Blue had made it for Steve as a way of saying thanks for the party.
They get back outside to the party and ends with the so long song and credits on the banner. The humor here is the flavor that brings interest to the music.
Lastly, there's - accordingly, to lyrics sites - the band's most viewed song, She's a Dancer offers an unforeseen funky grip on the track, whose solo section also could be deemed as "progressive". The lyrics' buildup to the "plot twist" is pretty interesting, and will most likely leave you with a grin. If you like hard rock, whether or not proggy, listen to this track.
It's guaranteed you'll enjoy at least one of the abundant tracks. If you're into humor, then that's a plus. I guess the vocalist is really good at sounding like other people. First of all, this video brilliantly captures that essence of CTS and is extremely enjoyable, especially for long time fans and those who have actually had the opportunity to see them live. The video shows off the undeniable raw talent of the musicians even as they move forward into their senior years.
Many bands that have been around for the same period have long lost their technical edge. That is not true with CTS. They still perform with the same precision and energy as they did in the mids. This video includes many of the musicians that played with the band throughout the years.
Almost like a "Yes-Union" version of the lineup, including a rare appearance of the original bassist Joe Macre. The first half dozen songs of this performance includes the opening songs from set lists of the past.
For any fan that has seen them multiple times this is a very enjoyable aspect of the video. Of course as any CTS fan would know, this band was a generally overlooked by the masses and should have been in the history books with the classic progressive bands such as Yes, Genesis, Kansas, Pink Floyd and King Crimson. The video is clean, and the audio is fantastic. The performance is exceptional and should be a must-have for any progressive rock aficionado.
This is their funkiest record ever. Yes, you can dance to it. I choose not to but that's just how I roll. I prefer to sit and chill and groove and brother, there's plenty to groove to here. Ostrich opens with "The Box", very reminiscent of Vrooom-era King Crimson with angular guitars and interesting Floydian effects. You better ""hold on" The band slams like guys with something to prove! Complete list — — — — The Shadows. Greatest Hits 20 Golden Greats.
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