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June 15, 2012 Options
Mental, yes, but never judgmental
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

José Curbelo & His Orchestra w/Tito Rodríguez  Botamos la Pelota   Options Live at the China Doll
(Tumbao 1952)
Los Muñequitos de Matanzas  Cantar Maravilloso   Options Guaguancó Matancero
Banda Sinaloense la Costeña  El Coyote Norteño   Options Mazatlán
(Columbia )
Tino Contreras  El Hombre del Brazo de Oro   Options El Jazz Mexicano de Tino Contreras
(Jazzman )
Los Mismos  Jefe Ironside   Options Psicotrónica! Spanish Cinematic Grooves & Funky Soundtracks,
Volume 2
(Hundergrum )
Los Miticos del Ritmo  Otro Muerde el Polvo   Options Los Miticos del Ritmo
(Soundway )
Rita Indiana y Los Misterios  El Blu del Ping Pong   Options [demos]
(Dutty Artz )

Talkover Music:
Jack Costanzo 
Bajo Numero Uno   Options Latin Fever
(Liberty 1958)

Ewan MacColl  Prickle Holly Bush   Options The Long Harvest, Volume 6
(Argo )
The McCalmans  Aye Waukin O   Options Burn the Witch
(Transatlantic 1978)
Alisdair Roberts  The Hallucinator and the King of the Silver Ship of Time   Options The Wyrd Meme
(Drag City 2009)
Hamish Imlach  The McGreggors   Options Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice
(Transatlantic )
Catherine Howe  On a Misty Morning   Options What a Beautiful Place
(Numero Group 1971)
Bill Fay  Methane River   Options Bill Fay
(Nova 1971)

Talkover Music:
Odell Brown & the Organ-izers 
Tough Tip   Options Ducky
(Cadet 1968)

Georges Brassens  La Prière   Options Sa Guitare et les Rhythmes N°3
(Philips )
Colette Magny  La Panade   Options Transit
(Le Chant du Monde 1975)
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes  Silen Voy Kathy   Options No. 2
(Festival 1970)
Marie Laforêt  Pour Celui Qui Viendra   Options Maïténa Marie Brigitte Doumenach
Marcel Kanche  Ce Poids   Options Kanche: Nous Dormirons Bien Mais Mal
(Média 7 )

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Options Stop and Listen: Volume 1
(compiled by Dr. Bob Jones)
(BBE 1994)

The Trio (John Surman, Stu Martin, Barre Phillips)  In Between   Options The Trio
(Dawn 1970)
Marty Ehrlich  Stride   Options The Welcome
(Sound Aspects 1984)
Vincent Chancey / Floros Floridis / Peter Kowald / Louis Moholo  A Night to Remember   Options Human Aspect
(Om 1990)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  That the Evening Sky Fell Through the Glass Wall and We Stood Alone Somewhere?   Options The Spiritual
(Freedom 1969)
The Misled Children w/Odean Pope  Dadadun   Options The Misled Children Meet Odean Pope
(Porter 2008)

Talkover Music:
Clifford Coulter 
Big Fat Funky Shirley   Options East Side San Jose
(Impulse! 1970)

Chief Akunwafor Ezigbo Obiligbo  Nteje Enyo No Bianya   Options Egwu Ogbada
(Melody )
Alèkpéhanhou  Zozo Piaa!   Options Roi du Zinli Rénové
(ACM )
Orchestre les Bantous de la Capitale  Momo Yombo   Options Bakolo Mboka
(Fiesta 1978)
Janet Osei  Tete Na Atete   Options Lovers' Songs
(A&B mid-1970s)
Thomas Mapfumo & the Acid Band  Njiva   Options b/w Pamuromo Chete
(Afro Soul )

Talkover Music:
Little Hooks w/Ray Nato & the Kings 
Can the Drummer Have Some More   Options Charlie Lewis remix

