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PostPosted: Wed March 18th, 2015, 19:28 GMT 

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Trying to download part 2 I also experienced the two options that you mention Fred. I actually tried to download both of them, but failed every time. Yet, so much virus crap found its way to my computer during my failed attempts that I now need to run a serious cleaning program...


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PostPosted: Wed March 18th, 2015, 19:38 GMT 
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Ignore all the big and colorful buttons that say "download" and use the "Click here to start download from sendspace" link at the bottom of the page. On other filesharing sites the situation is similar. Big buttons that say "download" and lead to ads or other stuff and discreet and small buttons/links that lead to the actual files you want. Always read everything on the page, until you have found the right link. The correct links usually are small and well hidden, but still discernible and clearly marked.


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PostPosted: Wed March 18th, 2015, 19:40 GMT 
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My Echo, My Shadow And Me wrote:
Ignore all the big and colorful buttons that say "download" and use the "Click here to start download from sendspace" link at the bottom of the page. On other filesharing sites the situation is similar. Big buttons that say "download" and lead to ads or other stuff and discreet and small buttons/links that lead to the actual files you want. Always read everything on the page, until you have found the right link. The correct links usually are small and well hidden, but still discernible and clearly marked.

Please excuse the shouting :wink: but THIS IS EXCELLENT ADVICE AND SHOULD NOT BE IGNORED!


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PostPosted: Wed March 18th, 2015, 21:03 GMT 

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Echo:
I downloaded your excellent 'Kiss' reconstruction. I did notice the difference in sound quality between the two edits. The radioeins edit was definitely inferior. I downloaded my copy of the radioeins edit from themetimeradio.com - I didn't notice the same drop-off in quality as is noticeable on your reconstruction. I wonder why the difference? Maybe my hearing! (LOL)


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PostPosted: Thu March 19th, 2015, 00:20 GMT 
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cybercynic wrote:
Echo:
I downloaded your excellent 'Kiss' reconstruction. I did notice the difference in sound quality between the two edits. The radioeins edit was definitely inferior. I downloaded my copy of the radioeins edit from themetimeradio.com - I didn't notice the same drop-off in quality as is noticeable on your reconstruction. I wonder why the difference? Maybe my hearing! (LOL)


Thanks for the info. It seems the themetimeradio.com recording/rip of the Eins Live broadcast is better quality than the recording/rip I have. I'll try to update the composite version as soon as possible. The drop in quality on the Eins Live Elements has been bugging me from the start.


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PostPosted: Fri January 27th, 2017, 19:57 GMT 

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Hello !
As The Sendspace Links Are No Longer Active, Is There Any Chance Of Re-Posting This Show?
All The Best,
Colonel Dan


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PostPosted: Thu July 26th, 2018, 16:24 GMT 

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My Echo, My Shadow And Me wrote:
cybercynic wrote:
Echo:
I downloaded your excellent 'Kiss' reconstruction. I did notice the difference in sound quality between the two edits. The radioeins edit was definitely inferior. I downloaded my copy of the radioeins edit from themetimeradio.com - I didn't notice the same drop-off in quality as is noticeable on your reconstruction. I wonder why the difference? Maybe my hearing! (LOL)


Thanks for the info. It seems the themetimeradio.com recording/rip of the Eins Live broadcast is better quality than the recording/rip I have. I'll try to update the composite version as soon as possible. The drop in quality on the Eins Live Elements has been bugging me from the start.


Did you ever get around to updating your composite?


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PostPosted: Tue November 6th, 2018, 19:19 GMT 
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May be it's a silly question but I don't know the answer; when was recorded this episode? I mean, this episode belongs to 1st, 2nd or 3rd season .... ¿?


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PostPosted: Tue November 6th, 2018, 20:50 GMT 
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jcastro wrote:
May be it's a silly question but I don't know the answer; when was recorded this episode? I mean, this episode belongs to 1st, 2nd or 3rd season .... ¿?


There are no silly questions when it comes to TTRH. :D Internal evidence points it as an unaired Season 3 episode, as the associate producer is named as "Nina Fitzgerald" before she apparently got married to another jazz great and became "Nina Washington." I assume Ben Rollins and Sonny Webster attended the ceremony.

