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Options May 15, 2013: We who make our throats a garbage pit and our stomachs a graveyard. Mean, angry, loathsomely jealous, confused and beset by covetousness, who without restraint would lie, deceive, and betray to mask our depravity.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Eartha Kitt  I Want to Be Evil   Options Purrfect: Greatest Hits  0:03:32 ()
Os Mutantes  Ando Meio Desligado   Options A Divina Comedia Ou Ando Meio Desligado  0:07:19 ()
Lost Patrol  See You in Hell   Options Driven  0:11:39 ()
Allen Clapp & His Orchestra  Something Strange Happens   Options One Hundred Percent Chance of Rain  0:14:34 ()
 
Lô Borges  O Trem Azul   Options Retratos  0:21:57 ()
Earlimart  U&Me   Options System Preferences  0:25:47 ()
Curtis Hasselbring  Stereo Jack's, Bluegrass J's   Options Number Stations  0:30:30 ()
Xenia Rubinos  Hair Receding   Options Magic Trix  0:34:50 ()
Dixon DeVore  I'm in Love with a Drummer Man   Options The Dixon DeVore Collection  0:40:27 ()
 
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages  Living Proof   Options Ow! Ow! Ow!  0:49:16 ()
The KMGs and the Whippersnappers  Blues for Mr. Brown   Options Funky Soul Power  0:54:46 ()
Kingsbury Manx  Future Hunter   Options Bronze Age  1:00:10 ()
Dark Dark Dark  Tell Me   Options Who Needs Who  1:02:56 ()
Broadcast  Arc of a Journey   Options Tender Buttons  1:06:45 ()
 
The Electric Flag  Groovin' Is Easy   Options A Long Time Comin'  1:16:30 ()
Sophia Knapp (featuring AOP)  Times Square   Options 7" single  1:19:10 ()
Annie Gosfield   Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds Back   Options The NYFA Collection: 25 Years of New York New Music  1:22:53 ()
Joe Meek  The Bublight   Options I Hear a New World: An Outer Space Music Fantasy  1:25:36 ()
Joseph Bertolozzi  Meltdown (from Bridge Music)   Options The NYFA Collection: 25 Years of New York New Music  1:28:06 ()
Eltro  Say It   Options Velodrome  1:33:52 ()
Lava Children  When I Was the Moon   Options Lava Children  1:37:21 ()
 
Love Affair vs. Public Enemy vs. CC Penniston  Everlasting Enemy   Options ccc mashup  1:50:00 ()
Foo Fighters  Monkey Wrench   Options The Colour and the Shape  1:53:38 ()
Vibesonic Jam  Speed   Options Egotrip  1:57:16 ()
The Boys Next Door  There Is No Greater Sin   Options Cameo single 394  2:02:22 ()
Foxygen  In the Darkness   Options We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic  2:04:42 ()
Metric  Expecting to Fly   Options iTunes Session  2:06:28 ()
Macy Gray  Beauty in the World   Options The Sellout  2:09:21 ()
 
Tame Impala  The Bold Arrow of Time   Options InnerSpeaker  2:18:03 ()
Steve Miller Band  Space Cowboy   Options Brave New World  2:21:48 ()
Jim Hall  Subsequently   Options Subsequently  2:27:00 ()
Beverly Kenney  I Hate Rock & Roll   Options The Steve Allen Show, May 18, 1958  2:32:20 ()
The Supremes vs. Elvis Costello  Peace, Love and the Happening   Options ccc mashup  2:34:11 ()
Danielle Dax  Touch Piggy's Eyes   Options Dark Adapted Eye  2:36:35 ()
 
Cleaners from Venus  Follow the Plough   Options Golden Cleaners  2:45:30 ()
Dusty Stray  Drowning Horses   Options Family Album  2:49:16 ()
Jenny O.  Home   Options Home  2:52:05 ()
The Pernice Brothers  Somerville   Options Projections  2:55:23 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:01pm rrg:

"Irwin is up next."
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:02pm Andrew Waterloo:

That was a fast playlist switchover
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:03pm rrg:

Not fast enough.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:03pm Uncle Michael:

Time and tide wait for no one.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:04pm Listening Out There:

Speaking of depravity, you should see my leftovers.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- but tying flying fish to ski is Fun.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:05pm Dan B From Upstate:

Eartha Kitt. What? It came up organically!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:05pm rrg:

Wow. Eartha Kitt. I LOVE this show.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:05pm common:

great painting!
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:06pm Alison Porchnik:

"not chaste" isn't all it's cracked up to be, Eartha.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:06pm rrg:

She meant "not chased". Or perhaps she meant it as a double-entendre. Or perhaps you did.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:07pm Andrew Waterloo:

I love the painting, looks like something you'd find in Grandma's cabin, then again not.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:07pm Alison Porchnik:

There's something Megan Jean + KFB about that song.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:08pm Dave in PA:

Nice piggyback art!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:08pm Andrew Waterloo:

You have to remember that Ertha is from an era where holding hands was frowned upon.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:09pm Parq:

Have always dug Eartha and that one was new on me. Thanks for yet another great revelation.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:10pm Uncle Michael:

Eartha Kitt comes from an era where being a vamp was still a thing.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:10pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

✰ Os Mutantes
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:10pm Mike East:

the best Os Mutantes record, imo
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:10pm Andrew Waterloo:

according to Google is "I'm tired of being pure and not chased"
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:11pm rolf:

we're up all night to get our vocoder back
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:12pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello all Chusidites! How come this picture does't inspire me to either fly-fish or water-ski?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:12pm rrg:

It's necessary to mention that Eartha Kitt was one of three actresses who played Catwoman in the Adam West/Burt Ward "Batman" series and movies.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:13pm northguineahills:

@RRN63 & Mike: ditto!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:13pm rrg:

Are we Chusidites or are we Irwinites?

Are we not men?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

rrg: For some it is a given / only necessary depending on your age, my son...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:15pm rrg:

I still have a couple two three years on you, Mr. Turns-50-this-year.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:16pm Laura L:

It may be immodest to say, but perhaps we're Irwinners.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ah - you were too old to watch Batman...
- I only come here to benefit from his Irudition...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:17pm rrg:

You have nailed it, LL.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:17pm KevinfromBayRidge:

All you young"ins,Irwinians?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:18pm Uncle Michael:

I have noticed that FMU people seems to present a substantial 50-53 year-old cluster. A bulge, if you will....in the bell curve.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...rrg!: & I thot you were an earnest but personable young computer programmer full of promise...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:19pm rrg:

Hey, I have that Zappa album, Kevin from Bay Ridge which is in Brooklyn.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I was 5'11" & 125 lbs. most of my life. Is that what this I have now - a bell curve - ?! I'm not fat - I'm pregnant w/ Guinness' baby...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:21pm rrg:

It's all true except perhaps for the "young" part but I'm aging well even if I do say so myself.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:22pm I X Key!:

!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:22pm rrg:

Your nickname must have been "Beanpole", then.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:23pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The flying water ski tower is going to run the skier into the pine trees. He better loop around and get back over the lake.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:23pm rrg:

"Azul" means "blue".

That's all i've got.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:23pm rrg:

I've got.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well - people used to taunt me & ask if I had AIDS. Now of course I'm middle-aged - & it's all about skinny jeans...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Logically, I suppose that not all Irwinners are Irwinians, but all Irwinians are Irwinners. QED..

