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Options January 19, 2011: The "morning blahs" are the high point of my day.

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"Children just aren't going to know what snow is,"
said a leading scientist (in Y2K).


Oh, noes!

Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
The Bad Plus  Beryl Loves to Dance   Options Never Stop  0:03:53 ()
Max Rubin  Love Me Maggie   Options Michigan Snow  0:07:32 ()
If By Yes (Petra Haden & Yuka Honda)  You Feel Right   Options Salt on Sea Glass  0:09:03 ()
Julian Lynch  Ears   Options Mare  0:13:57 ()
 
TRISH KEENAN (1968-2011)      0:30:15 ()
Broadcast  Come On, Let's Go   Options The Noises Made By People  0:21:23 ()
Broadcast  The Book Lovers   Options The Book Lovers EP  0:24:10 ()
Broadcast  Ominous Cloud   Options Haha Sound  0:29:35 ()
Broadcast  Simple   Options Extended Play Two  0:32:55 ()
Broadcast  America's Boy   Options Tender Buttons  0:35:54 ()
Broadcast  Living Room   Options Work And Non Work  0:38:56 ()
Broadcast  You Can Fall   Options The Noises Made By People  0:42:11 ()
Broadcast  I Found the F   Options Tender Buttons  0:46:38 ()
Broadcast  Lunch Hour Pops   Options Haha Sound  0:48:50 ()
 
Lee Morgan  Durem   Options Taru  0:55:57 ()
Julian Lynch  Ruth, My Sister   Options Mare  1:03:22 ()
Roy Budd  Plaything   Options Get Carter (soundtrack)  1:08:14 ()
Deerhunter  Helicopter   Options Halcyon Digest  1:10:21 ()
The Clientele  Lamplight   Options The Violet Hour  1:15:13 ()
 
Horace Silver  Enchantment   Options 6 Pieces of Silver  1:26:10 ()
Tom Waits  Way Out West   Options Bone Machine  1:32:10 ()
Wire  Clay   Options Red Barked Tree  1:35:27 ()
Chuck Gregg  Walking at Midnight   Options Counterpart Records 1970 single (recorded 1967)  1:39:05 ()
Super Furry Animals  Happiness Is a Worn Pun   Options Rings Around the World  1:41:04 ()
 
Chuck Gregg  Walking at Midnight   Options Counterpart Records 1970 single (recorded 1967)  1:49:49 ()
Chuck Gregg  Insane   Options Counterpart Records 1967 single (recorded 1963)  1:52:57 ()
Chuck Gregg  Walking at Midnight   Options Counterpart Records 1970 single (recorded 1967)  1:55:53 ()
Henry Phillips w/ Suzie Rose  He's Talking Again   Options L.A. Dream  1:58:19 ()
Madness  House of Fun   Options Madness: The Ultimate Collection  2:01:29 ()
Lane Steinberg  Second Class (She's Too Good for Me) (The Move cover)   Options 2011 home recording  2:04:09 ()
Amanda  Got My Mind Set On You   Options Primitive Swagger  2:06:32 ()
 
If By Yes (Petra Haden & Yuka Honda with David Byrne)  Eliza   Options Salt on Sea Glass  2:14:09 ()
Corwood's Pupil  To See If You Wince   Options What You Can Handle  2:18:31 ()
Brian Dewan  Loathsome Idols   Options The Operating Theater  2:23:11 ()
The Tiptons  Sheltering Storm   Options Strange Flower  2:29:02 ()
 
Shoes  Too Late   Options Present Tense  2:37:08 ()
The Spectrals  Peppermint   Options Extended Play  2:39:58 ()
Fountains of Wayne  California Sex Lawyer   Options Out-of-State Plates  2:42:51 ()
Menahan Street Band  Going the Distance   Options Make the Road by Walking  2:45:44 ()
P-I-R Square  Fantasy   Options Bay Area Funk - Funk & Soul Essentials from San Francisco, Oakland and the Bay Area 1967-1976, Vol. 1  2:48:15 ()
Tucker, the Schnoodle  Tucker piano Dec 7'2010   Options Tucker Plays for the YouTubes on the Cat-Free Internets  2:52:30 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 1/19/11 3:02pm Garrison:

