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Options March 7, 2012: Filling in for Ken

奥の深い、懐かしいたたずまいの市場。[Flushing, Queens.] Photo: Kei Orihara

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Elton John  Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding   Options Goodbye Yellow Brick Road  MCA  1973  0:00:00 ()
Joe Pernice  It's Different for Girls   Options Michael Shelley's 2012 Marathon Premium: Super Hits of the Seventies!    2012  0:10:29 ()
The Jam  Pretty Green   Options Sound Effects  Polygram  1980  0:14:07 ()
Desi Arnaz  Babalu   Options The Best of Desi Arnaz: The Mambo King  BMG Music  1992  0:16:46 ()
Gonja Sufi  White Picket Fence   Options Muzzle  Warp  2012  0:20:34 ()
Gonja Sufi  Feedin' Birds   Options Muzzle  Warp  2012  0:23:11 ()
The Who  Cousin Kevin   Options Tommy  Decca  1969  0:24:22 ()
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  0:28:10 ()
The Pretty Things  Baron Saturday   Options SF Sorrow  EMI  1968  0:34:22 ()
Эстрадный оркестр  Караван   Наше Ретро, том 16. Тихо играет музыка      0:37:37 ()
Black Merda  Black Merda   Options Reality  Chess  1970  0:39:17 ()
Takeshi Terauchi  Ginza no Onna   Options Nippon Guitars  Big Beat  2011  0:41:54 ()
Evolution Control Committee  The Acid Family   Options Gunderphonic  Evolution Control Committee  1994  0:43:52 ()
Эдита Пьеха  Наш сосед   Наше Ретро, том 10. Свободный вечер      0:47:03 ()
Roosevelt Sykes  Sputnik Baby   Options Satellite Fever & the Asiatic Flu  Sattelite Records  2012  0:49:59 ()
Barbara Lewis  I Say Love   Options B-Side of Baby I'm Yours  Atlantic  1965  0:52:40 ()
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  0:54:22 ()
Laibach  Rossiya   Options Volk      0:59:56 ()
Евгений Нестеренко  Вечерний звон   Наше Ретро, том 1. Дорогой длинною      1:03:07 ()
Веслава Дроецка  Танго любви   Наше Ретро, том 16. Тихо играет музыка      1:06:28 ()
Anna German  Случайность         1:08:48 ()
Tricotage  Дома и люди   Внутри    2009  1:15:46 ()
Трио Маренич  Несе Галя воду   Наше Ретро, том 1. Дорогой длинною      1:16:33 ()
Рози Армен  Вен-вен-вен   Наше Ретро, том 16. Тихо играет музыка      1:19:36 ()
Дан Спатару  Пой, гитара   Наше Ретро, том 16. Тихо играет музыка      1:21:39 ()
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  1:24:51 ()
Charles Dodge  Speech Songs - When I am With You   Options Synthesized Voices  CRI  1976  1:29:58 ()
Múm  Please Sing My Spring Reverb   Options Please Smile My Noise Bleed      1:31:06 ()
Hum Hum  Troublemakers   Options   Guidance Recordings  2001  1:35:19 ()
Peaking Lights  Key Sparrow   Options 936    2011  1:36:36 ()
Plug  Come On My Skeleton   Options Back On Time  Ninja Tune  2011  1:40:37 ()
Organisation  Milk Rock   Options Tone Float    1970  1:43:51 ()
Howard Roberts Chorus and Orchestra  The Look of Love   Options Dream a Little Dream of Me    1968  1:48:39 ()
Apparat  Interlude   Options Apparat DJ-Kicks  K7  2011  1:51:44 ()
Bibio  Cry! Baby!   Options Ambivalence Avenue  Warp  2009  1:54:02 ()
Charles Dodge  Speech Songs - He Destroyed Her Image   Options Synthesized Voices  CRI  1976  1:57:01 ()
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  1:58:43 ()
Desi Arnaz  I Come From New York   Options The Best of Desi Arnaz: The Mambo King  BMG Music  1992  2:01:42 ()
BBC Radiophonic Workshop  Unknown Track   Options BBC Radiophonic Workshop      2:04:11 ()
Nouvelle Vague  Making Plans for Nigel   Options   Luaka Bop  2004  2:05:33 ()
About Group  Lay Me Down   Options Start And Complete  Domino  2011  2:09:08 ()
Lee Hazlewood  Lars-Gunnar And Me   Options A House Safe For Tigers  CBS  1975  2:13:06 ()
  Sinbad the Sailor   60s Cartoon      2:16:08 ()
The Monkees  Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)   Options More of The Monkees  Colgems  1967  2:17:11 ()
Bruno Leys  Maintenant je suis un voyou   Options Wizzz! Volume 2  Born Bad  2008  2:19:19 ()
Pierre Vassiliu  Marie En Provence   Options Qui C'est Celui-la  Barclay  1974  2:21:56 ()
Brigitt  ... da beisst ein Goldfisch an   Options Beat Frauleins: Female Pop Germany 1964-1968  Grosse Freiheit  2012  2:25:09 ()
Inga Rumpf and Peter Herbolzheimer  Superstition   Options Funky Fräuleins: Female Beat, Groove, Disco, Funk in Germany 1968-1981 (V/A)  Grosse Freiheit  2012  2:27:41 ()
Akira Ifukube  Radio Promo   Options Yog, Monster From Space    1970  2:35:18 ()
美空ひばり Hibari Misora  東京キッド   ベスト・セレクション _ 河童ブギウギ Best Selection  Nippon Columbia  1994  2:37:37 ()
Takeshi Terauchi  The Clamour of the Sun   Options Nippon Guitars  Big Beat  2011  2:40:33 ()
Leonard Salzedo  Waiting to Be Born [From the Revenge of Frankenstein]   Options The Hammer Studio Frankenstein Film Music Collection  GDI  2002  2:42:58 ()
Evolution Control Committee  Hurdy Gurdy Men   Options Gunderphonic    1994  2:43:39 ()
Galacticus  The Great Hunger   Options The Silver Surfer    1998  2:46:37 ()
Akira Ifukube  The Prayer Of Selgio Island   Options Yog, Monster From Space    1970  2:46:43 ()
C-Mon  Sigh of Cheese   Options Dutch Rare Food (Disk2)  Supertracks  2005  2:50:11 ()
Brother Jack McDuff  The Shadow of Your Smile   Options Tobacco Road  Atlantic  1967  2:51:43 ()
Music behind DJ:
Barry Gray 
Red Alert   Options UFO: Original Television Soundtrack    1969  2:55:22 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 3/7/12 9:01am Van in DC:

