hi all,
this is my first post,
what do you guys and gals think of hiromi.
i have seen her play a few times and i believe her to be remarkable!
so happy on stage, what does everyone else think?
i have tried the ljp search .. and it mostly it times out.
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id fuck her
well mike, not exactly what i was  hoping to start,
but i i'll give you that! she is hot! very hot!  
heaven may be her piano bench ..... sorry i should foster this .... lol
i think she's an incredible virtuosa, plays many styles, and her performances are really fun.  i think she will acquire more depth with maturity.
i also thought that i would acquire more depth with maturity, but the maturity thing never happened ...
reminds me of progressive rock like elp, or even dream theater (without, say, the guitars and metal-style drumming)

but i haven't heard all her albums
i also thought i might obtain some semblance of maturity in at least one small aspect of my life.  things that make you say "hm"
you guys should be ashamed of yourselves.
edit:
i'm just talking specifically about the specific offending parties.
i am. i really am.  i will go sit in the corner.
she doesnt do anything for me musically neither do i find her physically attractive.

to each his own i guess.
come to think of it.  me neither... i juat saeid that because i was in one of my moods.
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