For those interested, I did an annotation of this, our to date last TTRHat Dreamtime here... http://www.dreamtimepodcast.com/2015/02 ... -kiss.html


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PostPosted: Wed November 7th, 2018, 09:08 GMT 
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Fred@Dreamtime wrote:
jcastro wrote:
May be it's a silly question but I don't know the answer; when was recorded this episode? I mean, this episode belongs to 1st, 2nd or 3rd season .... ¿?


There are no silly questions when it comes to TTRH. :D Internal evidence points it as an unaired Season 3 episode, as the associate producer is named as "Nina Fitzgerald" before she apparently got married to another jazz great and became "Nina Washington." I assume Ben Rollins and Sonny Webster attended the ceremony.

For those interested, I did an annotation of this, our to date last TTRHat Dreamtime here... http://www.dreamtimepodcast.com/2015/02 ... -kiss.html

Thanks a lot Fred :)


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PostPosted: Wed December 12th, 2018, 13:34 GMT 
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Better quality version:

Theme Time Radio Hour Show # 101
February 11, 2015 – "Kiss" (complete version)

New composite of all elements included in German broadcast (Radio Eins) and British broadcast (BBC).
The BBC broadcast forms the basis of the composite version. Missing elements were added from the German broadcast.
The German broadcast now comes from a better quality source than the one available in early 2015, so there no longer is a drop in quality on those parts.

single file mp3: https://www.mediafire.com/file/f2d41o7e ... 1.zip/file
split file flac: https://www.mediafire.com/file/jb57rehs ... l.zip/file

duration: 60:53

sources: Radio Eins stream rip and BBC stream rip

edited in Audacity 2.0.5

edited by Mr. Echo in December 2018


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tracklist:

1. Intro by Ellen Barkin [music: Prelude To A Kiss – Ben Webster (excerpt)]
A Little Love, A Little Kiss – Eddie Lang (excerpt)
Clip from the film Casablanca (1942)
It‘s In His Kiss (The Shoop Shoop Song) – Betty Everett (1964)
2. Smooching – Mark Knopfler (excerpt)
Always Late With Your Kisses – Lefty Frizzell (1951)
3. I Will Survive – The Texas Gypsies (excerpt)
Sombra Que Besa – Trío Matamoros y Los Guaracheros De Oriente (excerpt)
Passionate Kisses – Lucinda Williams (1988)
4. Kissing At Midnight – Billy Boy Arnold (1957)
5. Kissing Is A Crime – The Original Carter Family (excerpt)
Kiss – Prince (1986)
Kiss Make Up (commercial featuring Rockin‘ In the U.S.A.)
Mistletoe legend
6. Kissing In The Dark – Memphis Minnie (1953)
7. Sealed With A Kiss – Artist Unknown (excerpt)
Clip from the film Naked Kiss (1964)
April Kisses – Eddie Lang (excerpt)
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye – Danny White (1963)
8. Pucker Paint – Huelyn Duvall (1960)
9. The story of Connie Francis [music: Lipstick Sunset – John Hiatt (excerpt)]
Lipstick On Your Collar – Connie Francis (1959)
10. (’Til) I Kissed You – The Everly Brothers (1959)
11. Lou Rossinhol – Geoffrey Mitchell Choir & Martin Best (excerpt)
Pepe Le Pew clip from Looney Tunes
Besame Mucho – Pérez Prado (excerpt)
Let‘s Kiss And Make Up – The Falcons (1963)
12. Smooch – Miles Davis (excerpt)
Baby Let Me Kiss You One More Time – Roy Head & The Traits (1958)
Clip from the film Junior Prom (1946)
13. The Kiss – Nicholas Hooper (excerpt)
Last Kiss – J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers (1964)
Kissing A Wolf – Johnny Klimek & Reinhold Heil (excerpt)
14. A Kiss To Build A Dream On – Louis Armstrong (1951)
Bob Dylan reads To A Kiss by Robert Burns [music: Romance de los Pinos – Andrés Segovia (excerpt)]
Kiss Urass Goodbye – Redd Foxx (excerpt)
Credits [music: Top Cat Jazzy Theme – Artist Unknown (excerpt)]


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PostPosted: Wed December 12th, 2018, 14:52 GMT 
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You are fanfuckingtastic!!! Thank you!


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