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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  
P.P. Arnold   The First Cut Is The Deepest   Options b/w Speak To Me (Immediate - 1967)  
Bob Hood   It's Nothin' to Me   Options b-side to The Alamo (Golden Crest - 1964)  
Ike & The Crystalites  Illya Kuryakin   Options b/w Anne Marie (Island - 1968)  
David McCallum   Communication   Options b/w My Carousel (Capitol - 1966)  
Beauregard and the Tuffs  Ramblin' Rose   Options b/w Big Bad Guitar (Decca - 1965)  
Smiley Lewis   One Night   Options b/w Ain't Gonna Do It (Imperial - 1956)  
Music behind DJ:
The Merced Blue Notes  
Bad, Bad Whiskey   Options b/w Mama Rufus (Galaxy - 1966)  
Merle Haggard  If We Make It Through December   Options b/w Bobby Wants A Puppy Dog For Christmas (Capitol - 1973)  
The Davis Sisters   Rock-A-Bye Boogie   Options b/w I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (RCA Victor - 1953)  
The Heartbreakers   Love Comes In Spurts   Options R.I.P.: The ROIR Sessions (ROIR - 1975)  
The Association  Babe I'm Gonna Leave You   Options b/w Baby, Can't You Hear Me Call Your Name (Jubilee - 1965)  
Barbra Streisand  I Am Woman   Options b-side to People (Columbia - 1964)  
Lene Lovich   Say When   Options b/w One Lonely Heart (Stiff - 1979)  
Jerry Butler  Moody Woman   Options b/w Go Away, Find Yourself (Mercury - 1969)  
Music behind DJ:
Barry Gray 
UFO Main Theme   Options UFO: The Original Television Series Soundtrack Music By Barry Gray (Trunk - 2004)  
Ozark Mountain Daredevils   If You Wanna Get To Heaven   Options b/w Spaceship Orion (A&M - 1973)  
Ronnie Self   Bop-A-Lena   Options b/w I Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Columboia - 1958)  
King Nawahi Hawaiians   Under a Texas Moon   Options 10" (unk. - 1930)  
The Isley Brothers  Nobody But Me   Options b/w I'm Laughing To Keep From Crying (Wand - 1963)  
Barrence Whitfield and the Savages  Runnin' and Hidin'   Options Ow! Ow! Ow! (Rounder - 1987)  
The Chi-Lites   We Need Order   Options b/w Living In The Footsteps Of Another Man (Brunswick - 1972)  
Music behind DJ:
The Monkees 
For Pete's Sake (Master Backing Track)   Options Headquarters Sessions (Colgems - 1967)  
The Olympics   The Same Old Thing   Options b-side to I'll Do A Little Bit More (Nirwood - 1966)  
Grodeck Whipperjenny  Inside Or Outside   Options The Grodeck Whipperjenny (People - 1970)  
Lee Hazlewood   Rosacoke Street   Options Love And Other Crimes (Reprise - 1968)  
Ruth Etting  I'm Good For Nothing but Love   Options b/w I'm Falling In Love (Columbia - 1931)  
Neil Young & Crazy Horse  My Heart   Options Sleeps With Angels (Reprise - 1994)  
Music behind DJ:
The Citations  
Moon Race   Options b/w Slippin' And Slidin' (Sara - 1963)  
Dawn's Early Light  Dawn's Early Light Monday Kind Of Friday   Options b/w Look In Her Eyes (Diamond - 1967)  
Os Mutantes   Quem Tem Medo De Brincar De Amor   Options A Divina Comedia ou ando meio desligado (Polydor - 1970)  
Link Wray   Rise And Fall Of Jimmy Stokes   Options Link Wray (Polydor - 1971)  
The Yardbirds  A Certain Girl   Options b/w I Wish You Would (Columbia - 1964)  
Free Fall  Power & Volume   Options Power & Volume (Nuclear Blast - 2013)  
Dusty Brooks   Chili Dogs   Options b/w Whoa Mule (Bullet - 1951)  
Music behind DJ:
The Popcorn Orchestra  
Going To A Happening   Options Popcorn's Detroit Soul Party (Palmer - 1967)  
Wings   Deliver Your Children   Options London Town (Capitol - 1978)  
The Mercy Brothers (Barrence Whitfield & Michael Dinallo)   Down That Road   Options Strange Adventure (Corazong - 2006)  
The Everly Brothers  Long Time Gone   Options Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (Cadence - 1958)  
Fred Neil  Bleecker & MacDougal   Options Bleecker & MacDougal (Electra - 1965)  
The Seekers  We Shall Not Be Moved   Options b-side to The Carnival Is Over (Columbia - 1965)  
The Bee Gees  You Should Be Dancing   Options b/w Subway (RSO - 1976)  
Music behind DJ:
Elliott Fisher 
Mister Kiss Kiss Bang Bang   Options Bang! Bang! Bang! (Capitol - 1966)  
Les Fleur De Lys  Wait For Me   Options b-side to Moondreams (Immediate - 1965)  
The Bonzo Dog Band  We Are Normal   Options Urban Spaceman (Imperial - 1968)  
Hawkwind   Urban Guerilla   Options b/w Brainbox Pollution (United Artists - 1973)  
Carla Thomas  Love Among People   Options b/w I Have A God Who Loves (Stax - 1973)  
Al Wilson  Lodi   Options b/w By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Soul City - 1969)  
Music behind DJ:
The Ventures  
Home   Options b-side to Walk Don't Run (Dolton - 1960)  
Betty Davis  If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked Up   Options Betty Davis (Just Sunshine - 1973)  
Foxx  Into Something Real   Options b/w The Revolt of Emily Young (Decca - 1970)  
Tommy Tucker & His Orchestra with Amy Arnell and the Voices Three  I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire   Options b/w This Love Of Mine (Okeh - 1941)  
Harry Nilsson  Turn On Your Radio   Options Son of Schmilsson (RCA - 1972)  
Guy Lombardo voc. Kenny Martin  Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart   Options b/w Half As Much (Decca - 1952)  
Fleetwood Mac  Albatross   Options  

