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Options April 9, 2009: Twentieth Century Fads: Part I!!

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Artist Track
Belbury Poly  From An Ancient Star   Options
Les Sacqueboutiers  Merula: Ciaconna   Options
The Box Tops  Whiter Shade of Pale   Options
Alemayehu Eshete  Enat YeenDJere Enat   Options
Banza  Saltarello   Options
James Booker  Medley: Slow Down Baby, etc.   Options

Listener comments!

  Thu. 4/9/09 2:13am thomas:

good morning, at least its morning here in the netherlands
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:15am thomas:

dave..... dave.......daaaaaaaisy
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:16am thomas:

easy to break record :D
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:17am thomas:

are the hipies unexplained?
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:18am joshua k:

fake famous phonies
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:19am brycepunk:

Night people! One of my favorite times of the week!
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:24am thomas:

too bad i have to get to work, but i'll check out the archives ;-)

saaaandy... can't you seeee
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:26am thomas:

shower us with knowledge dave
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:33am Nick the Bard:

Flagpole Sitting
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:34am thomas:

not everything that's specific for a period of time is a fad
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:36am Brian:

Fads of 1920's - pole sitting, dance marathons
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:38am Brian:

Crossword puzzles were invented earlier, but became wildly popular in the 1920s
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:39am joshua k:

  Thu. 4/9/09 2:41am Josef:

I cant call cause i dont have a phone so i hope you are reading these on the air..... cause a big fad in the 1920s was a fascination with Egypt after the discovery of King Tut's Tomb. or would that be a trend?
anyways if you read and mention this then i write more and you can reach your comment goal!
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:42am Brian:

Hindenberg - 1937; You're thinking of Felix the Cat
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:42am max:

DUDE betty boop was in the late 20's on
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:43am max:

check out "bimbo's initiation"
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:44am max:

one of the craziest cartoons ever... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyH2U4I8MT8
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:45am Joshua K:

I just read playing Mahjong was a fad of the 20s.
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:53am Joshua K:

Amos and Andy first aired in 1928.
1930 mickey mouse first comic strip
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:53am max:

orson's last role was for transformers: the animated movie....
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:54am Josef:

'30s..... Frozen dinners became big
  Thu. 4/9/09 2:59am Joshua K:

This is a good page http://xroads.virginia.edu/~1930s2/Time/timefr.htm
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:00am Joshua K:

html... should have an L on it... oops
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:03am Joshua K:

Benny Goodman
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:05am Lori:

The Little Rascals
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:09am Lori:


WC Fields
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:15am Benjamin, uk.:

My dad wore shirts with detachable collars. He was a blue collar worker and wore detachable collars because the collars got dirty and wore out first, so he just bought new collars, which were cheaper than buying a whole new shirt.
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:19am Joshua:

All the long distance flight records, lindbergh, amelia earhart. The first commercial passenger planes... all that was in the 30s
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:21am Lori:

Abbott & Costello
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:22am Joshua:

I think most vodkas are actually made from grain these days instead of potato.
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:23am frenchy:

ouzo makes me sick. anise is the worst. abisnthe is yucky too.
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:24am brycepunk:

It's weird... I've tried calling twice in the past ten minutes but it just keeps ringing...
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:25am shaniquah:

can you dig a hole in my black hairy earth and place your "thing" in it?
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:26am Ben, uk.:

I drank absinthe once. It cost me £6 British pounds. It was so strong by the time I'd drunk it I was incapable of telling whether I was getting an alcohol buzz or a wormwood drug buzz from it. I've never drunk it again. You can also buy absinthe in Amsterdam , together with other more potent substances, which I haven't tried.
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:28am jocko:

tight black hairy earth
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:28am joshua:

I think we just entered zoot suit territory
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:30am josef:

Slinky was big in the '40s.... how's that for a fad??
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:30am en rich edbread:

your convo reminds me of taking acid with a group of friends that ends up talking til 9 in the morning. or just a regular coke night.
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:32am Lori:

Rosie the Riviter
Pearl Harbor
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:35am Lori:

The Baby Boom
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:36am Josef:

another '40s fad.... the Bikini was invented. not that you are reading any of my posts... :(
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:45am Lori:

  Thu. 4/9/09 3:46am JOsef:

The Jitterbug
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:46am Lori:

  Thu. 4/9/09 3:48am frenchy:

vaudeville was pre-40's
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:50am frenchy:

fantasia, pinocchio and bambi came out in 1940
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:50am Joshua:

how about hank williams
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:53am bob marley:

vacuum cleaner invented in 1901
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:53am Lori:

Goldfish swallowing
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:57am thomas:

josef - i guess they are never reading comments
  Thu. 4/9/09 3:58am thomas:

they dont deserve 86 comments :D lets all stop at 85 to taunt the night people
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:02am Dave In London:

You can use my backyard in Hackney - London, for the time capsile. The MTA museum is in Brookyln, and it's fun place to see subway trains.
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:11am Lori:

I think the song was Sara
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:13am thomas:

sings "oh lori" for lori
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:19am Lori:

Miniature golf
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:27am thomas:

mini toothbrush dispensers
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:29am thomas:

even the commenters dont read comments :D
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:35am bakelite:

are you going to post the playlist ?
i'm falling asleep, goodnight night people.........
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:35am Josef:

whered the isnsightful and thoroughly engaging conversation go?
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:36am thomas:

who cares about the music
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:37am thomas:

that was meant in appreciation of the talkies
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:44am thomas:

all commenters are asleep. and i'm at work. alone.. again
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:50am thomas:

still going for that extra comment
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:52am thomas:

2 more hours to go, hang in there night people
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:52am thomas:

these math questions are killing me :D
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:54am thomas:

ps: i need to know the make and type of you reverb unit
  Thu. 4/9/09 4:56am thomas:

i meant youR ofcourse.. and the unit really needs a nickname
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:00am joshua:

Like is there a standardized IQ test somewhere... if you take one made by someone else the results would be different.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:06am Dave in London:

Lionel Trains were big in the late 1940's and 50's. Also, plastic was invented down the street from me in London in 1928. Did not come into pratical use until WW2.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:11am thomas:

everybody needs a nemesis
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:16am thomas:

nemesea would acutally be a cool topic
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:17am thomas:

this is comment 73 with one hour to go
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:19am thomas:

74 just for the hell of it
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:23am thomas:

party like its 1975
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:24am thomas:

76 so what is exactly your point in wishing for 86 comments? i bet they wont be added to the time capsule anyway
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:26am thomas:

77 crazy japanese swordfighters in a barrel
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:28am thomas:

78 bottles of absynth on the wall
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:29am thomas:

79 running that extra mile
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:30am thomas:

80 all those calculations feels like im playing brain training for the mentally challenged
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:31am wha?:

I'm listening, and I'll bet he's talking about Greystone in Morris Plains. (I'm not a cop,)
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:31am thomas:

there are actually 81 dimensions
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:32am thomas:

+ that one makes 83
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:33am joshua:

Theres some delay on the internet
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:34am Dave in London:

I have a straight jacket if you want it!
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:35am josef:

i wonder which decade breaking records first became a big fad?
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:36am Dave in London:

it's ex US Army, leather & burlap type material
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:36am thomas:

so there you have it, comment 86
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:37am wha?:

Yeah, you have to wonder how many people are in straight jackets for recreational purposes.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:43am Joshua K:

Maybe ghosts are some kind of jungian collective archetype brain illusion
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:45am Dave in London:

I think ghost are memories left behind, like a recording but left in places not on tapes.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:46am thomas:

from Holland.

have a good morning's sleep guys
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:52am L:

Good show.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:52am m:

Kudos from an overtime worker @ Barcelona Spain. Ha.
  Thu. 4/9/09 5:54am thomas:

5 minutes to go, hang in there
  Thu. 4/9/09 6:08am thomas:

is the last clerk left
  Thu. 4/9/09 6:26am thomas:

haunting the post-broadcast comment list..
  Thu. 4/9/09 8:08am thomas:


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