Friday, April 30, 2010

Bosco's Review Of Music

or, "I'm Getting Sorta Mental Over You"

I have a habit of falling in love with a particular music cd for a couple of days and playing the heck out of it before switching to a different one. For the past couple of days the favored cd has been "Jazz Moods: Feeling Sentimental", which features performers such as Karrin Allyson, Rosemary Clooney, Mel Torme and Dennis Rowland, among others.

This morning, as I dozed and tried to convince myself to get up and get ready for work, Bosco came in and plopped down on the floor next to the bed and began merrily destroying something which I assumed was one of his toys until I heard a cracking sound. When I raised my head and looked, his prize was, in fact, the (mostly cardboard) Jazz Moods cd holder which I had left on the floor next to the stereo.

And that's what Bosco thinks about that. Maybe I should have played Bow Wow Wow or Three Dog Night?
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12 comments:

Mojo said...

Just the subtitle of this one alone was worth clicking over for. Look at it this way... he could have deep-sixed the CD itself.

Or the speaker wires. Or worse. See? *singing* "Always look on the bright side of life" *whistling*

Mama Zen said...

Does Bosco know about the Chicago II album?

ellen abbott said...

The dog knows what he likes or in this case what he does not like. Can't say as I blame him much. What you should be listening to is Antone's Women.

mac said...

Or Snoop Dogg?
Nah, a critic as discerning as Bosco wouldn't like Rap ;-)

mac said...

Yes, I noticed you have a new profile pic :-)

Cloudia said...

lol!


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TALON said...

Does Bosco generally have good "taste" in music? ;)

Riot Kitty said...

Cuuuuuuuute! I can always tell when the kitties like or dislike the music we play.

Senorita said...

Pets always seem to go after the things we like the most, don't they ?

T said...

LOL, Bosco knows what is best, or not!

Ily said...

Maybe Bosco wants a little Latin music to spice things up a bit...some Willy Chirino or Celia Cruz, perhaps?

Alexis said...

There is nothing like a good C.D. to listen to, one that you can let play the whole way through.
I don't have a Dog, but my kids can chew things up.