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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
The DeMarco Sisters  Grandma Song, et al.   Options Swingin' Sisters on the Air!  Radiola  1976  LP  Excerpt from "The Taystee Breadwinner Program" hosted by Billy Jones and Ernest Hare, 1934    0:00:00 ()
Ted Weems and His Orchestra  Heartaches   Options The Music Goes Round and Round: The Golden Years of Tin Pan Alley 1930-1939  New World  1976  LP  Elmo Tanner, whistling; 1933    0:10:03 ()
Betty Grable and Edward Everett Horton  Let's K-nock K-nees   Options Starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers 1934-35 Volume 1  Sunbeam  1976  LP  From the soundtrack to "The Gay Divorceé," 1934    0:12:37 ()
Leo Reisman and His Orchestra  How's Chances?   Options The Vintage Irving Berlin  New World  1976  LP  Clifton Webb, vocal; 1933    0:17:22 ()
Leo Reisman and His Orchestra  Can't We Be Friends?   Options Leo Reisman Volume 1  RCA-Victor  1969  LP  Leo Reisman double shot! This time with Smith Bellew on vocal, 1929    0:20:54 ()
Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra  Coffee in the Morning (And Kisses in the Night)   Options In Hollywood 1928-1933  Renovation  2005  CD  Jimmy Newell, vocal; 1933    0:23:21 ()
Gene Austin  All I Do Is Dream of You   Options This Is Gene Austin  RCA  1972  LP  From June 6, 1934 (that's what the liner says)    0:26:26 ()
Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra  Thanks to You   Options Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams  RCA-Victor  1972  LP  Bing Crosby, vocal; 1931    0:29:17 ()
 
The Delfonics  Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love)   Options Adrian Younge Presents the Delfonics  Wax Poetics  2013  CD    *   0:40:06 ()
O.C. Tolbert  Love Bandit   Options The Detroit Funk Vaults: Funk And Soul From Dave Hamilton 1968-1979  BGP/Ace  2012  CD    *   0:42:24 ()
Barbara Burton and the Messengers  Love's Sweet Water   Options Royal Grooves: Funk and Groovy Soul from the King Records Vaults  BGP/Ace  2012  CD  From 1972  *   0:45:50 ()
Apple and the Three Oranges  Moon Light   Options Free and Easy  Now Again  2012  CD  From 1974  *   0:49:18 ()
D.J. Rogers  (It's Alright Now) Think I'll Make It Anyhow   Options It's Good to Be Alive  BMG-Camden  2002  CD  From 1975    0:52:18 ()
Morris Wilson  Rusty McDusty   Options Twin Cities Funk and Soul: Lost R&B Grooves from Minneapolis/St. Paul 1964-1979  Secret Stash  2012  CD    *   0:55:31 ()
Charles Bradley  Let Love Stand a Chance   Options Victim of Love  Daptone  2012  CD    *   1:00:24 ()
Mary Wells  Cinderella (It's Twelve O'Clock)   Options Something New: Motown Lost & Found 1961-1964  Hip-O Select/Universal  2012  CD    *   1:04:15 ()
Kim & Co.  Look Up   Options Songs for the Jet Set Vol 2  Jet Set  1999  CD      1:07:15 ()
Dengue Fever  One Thousand Tears of a Tarantula   Options In the Ley Lines  Tuk Tuk  2013  CD  live 2009  *   1:10:46 ()
Shohreh Solati  Dele Khoshbavar   Options Tisheh O Risheh: Funk, Psychedelia and Pop from the Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation  Pharaway Sounds  2012  CD    *   1:16:09 ()
Mehrpouya  Sahrah   Options Soul Raga  Pharaway Sounds  2012  CD    *   1:21:28 ()
Sun City Girls  Abydos Carousel Tapsel   Options Eye Mohini (Sun City Girls Singles Volume 3)  Abduction  2013  CD    *   1:23:51 ()
 
 
Single File: a bunch of random 45s in a row
Audience  Nancy   Options   Elektra  1971  45      1:31:04 ()
Hedgehoppers Anonymous  It's Good News Week   Options   Parrot  1965  45      1:34:59 ()
The Cryan Shames  Ben Franklin's Almanac   Options   Destination  1966  45      1:37:29 ()
Laura Lee  Hang It Up   Options   Chess  1969  45      1:39:17 ()
Sammy Gordon and the Hip Huggers  Making Love   Options   Greg  1976  45      1:41:58 ()
George Jenkins  Drum Boogie   Options   Skylark  1956  45      1:46:54 ()
The Monochrome Set  Alphaville   Options   Rough Trade  1979  45      1:50:03 ()
Isaac Hayes  Let's Stay Together   Options   Enterprise  1972  45      1:52:47 ()
Country Fever  Tears of Rage   Options   Bell  1969  45      1:56:09 ()
 
