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Adventures in Sound is a free-form show that explores music spanning more than 120 years of recorded sound.
Since September 2005, host Dennis Campa has highlighted a variety of music from his collection of 20,000 plus records and cd's.
Among the sounds you may hear: century old recordings by noted vaudevillians; musical oddities only found in thrift stores; vintage blues & jazz sides; and records made by movie and television stars.
Many well known writers, historians, deejays, and musicians have been interviewed on the show over the years. A personal show highlight was a phone interview with Dr. Demento in October 2009.
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You can always hear the two most recent episdes of the show here: http://www.radiofreeamerica.com/show/adventures-in-sound-koop-radio
More play lists from the last several years can be found here: http://koop.radioactivity.fm/show.html?showoid=438
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James Reese Europe
The Great War
"Hell Fighters" Band
Europe's Society Orchestra
Complete Pathe Recordings
Blues Master Works
The Master of Slide Guitar
Blues Classics by Kokomo Arnold & Peetie Wheatstraw
Whose Muddy Shoes
The Complete Recordings
The Complete Fire & Enjoy Sessions Part 2
The Chocolate Watchband
Melts in Your Brain...Not on Your Wrist!
The Last Session
Tune in to Adventures in Sound as we celebrate Irving Berlin's birth anniversary!
Berlin, one of America's greatest songwriters, was born on May 11, 1888 in Russia; he died on September 22, 1989(!) in New York City.
Tune in May 5 on Adventures in Sound for a birthday celebration of one of the great blues artists!
April 20 is the 110th birth anniversary of bandleader/vibraphonist/drummer Lionel Hampton.
We'll celebrate Hamp's birthday on April 21 with classic recordings with Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, and many more!
At the Harry Ransom Center, there's currently an exhibit on Vaudeville.
Handbills, posters, props, vintage recordings and film are all on display (it runs through July 15).