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
2. Production 212 audio, Dave Foxx, Z100, New York
3. Port Cape Lady, Bryan Young, KGKS, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
4. Island Snow/Timmy, Andrew Murdoch, SILK-FM, Kelowna, BC, Canada
5. Valentines Retreat, Lee Rugen, Moody Broadcasting, Chicago, Illinois
6. Island Outfitters - Fish Song, Steve Schippanoski, 100.3 The Q, Victoria, BC, Canada
7. Sonny Boy Sanitation, David L. Strickland, WGNY-FM, Newburgh, New York
8. Lord of the Ticket, Magnus Gavelin, Radio City 107.3, Gothenburg, Sweden
9. John Mayer, AJ McKay, WABB-AM/FM, Mobile, Alabama
10. KRAB 2-in-a-Row, Phat Matt, Clear Channel, Bakersfield, California
11. Live Lunch, Ian Fish, 100.7 Heart FM, The Midlands, United Kingdom
12. Jeff Levy's "On Computers" Show, Dot Cannon, KFI-AM, Los Angeles, California
13. Indiana Jobline, Johnny George, Susquehanna Indianapolis
14. KS95 No Wicky Wicky, Jym Geraci, KS95, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota
15. Blind Date Encore, Scott Clements, The Wolf, Regina, SK, Canada
16. Uncle Scotty's Hottub, Terry "Tunes" Miller, KSCB-FM, Liberal, Kansas
17. MIB Product Promos, Chris Wrapson, Beacon FM, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
18. State of the Union Montage, Scott Clow, Jackson Radio Works, Jackson, Michigan
19. Eleanor Rig-mix, Keni Clark, NCI-FM, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
20. Song Intros, Chris Pottage, Rogers Radio, Toronto, Ont., Canada
21. WBYR Jingles, Chadd Pierce, WBYR-FM, Fort Wayne, Indiana
22. VO Freak Out, Pete Bunch, Spoken Work Images

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