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Options January 15, 2014: (Show #497) Dream to Me (It's all so easy once you let go)

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Artist Track Album Year Format Comments New / Special Approx. start time
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Beginnings come out of nowhere (Trust)   Options Beginnings come out of nowhere: 8/21/13, show #468  2013  MP3  Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/130821  * ***   0:00:00 (MP3 | )
Mystery New York Gospel Trio  This little light of mine 1   Options Bleecker Street between Thompson and Sullivan  1989  WAV  Recorded & mastered by Steve Fitch. Details & full audio  * ***   0:04:57 (MP3 | )
Hal Hartley  (Closing) - Trust   Options Possible Music - From The Films of Hal Hartley  2003  WAV    * ***   0:05:24 (MP3 | )
Mystery New York Gospel Trio  This little light of mine 1   Options Bleecker Street between Thompson and Sullivan  1989  WAV    ***   0:07:21 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  Celebration of all the great creativity   Options   2014        0:09:41 (MP3 | )
Hal Hartley  (Closing) - Trust   Options Possible Music - From The Films of Hal Hartley  2003        0:11:27 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy   Options Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy: 5/31/05, show #368  2005  MP3  She doesn't believe it was a cat. I don't know if it's good or bad, but it happens all the same. (always transforming and again). Audio  * ***   0:12:24 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy   Options Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy: 5/31/05, show #368  2005  MP3    ***   0:12:41 (MP3 | )
Jackson Browne  Lawyers in Love   Options Lawyers in Love  1983  WAV    * ***   0:14:51 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Beginnings come out of nowhere (Trust)   Options Beginnings come out of nowhere: 8/21/13, show #468  2013  MP3  Playlist & audio  ***   0:15:31 (MP3 | )
return to oz  ending,going home   Options Return to Oz    MP3    * ***   0:16:55 (MP3 | )
The Wizard Of Oz  Home Sweet Home   Options The Wizard Of Oz  1939  MP3    * ***   0:18:16 (MP3 | )
The Cranberries  Dreams   Options Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?  1992  WAV    * ***   0:18:49 (MP3 | )
David Clennon  we all thought we'd said goodbye,gravity,fields,another word for fate   Options thirtySomething    WAV  It's all so easy once you let go. (Miles)  * ***   0:23:17 (MP3 | )
National Radio Project  Microfinance: How it Lost its Way and Betrayed the Poor   Options 41-10  2012  MP3    * ***   0:24:04 (MP3 | )
Bright Eyes  An Attempt to Tip the Scales   Options Fevers and Mirrors  2000  WAV    * ***   0:24:35 (MP3 | )
the band in Heaven  Dreams (Cranberries Cover)   Options demos (2010-2011)  2010  WAV    * ***   0:28:51 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  All the great shows   Options   2014        0:29:25 (MP3 | )
The Cranberries  Dreams   Options Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?  1992        0:30:00 (MP3 | )
Maura Tierney  Two kinds of people, ones who were born here, ones who came to escape something else   Options Insomnia  2002  WAV    * ***   0:31:50 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  Noises   Options   2014        0:31:58 (MP3 | )
The Cranberries  Dreams   Options Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?  1992        0:33:07 (MP3 | )
Maura Tierney  I wasn't born here   Options Insomnia  2002        0:33:36 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  Gongs   Options   2014        0:33:48 (MP3 | )
The Cranberries  Dreams   Options Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?  1992        0:33:53 (MP3 | )
Ladar Levison  Faced with a choice   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3  The lesser of two evils  * ***   0:34:35 (MP3 | )
Michael Crichton  TV captures attention   Options Looker commentary    WAV    * ***   0:35:51 (MP3 | )
Jack Creley  The television screen has become the retina of the mind's eye   Options Videodrome  1983  WAV  Director/Writer: David Cronenberg  * ***   0:36:10 (MP3 | )
David Cronenberg  Forbidden images coming to you from a distant place that had great resonance for you   Options The Directors: The Films of David Cronenberg (1x10)  1999  WAV    * ***   0:36:21 (MP3 | )
James Coburn  Americans submit to TV voluntarily   Options Looker  1981  WAV  Director/Writer: Michael Crichton  * ***   0:36:36 (MP3 | )
Jack Creley  The battle for the mind of North American will be fought in the video arena   Options Videodrome  1983  WAV  Director/Writer: David Cronenberg  * ***   0:36:51 (MP3 | )
Harold Arlen  Glinda's Return-Dorothy's Farewell-There's No Place Like Home-Finale-Cast List   Options The Wizard Of Oz Complete Score  1939  MP3    * ***   0:37:26 (MP3 | )
Jesse Binnall  Watch words for fear of being dragged away in handcuffs   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3    * ***   0:38:47 (MP3 | )
Camper Van Beethoven  Sweethearts   Options Key Lime Pie  1989  WAV    * ***   0:40:00 (MP3 | )
Don Pedro Colley  How shall the new environment be programmed?   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV  (Dir. George Lucas, co-written and audio montage by Walter Murch) It all happened so slowly that most men failed to realize that anything had happened at all.  * ***   0:41:26 (MP3 | )
MC 900 Ft Jesus  While the City Sleeps   Options Welcome to My Dream  1991  WAV    * ***   0:44:46 (MP3 | )
Ladar Levison  Can't share with my lawyer   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3    * ***   0:46:58 (MP3 | )
