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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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Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options  
Neil Young  Captain Kennedy   Options Hawks And Doves (Reprise - 1980)  
Original Cast Recording   November 22, 1963   Options Assassins (RCA Victor Broadway - 1991)  
Original Cast Recording  Assassins   Options You Can Close the New York Stock Exchange/Everybody's Got the Right (RCA Victor Broadway - 1991)  
George Atkins and Hank Levine   Alliance For Progress Bossa Nova   Options Sing Along With JFK (Reprise - 1961)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith  
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
Benny Willins   Hiking For JFK   Options b/w unk. (Roben - 1962)  
Frances Baskerville   The Grassy Knoll   Options Songs From The Beyond (unk. - 1999)  
Buddy Starcher   History Repeats Itself   Options b/w Sniper's Hill (Boone - 1966)  
Jim Nesbitt  Please Mr. Kennedy   Options b/w The Horse Race (Ace - 1961)  
Wally Jones  PT 109   Options b/w Funny Way Of Laughing (Spar - 1962?)  
Rebel Davis With Big Joe And The Starliners   Ol Ross Old Miss And JFK   Options b/w unk. (Dixie-Aire - 1962)  
Little Jo Ann  My Daddy Is President   Options b/w Marcaroni (Caroline's Pony) (Kapp - 1962)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith 
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
Phil Ochs  The Crucifixion   Options Pleasures Of The Harbor (A&M - 1967)  
The Human League   Seconds   Options Dare (A&M - 1981)  
The Postal Service  Sleeping In   Options Give Up (Sub Pop - 2003)  
Lou Reed  The Day John Kennedy Died   Options The Blue Mask (RCA - 1982)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith 
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
Frank Sinatra  High Hopes for Kennedy!   Options Oakland Coliseum Concert: May 22, 1968 (unk. - 1960)  
Bill Franklin   Mr. K and Mr. D   Options b/w unk. (unk. - unk.)  
Johnny Tucker   Mr. Kennedy   Options b/w Walk With Me (Sonic - unk.)  
Brother Thurman Ruth   That Awful Day in Dallas   Options b/w He'll Understand (Savoy - 1963)  
Lee Roy Abernathy  John F. Kennedy The Greatest   Options b/w unk. (Na-R-Co - unk.)  
Norm Burns and the Five Stars   John F. Kennedy Was Called Away   Options Song Poems (unk. - unk.)  
Stuart Hamblen   What Can I Do For My Country   Options b/w The Good Old Days (Columbia - unk.)  
George Atkins and Hank Levine   Ask Not Waltz   Options Sing Along With JFK (Reprise - 1961)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith  
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
Steinski & Mass Media   The Motorcade Sped On   Options The Motorcade Sped On (Tommy Boy - 1986)  
Butthole Surfers   The Shah Sleeps In Lee Harvey's Grave   Options Butthole Surfers (Alternative Tentacles - 1983)  
Homer Henderson & The Dalworthington Garden Boys  Lee Harvey Was A Friend Of Mine   Options b/w Hawaiian Ungawa (Mule Noise - 1985)  
Camper Van Beethoven   Jack Ruby   Options Key Lime Pie (Virgin - 1989)  
Godley & Creme   Lonnie   Options Ismism (Mirage - 1981)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith 
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
The Dixie Nightingales   Assassination   Options b/w Hush Hush (Chalice - 1965)  
Bishop Perry Tillis   Kennedy Moan   Options Kennedy's Blues (unk. - unk.)  
Mahalia Jackson  In the Summer of His Years   Options b/w Song For My Brother (Columbia - 1963)  
Otis Spann   Sad Day in Texas Can't   Options Keep From Crying: Topical Blues On The Death Of President Kennedy (Testament - 1964)  
The Southern Bell Singers   The Tragedy of Kennedy   Options Kennedy's Blues (unk. - 1963)  
Ronda Mitchell & Mrs. Lovell   J.F. Kennedy's Reservation   Options Kennedy's Blues (unk. - unk.)  
Little Walter   Jackie Don't You Weep   Options Kennedy's Blues (unk. - unk.)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Wadada Leo Smith  
John F. Kennedy's New Frontier and the Space Age   Options Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform, 2012 - 2012)  
Los Conquistadores   Homenaje a John F. Kennedy   Options Folk Music in America, Vol. 9 - Songs of Death & Tragedy (Library Of Congress - 1963)  
Mighty Sparrow   Death of Kennedy   Options True Life Stories of Passion People and Politics (Scepter International - unk.)  
The Sensation Six of Birmingham, Alabama   The Day the World Stood Still   Options Kennedy's Blues (unk. - unk.)  
The Birds of Harmony   Tribute to a Great President   Options b-side to Meet Me On The Other Side (Savoy - 1963)  
Son House  President Kennedy   Options Father of the Delta Blues: The Complete 1965 Sessions (CBS - 1965)  
Autry Inman   Ballad of J.F.K.   Options 12 Country Hits from Autry Inman (Alshire - 1969)  
Joe Meek Orchestra  The Kennedy March   Options unk. (1963) 
Was (Not Was)   11 Mph (Abe Zapp Ruder Version)   Options What Up, Dog? (Chrysalis - 1988)  
Vaughn Meader   Bedtime Story   Options The First Family (Cadence - 1962)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Fleetwood Mac 
Albatross   Options  

