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Options November 24, 2015: Peppermint Pie

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
Anton Barbeau  You and I   Options Antology Vol. 1  Lost Art  1999  0:01:52 ()
Don Muro  Oh I Love You   Options We All Need Each Other: The 1968–1969 Recordings  Flannelgraph  2015  0:07:35 ()
Gary Farr  Everyday (1968)   Options Take Something with You [bonus 7" track]  Sunbeam    0:10:07 ()
Khan  Hollow Stone   Options Space Shanty  Deram  1972  0:13:29 ()
The Pandamonium  I Know You (196?)   Options The Unreleased Album  Radioactive  2004  0:21:49 ()
 
The Troggs  Maybe the Madman   Options Mixed Bag  RE: BGO  1968  0:28:16 ()
Black Widow  Seduction   Options Sacrifice  RE: Repertoire  1970  0:30:30 ()
Bridget St. John  Jumble Queen   Options Jumble Queen  RE: BGO  1974  0:36:06 ()
Ilous & Decuyper   L'espoir   Options Ilous & Decuyper  RE: Lion  1971  0:39:28 ()
New Riders of the Purple Sage  All I Ever Wanted   Options New Riders of the Purple Sage  Columbia  1971  0:43:25 ()
Yes  Vevey (Revisited) (1976?)   Options Going for the One [bonus track]  Atlantic    0:48:01 ()
Judy Collins  Since You Asked   Options Wildflowers  Elektra  1967  0:52:45 ()
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  Find the Cost of Freedom (1970)   Options So Far  Atlantic  1974  0:55:22 ()
Pride  Proud Sorrow   Options Pride  RE: Wounded Bird  1970  0:57:20 ()
 
Iris  Chrysalide   Options Litanies  RE: O-Music  1972  1:03:46 ()
Paul Revere & the Raiders  Observations from Flight 285 (In 3/4 Time)   Options Something Happening  Columbia  1968  1:10:36 ()
The Peppermint Rainbow  Rosemary   Options Will You Be Staying After Sunday  RE: Collectors' Choice  1969  1:14:09 ()
Roger Ruskin Spear  Patrick Moore   Options Electric Shocks  RE: Esoteric  1972  1:16:14 ()
Pilot  55˚ North 3˚ West   Options Second Flight  RE: RPM  1975  1:20:48 ()
Mémoriance  Je Ne Sais Plus   Options Et Aprés  RE: Paisley Press  1976  1:25:03 ()
The Third Estate  Thought I Heard You Calling (1973)   Options Agonistes  Lion    1:33:46 ()
 
Tinkerbells Fairydust  Twenty Ten   Options Magic Garden  RE: Grapefruit  1969  1:40:24 ()
Sam Apple Pie  Winter of My Love   Options Sam Apple Pie  RE: Angel Air  1969  1:43:10 ()
Richie Blackmore's Rainbow  Catch the Rainbow   Options Richie Blackmore's Rainbow  Polydor  1975  1:50:20 ()
Beautiful Losers  Nobody Knows the Heaven (alternate version) (1975)   Options Nobody Knows the Heaven [bonus track]  Lion    1:56:50 ()
Leon Russell  Beware of Darkness   Options Leon Russell & the Shelter People  Shelter  1971  2:01:38 ()
McDonald & Giles  Flight of the Ibis   Options McDonald & Giles  Island  1970  2:06:17 ()
 
Peter Kaukonen  That's a Good Question   Options Black Kangaroo  Grunt  1972  2:12:30 ()
Steve Hackett  Star of Sirius   Options Voyage of the Acolyte  RE: EMI  1975  2:17:49 ()
Thirty Days Out  Forever   Options Thirty Days Out  RE: Wounded Bird  1972  2:24:56 ()
Tim Dawe  Sometimes Alone   Options Penrod  Straight  1969  2:28:52 ()
Roxy Music  Triptych   Options Country Life  Virgin  1974  2:33:01 ()
Ilous & Decuyper   Vous Mourrez Demain   Options Ilous & Decuyper  RE: Lion  1971  2:36:15 ()
Blonde on Blonde  Island on an Island   Options Contrasts  RE: Repertoire  1969  2:40:17 ()
Friends  Once in a Winter Town   Options Fragile  RE: Acme Lion  1972  2:43:20 ()
11.59  Trust in the Lord (Psalm 37)   Options This Our Sacrifice of Praise  RE: World Psychedelia  1974  2:45:17 ()
The Beatles  Sun King   Options Abbey Road  Apple  1969  2:49:23 ()
 
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:56:19 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hello all!

The playlist page seems a bit wonky today -- hopefully it'll behave itself.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:03pm V Priceless:

Hey Tony! It took some finagling to log-on to WFMU site, but here I yam!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

"You and I have fluffy yellow hair, but yours is more extensive."
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:05pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, VP!

