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Non-commercial indie-pop-rock, but with plenty of WTF? non-sequitur delightful/irritating moments; 90% stuff we've never heard before (45% you'll hate, 45% you'll love), 10% stuff we've heard before (5% you hate, 5% you love). (29 words, 6 numbers.)

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Options August 28, 2013: Fill-in for Ken

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
Jaga Jazzist  Prungen   Options Live With Britten Sinfonia  Ninja Tune  2013  CD   
Jean Jacques Perry  Sommeil   Options Prelude Au Sommeil  [no label]  2013  CD   
Sigur Ros  Stormur   Options Kveikur  XL  2013  CD   
He Said  Pump   Options single  Mute  1986  12"   
 
Fingers Inc.  Can You Feel It (Spoken Word MLK Jr.)   Options   Jax    MP3   
Abba  I Have A Dream   Options Gold  Polydor  1992  CD   
Hetch Hetchy  Present   Options Make Djibouti  Texas Hotel  1988  LP   
Slowly Minute  A Constellation And Shooting Stars   Options Tomorrow World  Bubblecore    CD   
 
 
Guest DJ Bock Monsier spins a few sets of trashy 70s Euro-disco!
The Hiltonaires  Ding Dinge Dong   Options Grand Prix Eurovsion 1975  Europa  1975  LP   
Graham Bonney  Das Girl Mit Dem La-La-La   Options s/t  MFP    LP   
Pepe Lienhard Band  Swiss Lady   Options Eurovision 1977  CBS  1977  LP   
Jumbo  Turn On To Love   Options Turn On To Love  Hansa Musik  1976  LP   
 
 
More DJ Bock Monsier!
Gazebo  I Like Chopin   Options single  Baby    12"  1:23:46 ()
Sandy Marton  People From Ibiza   Options single  Ibiza    12"  1:26:04 ()
Valerie Dore  It's So Easy In The Night   Options single  Zyx  1986  12"  1:30:36 ()
C.C. Catch  Strangers By Night   Options Strangers By Night  RCA  1986  LP  1:34:09 ()
Sandra  In The Heat Of The Night   Options single  Virgin  1985  12"  1:38:50 ()
 
 
One more set of euro-disco by DJ Bock Monsier!
CCCP  United States Of Europe   Options single  Zyx  1989  12"  1:47:23 ()
Amnesia  Ibiza (European Acid Mix)   Options single  BCM    12"  1:53:06 ()
Liaisons D.  Heartbeat   Options single  USA    12"  1:53:38 ()
Mystic  Ritmo De La Noche   Options single  Fanfare  1990  12"  1:59:29 ()
 
Annie Philippe   On M'a Toujours Dit   Options va: Tres Chic!  Ace International  2013  CD  2:07:11 ()
Birdbrain  I Hear It On The Vine   Options I Fly  Persian Cardinal    CD  2:08:26 ()
Relay  New Domestic Landscape   Options Still Point of Turning  Bubblecore    CD  2:11:41 ()
Heart Throbs  Tiny Feet   Options Jubilee Twist  A&M  1992  CD  2:15:10 ()
JD & the Evil's Dynamite Band  Beer, So Nice, Right On   Options Explodes Across the Nation  Soul Fire    CD  2:19:47 ()
 
[various people with birthdays today]            2:29:44 ()
 
Dolly Parton  Jolene (slowed by 25%)   Options     2013  MP3  2:38:34 ()
Mazzy Star  Roseblood   Options Among My Stars  Capitol  1996  CD  2:41:20 ()
Melissa Sheehan  Shadows   Options Kneel  [no label]  1997  CD  2:45:59 ()
Cass McCombs  AIds In Africa   Options A  Monitor    CD  2:48:38 ()
Spinal Tap  Lick My Lovepump   Options         2:55:07 ()
 
Blockhead  Roll Out The Red Carpet   Options Downtown Science  Ninja Tune    CD  2:56:42 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:09am maestroso:

That opening piece was fantastic.
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:10am Emile:

sweet
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:12am northguineahills:

This first Homer gif is thinking what I'm thinking.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:12am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...he even brought us some gifs today. Nice substitute teacher.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:14am cd tap:

oh man, that first homer/beer gif is hilarious. Thank you Bob W
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:15am kat330:

@maestroso: ABsolutely! Had to login just so I could star it! [now, ciao!]
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:20am glenn:

look at carey price just whalin' on tim thomas. beauty.
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:20am Sam:

Ah, now this is music to listen to at 4 am in a spooky old house!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:25am Jeezy:

All Spotify has by Jean Jacques Perry is "Moog Acid." :-/
Sounds pretty cool actually...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:29am northguineahills:

Off to work. See you on the other side, Bob!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:30am common:

MMMM...beer truck.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...had a 1/2 & 1/2 last night of Guinness & that Foster 'DirtyBastard' Scotch Ale (8 &1/2 %!) I mentioned last time. One has to come up w/ names for yer 1/2 & 1/2s - usually w/ Guinness & so most often 'Black' & something or something & 'Black' - but calling this one so far 'Thistle & Shamrock' (Scottish / Irish) - like the radio Program...
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:32am Robert:

Some of this resembles a passage in the improvised-music version of Bingo's Bolero.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:33am Andrew Waterloo:

Moog Acid features Luke Vibert
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:34am cd tap:

man, sounds good RevRabbit. That's a great way to cut the alc content of some of the stuff I've been sampling to something reasonable. Going to use that trick.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:37am Mike East:

I dont understand how yuengling can call what they put in a bottle a black and tan...the whole point of the 1/2&1/2 to me is that they are separated. also, the history of the the term can be offensive to a certain group of people, I believe. almost as offensive as an Irish Car Bomb
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:40am Emile:

Bob if you pass along whatever lablel/producer info on the JJ Perrey disc is available, that would be great.
     Wed. 8/28/13 9:41am paulWCBN:

yes, i can feel it
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:42am fleep:

Still working on that content/character thing.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- it's like the Irish version of 'Oreo', in a way...
- yes the Guinness is fairly low alch% - the Scotch Ale quite high for beer
- & taste combo. a concern; the Guinness can help make sweet stuff more palatable.
- Now - from what I read - the more fermented something is, the sweeter it gets - which is the point of bitter hops in the 1st place? But yerknow suggest anything inna pub & hear contrary opinion - others say stronger beers are sweeter to counteract the bitterness of sugars converted in fermentation...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:44am cd tap:

ugh, I'll say Mike. Purposely avoided the "car bomb" drink for that reason. Wasn't aware that black/tan had any meaning outside of the color of Guinness.
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:47am trish:

Happy 50th anniversary to a speech and that very large public demonstration for civil rights.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:47am cd tap:

I don't think that's quite correct (being a former brewer). Fermentation is yeast eating sugars and turning them into alc basically so the more sugar you have, the more alcohol. Sugars come from malted barley for the most part and sweetness in a brew is a result of where in the process you arrest the fermentation.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:48am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Black & Tan can refer to uniform colors (Irish - English) is my understanding.

...like every great Southern Preacher - King's delivery is very Musical. Heard a special on Coltrane, & suggested his 'Alabama' corresponded directly to King's speech about the infamous Alabama church bombing that killed little girls.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:49am Jeezy:

Say what you will.. Them Irish Car Bombs hit the spot!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:49am common:

thanks for the abba! nice choice for today.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:50am still b/p:

Among the many disturbing signs showing that the infections of mind & spirit have not cleared, is this one from nearby:
www.pressherald.com...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:50am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- so - is there a simple correlation of sweetness to alch%age ?
  Wed. 8/28/13 9:52am trish:

I hadn't known about the prompt to go off-script.

"With his improvised riff, Dr. King took a leap into history, jumping from prose to poetry.."

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/28/us/the-lasting-power-of-dr-kings-dream-speech.html
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:56am maestroso:

Drat, off to a meeting... gotta star whatever that was after the ABBA.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:57am cd tap:

nononono, my friend. Nothing is simple when it comes to brewing beer...either that or I don't know enough to answer your question...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:57am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Technically - legally, every time anyone says such a thing about the Prez it is Sedition.
- John Lewis was the only original speaker left alive to speak again @ this one this year (50th)
- & I'm told he said *he bled* on those bridges in Protest from the beatings - & he is not going to accept their Right to Vote being revoked...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 9:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - Thx for clarification cd tap !
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:00am Mike East:

Black and Tans were a nickname for one of the forces assembled to fight the IRA:
en.wikipedia.org...
I think they didn't reserve their attacks exclusively for the "bad guys"
I got really interested in this stuff after watching "Hunger" - great flick.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:02am still b/p:

I know this Shuffle track, but before the show is over, can you ID the Kaempfert and other talkover pieces you use today?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:03am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx Mike.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:05am common:

mike: hunger is a great flick...and so difficult to watch.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:05am sugarwolf:

yay, Eurovision!!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:06am Mike East:

you said it, common.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:07am Andrew Waterloo:

I tried to introduce my daughter to Schlager Moroeder but she just wanted to hear Mahna Mahna on repeat.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:13am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...time to get my MahNa MahNa straight...this has waited my whole life, Man ! :
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:14am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& no less than three hours of Disco on efd tonight...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:15am Rev. Turnip Druid:

people.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:15am Rev. Turnip Druid:

beer people.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:23am common:

this stuff is grand! where's the beers?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:23am steve:

when is this nice fellow going to be at Brouwerij Lane?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:26am Bob W.:

jim will be at brouwerij lane TONIGHT! 7pm onwards!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:28am glenn:

if only i drank. or lived in nyc.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:29am Cecile:

Hola! Good to see you Bob!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:31am steve:

i love beer and euro disco
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:31am steve:

thanks Bob!
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:32am Cecile:

Steve, you know it.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:33am Bob W.:

hey cecile! been a while!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:35am Caryn:

Hello all! Damn, I seem to have missed some good stuff...

And for those who care, the Simpsons episodes are:
-Homer the Heretic
-Cape Feare
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:35am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- the 'classic' Black & Tan is (??) Guinness & NewkieBrown - Newcastle of course being British
- so presumably that's the connection ?
- I've heard the term used to describe someone posing as Irish but really English - like 'Oreo' is used for someone 'black outside & white inside'
- & Rhino =s 'Republican in Name Only' to perhaps complete the set...
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:39am Cecile:

You don't call it a B
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:39am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Posing as Irish but really English? Wow, that's a switch. I've only seen cases of the opposite. I need to get out more, and/or I am easily fooled.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:40am Cecile:

Ugh. Commenting messed up.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:40am Wretch:

The other Black and Tan: en.wikipedia.org...
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:42am Cecile:

In Mpls you can call it a B
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:42am Cecile:

WTF!
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:43am Ryan A.:

I was hearing the word "heartache" in the C.C. Catch song as "Harvey," as in Mets pitcher Matt Harvey. It made little sense, but sounded appropriately sad for his situation.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:43am Cecile:

Call it a B
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:43am Cecile:

Oh dear lord.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:44am glenn:

situation? as in being by far the best player on a crappy team?
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:44am Cecile:

Jesus had his trial. Judas.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:44am common:

judas? Thomas? Judas.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yes Mike links to the paramilitaries above
- so here is Drink B&T :
en.wikipedia.org...
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:45am Cecile:

30 pieces of silver.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:45am Ryan A.:

He tore a ligament in his elbow earlier this week, he won't pitch for a while, might never be the same.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:45am common:

thomas was just sitting and eatin' and doubtin'.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:45am Cecile:

Ok in mpls don't call a half and half a black and tan
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:46am glenn:

ooooh. i hadn't heard that.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:47am Cecile:

You'll get an eye roll or gently corrected. In the Irish bars that is. And that does include the XXXRock.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:47am Caryn:

Yeah, the Black and Tans were notorious for their a-hole rampages, mainly because they were put together somewhat haphazardly and thus didn't have much control in the early years. The name came for the similarly haphazard uniforms. I assume both the drink and the paramilitary force both got their names simply from the colouration (often connected with foxhounds), considering the drink was first called a black & tan decades before the paramilitary force was formed.
BTW, they're showing "Hunger" on tv here today.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:49am glenn:

the wind that shakes the barley iks a great movie about that period in ireland, although i guarantee it will rip your heart straight out of your chest.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:49am Cecile:

The other bars call it that. Hahaha
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:49am northguineahills:

Haven't heard this CCCP in eons.

