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Swamp Yankee    Posted 09-17-2002 at 18:21:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
for that bluegrass link been listening to it all my life. Had a good station in New York City but the antenae was on the north tower at the world trade center.

Cowboy Joe    Posted 09-18-2002 at 06:45:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
of course that station was and is WKCR-FM New York, my former station. They still broadcast with an Internet connection.

Burrhead    Posted 09-18-2002 at 20:37:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'll be danged. I always just click on my favorites shortcut and never noticed the call letters.

Swampy    Posted 09-17-2002 at 19:12:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
Right on with yer grandson already enjoyin b'grass. Got some tapes I made from that NYC station and have a radio in the model A pickup 19 months old and he wants it on. Used to play guitar and mandolin years ago, haven't played in twenty years. Still love it. I can remember the Louisville Hayride, Grand Old Opry,stations WWVA and WCKY Wheeling West Va. and Cincinati Ohio (40s and 50s). Does LEE MOORE The coffee drinking night hawk have a meaning to you. Les remembers.

Burrhead    Posted 09-17-2002 at 20:24:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
If it was on after 8 oclock I never heard it unless I was off I mean fox hunting.

Ole feller bought a brand stinking new 66 GMC with a radio in it.

I bet he burnt a bushel basket of ignition points fore we figgered out the key would turn backards and play the radio without that Gen and Oil light glaring.

Burrhead    Posted 09-17-2002 at 18:55:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
you iz welcome podnuh. Glad to see somebody cultured enuff to enjoy real music.

I listened to it all my life too and love it. Most of it was on the back porch watching my G-Pappy and his brothers and sisters.

Ma Burr can sang them ole songs and play them strings and piano. 3 out of our 5 kids can play it. I'm listening to the BGC rat now.

My g-son Dalton (8 mos old) has started listening with me and mimickin pickin the banjer. When a song goes off he nearly always hollers YAH-HA.

His Mama slipped up on us and Dalton was pickin that air banjer and sangin.

We did'nt know she was here til she got down on her knees from laffin behind us.

She said she knows now what them "fits" are that the boy has sometimes.

I told her it aint polite when real musicians iz practicing and ye sneak up on um, er to laff at um either.

Looks like he's gonna be in Butte by Christmas. I gotta get the boy cultured to real music and mean as a junk yard dawg quick.

Hogman    Posted 09-18-2002 at 05:00:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Cousin Burr I fooled round with that site thru three orbits of tha alien planet'n never could get any sound or for that matter find "MUSIC" ta click on. Course,this ole putter is so rickity'n full of space vermin that it's barely usable anymore.

Considerin takin it down ta tha blacksmith shop,i'ff'n He cant do it no good I'll mabe try tha Texaco Station in town that fellers right handy at fixun flats'n stuff.

Burrhead    Posted 09-18-2002 at 08:26:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hogster you might not have a sound program in your puter.

When ye go to the main page of the b-grass link you should see a link up on the far left end of the task bar that says play.

jest hit that play bar and the main station at BGC will kick in if ye have sound equipment.

I'll look and see if I can find a site so you can down load Realplayer

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