Alvin Lee and Mylon LeFevre  Carry My Load   Options On the Road to Freedom  Columbia  1973  LP  R.I.P. Alvin Lee    2:12:15 ()
Tim Hardin  While You're On Your Way   Options Nine  GM  1973  LP      2:15:18 ()
The Trash Company  Come Softly to Me   Options Earle Hotel Tapes 1979-1993  Steady Sounds  2012  LP      2:18:19 ()
Kathy McCord  I Will Never Be Alone Again   Options Women Blue: 16 Lost US Femvox Classics  Past & Present  2009  CD  From 1968    2:20:45 ()
Molly Drake  Night Is My Friend   Options Molly Drake  Squirrel Thing  2013  CD    *   2:23:05 ()
Molly Drake  Love Isn't a Right   Options Molly Drake  Squirrel Thing  2013  CD    *   2:24:45 ()
Molly Drake  How Wild the Wind Blows   Options Molly Drake  Squirrel Thing  2013  CD    *   2:26:47 ()
Connie Converse  Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains)   Options How Sad, How Lovely  Lau derette  2009  CD  and that little squirrel thing    2:28:05 ()
Blossom Dearie  Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most   Options Winchester in Apple Blossom Time  Blossom  1977  LP      2:30:33 ()
Vashti Bunyan  Which Will   Options Way to Blue: The Songs of Nick Drake  StorySound  2013  CD    *   2:34:43 ()
Liliental  Gebremster Schaum   Options Liliental  Brain  2007  CD  From 1978    2:38:25 ()
Thomas Dinger  Für Dich   Options Für Mich  Captain Trip  1997  CD  From 1981; Thanks to Aunt 13!    2:46:38 ()

Listener comments!

     Sun. 3/24/13 12:07am 12539:

I hear the talking of the DJ
Can't understand just what does he say?
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:09am fleep:

He's on the Taystee Bread Radio
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:13am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Hi Joe. Please give us some context for these recordings coming out in 1976 if you can.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:14am Uncle Michael:

I'm a Surface Noise virgin.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:16am Joe McG:

Hey, everybody! @Pete: I think movies like "Paper Moon" created interest in old music, so a lot got reissued. Also New World was a govt. project of the Bicentennial to reissue period American music, so a lot of cool stuff got re-ished.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:19am Holly in NC:

@Uncle Michael - Hy,Man!
Get it? Get it? (slinks away to change into pjs, feed cats, plate dinner, back asap)...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:20am Uncle Michael:

I credit my interest to 45 or so years of classic film viewing and the Whitburn project.

@Holly...not getting it!
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:20am Holly in NC:

Oh, and hi, Joe! Thank you for your gracious thank you note to all of us donors, made me, at least, teary
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:21am Droll:

UM, Yes, she's saying you lost it.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:21am Holly in NC:

@UncleMichael - Virgin. Hymen.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:21am Uncle Michael:

I must be sleepy!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:22am Joe McG:

@Holly: You all made me all so misty myself with your pledges. Thanks again!
  Sun. 3/24/13 12:22am sweet cheri:

hiya & g'night joe and holly,,sorry i can't stay =(
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:23am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Wow. I remember 1974's "That's Entertainment!" still being talked about a lot by the late 70s (my parents, kids of this music's era, also reinforced this). I don't know about New World Records. Looks like a lot of the kind of America-embracing everyone was doing in those days.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:24am Uncle Michael:

I'm on the hunt online for an album that's eluding me. It's ticking me off. Holly will save me.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:25am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

It is interesting to consider that this music, relative to the 70s, is analogous to music of the 70s to us.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:26am Joe McG:

Wow, Pete, you're blowing my mind!
  Sun. 3/24/13 12:27am sweet cheri:

one last word to joe & everybody.. what's happening??
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:28am Uncle Michael:

Pete, while I grew up entirely in the rock and roll era, I've been steeped in old cinema since I was a small child. I heard so much of this music in context by watching the films of the '30s and '40s that it's part of my aural DNA. I don't think I'm unusual. Not typical...but there are a lot of us.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:29am Holly in NC:

If it's that friggin' organ grinder pizza lp, I am still trying AND IT'S DRIVING ME INSANE. Augh!
If not, what? Love to help when possible, always.
  Sun. 3/24/13 12:31am sweet cheri:

g'nite holly
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:31am Uncle Michael:

No, it's not that...and my frustration was mainly due to broken links and the fact that I'm so new to slsk that I forgot to look there. Looking for the first Neu! album...or better yet, the 2010 vinyl box set.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:32am Droll:

Pete, That's a great observation: 40-year nostalgia. The difference between the 30's and 70's is smaller than 70's and 10's, if for no other reason than there used to be a shared blues influence.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:35am Uncle Michael:

What's especially fascinating about Pete's observation is that there's some weird temporal distortions. Just in the rock era, like spans of time are not equivalent. We're in this era of rapid technological change and slowed cultural change. No one would argue that popular music changed as much 1993 to 2013 as it did from 1954 to 1974, for example.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:38am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I thought that right after I posted my comment -- the ease of movement of culture, for lack of a better way to put it, changes the relative meaning of time when comparing culture over time.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:42am Uncle Michael:

Perhaps the decelerating rate of change has something to do with sort of resistance created by an ever-increasing bow wake of nostalgia combined with the increasing difficulty in doing anything truly new. Or maybe I'm just oblivious to the new.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:44am Uncle Michael:

I look at a hundred-plus years of recorded music, consider that it's all a drop in the bucket of human history and imagine that the broad distinctions that you and I hear between Billy Murray and Mos Def might not even be discernible to a martian.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:45am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

It's hard to say with authority how fast trends evolved and dissipated in one period relative to another, even if you'd lived through both. There is tremendous development from 1954-74, but what is the viable lifespan and development of significant artists today compared to then? Are flash-in-the-pan stars more or less common now?
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:46am Holly in NC:

@Uncle Michael - slsk has your neu!, no problem.
btw I'm user hkbabel - I need your user id to put you on my user list. I hate leeches, so most of my files available to user list only
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:48am Uncle Michael:

I need to be schooled in slsk etiquette. I'm jstrawks

I already grabbed that one. Mission accomplished.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:48am Droll:

UM, The difference between 2010 and 1970 is music recordings (which compete with live musicians) became both ubiquitous and free, removing any economic incentive to make new music. The technology which should have launched the Cambrian Period of media has somehow resulted in it's extinction.
     Sun. 3/24/13 12:48am dknight23:

never heard O.C.'s Love Bandit before...but Love It!
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:49am Tome:

1974--hmm was a change happening, again like 20 years past for mainstream anyway trying to give r&b, rock to appeal to "white" radio,, ie.. Elvis( the king of rock'n'roll"?" ) then 20 years latter Disco ( to keep the funk to one beat - George clinton said it himself "disco is like making love with one stroke.." ) and the decline of mainstream FM after that ,,,
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:52am Uncle Michael:

@Droll, I was just going to make a similar point in addressing Pete. We're coming to the tail end of dinosaur legacy artists with long careers because of the phenomon that you describe. When Billy Joel's youngest fans have gone off to Hospice, it's hard to imagine there will be artists around with 30 years of viable catalog, nostalgically filling arenas with comeback tours. Will there be many artists newer than say, Radiohead that will manage that?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 12:54am Uncle Michael:

Tome, AM radio in the early '70s was still a melting pot with rock, pop, rnb and c&w crossing over in every direction. Formatted and consulted radio killed that. Money dumbed down the audience.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:58am Holly in NC:

Y'all are having a great, fascinating discussion!

Droll - guess why I'm not participating - once again reheating *porchetta* (while tossing kale, dandelions & some sort of flowering bok choy to suck up all that pork fat... ) mmm... pork fat

I honestly don't think there's been a musical revolution this decade, at least in the western world. Would LOVE to be schooled.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:59am Green Mountain Man Mark:

Hey, This is great! I am awake for Joe's show. Usually passed out. I was passed earlier but woke up here now.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 12:59am fleep:

I like that the herd mentality is breaking down. When Ken typed during H&M that he had never heard "Call Me Maybe" before, it was just proof to me that you can live in the long tail quite comfortably, be otaku on what you like. I'm okay with no more megastars.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:00am Tome:

my my Funky joe love it !!!
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:00am Droll:

UM, I doubt the notion of "catalog", or even "release", will exist as we know it in 30 years. I suppose people will still be watching Gangnam Style and Queen on YouTube in 30 years...

