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Turning over the toy box and jamming together the gloriously mismatched musical Lincoln Logs, Legos and Tinker Toys from Tin Pan Alley pluggers, pickled egg tavern weepers, lockstep soul ensembles, skinny-tie power poppers, Eurotrash ravers, moontanned art school rockers, drunken soccer anthems and anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. There are no guilty pleasures.

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Artist Track Album
Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options  
Meat Puppets  Push the Button   Options Golden Lies
(Atlantic - 2000)
Bobby Sherman  Drum   Options b/w Free Now To Roam
(Metromedia - 1971)
Mama Don't Allow   Rooftop Singers   Options b/w It Don't Mean A Thing
(Astor - 1963)
The Four Lads  Standing On the Corner   Options b/w My Little Angel
(Columbia - 1956)
Fabulous Flee-Rakkers (Joe Meek)  Summertime   Options Joe Meek: Work In Progress - The Triumph Sessions
(RPM - 1994)
Small Faces  Tin Soldier   Options b/w I Feel Much Better
(Immediate - 1967)
Spirit  Mr. Skin   Options Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus
(Epic - 1973)
David Cassidy  Rock Me Baby   Options Rock Me Baby
(Bell - 1972)
Big Maybelle  That's A Pretty Good Love   Options b/w Candy
(Savoy - 1958)
Death  Politicians in My Eyes   Options b/w Keep On Knockin
(Tryangle Records - 1976)
Ben Folds  Rockin' the Suburbs   Options Rockin' the Suburbs
(Epic - 2001)
Webb Pierce  Fallen Angel   Options Fallen Angel
(Decca - 1960)
Moon Mullican  Ragged But Right   Options b-side to Bottom Of The Glass
(Starday - 1961)
Jack Barlow  Baby, Ain't That Love   Options Baby, Ain't That Love
(Dot - 1969)
Leroy Van Dyke  Auctioneer   Options b/w I Fell In Love With A Pony-Tail
(Dot - 1956)
Roger Miller  I've Been A Long Time Leavin' (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)   Options b/w Husbands And Wives
(Smash - 1966)
Ray Scott  Boppin' Wig Wam Willie   Options b/w The Joint's Really Jumpin
(Erwin - 1957)
Jake Holmes  Houston Street   Options A Letter to Katherine December
(Tower - 1968)
Led Zeppelin  Communication Breakdown   Options Led Zeppelin
(Atlantic - 1969)
Boomer & Travis  Foul Owl   Options In The Heat Of The Night OST
(United Artists - 1967)
The Lewis And Clarke Expedition  Daddy's Plastic Child   Options Earth, Air, Fire & Water (Bonus Track)
(Colgems - 1967)
The Monkees  What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?   Options b/w Someday Man
(Colgems - 1969)
Kenny Rogers and The First Edition  Write Me Down (Don't Forget My Name)   Options The Ballad of Calico
(Reprise - 1972)
Michael Murphey  Geronimo's Cadillac   Options b/w Boy From The Country
(A&M - 1972)
Michael Murphey  Wildfire   Options b/w Night Thunder
(Epic - 1975)
Boomer Castleman  Judy Mae   Options b/w Three Feet High And Growin'
(Mums - 1975)
Shirley Elliston (Shirley Ellis)  The Nitty Gritty   Options b/w Give Me A List
(Congress - 1963)
Gladys Knight & The Pips  The Nitty Gritty   Options Nitty Gritty
(Soul - 1969)
Philip Sloan  Karma (Study Of Divinations)   Options b/w I Can't Help But Wonder Elizabeth
(RCA Victor - 1966)
Jimmy Webb  P. F. Sloan   Options Words And Music
(Reprise - 1970)
Rufus & Ben Quillian with James McCravvy (Blue Harmony Boys)  Loose Me From This Woman   Options b-side Shove It Up In There
(Columbia - 1932)
Bill Browning  Marbone Swamp   Options Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wastelands Vol 11
(Trailer Park Records - unknown)
Bar-Kays  Knucklehead   Options b-side to Soulfinger
(Atlantic - 1967)
The Clique  Splash 1   Options b/w Stay By Me
(Cinema - 1967)
The Beatles  Only a Northern Song   Options Yellow Submarine
(EMI - 1969)
The Kinks  Mirror of Love   Options Preservation Act 2
(RCA Victor - 1974)
The Kinks  Mick Avory's Underpants   Options Are The Village Green Preservation Society (bonus tracks)
(Pye - 1968)
Richie Havens  Rocky Raccoon   Options Sings Beatles & Dylan 
Bill Withers  Make Love To Your Mind   Options b/w I Love You Dawn
(Columbia - 1975)
The Halos  Nag   Options b/w Copy Cat
(7 Arts - 1961)
Billy Preston  Outa-Space   Options b/w The Bus
(A&M - 1972)