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:00pm Uncle Michael:

This thing on?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:01pm Blubbery Mess:

Ready to party.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:02pm Rick from SC:

sounds like party time
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:02pm glenn:

funk 49ish.
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

howdy, UM! crazy with work but crazy for music!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:02pm Alex In Illinois:

. . . WhooshoopwhoooshoopWhooshoopwhoooshoop what's that whirly thing! Okay, safely landed.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Not connected, Michael!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:05pm Uncle Michael:

Welcome all of you.
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:05pm K Wilde:

Never heard the opening
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:05pm Alex In Illinois:

Hey, the audio problem did not happen this time! At least not yet. I was waiting for the music stream to stutter so I know when to pause and restart it. Wait! What I am hearing does not match the play list.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:05pm glenn:

i hear no hinky, or no dinky neither.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Did not hear your opening theme. It went right from my closing theme to the stream's queue.
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:06pm K Wilde:

Never heard the opening
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:06pm Uncle Michael:

hang on
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:08pm Uncle Michael:

I have no idea yet why SAM isn't getting the audio
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:08pm Alex In Illinois:

I am hearing a Brazilian guy accompanied by one of those machete guitars, and a string section. Now it is silent. I will try restarting.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Now a lovely Dick Gaughn number is spinning. I think the stream has been hypnotized by your gif.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:09pm Alex In Illinois:

Okay, the stream did the stuttering, so I restarted. Now I am hearing a Scottish guy with a guitar.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:09pm Uncle Michael:

seriously no clue yet
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:10pm K Wilde:

Not Bob Hood but nice folky ballad
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:10pm slater:

same here
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:10pm Doug Schulkind:

There was a moment of silence, now we're back to the stream.

Maybe reboot your machine or your router?

Did you re-up the license key number for SAM?

Um, um...
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:11pm Uncle Michael:

gonna reboot
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:11pm still b/p:

I got the stutter and the no show. Far from a win-win, it's a woe-woe.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:11pm Alex In Illinois:

Stream stuttered again. I stopped and restarted, and I still hear the Scotsman whom Doug identified as Dick Gaughan
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:12pm Uncle Michael:

seriously, everything is configured fine...hopefully rebooting will fix it.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:13pm Alex In Illinois:

@still b/p: That cracked me up! Almost as hard as I laughed the other night when I failed to get my dog to watch the Dog Channel.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:13pm glenn:

sounds like either the spark plugs or the rotor to me.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:14pm slater:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:15pm Alex In Illinois:

Okay! I think we are at Hinky Dinky time now! Yes! We Are!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:17pm Uncle Michael:

Nothing happened. I don't know what you're all talking about. Shaddup!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:19pm glenn:

i cannot comment on a hinky dinky time i may not have heard, or that does not exist.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:21pm Uncle Michael:

Live radio, folks...with fucking *computers*.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:23pm still b/p:

I've read about that religion:

"The success of our prayers had a simple foundation. We regarded it as "Error" -- our name for Evil -- to believe the evidence of our senses and if we had influenza or consumption, or had lost our money or were unemployed, we denied the reality of these things. We said that since God could not have made them, they therefore did not exist."
- The Saint, by V.S. Pritchett
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:25pm Uncle Michael:

That's a creed for me.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:27pm slater:

Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 12:34pm listener james from westwood:

i'm here! hearing you loud & clear!
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:35pm pacific standard simon:

Who's a lazy bum? I'm a lazy bum, yes I am. Just woke up. Enjoying the show from bed.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:40pm Uncle Michael:

Hey Simon.
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:42pm pacific standard simon:

Not for long, though; battery's almost drained.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:46pm glenn:

hey, another great song that was stolen by a certain james page.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:48pm Uncle Michael:

Did Pagey stick a writing credit on it?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:52pm Parq:

My timing is excellent for a change. I love this Lovitch single, and Streisand makes my hair stand on end.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:54pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:54pm Dominick:

Zep version of Babe I'm Gonna Leave You beckoned two nights ago. Out of curiosity I checked writing credit. Listed as "traditional"
  Fri. 12/6/13 12:58pm kat330:

No time to properly log in, but wanted to say the first version of "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" I ever heard -- and performed myself -- was Joan Baez'.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:58pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the research, Dominick.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 12:59pm Roberto:

UFO was in fact aired in the U.S. in the early '70s, at least in New York. If I recall correctly most of the super-futuristic action was supposed to take place in 1980. Um, yeah.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:00pm Uncle Michael:

Hi Kat...thanks for the information. I haven't heard Joan do it.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:00pm Alex In Illinois:

I remember watching the UFO series on TV in ST. Louis. It was in the 1970's but it took place in the FUTURE in the 1980's. Most of the characters wore wigs, and when female personnel were stationed in the Moon Base, they would wear purple wigs. I am not making this up.
  Fri. 12/6/13 1:00pm kat330:

And, yes, a traditional ballad.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:00pm Uncle Michael:

I stand corrected!
  Fri. 12/6/13 1:01pm kat330:

No problemo! I might be able to free my hands to properly return to comments a bit later, but listening in the meanwhile.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:01pm glenn:

i think that traditional may have been listed to avoid a songwriting credit in many cases.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:02pm Uncle Michael:

I think so too.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:04pm glenn:

not that i'm accusing anybody in the music industry of perfidy, you understand.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:05pm Uncle Michael:

My heart cries out 'perfidia.'
  Fri. 12/6/13 1:07pm kat330:

Daggummit -- NOT traditional: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babe_I%27m_Gonna_Leave_You Anne Bredon. Learn something new every day.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:07pm pacific standard simon:

Hink-a-dink-a-doo, look, Ma, I'm on the radio!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:09pm Alex In Illinois:

Listing a song as "Traditional" is still a way that companies selling sheet music get away with not paying royalties to songwriters.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:09pm Parq:

"Nobody But Me" brings to mind the thinking I've been doing lately about rock and roll standards -- songs with a lot of different versions. The most prolific one, I suspect, is "Stranded in the Jungle" -- seems I hear a new one almost every week. "Do You Love Me (Now That I Can Dance)" seems up there as well.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:09pm Uncle Michael:

I can't for my house to smell like pibil.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:10pm Uncle Michael:

Wow, I'd be curious to hear a *lot* of versions of Stranded...
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:12pm glenn:

hmmmm. warren smith and the dolls are the two i can think of.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:13pm glenn:

at least i think warren smith did the original. was it billy lee riley?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:16pm pacific standard simon:

The Jayhawks?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:16pm Uncle Michael:

Did they? The drummer in the Jayhawks is an old drinking buddy.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:17pm glenn:

no, the Jay Hawks.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:19pm pacific standard simon:

Yeah, Wikipedia credits the Jay Hawks with the original, and the Cadets with the hit cover version.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:19pm glenn:

"Stranded In The Jungle" was written by Ernestine Smith & James Johnson in 1956; the same year this R&B novelty classic was a huge hit for the West Coast vocal group The Cadets (Modern 994). The Cadets version of the song was actually a cover of the Jay Hawks original version, although much more polished and energized.
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 1:19pm listener james from westwood:

in 2040 they will be fulminating against this era's use of pro tools.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:20pm Dominick:

Future generations will despise brickwalled compression
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:22pm Dominick:

How did Bop-a-Lena get past Mitch Miller's "No rock 'n roll" edict?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:24pm pacific standard simon:

My dream DJ set would feature "Long Cool Woman" by The Hollies, "Jeepster" by T. Rex, "O.D.'d On Life" by Blue Oyster Cult, and any other song that used THAT riff -- it seems like THAT riff was very popular in the early '70s.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:26pm pacific standard simon:

The hard part would be figuring out what order to play them in.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:28pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 1:29pm listener james from westwood:

no mistaking lee for anyone else. nice one.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:30pm Uncle Michael:

Been on a LH kick. Almost played a set...might one day.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:31pm pacific standard simon:

I saw a picture of Lee surrounded by naked women, the other day; it would be VERY hard to mistake him for anyone else in that picture.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:32pm Uncle Michael:

He had the only unbleached mustache.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:33pm kat330:

I recommend that Ruth expand her skills and diversify. :)
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 1:34pm listener james from westwood:

wasn't there some sort of hazlewood release recently? thought i read something about it in the nyt.
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 1:35pm listener james from westwood:

btw, don't stand on ceremony for a hazlewood set. those are always revelatory.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:35pm kat330:

Awww, sweet Neil.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:35pm Uncle Michael:

The picture Simon mentioned is used as the cover of a recent compilation.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:38pm Dominick:

Neil's number for some reason reminded me of Beaker performing "me-me" (Feelings)
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:39pm kat330:

@James, et al: No one despises autotune more than I, but SOME of the reason "musicians" don't like DAWs and pro tools is because it's leveling a playing field that was only for the rarefied few who "made it" into the biz by worse illegitimate methods, such as nepotism and payola.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:39pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:41pm kat330:

And back to the Baez version of "Babe..." I no longer have the vinyl -- got stolen from me -- but my guess is she DID credit Anne Bredon. She wouldn't knowingly do otherwise, and I don't think Vanguard would either.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:43pm Dominick:

Baez's version originally was credited to "traditional" as well.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:45pm kat330:

For all I know wikipedia's full of it -- wouldn't be the first time -- but again, I can't believe Baez or Vanguard would *knowingly* rob someone of royalties.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:46pm glenn:

i remember seeing a picture of pete townshend in his home studio. there are probably 25 openreel tape decks surrounding him. THAT'S what a studio should be.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:48pm Uncle Michael:

most significaantly, it had pete townshend in it
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:48pm kat330:

That's what a studio USED to be. Once upon a time we were using semaphore and smoke signals, too. Seriously, the biggest uproar about digital recording is how it's reducing the income of the big artists. Yes, and the Internet's leveling of the information playing field is upsetting a lot of rich folks, too. The times they are a-changin.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:51pm Uncle Michael:

I trust that everyone was ready to rock.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:51pm efd:

I'm here, I'm here! I've just been busy.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:51pm glenn:

i LOVE the internet. after all, i would never have discovered wfmu, and all that entails without it. but neil young is right - digital audio is no comparison to analogue.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:52pm kat330:

There were / are a lot of no-talent "artists" who could afford studio time or could even build themselves vanity studios to make "authentic" recordings -- many played on these very waves! -- but there are actual musicians on SoundCloud and elsewhere who put them to shame.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:53pm Uncle Michael:

HAH! efd-bait always works.
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 1:53pm listener james from westwood:

pro tools came to mind b/c i'm copyediting a musician's autobiography, and one of the producers he'd worked with, who had also worked with many rock-radio regulars & thus had a perspective similar to that townshend pic, went on an anti-pro tools rant in his contribution to the book.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:53pm pacific standard simon:

I'm too old to have the ears to tell the difference.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:56pm Dominick:

Take it to Gearslutz please
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:56pm kat330:

Oh, yeah, and sweet Neil himself rants against it in his autobio. I still say the TRUE reason these successful, rich artists are P.O'd is not "horrible sound quality" but it's horning in on their bottomline bucks. I hardly feel sorry for them riding the gravy train for so long.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:57pm pacific standard simon:

Any woman who likes chili dogs can't be all bad.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:57pm ndbob:

Heya UM and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:57pm kat330:

I also have somewhat a different perspective because I saw up close and personally how the record industry operated. My dad owned a radio station.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:57pm glenn:

p.s.s brings up something i've always found interesting - by the time most people can afford the stereo they've been dreaming about for 20 years, they're deaf, and thus immune to it's wonders.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:59pm ndbob:

45 min to de ice and clean the snow off my blazer and still coming down
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 1:59pm kat330:

We're finally getting snowflakes falling down here, so it must have warmed up a bit.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:01pm kat330:

@Dominick: Take what to Gearslutz exactly?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:02pm Uncle Michael:

Hi Bob.

