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Options January 20, 2016: FRESH DRESSED | American Hip Hop 1979 - 1989
Classic and rare hip hop from the year it went on record to the hottest day of the last summer of the eighties.

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
 
Music behind DJ:
Bodega Pop 
Intro   Options Bodega Pop Live  2015     
Fatback Band + Tim Washington  King Tim III (Personality Jock)   Options   1979  By most accounts, the first recorded rap song (March 25, 1979)  0:04:42 ()
Brand Nubian  Brand Nubian   Options [single]  1989    0:09:38 ()
Kool Moe Dee  I Go to Work   Options Knowledge Is King  1989    0:12:57 ()
Run-DMC  Walk This Way   Options Raising Hell  1986    0:17:36 ()
Paulett + Tanya Winley  Rhymin & Rappin   Options   1979  By a few other accounts, this was the first recorded /released rap song, but I don't know the month ... can anyone supply?  0:22:34 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Beat Box Master Quick 
Scratch Attack   Options       0:28:10 ()
Grandmaster Flaash  The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel   Options   1981    0:34:32 ()
Eric B. & Rakim  I Ain't No Joke   Options Paid in Full  1987    0:41:58 ()
The Fat Boys  Human Beat Box   Options   1984    0:45:19 ()
Schoolly D  I Don't Like Rock 'N' Roll   Options Schoolly D  1985    0:47:23 ()
Digital Underground  Doowutchyalike   Options   1989    0:52:42 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Salt-N-Pepa 
My Mic Sounds Nice (Instrumental)   Options   1987    1:01:44 ()
Salt-N-Pepa  Beauty and the Beat   Options Hot, Cool & Vicious  1986    1:08:01 ()
Sir Mix-a-Lot  Square Dance Rap   Options Swass  1988    1:12:01 ()
N.W.A.  Fuck tha Police   Options Straight Outta Compton  1988    1:16:25 ()
Afrika Bambaataa  Planet Rock   Options   1982    1:22:32 ()
De La Soul  Me Myself and I   Options Three Feet High and Rising  1989    1:27:19 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Mantronix 
Jamming on the Groove   Options   1985    1:30:39 ()
Doug E Fresh + MC Ricky D  La Di Da Di   Options   1985    1:37:01 ()
Beastie Boys  Shadrach   Options Paul's Boutique  1989    1:40:58 ()
3rd Bass  Flippin' off the Wall with Lucy Ball   Options The Cactus Album  1989    1:44:54 ()
CC Crew  CC Crew Rap   Options   1980    1:48:33 ()
MC Tee + Mantronix  Fresh Is the Word   Options   1985    1:59:06 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Super Jay 
Super Jay Love Theme   Options   1980    2:04:46 ()
Boogie Down Productions  South Bronx   Options Criminal Minded  1986    2:10:22 ()
Queen Latifah  Wrath of My Madness   Options All Hail the Queen  1989    2:14:58 ()
Fab Five Freddy  Down By Law   Options Wild Style  1983    2:18:54 ()
Jungle Brothers  Straight Out of the Jungle   Options Straight out of the Jungle  1988    2:19:53 ()
Kurtis Blow  Hard Times   Options Kurtis Blow  1980    2:23:48 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Davy DMX 
Davy's Groove   Options   198X    2:28:10 ()
The Sugar Hill Gang  Rapper's Delight   Options   1979    2:32:19 ()
Brother D + The Collective Effort  How We Gonna Make the Black Nation Rise?   Options   1980    2:46:29 ()
Spoonie Gee  The Godfather   Options The Godfather of Rap  1987    2:52:26 ()
Public Enemy  Fight the Power   Options   1989    2:56:50 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Catrina Paslaru 
Hei La Bodega   Options Hei La Bodega - Carnaval!  2000    3:01:24 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 6:59pm ndbob:

evening Gary and everyone!
  Wed. 1/20/16 6:59pm David in Cleveland:

Good evening, Bodegans..
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:01pm Gary:

Hey Bob and David!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:02pm cklequ:

"The hottest day of the last summer of the eighties" is an incredibly specific ending point.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:04pm listener james from westwood:

I know where I was probably working that day!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:05pm hyde:

hey all. i can almost never make it here right on time, but i made a special effort for this one when i saw the theme.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:05pm Gary:

Cklequ! James! Hyde!
Avatar    Wed. 1/20/16 7:05pm Polyus:

Hello Gary
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:06pm Gary:

Polyus!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:06pm northguineahills:

I think I have MAYBE 45 minutes of '79 hiphop on vinyl, although I've never been accused of being a hiphop specialist.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:07pm David in Cleveland:

Should be an interesting show. I moved from the country to Cleveland.. was mesmerized by rap in mid '80s.. BDP, Public Enemy. Saw Black Sheep open for English rock band James.. that was super cool. Early rap was silly (Dana Dane) and serious (Grandmaster Flash)
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:07pm Gary:

Impressive, NGH!
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:08pm Sam Segal:

Listening live from the YMCA treadmill...keep me moving, Gary!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:08pm Gary:

One thing I've noticed having gotten recently so immersed, is exactly what you say, David -- conscious rap begins 1980 (we'll be hearing the track, I think), despite a *lot* of party / silly stuff coming out the same time
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:09pm northguineahills:

(mostly 12"s and 45s, although I just found a resissue comp LP [just went through my shelves, as I' was curious])
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:09pm Gary:

Sam! Do you guys all know Sam's ridiculously great show on Monday nights? wfmu.org...
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:11pm listener james from westwood:

He does indeed!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:11pm ndbob:

I'll check it out Gary!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:11pm northguineahills:

ok, maybe 45 minutes from '79-'80 (checking the dates now).
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:12pm hyde:

i bought some sugar hill compilation record that had rapper's delight and a bunch of other stuff on it in maybe '80 or 81. that was the first i ever heard of hip hop, then onto pe, de la soul and bdp from there. this all sounds very early 80's white guy college student as i type it out.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:13pm Sam Segal:

Thanks for the plug! Things are off to a hot start.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:14pm northguineahills:

Outside of a Genesis and a GnR cassette, I never started buying music until '92, I got a late start as most of my friends started when they were 12, and I didn't get the bug until I was well past 16.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:14pm David in Cleveland:

Sampled some P-Funk there I see. Go go (genre of urban music) was popular in DC around this time
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:15pm Gary:

Okay, NGH, I think you've opened *that* floodgate. My first record I ever bought was American Graffiti. Followed by Yellow Submarine.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:15pm Flash Strap:

evenin' Gary!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:16pm hyde:

the first LP i ever bought was Are You Experienced (at Strawberries)
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:17pm Gary:

Flash! Thrilled to have you back on the stream
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:17pm Monica:

any "answer records" in the crates? pre-twitter, kool moe dee and LL cool J beefed via vinyl.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:18pm listener james from westwood:

Vinyl: Weird Al's first album
Cassette: Pac-Man Fever, Buckner & Garcia
CD: Compilation of Rossini overtures & Virgil Fox doing Bach organ works
iTunes: Elvis, "Viva Las Vegas"
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:18pm David in Cleveland:

My first single "Dazz" by Brick,
first album Heatwave "Too Hot
to Handle"
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:18pm hyde:

@Monica ooh, i loved those records
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:19pm Gary:

Monica!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:19pm hyde:

heh, i remember the chuckleheads i worked with on a painting crew in 1986 being totally bummed out that Aerosmith let this happen
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:21pm cklequ:

@James - Pac Man Fever on cassette...... Perfect.
I've still got that record kicking around somewhere
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:21pm David in Cleveland:

I was already starting to lose interest in rap when "Walk this Way" came out.. in'87 started collecting reggae and music of India. I appreciated the collaboration though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:21pm Carmichael:

Boy, if you wanna get here, don't use the FMU homepage ... Hiya Gary and radio pals.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:22pm Gary:

I didn't put together any beefs, Monica ... oh, except for a sort of beef, but not with other rap artists ... :)
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:22pm northguineahills:

Hmm, first cassette was Genesis "Invisible Touch", cd was Weird Al's "Fat" that I paid way too much for in a mall in Hong Kong, and outside of the Beatle LPs I pilfered from my dad, I believed the first vinyl I bought was a 7" from the FL band Common Thread in '92.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:22pm Gary:

Howdy, Carmichael!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:23pm Flash Strap:

thrilled to be back! I think my 1st purchase was an REM cassette, probably Life's Rich Pageant, as much as I'd like to say it was something by Neil Young
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:24pm northguineahills:

Gotta run some errands, will be back soon!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:25pm Gary:

See ya, NGH!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:26pm Flash Strap:

early rap girls sound SO COOL

like Shangri-Las cool
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:26pm ndbob:

My first purchase was "Introducing Herman's Hermits"
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:27pm Gary:

Totally agree, Flash -- this track is irresistible
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:28pm Monica:

definitely from the "awn and awn till the break of dawn" era.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:28pm David in Cleveland:

Flash, your tribute to David Bowie was very nice. Your words at the end especially moving. "Subterranean" wow
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:29pm Rich in Washington:

This is fantastic, Gary!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:30pm Flash Strap:

Thanks, Cleveland. That means a lot to hear
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:31pm Uncle Michael:

Good evening.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:31pm David in Cleveland:

Agree.. female rappers. Real Roxanne,
L'Trimm..
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:32pm Uncle Michael:

I have no hip hop cred.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:33pm Jill B.:

Hi Gary! Late but not forgotten!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:33pm cklequ:

This is freeform.
You are not permitted to bend the rules.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:33pm ndbob:

nor do I but...
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:34pm hyde:

@UM you'll always be street to us
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:34pm ndbob:

Hi Jill!
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:34pm Doug Schulkind:

Bodacious Pop Live!
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:34pm Jill B.:

Hey NoDak Bob!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:35pm Uncle Michael:

I'm not street. I'm yard.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:36pm Gary:

Michael! Mom! Doug!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:36pm Gary:

And Rich!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:36pm hyde:

i estimate that i played this song in my dorm room about 1,000,000,000 times
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:38pm Gary:

It boggles the mind that I hadn't ever heard it before last week. Now, White Lines, that's another story - I remember dancing to it in clubs in San Francisco in the 80s
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:41pm Monica:

During an interview on WFMU, Flash said he was going to melt down all his vinyl to be his casket rather than bequeath the collection to his son.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:42pm Uncle Michael:

Was his son a terrible disappointment to him?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:42pm Gary:

Wow ... that's intense!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:43pm Uncle Michael:

Are we getting any Bambaata?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:44pm Gary:

YES
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:44pm Gary:

I can scoot things earlier in the evening for anyone if they want / need -- just say the word
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:44pm Doug Schulkind:

This is the gold standard right here.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:45pm Monica:

Not at all. Flash was from the school where DJs soaked labels off their vinyl so the competition couldn't see where his breaks came from. Proprietary to the max.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:45pm listener james from westwood:

Human Beat Box!!
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:46pm Doug Schulkind:

DJ Monica in the Bodega!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:46pm Gary:

I scooted the next track up for Monica -- after Beat Box is the only beef song I've (knowingly) included ...
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:48pm hyde:

i bought that Fat Boys reissue a few years back that came in a case that looked like a pizza box
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:48pm Gary:

Does a beef with an entire genre of music count? :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:48pm Uncle Michael:

I recant. I have a two-degrees-of-separation association with Mohammed Bilal from MTV's Real Wold season three, San Francisco. He rapped.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:49pm Gary:

I remember that reissue!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:49pm Monica:

ex-shoe salesman on market street in philly!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:50pm Uncle Michael:

