Tune in to hear tracks from CFUR's outgoing Music Director Britt A.M.'s top ten albums of 2017!
Now is the time to let your day melt away. Get into something comfortable and unwind with these chilled out tunes, won't you? The Drift with Britt A.M. airs Mondays and Thursdays at 10:00PM.
It's here! The Annual Christmas Show is nigh...with many great Christmas tunes coming your way by Mary Ann Kennedy (continuing the season's theme), Rita MacNeil, Fiona Mackenzie, the Barra MacNeils, and Coig....just to name a few.
Have a fantastic holiday season and all the best in the new year! Nollaig chridheil dhuibh uile agus gach deagh dhurachd 'sa bhliadhna ur!
Get ready to get a shot filled with 58.00 cc's of EG with Dr Nigel's Christmas Special 2
EG = Egg Nog
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King of Hubcaps. The Rolls Royce. Good enough to serve cheese from.
Nothing is perfect, nothing at all. So why should audio be? In Garage music, some audio intentionally peaks, or "clips" creating distortion. It's a fun tool to play with. When done artfully or creatively it can produce some pleasurable effects. At times though, it is not intentional, and it doesn't take an expert listener to pick up on clumsy use of distortion, or lack there of. So what is this "peaking" you speak of Hubcap? Well, peaking is a form of waveform distortion that occurs when an amplifier is overdriven and attempts to deliver an output voltage or current beyond its maximum capability. Driving an amplifier into clipping/peaking may cause it to output power in excess of its power rating. The God, Link Wray was known to make use of this technique and also cut slits into the paper cone of his amp to deliver a rattle on top of that distortion. Have a listen to this week's episode and see if you catch any. you may enjoy it more than you know.
On tonight's show, Christmas music is 3/4 of the line-up! Tune in for Fiona Mackenzie, Kathleen MacInnes, Rita MAcNeil, the Macdonald Brothers, Jeff Macdonald and more!
We have some goooood music in this world. If you can hear this, you're lucky to have ears. Pick up ear plugs at the hubcap stand any day during regular hours. Invest now, save later hen the price goes UP!
The waves have uncovered some slick tunes in the CFURadio digital library. Life is good.
According to Wikipedia:
- History through the lens of presidential nicknames: Donald Trump is nicknamed Lord Dampnut and The Donald. Barack Obama was nicknamed No Drama Obama and Bam. Bill Clinton was nicknamed Bubba, Slick Willie, The Comeback Kid, The First Black President, and The Big Dog. Ronald Reagan was nicknamed The Teflon President, and Richard Nixon Tricky Dick.
- "The first law of holes, or the law of holes, is an adage which states that 'if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.' Digging a hole makes it deeper and therefore harder to get back out, which is used as a metaphor that when in an untenable position, it is best to stop carrying on and exacerbating the situation"
- "The argument from poor design, also known as the dysteleological argument, is an argument against the existence of a creator God, based on the reasoning that an omnipotent and omnibenevolent God would not create organisms with the perceived suboptimal designs that can be seen in nature"
- "Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were portrayed by the US Mint on the 1925 Commemorative silver US half dollar, along with the words 'Stone Mountain'"
- In the "list of fictional astronauts as imagined before the Space Age.... Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars (1951) [depicts a]...secret expedition to Mars. Haggerty is accidentally left behind on Earth due to Miss Pickerell unexpectedly boarding [the] rocket"
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