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on Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:42 pm
I've just finished getting the "Beach Boys Calendar" in place. I started two days ago. The reason why it has taken so long to set up can be summed up in one word: Tapatalk.

A normal, poster-friendly service would show the codes when a topic is in Edit or Quote mode. This makes it easier to transfer posts whilst retaining all the codes for italics, bold type, font sizes, etc. Not so our friend (first appropriately mistyped fiend).

In Tapatalk's Edit and Quote modes, what you see is no different from what any browser sees. Although this looks promising (all the colours, font sizes, italics, etc are seemingly in place when pasted into your Word document), when
it comes to repasting it online, it reverts to a single neutral format. That's when the air is liable to turn blue and the laborious task of reconstructing the original can begin.

No doubt Ms Mod will accuse me of rambling and being vague, although of course this is anything but true.

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

on Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:51 pm
Mr. K wrote:I've just finished getting the "Beach Boys Calendar" in place. I started two days ago. The reason why it has taken so long to set up can be summed up in one word: Tapatalk.

A normal, poster-friendly service would show the codes when a topic is in Edit or Quote mode. This makes it easier to transfer posts whilst retaining all the codes for italics, bold type, font sizes, etc. Not so our friend (first appropriately mistyped fiend).

In Tapatalk's Edit and Quote modes, what you see is no different from what any browser sees. Although this looks promising (all the colours, font sizes, italics, etc are seemingly in place when pasted into your Word document), when
it comes to repasting it online, it reverts to a single neutral format. That's when the air is liable to turn blue and the laborious task of reconstructing the original can begin.

No doubt Ms Mod will accuse me of rambling and being vague, although of course this is anything but true.

Vague. Rambling. Ban until the year 1557058279.

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

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Mr. K wrote:I've just finished getting the "Beach Boys Calendar" in place. I started two days ago. The reason why it has taken so long to set up can be summed up in one word: Tapatalk.

A normal, poster-friendly service would show the codes when a topic is in Edit or Quote mode. This makes it easier to transfer posts whilst retaining all the codes for italics, bold type, font sizes, etc. Not so our friend (first appropriately mistyped fiend).

In Tapatalk's Edit and Quote modes, what you see is no different from what any browser sees. Although this looks promising (all the colours, font sizes, italics, etc are seemingly in place when pasted into your Word document), when
it comes to repasting it online, it reverts to a single neutral format. That's when the air is liable to turn blue and the laborious task of reconstructing the original can begin.

No doubt Ms Mod will accuse me of rambling and being vague, although of course this is anything but true.

John, and on Tapatalk when editing a post, if you click the 3 dotted lines at the top "..." it brings the post into the advanced edit mode where you see it all and not the final preview. Not the no difference which you and us see.

Hope this helps? Saying that though. Bob shut the place down, so it's gone. Smile

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

on Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:51 am
Cool Cool Water wrote:John, and on Tapatalk when editing a post, if you click the 3 dotted lines at the top "..." it brings the post into the advanced edit mode where you see it all and not the final preview. Not the no difference which you and us see.

Hope this helps? Saying that though. Bob shut the place down, so it's gone. Smile

Yes, it's gone! Thanks anyway.

It's great to be able to choose font sizes in between the standard ones again. I've just been putting the finishing touches to the Brian Jones topic and heard some fine music along the way. What a talent, what a waste of a young life...

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

on Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:02 pm
I do believe I've reinstated everything I retrieved from our previous home. Even The Beard of Love is in place...

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Mr. K wrote:I do believe I've reinstated everything I retrieved from our previous home. Even The Beard of Love is in place...

Great work, John! Cool

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on Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:56 am
Cool Cool Water wrote:
Mr. K wrote:I do believe I've reinstated everything I retrieved from our previous home. Even The Beard of Love is in place...

Great work, John! Cool

Thanks, Rich. One thing I still have to do is tidy up TBOL. Not the grammar or the typos, basically just removing gaps between characters that shouldn't be there and adding them where they should be. That's all. I'll do it bit by bit in my spare moments...

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

on Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:51 am
Mr. K wrote:
Cool Cool Water wrote:
Mr. K wrote:I do believe I've reinstated everything I retrieved from our previous home. Even The Beard of Love is in place...

