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PostPosted: Mon November 2nd, 2009, 10:07 GMT 

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Just looking to see if you know a bar that plays music live/dj/jukebox thats as original as what you'd find on the show?

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Vinnie


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PostPosted: Mon November 2nd, 2009, 18:08 GMT 

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Welcome Vinnie :wink: I don't recall that I have, but a Theme Time jukebox would sure be sweet, wouldn't it?

ETA: I think I'll move this over to the Theme Time section. Good question!


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PostPosted: Tue November 3rd, 2009, 17:50 GMT 
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Any bar that has one of those Internet jukeboxes can easily turn any bar into a Theme Time-esque bar if the person with enough cash and coin to spare knows a thing or two about music (specifically, that is, pre-rock and roll music). I did so on my trip to NYC, where it seemed every bar had a Net jukebox. I turned a sports bar near MSG into a jazz club. One of the more memorable moments was when some rowdies at the bar and their bartender lady all stopped talking to listen to Duke's 1941 version of "Take The A Train".


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PostPosted: Tue November 3rd, 2009, 18:36 GMT 
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AWA wrote:
Any bar that has one of those Internet jukeboxes can easily turn any bar into a Theme Time-esque bar if the person with enough cash and coin to spare knows a thing or two about music (specifically, that is, pre-rock and roll music). I did so on my trip to NYC, where it seemed every bar had a Net jukebox. I turned a sports bar near MSG into a jazz club. One of the more memorable moments was when some rowdies at the bar and their bartender lady all stopped talking to listen to Duke's 1941 version of "Take The A Train".

Fun times..i love doing that..

but, I usually despise the net boxes..my favorite is the bars that actually own their jukebox and can put whatever they want in it..including mix cdr's, which you can't do if you rent..

one of my favorite jukeboxes has a cd titled Beatles Songs We Find Acceptable!


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PostPosted: Tue November 3rd, 2009, 18:55 GMT 
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AWA wrote:
Any bar that has one of those Internet jukeboxes can easily turn any bar into a Theme Time-esque bar if the person with enough cash and coin to spare knows a thing or two about music (specifically, that is, pre-rock and roll music).


Reminds me of what I did during Season 1 of TTRH, setting up various Pandora "stations" based on early Theme Time playlists. As I remember the "Mother" one was especially weird. :D


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PostPosted: Tue November 3rd, 2009, 18:59 GMT 
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Fred@Dreamtime wrote:
Reminds me of what I did during Season 1 of TTRH, setting up various Pandora "stations" based on early Theme Time playlists. As I remember the "Mother" one was especially weird. :D

Good idea! I've been loving pandora lately..


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