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Sunday, October 14, 2018

The Life & Times of Judge Roy Moore

Roy Moore was a candidate for the US Senate.  He lost.  Some of his supporters, like the man on today's installment, thought he was abandoned by his own party.  The original recording was from a Moore election-night rally on C-Span.  This guy was complaining within earshot of the C-Span microphone.  There were enough rhythmic connections between his words and the random background music to make some interesting loops.  You might be able to hear it better on headphones.

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Mr F Le Mur: PR Gnus Of The World News


New stuff from the creator of Soupman, Dragnest, and (of course) PR Gnus.

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Sunday, October 7, 2018

Beach Blanket Bustup



Surf movie radio mashup.

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Bill's at the Station


Bill's still at the station. 

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Thursday, September 27, 2018

Tom Lehrer: Clementine

Tom Lehrer was (and is, I guess, if he still plays once in a while) a gifted mimic.  The Vatican Rag, just the music by itself, is ragtime with all the bells and whistles, and So Long Mom (I'm Off To Drop The Bomb) is the best tune George M Cohan never wrote.

This piece, where he takes the folk song My Darling Clementine through a few musical genres, is an excellent example of musical cut and paste.

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Sunday, September 23, 2018

Brokaw (50 sec version)

NBC Nightly News used to start out with this kind of testosteroned-charged theme song, with Tom Brokaw announcing the headlines over it.  I wanted to do a longer bit linking them all together in some kind of demented poetry, but this is as far as I got for now. 

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