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Options October 20, 2010: Singles Going Steady!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
The Partridge Family  I Think I Love You   Options   Bell    45  found in basement  0:00:00 ()
Janis Ian  At Seventeen   Options   Columbia    45  found in basement  0:02:06 ()
Donny Osmond  Go Away Little Girl   Options   MGM    45  found in basement  0:05:58 ()
Lynn Anderson  I Never Promised You a Rose Garden   Options   Columbia      found in basement  0:07:54 ()
MFSB  Summertime and I'm Feelin' Mellow   Options   Philadelphia International    45  found in basement  0:11:19 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Stock Hausen & Walkman 
Buy Me   Options   These Records    45    0:18:47 ()
Seals & Crofts  Summer Breeze   Options   Warner Brothers    45  found in basement  0:19:12 ()
Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony  Killing Me Softly With His Song   Options   Avco    45  found in basement  0:22:22 ()
Beto Orlando con los Cuatro Soles  Porque te Quiero Hasta el Delirio   Options   UA Latino    45  found in basement  0:25:32 ()
Billy Paul  Me and Mrs. Jones   Options   Philadelphia International    45  found in basement  0:28:15 ()
          7"  Something about wolves, found at a high school in Vermont. Absolutely no information on record or sleeve, just pictures  0:33:36 ()
Ian Epps  locked groove   Options   Unframed    7"    0:35:55 ()
Jeff Haskell  Sam's Place   Options   Capitol    45  Lisbon flea market  0:41:37 ()
Fernando Girão   Intellectual de Cafe   Options   Diapaso    45  Lisbon flea market  0:43:47 ()
Stephan Remmler  I Don't Go to USA   Options   Polygram  1987  45  Lisbon flea market  0:48:19 ()
Il etait une fois  A 6000 [We don't speak english]   Options   Pathé Marconi/EMI  1975  45  Lisbon flea market  0:51:36 ()
The Ex with Kamagurka & Herr Seele  This Song is in English   Options       MP3  http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/04/this_song_is_in.html  0:55:18 ()
Diana Ross  Love Child   Options   Motown    45  Found in basement, played at wrong speed  0:59:22 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Stock Hausen & Walkman 
Buy Me   Options   These    45    1:07:36 ()
Peter, Paul & Mary  I'm Leaving On a Jet Plane   Options   Warner Brothers    45  found in basement  1:08:03 ()
Johnnie Taylor  Disco Lady   Options   Columbia    45  found in basement  1:10:52 ()
The Stylistics  You Make Me Feel Brand New   Options   Avco    45  found in basement  1:15:15 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Stock Hausen & Walkman 
Sue Me   Options   These Records    45    1:28:11 ()
The Stylistics  Break Up to Make Up   Options   Avco    45  found in basement  1:26:58 ()
The Stylistics  Sing Baby Sing   Options   Avco    45  found in basement  1:30:35 ()
The Stylistics  I Take It Out on You   Options   Avco    45  found in basement  1:33:23 ()
The New Birth  Oh Baby I Love the Way   Options   RCA    45  found in basement  1:37:26 ()
  Business Letter Dictation   Shorthand Dictation for Speed Building          1:38:29 ()
Lipps, Inc.  Funky Town   Options   Casablanca    45  Found in basement, played at wrong speed  1:42:28 ()
  The Black Stallion     Buena Vista    7"  found on street in upper manhattan  1:43:03 ()
Louie Ramirez  Latin Rhapsody   Options   Cotique    45    1:46:14 ()
            Something else from a high school in Vermont  1:48:22 ()
  Baby Pac-Man Goes to the Market           found on street in upper manhattan  1:49:56 ()
Chicago  If You Leave Me Now   Options         found in basement  1:51:11 ()
Kenta Nagai  locked groove   Options   Unframed    7"    1:54:09 ()
Stock Hausen & Walkman  Buy Me   Options           1:54:45 ()
Marvin Gaye  What's Going On   Options   tamla    45  found in basement  1:57:25 ()
KC & The Sunshine Band  That's the Way I Like It   Options   TK Records    45  found in basement  2:04:14 ()
Shorty Long  Here Comes the Judge   Options   Soul    45  found in basement  2:06:42 ()
Shirley and Company  Shame Shame Shame   Options   Vibration    45  Two copies found in basement played at the simultaneously  2:09:22 ()
Andy Harlow  Superstar   Options   Vaya    45  found in basement  2:11:00 ()
Ferry Aid  Let it Be   Options         Record sold with The Sun newspaper to raise money for the victims of the Zeebrugge ferry disaster, March 6th, 1987  2:14:50 ()
Joe Cuba Sextette  Wabble-Cha   Options   Serco    45  found in basement  2:22:27 ()
Manu Dibango  Soul Makossa   Options   Atlantic    45  found in basement  2:24:53 ()
 
