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R Clark 9/21/2013 | 1:20:15 AM
Re: Telephone Man Telephone Man is a must for thought leadership in the 'customer delight' segment.

Don't Hang Up, Kraftwerk and ELO get extra points for telephone FX.

Lou Reed's New York Telephone Conversation is surely top ten-worthy.

 

 
DanJones 9/20/2013 | 11:33:24 AM
Re: Rolling Stones? Cos it's not remotely about anything telco-related? I dunno...
pdonegan67 9/20/2013 | 3:34:27 AM
Rolling Stones? How come "I can't get no satisfaction" never made the top ten?

I guess most of those other older tracks speak of the analogue/TDM fixed line telephone era when you could pick up the telephone, dial, and stand a very good chance of both parties being able to hear one another reasonably well.

They were the glory days of telephony before the conference bridge, the headset and the cellphone burst onto the scene to transform our lives.

I guess that as in so many ways, The Stones were just ahead of their time with that number.
TeleWRTRLiz 9/19/2013 | 5:14:26 PM
Re: A slightly underwhelming list Hello...Hello...H. H. H. H. Hello Viena Calling! How could you forget Falco (RIP)?
mwagner919 9/19/2013 | 4:11:27 PM
More more more "Switchbox Susan," Nick Lowe.

"Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)," Jim Croce

"Memphis, Tennessee," Chuck Berry.
Carol Wilson 9/19/2013 | 2:17:18 PM
Re: The DPI Song This song makes me wish I knew French. The music is quite lovely, but it seems like he's slamming DPI, which doesn't quite fit the mood. 
DanJones 9/19/2013 | 2:05:26 PM
Re: The DPI Song Oh my, well that's certainly something else, yes indeed. Er, thanks for that,I think...
azironen 9/19/2013 | 12:56:44 PM
The DPI Song Something from, and relevant for, the  21st century: - http://broabandtrafficmanagement.blogspot.com/2010/12/fun-dpi-song.html 
DanJones 9/19/2013 | 12:15:41 PM
Re: You amateurs! We have shamed ourselves for sure. 



Oh wait, no,I just listened to the song. Now I know why we remembered to forget it.
DanJones 9/19/2013 | 12:12:32 PM
Re: Punk Fluid More of a Hatfield and the North fan, then?
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