Good morning. Woof. Moo.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:01am trolly mctrollerson:

oh mai gad - has ken done a 'runner'?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:01am Detroit Mac:

Back to what passes for normal at FMU?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:03am Caryn:

Ken's long weekend with those sailors continues?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:03am Dan B From Upstate:

All right! My favorite fill in DJ!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:06am Ticks:

Poor Kenneth.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:06am Parq:

Damn, this Elton track still sounds great.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:07am MD:

FMU!!!!!!!!! Rocks with SIR Elton!!!!
Saw Red Cross do this once....Congrats to all the faithful!!!!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:07am glenn:

maybe ken's out buying a bra?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:07am Tonetta:

So this week we're chopped liver, I guess.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:08am MD:

Ken deserves a day off!!!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:08am Caryn:

Well, Ken said he was dying... But I think that would've been announced on the air.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:08am Nathan:

Either that or Ken wasn't kidding about his impending death from Lyme disease.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:09am glenn:

well, we're all dying.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:09am Number 9:

Turn me on Ken man
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:09am Andrew Waterloo:

Vinyl armor malfunction?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:09am Nathan:

It's true, Ken does deserve a day off. However, I wanted to hear him gloat and be all cheerful.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:10am 104.3:

I thought we owned this song.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:10am James Mason as Captain Nemo:

I'm dying and the Nautilus is dying with me.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:10am Caryn:

Ken's in his vinyl armour, and he's fallen and can't get up. He's like a turtle flipped on its shell.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:11am w i l dneil:

"Hi! Can you play some King Crimson bootlegs?"
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:11am Nathan:

surely Ken's got Life Alert.. ?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:12am w i l dneil:

Elton John almost sang for King Crimson....
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:12am Walt:

Yeah, how bout a little Sherman bros.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:12am glenn:

i'm getting this premium as part of my swag, no doubt about it.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:13am Andrew Waterloo:

An excess length of gaffer tape has effectively glued him to a kitchen chair.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:14am Snark:

Yeah, his grandkids got it for him for Purim.

