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Old time radio fans?

Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by DarkNoise, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. DarkNoise

    DarkNoise Grotesque Butchery Rabbit

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    any recommendations? Currently listening to:

    Amos and Andy
    The Weird Circle
    X Minus One
    Nightfall
    Twilight Zone

    anything based on those?
     
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    Metal Shop. It's almost 30 years old.
     
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    Check this place out. There are almost too many shows to list. I was pointed here by my dad a few years back and found some hidden gems. The best way to drive across the country is to make a few mp3 cd's of these and go (the wife and I just did that last May and are doing it again in Feb).
     
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    neal wizard in black

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    i believe it's 'Olde time'
     
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    DarkNoise Grotesque Butchery Rabbit

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    woo! jackpot! thanks for the link. I typically spend 30 minutes driving to work and then almost 50 back home each day so i've been looking into doing just that: making mp3 discs of olde (thanks for the correction) time radio for the trip. SYL is fun, but there's only so many times I can listen to The New Black and City.

    I see they have Fibber McGee and Molly. I remember that being really damn funny when I heard it as a kid (at a great grandma's house on cassette). Gonna need a new hard drive soon now.
     
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    Not sure you'll need a new HD. One 700MB cd holds about 40hrs of OTR! My dad burned me five discs before the trip and I only made it through one!

    Glad you found it useful.

    Cheers,
    Richard
     
  7. Lord Iffy Boatrace

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    You mean the show hosted by "The Butcher" Charlie Kendall? I listened every Friday night on WONE. I read an interview with him that most of the master recordings of the shows were thrown away by whatever parent company syndicated the show. Criminal.
     
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    featured prominently in my OTR collection:

    Suspense
    Lights Out, Everybody
    The Mysterious Traveler
    Escape
    Quiet Please
    The Hermit's Cave
     
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