The Undisputed Truth  Earthquake Shake   Options Cosmic Truth
(Tamla Motown 1975)
The Politicians feat. McKinley Jackson  Close Your Big Mouth   Options Psycha-Soula-Funkadelic
(Hot Wax 1972)
Towanda & The Total Destruction  Wear Your Natural, Baby   Options The Complete Ty Karim:
Los Angeles' Soul Goddess
(Kent )
Freddy Scott & the Four Steps  The Thing   Options A Choice Collection of Funk 45s
(Pure )
A Fascinating Musical Experience  The Monster   Options Invasion Funk Masters
(Soul Patrol )
Lonnie Brooks  The Popeye   Options Buttshakers! Soul Party, Volume 6
(Mr. Luckee )

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/15/12 8:31am annie:

dig the personalized schedule!! way cool
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:32am duke:

Morning Doug. Who is the dude with short fuse?
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:38am holland oats:

can i stop watching good morning america now?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 8:39am Doug Schulkind:

Morning Annie! (What personalized schedule?)

Hiya Duke and Holland Oats!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 8:44am Doug Schulkind:

Duke, that radioactive moustache belongs to Georges Brassens. Listen for him in set #3 or maybe #4. Or, er, #5. But probably #3.
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:44am Frank in VT:

Hmm, your show doesn't have a plug on the WFMU homepage like it usually does. I figured you didn't have your show now. But when I went to your "GTDS stream info" link, I realized that you are in fact live...
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:45am annie:

the new drummer dj stream schedule. was that up last week?
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:45am Van in DC:

Good morning Doug and everyone.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 8:47am Doug Schulkind:

@Frank in VT
The plug on the homepage will pop up at 9am. The show goes LIVE then. (As you can see, the playlist page is already live.) Would you like to get on my mailing list? I use it to send out email alerts when the stream's shows are about to go live. If so, send a request to drummer (at) wfmu [dot] org.

@Annie
The stream's schedule has been around for a year or more. I guess I could do a better job hyping it!

@Van
Your presence is devine. And maybe divine.
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:50am annie:

ahh.. might be a brain fart.. i'm sure i remember seeing the regular schedule after the "info" click .. wow, i'm out of it.. what year is this, anyway?
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:50am Van in DC:

This Monk tune is fairly divine.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 8:53am Doug Schulkind:

@Van
Yeesh, I had to fade out Mr. Monk to connect my feed. Can I ever forgive myself.
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:54am holland oats:

any septeto anacaona fans out there in drummerland? desperately seeking their harlequin comp...
  Fri. 6/15/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning to you, ndbob!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:02am Holly in NC:

Morning everyone! Doug. here's a Friday pizza possibility:
http://www.neatorama.com/2012/06/14/thin-crust-necronomicon/
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:05am holland oats:

...a longshot i know...
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:06am kat330:

Present and accounted for, though barely at keyboard today. Hi, Doug and all you fine Friday folks!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:06am kat330:

[No, I am fully clothed]
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:08am kat330:

Oh, Holly, Chthulu would eat that up (and that zombie in Miami)!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:08am ndbob:

Hi Kat, Holly, Annie, Frank Holland and people I missed
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

That is one bad-ass pizza, Holly. I think I stick with a PG-13 rated pie.

@kat330
Speaking of PG-13, you can wear anything or nothing you iike!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

@Holland
I searched my usual blog sources for Septeto Anacaona, with no luck. I'll keep poking around.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:10am kat330:

I realized how poorly phrased my first comment was and thought I'd get in a preemptive on it. :)
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

The GTDS crowd is non-judgmental, kat330. Mental, yes, but non-judgmental.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:14am holland oats:

hypercritical, yes, judgmental never
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:14am seang:

Arriba!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:15am kat330:

Maybe so, but I don't think Cthulhu is, and I misspelled His name...yikes.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:15am dc pat:

this piece is amazing--going to see Mucca Pazza tonight (along with Balkan Beat Box) and this is kind of what they sound like..
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