Which is today. Possibly the real reason for his absence??

I guess he's still going to be there to spear Andy in the side as he's crucified at sundwon tonight.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:15am Nathan:

Enough of Ken. I for one welcome our temporary Wednesday 9-12noon overlord.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:15am dc pat:

DOH! Pretty Green, blast from the past fer sure...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:15am King Louie!:

Now I'm the king of the swingers
Oh, the jungle VIP
I've reached the top and had to stop
And that's what botherin' me
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:16am Caryn:

Well, Andy's going to be one of the robbers. Not sure if either one of them was speared in the side.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:17am G:

@Nathan: His reward is hiding from the kids and rocking out.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:17am Steve Miller:

Pretty Swingtowny in the rhythm, there.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:17am Aaron in Jcity:

YEAH DADDY"S HIDEAWAY! and heres the best guitar solo ever http://bit.ly/wYBGfx
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:17am dc pat:

is it me or does the Jam sound really dated? I use to love them but now, CAIN'T stand 'em...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:18am Dismas:

I finally get some attention.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:18am G:

One of the robbers? How are the mighty fallen.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:19am Paul Weller:

@DCP - even "That's Entertainment"?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:19am dc pat:

Aaron: hilarious.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:20am dc pat:

yeah, that's a pretty good one. But I'd rather hear Naked Raygun play This is the Modern World.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:23am Parq:

It's you, Pat. They still sound fine to me. Or maybe it's me, but in reverse. Anyway, Ken, sleep the untroubled sleep of the angels, and Tim, great to hear you.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:23am Robert:

Seriously, there's a lot of work to be done post-marathon. I think Ken took the week off from his show last year too. Then of course there was the year he suspended himself for not being at the controls to dump Andy's curse.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:24am dc pat:

Parq: ok, just checking. I saw them in '82 and they blew the freaking doors off. one of my top 5 shows
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:25am dc pat:

THE WHO!! Now we're talking...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:25am Bad Ronald:

Cousin Kevin!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:26am bruceleh:

I don't think I've heard Tommy since I was in the Roebling dorm in RPI, back in 79-80!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:29am dc pat:

Tommy was my first album.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:30am other david:

Despite acute Tonetta withdrawal symptoms, I'm quite enjoying this show
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:30am glenn:

that's a good first album. mine was everybody knows this is nowhere.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:33am hey hey:

My first record was a Bozo the Clown read-along.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:33am dc pat:

that's a pretty good one too. I was a bona fide Who freak...and still am...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:33am Van in DC:

Computer is in post marathon funk too.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:33am Snark:

Sounds like Ken's show now :-)
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:34am Van in DC:

Feed the computer coffee, that will help
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:34am bruceleh:

First music I got my father to buy me was a boot leg 8-track of Broadway Musical Hair being sold in a gun show!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:34am Andrew Waterloo:

I think my first was Iron Maiden's Seventh Son
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:35am Bad Ronald:

Single - Grand Funk - "Locomotion"
Album - Queen - "Night at the Opera"
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:35am Andrew Waterloo:

My boss is behind me on a conference call to Italy :( I can't hear the music well...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:36am hey hey:

While Dizney went with the twinkling sounds of tinkerbell to turn the page, Bozo's book went honking gag-horn,

  Wed. 3/7/12 9:39am Caryn:

My parents bought me my earliest own rock records, but the first albums I got for myself were an album of Brazilian dance music and an Alice Cooper album.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:39am glenn:

i love the opening of the limey, when teence stamp is flying into l.a. and the seeker is blasting on the soundtrack.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:39am still b/p:

"Hair" at a gun show. That's great. Leeeeet the gun shine...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:39am Andrew Waterloo:

I had the picture disc of Fox and the Hound
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:40am kat330:

"Caravan" in Russian?
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:40am Andrew Waterloo:

Peter Fonda's intro is really good too. Limey is one of my all time favourites.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:41am Cecile:

  Wed. 3/7/12 9:41am Gun Show Record Dealer:

I tell ya what, this heah's one manly rekkid. Hair. You know what kinda hair. Snap it up, boy!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:42am dc pat:

ah but what was your last album? Mine was Bloodshot Bill, Thunder and Lightening.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:43am T-Zero:

@Caryn: The first album my parents gave me was The Ventures.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:44am dc pat:

my dad went out and bought Iron Butterfly albums for some reason. I think he played them once or twice. I have them sitting in the basement now.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:44am seang:

yeah,Bloodshot Bill is a monster!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:44am glenn:

does that include premiums? my last album... i got 2 imelda mays and an eilen jewell for christmas, and then... i can't remember. i think i bought a used mott the hoople c.d.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:45am BSI:

dang! Missed something from SF Sorrow (in the top ten albums ever) ... dig!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:46am Andrew Waterloo:

My last one was Lauraine or however it's spelled
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:46am dc pat:

oooo, forgot about premiums and such. I think I won a Ty Segal cd..