Lotsa Portuguêsa so far today.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:24pm KevinfromBayRidge:

rrg, Yeah...tis a good one. And thanks for the the borough reminder,especially for out of towners! Actually in Queens as we speak.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:24pm SeanG:

live large
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:24pm Irwin:

@unca mike: yep, we're Boomer-centric, tho I'm a bit of an apostate-Boomer. My narcissism transcends generations.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:26pm Alison Porchnik:

Irwin, where did you take that quotation from? Or is it your own words of inimitable wisdom?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:27pm rrg:

I'm sure we've all searched for that tagline and discovered that it exists only on this playlist.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:27pm Irwin:

@AP: modified from some vegan spokesthing.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: Apostate Boomer, one who isn't limited to playing Boomer-era music. Bravo!
All apostate Boomer men, incidentally, are in the age range where they should get a prostate Boomer exam.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:28pm rrg:

That reminds me that I have to nip out to the Earlimart for some milk after the show.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:29pm Matt from Springfield:

The things I have found only on Irwin playlists could fill a warehouse. Maybe even a portion of a Cloud server.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:29pm rrg:

And some bacon. For the garbage pit that is my throat.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:29pm Alison Porchnik:

That monster in the painting is a modified vegan spokesthing, is it not?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:29pm Uncle Michael:

Right Irwin...but we seem to skew, from loose impression...very late, even tail-end apostate boomer.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:30pm rrg:

I'm guessing it's the Boomers that make it possible for WFMU to raise 1.25 million dollars every year.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:31pm rrg:

We're all Boomers at heart here. Deny it and I will disagree with you.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:33pm KevinfromBayRidge:

rrg, Gotta do our share! After all, weren't our elders financially supported the freeform of our younger days?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:33pm rrg:

I'm missing "Chunga's Revenge", even though I had/have the LP. Have to rectify that. Was reminded of it by a track played on that Gang-of-Three Drum Spectacular that Irwin participated in a few days ago.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:34pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It has a nicely Rambaudian negativity to it - would you say?/Moloch - whose eyes are blind windows
...I am self-described: 'Ovo-Lacto-Vegetarian w/ fondness for (mostly ThriftStore) Black Leather' - so perhaps some parity there...
- Consider myself (b.Nov63) borderline Boomer/Xer - a cypher among cyphers - blahblah me me me...I sound like Beaker (Muppet), not a Boomer...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Another round of DrummerThing, everybody? Three Hours surprisingly short for it.
- & why not one for Bassists too?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:38pm Droll:

If WFMU is dependent on Boomers, either the station needs to double it's popularity or X'ers need to be twice as rich as their parents: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:39pm Caryn:

@rrg: dammit, I missed the Drum Spectacular? Evidently got my dates mixed up. Know where I could find the archive?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:40pm rrg:

There's a link to the archive on Irwin's main playlist page, Caryn.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:41pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- birth rates dpwn per 1,000
- but many more "per 1,000's", no doubt - ?!
Caryn: Any of Dave Mandl's, Irwin's or efd's Playlist Pages has it!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:41pm rrg:

@Droll: I doubt I'll be around long enough to worry about WFMU's fortunes in the era of falling population.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:41pm KevinfromBayRidge:

The Drum thang was great. Everyone should hit the archives for a listen. rrg- Ialso have Chunga's (as well as Weasels) buried somewhere only in vinyl form.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:42pm rrg:

Is this a song-poem?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

U.S. Population 4 x's what it was in WWII, I have heard. Might even be true.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:43pm Caryn:

Thanks, rrg & RRN63! For some reason, I had gotten it into my head that it was gonna be in Irwin's slot, but apparently that was a fiction concocted by my non-Boomer brain.
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:43pm Listening Out There:

Haven't heard this yet, but it's supposed to be a hoot: Meeting Ginger Baker: an experience to forget -- http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2013/may/15/ginger-baker-beware-mr-baker-interview
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:44pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Here's Dave Mandl's drum special from last Sunday evening - www.wfmu.org...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:45pm Droll:

I'm not sure how Dixon didn't make the cut for the drum showcase. 50 so-so guys? I would deny knowing anything about drums to Mr. DeVore.

