Thursday, February 25, 2010

Losing my Bottle!

Theme Thursday and I nearly didn't make it but just a quick bit of fun this week cos I got nothin and my internet is being particularly naughty tonight . . I'm losin' my bottle!

Carlton Beer Advertisement by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

25 comments:

nick said...

Glad to see they didn't just play the bottles, they got smashed as well....

Brilliant stuff!

Gledwood said...

Bet the Berlin Philharmonic can't do that!

subby said...

BAH! Your 'net service and my lack of a bloody viewer!

Brian Miller said...

now that is real talent...lol.

Quickroute said...

Ah I miss VB stubbies :-( you can get 'em for u$d9 a pop but I don't like 'em that much - seems like internet is playing up everywhere - I was offline for 2 hours yesterday - Nick similar?

California Girl said...

how very you, Baino. :)

Roy said...

Cool! I wonder if I have enough bottles around here to duplicate that? Heh, heh!

Poetikat said...

But is the beer any good?

Kat

laughingwolf said...

i'll drink to that ;) lol

JeffScape said...

I thought you got your Internetz taken care of?

tut-tut said...

Ha! Baino, how'd you find that?

How are things at the salt mine?

e said...

Interesting...

I hope you get your ISP issues sorted.

Tom said...

leave it to the Aussies...

Ronda Laveen said...

Very fun, Baino. I thought maybe you would share one of your bottles of Chardy with us.

Ribbon said...

it's brilliant ~ & so are you

Janice said...

Oh, that video was good! I loved how serious they all were as they raised their "instruments" to begin.

To answer your question about my ring...no, it wasn't too expensive since it is very plain, no stones, and only 2mm thick.

Who Is Tim Burton? Two said...

Hi! Baino,
Great entry...when it comes to this Thursday Theme...bottles.
I see that you
have now gone...Theatre Screen Wide.
Happy Theme Thursday!
DeeDee ;-D

River said...

Amazing, the things you can do with bottles. That was pretty clever.

Megan said...

I have not deleted The Shed thingummy you sent me...I still watch it every now and then. :)

This one's darn good, too!

Nanc Twop said...

That was very fun - loved the beer drop at the end... ending with a crash-shendo.

;-)

Pam said...

Lets hope they had fun not only playing, but emptying those bottles as well.Imagine rolling home..."but darlin', it was all in the line of work... hic." So clever. Thanks Baino for sharing that!

Baino said...

Thanks you lot. I don't drink beer so can't vouch for it's quality. I am partial to blowing in a bottle but can't hold a tune. The Salt Mine is fine but boring and a little intimidating. My ISP has 'done all it can' but a new router seems to be working. Aussies Rule OK. I don't share Chardy . .well maybe, if you're here . . .Alice in Wonderland opens on March 5 be there or be square . . Megan? The Shed thingamy? Was I pissed? And I stand by the integrity of the Melbourne Symphony . .I'm sure nobody drove home. Although the Adelaide Symphony get big kudos for working with the Hilltop Hoods . .time for bed Zebidee!

Jay said...

Oh, that was wonderful! Thanks for that, it quite cheered me up!

Love the big beaming smile from the conductor at the end!

lettuce said...

most excellent

tony said...

Bottletastic!