Great work, John! Cool

Thanks, Rich. One thing I still have to do is tidy up TBOL. Not the grammar or the typos, basically just removing gaps between characters that shouldn't be there and adding them where they should be. That's all. I'll do it bit by bit in my spare moments...

And even that's done now, up to and including Colin's fragment Makarios: The Wilderness Years, which is very funny.

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Re: Tapatalk and the Business of Relocating Posts from There to Here

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And even that's done now, up to and including Colin's fragment Makarios: The Wilderness Years, which is very funny.

Great work as always, John! We're all part of keeping this rocking-cool ship floating! Cool

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on Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:21 am
Yesterday I discovered you can retrieve single pages from there as a cache but this seems to be restricted to the old Quote Topic. Nothing
else seems to work. Still, that topic was composed of hundreds of unrelated posts so there was no way anyone was going to go through
it before the board was closed down. So this could be very handy if ever anyone thinks of an old quote they'd like to have on the new board.

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Mr. K wrote:Yesterday I discovered you can retrieve single pages from there as a cache but this seems to be restricted to the old Quote Topic. Nothing
else seems to work. Still, that topic was composed of hundreds of unrelated posts so there was no way anyone was going to go through
it before the board was closed down. So this could be very handy if ever anyone thinks of an old quote they'd like to have on the new board.

A great find, John!

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on Sat Aug 25, 2018 8:58 pm
This is a list of topics from the old Bored, some of which have been resumed here and others renamed. Most, however, are now lost in the mists of time:

~THE CAST~
The (ahem) "classic five"

Brian Wilson
tracks-brian-re-wrote-t58.html
quotes-and-imitations-brian-does-other-artists-t98.html
the-many-instruments-of-b-d-wilson-t101.html
the-brian-wilson-thread-t905.html
BW side projects
pray-for-surf-brian-s-non-bb-productions-t386.html
american-spring-t911.html
Carl Wilson
the-carl-wilson-thread-t109.html
carl-wilson-his-solo-tour-t824.html
Dennis Wilson
a-few-thoughts-on-dennis-t151.html
dennis-wilson-interview-1980-t697.html
Mike Love
whole-lotta-love-t76.html
Alan Jardine
in-appreciation-of-alan-jardine-t13.html
al-news-t152.html
great-interview-with-al-jardine-t209.html
al-jardine-w-neil-young-interlude-campf ... -t903.html

The others collectively...
not-the-classic-five-the-other-beach-boys-t829.html
...and individually
David Marks
is-david-marks-an-original-beach-boy-t780.html
the-lost-beach-boy-a-warm-applause-for- ... -t992.html
Bruce Johnston
the-great-bruce-johnston-t998.html
Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar
blondie-and-ricky-the-almost-forgotten- ... -t999.html

Not to forget...
Van Dyke Parks
think-yiddish-speak-british-the-van-dyk ... -t723.html
Jack Rieley
a-life-of-rieley-t986.html
Glen Campbell
glen-and-the-boys-t633.html#p8288
Murry Wilson
some-thoughts-on-murry-wilson-t241.html
Eugene Landy
eugene-landy-a-therapist-overturned-by-greed-t1112.html
John Stamos
the-john-stamos-factor-love-him-or-hate-him-t732.html
California Saga
california-saga-t822.html

