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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #77, May 13, 2007
Topic: Kids & Teenagers!

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Good Old Days"Weird Al" Yankovic
New & Notable with Jukebox Jake
  • Jackson
  •   [first known play]
    The Polyjesters
  • King of The Swingers (Orange Album version)
  •   [first known play]
    The Polyjesters
    #3The Baby ZoneGlenn Super
    #2Saturday Morning ConfusionBobby Russell
    #1Teenage Enema Nurses in Bondage (edit)Killer *****
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    Messages about the show: "Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #77, May 13, 2007"

    asteysn2   Offline  -  Member  -  03-12-08 09:57 PM  -  10 years ago
    "Those two dreadful children" is a clever sophisticated piece that I've been hunting around for a while. How nice it was to land upon it today. And surprisingly, right after that, comes another thoroughly well crafted tune by the master himself, Frank Zappa.
    This little tune was a favorite of mine when I was at Agoura High (in Agoura Ca) hanging out with the theater arts "Drama Rowdies". Funny that I always thought the title of the song was "Kennys Little Secret"...
    Anyway, Bill Kanawer, was the ersatz leader of the Rowdies, who was an avowed Frank Zappa afficianado. His sister Merry (yes that's the spelling) was one trippy and cool gal. But not to digress, he too (Bill like FZ), was well ahead of his time. He seldom was acting on stage, but managed to run everything else behind the muslin.
    Anyway, Bill had a couple of HIP, and I mean HIP parents. Unitarians- go figure. Bill got to paint his walls with all sort of freaky stuff in florescent paint. Throw on a black light and the room became another place to take your mind... along with a nice thick doobie to pass around. Hey his folks were cool about all that, even the BUZZ... Bill turned out real ok. He hooked up with a little company at the time called "Laserium" which became immensely popular at all sort of events and made planetarium shows an other type of "cosmic" experience.
    I miss Bill. I'd imagine hes living his life, and very well at that.
    And, Bill if you should happen to see this, I'd love to see you again. Bob Sankey Get in touch with me via my website:
    Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  03-13-08 12:00 AM  -  10 years ago

    Are you the one making Happy Harry the Hover or whatever vacume that guy used on his pants? Could only think of the First Church of Appliantology.
    asteysn2   Offline  -  Member  -  03-16-08 11:36 PM  -  10 years ago
    Well, actually no. Happy Harry and I were never formally indroduced. The church of appliantology is alive and well. I was advanced to the level of deacon, but I think its only because I'm the one that keeps bringing the beer.
    Loonman   Offline  -  Member  -  08-06-10 11:14 AM  -  8 years ago
    Something is wrong with the sound files as the songs are not where they are supposed to be.
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  08-06-10 11:22 AM  -  8 years ago
    We know. They were seriously scrambled by the recent programming upgrade. With the server problems seen to, fixing the show segment orders can be done now. I'm told that the playlist repair is next on the to-do list.
    Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  08-06-10 11:25 AM  -  8 years ago
    Thank you for joining us and wanting to listen to these shows.
    Apologisies, the MMA and other show files got messed up with a programing preparing for new look and/or server problems we have had in the past couple of weeks.

    You should be able to get the first segment of each of these shows with the first segment link, and the second segment with the third segment link. Or hunt on down the links.


    Something is wrong with the sound files as the songs are not where they are supposed to be.
    Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  08-08-10 12:14 PM  -  8 years ago
    Looks like the show segments are back in their proper place, please try again.


    Something is wrong with the sound files as the songs are not where they are supposed to be.
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  08-08-10 01:35 PM  -  8 years ago
    Wayne fixed the segment order problem the other day along with quite a few other things. All the shows I checked after the fix were where they were supposed to be.

    Being able to hear the shows without silly problems like that are pretty much what keeps much of the remaining membership here and generates a bit of new membership- what might give the site back it's membership of a few thousand instead of a few hundred is the return of the Mad Music Show podcast.
    Borntu   Offline  -  Member  -  01-19-11 12:55 AM  -  7 years ago
    You gus are so awesome. This stuff was my life when I was a kid. Thank you so much!
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  01-19-11 01:03 AM  -  7 years ago
    You're welcome. Welcome to the site and be sure to try out all the different shows.
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