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Re: smooth jazz
I have also listened for the past few days and I have
already noticed that there are a limited number of cuts,
and they repeat in the same order. I agree that the play
list is old. I have not heard anything released in the
past two years. I hope that the playlist expands in the
Having the artist/title is handy for burning CDs for
listening in the car (when WSJZ was dropped, I dropped
listening to commercial radio).
> I've been listening to this for the past few days and it sounds great. My
> only complaint is that they used Windows Media to stream the audio and the
> old MAC that we've demoted to the status of music server for the office is
> much happier with Real Audio. The content is fine.
> I do find it somewhat ironic that some of the voice drops are done by David
> Allen Boucher who, under the noms des plume (ok, its been 20 years since I
> typed French) of "Bump Martin" and "SPilot(stereo pilot?)" would take every
> opportunity possible to disparage the format when it was on his sister
> station WSJZ/WOAZ.
> Is this meant to be a public URL or is this some type of inhouse experiment
> for a project that they talked about two years ago? Either way, I hope
> that the URL stays up (oops, did I just give it the kiss of death?)
> While I haven't been listening critically, it seems at first glance that
> they are using a playlist of songs that were getting heavy rotation about
> the time that they blew up WSJZ. Hey, it sounded like the Warren Hill cut
> that they're playing while I'm typing this just skipped. Probably just
> packet problems on the web though.
> At 01:59 PM 2/5/01 -0500, Joseph Pappalardo wrote:
> >look what I found...
> >I think the above URL should work right....but what do I know.