~THE ALBUMS~
Studio albums

Everything prior to SD(ASN)
the-all-albums-up-to-and-including-toda ... t1151.html
Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!)
oh-those-summer-days-and-summer-nights-t1048.html
Beach Boys Party!
beach-boys-party-uncovered-and-unplugged-t1191.html
beach-boys-party-the-originals-t1198.html
Pet Sounds
brian-wilson-says-pet-sounds-isn-t-as-g ... -t575.html
correcting-a-glaring-omission-the-pet-s ... -t749.html
Smiley Smile
the-smiley-smile-thread-t487.html
my-rare-1967-original-mono-pressing-of- ... -t499.html
Wild Honey
it-s-not-too-late-the-wild-honey-topic-t1137.html
1967-sunshine-tomorrow-wild-honey-in-stereo-t1265.html
Friends / 20/20
the-friends-and-20-20-twofer-topic-t1160.html
Stack-O-Tracks
stack-o-tracks-a-panic-release-which-ma ... t1060.html
Sunflower
it-s-about-time-the-sunflower-topic-t1020.html
Surf's Up!
your-favourite-song-on-surf-s-up-1971-t183.html
Carl and the Passions----So Tough
hold-on-dear-brother-carl-and-the-passi ... -t417.html
Holland
holland-t469.html
the-suns-of-tomorrows-holland-revisited-t743.html
15 Big Ones
15-big-ones-what-is-the-verdict-t449.html
Love You
that-kind-of-album-the-beach-boys-love-you-t1018.html
love-you-the-beach-boys-and-outsider-music-t1072.html
M.I.U.
m-i-u-t85.html
L.A. (Light Album)
good-timin-the-l-a-light-album-topic-t1119.html
Carl Wilson (CW)
a-great-track-from-carl-wilson-s-1st-so ... 89-10.html
Youngblood (CW)
youngblood-to-get-offical-c-d-reissue-t200.html
The Beach Boys
the-beach-boys-1985-album-t1096.html
Summer in Paradise
now-wouldn-t-it-be-nice-the-summer-in-p ... -t256.html
Imagination (BW)
imagination-revisited-t735.html
A Postcard From California (AJ)
help-promote-a-postcard-from-california-t162.html
Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin (BW)
can-t-believe-no-one-gives-it-a-mention-t268.html
Smile/Brian Wilson Presents Smile/The Smile Sessions
alan-reveals-summer-release-of-smile-sessions-t476.html
smile-it-s-official-t514.html
will-the-real-smile-please-stand-up-t546.html
box-set-t624.html
smile-sessions-what-package-is-everybod ... -t672.html
smile-sessions-webisodes-on-youtube-t676.html
now-the-dust-has-settled-smile-t786.html
That's Why God Made the Radio
that-s-why-god-made-the-radio-new-bb-album-t807.html
post-your-thoughts-re-that-s-why-god-ma ... -t823.html
No Pier Pressure
no-pier-pressure-its-own-topic-after-all-t1148.html

Live albums
thoughts-on-the-live-albums-t37.html
thoughts-on-the-live-at-knebworth-album-t296.html

Others
beach-boys-compilations-t150.html
lei-d-in-hawaii-another-failure-followi ... -t844.html

~THE BEACH BOYS LIVE~
california-calling-the-beach-boys-live-t1141.html

~THE SONGS~
Individual songs

forever-1988-with-carl-singing-it-t33.html
what-you-do-to-me-live-with-the-beach-boy-1983-t53.html
do-you-consider-don-t-fight-the-sea-a-b ... g-t73.html
was-sea-cruise-supposed-to-be-on-15-big-ones-t105.html
download-the-like-in-i-love-you-from-br ... -t159.html
recording-of-when-i-grow-up-to-be-a-man-1964-t245.html
don-t-worry-baby-is-it-just-me-t257.html
the-2nd-ever-performance-of-the-song-go ... -t271.html
brian-wilson-performs-night-time-live-1988-t294.html
that-s-why-god-made-the-radio-preview-t796.html
aruba-jamaica-kokomo-a-song-to-polarize ... t1033.html
if-one-song-deserves-its-own-topic-it-s ... t1186.html

Songs in general
covers-of-beach-boys-songs-t47.html
moved-songs-inspired-by-the-music-of-br ... -t172.html
for-better-or-worse-songs-the-beach-boy ... -t553.html
songs-that-mention-the-beach-boys-t663.html
beach-boys-background-vocals-for-other- ... -t857.html
do-it-again-beach-boys-songs-in-new-guises-t870.html
merry-christmas-baby-seasonal-songs-fro ... t1203.html

Naughty stuff
general-beach-boys-bootleg-discussion-t11.html
officially-unreleased-the-illicit-stuff-t1057.html
the-paley-sessions-still-awaiting-offic ... t1195.html

~THE REST~
Fiftieth anniversary

beach-boys-50th-anniversary-special-on- ... 1-t77.html
what-would-you-like-to-see-for-the-anni ... -t391.html
the-beach-boys-50th-anniversary-t711.html

Reunion
reunion-news-t142.html
al-says-there-will-be-a-reunion-tour-but-t216.html
new-billboard-article-no-beach-boys-reu ... -t223.html
we-re-gettin-the-band-back-together-t272.html
beach-boys-reunion-t475.html
beach-boys-semi-reunion-t483.html
say-it-is-so-brian-t566.html
raleigh-nc-04-29-2012-t803.html
the-beach-boys-royal-albert-hall-septem ... -t848.html