Glad you're here, seang! You too dc pat (how about them Nats!)
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:19am holland oats:

@drummersome - gracias
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:19am dc pat:

Who? oh, you mean DC United. Yessir, best season in a while.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:20am Van in DC:

well this is a drummer's delight :)
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

The next selection is titled "Otro Muerde el Polvo." It is a cover song. Any guesses?
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:23am kat330:

Before I get busy away from the list, HI ndbob! :)
Thanks for the tunes that will really get me moving, Doug. Later!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:24am dc pat:

hilarious!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Have fun kat330!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:24am holland oats:

for shame
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:25am still b/p:

Another One Detonates the Mustache
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:27am Doug Schulkind:

Actually, the fellow atop the playlist could be a relative of Freddie Mercury!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:28am Holly in NC:

Los Miticos del Ritmo, er, covers hip hop also (TROY, Miss Jackson, etc)
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:29am monica:

mornin', doug & crew. this certainly has more jolt than the gas station coffee i just bought.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:29am triish:

'Morning everyone. Sunshine, temp and coffee in hand says pipe this through mini radio transmitter and head outdoors. My kinda start to Friday.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:30am Paul Sherratt:

holland o, Barnes & Noble claim to have the Anacaona girls cd ..
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:30am dc pat:

Rita Indiana y Los Misterios rules, ok?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:30am Doug Schulkind:

We are fully-leaded, Monica!

Howdy triish and Brother Paul!
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:30am holland oats:

@paul - thanks - trying to get a 'share'
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:34am holland oats:

oh snap i just got an email from the riaa, that last comment is going to cost me $25k
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:45am lucy:

Wow! Making me happy in Brooklyn! BTW, Thatcher rocked as he spoke at ESC graduation last night!! so great to feel that connection.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:46am dc pat:

ho jeeze, you had to go to Ireland, didn't you? Trying to forget 4-0...
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:46am triish:

The radio waves outdoors drown all else. Alas.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:47am Doug Schulkind:

We can launch a Kickstarter for you, holland oats.

So happy you're happy...and in Brooklyn...Lucy! Great to hear about Thatcher...

(Regular Drummer Some listener "El Thatchmo" delivered a commencement address at the Empire State College graduation.)
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:47am Matt from Springfield:

(stirs a large pitcher) Morning Doug, and the Sum of Drummers!
I've made some chocolate milk, do you have the fuzzy slippers Doug?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

This next Alisdair Roberts track with wither your timbers.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:49am Doug Schulkind:

@Matt from Springfield
GTDS is a fuzzy ear slipper.
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:51am Matt from Springfield:

It's always fuzzy, but comfortable here.
@Doug 9:13: "Who are WE to judge?" could be a promising comment board motto...
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 9:52am Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of Kickstarter, please all see this:

kck.st...
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:56am holland oats:

@drummer in that case it was $50k
  Fri. 6/15/12 9:59am Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful Scottish folk block! Any Dick Gaughan coming up?

Like Dick, I love Hamish or any Scottish folk sung in "barely" English.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:00am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
Alasdair Roberts' The Crook Of My Arm ' is a fixture in the player. Saw him earlier this year - must put up a picture or two of him.

holland, I've checked my shelf I don't have a copy ... funny old label Harlequin - never keen to get their releases aired on the radio it seemed to me !
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:00am Doug Schulkind:

@Matt
I hovered over a Dick Gaughan record last night and didn't pull the trigger.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:01am dc pat:

sorry thought I detected an Irish accent...carry on..
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:02am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks anyhow Doug, I like the ammo you did fire, and got some great new leads.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:04am Matt from Springfield:

Speaking of which, thank you much for typing out the upcoming stream artists on Charlie's playlist yesterday! I was thus able to track "Sausalito Bay" by Smokey and His Sister, now I'm going on a buying spree of their re-released CD and any other tracks I can find by that duo! Wonderful 60s folk rock if anyone else loves that stuff.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:06am holland oats:

@paul - the only thing i have on harlequin is their ciro rimac thing, love that record
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:06am ndbob:

I remember their song "Creators of Rain" really well - a song that was covered by Ian and Sylvia - and by Claudine Longet
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:06am holland oats:

@paul - thanks for checking though!
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:08am Van in DC:

Doug, shouldn't that be our task? To gaze lovingly at your other playlists? And oh by the way, while you're at it... :)
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:09am Fiveash:

I honestly thought that Catherine Howe might be Dusty Springfield stepping outside her comfort zone! Anyone else hear the similarity? Maybe the caffeine just hasn't kicked in yet.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:09am ricardo montalban:

Groovy show, Doug!
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:10am Pascal:

G'morning all, et merci pour le Brassens, Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:11am Doug Schulkind:

@Fiveash!
Your are not the only one to make the Dusty connection with Ms. Howe. I just read something last night to that effect.

@Van
OK, friend, you are tasked with scrolling through 17 years of playlists. (No, please don't. Go outside and enjoy the sunlight.)

Hello there Ricardo M and Pascal. (You are right on time, Pascal!)
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:12am Paul Sherratt:

Somewhere, somewhere, La Prière is on a dvd in this room ...
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:12am Shaun:

Brassens!. Can Jake Thackray be far behind, Doug?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:13am Doug Schulkind:

@Shaun
I am not familiar w/Jake Thackray! (I know, I know, a deejay should never admit not knowing anything.)
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:14am Matt from Springfield:

Hey NDbob!
Reviews were saying how "Creators of Rain" was their one mainstream success, on account of other people covering it.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:15am Paul Sherratt:

Jake was a Yorkshire Brassens, Doug.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:16am ndbob:

hey Matt!... I remember seeing them perform it on the Kerby Scott Show.. Kerby was a DJ in Baltimore
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:16am Van in DC:

Actually, Doug. You might request the mighty Kenzo to provide you a custom "longest title search" :)
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:17am Doug Schulkind:

This Colette Magny album may be the first-ever recording by French woodwind player Louis Sclavis.

Thanks for the word, Paul. I will hunt down Mr. Thackray post haste.

Van, I have no doubt Kenzo could do it, too!
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:19am Shaun:

*A* Yorkshire Brassens? You mean there was more than one? (He stayed and studied with GB. An imitator down to the foot-up-on-the-monitor guitar style, but a good 'un).
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

Wikipedia...

John Philip "Jake" Thackray (27 February 1938 – 24 December 2002), was an English singer-songwriter, poet and journalist. Best known in the late 1960s and early 1970s for his topical comedy songs performed on British television, his work ranged from satirical to bawdy to sentimental to pastoral, with a strong emphasis on storytelling, making him difficult to pigeonhole. Jake Thackray sang in a lugubrious baritone voice, accompanying himself on a nylon-strung guitar in a style that was part classical, part jazz. His witty lyrics and clipped delivery, combined with his strong Yorkshire accent and the northern setting of many of his songs, led to him being described as the "North Country Noël Coward", a comparison Thackray resisted, although he acknowledged his lyrics were in the English tradition of Coward and Flanders and Swann "who are wordy, funny writers". However, his tunes derived from the French chansonnier tradition: he claimed Georges Brassens as his greatest inspiration, and he was also influenced by Jacques Brel and Charles Trenet."
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:23am kat330:

Hard to find better influences than Coward and Brel, heroes of mine. [a brief stop-in here]
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:26am still b/p:

You get right back out in that noonday sun with the MD and E!
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:26am Paul Sherratt:

Shaun,
They would have had a spare, somewhere in Leeds.