This is hilarious (Acid Family)
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:47am Cecile:

First album: the Happy Time Singers sing the music from Dr. Dolittle. Last album, the Soul Jazz voguing compilation.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:47am T-Zero:

dc pat: Don't recall the first or the last that I bought myself.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:48am herb:

ooh, EVOLUTION CONDOMINIUM CONTROL - i first heard them on STAY FREE! magazine's "illegal art" mix-cd. they did "rocked by rape". great stuff.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:48am Caryn:

@kat: yep, from the album "Our retro, volume 16. Music plays softly." From the band Pop Orchestra.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:49am Caryn:

My last album (not including premiums): I bought a 2-disc set from 60s' chanteuse Carola, and a collection from Sielun Veljet, a Finnish punk band.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:50am Aaron in Jcity:

Эдита Пьеха perfect ringtone music!
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:50am BSI:

first LP bought with my own money: ELO's "eldorado." ... the last one (minus premiums) would be Cut Hands vol.1 and 2, when he played here in DC a couple weeks ago. ... so life has gotten weirder.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:50am glenn:

i did pretty good, i won a flipper album from amanda, and the john c. reilly from doug, and something else which i forget.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:51am kat330:

I figured at least you could recognize the Russian alphabet, Caryn. When I look at the word, I can actually see the "Caravan" in it.
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:54am dc pat:

Oh yeah! I think I won something from Doug too. Have no idea what...
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:54am Caryn:

And from "Our retro, volume 10. Free evening." we heard "Our neighbour."
  Wed. 3/7/12 9:58am glenn:

getting that swag package in the mail is a wonderful thing.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:00am hey hey:

re: Andy on the cross this eve.
Xmas, I mean, Eastr comes early to WFMU
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:00am BSI:

@glenn: absolutely. I'm still playing Fabio's premium from 2 years ago like it just arrived yesterday. These things are marvels.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:02am kat330:

Gee, is Ken on important station business in Russia? Or just Coney Island?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:08am dc pat:

actually, I don't even want any swag this year--all I ever wear are FMU t-shirts, I've got JoeB's on right now!!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:08am Andrew Waterloo:

I won a Dust to Digital comp from Ben Walker and a True Widow CD from Mary Wing
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:08am Coney barker:

Seee the man cencased in vinyl...for only fifty cent!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:09am other david:

@kat330, unreliable rumour has it that he's currently in the Lubyanka seeking the release of Nardwuar
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:09am Coney barker:

...ENcased..don't mock your elders, son...
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:13am kat330:

@Coney: Oh, I thought you were emulating an accent, not a typo, heh!
@OD: Still in his Cher getup?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:13am Deepak:

loving this soviet music.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:16am Caryn:

Yevgeni did "Curfew" from "Our retro, volume 1. The long road." and Wieslaw did "Tango of Love". This track is called "Accident".
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:16am kat330:

Da,Deepak, and if this is "Plan B," Tim, I can only speculate what loveliness was originally planned.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:17am Made for TV:

"So afraid of the Russians"
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:17am other david:

@Kat: Allegedly! Apparently he was arrested on suspicion of being a western spy, as he was carrying documents on obscure Soviet bands, including photo's of the KGB's chief as lead singer in a Queen tribute act. But then only worsened the situation by replying "Ba-boom!" when taken into custody.