Icky Renrut (Ike Turner)  The Rooster   Options Dance With Ike & Tina Turner's Kings Of Rhythm
(Sue - 1962)
Joe Simon  I Found My Dad   Options b-side to Trouble In My Home
(Spring - 1972)
Blood, Sweat & Tears  John the Baptist (Holy John)   Options B, S & T 4
(Columbia - 1971)
Althea & Donna  Uptown Top Ranking   Options Uptown Top Ranking
(Front Line - 1978)
Fanny  Soul Child   Options Charity Ball (WBLL Hot Platters 1969)
(Reprise - 1971)
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band  East-West   Options East/West
(Elektra - 1966)
Rahsaan Roland Kirk  A Sack Full of Soul   Options We Free Kings
(Mercury - 1962)
Le Tigre  Le Tigre-Hot Topic   Options 7" Hot Topic EP
(Wiiija Records - 1999)
Blue  Let Me Know   Options Blue
(RSO - 1973)
10cc  I'm Mandy Fly Me   Options How Dare You!
(Mercury - 1976)
H. Vars & B. Dunham  Flipper   Options n/a
(n/a - 1964)
Mary Hopkin  Jefferson   Options b/w Streets Of London
(Apple - 1970)
The Charlatans  How Can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away   Options The Amazing Charlatans
(Big Beat Records - 1996)
Mills Brothers & Louis Armstrong  Flat Foot Floogie   Options b/w Caravan (Mills Bros.)
(Decca  - 1938)
Mills Brothers  When You Were Sweet Sixteen   Options 10" b/w Once Upon A Dream
(Brunswick - 1947)
Marvin Gaye  Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide   Options The Soulful Moods Of Marvin Gaye
(Tamla - 1961)
Laura Lee  Hang It Up   Options b/w It's Not How Good You Make It
(Chess - 1968)
Aretha Franklin  I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)   Options b/w Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
(Atlantic - 1967)
Billy Love (released as Jackie Brenston & his Delta Cats)  Juiced   Options b/w Independent Women
(Chess - 1951)
Cassius Clay  Stand By Me   Options b/w I Am The Greatest
(Columbia - 1964)
Elvis Costello & the Attractions  Inch by Inch   Options Goodbye Cruel World
(Columbia - 1984)
Elvis Costello  Let's Misbehave   Options De-Lovely OST
(Columbia - 2004)
Emitt Rhodes  Farewell To Paradise   Options Farewell To Paradise
(ABC Dunhill - 1973)
Chris Hodge  We're On Our Way   Options b/w Supersoul
(Apple - 1972)
Bee Gees  Dear Mr. Kissinger   Options A Kick In The Head Is Worth Eight In The Pants
(Polydor - 1973)
Isley Brothers  Freedom   Options b/w I Need You So
(T-Neck - 1970)
Denny Doherty  Here Comes The Sun   Options Watcha' Gonna Do?
(Probe - 1970)
Richard Harris  (Interlude) Paper Chase   Options A Tramp Shining
(ABC - 1968)
St. Valentine's Day Massacre  Brother Can You Spare A Dime   Options b/w Al's Party
(Fontana - 1967)
The Syndicats (Joe Meek production)  Crawdaddy Simone   Options b-side to On The Horizon
(Columbia - 1965)
The Shut Downs  Four In The Floor   Options b/w Beach Buggy
(Colpix - 1963)
Southlanders  Alone   Options b/w Swedish Polka
(Decca - 1957)
Ella Fitzgerald (Chick Webb Orchestra)  Chew, Chew, Chew (Your Bubble Gum)   Options b-side to It's Slumbertime Along The Swanee
(Decca - 1939)
Scott Engel  Bluebell   Options b/w Paper Doll
(Orbit - 1958)
The Walker Brothers  After The Lights Go Out   Options The Fabulous Walker Brothers
(Fontana - 1966)
The Walker Brothers  Orpheus   Options Images
(Philips - 1967)
Scott Walker  The Lady Came from Baltimore   Options Scott
(Philips - 1967)
Scott Walker  Jackie   Options Scott 2
(Smash - 1968)
Scott Walker  30 Century Man   Options Scott 3
(Smash - 1969)
Scott Walker  The Old Man's Back Again (Dedicated to the Neo-Stalinist Regime)   Options Scott 4
(Philips - 1969)
The Walker Brothers  The Electrician   Options Nite Flights
(GTO - 1978)
Scott Walker  Track Three   Options Climate of Hunter
(Virgin - 1983)
Patti Smith  Birdland   Options Horses
(Arista - 1975)
Martin Denny  Quiet Village   Options Exotica
(Liberty - 1957)
Lou Garno Trio  Chicken In the Basket   Options b-side Muy Sabroso
(Giovanni - 1972)
Champion Jack Dupree  Camille   Options b-side to Rub A Little Boogie
(King - 1953)
The Smoke  I Wanna Make It With You   Options ...It's Smoke Time
(Metronome (Germany) - 1967)
Morning Mist (Terry Cashman & Tommy West)  All The Time It Was You   Options b/w (unknown)
(unknown - 1970)
The Dramatics  Get Up And Get Down   Options b/w Fall In Love, Lady Love
(Volt - 1971)

