Saturday's Show, Monday's review column
Saturday was a fun Shockwave. We talked about Earth Day and I played a few Earth-Day related songs, and one Passover song where Peter Ustinov introduced the singing of the Four Questions. Brian's long project to get non-copywritten music from the Federal Government (they can't copyright anything) is arriving. Lots of Marching band music and such. We have a free version of the Liberty Bell March! (The Monty Python theme.) They do a version of "Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines" which brought up the question: Can you not have a copyright on a copywritten song? Since we're a licensed station it doesn't matter on the air, but can we use it for other things, such as background to a commercial production? Hmm...
HitchHiker's Guide To The Galaxay movie coming out this week! Where is Zaphod's other head?
with my Monday music recommendation column is about Tony Goldmark and Sudden Death, from the CDs picked up at Marscon. At the moment, I don't have e-mail, as I switch to the new computer and my Eudora settings aren't cooperating, so could someone let them know? The page is updated daily and if they don't get there today (Mon 4/25) then it will be in the Bartcop-E archives and at some point in my archive of music recommendation columns
. Current Mood: still geeky