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    Default For fans of old time radio

    Post edited to show the licensed link to Abbot and Costello's Who's on First.

    See folks it can be good and legally free.
    Last edited by Khaymen; 03-Mar-2010 at 16:47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khaymen View Post
    I have the original radio broadcast of "Who's on first" by Abbot and Costello.

    You may download it Here.
    How marvelous for you, Khaymen, that you found that classic recording.

    Did you obtain a written license from the copyright owner before offering to share it on-line?

    You realize that the copyright holder is still very much in the business of licensing use of all Abbot and Costello material. Much of the money this collected is donated to worthy charities.

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    Wow that realy neat. I love some of the old music like jazz and such.

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    Well, even if we can't share the copyrighted stuff, I am a fan of old-time radio, and I love "Who's on First."

    iTunes has a bunch of podcasts available (if you search "Old Time Radio," they'll show up). They have horror, comedy, thrillers, suspense. They're really good quality and they're neat because they're the real recordings from the 40s-50s.

    And if you don't have iTunes, I'm sure you can find something by googling "Old Time Radio podcasts."

    Plus, they're free.

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