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:00am duke:

Uncle Michael held hostage for 6 hours
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:01am ndbob:

morning UM and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:01am hyde:

let it begin
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:02am Rudy Poot:

Someone call for me?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:03am Uncle Michael:

Good morning everyone!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:04am Uncle Michael:

Anything broken yet or...still?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:04am Jk:

Mornin Michael, got you on a spotty stream on a commuter rail train to boston. For now
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:04am Uncle Michael:

Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 9:05am listener james from westwood:

howdy all! must run to the bank for a bit before the tatooine-like heat hits northern nj, but will be back for the 6-hour saga soon!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:05am Dervish:

Hope you did your carbo-loading, Uncle Michael!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:06am jk:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:06am Uncle Michael:

Probably inadequately-carbed.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:07am Gary:

Hola y'all!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:13am ausmanx:

good evening from the antipodes... can listen in now that the festivities of Isle of Man national day is largely over... broadcast live www.bbc.co.uk..., if you're Manx, it's a big deal!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:14am Uncle Michael:

Is the TT held around this time of year?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:18am ausmanx:

just gone... more deaths this year, of course...
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:23am KevinfromBayRidge:

Morning Hinky Dinkers.Looking forward to this feat of endurance. To borrow the title from the former mainstream program in this timeslot, LONG RALLY!!!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:23am Uncle Michael:

Bloody year for motorsports.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:23am Uncle Michael:

I have feet of endurance.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:28am KevinfromBayRidge:

Great SPirit!!! I don't know if I can survive 6 hours of such F-ing super music!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:30am Uncle Michael:

Here's the antidote.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:32am KevinfromBayRidge:

Thanks...I needed that!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:37am Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:39am Alex In Illinois:

This music is more fun when Uncle Michael plays it on his show!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:40am hyde:

ok, i need to go out for awhile. I should be back in time to hear Uncle Michael collapse in exhaustion.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:41am Uncle Michael:

so...in twenty minutes?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:41am Alex In Illinois:

@Uncle Michael:
Kansas is twice the width of the widest part of Ilinois, and is larger altogether. So what part of Kansas are you in?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:42am duke:

Anyone see The Other F Word? We watched it last night. I thought it was a great documentary. It was interesting to see Ron Reyes after all these years,
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:42am Uncle Michael:

Topeka, Alex.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:51am Uncle Michael:

Not familiar with that, duke.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:54am duke:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:56am still b/p:

Allo. What a recipe. Turn heat on high and bake for six hours.