A bass-centric show would probably attract 3 listeners, tops. Bass solos suck, I know from what I speak.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:45pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Caryn, look at recent archives- Dave Mandl-Sunday 5/12-9-12PM
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:46pm Droll:

Bring in Bryce for the next throwdown (doesn't matter what instrument is being featured)!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:47pm rrg:

I would listen to a bass throwdown. Or tuba. Many other things.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:47pm Andrew Waterloo:

@Droll they wanted to highlight drummers that don't normally get highlighted.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:48pm SeanG:

bonzo
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:50pm Irwin:

Barrence signs to Bloodshot:
www.bloodshotrecords.com...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Drummer's special was fantastic! Most of the bands were familiar to me, but it was great to focus on those "drummer's drummers" for a different view.
Also: HARPSICHORD throwdown! One is long overdue!!!
  Wed. 5/15/13 3:51pm PMD:

Sounds a little like Huey Lewis.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:51pm Uncle Michael:

Battle ocarina in DJ stadium.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:51pm rrg:

I'm stlll only an hour into the drum throwdown. I need a little time still.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:52pm fleep:

Didgeridoo Fury!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:53pm rrg:

Therebo!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@UM: "The Wild Things behind Wild Thing: Part I"!!

@rrg: Then I wouldn't be spoiling it - by revealing that the "no drummer jokes" rule was quickly broken.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@fleep: We could bring in the UN's house didgeri ensemble, the Didgeridoo-gooders.
(Note: pun already made on another list, repeated here).
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

World Population *doubled* (already) in my lifetime: more received information...
- I stand corrected - the audio is only on Mandl's Playlist.
- Dixon was featured on a non-Smithereens track. A very good one on which he impressed. Would be honored to hear him as a Host! I learned things about Drummers & Drumming from the first round - wouldn't mind them getting even more Technical - but I don't presume to speak for anyone else there...
...They don't have to be Solos: Drum solos were forbidden on the Show.
- No one cares about John Entwistle? Really??
...Has been suggested: A lot of the Power people credit to Guitar in Rawk is really the Bass...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I mean Dennis DIKEN of course...sheesh...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 3:59pm Droll:

. o O ( I secretly want to hear a bass-throwdown because bass is my primary instrument, but I can't imagine why anyone else would sit through it. I'm not even sure if FMU has enough bassists for a full panel of DJs. Rock bassists typically suck, most the show would have to be jazz players. )
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Jazz don't bother me one bit, man! There were plenty Jazz in the DrumThing!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:04pm Uncle Michael:

I would co-DJ a bass throwdown if I could.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:04pm Carmichael:

I just returned from filling up my graveyard via my garbage pit. I'd participate in a lute circle. I think ...
  Wed. 5/15/13 4:04pm Gordon from Chapel Hill:

Yay Kingsbury Manx!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:04pm Uncle Michael:

And I would play ONLY rock/pop/r&B bassists.
  Wed. 5/15/13 4:05pm Listening Out There:

John Entwistle, Noel Redding, Carol Kaye, Jaco Pastorius, Jimmy Blanton, James Jamerson...could be a good show...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:06pm Carmichael:

Victor Wooten. Stop. Check, please!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

R&B Bassists! The mind boggles! Get Mr. FineWine!
...There's a Dixon on the Playlist, & Don Dixon has produced the Smithreens - so I gets confused...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:07pm Parq:

A bass panel would have Matt Fiveash and Mac Cumella just for starters.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:08pm Uncle Michael:

FMU needs to work out syncing far-flung DJ's for co-hosting escapades...and I'm in.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:08pm Caryn:

Yeah, I can think of 3-4 rock bass solos I love. Other genres would probably fill things up. A Bass Throwdown would be awesome! (My favourite feature from the 2-disc "The Kids Are Alright" Who DVD set were the two bass-only tracks, btw.)
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:09pm Parq:

By the way, Mandl did a full tribute to Entwhistle when he died. It's one of the first Dave Mandl shows I remember hearing.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:09pm fleep:

