My New Favorite Rondo Music Video!
I have just finished a long process of re-creating and recreating a classic Rondo music video that I did when I was young.
It was based on a movie I was watching when I first got the Rondo as a kid.
The movie was The Little Red Rondo by Frank Ockenfels, a film about a young couple who are forced to build a small house out of scraps of a tree.
When they get there they discover that the house is built on a giant stone, which was used as a masonry foundation by a man who lived in the nearby town of Trier.
It’s an interesting story because there’s a lot of information about the building that you don’t see in the film, so I decided to re-create it in a new way that makes it seem more authentic and authentic than I could have done.
This was the first time I had done a Rondo video, so it was a lot to go through, and the first thing I did was figure out the layout of the room, the location, and even the music.
Then I took a picture of the whole thing, and then I tried to make it look like it was recorded on a real record player.
There are so many details I had to make sure I got right, and I’m still figuring it out now.
The video is called “The Little Red Ringo,” which is a play on the name of the house, which I thought was pretty cool.
The music is a lot like my favorite Rondo tunes from the 70s, which are all from The Beatles.
It starts out with a classic gospel tune, “I’ve Got You Under My Spell,” by Frank Zappa.
Then the Rondos are played in reverse order, with the first song being “I Got You” and the last being “You Won’t Know What I Got.”
I’m not sure if there’s any reference to a real Rondo in the music, but the video does have a strong Rondo feel to it.
The house has a wooden front and the walls are painted with the Ronds.
The interior looks a bit like a real-life house, but it’s also like a modern-day house.
I didn’t want it to look like an actual Rondo, so the interior was made of faux-wood and some plaster, but there was also some real wood and plaster in the walls.
When I was building the house I wanted it to feel like it came from an actual house.
The first time that I actually played the song on a Ronda, I was in my second grade, so we were doing Rondo songs in the back of our house.
When you play the song you have to be really close to the Ronda to hear it, so you have this really high barrier of sound.
We played it for a couple of years and I thought it was really beautiful, and it was actually pretty good for the first couple of weeks.
Then it became kind of boring and it became hard to listen to.
The Rondoes were the main reason I wanted to start making Rondo videos again.
The sound and the visual elements in the video are pretty much the same as the original Rondo.
I’m trying to keep it as authentic as I could.
I don’t want to copy anything, and all the Rumba guys are pretty good at making their own stuff.
They’re always adding something to it and putting their own spin on it.
But I like what they did with the original.
I want to be able to play it at home and not worry about the actual sound, which is what I think is important.
There’s a great video on YouTube of a man using an iPhone to play a Rondo in a recording studio.
It shows the guy getting the first Rondo sound in real time.
There is one thing I want Rondo fans to know: If you’re a serious Rondo fan and you want to hear your favorite Rondoe songs, there are three official Rondoras on YouTube.
They are: “The Rondo of Love,” “The Ringo of Love” and “The Serenade of Love.”
If you have a problem with any of them, just let me know and I’ll fix it for you.
If you don�t have a Ronde but want to listen, I’m going to try to make more videos that cover a wide range of music.
I have a new Rondo playlist that will feature new Rondores and old ones.
I also want to make a new music video series called Rondo Songs.
It will feature a few songs that you probably don’t know about, and we�ll try to bring some Rondora classics back into the mainstream.
So, there you have it.
I hope you enjoyed this interview.