Post-reunion
mike-bruce-beach-boys-performing-gigs-s ... -t853.html

Media
bb-websites-you-must-visit-t4.html
beach-boys-on-the-small-screen-t44.html
the-beach-boys-to-appear-on-rockband-3-t353.html
brian-wilson-songwriter-1962-1969-dvd-t381.html
beach-boys-endless-summer-tv-series-t453.html
upcoming-video-release-carl-wilson-here ... -t505.html
the-bbs-and-the-printed-page-discussing ... -t545.html
mojo-60-s-mag-ordered-t611.html
the-beach-boys-faq-book-by-jon-stebbins-t643.html
beach-boys-at-the-2012-grammy-awards-t751.html
quotes-that-namecheck-the-beach-boys-t852.html
cast-of-new-beach-boys-biopic-t982.html
breaking-news-on-smiley-t1139.html
beach-boys-music-used-in-commercials-t1163.html
love-and-mercy-in-one-word-brilliant-t1164.html
i-ve-seen-that-face-before-the-pet-soun ... t1221.html

Miscellaneous
who-will-be-considered-greater-beach-bo ... -t133.html
i-m-so-young-and-other-information-of-i ... -t217.html
the-guy-in-the-orange-top-t392.html
stoked-the-instrumental-in-beach-boys-history-t721.html
add-some-music-other-instruments-in-bb- ... -t741.html
random-announcements-and-bb-news-t787.html
new-stereo-mono-remastered-cds-t869.html
beach-boys-ephemera-collection-t882.html
a-beach-boys-picture-gallery-t997.html
beach-boys-acoustic-acapella-instrument ... t1083.html
baambrugge-the-topic-for-info-on-bbc-studios-t1136.html

And, to end on a self-indulgent note...
john-k-s-bb-related-creative-stuff-t972.html

