I've never posted on forums before, I'm quite new to this altogether really. I do have a facebook account but I created it for my modeling and acting work.
I believe Sir Lee is of a dying breed of perfect gentleman that existed in the olde world, I admire him for all he's done for humanity and for cinema/entertainment. He's inspiring, handsome, intelligent...the adjectives could go on.
I am a musician and a keyboardist/pianist for a U.S black metal band. Given my love of opera and various metal bands it was no surprise to me that Rhapsody and Man O War requested such a fine talent to participate on their albums. One of my favorite metal bands ever are the Austrian black metal band, Summoning (look them up on Wiki). Their lyrics make extensive use of Tolkein's Middle Earth mythology and the music is beautiful in my opinion. Many of their works have been turned into acoustical pieces and are stunning to hear played on a piano. I've been meaning to find a way to get in touch with the founders of the band and request that they perhaps try to have Sir Christopher Lee do some vocal work/poetic readings for their new album; after quite the hiatus I've heard Summoning is back in the writing/recording process. It would be incredible to hear Sir Lee's voice among their works. Another little fantasy of mine would be that newest movie The Hobbit, use maybe a piece from Summoning in their movie soundtrack. I can dream can't I?
If you don't listen to black metal or rather, you've never heard Summoning, then I'll list a few tracks here and you can decide if you agree with my little thought that Sir Lee would be a wonderful addition to their music.
On the album "Stronghold", the songs "Long Lost to Where No Pathway Goes", "Like Some Snow White Marble Eyes", and "Where Hope and Daylight Die"
Every song on the album "Let Mortal Heroes Sing Thy Fame"
And on the album "Oath Bound", the songs "Mirdautas Vras" (the first song ever to be written entirely in the Black Speech of Mordor.), "Might and Glory" (my personal favorite), and the lovely epic "Land of the Dead"