Holly, why mock me with your salty, fatty, delicious cured pork?
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:01am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I bounce around a lot between places that have cable and DTV. The very limited DTV is full of commercials for Adult Problems and a higher-than-average proportion of nostalgia stations (3 out of 18 or 19), and it's about what TV was in 1978. Cable is so infinitely broad by comparison that you never need be aware of the same world that anyone else is.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:01am Uncle Michael:

I was in a conversation on FB yesterday that dealt with the fact that while functioning as a judge on American Idol, Mariah Carey indicated that she had never previously heard the song "She's Leaving Home."
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:03am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I hate to say it, but I actually enjoy seeing Mariah Carey grow as a person.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:06am Holly in NC:

@Droll - I thought you had a regular source!
If not, dang, sorry for being a bitch.
But - you are overlooking an expanse of water, yes?
Let's just say only water in my view is the overflow from my broken gutters (too cold for skeeters yet thank thank you thank you)
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:08am Uncle Michael:

I'm agnostic on that subject. I would say that if one of the biggest artist of an era of popular music only one or two generations removed from the Beatles can be oblivious to what might be the most beautiful track from what is widely considered the career high-water mark by a pair of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century can be wholly unfamiliar with it...it illustrates Pete's point about non-overlapping sets in the venn diagram of musical taste.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:08am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Re: "She's Leaving Home," as a kid, I got Sgt. Pepper's from the record sublet business in our ShopRite, then had to have an argument with my friend about whether the Bee Gees that he knew from the movie or the Beatles I knew from the record did it better. I held the Beatles side, but to this day the song makes me think of the movie.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:09am tomB:

Mary Wells rules Motown! (even when she cribs lyrics from Goffin-King)
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:09am Uncle Michael:

A bad toothache makes me think of that movie.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:11am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Yeah, it's an uncomfortable movie.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:13am Uncle Michael:

I can't even pretend to like Ken Russell's Tommy. I'm even going to pretend the Sgt. Pepper film holds any joy for me.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:13am Green Mountain Man Mark:

Have stirred awake many nights in cold sweat with nightmare scenario of alien first contact to Earth because the aliens heard gangnam style and also wanted to stop by our planet to do one of those Harlem shake videos to send around the universe.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:15am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

My first exposure to that Tommy was on a tape of the soundtrack. I got 1/2 through and then didn't finish it for years. Then I watched the movie, and I began over time to appreciate it for being an unholy mess.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:17am fleep:

Watching a certain generation trying to be hip is always a squirm fest. Sinatra doing Cher's "Bang Bang"
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:22am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I've been noticing a lot of this particular album whose title is too long to repeat. Very popular on WFMU, and very interesting.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:23am Uncle Michael:

Holly, how does one search for the room a user is in?
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:26am Droll:

I never understood how Frampton ended up in the Sgt. Pepper's movie. Or why he's on the Grease OST. I'm afraid if I keep looking I'll find he's everywhere, like a conspiracy.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:26am Holly in NC:

For me, worst was going through the pissed-off "I spent YEARS tracking down that Stooges/Mother of Invention/etc lp - & now any fool can get the cd" stage. late 80s. Got over my collector scum bad self just in time to appreciate mp3s ;-)
Now I'm just amused that most (rockish) hot shit new reissues I still consider new myself, they're cds from the '90s for christsake! (cf dump)
Oh, Ajax, Your Flesh, where have you gone?
Bucketful of Brains. Forced Exposure. :-(

Thank God for Ugly Things, really.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:29am Uncle Michael:

Droll, Frampton is not on the Grease OST.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:30am Uncle Michael:

@Holly, what Stooges/Mothers? The Zapped Warner Loss Leader?
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:32am Stevel:

Frampton WAS everywhere. Perhaps he still is. Be wary.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:32am Green Mountain Man Mark:

Frampton secretly used his famous talk box to communicate with manatees and along with it, aliens.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:33am Droll:

UM, He plays guitar on the title track, which was written by one of the Bee Gees (who sing BG vox).

Holly, It says a lot that we used to spend years tracking down albums just to hear them, and now that they're all on YT nobody bothers to click a link and spend 15 seconds listening.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:35am Uncle Michael:

I thought you meant he sang on the soundtrack.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:36am Uncle Michael:

I love Audience. I dig the song "Indian Summer."
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:36am Joe McG:

@Uncle Michael: I do, too! I've played that 45 on a previous Single File!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:38am Uncle Michael:

Joe, I may have played it at some point on every radio project I've ever done.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:38am Holly in NC:

@UncleMichael - Not sure, I have chosen not to join rooms. Not a chatter. No, seriously ;-) I only chat here.