OTHER ARTISTS INDEX
ABBA: thank-you-for-the-music-the-abba-thread-t63.html
AQUA: come-on-barbie-let-s-go-party-the-aqua-topic-t1055.html
THE BEATLES: the-beatles-appreciation-thread-t266.html
---- the-beatles-live-in-japan-1966-t224.html
---- thoughts-on-johnny-and-the-moondogs-t22.html
THE BEE GEES: man-in-the-middle-the-bee-gees-thread-t788.html
CHUCK BERRY: a-chuck-berry-jukebox-t1107.html
BLACK SABBATH: heaven-and-hell-the-black-sabbath-thread-t284.html
DAVID BOWIE: the-stars-are-out-tonight-new-bowie-anyone-t937.html
KATE BUSH: wish-upon-a-star-looking-for-kate-bush-t1061.html
THE BYRDS: i-love-the-byrds-t21.html
CALIFORNIA SAGA: california-saga-t822.html
CAPTAIN BEEFHEART: captain-beefheart-a-true-renegade-master-t75.html
CLANNAD: the-gaelic-grace-of-clannad-t477.html
THE CORAL: won-tickets-to-see-the-coral-at-the-roy ... -t387.html
DEVO: are-we-not-men-the-devo-thread-t350.html
DONOVAN: the-wine-s-just-fine-donovan-a-minstrel ... -t907.html
THE DOORS: riders-on-the-storm-any-doors-fans-t973.html
NICK DRAKE: nick-drake-t321.html
DURAN DURAN: duran-duran-appreciation-thread-t674.html
BOB DYLAN: it-takes-a-train-to-cry-bob-dylan-revisited-t613.html
THE EAGLES: the-eagles-t325.html
EELS: eels-t188.html
---- i-like-the-eeels-do-you-like-the-eels-t795.html
ENYA: harmonic-convergences-the-music-of-enya-t211.html
FALCO: rock-me-amadeus-the-falco-thread-t922.html
FLEET FOXES: fleeting-musical-glimpses-of-the-fleet-foxes-t744.html
FLEETWOOD MAC: fleetwood-mac-t326.html
THE FOUR SEASONS: east-meets-west-the-four-seasons-thread-t942.html
FREE: sound-of-free-rodgers-fraser-kossoff-kirke-t538.html
ROBERT FRIPP: the-unfolding-process-robert-fripp-stuff-t1051.html
PETER GABRIEL: watched-by-empty-silhouettes-the-peter- ... -t753.html
GEORGE HARRISON: george-harrison-a-tribute-t262.html
DAN HARTMAN: dan-hartman-more-than-just-a-pretty-face-t154.html
DON HENLEY: don-henley-t323.html
BUDDY HOLLY: buddy-holly-his-influence-short-life-t1046.html
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE: jefferson-something-or-other-t1121.html
ELTON JOHN: music-by-elton-john-lyrics-by-bernie-ta ... html#p5942
BRIAN JONES: brian-jones-the-stone-that-fell-t617.html
THE KINGSMEN: the-kingsmen-s-interminable-career-sinc ... t1231.html
THE KINKS: your-fave-kinks-albums-t134.html
---- god-save-the-kinks-the-band-of-britain-anyone-t951.html
KRAFTWERK: kraftwerk-innovators-of-synthpop-t286.html
PETER LACEY: these-days-those-days-the-music-of-pete ... -t698.html
LED ZEPPELIN: does-anyone-like-led-zeppelin-t757.html
JOHN LENNON: walls-bridges-a-tribute-to-john-lennon-t346.html
LOVE: love-the-band-not-the-four-letter-word-t308.html
JEFF LYNNE: jeff-lynne-t768.html
MANFRED MANN: all-good-stuff-the-five-faces-of-manfre ... t1210.html
ADAM MARSLAND: go-west-the-music-of-adam-marsland-t1144.html
LINDA MCCARTNEY: linda-mccartney-t215.html
PAUL MCCARTNEY: paul-mccartney-t79.html
---- however-absurd-the-paul-mccartney-thread-t378.html
JOE MEEK: joe-meek-a-new-world-of-sound-t210.html
THE MONKEES: hey-hey-we-re-the-monkees-t342.html
THE MONKS: the-monks-progenitors-of-punk-rock-t320.html
THE MOODY BLUES: the-moody-blues-are-my-cup-of-tea-t309.html
NINE INCH NAILS: fragile-ghosts-and-downward-spirals-nin ... -t817.html
NIRVANA: nirvana-inglewood-1993-and-elsewhere-t557.html
JACK NITZSCHE: hard-working-man-a-jack-nitzsche-topic-t1216.html
GARY NUMAN: we-are-glass-numan-at-the-nuboard-t97.html
LAURA NYRO: laura-nyro-t805.html#p10712
VAN DYKE PARKS: think-yiddish-speak-british-the-van-dyk ... -t723.html
PINK FLOYD: pink-floyd-not-later-but-earlier-t641.html
ELVIS PRESLEY: the-elvis-thread-t855.html
SERGEI PROKOFIEV: prokofiev-t1067.html
JOHN RENBOURN: john-renbourn-an-artist-t771.html
THE ROLLING STONES: the-rolling-stones-t1062.html
THE SHAMEN: ready-for-the-storm-the-music-of-the-shamen-t1264.html
THE SHANGRI LAS: myrmidons-of-melodrama-the-shangri-las-topic-t372.html
SIMON AND GARFUNKEL: they-had-a-groovy-thing-goin-the-simon- ... -t927.html
SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE: everybody-is-a-star-the-legacy-of-sly-stone-t571.html
SPARKS: the-ron-birthday-sparks-mael-topic-thingie-t1173.html
SKIP SPENCE: skip-spence-t1162.html
STEELY DAN: time-out-of-mind-a-steely-dan-jukebox-t640.html
TALK TALK: talk-talk-from-synthpop-to-post-rock-t491.html
THE TRAVELING WILBURYS: the-traveling-wilburys-t42.html
U2: mysterious-ways-the-u2-topic-t3.html
THE VELVET UNDERGROUND AND NICO: after-hours-the-velvet-underground-and-beyond-t620.html
THE WHO: from-5-15-to-905-the-who-by-numbers-t939.html
YOKO ONO: approximately-infinite-universe-the-yok ... -t385.html
NEIL YOUNG: everybody-knows-this-is-neil-young-t1034.html
FRANK ZAPPA: put-off-for-long-enough-a-frank-zappa-thread-t1211.html