Charles Hallahan  Lifts up the human species for 6 minutes   Options Vision Quest  1985  WAV    * ***   0:47:52 (MP3 | )
Wayne Dyer  we become attached,tell ourself this person offensive,i can't be happy,my happy depend on those i love being what i think   Options     WAV    * ***   0:51:12 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  changeable loop   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   0:52:06 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  changeable loop   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   0:53:09 (MP3 | )
Henry Winkler  They're all made by machinery   Options An American Christmas Carol  1979  MP3  When the day of quality ends in this country, we'll all be in great trouble indeed.  * ***   0:55:28 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138    WAV    * ***   0:57:55 (MP3 | )
Music behind DJ:
Lessons I forget. If you change what you do, does it change who you are?     2014        0:59:44 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138    WAV    * ***   1:04:05 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138    WAV    ***   1:04:15 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  Don't worry how you feel about it, just do it, because you're right on.   Options   2014    You cannot go back, move on. That happened, and now something else is happening, and it's where you are.    1:09:11 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138          1:10:41 (MP3 | )
Donald Pleasance  Things don't seem to make sense...   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:11:29 (MP3 | )
Ken Olin  Act and move on. Can't get stuck in the past, you'll miss the next two minutes   Options thirtySomething    WAV    * ***   1:13:03 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138    WAV  Big part  * ***   1:14:29 (MP3 | )
Bright Eyes  An Attempt to Tip the Scales   Options Fevers and Mirrors  2000  WAV    ***   1:16:01 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  Please come back-Nothing to be afraid of   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:18:28 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  This is your last chance, you have nowhere to go   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:18:55 (MP3 | )
Ladar Levison  Prompt Congress to change laws I can't speak about   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3    * ***   1:20:17 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  I am here to protect you. Everything will be all right. You have nowhere to go   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:21:20 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  Overdose may cause serious chemical imbalance   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:22:32 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  Let's be thankful we have commerce. Buy more now.   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:23:34 (MP3 | )
Ladar Levison  Can't talk about that   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3    * ***   1:24:33 (MP3 | )
Bach  Matthew's Passion   Options THX-1138    WAV    ***   1:27:23 (MP3 | )
Ladar Levison  Assume any electronic communication is being monitored   Options Democracy Now interview on Lavabit shutdown Aug 13, 2013  2013  MP3    * ***   1:29:35 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch/George Lucas  Take 4 red capsules, help is on the way   Options THX-1138  1971  WAV    * ***   1:30:00 (MP3 | )
National Radio Project  Microfinance: How it Lost its Way and Betrayed the Poor   Options 41-10  2012  MP3    ***   1:30:58 (MP3 | )
Live phone call  Calling to say goodbye (A dog really helps with that)   Options   2014    My mother made my dog a sweater.    1:31:56 (MP3 | )
Music behind DJ:
Walter Murch/George Lucas 
changeable loop   Options THX-1138  1971        1:33:54 (MP3 | )
Explosions in the Sky  Your Hand In Mine   Options The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place  2003  WAV    * ***   1:38:53 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Just Wanted to Say Goodbye   Options Just Wanted to Say Goodbye: 4/26/05, show #363  2005  MP3  Every day, once a day, give yourself a present.  * ***   1:40:23 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Just Wanted to Say Goodbye   Options Just Wanted to Say Goodbye: 4/26/05, show #363  2005  MP3    ***   1:40:57 (MP3 | )
Walter Murch  Ending, going home   Options Return to Oz  1985  MP3    ***   1:41:36 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Surely Laughter Brings You Closer to the Guy   Options Surely Laughter Brings You Closer to the Guy: 5/24/05, show #366  2005  MP3  I think the cat just fell: Should I go (a way)?  * ***   1:45:59 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy   Options Layered Laughter Brings New Closure to the Guy: 5/31/05, show #368  2005  MP3  She doesn't believe it was a cat. I don't know if it's good or bad, but it happens all the same. (always transforming and again)  ***   1:46:59 (MP3 | )
Camper Van Beethoven  Sweethearts   Options Key Lime Pie  1989  WAV    ***   1:47:38 (MP3 | )
David Wax Museum  Refuge   Options Knock Knock Get Up  2012  WAV    * ***   1:47:58 (MP3 | )
The Cranberries  Dreams   Options Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?  1992  WAV    ***   1:49:41 (MP3 | )
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Until it all burns down   Options Children's Television Voteshop (Behavior Modification): 7/27/04, show #324  2004  MP3  Andrei Tarkovsky's "The Sacrifice" (1986) and Wes Craven's "New Nightmare" (1994).
Full show audio: http://lastever.org/ken/extrav/audio/040727.shtml
* ***   1:57:04 (MP3 | )

