Two Chairs No Waiting 228: Listener Feedback 21

by Floyd on March 19, 2013

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:20:56

This episode we get to hear back from your fellow listeners and see what’s on their minds.

We’ll hear comments about things like:
Why the keys were hung where they where,  Public domain episodes, back on- Episode 171 that’s not Barney Kessel….it’s Howard Roberts.

Enjoyed seeing Andy and Don on Remembering Don Knotts #226.

There were African-Americans in Mayberry.   And more.  Give it a listen and call in with your comments!  I love hearing from you.

 

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Paul Pyle March 21, 2013 at 9:22 am

Hey Allan, just watched #228…thanks so much! I was here the other night when you were doing it live, but had to leave to take the family to the diner (mountain time!). Great episode as always. Just wondering about the “Fleets” episodes and the guitar player, and want to ask: Wouldn’t James Best know who the player was? I know I recently seen him in a Hallmark movie. Do you have the connections to ask him? That is I guess, if he would remember 🙂

I always thought it so strange how they could take an acoustic guitar and make it sound like a Fender electric..right? Ha! No pick up in the acoustic and no amplifier.
God bless you Allan,
Paul (Gomer’s other cousin)

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