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October 20, 2004


Ellis Many versions of the canon in D major by Johann Pachelbel, collections of MIDI and MP3 files, some better than other. You have heard it first as “Rain and Tears” by Aphrodite's Child (1968 or so)!

C-mon and kypski’s Shitty Bum. (From ”Interconnected”). Another vid: Creep by “Radiohead”. (From ”Green Fairy”)

Cover versions that don't exist, but should

Listen to Ellis (No last name, above. From Sisters Talk)

How to play the spoons, from a person who know, Captain Kazoo

Ludwig Van Beethoven Action Figure

Some of Tom Waits’ favorite albums

E-bay item: You are bidding on a beautiful Arp 2500 Vintage Analog Modular Synthesizer: All modules work and have been calibrated. There are no scratchy pots, switches, bad bulbs, missing or loose screws, bad connectors or anything else wrong that we can find. No missing slider covers or knobs. It truly looks and works excellently. An owner’s manual is included.

Music That Americans Loved 100 Years Ago - Tin Pan Alley, Broadway Show Tunes, Ragtime (and Related "Coon Songs"), and Sousa Marches. (“Note: This article may be duplicated without my permission.”)

Many More Unusual Music Selections Here

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