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January 06, 2009

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The Cheese Knees

Excellent idea Bob. I'm a great fan of the Song Poem and it was a sad day when ASPMA shut up shop. Where the hell did all those mp3's go? I've accumulated 300 - 400 song poems give or take so if you're looking to add any to your collection just send me your requests. You never know, I may have it. In the tradition of the 365 Days projects, I suppose it would be too much to ask for one a day instead of one a week?

martinf

I've collected all those ASPMA mp3s and they are available at http://brotbeutel.blogspot.com/2008/07/raincoats-and-song-poems.html plus some more. I even managed to extract the one that was removed (Girl Joey: Proud To Be Gay) from another source. But I'm still missing Ted Powers "Are You Now Or Have You Ever (Been In Love With Me)" (written by Phil Milstein) originally posted by sharpeworld.com. Can somebody help?

motordog

You must be referring to the "Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Potassium" version sung by Lynne Richards (featuring the Jimmy Etta Orchestra). Quite the peppy little tune. Love you're posts, BTW...

motordog

Ack! Of course I meant "Love YOUR posts, BTW"...stoopit grammer!

stu

I've never been able to figure out whether the gender-bending in "Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Potassium" was intended on the part of the songwriter, or if it was just coming out of Jim Hall's head...

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