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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #78, May 21, 2007
Topic: 78-RPM Madness

This show has 6 parts:


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Bob Guest   Offline  -  Artist  -  05-21-07 10:22 PM  -  11 years ago
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Seems to be a mix up on the filenames for parts one and two. The link for each has the filename for the other. Play the file and the program is correct, but the file's title shows the other.
fm123   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-22-07 10:30 AM  -  11 years ago
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The text playlist shows:

Black Strap Mol***es

What happened to the a-s-s?
Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  05-22-07 11:07 AM  -  11 years ago
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Yes, while 45s and LPs where introduced in 1948-1949, record companies still put most of their releases on 78s for nearly the next decade, fading them out by 1958-1959.

-Tim
peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-22-07 12:56 PM  -  11 years ago
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It was censored as a naughty word. It was posted that way to rec.music.dementia as well.

--- fm123
The text playlist shows:

Black Strap Mol***es

What happened to the a-s-s?
pdx-dj1   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-26-07 03:31 AM  -  11 years ago
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Thanks for playing my request, "The Song of the Woodpecker."
pdx-dj1   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-26-07 03:37 AM  -  11 years ago
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Oh, hey! Speaking of 78's, I have one called "The San Virginity Handicap" that features a horse race with sexually suggestive and explicit names for the horses. It has only a hand typed label with nothing but the title on it, but it sounds like a professional production. Anyone have a clue what the story on this might be...?

PDX-DJ1, out.
pdx-dj1   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-26-07 09:31 PM  -  11 years ago
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Why? You know something about the topic...? I hope, I hope...
PrometheanGuy   Offline  -  Member  -  09-11-07 09:59 AM  -  11 years ago
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"It's in the Book" is a good track for teaching students in English class how to find redundancies. In an ESL or EFL class, you could hand out the poem as an exercise to find the redundant examples, then have them listen to the track. It's a good MP3 inclusion for those of us teaching.

So, can we have a show some time geared toward English literature or English teaching? You know, some Grammar Rock, the Shakespeare rap, Sister Mary Elephant, Swinging the Alphabet, etc.
peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  09-11-07 02:54 PM  -  11 years ago
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We are doing a School Related topic next week.

--- PrometheanGuy
"It's in the Book" is a good track for teaching students in English class how to find redundancies. In an ESL or EFL class, you could hand out the poem as an exercise to find the redundant examples, then have them listen to the track. It's a good MP3 inclusion for those of us teaching.

So, can we have a show some time geared toward English literature or English teaching? You know, some Grammar Rock, the Shakespeare rap, Sister Mary Elephant, Swinging the Alphabet, etc.
siradrich   Offline  -  Member  -  09-03-08 05:07 PM  -  10 years ago
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I think there needs to be a correction in the playlist for part 2.

Instead of "I Want A Bowlegged Woman" by "Bull Moose" Jackson, this should be listed as "Three O'Clock Blues" by B.B. King.
Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  09-03-08 08:06 PM  -  10 years ago
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Yeah, another thing Starvo and myself need to get from Wayne is the ability to make these playlist corections, hopefully is on the same scale as us making album adds and edits. This is more than likely from punching in the wrong number.
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