Was there not more gifs earlier?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:50am northguineahills:

I saw that movie a few months ago, glenn.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:51am Cecile:

Bob's guest, how huge a Benny Benassi fan are you? I think he's hysterical.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:52am glenn:

apparently bobby riggs threw his tennis match against billy jean king to pay off some gambling debts. sports.nationalpost.com...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:52am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

This song sounds like Frankie Goes to Hollywood singing in a mall arcade from my childhood.
i saw both The Wind that Shakes the Barley and Hunger. Made me want to reap my Irish roots. What would you call an American posing as Irish? Black and blue?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:53am glenn:

a fenian.
  Wed. 8/28/13 10:54am Cecile:

I like Jinx Lennon's phrase: "a fookin leprechaun"
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- glad I call them 1/2 & 1/2s ! Also makes sense because I experiment w/ various ones making the 1/2 that's not Guinness...altho' only Tue. is generally beer night for me & I'm a redwino now...
...Maybe I'm reading too much into it w/ the 'B&T' being like 'Oreo' thing - somebody Irish would be the authority here...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:55am northguineahills:

Is this Liaisons Dangereuses? Doesn't sound the same.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:56am Andrew Waterloo:

This sounds like A Split Second toned down a bit
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:56am sugarwolf:

This sounds like the KLF's What Time is Love
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:57am Caryn:

Simpsons episode: "Treehouse of Horror V", story "The Shinning"
     Wed. 8/28/13 10:58am paulWCBN:

www.discogs.com... not the same as Liasions Dangereuses, and the KLF actually did make this group give them credit for the melody from WTIL
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:58am Mike East:

The Wind that Shakes the Barley has been on my list for a while. I'll have to move it up to the top when I'm feeling like my heart needs some air.
     Wed. 8/28/13 10:58am paulWCBN:

and apparently this is the first track to use the word "trance" in a lyric
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:58am Stevel:

"Relax your body, or suffer the consequences"!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:59am northguineahills:

This is refreshing, it's rare to hear early Euro-rave on WFMU.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 10:59am northguineahills:

@Mike, the last time I checked, it's on Netflix.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:00am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

I've noticed that some bars on St Patricks Day will make "car bomb" drinks with a pint of Guinness/Bass ale and a shot of whiskey in the shot glass plopped into the pint glass.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:01am Caryn:

@glenn: I might take the claim more seriously if it wasn't one guy claiming he overheard something decades ago, but never bothered to mention it before. Or if a retired guy losing to an athlete at the top of her game and 26 years younger than him could somehow be considered a shocker.
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:02am Cecile:

Yup, people make "Irish car bombs" here. I have a tolerance for black humor, but I roll my eyes at this.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:04am glenn:

a car bomb is jameson's, bailey's and guinness, in some form or another, if i remember correctly.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yeah - I know it here as a shot of Irish Baileys dropped into a pint; you have to chug it before it curdles...No Thx meself...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:05am robyn:

makes me want to put on a mesh shirt and daaaaaaaance
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:05am Cecile:

Bob's guest - look at the Radio Soulwax app. They do a tribute to Belgian techno. It is hilarious.
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:07am Cecile:

Robyn, same for you, check it out. Soulwax taped a whole bunch of retired rave dancers and the records are at 33 1/3!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'car bomb' drink wiki :
en.wikipedia.org...
- I forget the 'safe' name they use for it here...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:07am steve:

many props to your guest for his excellent set
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:09am Caryn:

"The Wind That Shakes the Barley" is very good. And man, Cillian Murphy has done his share of IRA-adjacent films. I guess that goes with the territory of being an Irish actor...

Speaking of inappropriate names, there's a chain of second-hand stores here called UFF. Irish friends of mine often want to take one of their bags home when they visit (but also warn us never to carry stuff around in those bags if we ever visit Ireland or Northern Ireland) due to the disjoint. The UFF is also short for the Ulster Freedom Fighters, who are essentially a terrorist group.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:09am northguineahills:

What steve said....
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:11am glenn:

one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:11am robyn:

thanks for the tip cecile. dling the app now.
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:13am Cecile:

It's great. Ken also interviewed them about it a couple years ago, too.
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:15am Martin:

Excellent show, thank you. Relay has a tinge of late 80's U2 a little, yes?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:15am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Ooof, I never realized that Bailey's was one of the elements of that drink. Thank God I never ordered one. Just drink the whisky! There are a spate of nothing but whisky bars popping up near me. Here's my fave: www.noormanskil.com
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:15am sugarwolf:

I had an Irish Car Bomb cupcake once. So wrong, but so tasty.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:17am robyn:

all these colors in the background are making me happy today.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:17am efd:

Wow! Great hearing the Heart Throbs - I randomly saw them in London a few years before this album came out and liked them a lot. Cool show Bob!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:18am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...okay - called the Local to ask what they called the 'car bomb' & spooked the girl who answered! - so called one town over & phrased it a little more carefully!
- He says they call it a 'Porn Star' - so I asked if he knew if that's what they call it everywhere - & he said he doesn't know - only frat~college types drink 'em anyhow (in so many words)...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:18am Caryn:

@RRN63: well, as the link points out, it's unlikely there is a safe name for the "Irish car bomb", since it's a virtually unknown drink in Ireland. Partly because of the name, partly probably because the Irish would just consider it a waste of good whiskey and stout to mix them with Bailey's.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:19am glenn:

i sat in a bar one night and watched four guys drink probably 700$ worth of car bombs, in the space of maybe 3 hours. i believe the words stag party may have been used.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:19am northguineahills:

..and wow!, The Heart Throbs are new to me!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:19am Carmichael:

Good morning, Mr. W. Late arrival from the Coast.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:21am common:

beer...beer...right on! click!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:22am Ike:

I don't think I ever heard Heart Throbs before. Cool.
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:24am Cecile:

ITA, caryn, and I have to agree
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:24am Cecile:

With the waste of good booze that is.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:25am Andrew Waterloo:

Yah, the whiskey/scotch/coffee/tea thing is taking off around here too.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:27am northguineahills:

What time is Bock Monsier playing, Bob?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:27am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Whiskey is like warm tasty novocaine. This can be very useful.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:27am steve:

ngh - beginning at 7
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:28am Caryn:

Also, at least here, a "Porn Star" is when you drop a shotglass of blue curacao and sour puss into a glass of 7Up or Sprite. Ugh. I suspect it's favoured by bachelorette parties.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:28am common:

HA!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:29am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- about that speed.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:29am northguineahills:

crap, I'll be at work until after 7 due to an L train eff up.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:30am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Oh wow, that birthday list sounds so much better in Czech. Can we have all those Entertainment Tonight-like shows done in Czech now?
  Wed. 8/28/13 11:31am Cecile:

Bob, come back. We miss you.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:31am Rev. Turnip Druid:

tuned in just in time to hear charming robot lady intone "honey bew-bew" into my ear. I need to be hurt bad by something/anything, immediately.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this collage is kinda like wunna those drinks...except I'm enjoying it...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:32am Carmichael:

Reading the above convo, I can tell you the original Black & Tan was Guinness and Harp Ale. And yes, they were Prot-based government-authorized gangs much like London's old Hellfire Club. They were armed and provided with intel by the Ulster government.

And no self-respecting Irish Republican would ever drink one, or a "car bomb", or any other such bollocksy drink. Although I'm from Wexford in the south, my family are "Shinnies", as in followers of Sinn Fein politics and, ahem, "activities".

Now someone please help me down from my soapbox.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:33am common:

man, i would love to see that dick cavette show! cavett...great lineup!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:35am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Oh I love this quote from Best in Show.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:35am steve:

"we both love soup" hahaha
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:35am Caryn:

Simpsons episode: "The Springfield Files". Man, all the gifs are from excellent episodes!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:35am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'm down Carm.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:36am Caryn:

@Carm: would you drink a B&T if it was called a "Half and half"?
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...except I like messing w/ 1/2 & 1/2s...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:37am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...to drink...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:37am Carmichael:

Caryn, if it looks like a dog and smells like a dog, it doesn't matter what you name it. It's still a dog.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:38am robyn:

all this terrible country music reminds me of my mom making dinner when i was a kid.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:39am Caryn:

Carm, I can't make out whether you just think the drink concept is crap, or whether it's common name will still be associated with the drink in your mind...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:39am still b/p:

Here's today's mos' awesome mystical birthday connection of all: Ben Gazzara sings "Life Could be A Dream" aloud along with the Crewcuts as it plays in his car in Road House!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:40am Caryn:

Ah, the rare slowed down track that doesn't sound just like a distorted, warped version of the original, but actually like a cover. Of course, the 1/4th pitch lowering helps.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:41am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Oh wow, I thought this voice sounded like it was at the wrong speed, then I saw the playlist! It ALmost worked. Very clever Mr. W.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:41am glenn:

dolly has a couple clunkers, but there's no way she can be considered terrible country music.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:41am Carmichael:

Who's the dude singing this? HA HA
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:42am glenn:

okay, a few clunkers.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:42am Caryn:

Rrg and I discussed just this version of Jolene during last week's Irwin show.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:42am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Ooo, nice segue with Mazzy Star.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:43am Jeff:

Wait, that's not some earnest young man singing "Jolene"? Remarkable.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:44am robyn:

oh i like dolly. i'm talking about "i feel like a woman."
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - i think we can probably agree the (ahem) 'PornStar' is not a drink - it's a stunt.
- I enjoy 1/2 & 1/2s - usually - & don't call them B&Ts...prob. shouldn't call any of them Black & anything...oops...
- Yeah - nice segue & nice Mazzy.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:44am Caryn:

BTW, did anyone happen to catch the secret Prince show last Sunday? Kurt's probably kicking himself that he's in Europe.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:45am glenn:

ah. well, shania twain is not country music. it's 3rd rate pop with fiddles.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:47am Carmichael:

Hey, good name for a music category: Fiddle Pop!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:47am Caryn:

@glenn: what Rich Hall was talking about when he said modern country music tends to be just the worst, LCD pop music.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:48am βrian:

Fanta makes third-rate pop.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:49am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- the flipside to Country being recognized for how MarketShare it actually has (lots). Too Much Success, Grasshopper...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:50am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- how *much* MarketShare...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:50am still b/p:

Homer's famous for being a third-rate pop.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:51am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but has the good sense to stick to beer...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:52am Caryn:

Gotta thank Bob for the gif quality. Ken probably would've thrown a couple of Mileys in there, and I don't need to see that today.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:53am Brian in UK:

Our library still has a lifetimes supply of 'Country & Western' labels. So whatever type of Country you get out it's all C&W.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:54am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

I concur Caryn. Enjoying the Simpsons gifs. If there is one of Homer prancing around in the land of chocolate, that would be great.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:54am Brian in UK:

Got to say I am still happy to have a library.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:55am Brian in UK:

Lick my love pump
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:55am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Spinal Tap!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:55am Caryn:

Yay, "Spinal Tap"!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:56am northguineahills:

Thanks Bob. Fantabulous show!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:56am steve:

great show Bob
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:56am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...always the joke: I like both kinds music - Country *&* Western!
...& always think - Country meant Bluegrass in hills
- & Western meant Cowboy - so it's true...
- Lovepump!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:56am Brian in UK:

Nice one, Bob.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:58am Caryn:

@RRN63: as they said in "Blues Brothers"
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- if you've never seen 'Decline of Western Civilization Pt. 2 - the Metal Years' - it is *exactly* like Spinal Tap - w/ minor dif. that it's an actual documentary...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 11:59am Bob W.:

thanks for listening and commenting, everybody! i had a blast today! see you next time!
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 12:00pm Caryn:

@RRN63: It is superb. And better than Pt. 1 or Pt. 3. It's like "The Empire Strikes Back" that way.
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 12:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - I like Pt. I because I like Punk - but II is harrowing...
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 12:02pm Caryn:

@RRN63: I love punk too, but the "Spinal Tap"-ness of Pt. 2 nudges it ahead in overall documentary quality.
  Wed. 8/28/13 1:37pm dc waters:

To BOB W. Re: "my cat's breath smells like cat food": Still beats the smell of ANY wet dog. Maybe you oughta dial down the amount of face time you have with your cat? :-)
Avatar    Wed. 8/28/13 1:56pm Bob W.:

"my cat's breath smells like cat food" is a ralph wiggum quote.
  Thu. 8/29/13 9:09am dc waters:

Shoulda known that as a Simpsons' fan, but was just being wry in any event. I've spent hours of face time w/ well-fed cats.
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