[Dixielandjazz] Riverwalk double stream at Stanford
marekboym at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 01:01:49 PST 2013
I have, Don. More than once.
And, at first, I was surprised that, when I had to stop in the middle, it
did not just pause as the regular Riverwalk broadcast, but stopped
altogether, and when I clicked again it was already a whole different show!
On 30 January 2013 06:17, Donald Mopsick <dmopsick at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hope you all are taking advantage of the new continuous double
> stream of ALL the Riverwalk shows on the new Stanford RWJ streaming
> It's a continuous loop that cycles every 18 days or so. Channel 2
> starts in the middle, so if there are about 400 shows total Channel 2
> starts at around 200 and cycles from that point. Stanford Archive of
> Recorded Sound, part of the Stanford U. Libraries, has committed to 25
> years of continuous streaming, that is if global warming by then
> allows civilization to continue. If I make it that far I'll be 87.
> Many of the older shows haven't been heard in over a decade. It's a
> "warts and all" approach. Some of the shows are just OK, others are OK
> with good moments in them, others are pretty darn good overall. Unlike
> other radio shows, we didn't do a lot of post-production so what you
> hear is pretty much what went down in the live show. Contrast this
> with Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland, which I did with Jim Cullum
> and Ed Torres: the producer told me that they use on the air about one
> third of the footage they capture. I know this to be true because you
> should have heard how Marian mangled my name on the live show, but
> they fixed it in post.
> So give it a whirl and let me know what you think. To me it seems like
> it would be more like Pandora or XM but with one show all the time,
> like a 24/7 "all-Elvis all the time" AM radio station. We managed to
> capture a lot of the greats who have gone on to the great beyond, like
> Benny Carter, Sweets Edison, Jay McShann, Kenny Davern, Bob Haggart,
> Doc Cheatham, Yank Lawson, Milt Hinton, Joe Williams, Lionel Hampton,
> Ralph Sutton, Johnny Frigo, Henry Cuesta, etc. You get to hear band
> members from the past like Brian Ogilvie, Evan Christopher, Ed Torres,
> Norma Teagarden, Speigle Willcox, etc.
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