Tag: closed-captioning

  • Singing “Try To Remember” from The Fantasticks in 1996

    I put on a one–man cabaret concert in 1996. This is one of the songs I sang— “Try To Remember” from The Fantasticks, lyrics by Tom Jones & music by David Schmidt. This performance was held at A Better Worlde Galleria in the Mission Hills neighborhood of San Diego, California in 1996. My pianist was […]

  • Singing & signing “Imagine” on John Lennon’s 70th birthday

    This is my singing & signing contribution to the celebration of what would be John Lennon’s 70th birthday. Upon mkrajnak‘s suggestion, I sang the soundtrack and did an ASL interpretation over it so that the grammar and rhythm of the signing would be more natural than if I sang and signed at the same time.

  • danielgreene is I and I is danieljamesgreene

    I’ve made it a point to secure the usernames danielgreene and danieljamesgreene wherever I can so that I can give people easy URLs to find me on the Web. It would be nicer if I had the same username on all social networks, as Alexandra Samuel does (she can say, “Find me as awsamuel on […]

  • Singing answering machine greetings

    When I was twenty years old, I made up a couple of outgoing greetings for my answering machine based on an old TV show theme song and a showtune from Bye Bye Birdie. The TV show theme song was from I Love Lucy and the song from Bye Bye Birdie was “Talk to Me” which […]

  • Singing “Music Music Music!”

    This song, which I remember from a record my mom gave me when I was a little kid, is called Music! Music! Music! It was written in 1949 by Stephen Brewer and Bernie Baum, and it was popularized in the same year by singer Teresa Brewer.