I love the idea of deep dives into underappreciated and under-known months. I had never heard a note of that FIddler's Green show and the selection the podcast highlighted was amazing.I’m glad to hear you’ve come around to 9/27/00. Amazing second set.
In a similar vein, an exploration of July 1993 would be welcome as well. It's rightly overshadowed by the following month, but even its existence is seldom acknowledged by anyone.
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