The show actually isn't over now, it hasn't started yet (see last show's playlist)
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:02pm Looms:

Lee Morgan is going wild!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:03pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yes, this does sound somewhat different
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:03pm Laura L:

My ears is going krazy!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:04pm still b/p:

One line of listening at a time is for low-voltage shmoes.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I keep thinking I have two streams going
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:05pm Mike East:

freaked me out too...I love WFMU
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:06pm Younger Generation:

What's, "snow"?
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:06pm Staggered Stereo:

our new programming platform: LSD without the flashbacks, unless you click on the archive later too...
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE, Staggered Stereo: So I'm guessing you had the "lock skip" of Lee Morgan's saxophone and overlaid tracks too?
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:11pm oh albedo:

Reflection-flection what's your interjection!

Albedo's got nothing to do with libido.
But ohhhhh.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:11pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin having a little fun with the intro I suppose? I actually did have buffering problems at first, so I wasn't sure.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:13pm Open Minded:

Global warming is really kinda warmed over at this late date.

Snow what!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:14pm Staggered Stereo:

@DCE -- Seems everyone heard it, so just a little IrFun, ah reckinz...
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:15pm Ike:

Ha! Every winter, ignorant cons make me chortle w/the hilarious "there's snow!!!! so global climate change must be fake!!" stuff. Oh and then they act like Al Gore is some kind of ultra-wealthy mega-kingpin, and suddenly being rich is BAD (but just for him, oh and for G. Soros too, but just them).
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:17pm Tech:

Cue up Lee in CD Player One, cue up Lee in CD Player Two, then press forward and reverse buttons repeatedly on one of the tracks...
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

and slight headache
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:22pm Looms:

Good Lord, we're all gonna die!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Julian Lynch is awesome--unfortunately I'll be at a convention tomorrow. But I'll definitely listen to that archive, it will give me a chance to give Jason Sigal's show a try (the NON Apatow movies one).
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:23pm the wild man:

great sets man, thanks!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:24pm Eisenhower:

Do I like Ike? :-)
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: That intro triggered a flashback of the time in July '09 when Winamp started to play over itself--I cowered under my desk, muttering "The lemons will save you, save some for the lemons" ad infinitum. But I'm fine now.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:24pm Parq:

Searched unsuccessfully for a famous quote beginning with "If by yes you mean ..." Cf. "If by whiskey ..."
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:25pm still b/p:

If we'd had the interwebs a few decades back, we could've been asking each other, "Are you on Flashback? Yah, check my Flashback page. I'll freak ya. How many freaks do you have?"
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@Parq:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If-by-whiskey
One of the funnest stories about a logical fallacy!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:25pm bernie:

more Petra Hadyn
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:27pm Well-Aged Brain:

No flashbacks here. Swiss Cheese Syndrome has erased my memories, except those prior to age 12, which I now converse about a hundred times a day to anyone who will or won't listen.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:27pm bernie:

sorry Petra...Haden....
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@still b/p: Remember the anime that caused seizures in children? If the interwebs were around 40 yrs ago, that moment woulda happened MUCH earlier, as freak artists could create and spread freaked-out media at unprecedented speed.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:27pm nestor:

thanks for the broadcast :) xo
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:29pm roscoe sugarfield:

perfect call irwin, as usual
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:30pm bernie:

where would we be without Irwin on Wednesday afternoons?
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:30pm jnobs:

r.i.p. influential lady.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

nothing beats a walk in the woods with Broadcast in yer phones
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:33pm Looms:

Oh, sad news. R.I.P.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:33pm frenchee:

Nice selection, IC!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

http://pitchfork.com/features/articles/7917-appreciation-broadcasts-trish-keenan/
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

http://pitchfork.com/features/articles/7917-appreciation-broadcasts-trish-keenan/
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

so nice I had to said it twice
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:35pm Mike Fun:

Reminds of Mary Hansen a little. Sad about them both>
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Trish was such a wonderful vocalist--I will miss her.
Thanks to all the 'FMU DJs who have been giving tributes the past couple days.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:40pm Gertrude Stein:

Nice title, kids!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:43pm mg:

"Living Room" is my favorite track from Work and Non-Work. I remember being a wee college kid, listening to this in a room with a red bulb and smoking a cigarette. Thanks for the great memories, Trish.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:45pm Aharon:

Oh man. I do not like it when I hear a long non-live set from a musician/band I like, because that usually means one thing.
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:46pm jnobs:

dang kid, bringing me back to my radio days!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:48pm New Musical Express (UK) obit:

http://www.nme.com/news/various-artists/54570
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:51pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

her melodies contain entire worlds
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:54pm Don Kirshner:

I admit she was a little better wordsmith then me. But come on, man, what about props for calculated commercialization???? THE FREAKIN MONKEES, EH???
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:55pm jnobs:

thanks bud!
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Rest, Don, Rest
  Wed. 1/19/11 3:59pm glenn:

i have a question --i have a great song in my itunes that for some reason i can't find the title or artist for. is there some kind of song recognition software i can get from the interwebs?
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:00pm jill:

Glenn- maybe you can sing it and we'll try to figure it out.. does it go "da-da-da, dee-dee-dah?"
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:05pm glenn:

jeez. i lay my song knowing inadequecies out in front of everyone and i get whacked for it. i bet npr wouldn't treat me this bad.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:08pm jill:

aw shucks, I'm just f**king with you. Now i feel bad. If it makes you feel better, i have to admit, i didn't do the math right to post this reply...
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Diane Rehm would ream you
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:10pm Ike:

Diane Rehm's voice would ream anybody('s ears). Sounds like a 137-year-old gargling glass shards.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:11pm Chris:

Loving this Roy Budd track! The entire Get Carter soundtrack is pretty great.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:11pm still b/p:

You browsed some o' what them NPR commenters are puttin' down, pretty much any day? They can rail, spit, spin, sneer and scorch to a remarkable extremity and endurance.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:12pm glenn:

i mess up on the math all the time. it's not like it's string theory or anything, either.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:14pm roscoe sugarfield:

ooooooooo irwinnn
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:14pm glenn:

the best version of get carter, in my opinion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsqCo7WQ-aY
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:16pm Matt from Springfield:

I oughta check out this Halcyon Digest album; such a great sound for the winter.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:16pm tomasz.:

tuned in one song into the Broadcast set. thanks for that, lovely stuff
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:18pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, Matt, it's way better than their other stuff
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:20pm Finding Lyrics:

For songs you hear on the radio or TV soundtracks or ads, just make a mental note to remember a line or two that have words that are not in a ,million different sentences people have typed on the WWW. Search for an exact phrase by putting quotation marks around it in a google search.

It's really easy when you have it on your ipod and can relisten if your first try doesn't work. Just pick a phrase till you get one that pulls up a link to the whole lyrics.

The most obscuro songs may not have lyrics up, but most somewhat known songs do have lyrics, often in multple places all copypasted from another site, often complete with the same exact mistranscriptions and mondegreens. :-)
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:21pm john:

^^ thanks
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:22pm glenn:

oooh. good idea.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:22pm Laura L:

My fave from Violet Hour--thanks, Irwin!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:22pm Finding Lyrics:

NP, learned it though online experience, piled atop grad-school research skills O:-)
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:27pm glenn:

no success though.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:28pm jojo:

soon it will all be jersey, there will be nothing else
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:30pm Ovenall:

New here... listening in Chicago
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@Finding Lyrics: One of my proudest song-finding moments was Primitive Radio Gods: I kept hearing Chris O'Connor's one hit (on commercial radio, so of course they never announced it), and one time I grasped and kept repeating the lyrics "Sunday comes / and all the papers say". Sure enough the only 'Net references to that were to "Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hands".
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:34pm Finding Lyrics:

@glenn -- If it's something really DIY without even a modest-sized cult following, it may not be up on the WWW with lyrics. I searched last week for lyrics to a song used on a cable TV show, and just found queries upon queries asking what it was, speculations about who it kinda sounded like, and no actual lyrics or group name :-(
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, Tom Waits! He sounds like the brother of George Thorogood who didn't "sell out".
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:38pm frenchee:

Diane Rehms sounds like my former mother-in-law.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:39pm glenn:

i think i got the song from a kexp song of the day podcast, and somehow or another erased the info. anyway, i'll figure it out.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:39pm trss:

Hey, you know that water vibration you see in a glass of water when heavy construction vehicles or heavy bass thump it into motion? How do you suppose that affects the 90% water make up of human bodies. Thump thump.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:40pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Another suggestion would be to search YouTube for media that might have the song in it. It might appear as an iTunes link, or you could at least ask the commenters like we do here (e.g. Altered Images' 1981 pop single "Happy Birthday", it's very difficult to search for ANOTHER "Happy Birthday" song!)
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is all very technical and I don't follow
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:42pm doug:

shit yes irwin
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:42pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

rearrange those words
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:44pm Ovenall:

Wonder if this is a put-on like "cruising with Rueben and the Jets"
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

"Walking AT Midnight": A little keg, and some Chuck Gregg.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:44pm Finding Lyrics:

@glenn -- If you know how to view the date-created for the .mp3 file in question, then take that date, go back to the site, and check if you can find it by looking around in their archive on that date and the immediately prior days... (yes, this works only if you downloaded it when it was a current-date or recent-date "song of the day"...)
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:45pm Tomz:

This is for my buddy Sigurjón from Iceland: Þetta er mega gott stöff!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:45pm reelloopy:

OMG! SFA OK! i did the accompanying film to this on the rings around the world DVD...amazzzzzing to hear it on the radio!!! best band ever!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:49pm jill:

finding lyrics has so much more useful information than my bullshit.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:50pm reelloopy:

i can't believe i just OMG'd. sorry all.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:51pm Finding Lyrics:

bs can be fun too !!! the comments are a collaborative mashup, duh!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:51pm Matt from Springfield:

@Finding Lyrics: There is a lot of obscure stuff without any web presence. A cassette of the OLD WHFS in Washington (taped Feb '84) has a bunch of songs/bands with NO web presence. WFMU also plays DIY stuff with no leads as well, so COMMENT--it will create a Web lead! (I'm 1 of only 2 links for the phrase "marijuana and carrots"!)
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Oops, 2 of 3 now!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:52pm glenn:

mmmmm. marijuana and carrots.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@jill: Bullshit provides a soft, cushy, great-if-you-hold-your-nose experience for listening to Irwin.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:54pm Finding Lyrics:

True dat, MfS. But the web's only been here since 1993, and once on the web, forever on the web, so over time everything will end up findable there. I wish all the books I need to read every week were all 100% on the web and searchable. When I'm dead, maybe :-(
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:54pm Dog-Faced Boy:

This is wonderful. Last.fm has nothing about Chuck Gregg either. I might have to remedy that.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:55pm Mimi Cookie:

INSANE! INSANE! INSANE!
Me LOVES Cosmo Gregg!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:55pm Ovenall:

I contend this Chuck Gregg song is a joke done by some hippie types, a la "Cruisin' with Reuben and the Jets." The music accompaniment is too competent for the vocals. I bet it was done as a spoof of old doo-wop music
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:57pm Don Kirshner:

@Ovenall. Three words:

ShaNaNa at Woodstock.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:58pm Dog-Faced Boy:

"Walking at Midnight " definitely has more integrity, if nothing else.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:58pm marq:

yes. awesome. wonderful. alright.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm fluffia:

Jonathan Richman on Romilar
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm Patsy Kline:

I'll be out later.
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm marq:

did Tom Waits do a version of this?
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm Ovenall:

Walkin at Midnight is better. ShaNaNa was certainly tongue in cheek, IMO... Though if "Insane" was really recorded in 1963 as Irwin just said, then my theory could be complete garbage... Who knows
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm doug:

perfect!
  Wed. 1/19/11 4:59pm glenn:

i guarantee chuck has never received this much airplay. ever.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:00pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ovenall: That's a plausible theory, esp. considering counterculture style, but Irwin's played about 6 decades worth of "incorrect music" and found-sounds, and for the 60s, this could DEFINITELY be the real thing. If only there were more links to Chuck.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:01pm Secretary:

He sounds like a sick cat, but his shorthand system was the cat's meow.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:01pm Unclepoop:

The perfect soundtrack to my psychotic breakdown
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Irwin = 100% of many artists', and "artists", airplay.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:02pm Syd Barrett:

This talkin' guy's really interesting!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:03pm glenn:

i think amanda would agree with you, matt.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:03pm Spankyflop:

It seems as though Rex has also played the Unbelievable Chuck Gregg: http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/31139
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:04pm Irwin:

Rex probably owns the vinyl!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:04pm frenchee:

ha ha ha, "oh btw, yours comes out to $32.50"
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:04pm Matt from Springfield:

House of Fun! What a "fun" ska song!
They played this in a pub on "The Young Ones" in 1982.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:06pm Neil:

what do you know about the beans?!!?!?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:07pm matheus:

WHAT THE FUCK, someone else knows Roy Wood's Boulders and MADE A COVER VERSION OF A SONG FROM IT?

Unbelievable.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@Neil: I know you'd better grab a bloody pot to catch these lentils, before they all spill out!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:09pm Matt from Springfield:

YES! One of my fav Amanda "harmonies"!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:11pm Peteski:

What did I miss?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:11pm Alison:

OMG AMANDA! Where can I get this track?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:12pm Unclepoop:

Can't find that record anywhere
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:12pm KC in MKE:

Her war woops are like Ari Up's
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

@Brandy: Something should be shaken now, do you have any suggestions?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:12pm leah:

seconded! - Where can i get this?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:13pm Alison:

It's not on the Free Music Archive.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:13pm glenn:

my cats are staring at the speakers and going "WTF"??
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, yes. That's it. Good one, Brandy.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:13pm Video Parrot:

Amanda adds more fun to this song than *I* ever did.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:15pm KC in MKE:

YES! another Amanda CD, however you want to do it.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:16pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: Put whatever you like on your premium, but AMANDA MUST COME OUT! ALL OF IT! WE'D PAY FOR IT, YOU KNOW, JUST GET IT TO US!!! THE SUSPENSE IS KILLING ME!!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:17pm Unclepoop:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpYCVi9CiXc
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:17pm Matt from Springfield:

(cowered under desk) ...the lemons will save you, save some for the lemons, the lemons will save you, save some for the lemons. The lemons. The lemons. Okay, I'm better now. Lemons...
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:18pm Variant 7SD:

So this week the show is titled "Beth Shalom"?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:25pm Unclepoop:

amanda's myspacehttp://www.myspace.com/memedacookie
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Brian Dewan redux!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:30pm Jan:

See this week's New Yorker for an article about Brian Dewan and his cousin. An article about their electronic instruments.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Jan: Really, is it available online?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:31pm Ian Anderson:

I shoulda ripped off "Sunshine of Your Love" like this! W00t!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:35pm The Internets:

dewanatron.com
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:37pm Ike:

Y'all are in luck. They don't post all of their articles online (stuff of their caliber doesn't grow on trees), but this one is:
http://tiny.cc/bdewan
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:41pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Jan, Ike.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:56pm doug:

someone give that dog a treat. and irwin too..
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Is Tucker the Schnoodle an "incorrect" artist, or is he being ironic? Or is he a star vocalist? Any dog music experts out there?
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:56pm Garfield:

I hate this. Play something else.
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:57pm Listening Out There:

...Arf-a-licious....
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:58pm doug:

some girl just came to my office and asked if everything was ok... apparently the office is worried about me.. thanks irwin!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:58pm Detroit Mac:

1st posted message to Ken... last posted message to Irwin!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:59pm Dasypus:

This is a great show!
  Wed. 1/19/11 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Last message to Irwin myself! Goodbye Tucker, Hello Mishka!
Have a great day everyone!
  Thu. 1/20/11 1:56pm listener jeff:

where did you get the ifbyyes? It doesn't get released until march - do you have special powers? I want it!
  Thu. 1/20/11 2:08pm Irwin:

I do have miraculous superpowers. I can access unreleased albums as far out as 2016.
  Thu. 1/20/11 6:46pm PMD:

Let it snow!
  Fri. 5/10/13 12:10am Chuck Gregg:

Thanks for playing my record!
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