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July 9, 2003 7:53 AM   Subscribe


 
Awesome. Just for the link on preachin' Aimee. Thanks plep.
posted by graventy at 8:10 AM on July 9, 2003


Ditto, for the same reasons. I've always been amazed by Sister Aimee.
posted by Katemonkey at 8:40 AM on July 9, 2003


Not to knock plep's excellent find at all...the site seems to be vintage 1999 and so you might be disappointed by the tiny partial-motion RealPlayer clips of the movies and such.

The "broadcast day" archive is a treasure trove of Golden Age radio programming.

I know I blogged about this site at some point but had sort of forgotten about it until this post. Thanks, as always, plep!
posted by briank at 9:28 AM on July 9, 2003


No, thankyou for the pointer briank (this is why discussions about links are a Good Thing!).
posted by plep at 9:30 AM on July 9, 2003


Thanks, plep! Getting into the Chrysler Building section at the moment.
posted by carter at 10:40 AM on July 9, 2003


oooh, I love the '30's. As a former film student, the '30's produced some amazing films. Thanks, Plep! I have a feeling I won't get any more done today after seeing this.
posted by greengrl at 1:11 PM on July 9, 2003


Thank you plep...very interesting stuff to surf!

I love the Robert Johnson page, which begs the question - did Robert Johnson sell his soul at the crossroads?
posted by madamjujujive at 6:05 PM on July 9, 2003


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