Doug,
Possibly Jake's best recorded work was live where the audience appreciation helps.. the studio stuff tends to be over-produced to my ears ( not JT's fault I'm sure )
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

I see that there is a "Best of the EMI Years" box set called "Jake in the Box."
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:28am Pascal:

Outstanding set. Have these albums appeared in motherlode mining posts?
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:28am Paul Sherratt:

Not one to rush out buy, imo, Doug ! ( I have it )
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:30am Shaun:

@Paul S. "Tell that to the young people of today...&c".

I'm not ashamed to say I only really know him from the BBC stuff where, as Paul says, the audience does help.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

@Pascal
I think a Magny and maybe a Brassens have appeared in the Motherlode, but not in the last year or more.

@Paul
Don't worry, I rarely rush out and buy anything anymore.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:34am Pascal:

That Laforêt chanson was a fave on a ghost capital/holy warbles mix. How I miss owl them new old tracks...
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:35am annie:

still listening, just getting some sewing done...
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:37am triish:

Alert, music'd and working on my car. Er. Under the hood of the some computer code..
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:42am Doug Schulkind:

@Pascal
We awl miss ol' Owl. That gentleman had one huge set of ears.

@Annie
Sew? What?

@triish
Wish you could get my alternator belt to stop screeching.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:43am Paul Sherratt:

Shaun, "Tell that to the young people of today...&c".
Funny but I heard that phrase a few times last weekend. I was at a wedding just north of York ( Old )

( Hon mention for the rather fine band who came up from London to play in the evening ' The Bishops ' )
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:46am dc pat:

triish: I'm "working on my car" too...
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

To all fathers and people related to one: Happy Father's Day. I plan to sleep late on Sunday. That is all I ever really want. That, and a job.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:47am erella:

Hello Doug and Annie!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:48am Doug Schulkind:

Oh hey, erella!
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:53am triish:

One day, after being charged some $600 to get a car road worthy, the wheel literally fell off my vehicle while driving.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:53am dc pat:

yep happy dad day. I've been making out lately, last year I got a National resonator and this year I get to go to a soccer bar and watch Euro Championship soccer...
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:54am Pascal:

Re: Owl. I'm deep into some research on the home taping wars of the early 80s, and here's what a librarian at the University of Georgia had to say about things in 1983:

"I have followed the present copyright act with some reservations and I fear that this act is having an adverse affect on American culture and denying to the public some of the benefits of modern technology."
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:56am Doug Schulkind:

@Pascal
As a wiser person than me once said: "Stop home fucking. It's killing prostitution."
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:56am Jeff G:

I belong to the same temple as Marty Ehrlich, and I don't care who knows it.

Great tunez, Doug.
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:57am Holly in NC:

Doug says "I plan to sleep late on Sunday. That is all I ever really want. That, and a job. "

Truer words..... (well, sleep late EVERY day w/b better)
  Fri. 6/15/12 10:58am Pascal:

Doug: Think you found a title for my dissertation!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

Are you a Beth Elohimer, JG?
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:01am holland oats:

aec - i love these kookoobananas
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:01am Jeff G:

Nah: kolot. I knew it was the place when I saw Ehrlich and Roy Nathanson there. And Ribot.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:03am Jeff G:

Might as well follow the One True Religion.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:03am Doug Schulkind:

Sorry, Jeff, I don't have an "in" with rabbi there.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:05am Paul Sherratt:

My wfmu shot glass just fell from the shelf behind and rolled a four.
While Art Ensemble were playing. I'm not sure yet if that has any signifcance
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:06am Alex in Illinois:

WHat happened? Stream gone dead? Did the shot glass fall on something that stopped the stream?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:07am Doug Schulkind:

@Paul
Dear God I hope it wasn't filled with something!
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:08am Van in DC:

Enjoyed that set.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:13am Doug Schulkind:

@Van
:-)
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:13am still b/p:

I was enjoying the Big Fat Funky Shirley. Didn't you say there would be...or already was...a show of talk-over selections?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:14am Doug Schulkind:

@Alex
Have you lost the stream? Has anyone else lost or had trouble with the stream?
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:15am holland oats:

not i
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:16am holland oats:

i have however lost the plot
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:18am triish:

Cue the plot organ and set to trill..
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:18am Doug Schulkind:

@still b/p
I did an all-music bed show on May 22. (I usually air them on the one-hour Tuesday evening show.)