Neil Diamond  High Rolling Man   Options   MCA    45  found in basement  2:29:26 ()
Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway  Where is the Love?   Options   Atlantic    45  found in basement  2:31:59 ()
Eddie Holman  Hey There Lonely Girl   Options   ABC    45  found in basement  2:34:38 ()
The Staples Singers  I'll Take You There   Options   Stax    45  found in basement  2:38:03 ()
 
The Honey Cone  Want Ads   Options         found in basement  2:43:57 ()
Carol Douglas  Doctor's Orders   Options   Midland International    45  found in basement  2:46:08 ()
News Service Series, No. II  Gastric Ulcer   Options   Milpath    7"    2:48:59 ()
The Jackson 5  The Love You Save   Options   Motown    45  two copies, found in basement, played at wrong speed but at the same time  2:50:57 ()
Gladys Knight  It's Time to Go   Options   Soul    45  found in basement  2:55:14 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 10/20/10 12:06pm genericPlacebo:

hyperreality with the snap crackle pop!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:10pm anniemouse:

oops, i've been transformed in to a rodent.!must have been that spell..
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:13pm Cecile:

I'll bet you have a strong urge to hear the theme from "Rat Patrol"...:D
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:13pm Mike Fun:

Intentionally playing the scratchiest you could find?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:13pm still b/p:

Decades after seeing heavy magnification of what scratches and debris do to a record needle...I still get anxiety at the sounds, even as I love 'em so.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:14pm Swami:

Flashin back to 4th grade.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:14pm rosh:

you're tapping into some serious past life roller coaster of love gone lost territory,awesome.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:20pm bob:

mfsb is skipping
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:21pm Gigantor:

Sweet show, Kurt! Keep it up! I am regressing in time...
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:24pm Cecile:

As I mentioned to Fabio once, so many 70s hits are bittersweet, even hearing them long after my youthful angst has faded.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:26pm annie:

agreed, cecile.. agreed..
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:26pm Cecile:

it was one long hangover of a decade in a lot of ways.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:27pm 37:

nice playlist!
all thrown out by one 45 collector?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:28pm Carmichael:

Kurt forgot his records and is settling for the entire Have a Nice Day collection.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:30pm 37:

go away little girl by donny osmond was my 1st musical purchase
ok.... there, i've admitted it!
it is backed (on my 45) by "time to ride".... which also got lots of pre teen airplay
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:32pm don:

did you break into my dad's basement, kurt?!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:33pm Carmichael:

Just noticed this is the famous "Found in Basement" series
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:33pm Cecile:

37, mine was Old Fashioned Love Song by 3 Dog night, I think backed by One. Great two-fer of Newman and Nilsson!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:33pm still b/p:

Oh, now, Me and Mrs. Jones with the used vinyl quality is twice as evocative as some other scratched and poppin' singles might be.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:34pm Mr. Jones:

Say WHAT?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:35pm 37:

Old Fashioned Love Song.... vey nice... maye kurt'll play that one too
the pops and scratches are great

whats tthis now...??... sounds good
havta run but will be back...
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:36pm AnAnonymousParty:

Is 'Scratched Vinyl' the name of a band?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:37pm annie:

the dog just got off the couch looking for coyotes..
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:37pm zoot:

This sounds to me like it may be an abridged version of the Robert Redford narrated wolf lp. One side was him, the flip side was a series of howls. I've actually converted it to cd along with field recordings of gibbons. My son used to occasionally play them on his collitch radio show.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:38pm amy:

It is just that Robert Redford lp. I listened it just last winter!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:38pm Listener David in Budd Lk:

I have this "wolf record". It is narrated by Robert Redford. Side A is narrated, side B is just howling
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:39pm AnAnonymousParty:

Ima want me a mash-up of wolf howls and whale songs.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:41pm Mike Fun:

My first 7" was "Love is like oxygen" by Sweet.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:42pm zoot:

first 7 inch I bought was Bert Kaemfert "African Beat" as heard on the Sandy Becker show.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:42pm Carmichael:

Mine was Born on the Bayou. Picture sleeve!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:43pm philz:

If I remember right, my first 7" single was "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies. Kinda silly, kinda sad, but it still gets stuck in my head some days...
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:44pm Carmichael:

I cut that off of the back of a Sugar Smacks box.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:45pm 37:

yes!!! i love this.... VERY COOL... THANKS!!
i have to go to two meetings now (probably till the show is over) but thanks
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:46pm annie:

45s were in our house when i was born... lots of spoken word stuff, children's songs..we did also have 16s. my dad made language recordings..we were very audio-based ... so, first 45.. well... hard to tell..our favorite was "I want a hippopotamus for christrmas." and the "carrot song"
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:46pm 37:

i have sugar sugar on 45 too..... silly/stupid/great
see ya
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:47pm Matthew:

First purchased = 'Hanky Panky' by Tommy James & The Shondells.
Most recent: Black Lips & Subsonics Live At The Clermont Hotel - split 7"
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:47pm Gigantor:

Hey, mine was Sugar Sugar cut from the back of a cereal box too!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:48pm annie:

sandy becker!!!!! yay!
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:48pm misterfriendly:

first 7" I purchased was either 'sweet home alabama' or 'frankenstein' by edgar winter group. though I did receive a 7" of 'monster mash' as a present from my older brother earlier than that. Said brother also had singles of 'Popcorn' (first techno hit!) and 'Magic Carpet Ride' by Steppenwolf which we would listen to on parents' giant tube-powered console record player. It had a little door at the bottom which revealed the speaker grille - we would lie on our backs and stick our heads inside the speaker compartment, then try to close the doors so it would sound boomier.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:48pm zoot:

Annie,
Was that "Carrots grow from carrot seeds. I planted one to grow it. I watered it, I pulled the weeds. Carrots grow from carrot seeds"? I had that, too, but I didn't buy it. My folks did.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:50pm misterfriendly:

and wasn't' there a Jackson 5 single that was laminated to the back of a cereal box? Probably Apple Jacks - the J5 used to pitch that stuff on Tv didn't' they?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:50pm Cecile:

The last single I bought was a Henry Flynt one from Locust a couple years back.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:51pm annie:

nyah nyah, it won't come up ......we loved that.. yes, that's the song. i planted it i pulled the weeds, carrots grow from carrot seeds.. i still sing it.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:51pm wha?:

Barnes and Barnes Fish Heads on a platter shaped like a fish head. Who could resist?
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:52pm PMD:

I like this Remmler
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:53pm Happy Listener:

Like many other listeners, my house had 45s when I arrived on the scene in the early 70s. When the tavern on the corner of our block closed, they just threw their Seeburg jukebox in the alley, and my father scavenged it for the speakers and singles. Then my cousins grew out of the music they'd been listening to (they were 6 and 7 years older than I), and donated me their singles collection. I had a ridiculous amount of vinyl as a kid, but I can't remember the first 45 I purchased with my own (allowance) money.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:54pm LizGig:

This Remmler is a classic that deserves far more airplay. The yodelling was such a thoughtful touch.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:56pm gumby:

1st 45 Grand Funk Railroad "We're an American Band:" on yellow vinyl.
  Wed. 10/20/10 12:58pm philz:

Carmichael, I cut the 7" out also from Sugar Smakes... I remember playing it on a close-and-play with the little girl next door :)
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:07pm LizGig:

I was in the US the first time I got singles. My mother took me to Two Guys. Does that shop exist any more? There was a 'buy 7' deal. I'm sure there was a 10cc single. And something on Atlantic. I can remember the label, but I can't remember the single.

Around the same time I also got a free copy of 'Diddy Boppin and Motor Mouthin' at the launch of a lighting shop. The DJ was giving them out. And, courtesy of WFMU, I have heard that track within the past few months. By Clara somebody.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:08pm Cecile:

I love it, too, Kurt. Great song.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:09pm dc pat:

CRAP!!! Missed my fave Ex song!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:11pm annie:

this one holds record hop trauma for me.... still have pangs 40 years later.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:14pm annie:

jesus kurt, you're turning us into blubbering, sentimental adolescents again!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:15pm DJ KG:

i'm loving the stories! keep 'em coming. first 7" you bought? last one you bought? most traumatic 7" memory?

thanks for tuning in, everyone!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:16pm rosh:

