Sunday, March 18, 2012

Uncle Warren's Attic #71

Music with a food theme, and the debut of a couple new features: This Terrifying Report and Poetry Corner, are among the highlights of our weekly tour of cyberspace together.

Click here to listen to/download Uncle Warren's Attic #71.

Some of what you will hear, most of it spun at 78 rpm on my vintage, lovingly preserved Dual turntable:

* * This Terrifying Report (Remember, Refuse to be Afraid!) * * 
"Sweet Potato Piper" - Bing Crosby and John Trotter's Pan-Fried Five
"Pumpernickel" - Doris Day with Frankie Yankovic and his Yanks
"Hotta Chocolotta" - The DeJohn Sisters
* * Poetry Corner - featuring my little computer friends * *
Malted Milk - Robert Johnson
A Stein Song/Glorious Beer - The Singing Waiters
Monahan's Mudder's Milk - Marc Gunn
Vintage ads for Anacin, Coca-Cola and Schlitz

And because I knew Poetry Corner would leave you desperate for more, we close with the immortal opening credits from the Roger Corman classic A Bucket of Blood.

Click here to listen to/download Uncle Warren's Attic #71.

Are we having fun yet? Remember, if you subscribe you won't miss any of the thrills, chills, spills and other benefits of rummaging around in my Attic of eclectic delights.

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