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    The big band song they play at the beginning of radio broadcasts and all that. Anyone know where I can get that?

  • #2
    From the game thread:
    QUOTE(Guppy @ Oct 8 2005, 08:50 PM) Quoted post

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    QUOTE(ItsOnlyTheRiver @ Oct 8 2005, 08:41 PM) Quoted post

    Ive been meaning to ask this, does anyone know where to get that Blues theme song that is played at the begining of radio broadcasts. The one with the horns and what not...
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    It might be on their website

    http://www.stlouisblues.com
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    doubtful, and I don't feel like looking. Do you know what song I'm talking about JWB?
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    Probably not, since I haven't listened to the Blues on the radio yet this season.

    I just checked the website, and the only audio clips they have are the Blues Power theme, which doesn't work, and the foghorn.
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    Its not just on radio broadcasts, thats just the only example I can think of. You would know it if you heard it.
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    I know what you are talking about but have no idea who does it or where it could be found.
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    My guess is finding out via the radio station
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    • #3
      It's the 'St. Louis Blues March' by Glenn Miller

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      • #4
        All they need is a harmonica.

        http://www.volcano.net/~jackmearl/songs/bs...rn_to_lose.html



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        • #5
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          • #6
            Been awhile since I've been in St. Louis to hear a radio broadcast, but you aren't talking about the actual song "St. Louis Blues" are you? That's the one they used to play before radio games back in the day.

            If so, there are a gajillion versions out there, but I'm not sure who does the slow one that gets used for radio broadcasts--Louis Armstrong and Count Basie did the song with a much different rhythm.

            Nevamind. Double Ought got it dead-on.


            30-second clip right here.
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            • #7
              How about teh organ version?
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              • #8
                QUOTE(*007* @ Oct 9 2005, 10:41 AM) Quoted post

                It's the 'St. Louis Blues March' by Glenn Miller
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                QUOTE(triggercut1 @ Oct 9 2005, 10:53 AM) Quoted post

                Been awhile since I've been in St. Louis to hear a radio broadcast, but you aren't talking about the actual song "St. Louis Blues" are you? That's the one they used to play before radio games back in the day.

                If so, there are a gajillion versions out there, but I'm not sure who does the slow one that gets used for radio broadcasts--Louis Armstrong and Count Basie did the song with a much different rhythm.

                Nevamind. Double Ought got it dead-on.


                30-second clip right here.
                [/b][/quote]

                Thanks guys. I knew it would be something easy like that but I had no leads!

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                • #9
                  I might be smoking crack here, but didn't W.C. Handy write that? Just asking.

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                  • #10
                    i thought maybe you were talking about "Loser" by Beck.
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                    • #11
                      QUOTE(Celtic @ Oct 9 2005, 11:35 AM) Quoted post

                      I might be smoking crack here, but didn't W.C. Handy write that? Just asking.
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                      Yes he did.
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                      • #12
                        QUOTE(bigJOE @ Oct 9 2005, 12:12 PM) Quoted post

                        i thought maybe you were talking about "Loser" by Beck.
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                        • #13
                          I believe the Blues have decided to go for a more classical vibe this season in regards to their music. As such they decided to look back into some of the great music penned by the many fabulous composers of the 19th century, and seemed to have settled on a very telling piece of work by Frederic Chopin.

                          The Funeral March.
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