Late to party, still fixated on today's title, from our pal Mansahara Parihasajalpita Stotram. "Those who eat the flesh of other creatures are nothing less than gristle grinders, blood drinkers, muscle munchers, carcass crunchers and flesh feeders."
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:10pm Uncle Michael:

Yum. Count me in.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...This Braodcast reminds me of some Warren Defever production...
- You can write off Keith Moon as a slob (they didn't do that...) - but John Entwistle...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:11pm Caryn:

@fleep: I guess I'm missing MP's point about how any of that is bad... Of course, I type this while munching down on BBQ-flavoured sausage.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:11pm rrg:

Are you gonna eat that gristle?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:12pm Droll:

...Larry Graham, David Hungate, Mark Sandman, pretty much any prog player (Lee, Squire, Levin, Myung...). Great under-players like Dean Garcia, too...
Maybe you're right about that being a workable show. I take back my disparaging remarks.
  Wed. 5/15/13 4:12pm Listening Out There:

ah. Jack Bruce. forgot him...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:12pm rrg:

You told me but I've forgotten what this talkover music is. I'm very embarrassed.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:13pm rrg:

Thanks.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:14pm Caryn:

I suspect I'd love a Bass Throwdown to be less about bass solos and more about listening to bass-only versions of songs to show what fabulous and essential stuff is going on in the background, usually making the songs what they are.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:15pm rrg:

I would LOVE that. Pulling out the bass tracks and just playing those.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:15pm Uncle Michael:

I'd like it to be about songs where the bass playing is what makes it special.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:16pm Alison Porchnik:

Thanks for plugging!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...To Live is to Consume, one way or another - but you know how you sound to a Veggie, right?...There's always Trouble's Program for P.C. FoodPolitics, I suppose...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:16pm Alison Porchnik:

Thanks for plugging!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:16pm Uncle Michael:

And while I won't name any of my other selections...Entwhistle on "The Real Me," is mine.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:17pm Carmichael:

Check out Rob Wasserman's Duets. Just one guest on each track that performs to his bass playing. My favorite cut is Dan Hicks' Gone With the Wind.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:17pm rrg:

It's true, groovin' IS easy.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:18pm Uncle Michael:

That's a cool album, Carmichael. Some great stuff on Trios as well.
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 4:18pm Detroit Mac:

I remember buying this album and how surprised I was with the horns. Listening now takes me right back. (THANKS!)
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:19pm Caryn:

On an old VHS tape, I've got a live version of Queen doing "Liar" in their early days, where John Deacon does probably my favourite bass solo of all time. Damn, need to digitise that!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:20pm Parq:

That Elec Flag track has a great bass track, by the way -- which may well have been the point of playing it.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:21pm Carmichael:

Was that Nick Gravenites on vocals? Geez, that brings back San Fran in the 60s.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Re Electric Flag:
- So very glad Irwin spotlighted Mitch Mitchell - one of the greatest RockInstrumentalists
- but Buddy Miles & Band of Gypsys was heavy & kewl too - !!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

✰ Joe Meek
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 4:31pm Detroit Mac:

Now I want to hear the performance soundtrack from the Triplets of Belleville?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Is that Queen performance a rare bootleg, or have you found it elsewhere online?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:34pm Caryn:

@Matt: nah, it was a VHS release with rehearsal and live footage of them mostly in the 70s and early 80s. Maybe I should try and see if I could find just that live track online.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: That's what I was about to say on locating the track; however, if that was extremely rare, you should upload it as a service to humanity!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:42pm rrg:

"I think it's so groovy now that people are trying to get together."
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:43pm Caryn:

@Matt: that's true
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:43pm Droll:

Matt, I think you mean "humanity minus the original artists, their publisher, manager, and label".
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:43pm Uncle Michael:

