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richard
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      11-29-2012
http://mroldies.net/1960/all60.html

Click on the "Al Caoila" link.

Originally, I have the file listed as:
Al Caoila - MagnificentSeven.mp3

Which is matched in the originating page.
However, I got "file not found" when the play button is clicked.
Dropped the first name entirely. That worked.
Changed to Al C, that worked.

I'm thinking that perhaps there is something in the flash script which does
not recognize certain vowel combinations as kosher. Like that should
matter?

Anyone have any clues as to why the name would be rejected?
Press the play button for lonely rebel and you will get an error even
though the file is there as named.

 
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Norman Peelman
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      11-29-2012
On 11/29/2012 01:52 AM, richard wrote:
> http://mroldies.net/1960/all60.html
>
> Click on the "Al Caoila" link.
>
> Originally, I have the file listed as:
> Al Caoila - MagnificentSeven.mp3
>
> Which is matched in the originating page.
> However, I got "file not found" when the play button is clicked.
> Dropped the first name entirely. That worked.
> Changed to Al C, that worked.
>
> I'm thinking that perhaps there is something in the flash script which does
> not recognize certain vowel combinations as kosher. Like that should
> matter?
>
> Anyone have any clues as to why the name would be rejected?
> Press the play button for lonely rebel and you will get an error even
> though the file is there as named.
>


For any link that is not 'under construction' (meaning the first
three or four A* links), they all show Adam Wade as the 'person' but
with I'm guessing appropriate song choices.

Clicking on Al Caoila I get:

Adam Wade
Magnificent Seven - (plays fine, not familiar with the era to know if
it's right or not)
Lonley Rebel - (file not found)


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cwdjrxyz
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      11-29-2012
On Nov 29, 12:52*am, richard <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> http://mroldies.net/1960/all60.html
>
> Click on the "Al Caoila" link.
>
> Originally, I have the file listed as:
> Al Caoila - MagnificentSeven.mp3
>
> Which is matched in the originating page.
> However, I got "file not found" when the play button is clicked.
> Dropped the first name entirely. That worked.
> Changed to Al C, that worked.
>
> I'm thinking that perhaps there is something in the flash script which does
> not recognize certain vowel combinations as kosher. Like that should
> matter?
>
> Anyone have any clues as to why the name would be rejected?
> Press the play button for lonely rebel and you will get an error even
> though the file is there as named.


The reason the mp3 file is not found appears to be that the url uses
"Caoila" instead of the correct "Caiola" .
 
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richard
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      11-29-2012
On Thu, 29 Nov 2012 04:19:21 -0800 (PST), cwdjrxyz wrote:

> On Nov 29, 12:52*am, richard <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> http://mroldies.net/1960/all60.html
>>
>> Click on the "Al Caoila" link.
>>
>> Originally, I have the file listed as:
>> Al Caoila - MagnificentSeven.mp3
>>
>> Which is matched in the originating page.
>> However, I got "file not found" when the play button is clicked.
>> Dropped the first name entirely. That worked.
>> Changed to Al C, that worked.
>>
>> I'm thinking that perhaps there is something in the flash script which does
>> not recognize certain vowel combinations as kosher. Like that should
>> matter?
>>
>> Anyone have any clues as to why the name would be rejected?
>> Press the play button for lonely rebel and you will get an error even
>> though the file is there as named.

>
> The reason the mp3 file is not found appears to be that the url uses
> "Caoila" instead of the correct "Caiola" .


Thanks for the fresh eyes. That's what happens you do this stuff tired.
You fail to see the little errors.
 
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richard
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      11-29-2012
On Thu, 29 Nov 2012 06:47:40 -0500, Norman Peelman wrote:

> On 11/29/2012 01:52 AM, richard wrote:
>> http://mroldies.net/1960/all60.html
>>
>> Click on the "Al Caoila" link.
>>
>> Originally, I have the file listed as:
>> Al Caoila - MagnificentSeven.mp3
>>
>> Which is matched in the originating page.
>> However, I got "file not found" when the play button is clicked.
>> Dropped the first name entirely. That worked.
>> Changed to Al C, that worked.
>>
>> I'm thinking that perhaps there is something in the flash script which does
>> not recognize certain vowel combinations as kosher. Like that should
>> matter?
>>
>> Anyone have any clues as to why the name would be rejected?
>> Press the play button for lonely rebel and you will get an error even
>> though the file is there as named.
>>

>
> For any link that is not 'under construction' (meaning the first
> three or four A* links), they all show Adam Wade as the 'person' but
> with I'm guessing appropriate song choices.
>
> Clicking on Al Caoila I get:
>
> Adam Wade
> Magnificent Seven - (plays fine, not familiar with the era to know if
> it's right or not)
> Lonley Rebel - (file not found)


Well young boy, there are plenty of resources on the web to educate you
with.
The song is from the 1959 movie "The Magnificent Seven". The song is also a
favorite among organists. You will find videos on you tube in abundamce.
 
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