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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options August 16, 2014: Eating Mush in the Midst of Plenty



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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Patricia Machas  Track 2   Options Osso Exotico - Church Organ Works  Sonoris    0:00:00 ()
Foetus  Chimera   Options Damp  Ectopic  *   0:07:05 ()
The Residents  The Sleeper   Options Residue of the Residents  Superior Viaduct  *   0:10:23 ()
Twink  Track 2   Options Critter  None  *   0:13:10 ()
Il Sogno del Marinaio  Animal Farm Tango   Options Canto Secondo  Clenched Wrench  *   0:16:45 ()
Sly & Robbie  Daphne   Options Underwater Dub    *   0:21:53 ()
Mark Stewart & Mafia  Liberty City   Options Now That's What I Call Music 1982  None  *   0:26:08 ()
Gary Wilson  Gary Saw Linda Last Night   Options Mary Had Brown Hair  Stones Throw    0:30:40 ()
Kemialliset Ystavat  Arkistorotat   Options Alas Rattoisaa Virtaa  Dekorder  *   0:37:29 ()
Tom Waits  The Black Rider   Options The Black Rider  Island    0:38:59 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      0:42:00 ()
Chapa Mamba  Beleleu   Options Chapa Mamba  Transfusao Noise  *   0:56:06 ()
Jack Ruby  Bad Teeth   Options Jack Ruby  Feeding Tube  *   0:59:55 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      1:03:09 ()
Voice on Tape  Sister May I   Options What is Happening  Big Whup  *   1:06:59 ()
Micachu  Vulture   Options Jewellery  Rough Trade    1:09:58 ()
Cleaners from Venus  It Could Have Been Cheryl   Options Extra Wages  Captured Tracks  *   1:12:07 ()
Mama Bea Tekielski  Priau   Options La Folle  Isadora    1:15:05 ()
Catherine Ribeiro & Alpes  Roc Alpin   Options Paix  Mantra    1:21:48 ()
Zammuto  Sinker   Options Anchor  Temporary Residence  *   1:24:27 ()
Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band  Light Reflected off the Oceans of the Moon   Options Ice Cream for Crow  Astralworks    1:29:02 ()
Temple of Bon Matin  Breedlove   Options Infidel      1:37:43 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      1:37:55 ()
Simply Saucer  Electro Rock   Options Cyborgs revisited  Sonic Unyon    1:44:46 ()
Retsepti  Hunger   Options Anthology of Georgian Underground Tblisi 1987-92  Supreme Echo  *   1:48:07 ()
Flamin Groovies  Slow Death   Options Slow Death  Norton    1:51:09 ()
Alice Cooper  Mr and Misdemeanor   Options Life and Crimes  Rhino    1:56:11 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      1:59:05 ()
The Ribeye Brothers  Rictus   Options New ways to fall  This is You  *   2:03:29 ()
Dub Thompson  hayward!   Options 9 Songs  Dead Oceans  *   2:05:24 ()
PC Worship  Baby in the Back Room   Options Social Rust  Northern Spy  *   2:09:14 ()
Steeleye Span  Alison Gross   Options Spanning the Years  Chrysalis    2:12:40 ()
Nouora Mint Seymali  Emin Emineina Chou Weyne   Options Tzenni  Glitter Beat  *   2:18:39 ()
Smoke Dawson  John Brown's Dream   Options Fiddle  Tompkins Square  *   2:23:25 ()
Sonny Blount (Sun Ra) & Stuff Smith  Deep Purple   Options Huigh Voltage! Giant Steps & Flashpoints of the 20th Century  High Voltage  *   2:27:07 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      2:31:17 ()
The rivingtons  Papa Om Maw Maw   Options   Fantastic Voyage  *   2:37:42 ()
Ike & Tina Turner  Twisteroo   Options King of Rhythm Road  Collectiblles    2:40:52 ()
Slim Harpo  King Bee   Options The Scratch  Excello    2:41:56 ()
Johnny Adams  Georgia Mountain Dew   Options Heart & Soul  VampiSoul    2:46:11 ()
Marlene Dietrich  Sag Mir Wo Die Blumin Bind   Options Echoes of Germany  Fantastic Voyage  *   2:48:09 ()
Jimi Hendrix  Star Spangled Banner   Options Woodstock  Columbia    2:51:24 ()
Jad Fair & Danielson  Solid Gold Heart   Options Solid Gold Heart  Sounds familyre  *   2:55:17 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:07am Brian in UK:

So this is drive radio show in Nu Joisee.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:08am Jay/London:

hey good morning bill am back from France
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:09am Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Bill. Reveille played on the church organ. Nice.
Hello, Brian and Jay.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:10am Guido from Cologne:

Zzzzzzaturday!
Good morning Bill!
Good morning Europe!
Guten TZAG world!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:10am Andy in Berlin:

Good morning everyone! Greetings from the virtual diner. Marge says today's special is oatmeal and raisons.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:12am Sem Chumbo:

Breakfast is my raison d'etre
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:13am Jay/London:

@ Andy In Berlin is there anything else as i don't like that
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:14am Andy in Berlin:

Well that's just the special for today. Get pancakes!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:15am Bill Mac:

mmmmm pancakes! hey!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:15am Jay/London:

yeah pancakes yum yum
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:19am Sem Chumbo:

w/ real maple syrup, I presume, and wild blueberries. Both from New Scotland, naturally? Whipped cream on top, of course.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:19am Guido from Cologne:

I had pancakes (American style yesterday).
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:20am Guido from Cologne:

Can it be that the Residents layer by layer unfold the real background story of their "pop-group-image-sculpture" (not to talk about "identity")?

The "Delta Nudes" comp seemed to be such a step. the Randy Rose persona doesn't really bother to hide of Homer Flynn.
And though the official outtakes of the current documetary at wor k doesn't directly give a sign about "unvailing", I'm curious actually.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:21am Brian in UK:

Fresh dates, then kiwi fruit with yogurt and honey from some hives about three miles way. Yum.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:22am Bayta:

I'm cooking up some kohlrabi and potato curry for a really really late dinner. Started about an hour into Thomas Storck's show and it's still not done. Hungry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:23am Brian in UK:

@Bayta, that kohlrabi is a tough old veg.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:23am Bayta:

Yeah, takes forever to cook. Stupid thing. Never buying it again.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:24am Guido from Cologne:

I will make an exception today and not cook at all this weekend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:24am Brian in UK:

Stanley wake up, you are missing the DUB.

It looks more interesting than it is.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:25am Fran:

Salutations all
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 3:25am northguineahills:

I thought there must be a new Sly & Robbie reissue, as there has been a lot of Sly & Robbie on WFMU late..
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:25am Guido from Cologne:

Kohlrabi rough was a favourite child-time snack.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:25am Brian in UK:

I am making a Mauritius chicken curry.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:26am Bayta:

This is pretty dubtastic
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 3:27am northguineahills:

All I've had today is kimchi & rice w/ seaweed salad. (I've been burned out from cooking).
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:27am Guido from Cologne:

I#m into full-omami-flavour veggie cooking, which can be time consuming.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:28am Andy in Berlin:

I'm having curried lamb and spinach for dinner tonight
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:28am Sem Chumbo:

@NGH: what's your everyday rice choice?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:29am Sem Chumbo:

Bill, maybe a cookbook as your premium offering next year?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:30am Bill Mac:

Yeah but YOU guys are the ones with the ideas!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 3:33am northguineahills:

@Sem Chumbo: Nishiki medium grain rice (if I'm cooking for myself). I usually only use rice for East Asian cuisine (there are exceptios).
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:35am Sem Chumbo:

Thanks, ngh.
Linda sounds like someone to lose your mind over.
  Sat. 8/16/14 3:37am Emile:

Hey Bill, guys, back after a busy summer. Looking forward to the Oh Sees coming around next week, Swans later the fall...
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:38am Bill Mac:

@Sem Yeah - I don't like her already...
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:42am Sem Chumbo:

Tom Waits in Bertolt Brecht mode. wow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:42am Brian in UK:

Tom does Marlene impressions.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:42am Brian in UK:

That's Marlene Crabtree.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:45am Jay/London:

it was 30c 34 c in France now i feel cold here in the UK as only 20c
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:46am Brian in UK:

When I left one job, I left a book out for people to write their favourite recipes. Some people got in the spirit.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:50am Guido from Cologne:

There is an official release "Now That's What I Call Music 1982":
www.discogs.com...
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:52am Guido from Cologne:

original "Residue of the Residents" was 1982
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:54am Jay/London:

Bill did you find the love album by the Beatles ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:55am Brian in UK:

Nick Name is an Ingerlish geezer so his premium is kind of iroNICK.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 3:55am Guido from Cologne:

Incredible String Band lost in the rain!
recordings of that section of woodstock?
:-)
  Sat. 8/16/14 3:55am Emile:

Yes Bill the entire festival is available in multiple files
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 3:56am Brian in UK:

If you scroll back far enough on Google maps you can see the begining of time.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:56am Jay/London:

@ Emile where can I get it ?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 3:58am Sem Chumbo:

Quill missed a key opportunity to appear in the Woodstock film... a glitch in the film/audio system made it such that the audio and film were not synchronized properly. This rendered the footage unusable... The problem was fixed in time for Santana the next band up and their appearance in the film sealed the band's later success.
via wikithingy
  Sat. 8/16/14 4:00am Emile:

@Jay - sniff around the 'net.. I grabbed one day's sets at one point. Certainly on file sharing services. The sound quality varies as I recall. The files are enirmous.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:01am Bill Mac:

Hey Jay, have not found the Love album yet
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:02am Fran:

Brian - you can view Google Caveview as well.....it didn't start getting more intrusive and therefore fun until the Iron Age
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:03am Bill Mac:

#Emile I think that's what make me shy away from those kind of downloads. Too much information to sift through.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:03am Jay/London:

@ Bill its out there somewhere
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:03am Bill Mac:

sigh.... I miss the Iron Age....
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:04am Brian in UK:

Jay, is this what you mean?
www.allmusic.com...
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:04am Fran:

We still have it Bill........its called Rotherham in South Yorkshire
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:05am Brian in UK:

I prefer the Ironing Age, it was much cleaner.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:05am Brian in UK:

The Independent State of South Yorkshire.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:06am Fran:

It was cleaner Brian but they still had a few wrinkles.....
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:07am Brian in UK:

We've all got some of them, Fran. Apart from our beloved DJ.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:08am Fran:

It is the Independent State of South Yorkshire but they still perform the war cry of all Yorkshire regularly each day....'HOWWWW MUCH!!!!!'
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:08am Sem Chumbo:

And so the Ironing age gave way to the invention of Sta-Press fabrics.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:09am Brian in UK:

Then followed the 'Just add water - makes it's own sauce' apocalypse.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:10am Brian in UK:

Fran do they still go to the top their stairs?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:10am Fran:

Sem - you have missed out the historically important Bri-nylon and Winceyette eras where fashion, itchiness and fire hazard briefly met
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:11am Fran:

To the top of the stairs yes and also regularly invoke the ghost of My Giddy Aunt
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:11am Brian in UK:

One spark and you could spontaneously combust.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:14am Sem Chumbo:

@Fran: a flash in the fashion pan I missed:(
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:14am Brian in UK:

Fran I See the Yorkshire Sculpture Park won the museum of the year award.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:15am Fran:

Bill - the revelation of the week is this wonderful historical release from Owen Maercks 'Teenage Sex Therapist' - what a record - are you going to play anything from it? And my week has also been fired up by the news of another ridiculously large but to me essential King Crimson box set based on Starless and Bible Black and the live dates around that.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:15am Sem Chumbo:

Wasn't this group once called Big-Eyed Beans from Venus?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:18am Fran:

Sem - count yourself lucky. A northern childhood in the 70's here involved being dragged through the nylon emporium called Brentford Nylons (I itch and shiver with electric shock at the memory) for various household nylons. I've never been able to visit Brentford on the back of that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:19am Brian in UK:

Fran the sainted Joe McGasko played Owen Maercks on Thursday. Tee Hee.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:19am Bill Mac:

@Fran - I wonder if you and I are cruising some of th same web sites - I've come across the KC collection, and while I'm fascinated by it I don't know if I can process 30 live shows.
That being said, there's still a lot of amazing poop to be acquired out there in virtual land....
is the Owen Maercks thing new?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:19am Bill Mac:

@Brian Joe who?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:20am Fran:

Yes Brian - YSP did well there. It is a great place but has the most ridiculous parking system requiring you have around £8 in change which is also your entry. No end of frustration for visitors!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:21am Looms:

Good morning Bill & everyone.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:22am Bill Mac:

Looms!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:23am Brian in UK:

