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Options September 17, 2008: I heart the Heinlein chick.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Mose Allison  Parchman Farm   Options Allison Wonderland: The Mose Allison Anthology  0:09:48 ()
Klaus Beyer  Ich Will Nur Schlafen   Options Revolver  0:13:05 ()
Nick the Bard  Evil Woman   Options Nick the Bard Sings Crow  0:15:48 ()
Richard Valiquette  Hello, Dolly   Options CYO 1971  0:18:52 ()
Mary Cobham  Intro / Jay Ferguson   Options Songs in the Key of Jay  0:20:59 ()
The Jaunties  Odd Circularities   Options The Jaunties Give You a Myoclonic Twitch in the Key of H  0:24:30 ()
Los Lobos  Georgia Slop   Options The Neighborhood  0:31:05 ()
The Hold Steady  Constructive Summer   Options Stay Positive  0:33:41 ()
Cake  Comfort Eagle   Options self-titled  0:36:30 ()
Cogs (Patrick Wray)  Growing Part 1   Options Laughter and Footsteps - Cogs Anthology 00 - 03 (www.dietsoda.net)  0:40:00 ()
Muriel Gaines with Sam Manning's Orchestra  You Got to Have Power   Options National Records 78 disc 8001-B  0:47:21 ()
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers  Hank's Symphony   Options This is Jazz 28  0:50:16 ()
Siouxsie & The Banshees  Supernatural Thing   Options Arabian Knights 12"  0:54:51 ()
Scala and Kolacny Brothers  Seashell   Options Paper Plane  1:02:54 ()
Talulah Gosh  Bringing Up Baby   Options Rock Legends Vol. 69  1:07:09 ()
The Soft Boys  Positive Vibrations   Options Underwater Moonlight  1:10:19 ()
Samm Bennett  Koko Plays Pool   Options New Music For Koko the Clown  1:13:23 ()
Max Tundra  Which Song   Options Parallax Error Beheads You  1:19:51 ()
The Cocteau Twins  Oomingmak   Options Victorialand  1:28:04 ()
Juana Molina  Un Dia   Options Un Dia  1:30:46 ()
Procol Harum  Homburg   Options Shine On Brightly  1:36:22 ()
The Lost Patrol  On the Run   Options Midnight Matinee  1:40:12 ()
Jordee  Teenage Girls   Options DHS Music Club: Join the Amateurs  1:43:26 ()
Soul Parasol  Calypso Be   Options self-titled  1:49:26 ()
Luie Luie  Lord, What a Wonderful World   Options El Touchy  1:53:03 ()
Groop Therapy  Ronnie, Ronnie   Options Aliens, Psychos, And Wild Things, Volume Fore  1:56:52 ()
The Stone Roses  She Bangs the Drums   Options self-titled  1:59:08 ()
Lindisfarne  Lady Eleanor   Options Anthology  2:07:13 ()
Fats Waller  Ain't Misbehavin'   Options Fats and Friends  2:11:21 ()
The Academy Clarinet Quartet  Bartok: Quartet No. 2, Op. 17, First Movement (Moderato)   Options www.usma.edu/band  2:15:15 ()
Norah Jones  Turn Me On   Options Come Away With Me  2:24:37 ()
Bo Diddley  Ain't It Good to Be Free?   Options Ain't It Good To Be Free?  2:30:26 ()
Talking Heads  No Compassion   Options Talking Heads 77  2:33:23 ()
The Raincoats  In Love   Options Live on WFMU, April 6, 1994  2:38:11 ()
Beth Orton  How Far   Options Trailer Park  2:41:17 ()
The Black Crowes  High Head Blues   Options Amorica  2:45:34 ()
Sonny Maresco  At the Sav-A-Penny Superstore   Options Sonny Maresco Sings for You and Me and Everybody Else Too  2:49:41 ()
Bentley Rhythm Ace  Pimm's Penguins   Options unreleased  2:52:02 ()
Scala and Kolacny Brothers  Paper Plane   Options Paper Plane  2:58:46 ()
Jill Bogart  Over the Rainbow   Options It's the End of the World Again. Again!  3:02:08 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 9/17/08 3:06pm Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:07pm Sean Daily:

Oh... and Palin's not a Heinlein chick unless she's ready to have sex at the drop of the hat... and sometimes with her own father.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:12pm BSI:

  Wed. 9/17/08 3:13pm AnAnonymousParty:

It's like deja vu all over again in here.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:13pm otis:

sounds like kenny g
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:14pm otis:

sing sabbath kenny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:14pm Sean Daily:

  Wed. 9/17/08 3:17pm BSI:

can't we all just get along?
...perhaps the solution is to have Nick the Bard do an acapella rendition of Mac Davis' Greatest Hits.... Or is Bobby Vinton too much to hope for?
....nick could totally shred Bobby Vinton. Blue on Blue... Mister Lonely...
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:19pm Lizardner Dave:

Do we all have our Palin names yet?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:20pm otis:

oh god, do you have any ziggy bathtub?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:21pm Doug:

My Palin name is Crut Dink Snurt.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:22pm jan:

Good irwin. good Irwin, very nice music
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:24pm Nick the Bard:

You know, I think I do have easy access to a Best of Bobby Vinton CD, so, Magical Mystery Vinton take over of Kenny's show....?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:24pm Lizardner Dave:

that's Crut Dink Snurt Palin

  Wed. 9/17/08 3:26pm BSI:

Good great velveeta GOD, yes!
Magical Mystery Vinton: MISTER LONELY IS THE WALRUS...

I'd bronze that mp3 right away.......

but then, Irwin says we're all on the brink of death, so maybe it's not worth it?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:27pm Sean Daily:

You're right, Irwin. Man, I wish we could, I don't know, vote for another president this year. But not today... Maybe in a couple of months... in the middle of the week, that'd be best... How about on Nov. 4?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:28pm Lizardner Dave:

Wait, a WFMU DJ needs to have a reason for being self-indulgent? That's new. I thought that it was a job perk. Or requirement even.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:29pm Sean Daily:

Oh, and Lizardner Dave, how is Crut Dink Snurt America, sports, gun, snowmobile or airplane-related?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:29pm gumby:

Los Lobos are the Gold Medal Decathaletes of music.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:32pm Doug:

It's not. It's just aesthetically similar to the Palinomers.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:34pm Lizardner Dave:

Sean: it isn't, that's why I supplied the link so it could be fixed.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:36pm Doug:

I take exception to that Dave. It doesn't need to be fixed.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:37pm gumby:

tuned in late, but it's good to know were all on the brink of death. But I'm gonna play it safe and do my duty and attend back-to-school night and then drink those Fire Rock ales, no sense saving them. Thanks for the heads up Irwin.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:39pm Jan:

was told that we had to be nice an praise the DJ like Billy Mumy or the dj would put me in the corn field. Irwin, can you change the music? now?
go ahead and put me in the cornfield. this is too much like kenny g
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:40pm Name:

Building a Religion
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:43pm Doug:

Name, that was the Hold Steady track I think.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:43pm Lizardner Dave:

Doug, rules are rules and Sean laid them out. Now, if you want to throw down with Sean and whoever wins sets the rules, that's fine with me.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:44pm Doug:

OK, you got it.

My official generative Palin name is Dirk Chinstrap Palin.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:44pm Gigantor:

By Muriel, you mean Shove Maggot Palin!
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:49pm Sean Daily:

Well, I'm ready go 'round and 'round with you if you want, Lizardner Dave! (doing my best Joe Swanson from "Family Guy") Cuh MON! LET'S DO THIS!

May I point out, though, before we break both our jawbones, that I was just making an observation.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:49pm gumby:

Whaaa-Hooooo!! The Blakey pound sound & horn love!!
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:51pm Sean Daily:

Or Doug! Or whoever else wants a piece of me! You in the black armor and carrying the lightsaber! You wanna piece of me! CUH MON!
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:51pm Lizardner Dave:

I'm not your opponent Sean, I'm just the ref. It looks like Doug agreed to your terms so I think we're good. Now I know how Jimmy Carter must've felt with the Camp David accords.
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:54pm ?:

Irwin, is this a Ben E. King cover?
  Wed. 9/17/08 3:59pm Sean Daily:

Oh, that's cool, Lizardner Dave. I'm just a bit... confused from the devices that the doctors have been using on me. Hey you! Yeah, you in the baby carriage! And attached to that oxygen tank! I saw you lookin' at me! CUH MON!
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:22pm Peter K.:

Max Tundra rocks! Why was I not hip to him until just now?
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:22pm Sean Daily:

Well, you know, Irwin, it IS the end of the world as we know it. It's the end of the world as we know it. To repeat, it is the end of the world as we know it. And, to be quite frank, I feel fine.
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:27pm Laurie:

In junior high, I fell asleep listening to PJ Harvey on repeat. In high school, I fell asleep listening to the Cocteau Twins on repeat. In college, I fell asleep listening to Boris on repeat.

