[inbox] [joe-frank-list] JF program descriptions online.
boojum at charter.net
Wed Dec 24 19:52:09 PST 2003
Way cool! This is a useful addition to the data on Joe. I have been
listening to him since his WBAI days. I used to catch him in the Bay
Area, too. Only recently did I find him on the internet, about 18
months ago, and collected a bunch of his shows. I have 149 shows, not
counting duplicates, all in MP3 format. None are from tapes off-air.
They are a great collection for me to dip into. "Trotsky" still
remains a favorite, perhaps because it made a real impression when I
first heard it or because it mixes historical fact with invention in a
clever and engaging way. How can we classify and describe what it is
about JF and his work?
Thanks for your work, Erik!
On Wed, 24 Dec 2003 19:31:50 -0800, Erik Shirokoff wrote:
>For several months now I've been writing out a short description of every Joe Frank program I listen to. The list has come in handy when deciding which programs to buy and to recommend to others, and for the odd name-that-show question.
>The program descriptions are now online in several different formats, in case anyone else finds them useful. I've also added some rudimentary categorization. At the moment I have 133 programs listed, and will add the rest in time.
>Enjoy! And feel free to send me any comments or corrections. The descriptions are very rough at the moment - essentially unedited notes made while listening to the programs. Someday I'll try to clean them up a bit.
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