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Ben's Wacky Radio - March 20, 2012
Topic: Springtime funnies

Next week: Festival of fools (early April Fool's Day show)

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BillMills   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-20-12 10:38 AM  -  6 years ago
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Terrific show! Loads of wonderfully Wacky tunes and I enjoyed every one. Thanks for including a few requests for me too, even though you were uncertain of their relevance to your Spring theme at first. Very thoughtful of you. The clean versions of Mel Blanc and Soupy Sales were a delight to hear without the scratches and hiss I have gotten used to on my own original versions over the years of relistening to them. And the 19th was my birthday, so I considered your show this week as a generous and entertaining addition to my annual personal 'celebration of 'Spring'. Thanks sincerely.
BillMills   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-20-12 11:17 AM  -  6 years ago
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One last thing... for the record... I love the Tommy Girvin "We Are The Worms" and am indebted to you for including it in it's 'only known play' or I might never have heard it. He's a talented writer and excellent vocalist and this is a sweetly wacky song which I thoroughly enjoyed. It could certainly stand a few more playings. Thanks for including it on the show.
wackyben86   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  03-20-12 11:22 AM  -  6 years ago
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Thanks. I played Tommy Girvin's song on my last springtime show back at my old radio station last year and I wanted to give this another spin.
Max DeGroot   Offline  -  Artist  -  04-04-12 08:10 AM  -  6 years ago
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Thanks for playing Spring Cleaning.
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