Looms I saw your name and immediately thought of savoury galettes. I mean that in the nicest way.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:23am Fran:

Brian - Bill has corrected your memory - it was played by St Joe the Unmentioned which is his full name.
Bill - the Maercks LP is a new limited run LP of old material not previously released. As for Crimson - I thought the same about Road to Red but when I got it I found myself wading through it quite happily if taken in the right dosage!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:25am Sem Chumbo:

@Brian: just last Sunday I made a galette des Rois (King cake) for an out-of-season Mardi Gras party.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:25am Bill Mac:

mmmm galettes! how could you take it any other way?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:26am Brian in UK:

Bill, You know what I played the other night. The Intro & THe Outro. Still as silly as ever. Did Gaylord do that at one Hoof 'n Mouth?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:28am Brian in UK:

Got to get me some buckwheat flour. I need to get one of those funny tools to flatten it when poured out. I use a chapatti pan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 4:28am Stanley:

Good morning Bill, everyone...yeah, good morning (crawls back into his pit)
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:29am Fran:

Catherine Ribeiro always a good call Bill as is the venerable Martin Newell and the Cleaners From Venus. Martin's musical memoir book 'This Little Ziggy' is a must read, laugh out loud and moisten the chuckle trousers experience.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:29am Bill Mac:

I got to be Garner ted Armstrong in that one and I did the little scat routine. That was one of the best things Hoof ever did
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:29am Bill Mac:

Stanley's here! thank you everybody and good night!!!
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 4:30am Guido from Cologne:

SaturDon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:30am Brian in UK:

Fran I remember Martin Newnell used to write a weekly poem in the Independent. Funny man.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 4:31am Guido from Cologne:

INCREDIBLE SHOW TODAY BILL!
So many ear obpeners!
I cannot get away from my stereo!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:31am Bill Mac:

otherwise known as the instrumental track of Hey garland I dig Your Tweed Coat
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:33am Brian in UK:

Christmas Pudding Ice Cream. Yum.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 4:33am Guido from Cologne:

... i see ...
... but theese sounds a so much inbedded in my subconciousness..
.. ididn't notice that it is a backing track ..
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:34am Fran:

Brian - he is an underrated gem in my book. If you can find his CD The Greatest Living Englishman some copies came with a bonus CD of live readings - hilarious stuff including the classic I Hank Marvined!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 4:34am Stanley:

This Ice Cream for Crow track I don't remember at all - I think it is brilliant
  Sat. 8/16/14 4:34am P-90:

Whatever became of Garner Ted Armstrong?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:34am Brian in UK:

Thanks, Fran.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:36am Sem Chumbo:

A day without a little Beefheart is a day without joy.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:37am Bill Mac:

The English definitely cornered the market on eccentrics. loved the ivor cutler track last week btw. So Garner Ted was an American evangelist. Never heard of him beyond the auspices of the Bonzos.
P90!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:38am Fran:

Ohhh don't call Ivor, English - most definetely Scottish!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:40am Brian in UK:

Fran, Martin writing for the Express, shock, horror.
www.express.co.uk...
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:41am Fran:

I know but I will find it in my heart to forgive him.......
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:42am Brian in UK:

I'm in love with WPC Hodges,
I'm in love with a wonderful girl.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 4:50am Brian in UK:

Fran I have just understood where Roger McGough's line 'he couldn't punch a hole in a wet echo' came from. It referred to the Liverpool Echo. I have always had the idea of a reverberating echo in my head. I will still with mine.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 4:55am Guido from Cologne:

THIS EPISODE of Zzzzzzero Hour IS KILLING IT!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:56am Bill Mac:

Great version of the Groovies Slow Death
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 4:59am Fran:

A rare moment Brian - tabloid or local rag inspiration!!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:16am Sem Chumbo:

No mush on the table here, Bill. Plenty to sink your teeth into. What Guido said just above.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:17am Bill Mac:

Thanks Gents - now THAT's a bucket o' mush!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:17am northguineahills:

I thought this was Steeleye Span. Feels good at 5am.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:19am Bill Mac:

I've been obsessing over them of late for some reason. Tis nice to play them for a change
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:21am Stanley:

(Springs into view flexing his biceps in the classic Charles Atlas manner)
Hello everyone, what's going down?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:21am Fran:

Just don't play All Around My Hat Bill - Steeleye Span are a band of early genius, a period of horror and a rebirth of sorts in my book. This is from the great period
  Sat. 8/16/14 5:22am Dave:

this set is fantastic!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:22am Bill Mac:

I heard their mid period stuff was bad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 5:22am Brian in UK:

Sounds a bit like a female Omar Souleyman without the dance moves.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:23am Stanley:

...not to mention their Christmas single.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:24am Bill Mac:

I just downloaded their complete discog - I was going to cull out the bad stuff.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:24am Bill Mac:

@Dave Thanks!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:26am Bill Mac:

@Brian I love the Nouora Mint Seymali. It doesn't have to be beat heavy to have a good groove. I kin listen to that stuff all day.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:27am Sem Chumbo:

...and I am gonna use the fiddle music as my extro. Market day beckons. Thanks for this morning, Bill. See you, and all, next time.
  Sat. 8/16/14 5:27am michael and Birgit:

Hey Bill,

thank you for your Mail reply. we`re on the road. No time to listen today.Wish you and everybody a nice und good weekend...See you next week
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:27am Fran:

Happy culling Bill - you would even need to do this with Fairport who to be fair never released a bad Christmas single but did produce plenty of turkeys!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:28am Bill Mac:

It's hootch servin time in new Scowtlind! See you next time Sem!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:28am Fran:

Bon voyage Sem
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:29am Bill Mac:

@Fran Seems like many folk based bands really got awkward when they tried updating their sound. Maybe it was just the 70s. There was a lot of bad rekkids coming out back then.
Avatar    Sat. 8/16/14 5:30am Guido from Cologne:

Must run to get sth done.!
KILLER SHOW this morning!
Thanks so much Bill and see you next week!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:31am Fran:

True Bill - I think it was the shock of being told to have trim beards and less chunky knitwear - perhaps even a Bri Nylon side effect?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:40am Bill Mac:

Yeah, 70s fashions help put the faux in folk...
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:43am Fran:

For me the classic Steeleye albums are Please To See The King and Ten Man Mop or Mr Reservoir Butler Rides Again - coincides with the Martin Carthy era.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:43am Stanley:

I suppose nylon shirts were cool once. But not for long.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:45am Bill Mac:

I know I have 'King' - that'll be the first one I check out
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:45am Bill Mac:

@Stanley Howsabout platforms for that matter?
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:45am Fran:

Robert Fripp went into fashion and fabrics once but In The Court Of The Acrylic King, An Observation On Budget Knitwear didn't cut it with his loyal fans!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 5:49am Brian in UK:

Love the show Bill. Have a great weekend everyone.
And drive safely.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:49am northguineahills:

Off to bed, thanks Bill, nice late night sounds.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:49am Fran:

Now I must fire down the transistors, cool the radio valves, don some fashionable nylon garments and perform some shopping tasks. Another fine show you got me into. Have a good week all until next time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 5:49am Brian in UK:

Count Basie Orchestra on triangle. Thank you.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:49am Bill Mac:

Thanks guys, y'all come back next week you hear!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 8/16/14 5:50am Brian in UK:

Marlene Dietrich (formerly Crabtree)
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:50am Jay/London:

glad to get your show today i had no internet in France
see you next week Bill and all
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:51am Fran:

Long live Viv - Bill one week you need to play Sir Henry At Rawlinson End!!! Tatty bye all
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:52am Stanley:

Shit, Bill, picture yours truly:
(from the top)
shoulder length hair (unkempt)
bead choker
orange nylon shirt
leather wristband with ying-yang sign emosssed
big buckle leather belt
'V' knee two tone purple brushed cotton trousers slightly too short effecting the look of some maritime flags waving in the wind
...and black platform boots

dressed to kill!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:53am Stanley:

@Fran - YES!!!
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:54am Bill Mac:

@Stan - I wasn't far behind - but I think i backed off of the beads because of reprisals from... wellll... everybody!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:55am Stanley:

Like - hey punk, where you going with those beads around your neck?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 5:56am northguineahills:

It's like when they used to play the anthem at the beginning of the TV/radio broadcast day.
Avatar Sat. 8/16/14 5:59am ! I X Key !:

Awesome show I loved it
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 8/16/14 6:01am Stanley:

Solid gold show. Bill
Thanks.
Bye everyone. Til next time
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