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And Now for a Change of Pace 0

I used to enjoy the Woody Woodpecker show, mostly because Walter Lance, Woody’s creator, would do a segment in each show about the art and craft of animation.

Later on, I realized that, when you cut to the chase, Woody himself was a nasty little jerk.

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And Now for a Musical Interlude 0

Via KCEA.

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And Now for Something Completely Different 0

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And Now for a Musical Interlude 0

Mozart modernized.

Via KCEA.

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In case you wonder why I link to KCEA so often, I offer two reasons.

It plays swing, my Daddy’s music, of which I have become very fond (though he preferred Glen Miller and I prefer Benny Goodman), and–this is the primary reason, as there are other swing music sites on the internet but only a few as good as KCEA and I know because I’ve explored them–listening to KCEA as I drifted off to sleep helped me through one of the worst times of my life a couple of years before I started this blog. I guess you can say I’ve been listening to KCEA for a long time.

I’ve even kicked in a donation, and you can too.

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And Now for a Musical Interlude Meets A Tune for the Times 0

John Kirby and his band perform “Rehearsing for a Nervous Breakdown.”

Via KCEA.

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And Now for a Change of Pace 0

Via KCEA.

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And Now for a Change of Pace 0

Wrapping up the day with jaunty little period piece with creepy undercurrents of sexual exploitation and racism . . . .

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And Now for Something Complete Different 0

Via KCEA.

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And Now for a Musical Interlude 0

Via KCEA.

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A Tune for the Times 0

Via KCEA.

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And Now for a Change of Pace 0

Via KCEA.

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And Now for Something Completely Different 0

Via The 1920s Radio Network.

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