@ annie. be it love lost,death,or just leaving home for "greener pastures", that song kills just everyone w/a pulse. luckily,Johnnie Taylor is here for us to shake it off to!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:16pm Rebel:

arggghhhh... the static, the popping. I can see the record wobble. Now I remember why we used all the old discs as skeet.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:17pm mark:

Pretty sure I had Disco Lady on one of those K-Tel or similar single comps back in the 70's. Get down!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:19pm DJ KG:

DC Pat (and everyone): I just posted a link in the comments field for The Ex "This Song is in English"
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:19pm annie:

right on rosh, so true..!! this is actually very cathartic.. we fmu hipsters have a heart after all.!!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:22pm Mike Fun:

There's going to be 7" of gunk on the needles by the end of the show!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:22pm don:

shit ya, skip that brand new
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:23pm dc pat:

Thanks KG, I have that on 7" but could use digital versoin.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:23pm annie:

"this is a stalling tape" on 45!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:24pm PMD:

annie, that's funny. it's actually nice to hear.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:24pm Cecile:

I LOVE THIS SONG so much.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:28pm Cecile:

okay!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:29pm Tom:

First 7" had to be Men at Work circa '83 or '84. Either Down Under or Overkill (had them both). 10 years old.

Most recent: UV Race "I Hate You"
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:29pm rosh:

vinyl popping & skips are what got me first listening to WFMU when I was a weird 15 yr. old. that and i was looking for dirty country and uncensored hc/punk songs. luckily,fmu is haven to it all
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:31pm Cecile:

Tom: I think Overkill is a great song. I should get that 45.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:32pm Tom:

It just reminds me now of being a despondent 5th grader.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:45pm rosh:

sadly,i'm leaving work & must stop listening. Great show,kurt & rad stories everyone!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:50pm slugluv1313:

hi Kurt! GREAT show! running w/the topic -- *my* first 45 purchase was "Lady Marmalade" by LaBelle -- although as others have mentioned, i also recall being given 45s (i think friends who did not want the records anymore?) -- "Babysitting Boogie," the Beach Boys' version of "Barbara Ann" . . . maybe a few others but those are the ones i remember (oh, the *joys* of SENILITY ha ha!)
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:52pm still b/p:

Can't recollect 1st purchased 45, but many 45 memories: Snoopy and the Red Baron songs, Beach Boys Good Vibrations, Monkees Steppin' Stone; bought Blood, Sweat & Tears And When I Die and Oliver(!) Good Morning Starshine for bro's b'day -- but him no like. Helped with a trade of sister's Mama Cass Dream A Little Dream for cousin's Turtles Happy Together...
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:53pm Cecile:

Pac-Baby has no legs!
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:55pm Looms:

1st purchased: Culture Club, do you really want to hurt me
last purchased: Tore Honoré Boe, KNEKK
That's what we call evolution.
  Wed. 10/20/10 1:58pm mark:

If You Leave Me Now ... another song I hate from the 70's along with the Seals & Croft song you played earlier (heard you say you felt same way). You can add A Horse With No Name to that list while I'm thinking about it.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:00pm Tom:

I only read recently that Peter Cetera's jaw, and thus his jaw-y singing style, is a result of him getting into a fight at a Dodgers game when he was young. Hard to think of loverboy as a fighter too.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:03pm Cecile:

And Eyedea! So there's your three casualties in a row.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:04pm EpeeduBois:

1st 7" - Star Wars disco!
last- Led er Est
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:05pm Matthew:

Most traumatic 7" memory: Not for me, but for my friend's mom. We traded '45's. He got 'Dirty Water' by The Standells, I got 'Mellow Yellow' by Donovan. She made us re-trade because she thought The Standells record was obscene.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:06pm Hugo:

I can't recall what was the first purchase - have to look through the piles first, but in terms of "inherited" 45s, what comes to mind is the Billy Vaughn version of "La Paloma" and Cliff Richard "Move it!" on yellow vinyl. And some fine Fats Domino tunes.

But one of the most interesting ones was "Amazing Grace" by Great Awakening. It was the signature theme for Radio Geronimo back in 1970 and was also an unofficial theme song for the Isle of Wight festival that year. I found it in a record shop in Camden, London, six years later. Thought about it, went in, asked the shop assistant who vanished into the interior of the shop and returned with the object a couple of minutes later. Great shop, but long gone.