Mohammed is, Monica?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:52pm Gary:

I love that he's scratching the s#it out of Joan Jett's record on this
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:52pm Monica:

schooly d @michael.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 7:53pm Uncle Michael:

Ah...thanks.
  Wed. 1/20/16 7:53pm David in Cleveland:

Gary, Chuck D of Public Enemy said "F--- Elvis & John Wayne!"
By the way do you know "Hip Hop Rules" by Boogie Down Productions? It wasn't a single
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:54pm hyde:

holy heck, this tune. you're killing me.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:55pm ndbob:

excellent first hour Gary! catch the rest on the archive
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 7:56pm Gary:

I'll be playing something by Boogie Down Productions, but I don't have that track, David ... night, Bob!
Avatar    Wed. 1/20/16 8:00pm Polyus:

Some early Salt N Pepa would be great.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:01pm Gary:

Funny you should say that, Polyus ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:01pm melinda:

Digital Underground...these guys are great.
Avatar    Wed. 1/20/16 8:02pm Polyus:

Oh man I know how to call it!
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:02pm David in Cleveland:

Ah OK, thanks, Gary. It's actually more dance hall reggae than rap. Another cool song is Son of Bazerk's "Change the Style" (with cool metal ending) but it's from '90 or '91.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:03pm hyde:

i too love the library so much
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:05pm hyde:

it was a pizza box
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 8:06pm Ike:

Hello! This playlist looks fresh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/20/16 8:08pm Uncle Michael:

Meters!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:09pm Gary:

Iiiike!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:09pm Gary:

OMG, I love Son of Bazerk, but I couldn't find anything pre-1990 ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:10pm melinda:

De La Soul at any point?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:11pm Gary:

Melinda! Yes, and lemme know if you want to hear them earlier than later
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:12pm Carol:

Spinderella!! I saw Salt n Pepa at a univ in England in the early 90s. they were amazing of course but it was kinda wrong
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:13pm Gary:

Carooool! ... why wrong?
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:13pm David in Cleveland:

hyde, are you a fan of hyde
of Japanese rock band L'Arc~en~Ciel?
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:13pm Carol:

+1 Bambaata request
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:13pm Carol:

the audience (myself obvs incl) was nowhere near cool enough
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:14pm Gary:

Okay, I'll push Bambaataa up ...
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:15pm hyde:

@David i only know that band by name association. i don't think i've heard them.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:16pm Gary:

Carol, you are _cool enough for every situation_
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:17pm Carol:

MDR! this show is the greatest
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:17pm David in Cleveland:

hyde is super talented..

Why does Sir Mix-a-Lot sound so different than on "Baby Got Back?"
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:20pm melinda:

Earlier on the De La Soul, please! Yes to Bambaata, too.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:21pm listener james from westwood:

ahhhh, love that the stream permits the "airing" of this!
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:23pm Carol:

you know it's him in like 3 notes
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:25pm melinda:

Planet Rock!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:27pm Gary:

The arbitrariness of us being allowed to play that and the terrestrial station being able to play it is especially ironic now that kids probably are tethered to their smartphones and computers where they can hear it, and probably don't listen to radio as much as older generations
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:28pm melinda:

Weird, isn't it?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:28pm listener james from westwood:

de la!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:30pm melinda:

Three Feet High and Rising is so good. I like continually discovering the original sources of their samples years later.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:30pm hyde:

ooh, three feet high and rising. this and paul's boutique are the high water mark of sampled music for me. 1989 was like the last year anyone could do this legally this liberally.
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:31pm Carol:

I can't count the hours I spent glued to my boombox praying the DJ would play songs I wanted to tape. also, I was just thinking that this show is going to be a regular work soundtrack. <3 irony
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:32pm melinda:

Thanks for pandering!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:33pm melinda:

3 Feet High was one of the 3 hip hop cassettes I had then too, it got me interested in the genre and then I didn't venture much further.
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:34pm Dean:

Well, the airwaves are a relatively scarce commodity, a factor that prompted early government regulation. The Internet, despite its origins as a government initiative, has expanded epidemically, one might say. So, even though radio stations, like ISPs and services who conduct business online, are private, they owe their legal existence to government oversight. Not so much the ISPs, etc. Long story short, that there isn't (so far) an FCC of the 'net isn't exactly arbitrary.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:36pm hyde:

i'm enjoying the highway, honestly.
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:38pm Carol:

we did love it, and it is problematic, but as a film it's pretty outstanding.
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:39pm David in Cleveland:

I saw "Alvin and the Chipmunks." -__-
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:39pm Gary:

Thanks for that, Dean ... and, HI!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:42pm hyde:

ah, there they are. love these boys.
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:46pm David in Cleveland:

It use to aggravate me when the Beastie Boys were labeled as alternative. I liked 3rd Bass more
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:56pm David in Cleveland:

Cool show. Once every two years
is enough for me >__<
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 8:56pm steve:

hey Gary
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:56pm Doug Schulkind:

I did 3rd Bass, too!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:57pm Gary:

Steve!
  Wed. 1/20/16 8:57pm Doug Schulkind:

I dug DUG 3rd Bass. I never DID 3rd Bass. Not that there's anything wrong it.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 8:58pm Gary:

Doug, you must have gotten *past* 3rd bass ... don't you have an offspring?
  Wed. 1/20/16 9:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Are you asking if I scored?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:03pm hyde:

this conversation makes me uncomfortable
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:03pm Gary:

There's a really bad bookmaker's joke in here somewhere, but I would need a fresh cup of coffee to pull it off
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:09pm hyde:

Licensed to Ill is the one with the airplane
  Wed. 1/20/16 9:13pm David in Cleveland:

I thought this was over at 9:00. lol
Have to go out.. adios, friends
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:14pm Gary:

Have a great night out, David!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:22pm hyde:

whoa, Jungle Brothers. i think i still have my vinyl for this one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 9:28pm steve:

goddam i love this stuff, will have to catch the first two hours on the archive
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/20/16 9:28pm steve:

my fav oldschool mc is probably Slick Rick
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:33pm hyde:

you have to play this. you just have to.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:33pm listener james from westwood:

First time I heard "Rapper's Delight" as a kid I was just, like, can they DO this?! This song is so long!! Very mind-expanding.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:33pm Gary:

I didn't really feel like I had a choice, true
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:35pm Gary:

I think the very very very first "rap" song I ever heard was Rapture
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:38pm hyde:

if there's one thing this show has proved to me, it's that my pc to ipal sound setup up here is pretty inadequate, bass-wise.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:40pm Gary:

Hmmm, that could be my end, Hyde. I mean, I'm hearing deep bass, but that's before it goes out of the mixer and into the 2007 Macbook and out into the ether
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:43pm hyde:

in any case, it's just funny--it's something i never really noticed before, but old school hip hop really brings it out!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:46pm Ham:

i wonder if this is the longest rap song recorded? ..maybe close to it.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:48pm Gary:

Hi Ham! It might be Østkyst Hustlers' "Verdens Længste Rap"
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:51pm Gary:

Although further research suggests not
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:51pm Ham:

ah, i'll have to look it up.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:52pm Gary:

Okay, maybe this: www.youtube.com...
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:53pm Ham:

ha! that has to be it, an hour & 23min. pretty funny.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:55pm Gary:

We're gonna go like 2-3 minutes over, if that's okay.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:56pm hyde:

the software refuses to let me clicky star this track. unpossible!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:56pm Gary:

Try again, I might have been adding info?
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:57pm Ham:

spoonie gee is the godfather, go figure.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:58pm hyde:

ha, yeah that worked. this show was amazing. thanks so much.
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 9:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Terminator X!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 10:02pm listener james from westwood:

Smashing survey, Gary!
Avatar Wed. 1/20/16 10:05pm Gary:

Have a terrific evening, everyone!
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