No fighting in the War Room.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:02pm pacific standard simon:

Perhaps the sound is muffled by the geezer-hair growing out my ears.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:03pm Dominick:

@kat330: digital vs. analog
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:03pm kat330:

No fighting from my end, though provoked.
@Dominick: Surely it can't be OK to discuss photos of naked women on this list but, god forbid, never music production! ;)
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:04pm Dominick:

@pss: they make these battery powered hair trimmers...
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:05pm glenn:

how about naked women producing records?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:05pm kat330:

Whatever -- got better things to do anyway. It's my last try here, so by all means, get back to naked women week after week.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:05pm ndbob:

quite an interesting playlist UM - will catch what I missed on the archive... haven't heard "Communication" by David McCallum in a while -remember it well from the radio
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:06pm glenn:

which probably brings us back to lee hazlewood somehow.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:06pm Uncle Michael:

Yeah, another train wreck playlist today. No reason, just rhymes!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:09pm pacific standard simon:

Better watch it with all those naked women on the show, UM -- you're gonna get condemned by the audio stream decency league.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:10pm Uncle Michael:

I haven't removed my bustier.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:13pm pacific standard simon:

I've got my sexy black long-johns on.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:14pm Uncle Michael:

There's a true whiplash moment coming.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:15pm pacific standard simon:

The Seekers followed by Black Sabbath?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:16pm Uncle Michael:

Damn. Shoulda.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:17pm pacific standard simon:

Ahh. The Bee Gees telling us that we SHOULD be moved.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:19pm pacific standard simon:

I'm thinking that "War Pigs" should ALWAYS follow "Masters Of War".
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:22pm ndbob:

@UM agree re Nora and BIlly
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:24pm Uncle Michael:

I think they did well and the blend is spot on but I'm not sure I see the point.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:25pm pacific standard simon:

Now this Fleur De Lys thing is what it would be nice to have gigantic expensive speakers for.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:28pm Alex In Illinois:

I agree with Kat330 on a lot of her points, maybe all. But I am often not an either/or person, but like to have multiple options available, each with its trade-offs.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:30pm pacific standard simon:

WOW. Groucho Marx's passport is for sale on Ebay.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:33pm Uncle Michael:

I want captain Spalding's.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:34pm Parq:

I want Maurice Chevalier's.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:35pm Dominick:

Did someone call me Schnorer?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:35pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:36pm Dominick:

I'll have another cup of coffee!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:37pm pacific standard simon:

Unused. Current bid: $1,250.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:38pm glenn:

i wonder how much zeppo's is going for.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:39pm pacific standard simon:

You really ARE all over the place today, Michael. Fun.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:39pm glenn:

a mint passport.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:40pm pacific standard simon:

No stamps, apparently. Issued in 1939, so he was still busy in Hollywood.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:41pm pacific standard simon:

No mustache, either.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:41pm glenn:

how long before there's a mossad agent named g. marx?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:42pm pacific standard simon:

I like Freddy King's version, but he keeps calling it "Lowdown".
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:43pm pacific standard simon:

@glenn - That would be Julius H. Marx.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:45pm pacific standard simon:

Ah. Here's the naked woman I've been hearing so much about.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:46pm Uncle Michael:

The history of funk needs to give Betty more respect.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:48pm pacific standard simon:

Or she'll beat its ass with her belt.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:48pm glenn:

oh yeah. that makes more sense. okay, how long until there's a mossad agent named julius h. marx?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:50pm Uncle Michael:

that's right, PSS
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:54pm pacific standard simon:

Might as well pass along the link, in case someone wants to see a picture of a 49-year-old Marx with no mustache, and his painfully thin wife.

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:56pm ndbob:

excellent show UM!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:56pm glenn:

well hell, i can't go to china with it, so why bother?
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:58pm pacific standard simon:

You also can't go anywhere for the purpose of joining their armed forces, so no IRA for you.
Avatar    Fri. 12/6/13 2:58pm listener james from westwood:

if it's not stamped "freedonia," it's null and void in my eyes.
fine show, UM! thanks, and be well and warm, all!!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:59pm pacific standard simon:

OH NO! We just got started!
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:59pm Uncle Michael:

Damn. I wanted to join the Swiss Guard.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 2:59pm Dominick:

Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 3:00pm pacific standard simon:

I want Shemp Howard's passport.
Avatar Fri. 12/6/13 3:04pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks everyone
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