The tune:
http://www.muziboo.com/Chamatand/music/amazing-grace-by-the-great-awakening/

The object:
http://www.radiogeronimo.co.uk/HLU_10284.jpg
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:07pm Tom:

I have a box of 45s I inherited / took from my mom. LAst time she was over I played them all night because there;s some great stuff in there (Belfast Gypsies Secret Police - whaddup mom!), and I thought she'd get a kick outta hearing them all these years later, but mom swore she'd never owned most of them. She even called one of the records 'drug music.'
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:11pm ?:

first was Kraft Werk "Trans Europe Express"
last DIVINE "I am a Man"
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:11pm Felipe:

sorry DIVINE WALK LIKE A MAN!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:12pm Cecile:

I love Shame Shame SHame.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:14pm Cecile:

Okay, I need the Spanish version of Superstar.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:14pm MARC:

i have 500 7-inch records.The First was when i was 10--"The Hustle" by Van McCoy. The last one i bought was "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You." by Glenn Medeiros.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:14pm mark:

1st 45 was Paper Lace - The Night Chicago Died ... I think. Oh ... another song from 70's I hate ... Wildfire.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:15pm emmagineering:

hiiiiii DJKG, Judge Shorty Long says you need to boogaloo for 90 days. i love that song. great set! :)
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:16pm MARC:

i miss not being able to buy them now. i loved collecting them.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:17pm jaw:

1st The Streak 2nd Earache My Eye Cheech & Chong featuring Alice Bowie
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:20pm Marc in Liverpool:

Ferry Aid? Never heard of it.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:21pm Julie:

I have this single too! And I almost played it. And good for you, digging through all that stuff in the basement!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:23pm Tom:

Have Sheena Easton "9 to 5" handy ?!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:24pm Marc in Liverpool:

Preceded by "Respectable" by Mel and Kim
UK number-one single
4 April 1987 - 18 April 1987
Succeeded by "La Isla Bonita" by Madonna

sandwiched between two pop classics. i miss the 80's.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:24pm Dominick:

1st "The Mummy" by Bob McFadden & "Dor" (Rod McKuen)
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:24pm Bad Ronald:

Hey Jaw my 1st one was "The Streak" too. 2nd Grand Funk "Locomotion"!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:26pm MARC:

When i tell my coworkers who are 20-somethings about this format they look at me like i have 9-heads.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:28pm jaw:

Ha, Bad Ronald I knew our paths were going to cross sometime.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:32pm PMD:

Neil!!!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:33pm Tom:

Neil Diamond was 1st and 2nd CONCERT!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:34pm Carmichael:

Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show was my 1st concert.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:34pm Ike:

Ah! That Manu Dibango was great. Finally, something I love (besides SH&W and the Ex). (Are you an audio masochist, KG? If not then why play things you admit you don't like?)

I'd like to think I'm too young to have gotten into seven-inch records but I probably just didn't like vinyl. I was more of a cassingles kind of kid.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:35pm Mark from Pompton Plains:

I never knew Neil Diamond's music could be that fun! Guess I've only really started living.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:37pm 37:

ok... i'm back..... still in "the groove" i see.... debbie would love this show!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:37pm Tom:

1st couple Neil records are good.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:38pm DJ KG:

neil's last one was great too! "12 songs." killer!

welcome back, 37,

ike: there are many kinds of like. not liking is one kind of liking.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:39pm ?:

i missed soul makossa.... damn!!!!
you sure these aren't MY 45s?!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:39pm 37:

i missed soul makossa.... damn!!!!
you sure these aren't MY 45s?!
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:41pm 37:

"boy with the green eyes"
best neil diamond song ever
well... there is sweet caroline
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:43pm Ike:

KG, that is both profound and silly.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:43pm Cecile:

I like other people doing Neil's songs.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:47pm Rebel:

I am picturing a mustache (super handlebar variety) attached to the needle.... snap crackle pop. How many cartridges and/or stylii are you burning through this week? Can't wait till this hits the the archive for rebroadcast.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:47pm BSI:

Half the day brutally stolen by a water heater with an attitude problem... I see I've been missing a VERY SPECIAL programme....
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:48pm still b/p:

Although I knew it couldn't be so, back in the day it always sounded to me like she was singing "..But will accept if you're Chinese."
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:57pm MARC:

GREAT SHOW! loved the trip down memory lane. Thank you.
  Wed. 10/20/10 2:59pm Cecile:

Kurt, this was an amazing show. Thanks!
  Wed. 10/27/10 12:24pm adamp:

Kurt, glad you played Ian Epps.
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