So good ol' Don McClean (and his good ol' temperament/profile) was featured in last week's Hinky Dinky comments, and who do suppose was featured in my town last night along with the symphony at the big outdoor Independence Day event? Two songs! Vincent and you-know-what. What a gig, whatever he was paid.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 9:57am Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:01am ndbob:

Haven't heard this Roger song for a long time
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:03am still b/p:

Two. One in the first half of the program, and the other later.
The symphony conductor talked about a "hero" theme of the evening, musically in movie themes and in patriotic salutes to service members, and then referred to the special guest as "an icon and a real hero of American music."
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:05am Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:08am Stanley:

Hi Uncle Michael and all listeners of impeccable taste.
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 10:08am listener james from westwood:

back. i hate starting the workday with administrivia. i'd rather start it with music trivia.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:09am duke:

@b/p they should have allowed Andy Breckman to introduce him
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:10am Uncle Michael:

Hi Stanly...WB James.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:10am Honey Water:

Happy 5th, UM and all assembled! Philo & I both enjoyed that Jake Holmes piece—TY!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:12am holland oats:

happy post-fourth (amendment) drumma/michael/peoples!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:12am still b/p:

Yes!, A verrry personal intro from Andy, and then ffffiahworks!

Listeners of Impeccable Taste -- the LITerati.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

85°F in Bahston, going up to 96°F. Greetings fellow Hinky Dinksters!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:16am Matt F:

In the Heat Of The Night, in addition to this Sam the Sham pastiche, has a Roger Miller sound-a-like tune also, if I remember correctly. Great show UM!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:17am holland oats:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:18am Uncle Michael:

Thanks Matt...I'll be covering some of the ITHOTN info in trhe mic break.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:19am ndbob:

Heya Doug!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

Hi ndbob!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:20am still b/p:

Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 10:23am listener james from westwood:

howdy doug, and all! stay cool, wherever y'all might be!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

I'll be in the breezes of Penobscot Bay tomorrow. My first-world problem will be that it's 300 feet to the ocean. That's a long way to haul a lobster pot full of sea water.

I'll live.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:27am Uncle Michael:

Bear up.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:29am Uncle Michael:

Sorry...had to. I had a crush on a girl that loved this song.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:29am ndbob:

This song frequently gets trashed, but I've always like it
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:29am KevinfromBayRidge:

Hey Doug, Yeah even New Hampshire Mts were in the 90s last week. Hiking up 4000 feet was even more challenging than normal. Save a 1 1/2 pounderer for me!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:30am holland oats:

wildfire! omg
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:30am Alex In Illinois:

I remember when this song was played on regular pop radio all the time. There was one version that had some kind of piano intro.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:30am still b/p:

Doug -- Two words: breeches buoy. Hire old local salts & youth to rig it.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:30am Doug Schulkind:

Hi K from BR!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

Right out of a Winslow Homer, still b/p.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:33am KevinfromBayRidge:

Tks, Meant "pounder", but got to admit, "pounderer" sounds pretty cool!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:34am holland oats:

judy mae - this song is giving me a boomer
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:35am still b/p:

Did you mention this earlier today when you were pronouncing Moog correctly? Looking for studio musician info on Monkees tune, learned Mickey Dolenz owned one of the first 20 sold and used it on that album.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:43am Uncle Michael:

I forgot to 'splain about the Monkees tune! Murphey wrote it. He and Woolhat were buddies back to high school.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:51am still b/p:

Funny thing about Monkees memory arc. Though it had hits, the fourth album was lower key and late in the game in my child-fan recollection, when enthusiasm was already eroding. But it was still only nineteen-sixty-freakin'- seven.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:53am holland oats:

my stream gone hinky
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 10:54am listener james from westwood:

whoops! temporarily on the drummer stream!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:54am Stanley:

Jimmy Webb gone turn into an African dude
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:54am Doug Schulkind:

The feed has switched back to the stream's queue.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:56am Uncle Michael:

Back live?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:56am Doug Schulkind:

You're back!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:56am Stanley:

Pop-uppers, just close the one gone wrong and open anew
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:56am holland oats:

instant karma
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 10:56am Uncle Michael:

My Internet connection hiccupped...did nothing to fix it, either.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:00am Charlie:

Sounding good Uncle Michael!
Get that internet connection to cut down on the carbonated beverages...
Good luck on this marathon run today!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:00am Uncle Michael:

Thank you Charlie!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:01am Doug Schulkind:

Michael, if you feel that re-booting your router would be beneficial, you should feel free to switch back to the stream temporarily and go for it.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:01am ndbob:

Heya Charlie!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:01am Charlie:

Hi Bob!
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 11:06am listener james from westwood:

good morning, charlie!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:14am pacific standard simon:

Ooogh... Where's my tea...?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:18am pacific standard simon:

July 5th, and I still have all my fingers...
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:20am KevinfromBayRidge:

That last Kink's TRex all over it... so who influenced who?
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 11:20am listener james from westwood:

this will immeasurably improve your ability to order the right # of drinks
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:21am Uncle Michael:

Chuck Berry.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:24am pacific standard simon:

Did Richie record this before or after the advent of Elton John?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:26am Uncle Michael:

I think Richie recorded it before Elton died.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:28am Brian in UK:

Hello Uncle Michael & marathoneers. Swarm over 'ere.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:28am Uncle Michael:

The Richie was from 1969
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:29am KevinfromBayRidge:

Hi Charlie , I thought of you when I drove up I91 through Brattleboro last week.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:29am Brian in UK:

Diving Bored out on September.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:31am ndbob:

The Halos did the backing vocals on "Pretty Little Angel Eyes"
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:37am holland oats:

oh man PLAE looms large in my, er, personal mythology? was part of my first ever box of singles as a kid, a gift from my uncle... tear/sigh!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:38am pacific standard simon:

It's a little frightening to tune in to Hinky Dinky and find almost a whole show worth of playlist already posted.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:39am ndbob:

This is really interesting

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:39am Uncle Michael:

Imagine how I'd feel!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:40am Uncle Michael:

Heard about that yesterday. Plaintiffs are going to win.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:41am Stanley:

Billy Preston is Outa Sight, man.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:42am Uncle Michael:

Ike Turner is Outa Jail.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:44am ndbob:

@UM They should - it will be interesting to see how far up the chain the case goes and if it's decided on Third Amendment grounds - don't think the Supreme Court has ever decided a Third Amendment case
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:46am Uncle Michael:

This is a real "what were they thinking?" situation.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:47am ndbob:

Yep - most of the time people just consent to the police "request"
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:48am Uncle Michael:

I meant, what were the cops thinking?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:48am Brian in UK:

They were thinking? We have the West Yorkshire Constabulary over here.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:49am Brian in UK:

Hey Stanley, how was La Belle France, mon ami?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:50am Brian in UK:

Is that a tuba or euphonium on the BST?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:51am ndbob:

I remember a hostage situation in Baltimore where the police did that - killed the family dog - stopped anyone from entering or leaving a neighborhood for a few days
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:51am ndbob:

great one here!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:52am Uncle Michael:

Dunno, Brian!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:55am Stanley:

Hi Brian - saw on the Metéo the whole of France sweltering hot execpt us in the South West corner where it was cold and very wet. Floods, bridges swept away, misery. But hey, I wasn't at work!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:55am Stanley:

How was Kielder? Did you find your way out of the forest?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:57am Uncle Michael:

I'm putting on a leg-stretching song right after the upcoming mic break.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:57am Brian in UK:

Wine & cheese, what more can a man ask for.
Norhumberland was cool. We walked along the border for some reason Spencer kept wanting to cross over to the other side. Great stay on a sheep farm.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:58am pacific standard simon:

Showing off your Loss Leaders collection again.... My favorite was Record Show.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:58am ndbob:

excellent three hours UM! .. need to go for a bit - hope to be back later
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 11:59am pacific standard simon:

8:59 -- Almost time for Hinky Dinky Radio!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:01pm Stanley:

What do ya mean I'm not hallucinating!!!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:02pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Bob...come on back!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:02pm Brian in UK:

Owsley was 'ere.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:03pm Brian in UK:

Beer o'clock methinks.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:03pm pacific standard simon:

"Hallucinating"... Is that a euphonium for "Alzheimer's"?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Go, Uncle Michael go! Thanks for holding the rudder! I've got to run. Have a great NEXT three hours.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:09pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Sir Douglas.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:16pm Stanley:

I'll stay till the end of this Kirk thing then I'm outta here.

