Housekeeping Matter #14:
Testing a New Feature

Please bear with me a few moments, folks; there was really no other way to do this.

Starting soon, If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger . . . will have a new feature for its visitors.

In the interests of boilerplate, this and all future downloadable mp3 files are offered for purely educational, non-commercial purposes. All we ask is that you, please, leave a comment letting us know how it works out.

Testing . . . one . . . two . . . THREE!


Josh said...

Works fine for me!

Richard Gibson said...

Works fine in England too. Is it something from Harry Smith's Anthology?

Tom Sutpen said...

No, it's not from Smith's AoAFM, but it's from the same epoch most of those recordings came from. It's Mississippi John Hurt's 1928 OKeh recording, Louis Collins.

Bill said...

Sounds great here in Texas.

Brent McKee said...

Sounds great here too (although I probably shouldn't have listened to it while also listening to Radio 2). I'm glad you've chosen to avoid the trap too many bloggers encounter of having a piece of music on the site that starts automatically and which you have to find on the page to stop - or worse can't stop. In this case the file was entirely optional which is good.