Listener comments!

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 12:31am Mike Noble:

am i too late?!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 12:33am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

13 hours early, friend
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 1:58pm Bliss:

Last one.
Really glad I can be here for it, live.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:01pm Carmichael:

I'm glad to be a part of the archives, Kenzo. Immortality, if only temporary, is a good thing.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:02pm Bliss:

Let's celebrate.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:04pm listener james from westwood:

happy to be here, sad that it's for the last one. what a great addition to the fmu galaxy it was.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:05pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:05pm Bliss:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:06pm pacific standard simon:

I found Over The Edge on KPFA because I would fall asleep listening to music in the evening and wake up with the radio still going in the middle of the night.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:08pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Their number is 434-971-8678 I think
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:11pm pacific standard simon:

Is the best art accidental? Is it still accidental if you put a frame around it?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:11pm Mike Noble:

i got here 13 hours early then promptly fell asleep. what have i missed for the last 10 minutes?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@pss: I often find that - Station~Stream seems so right to fall asleep to - then about 2-3 A.M. (maybe?) wake up & - wtf - ?!?...metaphor for meta-programming in the human bio-computer ??...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

In the stock of favorite quotes :
'A Craftsman knows what he'll do ahead of time - but not an Artisit.'
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:14pm Mike Noble:

in another tab a video about the florida movie theater shooter started playing automatically. i almost didn't notice.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:14pm earrie:

It's an excellent word, 'last' en.wiktionary.org...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:15pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Hello everyone! Welcome to goodbye!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:15pm pacific standard simon:

I think it was Picasso who said something like 'You should have an idea of what you want to do, but it should be a vague idea.'
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:15pm Kurt Gottschalk:

i'm working at the library. i don't know what you're doing but i am checking every 20 seconds to make sure 'this little light of mine' is only coming through my headphones. quit freaking me out and quit quitting your show!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& the Lysdexics should get together & - Untie !!...The Lysergics have other things on their minds...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:16pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Peace be with you.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:16pm Bliss:

"Hiatus" was a word I saw.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:17pm fred:

Hello Kenzo and listeners. I'm not time-shifting for a change, couldn't miss this one
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:18pm Bliss:

Glad you made it.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:18pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I miss you
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:19pm earrie:

It's an incomparable adjective.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:20pm Mike Noble:

these tracks are like tears in rain.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:20pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...is the last ever Last Ever a double negative ? No? Syntax is so important...it's easier to understand than a Sin Tax, anyhow...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:21pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

ain't nuthin' no sadder than bread in the rain.
-- you may quote me.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:21pm pacific standard simon:

No, we don't believe you. You need electroshock therapy, Dorothy.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:22pm Bliss:

75 years ago.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:22pm Mike Noble:

@Revolution Rabbit Nov63: lastever lastever = first in a never-ending series.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:22pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...you mean - we were home all along - ??...it looked so strange...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:22pm pacific standard simon:

...and the wicked witch wouldn't give her a Pepsi. All she wanted was a Pepsi.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:23pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

return to oz is my favorite movie about electroshock therapy
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:24pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

P.S. WFMU GTDR stream watchers: Do alert me if the stream drops out! It should not do that.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:24pm listener james from westwood:

an actual LOL on the suicidal tendencies ref, PSS
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:25pm listener james from westwood:

this week for the first time i heard electroshock referred to as "edison medicine."
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:25pm pacific standard simon:

It's true. I need to watch that again.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:25pm WFMU GTDR stream watcher:

Sounds fine from here
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:26pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

jeezus, who was the voice talking about yoga? The voice sounded like same guy I sampled for a thing ages ago (self-hypnosis topic)... time warp....
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:26pm pacific standard simon:

Alan Watts.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:27pm Bliss:

Alan Watts
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:27pm fred:

I'm be disappointed this show won't be on for the marathon. I was hoping Kenzo could have his time-shifting self as co-host, to get our rich future selves to give now, or our stupid past selves to give now instead of wasting the money
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- the Metaphysix is pretty heavy: It was on the Eve of War - 1939 - & they weren't in Kansas anymore, they were facing the mighty Wicked Witch of the East w/ Airpower...TinMan = ♆Heart, Lion =♇Courage (then in ♌Leo - a World on Fire), Scarecrow = ♅Brain
...The guy who played the Wizard was looking for the perfect old coat - & found it...the label said 'L.FrankBaum' - & it *was* his...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:27pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

right. thought as much (thx ps simon / bliss) - very distinctive voice...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:28pm pacific standard simon:

The least saintly saint.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:28pm fred:

@RTD: this *is* a time warp zone
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:29pm pacific standard simon:

I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:29pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

RTD: Biography of Watts: 'Genuine Fake'
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:29pm Jeff Golick:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:30pm Mike Noble:

Brian Cox attempted an Alan Watts impression in "Her." Unfortunately the illusion was ruined for me, he sounded too recognizably like Brian Cox.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:31pm pacific standard simon:

Gore Vidal thought that The Wizard was based on William Jennings Bryan.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:32pm Bliss:

i called, but maybe hung up 2 soon.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:33pm pacific standard simon:

I keep hearing a Brian Eno song in the background that isn't actually there (at least I don't think it is).
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:34pm Carmichael:

For a fleeting moment, my eyes thought the board said you were on the air in Chile.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:34pm listener james from westwood:

there was all manner of monetary policy allegory in baum's book from what i understand, so vidal may have been on to something.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:34pm earrie:

And combined with
ever (not comparable) adv.
1. Always
2. At any time.
3. In any way
4. (informal) As intensifier.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:35pm listener james from westwood:

my admittedly narrow exposure to brian cox is thru season 3 of "deadwood," so imagining him as watts is a helluva stretch. did he have a smoker's cough?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:36pm Mike Noble:

the political interpretation of Oz is credited to a school teacher named Henry Littlefield
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:36pm Jeff Golick:

which was the evil of two Loessers?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

In the 1930s it was still the Golden Age of Hollywood, & it was still capable of reaching the Level of FairyTale - in fact, had to in the Depression. I would maintain that King Kong 1933 (Beauty & the Beast among other things; the real prototype of Daikaiju) did this as well as Oz (in fact, the Horror genre reached a definitive moment in that worst year of the Depression & in-between the Wars w/ Frankenstein - Science, Dracula - Magick)...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:37pm Bliss:

I guess my phone calls didn't come through.
Oh well, great show.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:37pm Mike Noble:

well it was a computer simulation of Watts, so it makes sense that he was cough-free.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...after the War we go Atomic & Noir & BeBop & Beat & so on...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:39pm listener james from westwood:

interesting re: ladar levinson. had not previously heard of lavabit. reminds me of the fate of the penet anon remailer in the 90s.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:40pm pacific standard simon:

If you want to read Vidal's essay on Baum, it's in the collection of non-fiction, United States.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:41pm earrie:

(MIles = David Clennon)
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:41pm Ike:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:42pm Reading Too Much Into It:

Sounded like the Cranberries were trying to sing the word "laaaaavabit" ...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:43pm Ike:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:43pm pacific standard simon:

Drag me away in handcuffs -- I like it rough, baby.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:43pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

yes very much david clennon
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:45pm fred:

@Mike Noble: I will have to endure a presentation at work tomorrow, about a computer simulation of Marilyn Monroe's voice. I'm likely to sleep through it as usual
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:46pm northguineahills:

Cool, made it back in time!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:47pm listener james from westwood:

w00t! mc 900 foot jesus!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:48pm listener james from westwood:

fred, will it sing "happy birthday" to a computer-simulated jfk?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” - George Orwell
...Sleeping to a simulation of Marilyn's voice might be a good way to go...riff sounded like a loop of 'I'll Be Your Mirror' pattern - as Nico turned up 'randomly' on my desktop wallpaper (out of many 1,000s)...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:49pm Carmichael:

I am now officially in search of tamales. I will not travel as far as Chile or C'Ville.

Enjoy the future, and I'll be back to it later. or Then.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:50pm fleep:

One wormhole closes, another wormhole opens. Sic transit gloria Kenzi.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:50pm fred:

@james: I don't think there will be a JFK, but I wouldn't be surprised if they had done that already
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:50pm Doug Schulkind:

When caught on the horns of a dilemma, I always try to ask myself, what would MC 900 ft Jesus do?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:53pm Out of It:

How have I not heard of MC 900 Ft Jesus before? (Downloading now, thank you Filetram)
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

"I Love You. You're Perfect. Now Change.'
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:54pm fred:

@Doug: I go by the wisdom of Yogi Berra: when you come to a fork in the road, take it
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

@fred: and there was also this one "It gets last ever early around here."
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:58pm fred:

The guy who did the Monroe voice is trying to get a grant to build a pair of rapping robots that could battle. He's having trouble explaining how this would improve society, for some reason
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:59pm pacific standard simon:

Did you just call me an ungulate?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 2:59pm Doug Schulkind:

That was knife of you to say, Fred.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:00pm listener james from westwood:

ah HAH, that IS st matthew's passion! was in the midst of typing a question. keep thinking it's from the music that began "Casino."
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:02pm Mike Noble:

isn't there a scientist who got funding to develop a robot stand-up comic?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:02pm pacific standard simon:

Halfway to paradise.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:03pm pacific standard simon:

Most comics are already too robotic -- ever try watching Comedy Central when Stewart or Colbert aren't on?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:04pm listener james from westwood:

i do use scripts for calls, esp. for interviews or requests for same for articles i've written, and for work calls i take copious notes.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:06pm earrie:

I close my eyes to remember in an effort to mute the present input of my visual cortex.
  Wed. 1/15/14 3:06pm david:

It is not in the nature of human being to be eternally satisfied.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:06pm Mike Noble:

hold your phone up to the microphone?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...technology developed for one reason can have applications for something completely different - like video game imaging enabling cheaply mapping the human genome par example...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:08pm pacific standard simon:

There's a Phil Dick character in cold storage who will take your call, but you will be automatically transferred to his dream.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:09pm Uncle Michael:

How many more robot standup comics does the world need?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:11pm Bliss:

There's virtually no delay, I suppose.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:11pm Bliss:

"You're right on."
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:12pm Bliss:

You're left on.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:12pm Broken Robot Standup Comic:

@UM ... Three. One to screw in the lightbulb and two to .... *ckkkghzh* ... *bzzzt* ...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:13pm pacific standard simon:

Without Kenzo, who will speak for the loops?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:14pm Bliss:

I liked that clip.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:16pm fred:

@pss: having received PLU's record yesterday, I think the loops still have a voice, though the accent is definitely different
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:16pm Bliss:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:17pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

She is ginger and I am garlic
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:18pm Bliss:

winning combo
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:18pm pacific standard simon:

True -- I had forgotten.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:19pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

fred, I am going to make you a record! You'll hear about it in a month.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:19pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:20pm still b/p:

She's Ginger and you aren't Mary Ann?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:21pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I am wearing my most innocent shorts
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:21pm pacific standard simon:

I wonder if WFMU will ever offer a branded turntable during the Marathon.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:21pm fred:

There are tracks on Vicki's record that really remind me of Kenzo
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:21pm pacific standard simon:

Kenzo is The Professor.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:22pm fred:

A Kenzo premium? I so want this
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:22pm Bliss:

Give him tenure.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:23pm duke:

last chance for a last chance
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:23pm pacific standard simon:

By the way, Russell Johnson lives on the same island I do. True story. Never seen him, though.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:23pm Doug Schulkind:

Actually, pacific standard simon, WFMU already had a "the professor": wfmu.org...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:24pm Bliss:

37 minute count down.
Call in.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:26pm pacific standard simon:

Thanks, Doug -- before my time. I started listening in October 2003.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:28pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Check out The Professor's "The Audio Kitchen" archives!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:28pm fred:

What's weird is that I saw Kenzo do a live show, and I never got to see People Like Us, even though I live in France
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:29pm Bliss:

"Dorothy, World War 2 will start after you return. You mustn't give in to despair."
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:31pm still b/p:

A friend of mine said the other night The Wizard of Oz was not part of her childhood, and she still isn't very familiar with it. I said she probably shouldn't watch it with me, because I'd surely jabber unstoppably with trivia, observations, questions and script simul-speakings.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:32pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Bliss: - in synch w/ my 2:27 (& after)
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:33pm Stanley:

Hi Kenzo. I'm back from the pub and in good spirits. Also can report that my avatar is behaving itself. Seems the problem was at my end.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:34pm pacific standard simon:

The question is, are the good spirits in you?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:37pm Kurt Gottschalk:

if you ever come back it'll still be your 500th show. so you can't come back?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:38pm Stanley:

@pss - oh yes, in the form of some excellent IPA beer. Somehow the world seems a bit brighter at the moment.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:40pm pacific standard simon:

Kenzo, I'm sorry you won't be here for a return to baseball simulcasting on this show.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:40pm fred:

@pss: Good spirits? Great idea! I do have some unfiltered Laphroaig left, now's the time to use it
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:42pm still b/p:

A single Baxter Stowaway IPA last night gimme such a headache today. Why? Well, there is a skull and crossbones on 'er.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:43pm Bliss:

Tadpoles are more important than Barnes and Noble.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:45pm Stanley:

@still b/p - was it unfiltered and a high abv? Then I admire your bravery. Mind you the ol' skull and cossbones was a sign. For that reason I choose to avoid a beer sold here known as 'Skullsplitter'!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:46pm fred:

@Bliss: You're correct. But there's something to be said for a real bookshop. I get references from Amazon and gladly pay extra to order at my fave one. It's Abbey Bookshop in Paris, google has some nice pics
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:46pm Bliss:

You can be proud for having contributed something real.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:47pm Stanley:

Noooooooooo!!! We'll miss you Kenzo. Good luck with whatever you do, man.
Take care.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:47pm Bliss:

  Wed. 1/15/14 3:47pm everywhere:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:48pm earrie:

A poem I like with a great first line. And last.

Genesis 2 by Gwendolyn MacEwan

In the Beginning was the End.

And God saw the Beginning and the End and was pleased.
And He asked the Beginning and the End to separate.

And they said No.

Then God was not pleased and threw a tantrum,
And said Why Not?

And the Beginning and End said We Cannot.

And God said What Will You Do Then?