Here are two general topics you may wish to dip into:
LOUIE LOUIE: the-louie-louie-thread-t259.html
DUTCH POP: going-dutch-pop-in-the-land-of-windmill ... -t550.html

Not to forget three unique features of this board:
A BOARD ANTHEM: do-you-like-good-music-t250.html
AN EPIC TALE: the-beard-of-love-saved-from-oblivion-t192.html
CRAZY EIGHTS: crazy-eights-a-topic-for-random-musical-lists-t46.html

Eight historical topics:
1950s: the-party-begins-music-of-the-1950s-t506.html
1960s: the-decade-this-board-forgot-1960-1969-t1149.html
1966: 1966-the-year-it-all-came-together-t730.html#p9650
1970s: stack-o-tracks-from-the-from-the-feel-g ... -t147.html
1980s: it-s-like-stacks-o-tracks-80s-like-tota ... html#p7664
1990s: the-nondescript-nineties-not-a-bit-of-it-t462.html
2000s: the-2000s-a-music-odyssey-i-t623.html
2010s: the-2010s-a-music-odyssey-ii-t1260.html

And two older topics that would sink like a stone if they weren't linked here:
OLD RECORD PARADE: old-record-parade-t17.html
THE OTHER ARTISTS JUKEBOX: the-other-artists-jukebox-t885.html

Lastly, some assorted genres (in order of appearance):
SECOND VIENNESE SCHOOL: schoenberg-anyone-t24.html
CLASSICAL: brahms-and-liszt-t26.html
BLUES/R&B: blues-and-r-b-t122.html
NOVELTY: novelty-songs-here-since-the-dawn-of-mankind-t157.html
AMBIENT I: ambient-music-mood-before-melody-t177.html
INSTRUMENTALS: instrumentally-speaking-t253.html
SAMPLING: sample-sampler-samplest-t276.html
MOTOWN: the-motown-thread-t329.html
RAP: rap-it-s-everywhere-t333.html
SURF/HOT ROD: surfing-and-hot-rod-tunes-by-other-artists-t352-10.html
HORROR: music-for-halloween-and-other-scary-moments-t355.html
JAZZ I: jazz-s-uneasy-relationship-with-pop-rock-t368.html
CHRISTMAS: rockin-around-that-christmas-tree-t405.html
FREAKOUT: freak-out-songs-that-go-a-little-crazy-t473.html
LIGHT CLASSICAL: music-for-the-long-hairs-classical-mast ... -t508.html
ELECTRONIC: theremin-co-early-electronic-instruments-t523.html
PUNK: the-juke-rock-punk-box-t540.html
RENAISSANCE: renaissance-music-1400-1600-t727.html
METAL: losing-my-insanity-a-heavy-metal-thread-t790.html
AMBIENT II: hearts-of-space-slow-music-for-fast-times-t936.html
JAZZ II: make-a-jazz-noise-here-from-armstrong-to-zorn-t962.html
MEDIEVAL: medieval-music-t966.html
OUTSIDER: the-weird-and-wonderful-world-of-outsid ... -t969.html
NEW ROMANTICISM: is-it-a-dream-new-romanticism-in-pop-t1047.html
BAROQUE: baroque-music-1600-1750-t1054.html
DISCO: yes-there-are-umm-some-good-disco-tunes-t958.html
GOTHIC: alone-in-darkened-rooms-goth-rock-and-o ... t1093.html
NORTHERN SOUL: northern-soul-the-landlocked-legacy-t1094.html
2 TONE: the-specials-2-tone-and-the-whole-movement-t1105.html
60S GIRL GROUPS: popsicles-and-icicles-girl-groups-of-th ... t1127.html
ULTRALONG: goin-on-forever-the-thread-for-very-ver ... t1132.html
COUNTRY: beach-boys-forums-country-bunker-t1177.html
SOUL: try-a-little-tenderness-a-soul-jukebox-t1183.html
KRAUTROCK: krautrock-what-s-in-a-name-t1174.html
MACABRE: welcome-to-the-dark-realms-the-macabre- ... t1199.html
SITARS: a-cat-being-strangled-sitar-sounds-in-pop-t1208.html
CHORAL: sweet-singing-in-the-choir-a-choral-mis ... t1227.html

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That's some archive information from our old place!
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