  Wed. 9/17/08 4:31pm jan:

I'm likin' it now- great sounds now that we are past the cogs
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:33pm Irwin:

Laurie -- Come again?
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:35pm Moose:

Both the Cocteau Twins and Procol Harum songs were on my randomly 'auto-filled' ipod shuffle today. How about that? Far out. (of 3587)
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:39pm Laurie:

Oh, you know, just sharing some personal history.

I like to listen to music as I fall asleep. PJ Harvey was kind of tricky, though. Polly Jean would get me too ramped up some nights, especially "Me-Jane." I was positively obsessed with PJ Harvey during my junior high and high school years, while all my friends were fawning over Tori Amos.

Cocteau Twins are much more conducive to drifting off to sleep.

Surprisingly, so is "Absolutego" by Boris. And I mean that in the best way.
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:41pm Lizardner Dave:

Pete and repeat were sitting on a fence. Pete fell off. Who was left?

Before anyone gets too amused by the financial metldown just remember: as usual, it's working schmucks with 401k'sand pensions who will be screwed more than the big shots. The big shots always come out of these things just fine, thank you.
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:50pm Parq:

Laurie, I think OPI was confused about your having used "repeat" in jr. high. Some of us are of such age that the first chance we got to use "repeat" was during our kids' grade-school years.
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:51pm Parq:

Hey, my math question answer was 969. Huh huh. He said "69".
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:56pm shelly:

The Stone Roses!!!! greatest effin band of all time!!!
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:57pm Hank G:

What a great song! Luv it!
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:58pm gumby:

Yeah, I only got to listen to 1 side of an album when I was in college & high school and either had to fall asleep or flip the record over. Speaking of "needle hit the groove" as The Stone Roses say.
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:58pm Steve Grunfeldt:

Awesome- the roses....
  Wed. 9/17/08 4:58pm Laurie:

Yes, I listened to these things called Compact Discs. On a Boom Box. With the repeat button engaged.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:00pm KJ:

She bangs the drums--def top 10 song of all time---no doubt
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:01pm gumby:

I have leapt into the 1980's with CD's myself. Dumptruck was my first CD
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:03pm tim:

See Kutscher's before using the word "surviving" to describe it. It has changed hands -- but not dishes or linens -- about 50 times since Alan King died.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:07pm larry:

FYI-SAM PHILLIPS tonite (6pm) at SOUND FIX in Williamsburg, 110 Bedford Ave. (N. 11th)--FREE, 718-388-8090
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:08pm Sean Daily:

Holy SHIT, Dow closed down over 449 points, over 4%. Most of the other indexes are down, too. It was only - ONLY - down 250 the last time I looked.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:12pm Parq:

Hmm, first CD. I think mine was the first Fountains of Wayne. I do know that my last nw LP was Nirvana's "Nevermind".

Oh, and that's my favorite version of "Ain't Misbehavin'", one of my favorite songs.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:30pm C:

Nice song! Great way to get me in the mood for the David Byrne concert tonight. I hear he has dancers on rolling charis.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:32pm old skool:

I believe my first two CDs were EPs: Salt 'n' Pepa and Ciccone Youth. That would put it at around 1986....
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:33pm Sean Daily:

Compassion? What is this... compassion you speak of, stranger?
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:34pm giraffus:

Love that new Byrne/Eno album
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:34pm stingy d:

this is a boss raincoats song
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:38pm C:

Yeah, giraffus. Not at all what I expected (Bush of Ghosts), but really good nonetheless. Now that Fat Boy Slim one-off collaboration is another story.
  Wed. 9/17/08 5:56pm Graeme:

Great show today Irwin - I enjoyed it all but my favourite was Lindisfarne.
  Sat. 9/20/08 2:02am Roger:

Once again I am grovelling for the return of Muriel and her treasure.

And speaking of another Muriel.namely Muriel Gaines,a few months back I found an unplayed copy of the 50s Rendition EP,which combines the two 1946 National 78s,with Sam Manning. Unfortunately this copy has no cover.If anybody reading this should have such a cover,I would be VERY interested...
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