RE: finnagling: I think the home page changes are also making the playlist page load really slowly.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:06pm Snortley:

Like last night, the web presence of the terrestrial station is shaky again, but the Drummer pages seem to be all right.
  Tue. 11/24/15 12:08pm tahomajohn:

TC live - yay! Playlist page is working fine for me... but the new WFMU home page is definitely wonky.... very slow to load.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:09pm βrian:

Wonky, indeed. They should've waited for Fabio's show to launch the web site. For the theme, I mean.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:12pm Tony Coulter:

The playlist page is really not working for me. It's loading SUPER-slowly, and I'm not seeing any of your comments, although I know they're there.

Carry on without me, I guess!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:12pm Tony Coulter:

AH -- suddenly everything popped up!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:14pm Tony Coulter:

Belated hellos, Snortley, tahomajohn, and βrian!!!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:14pm Charlie:

It seems everything FMU-related is not functioning properly right now. Took me a few tries to load the stream. Playlist comments took a long time to load too. Will be lurking in the background on and off while also doing some transcribing.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:15pm V Priceless:

as long as the music is working, who needs my three cents? : )
  Tue. 11/24/15 12:16pm tahomajohn:

my comment took a few minutes to come through... but the tunes are coming through clean and fine!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Charlie! I know you rang because I see the top of your message within the internal accuplaylist machinery -- yet I don't see your message here.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:16pm Rich in Washington:

Hmmm..
Had to take the goat path to finally get to this show's playlist. The entire WFMU site's slow or broken.
It's all gone pear shaped, as they say.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:19pm Tony Coulter:

Heya Rich!

Goat path to the moon!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:23pm Rich in Washington:

the new machinery keeps logging me out.
As tohomajohn says, the music's working fine, with nary a hitch.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:23pm northguineahills:

@Rich: That would explain all of the goat droppings on the toepath I took. Talk about out of the way!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:26pm βrian:

Dreaming of Bûcheron. (Speaking of goats.)
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:30pm Tony Coulter:

So, I seem to currently be living at least 10 minutes in the past when it comes to this playlist. Hope I won't be too disoriented by all the new technological inventions when I finally catch up.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:32pm Tony Coulter:

I'm here! Wait, how do you make phone calls with this thing?

By the way, today's show will pretty much focus exclusively on '60s & '70s psych, folk, and prog -- just because....
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:34pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, NGH!
  Tue. 11/24/15 12:38pm Santos L Halper:

Go as far back as you want Tony, just take me with you!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:42pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Santos! I'm here again.

Things were so much better back in the day, 10 minutes ago.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 12:54pm V Priceless:

Remember the future...or something like that!
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:11pm Dean:

From Khan forward, fine caulking music, although I'm a crappy caulker.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:11pm Carmichael:

Boy, it took an act of Congress to finally arrive here. Heya Tony peeps.
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:15pm Santos L Halper:

Forward into the past!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:19pm Carmichael:

This represents my 2nd attempt to post a hello. If I post every 10 minutes, ....
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:20pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Carmichael & Dean!

I know you're here even though I can't really see you, trapped as I am in the distant past of the 10–15 minutes ago era.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:22pm Uncle Michael:

Those that remember the future are doomed. let me repeat that...
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:23pm Tony Coulter:

Uncle Mikey! Greets!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:24pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Who has carrot cake?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:28pm Tony Coulter:

Weird. Now the comments are loading a little faster, but the tracklist part of the playlist is getting even slower. Oh well, just enjoy (or try to enjoy) the sounds....

Hola, Rev. Turnip!
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:29pm Blue Boy:

Who Is LP Cover On Playlist?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:30pm V Priceless:

we need someone who perhaps can construct a mnemonic memory circuit using stone knives and bearskins.....btw, great show, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:30pm Charlie:

It's odd, after becoming accustomed to the instant gratification of playlist update and live comments, to have this kind of disjointed thing happening.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:32pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Took about 10 minutes for the Carrot Cake to manifest above, for what it's worth. Sorry to have missed the Space Shanty track; haven't spun that one in a pig's age.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:32pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Blue Boy! It's not an album cover -- it's a collage I found somewhere online. Unfortunately, I can't remember the artist's name.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:32pm Webhamster Henry:

There's a little DNS trouble going on .. the homepage is back to its 2007 version
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:35pm Tony Coulter:

And now everything works! Nice to see you 2007, my old friend!

Greetings, Webhamster!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:35pm JtotheK:

hi everyone!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:36pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, JtotheK!
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:38pm Dean:

What's everybody doing for Turkey Day? I don't mean Thanksgiving.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:41pm Tony Coulter:

As a vegetarian, I celebrate Stuffing Day instead. We all have a blast stuffing everything in sight with breadcrumbs.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:43pm Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, all Coulteranians! Looks like WFMU's website has reverted back to the old design. Hopefully, that means no more wonkitude.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:43pm V Priceless:

if it ain't broke....
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:44pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Doug!