Listener comments!

Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 11:57am pacific standard simon:

Ah, there's my old screensaver!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:01pm ndbob:

Heya Simon and everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:01pm Alex In Illinois:

. . . whoooshoooopwwhoooshoooopwwhoooshoooopw .. . here we are!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:01pm pacific standard simon:

Hi bob -- every day's a special day!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:02pm Uncle Michael:

Howdy!
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Single DJ theory!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:05pm pacific standard simon:

"O Captain! My Captain!"
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:05pm Uncle Michael:

Hey Simon...you'll appreciate what's coming.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:10pm pacific standard simon:

I do. Recently read Stephen King's 11/22/63, too, which is another good take on Oswald.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:11pm still b/p:

Does anyone/everyone else still get the cutting-in-and-thing at everey Drummer stream handoff? Depending on what's playing and how loudly and how far away from the computer I am, the player re-start can get pretty damn urgent.
I tell ya, though, the intermittent Hinky Dinky shopper theme is a good element in an audio mix for a scene with someone going mad....MAD!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:12pm Danne D:

Whoa Charles Guiteau shout out
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:13pm Lizardner Dave:

I get the cutting in and out thing at every handoff on any stream other than the main one. Just restarting the player works.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:13pm Doug Schulkind:

@still b/p
The pop-up player still hiccups between shows. A quick re-start fixes it. Hopefully that won't be necessary much longer.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:14pm Danne D:

I think there's a conspiracy against clear handoffs
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:14pm efd:

I'm no theater buff, let alone musical theater, but I nearly fell off my show when I looked this absurdity up and discovered it was written by Stephen Sondheim!
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:15pm Jeff Golick:

any vaughn meader today?
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:16pm Alex In Illinois:

I always get the cutting-in-and-out thing when stream handoff occurs, and it gets fixed by clicking the pasue button, and clicking the playbutton again. so now I do that by habit. AS soon as Doug signs off, and I hear the first stopage, I click pause and then paly.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:16pm Danne D:

No kidding, EFD?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:17pm efd:

(sub "chair" for "show")
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:17pm pacific standard simon:

This show didn't make it in New York, but it's quite popular with college theater groups. If you want to see it, that's where to look.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:17pm Uncle Michael:

Yes, Jeff.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:17pm Danne D:

So, um, how many people went out and assassinate people right after listening to this?!?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:18pm Jeff Golick:

woo.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:19pm still b/p:

Vaughn Meader, I just learned in my newspaper right here a moment ago, collected blue rabbits "after an acid trip where he saw himself as a blue rabbit."
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:19pm Uncle Michael:

Everyone, Danne D.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:21pm northguineahills:

The Harry Smith Anthology of American Folk Music volume IV has a nice folk song about Charles Guiteau.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:21pm Brian in UK:

Hell Uncle Michael. What's happening.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:22pm Uncle Michael:

Air Force One just parked at Love Field.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:22pm Doug Schulkind:

Starring Elaine Stritch as Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:23pm pacific standard simon:

@ngh - this musical also features a rendition of the snappy little number that Guiteau wrote, and sung himself on the gallows.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:23pm Brian in UK:

Is there a later volume 'Read Along with George W Bush'?
  Fri. 11/22/13 12:23pm VAC:

Dylan on his radio show gag: Welcome to Dallas Texas, the city that shoots presidents and the people who shoot presidents.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:27pm northguineahills:

I need to look that up, PSS.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:28pm Danne D:

You'd think the Ode To Billy Joe takeoff would've been about Teddy.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:29pm Uncle Michael:

Hah!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:29pm pacific standard simon:

You'd suppose.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:30pm Doug Schulkind:

I almost played Frances Baskerville on my Gettysburg Address special this past Tuesday: "Lincoln's Ghost."
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:30pm still b/p:

YOU try rhyming Chappaquiddick.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:31pm Uncle Michael:

She's amazing. Please, Mr. Government.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:31pm Brian in UK:

Teddy musta did it.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:31pm pacific standard simon:

Wrappedaroundmydick.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:32pm Danne D:

this show would not be complete without this massive hit
(and it was a hit)
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:33pm ndbob:

I had a version of this by Cab Calloway
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:33pm Brian in UK:

History repeats that's why we never fuc... never learn.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:33pm Uncle Michael:

This guy really connects the dots...I tell ya.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:33pm Uncle Michael:

Homer & Jethro did a spoof song about LBJ and Batman.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:34pm Danne D:

@Still b/p - oh I can rhyme Chappaquiddick - just not sure I could do it in and FCC friendly way
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:37pm still b/p:

Pondering relevant possibilities...Is the correct pronunciation Glenfidditch or Glenfiddick?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:39pm βrian:

"The heathen gods of old Japan." Heh.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:43pm Brian in UK:

@still b/p 'dick. I seem to be insulting you today, nothing personal.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:47pm Brian in UK:

Oh Phil. Nice one UM.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:49pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks BiUK
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:49pm pacific standard simon:

I seem to remember being told, as a child, that there were secret assassination files that would not be released for 75 years. Hoping I can hold out for another 25 years.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:50pm Danne D:

Phil Ochs *sigh*
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:53pm Lizardner Dave:

Completely surprising that Phil Ochs hung himself. Yep.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 12:54pm Doug Schulkind:

Phil's sister, Sonny, usta be on WFMU.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:57pm Brian in UK:

Get weepy everytime I think about how Phil's life ended. Onward.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 12:57pm Brian in UK:

...and angry.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:02pm Mike East:

I used to hate this Postal Service song because when it first came out, the girl at the bar I worked at would play it nonstop. A few years off from it and I've regained appreciation for it.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:03pm Uncle Michael:

Whew.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:04pm Uncle Michael:

Glad to have all of you with me today.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:08pm Alex In Illinois:

There are lots of songs I would have like better if someone had not overplayed it. I wonder if I have ruined songs for others by overplaying them. Hmmm.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:10pm Danne D:

My first college roommate played only (and I mean only) Public Enemy's Nations of Millions for a whole semester. Took a few years to appreciate it more (it's fun to spring large chunks of it on unsuspecting people too) :)
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:11pm pacific standard simon:

I'd be a lot more with you today if I weren't running around trying to stay warm. Low 20s in Western Washington. The frost is on the pumpkin, as they say (or on the dog's tennis ball, anyway).
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:13pm Danne D:

Bob Goulet did a great series of ESPN commercials a few years ago - one of which used this song as the basis :)
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:14pm Danne D:

Wow, this was from 1968? That's odd.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:14pm Uncle Michael:

Glad to have you checking in, Simon.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:14pm pacific standard simon:

And speaking of Frost: "Nothing gold can stay" -- I gotta go to work in a half hour.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:14pm Alex In Illinois:

I have no actual recollection of what I was doing on this day in 1963, but I am quite certain that I was gestating.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:15pm Uncle Michael:

gestating or gestalting?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 1:15pm ken in denver:

Everybody's voting for Jack
If you don't you must be on crack
Everyone knows that crack's wack
So we're voting for jack.
(If JFK ran for mayor of Toronto, 2013.)
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:16pm pacific standard simon:

I was pissed off that Astroboy cartoons were preempted for news coverage.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:17pm Lizardner Dave:

Anything for the 45th anniversary of the release of the White Album?
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:18pm Uncle Michael:

Erm...right after the show!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:19pm pacific standard simon:

The story of how Sinatra fell out with the Kennedys, as told by Sinatra's personal assistant, is a pretty good one.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:20pm Uncle Michael:

I'm taking a sledge hammer to my chopper pad right after the show.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:21pm Uncle Michael:

He never forgave Lawford.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:22pm pacific standard simon:

True.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:24pm Uncle Michael:

PEOPLE MADE DECISIONS!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:26pm pacific standard simon:

Especially Republican candidates for President in 1964.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:27pm Uncle Michael:

Eat the poor.
  Fri. 11/22/13 1:27pm david from ks:

,,,,King Kill 33,,, hey uncle M
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:29pm Danne D:

I gotta resume reading "The Making of the President 1964"
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:29pm Uncle Michael:

Hi David.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:37pm pacific standard simon:

something is wrong
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:38pm Parq:

By me, this Steinski track is everything you need to know about 11/22/63. There's a good fan-produced vid on Youtube.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:39pm Danne D:

Oh no
  Fri. 11/22/13 1:40pm david from ks:

,,,Conally let it out when yelled said "My God They`er Gonna Kill Us ALL!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:41pm Brian in UK:

Tommy Boy is a Monica connection?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 1:41pm Doug Schulkind:

I blogged about that "Mr. K. and Mr. D" song (blog.wfmu.org...) and a commenter suggested that "Mr. K." could actually be Khrushchev. Certainly possible, but there was a bevy of countryish religious tunes recorded during the '60s the criticized the U.S. space program as "unChristian" and against the Bible. I took the song in that light as an attack on (the Catholic) Kennedy's race to the moon.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:43pm Uncle Michael:

The comment is wrong. The references about the space program make that clear.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 1:48pm ken in denver:

@Brian in UK: Is there nothing Monica can't do? www.complex.com...
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 1:49pm Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Yes, absolutely! In fact, when I was working for Steinski, Monica used to come over to his studio and hang. Steinski was still producing his Rough Mix show for WFMU at the time. Steinski and I encouraged Monica to come down to the station and get involved—and boy has she.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:53pm pacific standard simon:

Oh no -- gotta go. Catch the rest in the archives...
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:53pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for hangin' Simon.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 1:55pm Rich in Washington:

Godley and Creme were just amazing. This and Freeze Frame and L were their best albums, IMO.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:14pm Brian in UK:

Gotta hit the kitchen. It was a Friday as I remember heard the news on the RADIO. Still listening to it, alright so this comes through the computer. You get my drift. Nice work Uncle Michael. See you in fifty years.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:15pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks. I'll meet you back here!
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 2:21pm βrian:

"Won't you bait my breath?", said the fish to the worm.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:22pm Uncle Michael:

Punny.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:27pm Parq:

"Since the birth of Christ"?
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:28pm Uncle Michael:

good relation with the bald-head man
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 2:35pm Dervish:

I'm beginning to see a theme emerge from your selections today, Uncle Michael!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:35pm Uncle Michael:

What gave it away?
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 2:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Feel free to go another three hours, Michael. I'm guessing you've got the material.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

Funny man!
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 2:43pm βrian:

Got Mozart's Requiem in the library?
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:44pm Parq:

Ah. Been waiting for this Was track.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:45pm Uncle Michael:

I'm glad someone anticipated it.
Avatar Fri. 11/22/13 2:45pm northguineahills:

Woah just crash landed 20 minutes ago (comment didn't go through).
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:45pm Uncle Michael:

I haven't forgotten Mr. Golick.
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:46pm Uncle Michael:

whoops!
  Fri. 11/22/13 2:46pm 67tele:

if you run out of tracks, there's a pretty cool one by the Waco Brothers - off Wacoworld, called Red Brick Wall, has JFK assassination reference
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:48pm Mike East:

poor Vaughn Meader...
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:53pm duke:

Thanks Uncle. Great show!!
Avatar    Fri. 11/22/13 2:53pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks evryone.
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