Try to love one another, right now.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Standup Bass & the Electric BassGuitar are notably distinct instruments.
- I maintain that the switch from one to the other was a crucial one in the development of Rock('n'Roll) - as illustrated by comparing Eddie Cochran tracks w/ one against the other...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:45pm rrg:

Caryn, that wouldn't be a Queen "At the Beeb" concert, would it?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:46pm Ike:

Gosh, Irwin, the DMV is awful? You don't say! Next you'll tell me that cockroaches are disgusting and that nobody likes soap scum. My Gob, REALLY?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:47pm Caryn:

@RRN63: I now await an academic dissertation comparing Cochran tracks with one another.
@rrg: nope.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it's sounds more credible sung by Dino Valente in his original...'We are but a moment's sunlight fading in the grass' - Pastoralism, Impermanence - okay w/ me...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:48pm fleep:

Humming "Brazil"
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:49pm Andrew Waterloo:

Is it time for the Primus song?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:50pm rrg:

"Live from Golders Green Hippodrome"?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:50pm Stanley The Meat Guy:

Hi Earwin!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:51pm Caryn:

Woohoo! Love Affair!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:51pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ike: And the post office too!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:52pm Alison Porchnik:

This is great
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:53pm Droll:

My license plates were stolen once and the state issued two new sets of plates to me. It took three months and 5 letters to convince them I hadn't committed fraud trying to register the same car three times so I could pay all the registration fees three times. They were convinced that's what I was trying to do.
  Wed. 5/15/13 4:53pm Robert:

Now, see, THIS is a mash-up. Well done.
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 4:53pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Yes. In the past Irwin would have been able to tell that DMV story quicker. It takes longer now.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Columbus Method: Find a key & land on it...
I hate waiting in line awlright: What are we, British? Cue Prof. Elemental...
- Irwin can't listen to a podcast whilst queueing- cause he can't stand anybody else!...
There's this :en.wikipedia.org...
- I have heard that the Banks have it right: Common feeder line, & then use the next teller that's available...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mark: It's the same stories, really, so you've got to make 'em last! One incident, stories for life.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:55pm Ike:

Ha, GMMM, good one.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- which of course says nothing about crap Service once you get there...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:56pm Uncle Michael:

RRN63...that's how my DMV does it. You take a bakery number and the next open clerk calls the next number. You sit in chairs while you wait...no lines. Still...long waits...but fair waits.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:57pm Alison Porchnik:

What this country needs is Foo
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 4:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Dave Grohl believes in giving the best Service his skills can provide - so in a sense, true.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:00pm Carmichael:

Alison, there are those who actively fight foo. Personally, I see no reason for foo to exist. But I do not wish to pass judgment on foo lovers.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:00pm rrg:

You're listening to WFMU East Orange at 91.1 FM, WMFU at 90.9 in Mount Hope, in Rockland County at 91.9 FM. And on the Web at wfmu.org.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:00pm Uncle Michael:

Ok, these Vibesonic people kick ass. Who the hell are they?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:01pm rrg:

I'm thinking we got more drum this week. But I could be wrong.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:02pm Caryn:

Our local clinic changed their queueing system. It used to be: 2 windows, one you queue at if you already have an appointment or just need advice or a refill on a prescription, the other you take a bakery number for and sit down and wait if you need to schedule an appointment. Now, it's: 2 windows, the "queue without a number for set appointments or minor stuff, take a number and sit to get an appointment" stuff is the same, but now, both windows take both kinds of people. So patients are utterly confused which window would be better to queue at, because the windows randomly call people in from the seats, so you could end up waiting half an hour and get passed by 5 people if you're at the head of a queue at one window, while you might be 6th in the other queue but end up at the window faster. Frigging mess.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Not the 'Boys Next Door' became the Birthday Party - but a great 60's 45 I have just ✰'d...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:06pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: American-style confusion, undermining Scandinavian-style efficiency every time.
You're welcome.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- that's dif. Queue Theory : You have Windows w/ dif. purposes.
...I think we Americans (by which I blithely mean the U.S.) want to ignore the existence of Queues up front: There's nothing John Wayne Wild West Mythology about a f*^&kin' Queue...
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:09pm Robert:

rrg, do you remember if 20+ yrs. ago WFMU briefly had an xltr on 91.9 around Nyack or so? ISTR some time around then having caught it briefly a couple times while listening to the 100 watter out of Westchester Community College. I should ask Ken.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

