YAiF Cincinnati Podcast vol. 7: Vine and Central Parkway

John talks with the YAiF crew about Subways, Canals, German Heritage, and the most dramatically changing neighborhood in Cincinnati. In short–OTR and the Gateway Quarter. This is the intersection of Vine and Central Parkway. Enjoy!

http://podcast88735.podomatic.com/entry/2010-07-31T19_43_50-07_00

(Artist credits: T.H. Bayly, “Long, Long Ago,” English folk song; Berndgans, “Wohlauf, die Luft,” German 19th century folk song; Johannes Brahms, “Hungarian Dance #6,” From a live recording of the Victorian Youth Orchestra; Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, “Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture,” From a live recording of the State Symphony Orchestra of Tatarstan; Irving Berlin, “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” From a live recording of the Dixieland Crackerjacks; John Coltrane, “Midriff,” The Bethlehem Years; Tha Silent Partner, “Silverplated,” Platters Act. 1 – Lounge Music and Exotica; Stan Getz and John Coltrane, “Rifftide,” From a live TV performance in 1961)

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One Response to “YAiF Cincinnati Podcast vol. 7: Vine and Central Parkway”
  1. abdrew says:

    This series of podcasts is delightful! Well done! I really enjoyed the group discussion format. Kudos on the music choices.

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