And the beginning and the End said Just Watch Us
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:48pm Bliss:

I am glad there's still a few minutes left.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:49pm still b/p:

Stowaway - 6.9%

I reckon almost any product of any kind named Skullsplitter should trigger a flashing yellow light.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:50pm baconfat:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:50pm Mike Noble:

I'm glad we're hear to watch Ken sail off to the undying lands.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:50pm Doug Schulkind:

Kenzo, would you considering staying on the stream if I tripled your pay?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:51pm Stanley:

Doug - quadruple his pay!!!!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:51pm fred:

If anyone here has a chance to see Kenzo live, do it. It was a bit unsettling to share that experience with a bunch of people -- even if I knew most of them -- but it was worth it.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:52pm Sad:

Thanks for the loopy loops, Present-Time Ken!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:52pm baconfat:

i started listening to "dark side of the moon" two hours ago and nothing has made a damn lick of sense since.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:53pm Bliss:

Seen a few live shows.
Nice, they were.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:53pm earrie:

*x + I'll kick in some assisting.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:53pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Love, long hug with every one of you and two for baconfat
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:53pm duke:

If you can't afford to give him a raise, make him a vice president.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:54pm still b/p:

Oh, confound it, man, are you afraid of success? I'm offering you a three year contract at twenty thousand dollars a year, starting
today. Is it a deal or isn't it?
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:55pm northguineahills:

Wow, thanks again for all of the awesome shows Ken!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:55pm Bliss:

I bet Kenzo continues to create masterpieces one way or the other.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:56pm Bliss:

Thank you, Kenzo.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:



Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:56pm fred:

Be well, Kenzo. And eventually be back. On the station, and in Paris if the opportunity arises.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:56pm pacific standard simon:

May I look in the box, now? I want to know if the cat is dead or alive.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:56pm Rich in Washington:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:57pm duke:

Thank you Kenzo
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:57pm listener james from westwood:

thanks once again, kenzo! thanks also for the wonderful playlist/chat software. they have revolutionized the wfmu experience.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:57pm Mike Noble:

good night, sweet prince.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:58pm pacific standard simon:

Thanks, K, you've been grand.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:59pm Stanley:

Kenzo, our hero.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 3:59pm earrie:

Great show. Thanks, Ken. Listening pleasures and the etc.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:00pm Rich in Washington:

aw, crap. I was only just now able to tune in.
Say it ain't so, Kenzo!!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:01pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

will say hello here in 15 minutes! thanks!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:01pm listener james from westwood:

thanks also to doug for bringing kenzo to our ears!!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:02pm Bliss:

I have enjoyed your comments.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:03pm Bliss:

Your's 2 listener james, and the rest of you.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:07pm Rich in Washington:

@BLiss: Thank you. All of our comments are preserved here like insects in amber..
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:08pm Rich in Washington:

Kenzo: Your shows have always been incredible. I can't wait to hear what you do next. Thank you!!
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:08pm Jeff Golick:

Let's make this not the last ever, Kenzo. Thanks so much for the strange and beautiful sounds.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:10pm Rich in Washington:

I dare say, I listen to the entire GTDR stream more than any single stream on the web. More than the main WFMU stream.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:14pm fred:

Each show is the last ever. So there is no foreshadowing, no holding something for next time. All in the now. I don't think Kenzo will do another show. He does one, the time is not now, some of these are in the past, hopefully some are not
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:30pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Thank you all, and now I will read everything and I will listen myself as a civilian and I will relax into other large things until those are too much and then...
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 4:40pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

The archive has arrived early! I'll swap in a higher-quality (hand-made) one probably on Thursday.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 5:05pm Bliss:

Thanks, again.
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 5:15pm fred:

Thanks, ever. Don't make me miss you too long
Avatar Wed. 1/15/14 5:29pm fred:

Now that everybody's gone, I can clarify my comment about PLU's record reminding me of Kenzo: It's really about the "I'll be your mirror" loop. It's at the beginning, and near the end, but it fits so well that it could have been there throughout, and it was in a sense, the way there's often a theme sample in Kenzo's shows, if only in my mind. So I guess I listened to Vicki's record like I was listening to Kenzo's show, layering each track upon the previous ones. It's probably wrong, and I will listen to that record properly soon, but I enjoyed this mistake
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