Yes, on my end at least everything is once again wonk-free. Long live 2007!
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:45pm Dean:

Hrrmmmm. I'm seeing November 2015. Hard refresh didn't dispell the cache...
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:45pm Dean:

Or is DNS catching up?
  Tue. 11/24/15 1:46pm Dean:

I didn't spel dispell correctly.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:49pm Doug Schulkind:

Double you eff em single you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:54pm Uncle Michael:

Still seeing the new design.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 1:56pm Carmichael:

Mee two ...
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:56pm Doug Schulkind:

Using Chrome as my browser, I am getting the old WFMU front page. It was with Chrome that I was seeing the redesign last night. Weird.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:57pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

Hi Tony,
Only just been able to find you - the new WFMU homepage has no link to GTDS - and the one that is there with a play sign is not working!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:57pm Doug Schulkind:

I am seeing the old front page via Firefox and Safari, too.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:58pm V Priceless:

it's a mad house...a mad house!!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 1:58pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

you mean WFMU are abandoning the new home page?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:00pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Vandalism Generator!

No the new page is here to stay -- hopefully some issues regarding alternate streams will get sorted out.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Is no one else seeing the old wfmu.org front page?!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:01pm Tony Coulter:

I think the current return to the old page is just temporary, while some glitches get ironed out.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:02pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

is this going to be a 60/70s show only (please I hope so)?
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:02pm Dean:

Firefox and Chrome on a Windows laptop: both new.

Speaking of Vandalism Generator, that "double you," Doug, was a Peter Hamill plagiarism.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 2:02pm mauri:

I'm seeing it.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:02pm Tony Coulter:

@ Vandalism Generator! Yes, nothing but '60s and '70s stuff today!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:03pm Doug Schulkind:

I am guessing that folks behind the scenes are madly trying to iron out the bugs. I hope no one calls PETA about the poor critters.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:04pm Tony Coulter:

@ Doug: I'm seeing the new page design as well. Yet, there must have been some sort of switch, because everything suddenly started working again.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:04pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I recently read in the Robert Wyatt biography that "Beware of Darkness" was considered for the first Matching Mole album. That would have been interesting.

Hi Tony!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:04pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

great, great, great, - although there is a lot to be said for freeform - I always seem to go back to the playlists that follow a pattern - like as if DJ Shadow or cut chemist were cutting a mix!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Canterbury wood-elf!

Very interesting Matching Mole tidbit!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:06pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

yes - CW-E - thought this was soft machine, national health related!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:07pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

McDonald GILES?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:08pm Tony Coulter:

Ian McDonald & Michael Giles (of King Crimson fame)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 2:08pm mauri:

ah those pots pots patapata pots drumsounds are the best.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:08pm Marie:

Lovely! Hi Tony!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:08pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Marie ... and Mauri too!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:09pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

can confirm the Steven Wilson remixes of Fragile - Yes, and Gentle Giant - Octopus are really excellent.
He seems to be able to put in the x factor that makes them sound like they did in the 70s - atmosphere, prog symphonic niceness!
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:10pm Dean:

Was listening last night to CttE outtakes, including several minutes of Steve Howe strumming and humming, trying to birth a song.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:10pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

DS - CONFIRM USING IE WFMU homepage is the new one.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:12pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

likewise the Queen live at the Odean 1975 - is full of prog niceness!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:13pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

is'nt this the Quah album?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:14pm Tony Coulter:

Nopers. It's Peter K.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:14pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

always thought Airplane lost their way with the Volunteers album!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:18pm V Priceless:

yeah! SH's has been featuring this live, of late!
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:18pm Dean:

Good gosh, this is a pleasant surprise. Love this Hackett.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:19pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

Doug - GTDS listen now link is not working - it just says page not found.
The Listen button on top will take you to the GTDS program schedule.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:19pm Tony Coulter:

Sad stream news: Today is Peter Nelson's last show. Be sure to listen in after my show and wish him godspeed.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:20pm Dean:

Also viewed an interview from 1973 with Genesis last night. Gabriel claimed to have lived with Bowie for three years and to have studied carefully Alice Cooper's stage work. He was trolling the interviewer.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:20pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

whats happened? PN shows are great! Doug why have you removed him from the schedule!
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:20pm Dean:

Bummer! Won't be able to listen to Peter live. Very sorry to hear he's leaving.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:21pm V Priceless:

@ Dean: my better half was just telling me about that interview! Ha!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:22pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

wonderful track - Tony - never heard Hackett solo before
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:22pm Dean:

@VP: You know, sometimes it's hard to accept mere coincidence as such.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:23pm Tony Coulter:

I once heard an interview with Sun Ra in which he claimed he had been talking to Scriabin on the phone.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:24pm V Priceless:

though I think PG meant "lived with Bowie" in the figurative sense of watching him evolve as a performer...
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:24pm Marie:

The keyboard sound is so distinctive. The singer's voice reminds me of Phil Collins...
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:24pm SeanG:

remember GTR? hahaha
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:25pm Dean:

Maybe it was one of those tin can and string gizmos. I wonder if Sun Ra ever listened to Sorabji's music.

