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I Don't Know the Name, but the Tune Is Familiar

Got to thinking this week about a “girl singer” I saw years ago in Charlotte, NC.  She was down from the Big Apple to do a benefit jazz concert for the local public radio station. 521 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (4.12.14)

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Here’s what you’ll need for listening to this week’s Turntable For One: a radio (or internet radio), 2 ears — but wait!! There’s more: you’ll also need a well-lighted room, comfortable clothes, a warm, engaging smile, and a cell phone. 79 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY'S THEME (4.5.14)

HINT: What do you call that feeling you get when the team that beat your team in the first round gets knocked out of the tournament in the second round, or that feeling you get when the hedge fund guy who lost all your investments goes to jail for fraud (pretend that could really happen)? 108 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT THEME (3.29.14)

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For this week’s program, I’m once again delving deep into the vast bowels of the Turntable For One recorded archives. (Perhaps a more elegant metaphor is wanted here). 84 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S SHOW (3.22.14)

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A while back I broke the Turntable For One record for the greatest number of singers played on the air during one show. (And I did it without playing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.) Well, since nobody wrote or called saying, “Don’t ever do anything like that again,” guess what? 102 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (3.15.14)

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March is supposed to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb, or vice versa. What if March decided to come in like a giraffe and go out like a lemur? 89 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (3.8.14)

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People who possess it try very hard to keep out of sight, but they’re everywhere. People who have this quality don’t want to be noticed because they… 89 more words

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