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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #46, September 24, 2006
Topic: Battles & Wars

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Captain Wayne   Offline  -  Site Owner  -  09-24-06 07:58 PM  -  15 years ago
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Downloadable playlist:

www.TheMadMusicArchive.com/Audio/MadMusicHour/2006-09-24/MMS-46_Playlist.txt

(I'll be adding a feature to do this automatically soon.)
Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  09-24-06 10:17 PM  -  15 years ago
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Oh, the sequel did. Direct reference to the troup lead truce(s) of The War To End All Wars (WWI).

-Tim
peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  09-25-06 12:48 PM  -  15 years ago
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The song played was misidentified as Snoopy vs. The Red Baron. It was in fact, Snoopy's Christmas.

--- Marcus Tee
Gee, I don't remember Snoopy Vs The Red Baron mentioning anything about Christmas.!???

Marcus Tee
Captain Wayne   Offline  -  Site Owner  -  09-25-06 02:57 PM  -  15 years ago
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Sorry!

Yeah, that was a screw-up on my part. I had substituted "Christmas" but forgot to update the playlist.

There really are a LOT of details to keep track of!
Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  09-25-06 04:37 PM  -  15 years ago
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For a serious song on the Christmas truce(s) of World War I, check out John McCutcheon's "Christmas In The Trenchs" found on the CD Live at Wolf Trap. This CD also contains his narrative on the song, while a couple of compilation CDs contain only the song.
Some news report recently said that the number of English veterans who went through that experience now only number something like 90, or maybe the report was that there was only 90 WWI veterans alive, any service.

-Tim

--- Tim P. Ryan
Oh, the sequel did. Direct reference to the troup lead truce(s) of The War To End All Wars (WWI).

-Tim
peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  09-25-06 05:05 PM  -  15 years ago
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Latest count (Wilkepedia) 53 living WWI vets verified, 5 in the U.K. (15 in the U.S.).........Pete

Wilkepedia Link

--- Tim P. Ryan
For a serious song on the Christmas truce(s) of World War I, check out John McCutcheon\'s "Christmas In The Trenchs" found on the CD Live at Wolf Trap. This CD also contains his narrative on the song, while a couple of compilation CDs contain only the song.
Some news report recently said that the number of English veterans who went through that experience now only number something like 90, or maybe the report was that there was only 90 WWI veterans alive, any service.

-Tim

--- Tim P. Ryan
Oh, the sequel did. Direct reference to the troup lead truce(s) of The War To End All Wars (WWI).

-Tim
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