Talk:Podcast 33B

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Patter music[edit | edit source]

Anyone know the patter music for this one? It really creeped me out. --Scottus0 03:21, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

I've been dying to figure out what's being said myself. Something like.. "She died in the (something) standing on her head." User:Flood222
It's a folk song, with some kind of weird filtering and or distortion. The basic lyrics are:
Go tell Aunt Rhodie, Go tell Aunt Rhodie, Go tell Aunt Rhodie, her old gray goose is dead.
She died in the mill pond, she died in the mill pond, she died in the mill pond, a-standing on her head.
The goslings are crying, The goslings are crying, The goslings are crying, because their mammy's dead.
There are probably other verses, I just never heard them as a child. --Christina 12:13, 19 April 2008 (UTC)
Awesome! Thanks! That had been driving me crazy! User:Flood222
The creepy patter music seemed so familiar to me, but I couldn't place it. Good thing someone in here's quick! When I learned that song, the aunt's name wasn't Rhodie, but it was an equally odd name. The music teacher also left out the part about the crying goslings. --Ms Fernandez

Siftin'[edit | edit source]

Is the version of Siftin' on this the 1989 version (as played live during the Flood era) or the 1991 version (the B-side to the "I Palindrome I" single)? Dagoth Ur, Mad God (talk) 07:34, 18 January 2014 (EST)