Ken has work cut out
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:19am Deepak:

omg did we have a Plan A? You want to make me cry out of joy or what?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:20am Ralphine:

Time to play Mr. Trololo.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:20am kat330:

Well, I hope Ken is not Putin up with any nonsense.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:23am Caryn:

I just borrowed a cd of Russian folk with French liner notes from the library. We Finns tend to like the more emotional, "sentimental Slavic" tracks.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:23am Matt from Springfield:

Welcome Tim! Always glad to hear your fill-ins.
Excellent block right here, Soviet Russian all the way!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:24am Caryn:

Dan is telling his guitar to sing.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:24am Matt from Springfield:

@OD: Ken needs to provide the Russians with the appropriate "Doo doodle do do", then perhaps they will return an acceptable "doo doo" and release Nardwuar.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:25am kat330:

His guitar is obeying.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:26am Musicologist:

That Soviet-era music was so progressive, comrades!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:26am Matt from Springfield:

Ahhh, and the Dihanije bed music! Perfect accompanyment to the Slavic tracks.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:26am other david:

@Matt: hehe, I suspect you may be on to something there!

Yep on a more serious note, I'm really enjoying this show. Hope to hear you on the air more often Tim!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:27am Parq:

@ Hey Hey, 9:36: I had that Bozo record too, come to think of it. It didn't click with me until you mentioned the nose-beep page turning cue.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:27am hey hey:

the comment list froze @ "Russia" over here. An '84 throwback, for sure.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:27am Byelo Jam:

Putin needle on the record.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:28am Andrew Waterloo:

Putin on the Hits
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:28am Caryn:

The Tricotage track: "Houses and people".
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:29am Matt from Springfield:

Laibach is the German word for Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia!
I'm part Slovenian, so I'm proud of any exposure of the culture!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:30am Caryn:

I wonder if there's going to be any Svetlana? Her voice was fantastic especially in the high register.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:31am glenn:

which part?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:31am Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Specifically, mother's father.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:31am glenn:

or some zlad? pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:32am glenn:

oh. i was thinking right elbow.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:34am kat330:

Hey, Caryn, Juha will be visiting his family mid-May. Maybe you should try for a meet-up in Helsinki?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:35am Matt from Springfield:

If you put it that way glenn, my eyebrows are the most Slavic part of me--too thick for my taste and darker than the rest of my hair. Pretty lucky compared to Brezhnev et al, however!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:36am Matt from Springfield:

My stomach however, is very international!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:36am Caryn:

@kat: ooh, that would be nice! Going to Iceland in May, though. But I can't remember the dates. Need to check. But I suspect we can arrange a meet-up. :)
Are you going to be coming too?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:39am kat330:

Wasn't economically feasible. I had to really push and "cajole" him to do it, but it was an unseemly 10 years since he'd seen his mom, dad and bro.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:40am Matt from Springfield:

Female vocal reminds me of Vashti Bunyan a lot!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:40am Deepak:

Greetings Musicologist.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:41am Caryn:

Okay, 2 people have already posted gleefully on FB about Snooki announcing that she won't be shooting any more "Jersey Shore" for some time because of her pregnancy. So there is a silver lining to her multiplying...
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:42am Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Until her kids get their shows! And will probably be on the "16 and pregnant -- mother and daughter edition" together as well...
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:44am Matt from Springfield:

I am not a part of MTV at all for several years; only the revived Beavis & Butthead drew me back in, and in every case I'm glad that they're now riffing on MTV reality shows! Because they truly deserve a riffing!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:46am Caryn:

@Matt: oh lord, you're right! And she'll get her own frigging family reality show too... Damn you, Universe! *shakes fist at the sky*
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:48am kat330:

@Caryn: You can decipher an email at http://kat330.tumblr.com/about if you want to exchange further Finn trip details.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:48am Matt from Springfield:

Here's hoping reality shows eventually jump the shark and are banished to the Internet, where they can be ignored at will...
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:49am icki:

Who did the nooki and knockied up Snooki, and what rocki life looms for babi?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:49am Matt from Springfield:

@kat330: Is Juha the "J" in JT?
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:51am kat330:

Aww, wouldn't object to hearing a little "Dream a Little Dream of Me" seeing this album title.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:51am kat330:

@Matt: Yup. Juha Tapio.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:53am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks kat, a "very" Finnish name indeed!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:54am kat330:

Whenever it's typed out somewhere, people frequently mistake it for "Julia." But the worst was a friend of ours spell check, changing "Juha" to "Jihad" in an email. Eeesh! This was very soon after 9/11, and I'm certain that put us on a watchlist, all privacy out the window.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:54am glenn:

ah, it behooves me to mention that one need not watch television at all.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:56am The Man:

