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Yesterdays Hot Pipes radio programme on Angel Radio was advertised as being broadcast at 11.30 am yet was broadcast at 11.00am. And last weeks was advertised at 11.30 and was not broadcast another programme went out in it place so missed both episodes Stephen. ... See MoreSee Less
With thanks to Bill Coale via Chris Nichols.
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Today's half-hour release is held up because the software that generates the postings has developed a serious bug. Basically, I'm unable to post anything until it's fixed. Don't you just LOVE software updates? ... See MoreSee Less
**Hot Pipes 1-hour 268 – Requests Plus**
Today's show features some requests recently received 'plus' tracks that have caught my ear over the past few weeks while programming other shows. I've tried to keep the material melodic and upbeat in view of the 'deprivations' that we're all currently facing!
There's an 'extra' on the playlist that isn't mentioned in the podcast: a link to the Puget Sound TOS page containing a review of the Martha Lake record. It's a hoot...
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There appears to be a significant problem with downloads from my website with the server marking the files as mp3 whereas they are m4a. This could have happened when my hosting company upgraded their servers to a new Linux distribution. I am currently investigating, but like every other b**ody company, it's using the pandemic to cry "reduced service". ... See MoreSee Less
**Hot Pipes One-Hour 267**
Today's show pays tribute to **Ken Crome** and his Organ Company that was, from 1990, based in Reno, Nevada, with recordings from many of the organs that he rebuilt and installed.
Ken was involved with a very large number of installations in the USA, from complete restoration to installation and regulation and everything else in between. His woodworking talents were also extraordinary, crafting some of the most exquisite consoles such as the 5-manual in the Victorian Music Salon on the Sanfilippo estate.
I couldn't hope to cover his entire career in two hours, let alone the 69 minutes of today's show, but most of his major works are included. My thanks go to **Walt Strony** and **John Lauter** for sharing their knowledge about Kenny with me.
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Church humor 😂😂 ... See MoreSee Less