And also...
No, Stooges 1st lp Mothers 1st lp separately! Growing up in suburban Connecticut without having magical Thurston Moore or Punk guys skills, took me 'til college years in Mass to track either down. And lots of money (for me) that was supposed to go to textbooks. Yeah, picked up every xtra job available to finance myself. Kids these days...
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:39am tomB:

I always mix this up with "That Was the Week That Was"
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:39am Uncle Michael:

I used this track on a "news" themed episode of a show last year."
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:40am Uncle Michael:

Nope...was on a viet nam episode, not the news episode.

ebs-radio.com...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:44am Joe McG:

Cool, UM! Nice work.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:45am fleep:

Extra crispy love.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:46am Uncle Michael:

Thanks Joe.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:46am Joe McG:

@fleep: It's super crispy, but I can't resist this bonkers synthesizer player.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:50am Holly in NC:

@droll - one of my very most prized possessions is a 3rd generation cassette copy of BDP's Criminal Minded, made for me in 1987 by a hometown friend who couldn't believe I was hip enough to like. Took me 'til 1990 to find a cdR copy here in Durham - yeah cdR, boot only in a wildly sketchy (& long gone) record & incense store.
Now of course have a pristine mp3 copy.
Not the same, & I'll never, ever get rid of that lovingly copied cassette.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:51am Green Mountain Man Mark:

If aliens did come to us from well, outer space, where else, as a human here on this place and a loyal WFMU listener, would hope that Joe would step in and tame the aliens by directing them to frequencies WFMU.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:53am Droll:

GMMM, What makes you think WFMU isn't staffed by space aliens? Plenty of evidence for that.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 1:54am Joe McG:

beep bop borp blap
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:55am Folsom:

All I know it's costing me money, bookmarking music to buy later.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 1:59am Green Mountain Man Mark:

@droll- No, I have checked them out. They are human. Joe is human. The only ones I am not sure of are Psue Braun Thing, and Terre T. Something suspicious. Along with that Sharpling guy. Hmmm! I am serious!
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:01am tomB:

technically, those 3 are not extra-terrestial, according to hollow-earth theorists
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:02am Uncle Michael:

I like to think of them as bonus terrestrials.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:06am Droll:

GMMM, Check again, you can't just check for seams anymore, you need to use those sunglasses.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:06am Uncle Michael:

enjoyed the conversation tonight folks...night all and thanks Joe.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:16am Joe McG:

Goodnight, UM, have a nice Sunday and after!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:24am Mike Noble:

It feels so good to pay in full.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:25am Holly in NC:

Still here & listening w great pleasure, Joe, but very cold fingers so no more typing. Trash Company nice discovery!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:27am Joe McG:

Thanks, Holly! Always nice to know you're out there. Hey, Mike!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:31am Mike Noble:

you keep playing these molly drake tracks, I'm just going to favorite them all.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:32am Joe McG:

Beautiful stuff, Mike, I could play the whole thing.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:36am Holly in NC:

Cracking frozen fingers to applaud Molly - Connie - Blossom xo
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:41am Holly in NC:

And Vashti, drat you! Going to heat water to wrap hands around ;-)
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:42am Joe McG:

:)
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:42am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Joe, Holly, Mike 'n all
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:43am Joe McG:

Hey, Brian. The birds are chirping for you!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:45am Brian in UK:

You bet Joe, snow has eased off. Clocks go forward next Sunday over here. So's 6:45 now
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:46am Joe McG:

Excellent! We're expecting a bit of drift tonight into tomorrow, but hopefully not much. Although spring does hang me up the most!
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 2:48am Holly in NC:

Hi Brian!
  Sun. 3/24/13 2:49am California man:

I've always loved the Liliental album. Thanks for playing!
  Sun. 3/24/13 2:50am Dilly:

Like the Operating Theatre song, I hope that spring is coming with a strawberry in its mouth. I feel like the ripeness of the strawberry is the main concern of that song :/
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:50am Brian in UK:

WE had a great week off walking in the High Peaks, nearly got snowed in on Friday. Did not hear any FMU for a week. Great marathon result. What a station. What listeners.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:52am Joe McG:

I agree, Brian. We have the best listeners in the whole wide world, no doubt. Hey, Dilly and CA man, glad you liked the show's tail. It's fluffy for spring.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:55am Joe McG:

Well, it looks like I'm just about done for now. Stay tuned for Imaginary Radio with Chris M. and his special guests the Happy New Years. Have a good week, all!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 2:55am Brian in UK:

Lucinda Wiliams does a great version of Which Will too.
Sweet dreams everyone, back to work next week. Hey.
     Sun. 3/24/13 2:57am 12539:

Muchas gracias, Joe.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 3:00am Mike Noble:

goodnight!
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