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8/26/2007 8:28:12 AM
An idea for a station

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Loren_DiGiorgi

8/26/2007 8:28:12 AM

An idea for a station
I was thinking of a station themed around songs from archives. Old tunes, lo-fi, demos, forgoten half-songs, etc. I've got stuff from the early to mid 90's that was recorded on 4-channel tape that's just sitting. I think this kind of thing would make a great station that would give a snapshot of where we all used to be musically and technologically.

What do you think? If you're interested, post here and let me know where I can find your prospective tunes to add.

Thanks,

--L


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Verity

8/26/2007 9:19:50 AM


Hi Loren, I've done a bit of searching around for you because I remember a couple of similar Stations. One was set up by a very popular IACer Brian Booth (Still MIA) 'Serendipity Lo Fi ' but there were only 3 songs on it. We have Bare Thread (12 strings or less) and Hugh had a D.I.Y. Station which was similar BUT I definitly think there is an opening for you. I hope you get some better info than this about existing Stations but there is always room for a different slant on an idea and there must be many, many old and lo fi songs looking for a nice home with similar friends at IAC.

Good luck, Verity


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