But, Ill be back......
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:23pm Uncle Michael:

Mo bettah be back!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:30pm holland oats:

10cc, so great, bless you
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:30pm Uncle Michael:

so. great.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:33pm Alex In Illinois:

Someone fror Germany once sang the German verison of the Flipper theme for me. At the time, I thought it was hilarious.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:38pm pacific standard simon:

There's something "off" about hearing Dan Hicks with Byrds-style harmonies.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:42pm Brian in UK:

Cement mixer putse putse.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:44pm Uncle Michael:

No Slim today. :(
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:45pm Brian in UK:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:46pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:47pm Brian in UK:

The Who wre originally on Brunswick, just saying.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:49pm Uncle Michael:

The who?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:54pm still b/p:

In the kitch......ishes....when the str....stop and g...and I hav....
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:55pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:57pm pacific standard simon:

The pop-up was doing that for me a while ago -- re-started and it was fine.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:58pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:58pm Brian in UK:

I know this is heresy but I got rid of my copy of Aretha's 'Never Loved a Man'.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 12:59pm Uncle Michael:

It's not necessary to maintain a hard copy.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:05pm Brian in UK:

Had to reboot popup again.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:06pm pacific standard simon:

Me too.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:06pm pacific standard simon:

Uncle Michael is trying to tell us something.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:07pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Nice to know that our beloved DJ is still standing...even if the pop-up isn't faring quite as well!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:08pm pacific standard simon:

Havva cuppa tea.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:08pm Uncle Michael:

Lassie, girl...is Uncle Michael trapped in a well?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:11pm Brian in UK:

Gotta maka some Laksa. Shall I drop a beer in the well bucket. Arf Arf.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:12pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:12pm Brian in UK:

This popup is popping off.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:13pm Stanley:

Right, who's still here?
Brian gone has he?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:13pm Uncle Michael:

I wish there was something I could do.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:14pm Brian in UK:

Nearly gone, Stanley.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:15pm Stanley:

Brian, you around for the breakfast Mac-fest?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:16pm Brian in UK:

Don't you worry your purty 'lil head Uncle Michael, the music is doing a fine job.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:17pm Uncle Michael:

It's the other one that's worried.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:17pm Brian in UK:

Hope to be up 'n at 'em on the morrow. Gotta cook some grub now.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:18pm Stanley:

Shlater Brian
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:19pm Brian in UK:

Got the popup & 128mp3 running so I'm getting a slight delay echo. Bee Gees never sounded this weird.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:19pm Uncle Michael:

See ya Brian...thanks!
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 1:21pm listener james from westwood:

thanks to spy magazine, i preface kissinger's name with "socialite/war criminal" when i see it.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:22pm Uncle Michael:

no lie
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 1:26pm listener james from westwood:

lol, that sounds even better when spoken!!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:30pm Uncle Michael:

I have the best writers in the business.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:32pm pacific standard simon:

So did Denny.
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 1:58pm listener james from westwood:

some early early scott walker love here.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 1:59pm Uncle Michael:

We're doing '50s-'80s Scott this set
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 2:02pm listener james from westwood:

Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 2:02pm listener james from westwood:

chances i'd know about scott walker sans knowing about wfmu are just about 0%.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:03pm Uncle Michael:

I was a big Walker Brothers fan before I knew about his '90s and later stuff.
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 2:07pm listener james from westwood:

and it very well may have been "jackie" that i first heard on the station. this or "next."
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:23pm ndbob:

I didn't know about his 50s recordings until a few years ago
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:28pm still b/p:

Jumpin' Jesus, the stream is jumpy. Just heard several bars of Walking My Baby Back Home before a restart relinked the Hink.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:36pm Uncle Michael:

is the issue limited to the popup?
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:39pm still b/p:

I'm on the pop-up. Will try alt and see.
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 2:41pm listener james from westwood:

i'm listening thru itunes and i've gotten the skips over to the drummer stream now and again
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:43pm Uncle Michael:

I don't think it's at my end...speedtest says my connection is pure gold.
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:46pm Stanley:

Marathon effort Michael.
This is what Friday's are all about.
Take care friend.
(Exiting, whistling "Chicken in a Basket")
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:48pm Uncle Michael:

Thank you Stanley...this was fun...three hours will seem like a walk in the park from now on.
Avatar    Fri. 7/5/13 2:53pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks for the mega-show, uncle michael! have as cool a weekend as local weather permits!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:55pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks James...you have a good one, too, Same to you all! And thank you!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:57pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hey Unc, You did it! Great mara-show!
Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 7/5/13 2:59pm still b/p:

Hearing Birdland followed by Quiet Village is what makes this a great show. Enjoyed the Never Endo Extendo version. Thanks. YOU, not McClean, are a real hero of American music.
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