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A combination of collage, new experimental records and other bits and bobs, Mid-Valley Mutations is a tour through the mind of Austin Rich, who has been broadcasting in some form since 1998. Heavily influenced by Dr Demento, Don Joyce and old fashioned College Radio, Austin creates Audio Essays on a variety of subjects, and even just plays records, from time to time. Sometimes Live music and Interviews will grace the program, helping create a situation where you don't really know what you're going to hear, when you tune in. What you need to know is when you enter the Mid-Valley region, be prepared for the Musical Mutations... in whatever form they take.

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Favoriting February 22, 2022: The Language and Music of The Wolves: A Momentary Lapse of Reason Retrospective

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Our Lasting, Erroneous Impression
Robert Redford  The Wolf You Never Knew [Excerpts]   Favoriting The Language and Music of The Wolves   
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Paco Jones 

A Momentary Lapse of Reason (Theme Song)   Favoriting

Written For This Program in 2014. 

 

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The Thelonious Monk Quartet And Pee Wee Russell  Blue Monk   Favoriting Miles & Monk At Newport   
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Peter Sellers  [Excerpts]   Favoriting Hoffman   
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Salvador Dali  [Excerpts]   Favoriting ... on Paranoic Critical Method 1963   
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Orson Welles  ... discusses the effect of violent films   Favoriting Talk Collection  BBC 4 
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The Relaxed Wife  Stress Relief With Tranquilizers   Favoriting    
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Patrick McGoohan  [Excerpts]   Favoriting ... interviewed by Warner Troyer for Ontario Educational Communications Authority, March 1977   
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Frank Zappa  [Excerpt]   Favoriting On The Record Industry and MTV   
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  The Mirror Scene   Wings of Desire   
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Miles Davis  Straight, No Chaser   Favoriting Miles & Monk At Newport   
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Katherine Hepburn  [Excerpts]   Favoriting 60 Mins Interview with Morly Safer   
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Patrick McGoohan  [Excerpts]   Favoriting ... interviewed by Warner Troyer for Ontario Educational Communications Authority, March 1977   
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  Peter Falk Scene   Wings of Desire   
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On The Flip Side

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Martin Denny 

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Hypnotique 

 

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Flip Wilson  Twenty Minutes of Silence   Favoriting You Devil You   
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Vanilla Fudge  Break Song   Favoriting Near the Beginning   
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Flip Wilson & Redd Foxx  The Church of What's Happening Now   Favoriting    
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The Firesign Theater  40 Great Unclaimed Melodies!   Favoriting Dear Friends   
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Albert Brooks  "Real Life" Trailer   Favoriting    
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Richard Nixon  Checkers Speech   Favoriting    
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George Carlin w/ Flip Wilson  What's Happening News   Favoriting    
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Lilly Tomlin  Alexander Graham Bell   Favoriting This Is A Recording   
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  Telephone Courtesy Educational Film      
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George Carlin w/ Flip Wilson  WINO Radio   Favoriting    
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How To Win At Conversation With Mom

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Martin Denny 

St. Louis Blues   Favoriting

Hypnotique 

 

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Daniel Kibblesmith  How To Win At Conversations With Mom   Favoriting    
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The Wayne Mason Trio  [Most of A Side]   Favoriting LIVE! at the La Pesada   
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Kermit Schafer  [Excerpts]   Favoriting All Time Great Bloopers (6 Record Set)   
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The Relaxed Wife  Stress Relief With Tranquilizers   Favoriting    
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Etiquette Lessons  Cindy Goes To A Party   Favoriting    
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Anita Bryant  Drugs Are Like That   Favoriting    
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Man… Or Astro-Man?  Evert 1 Pipkin   Favoriting Made From Technitium   
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Music behind DJ:
Man… Or Astro-Man? 