✰ for Neil~Buffalo Springfield cover...thot it might be JennyO for a nanosecond...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:11pm rrg:

Robert, I don't remember that they did. But you're right, Ken would be a good person to ask.
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 5:12pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

I never have to wait around long at the DMV. In fact it happens too quick, then back to work. When I lived in other places the DMV would take very long and I treated DMV day like a holiday. Meet all kinds of crazy people, fun.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:12pm Robert:

Maybe Bruce Elving, or even Glenn Hauser, would know.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: If a space is empty, you move forward! If someone or something's in that space, you move them and then move forward! Do you know what you're moving forward towards? It doesn't matter, just do it!!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...saw a thing about Queueing in Cuba - where resources are limited & socialized: They've figured it out & made it Civil!: Old & Sick in front - & each person remember just the person in front of you - & sit down & chill! Never work here of course...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:13pm rrg:

You're living the Bob Newhart small-town life, GMMM.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:14pm Droll:

Bass throwdowns and Little's Law on the comments board and I didn't bring up either one... If this comments board has no rhyme or reason, why does it still make sense?
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 5:14pm Arbutus Ditch:

We don't queue in America
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:17pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Vermont has even fewer people than New Hampshire here, which has a few bits - well one, the Capital, that is like North Boston...
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:17pm philco:

Irwin you have a smooth voice, perhaps you should go into radio. No, I mean really go into radio, open the damn thing and go into it.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:23pm philco:

by the way am joking, love the harmonics
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:25pm Stanley The Meat Guy:

I like this song. Good call with turning up the volume. I would have never heard it.
     Wed. 5/15/13 5:26pm Ralphine:

Why do some people call him Maurice?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:26pm Uncle Michael:

I still like Miles Davis' Steve Miller quote.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:27pm Parq:

Because he speaks of the Pompatus of Love. Whatever in creation a Pompatus is.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:28pm Irwin:

@unca mike: What did Miles say about SM?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:28pm Uncle Michael:

“I remember one time - it might have been a couple times - at the Fillmore East in 1970, I was opening for this sorry-ass cat named Steve Miller. Steve Miller didn't have his shit going for him, so I'm pissed because I got to open for this non-playing motherfucker just because he had one or two sorry-ass records out. So I would come late and he would have to go on first and then we got there we smoked the motherfucking place, everybody dug it.”
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:29pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...uh - Miles opening for Steve Miller...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:30pm Droll:

. o O ( Sure sounds like Miles! )
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...DoubleBill - fine by me. But who thot *that* was a good idea...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:33pm rrg:

Wherever did you get this?
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:34pm Irwin:

YT
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:35pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Swingin'.
...Jesus&MaryChain owe royalties...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:35pm Parq:

Steve Allen never did get over that kick, did he? He must have been on his deathbed mumbling "Any day now -- it's gonna die any day now..."
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:37pm Robert:

The art is in making it seem like they were made for each other.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:37pm Irwin:

@parq: Bev Kenney wrote and sang it. She was 26. Less than two years later she was on her deathbed.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- @ the same time, he had on everybody - Kerouac, Tim Buckley, Blue Cheer! - & when it was still highly charged to do so...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:38pm Droll:

I can relate to hating Rock & Roll, for example I typically hate when two songs are playing at the same time under the description of "mashup". Any day now -- it's gonna die any day now... and I hope it takes filter-sweep with it.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:39pm Parq:

Wow, seriously? Whadda ya know, rock and roll really does save.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:40pm glenn:

me love danielle dax.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:40pm Robert:

I can pretty well guarantee Steve Allen's deathbed was his sleeping bed. He said, quite credibly, that he slept 11 hrs./day; he must've written music the other 13, though he made it look easy. But ISTR having read that he died in his sleep, with no preceding illness he knew of.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Nothing is above Critique. Steve Allen was very 'now'! - very HipsterIronic...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:41pm Caryn:

Ironically, Bev Kenney hated rock, but died at a decidedly rock star-esque age.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:42pm Caryn:

Steve Allen: not a huge rock fan, but loved him some Zappa.
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 5:43pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

@rgg-Central VT with the capitol nearby has a pretty big population and densely populated for the rest of Vermont. Every time I go to the DMV there are tons of people, yet everyone gets out of there wicked fast. They are fast.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:45pm Listening Out There:

Zappa on Steve Allen - 3/4/63 -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MewcnFl_6Y
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:46pm AzulLunitta:

Yes!!!
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 5:47pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

and you can do everything, almost everything you need online on the DMV website.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Rock certainly has had its' casualties. Somebody like Steve Allen might've foreseen the Beavis & Butt-Head factor. There was real violence & delinquency before HipHop took that job over. & the Death of Jazz as the Popular Music was distressing to many. Everybody knows this stuff...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Well, yes: The whole point of coming here to North New England for many is to escape & be Civil - much as I often decry the Cultural disadvantages & such...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:53pm Droll:

I'm not sure if it's jazz and classical music that are dying, or just their audiences. The recordings will be around in digital form forever but the audiences need to be pickled or mummified.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:54pm Parq:

I remain kind of amazed that rock music is still so current. Back in the 1970s, I took it for granted that the next generation would come up with something to replace it. Hip hop and dubstep have their adherents, but that hasn't stopped rockers well past age 70 from selling out stadiums.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- as G said (paraphrasing someone else?): enduring but not prevailing...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:55pm rrg:

Oh, man, are we almost done? Rats.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

What happened to HipHop:
- They learned their Lesson from Rock:
- Buy it Out & turn the Bull into an Ox.
...Music is the perfect model this way: Everything has been Bought Out - the Economy, the Government...
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:58pm rrg:

We Irwinners will all meet again soon in Irwinland. But we must say "fare well" for now and go find something to eat.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:58pm Laura L:

Thanks for another mighty fine show, Ir(win).
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:59pm Carmichael:

Now we have to put up with Andy.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 5:59pm rrg:

Yes, that too. Thanks, Irwin.
  Wed. 5/15/13 5:59pm philco:

Joe Pernice has a knack for writing pretty melodies
Avatar Wed. 5/15/13 6:00pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Yes, rrg-wife and kid are in Burlington shopping and coming back with some Al's. For those of you who know about Al's.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 6:00pm Droll:

Parq, At $250/seat bands like The Stones are *NOT* attracting audiences that are accustomed to downloading all their music for free. I don't think a generation that enjoys watching one guy jumping around in front of a laptop is going to give a shit about preserving rock music made by grandparents. The clock is most certainly ticking.

Thanks Erwyn, see you next week!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 6:00pm Parq:

Great sounds and conversation, as usual. Next week, all.
  Wed. 5/15/13 6:01pm Marmalade kitty:

The Pernice Brothers sound a lot like Teenage fan club.
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 6:02pm Caryn:

@GMM Mark: they're coming back with some Haley Joel Osments? *heh*
  Wed. 5/15/13 6:03pm Marmalade kitty:

Ah, I see why..!
Avatar    Wed. 5/15/13 9:10pm G:

@RR63: That's the most famous line from Faulkner's 1950 Nobel acceptance speech, which he kind of mumbled through. Easy to find online.

Work has to be pretty damn heavy for me to miss some shows live. Today was uberheavy. This whole week has been something, with four new classes starting, three of them new to me, one of them newly designed and not set up well. argh
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