RAP-CD-logo-2Welcome to the February 2004 RAP CD. We kick things off with a super demo from this months interview subject, Mary Collins. Track 2 is audio for this months Production 212 column from Dave Foxx. More creative commercial work fills out tracks 3 through 7. Promos are on tracks 8 through 17. Track 8 from Magnus Gavelin is in Swedish, but you don't need to speak the language to know this is a killer promo. As Magnus notes: "The promo is for a competition we called the Lord of the Ticket. We give our listeners the opportunity to win a golden ticket, which gives the winner entrance to all of our movie previews during 2004." Track 18 from Scott Clow is a timely State of the Union montage featuring the famous Howard Dean screech! Track 19 from Keni Clark is a nicely done remix. Keni notes: "This is an interesting mix I pieced together when I noticed a Gothic Metal band named Godhead covered the Beatles classic. The timing was great so I pieced the old with the new and added a few surprises." Track 20 offers some cool song intros. Track 21 is a new twist on homemade jingles, and we wrap it up with a strange piece from Pete Bunch (VO) and Daren Thomas (producer) which consists of some outtakes from a medical VO session. This is what happens when you get sidetracked from your real work!

1. Demo from Mary Collins, The Collins Communication Group, Morrisville, Vermont, mary[at]marylcollins.com
2. Production 212 audio, Dave Foxx, Z100, New York, davefoxx[at]clearchannel.com
3. Port Cape Lady, Bryan Young, KGKS, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, bryany[at]zrgmail.com
4. Island Snow/Timmy, Andrew Murdoch, SILK-FM, Kelowna, BC, Canada, andrew[at]silk.fm
5. Valentines Retreat, Lee Rugen, Moody Broadcasting, Chicago, Illinois, (312) 329-4285
6. Island Outfitters - Fish Song, Steve Schippanoski, 100.3 The Q, Victoria, BC, Canada, Ship[at]theQ.fm
7. Sonny Boy Sanitation, David L. Strickland, WGNY-FM, Newburgh, New York, dave[at]hits1031.com
8. Lord of the Ticket, Magnus Gavelin, Radio City 107.3, Gothenburg, Sweden, Magnus.Gavelin[at]radiocity.se
9. John Mayer, AJ McKay, WABB-AM/FM, Mobile, Alabama, production[at]wabb.com
10. KRAB 2-in-a-Row, Phat Matt, Clear Channel, Bakersfield, California, PhatMatt[at]clearchannel.com
11. Live Lunch, Ian Fish, 100.7 Heart FM, The Midlands, United Kingdom, ian.fish[at]chrysalisradio.co.uk
12. Jeff Levy's "On Computers" Show, Dot Cannon, KFI-AM, Los Angeles, California, dotandrob[at]earthlink.net
13. Indiana Jobline, Johnny George, Susquehanna Indianapolis, jgeorge[at]indyradio.com
14. KS95 No Wicky Wicky, Jym Geraci, KS95, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, (651) 642-4141
15. Blind Date Encore, Scott Clements, The Wolf, Regina, SK, Canada, sclements[at]thewolfrocks.com
16. Uncle Scotty's Hottub, Terry "Tunes" Miller, KSCB-FM, Liberal, Kansas, terry[at]kscb.net
17. MIB Product Promos, Chris Wrapson, Beacon FM, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, chris.wrapson[at]creation.com
18. State of the Union Montage, Scott Clow, Jackson Radio Works, Jackson, Michigan, scott[at]k1053.com
19. Eleanor Rig-mix, Keni Clark, NCI-FM, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, keni_c[at]canada.com
20. Song Intros, Chris Pottage, Rogers Radio, Toronto, Ont., Canada, cpottage[at]rci.rogers.com
21. WBYR Jingles, Chadd Pierce, WBYR-FM, Fort Wayne, Indiana, thebearsdick[at]989thebear.com
22. VO Freak Out, Pete Bunch, Spoken Work Images, spknwordim[at]aol.com


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