THAT is aberrant behoovior.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:56am BSI:

@glenn: agreed. Although since our basic cable package recently squeezed out BBC America, we've been feasting on (the real) Top Gear much more than is healthy. If not for that, I wouldn't watch the thing.
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:58am other david:

@glenn: indeed sir, I watch a little BBC4 as they occasionally have good programming - archival footage of Modern Jazz Quartet and suchlike, but rarely watch TV otherwise
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:58am Matt from Springfield:

Politicized AutoCorrect
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:58am kat330:

Say, where is "Me," who got all over my ass for briefly discussing TV once upon a time on a playlist? Apparently it depends on what interests "Me."
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:59am Matt from Springfield:

The UbuWeb style bookends to this set!
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:59am david from ks:

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,F**kin Television
  Wed. 3/7/12 10:59am other david:

Me, show yourself - at once!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:00am Minnesota Jeff:

BBC did a awesome documentary on the Easy Listening music genre that I recommend people watch. Here is part 1 on youtube, it then links to the other parts. Its feature length. http://youtu.be/zgmCw3fcZxg
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:02am kat330:

OTOH, that was some mighty fine Television performed by the H'n'M Sinfonia and Amanda Sunday night.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:03am Van in DC:

poor Hum Hum
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:03am david from ks:

,@O.D,,,U talkin ta Me?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:03am other david:

@kat: darn tootin!

Many highlights, probably my favourite was Ken's plaintive cry for Lou to show himself
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:04am Matt from Springfield:

That's right, Amanda's song was a Television cover. I hadn't heard the orig before, but it's worth investigating as I liked her version of it.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:04am glenn:

ah television (the band). it sounds easy, but you start trying to work the songs out, and then you realize - this stuff is complicated.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:07am kat330:

Ooooh! I'm in XTC!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:07am still b/p:

Speaking of TV and hearing Desi....So Brian played Fred Mertz Flock of Slits yesterday and I was reading a little about William Frawley, and about Desi giving him the role of Fred only under the condition that any unexplained 3 day absence would result in termination. Bill had a little drinking history. And there's yer tangent of the day.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:07am frenchee:

me too, kat330!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:08am other david:

@david from ks: I'm afraid not
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:08am dc pat:

best reunion gig I've seen was Television couple years back.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:09am kat330:

@glenn: Yes, I was very impressed with -- um, Scott W. I believe? -- getting that all out quite well. It was an earworm for me the next morning, but not the vocal line, the guitar riffs.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:10am Cosecant:

Tangent, tangent, tangent. I'm getting sick of hearing about that douchebag.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:14am Andrew Waterloo:

@Minnesota Jeff, thanks for the easy-listening link
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:16am BSI:

  Wed. 3/7/12 11:18am Caryn:

@kat: will do. BTW, what does JT think about his musician namesake Juha Tapio? He's very popular here, you know. (Not a big fan myself, but he does have a couple of good, catchy tunes.)
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:18am Minnesota Jeff:

@Andrew Waterloo: No problem, its a really great documentary. Lots of people get put off the idea because its about Easy Listening and Muzak, etc., but its a super entertaining / funny / charming doc. about a massive genre of music thats both extremely successful and shit on by most everyone at the same time.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:19am kat330:

@Caryn: If he knows of him, he's never mentioned him to me. I believe he told me his mother named him for some author?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:19am Matt from Springfield:

A lot of Monkees tributes lately, and I've been impressed at how good most of their songs are.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:20am Kate:

Wizzz nice! Have you checked out the "Got the Go" French comps?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:21am kat330:

Out of the vintage Finn musicians JT's introduced me to, I quite enjoy Jim Pembroke. His "There's a Party Upstairs" would be appropriate in tribute to some recent deaths in the music world.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:22am Caryn:

@kat: yeah, the musician has broken through in the past couple of years, so I'm not surprised if JT may not have heard of him. I wonder if they both got named after the same guy?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:22am kat330:

Tim, it truly is a trip this morning, kiitos!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:22am Andrew Waterloo:

Easy Listening gets a lot of love from me and not in any sort of ironic way.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:24am kat330:

Games without frontiers....
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:26am Caryn:

I've actually borrowed a lot of different stuff Pembroke's been in from the library recently. He's good.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:26am Andrew Waterloo:

Pop often gets written off for being inauthentic and accessible. Which is unfortunate because there's usually a lot of great musicians, composers, and song-writers in the background.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:28am kat330:

So what is this musician JT up to? Finnish lyrics, rocker, etc.?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:29am BSI:

  Wed. 3/7/12 11:29am Pezonik:

Sometimes I feel that the term easy listening is a synonym for Muzak
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:29am kat330:

Funky Fraulein -- normally an oxymoron, heh!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:31am Matt from Springfield:

This kicks ass!! Everybody...Do The Rumpf!!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:31am BSI:

The infinite goddess voice of Frumpy.... Viva Rumpf!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:32am kat330:

Yeah, shake that Rumpf!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:32am Minnesota Jeff:

Pezonik - Muzak falls within Easy Listening I would say.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:33am glenn:

caryn, when you go to iceland, pick up some music by lay low, or go see her if you can.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:36am Caryn:

@kat: kind of pop-rock with Finnish lyrics. This is probably his biggest hit; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6nypZLLqz4

@glenn: thanks for the tip
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:36am Godzirra:

"Hey! That's my gig!"
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:37am kat330:

Is Yog a bluejay from outer space?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:37am still b/p:

Who let the Yog out?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:38am kat330:

Paljon kiitoksia, C!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:38am Pezonik:

Jeff. Yes, sure it does. But Muzak is highly non representative of easy listening
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:38am Pezonik:

and that is the problem
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:38am BSI:

Man, I haven't seen YOG in ages. Sampled the hell out of my VHS copy 20+ years ago. Great monster monologues.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:40am Sam:

I found where muzak comes from. There's a town in France called Musac. It's in the massif central, in the middle of nowhere, sort of the redneck part of France.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:41am Caryn:

Yog: outrageous movie, interesting monster.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:42am Matt from Springfield:

"The Clamour of the Sun"--the Japanese edition of the Animals' "House of the Rising Sun"!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:44am Andrew Waterloo:

Muzak comes from South Carolina, the term is a mashing of Music and Kodak
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:44am kat330:

@Caryn: I'm taking a stab in the dark: song is along the lines of Westerberg's "Love Untold"? Seems like penpals meeting for the first time.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:46am glenn:

did kodak own the company?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:46am Pezonik:

Muzak, aka elevator music
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:46am still b/p:

Where does WFMUzak come from?
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:47am SteveL:

What a coincidence. The great hunger is also upon me!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:48am kat330:

I heard the name "Kodak" came from the notion "K" was a sound of strength. Kayak would have been a nice palindrome, too.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:53am glenn:

i guess that explains the kkk. at least as much as anything can.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:54am Sam:

Kodak must be an Indian name right? There's a Kodiak Island in Alaska or somewhere around there.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:55am Caryn:

@kat: actually, it's more about 2 people who've been together for years, looking out of their window at two old trees in their yard, and comparing themselves to the trees, whose roots have intertwined over the years until they're one, and will together withstand any weather.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:56am kat330:

@Sam: Nope, not Indian. It's what I said. I believe it was mentioned in a "60 Minutes" piece. [Don't taze me, "Me"!]
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:56am Caryn:

The K is also considered a funny sound, so maybe the KKK subconsciously want to be ridiculed. That would be nice.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:57am kat330:

Ah, I was way off the mark. So what was the typewriter and letters coming through the mailslots? [can answer in email or whatever]
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:57am Sam:

Yes, putting K's always makes things funnier. Like Krusty the Klown, or anything with "Krazy" in it
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:57am Pezonik:

"k" is probably the shortest text you can send
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:58am Pezonik:

Kool thing
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:58am Caryn:

From Wikipedia: The letter "K" was a favorite of Eastman's; he is quoted as saying, "it seems a strong, incisive sort of letter." He and his mother devised the name Kodak with an Anagrams set. Eastman said that there were three principal concepts he used in creating the name: it should be short; one cannot mispronounce it, and it could not resemble anything or be associated with anything but Kodak.
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:58am Matt from Springfield:

In fact I think I talked to tim on the phone, at least once!

And I too had a great time today! Thanks tim, always happy to catch your show!
  Wed. 3/7/12 11:59am Caryn:

Ah, UFO. Great music, dark themes, weird wigs.
  Wed. 3/7/12 12:02pm Nick:

Very Cool! I loved the show UFO when I was a kid. The opening theme/credits is still great.

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