Monday, November 28, 2022

"I'll never listen to Mozart the same way again."

Found this at Goodwill. I can only assume someone in OB/GYN marketing was trying to think outside of the pens & post-it notes box.





16 comments:

mostly cajun said...

Can't find fault with the playlist, but with the caveat that NEVER have I thought of yeast infections when listening to these selections.

Anonymous said...

Eine Kleine Nachtdischarge

Anonymous said...

No Barry White?

Old RPh said...

They ignored the obvious best choice -

Lynyrd Skynyrd classic "That Smell"

bobbie said...

I cracked up @ Old RPh!!!

stacey said...

I declare myself a winner of the internet today based upon the response below:

The song missing from the playlist is one by Tony Orlando and Dawn....

Oh Candida!

I will see myself out now.

Ted Nugent said...

What about "Cat Scratch Fever?"

Anonymous said...

"Cure for the Itch" by Linkin Park?

Mad Jack said...

I don't know, Grump. I'm a blues man myself.

Loren Pechtel said...

Creative marketing.

Infected Mushroom said...

Why classical and not, say, some nice Israeli psychedelic electronic trance music?

Packer said...

Had to work in the days before Covid to make money, apparently not so anymore but back then things were different

BB/VA said...

Gotta agree with Stacey - I never heard "Candida" without thinking of yeast infections.

Anonymous said...

Fluconazole 150 mg capsules is available in the UK for the usual itchy reason without prescription. Presumably a CD of John Cage’s 4’ 33” could be used to advertise it over here. (Clue - It’s four minutes 33 seconds of silence).

gloriap said...


Isn't Bolero more appropriate than some of those?

Anonymous said...

Guilty. When I was running the Aveeno business in the 80s, we did several CDs (or maybe it was tapes) for the dermatology meetings. They went fast. Not as fast as the rubber duckys, but they were popular. Pretty much like this example- a good selection of classical stuff, easy listening for the late night OR gig, no advertising beyond brought to you by Aveeno on the label.

 
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