Here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:18am Jeff G:

All good in this Brooklyn 'hood, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

Can someone hightail it over to Illinois and give Alex's beige box a loving kick?
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:21am Van in DC:

No lost tuneage at all here in DC
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:21am ndbob:

I can't sleep late anymore for some reason - certainly has its benefits - such as being here at 800 CDT for GTDS
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

Anagram for this song title: "Oo, a pizza!"
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:27am still b/p:

When I sleep too late I have dreams of near-paralysis and drunkish turbo-vertigo.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:30am kat330:

Dicks Loud Hung. [or "Ducking Should" said Yoda :)
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:31am Doug Schulkind:

@still b/p
Doesn't smoking bath salts cause near-paralytic drunken turbo-vertigo?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:32am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Until you explain otherwise, I am awarding you with MOST AMAZING NON-SEQUITOR comment! You may pick up your prize after the show.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:33am Alex in Illinois:

The stream came back after about 5 minutes.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

@Alex
Maybe the stream said "vagina" and got itself banned in Illinois.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:35am kat330:

Anagram, maestro, anagram. A couple more: Duck Dingo Lush and Clouds Kind Hug
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:35am ndbob:

haha Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:36am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Oh I get it! You still get the award, though.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:36am Jeff G:

I'd laugh at that vagina comment if I wasn't already apoplectic with inchoate rage about that whole deal.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:37am Jeff G:

Ps. "vagina."
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:37am kat330:

I'll take that in your famous home-made pizza slices, thank ye.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:38am Jeff G:

NON-LINEAR POSTING CAUSES CONFUSION.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:38am still b/p:

re: bath salt smokin'. Yes. And perilous turbo-munchies, as we've seen.

Those MI man-clowns and their vagina freak-out just leave me stunned and turbo-irked, too.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:39am kat330:

A Chazaloo remix!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:44am Doug Schulkind:

Unfortunately the Republicans stumbled upon a copy of Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale," and thought it was a how-to guide.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:48am kat330:

Thanks a ton for your tuneage today, Doc Dingus Hulk ! You can send the pizza award UPS. Off to the kitchen now and for the Steinski start but back after a while.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:48am dc pat:

UPDATE: just walked into the fambly room and saw my son STANDING on my National!! I didn't know my voice could get that shrill...
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:49am dc pat:

funny drummer some...but not really.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:51am dc pat:

thanks for the Rita Indiana...have something new to get into...
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

My pleasure, "at 330k"

dc pat, did you scream "VAGINAAAAA!!!!!!"?
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

I just received an automated email from Pennsylvania Dept of Transportation about roadwork in the area:

"Bathtub Improvements Continue Next Week in Pittsburgh"

I am not kidding.
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:54am dc pat:

nope, he'll find out about that soon enough..
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:55am Van in DC:

Wonderful show Doug, thank you!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT
Coming up in a few minutes will be Steinski's "A Rough Mix"

Playlist page here: is.gd...

Join me for another our of fun(k)!
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:58am ndbob:

excellent show of course Doug!
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:59am Jeff G:

OUTSTANDING MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, as per usual, Doug! Thank ye!
  Fri. 6/15/12 11:59am Jeff G:

...and good luck with the rubber duckie traffic.
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks everybody! A great time was had by me!
  Fri. 6/15/12 12:01pm triish:

Friday!
  Fri. 6/15/12 12:01pm triish:

Friday!
Avatar Fri. 6/15/12 12:07pm Doug Schulkind:

So nice, you Fridayed twice!
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