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As @Aaron mentioned, you're almost certainly thinking of Snoop Dogg's 1993 hit, "What's My Name?". Snoop was Lil Bow Wow's early mentor --he was even the one who gave him his stage name (as an echo of his own). The Bow Wow track is essentially a reworking of Snoop's song, and Snoop himself appears on it, so it is easy to get the two tracks confused....


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Possibly you heard George Clinton/P-Funk's "Atomic Dog" (1982), which first introduced the "Bow wow wow" line. It also could have been Public Announcement's "D.O.G. in Me" (1998), which also used the line at the end of the track (and was sued by the P-Funk "Atomic Dog" copyright holders). "Atomic Dog", ...


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It's called the "ta-da" sting because it has exactly the same rhythm, melody and inflection as the phrase "Ta-da!" which is used commonly when a person produces something, as if by magic. That's the easy part of the question. The harder question is "why." The standard explanation is that the phrase is a vocal imitation of a ...


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I've gone through Meatloaf's set lists, and while it is not exhaustive, I can't locate any reference that he performed this song live. Also, I can't find any reference to Meatloaf performing this song on Youtube, something that you would expect to find for an artist of this fame.


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In the UK, we have BBC Radio 3 which is primarily classical music and takes a fairly strict view of what is classical so you don't get things such as the Harry Potter theme tune. Also, there are no adverts. It is available through the web: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_three I don't know whether it is available outside the UK. BBC TV is ...


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