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July 11, 2010

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Perryamberson

Love the post. The Glen Campbell spot is based on his hit single "Try a Little Kindness," released as Capitol 2659 in October 1969. It reached #2 on the Country chart and #23 Pop.

Andy Lester

Wow, the Jesus press conference has someone refer to him as "Mr. Christ," as if Christ was a surname.

Phx2tuc

...that "2-Ad Music" sounds remarkably like an early version of "Enforcer," the local news theme first developed for WBBM-TV Chicago and subsequently applied to many CBS owned&operated and affiliated stations. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_CBS_Enforcer_Music_Collection It's also similar to an early 1970s ad bed used by Schlitz Brewing Company for their beer commercials...

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