[Dixielandjazz] Re: the lighter side of PC
tubaman at batnet.com
Fri Mar 18 19:59:50 PST 2005
I was not talking about MY show - but the overall KFJC audience ;-) We
have many thousands of albums, singles and CDs in our library
(collected over 45 years) and some of the most unusual music available
in the world! (BTW, it will soon be possible for you all to search our
library database - I will post the URL when it is published. Lots of
old jazz recordings!)
Copies of Shatner's early record "Transformed Man" are demanding big
bucks on the collector's market - $10 and up! The market is a bit soft
because it was re-issued on CD recently...
I bought my LP version for $5 about 10 years ago - not as an investment
As for Shatner at Burning Man - with 30K people there he will just be
another dusty individual as far as I care...
On Mar 18, 2005, at 5:50 PM, TCASHWIGG at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 3/18/05 5:39:30 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> tubaman at batnet.com writes:
>> Hey! - Shatner has always been a hot request at KFJC - he is featured
>> on a CD collection called "Golden Throats" and his unique renditions
>> popular songs are beyond reproach! ( I actually own several of his
>> But did you go out and Buy them with your own money ?? :))
> I hear he is Headlining at Burning Man this year ??
> Requests for William Shatner?? I don't doubt it but am still ROTFLMAO
> thinking about it. He must be paying the Treckies to call into the
> stations and
> request him. :))
> I did a Gaaaawwwk when I heard his first Priceline .com commercial.
> Is that an indication of the musical sophistication of your audience
> Dave ?
> wow I thought you played OKOM :))
> Tom (Wretch) Wiggins
> Now if he had recorded them under the name Denny Crane I would respect
> as genuine musical talent, :))
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