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Direct link to the episode:

 MP3 -> http://media.libsyn.com/media/msb/spc_wspc_ThymeWarp_0005.mp3

 m4a -> http://media.libsyn.com/media/msb/spc_wspc_ThymeWarp_0005.m4a

This is episode 5.

We're nearly real time.


We begin with a future classic,

Its called "Final Fantasy Battle Medley" by "Piano Squall" off the album: "Game" (I know him 'cause his gramma has what I have, MS. {Yeah it sucks but there it is. I'm not a physically perfect specimen of manhood.)


There was a PSAs but it was for an event yesterday, so I missed it.

Hopefully, your club or association will, to quote Groucho Marx, "say the magic word and the duck will come down." (Comedy writing)

Or perhaps it will, to quote Karl Marx, say "Workers control the means of production." (Political Science)

I'm not going to ruin the mood by coming up with quotes from Louis Marx. (Micro-economic toy stories. [Sorry, I'm just showing off to my friends in West Virginny. {Yes, I've been everywhere man. I've been everywhere. (One of the advantages of growing up on rising slope side of "Peak Oil". [And that is a foreshadowing of an upcoming show which will fill up the Tuesday 5PM slot.  {I've also got one on "Global Warming" to fill up the Thursday 5PM slot. (And I'm hoping to get a phone interview, or more, with Dr Kirsten Sanford out of UC Davis on the shows. Amongst a whole slew of other media, she does "This Week in Science" with her co-host Justin Jackson)}])}])


There's still no prerecorded promos (Well except for mine that I played for you on last show.)



I'm in a mood for the ends. (I'd play "Ends" by "Everlast" if I could, from "Whitey Ford Sings the Blues" ... But it just wouldn't be just stretching the definition of classical, it would make a loud snapping sound.

Now... "Adelante la musica"

Streaming here on WSPC's Thyme Warp

"Finale (The Dargason): St. Paul's Suite (Opus 29 No. 2)"

 by: "English String Orch. - William Boughton" from the album: "The Spirit Of England Disc 4: Works for String Orchestra - II"

on ThymeWarp here on WSPC


 by "Pamela Frank, Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax"

 from the album: "Arrgh. I hate classical music companies who just don't get MP3 tags."

Well, anyway, you're hearing it on WSPC.


 by: "Yo-Yo Ma & Emanuel Ax"

 from another mislabeled MP3

here in the confused WSPC studio.

"Finale - Presto"

 by: "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 from "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"

 on WSPC.

"Finale: Allegro"

 by: "Jean Sibelius"

 performed by "London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis"

 from an album titled "Jean Sibelius - Symphonies  Nos. 1 & 4"

 here on WSPC

"Finale: In Principio"

 by: "Hildegard Von Bingen"

 from the album "Ordo Virtutum; (Disc 2)

 on  WSPC.

"Finale. Alla breve"

 by: "Sergein Rachmaninov"

 performed by: "Martha Argerich\Riccardo Chailly"

 from an album titled "Great Pianists of the 20th Century - Martha Argerich 1 (Disc 1)"

 here on wonderful WSPC.



Remember what Edward R Murrow used to say: "Good Night and good luck..."

The show notes, incuding the complete text of this episode, and any and all links to the artists featured, are on a server ... somewhere.

And this show is also being podcast in m4a format, which means that it you use a compatible player, like iTunes, you get the content divided up into chapters, images and "hot links" to the the web, on the topic of the chapter or to accompany the tune.

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