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What song do you hear in  your mind, even against your own will, lol.

cmon, tell us.

I currently have a really lame song,  from one of my patients music,

so, no need to be shy.  Just tell us.
cmon,

we are waiting. you are not alone.

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A tune on a Canadian commercial that drives me nuts. Don't know the name of it, but just when I finally get it out of my head, the damn commercial comes on again.

What's the lowest a musician or actor can go - sell themseves to a product through a commercial that's played over and over again.

What I see and hear in the States is incentent pharmicutical, automobile, and insurance commercials backed by music and actors. 

They seem to have no shame.

The only countries that allow pharmicutal commercials (as I unerstand it) are the States and New Zealand. 

I have a clue about what's wrong with the States.  How did New Zealand get hooked into the pharmacutical advertizement  scam?

My earworm right now is instrumental: bits and pieces of Charles-Marie Widor's fifth organ "symphony", a grand romantic work. Many of us have heard the Toccata which concludes it, perhaps at the close of a wedding, but as that humorous guide to musical genres has it, "Classical: discover the 45 minutes they left out of the commercial." (Also things like "Blues: sung exclusively by folks who woke up this morning." "Opera: people singing when they should be talking." "Rap: people talking when they should be singing.")

I don't yet have an opinion of who recorded the best or worst performances. Here's one at Notre-Dame de Paris: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE96CA5F0019FE15C

(Be prepared for a very wide dynamic range, especially when the brilliant, fiery trompettes and clairons come in! They didn't need no amps turned up to 11!)

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