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Lorb Lorbson in his own words

December 14th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Lorb Lorbson, the man, the myth, the legend, the reality. A probing interview with Lorb where he talks about his career, his fans, and the Legendary Cheripintera.

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  1. Old Pappy
    December 18th, 2009 at 16:19 | #1

    Whooee that was great!! I love interviews w/ artists I like to see if they’re psycho or kinky or malingerers or just some kind of show biz robots when they let their hair down. Lorb seems very human with the right blend of body flatus to cerebellum material for me. I like him and I’d like to buy him a beer—‘cept I can’t drink beer ’cause of the liver trouble I got.

  2. Derek
    December 17th, 2009 at 23:54 | #2

    Great interview! Eat your heart out, Terry Gross!

  3. December 15th, 2009 at 10:21 | #3

    Myrtle,
    All I can say is, ‘ WOW!’ The only thing that flows more strongly than the tears from my eyes is the torrent pouring out both my nostrils!! I wish you were here to see it!! I think we must and will work together!! It is destiny!! Contact me everyday at all times!

  4. December 15th, 2009 at 10:12 | #4

    David,
    Thanks for your kind words! You have no idea how much it means to me when I hear someone say something positive about my singing (actually, looking back at your comment I see you didn’t actually say anything positive about my singing but THANK YOU anyway). To answer your question, “YES!!” I have recently recorded a holiday box set!!! It,s called ‘A Slow Christmas with Lorb Lorbson”. Highlights include a VERY slow, updated version of The Twelve Days of Christmas. My version is called’ The Twenty Four Days of Christmas’. ALL the out takes are included. So you will want to listen to it over and over and over!!
    As far as your comment that I look like the eminent, Stu Cranstence, I will take that as a compliment and again say, ‘THANK YOU’.

  5. Bill
    December 15th, 2009 at 10:09 | #5

    That was a great question. Lorb kind of side-stepped it. He never properly answered the question.

  6. David
    December 15th, 2009 at 09:04 | #6

    I don’t know why. But Lorb reminds me of Stu. They look around the same age.
    Anyway I was wondering what Stu does for the hoildays,Fa-la-la-la-la
    and that kind-of-stuff. Or is he a hanukkah kind of guy.
    Does he believe in Santa Cluas? Does he give out gifts, like some of his finding to big universities.
    Is it OK to bring the BBQ grill into the house for heat?
    Any 1 find the spell √ ?

    Happy Hoildays!

  7. Myrtle
    December 14th, 2009 at 22:03 | #7

    Lorb! I live to hear your serpentine voice spinning webs of gold through the echoes of time. Your gentle breath reminds me of the seagull’s flight through the stormy, sunny skies of strife and love. My heart strings tie me to the memories of silk and wine running like rose petals behind a garden wall. Calm, calm, calm. Time, life, money, fear, lust, rhymes, rainbows, starlight, regrets – all of these and more are wrapped in the warm blanket of your truth. Why does the raven cry? FOR YOU! FOR YOU! For all of us!!!

    (All of this could be used in one of your songs for the right price. Call me to talk)

    With love from, Butterfly’s Song (that’s my stage name but my Christian name is Myrtle with an “M”. Call me to talk)

  8. Ron
    December 14th, 2009 at 11:42 | #8

    Your clarinet playing brings tears to my eyes.

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