On That Note: Go Right to the Source

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Jan 29, 2010
Welcome back to “On That Note,” CF’s weekly music exploration, hosted by @MeanDean, @CycloneRulzzz and cyclones500.

For this segment, post songs that include title/lyrics about methods of music delivery or media. That includes a reference to: Radio, record, stereo, tape, single, CD, jukebox, phonograph, video … et. al. Also acceptable: Specifics like radio station call-letters, record label names, MTV and such.

Does not qualify: Band names that incorporate the above (e.g., Radiohead) unless, of course, songs by those groups include the topical references.

If a selection isn't part of the title or obvious throughout the lyrics, include a reference to the line along with your clip.
Here’s one from the “radio” category to get us on the air. Let's go!

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Jul 13, 2008
Nevada, IA

Take my hand, stop, put Van the Man on the jukebox

Tell the driver make the radio play, and I'm singing like

Well I'm-a write a little letter
I'm gonna mail it to my local D.J.
Yeah and it's a jumpin' little record
I want my jockey to play


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Jan 5, 2009
Blue Grass IA-Jensen Beach FL

"Well they went and cut the record the record hit the chart
And someone in the newspaper said "It was art."

Well they cut another record it never was a hit
And someone in the newspaper said that it was ****
The drummer is a bookie and the singer is a *****
The bass player's selling 'cause he never would have won."
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