No, @VP, he meant roomed with Bowie.

@Marie: That's 'cuz it is PC!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:25pm Tony Coulter:

@ Marie: It is Phil Collins!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:25pm V Priceless:

indeed, Dean. We'll never get the Modern Dance.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:27pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

Modern Dance - talking of that has anyone heard the Pere ubu boxset 1975-78? is it any good?
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:27pm V Priceless:

@ Dean: yeah? Hmm...I'll have to explore that...fascinating.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:30pm Dean:

It's pretty clear Gabriel was offended by and responding passive-aggressively to questions about the degree to which Bowie and Alice influenced his theatrics. So he pretended that, indeed, he was a devoted student of both. Rutherford or Hackett chimed in to explain that Gabriel had to earn his keep with the band, hence the costumes and dancing around. Everybody chuckled.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:30pm V Priceless:

no @ VG - but hard to imagine it's anything other than great, given that period in the band's catalog.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:32pm Blue Boy:

@V.G. Great P.Ubu Period/The Live CD/Manhhattan a great live concert.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 2:33pm Stanley:

Roxy!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:33pm V Priceless:

haha Dean. That's great! Hackett's hitting the left coast in April '16 - treat yourself to catching him live if you can. Brilliant gig - superb band.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:34pm VANDALISM GENERATOR:

Tony,
Do you like stuff on the Korean label Big Pink - obscure 70s singer songwriter reissues?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 11/24/15 2:34pm Stanley:

Oops, where's my manners.
GreetingsTony and listeners
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:34pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Stanley!
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:35pm Dean:

Might have to indulge, VP. I've heard him live only once, with Genesis, at Starlight Amphitheater in Burbank, 1976. The highlight was the evening's drummer, Mr. Bruford.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:36pm Tony Coulter:

@ Vandalism Generator: I do have a few of those Big Pink reissues, yes, A lot of them seem to be boots and are not mastered well -- but they have made some really good stuff much more available.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:39pm V Priceless:

very cool, Dean - love Bruford! Yeah, Hackett's set has now morphed into a perfect blend of his new solo material, 'classic' solo stuff, and the less-played Genesis gems - don't want to give away any spoilers! Lotsa bang for the buck!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:42pm Doug Schulkind:

According to Ken F at WFMU, the station reverted the website back to the old design after the new site broke down. If you are still seeing the new front page at wfmu.org, then it must be some weird browser/cache issue.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:44pm Dean:

Bruford's autobiography is well worth a read. To write about himself he is compelled to write about music, technology, the business, and with little respect for linear chronology.
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:47pm Dean:

I used Chrome just today, never before on this machine, and having cleared cache and browser history, I still see the new site. I'm guessing the old site resolves to the old IP address, the new site to a new one. The DNS that serves my ISP must not have updated its records yet.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:48pm Tony Coulter:

Don't forget to tune in to Peter's farewell show immediately following this program.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:48pm Rich in Washington:

the new site seemed to exclude the GTDR stream's current show from its front page. Made visiting a live show rather difficult.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:49pm Rich in Washington:

DAMN IT, PETER! WHY?
Really dig his show and it's nice to have a live show after the Tony show.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:50pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich RE new site: That may change soon, I'm told. It clearly is a problem for us alternate streamers.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:51pm Doug Schulkind:

@Rich in Washington
There was a link to GTDR, but you had to click on the "Give the Drummer Radio." That wasn't obvious and confused many.

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
As Tony mentioned, Peter Nelson is up next on the Drummer Stream with Eclectic Music for Mind and Bodhi. And it will be Peter's final broadcast. Please keep tuned in, and visit Peter's playlist to wish him well:

wfmu.org...
  Tue. 11/24/15 2:52pm Santos L Halper:

Wonderful show Tony. So great to hear 3 hours of an era/genre i love, yet still be 75% new to me. Ignorance becomes bliss...
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:53pm V Priceless:

super show, Tony! Thanks! Have a great holiday!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:55pm Rich in Washington:

@Doug: I see it (my browser is still hung up on the new page). You use the stream titles like radio buttons and it changes the playlist title, if there's a live show.
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:55pm Rich in Washington:

Thanks, Tony! Great show! Happy turkey day!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks everyone!! See you next week!
Avatar Tue. 11/24/15 2:58pm Tony Coulter:

... and Happy Holidays to you all!!
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