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Made From Technitium 

 

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All Of The Drugs My Parents Did Not Do
Glozell Green  I Hate Cilantro, It's Gross   Favoriting    
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  [Excerpts From One Of Miss Rikki's Musical LPs]      
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Pan Am Films  Traveling Through Time   Favoriting    
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  [Excerpts From One Of Miss Rikki's LPs]   Hear How To Touch Type   
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Etiquette Lessons  Cindy Goes To A Party   Favoriting    
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Anita Bryant  Drugs Are Like That   Favoriting    
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Frank Capra  Excerpts   Favoriting Our Mr. Sun   
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Educational Film  Act Your Age   Favoriting    
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Coronet Films  You And Your Parents   Favoriting    
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There Is Not A Rhinoceros In This Room

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Jackie Davis 

Glow Worm Cha-Cha-Cha   Favoriting

Mondo Exotica: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1 

 

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Lionel Hampton with Rhythm and Reeds  ‘Round Midnight   Favoriting Golden Vibes   
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Bertrand Russell  There Is Not A Rhinoceros In This Room   Favoriting Lecture - Wesley Cecil   
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Charlie Parker, Tadd Dameron & Curley Russell  Move   Favoriting Live Sessions   
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Robert Redford  The Wolf You Never Knew [Excerpts]   Favoriting The Language and Music of The Wolves   
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Salvador Dali  [Excerpts]   Favoriting ... on Paranoic Critical Method 1963   
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Carlie Parker, Kenny Dorham, Al Haig, Nelson Boyd & Max Roach  Hot House   Favoriting Live Sessions   
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Fannie Flagg  Sylvia Miller UFO Abduction   Favoriting Fernwood Tonight   
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Bette Davis  Excerpts   Favoriting The Dick Cavett Show   
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  “What Ever Happened To Baby Jayne?” [Excerpt]      
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Katherine Hepburn  Excerpts   Favoriting The Dick Cavett Show   
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Epilogue

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X 

I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts   Favoriting

Beyond & Back: The X Anthology 

 

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Glozell Green  I Hate Cilantro, It's Gross   Favoriting    
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Bruce Springsteen  Open All Night   Favoriting Nebraska   
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Henry Miller  Excerpts   Favoriting The Henry Miller Odyssey 1969   
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Phillip Seymour Hoffman  Excerpts   Favoriting Almost Famous   
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  Jeffrey Lee Pierce on What's Wrong With Everything   1989 Interview   
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The Dead Milkmen  I Hear Your Name   Favoriting Eat Your Paisley   
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Robert Redford  The Wolf You Never Knew [Excerpts]   Favoriting The Language and Music of The Wolves   
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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm
Austin Rich:

Good Hello!
  8:32pm
MissRikki:

Greetings
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm
Austin Rich:

I love it! The "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" band is getting back together.

Tuna free, I see.
  8:47pm
MissRikki:

Gotta save the dolphins, I suppose
Avatar 9:00pm
Mr Fab:

What's goin on here? Wolves? Dolphins? Mutants?
Avatar 🎸 9:02pm
HyperDose:

Here we go 🤠
Avatar 🎸 9:02pm
Geoff-U:

Good eve
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
Austin Rich:

We used to do this show at KPSU in Portland many years ago... and this show is some of our best on-air moments. I'm providing the turntables and other samples, and Miss Rikki provided "word salad" from a variety of sources, including the computer and CD players.
Avatar 🎸 9:04pm
Geoff-U:

The Tuesday Rock Block: this show from 6-8 and then KBOO's The Melting Pot from 8-10pm
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Austin Rich:

Good Hello, Mr. Fab and Geoff-U!
Avatar 9:04pm
Mr. X:

Word salad is nutritious.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Austin Rich:

Miss Rikki: any insight into your audio input?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Austin Rich:

Mr. X! Good to see you!
  9:05pm
Miss Rikki:

Piled on for maximum consumption
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Will the Sound Guy:

Hi Austin Rich and all!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Austin Rich:

I'll have to check out the Melting Pot. I'm not familiar.

Will! Good to see you!
  9:06pm
Miss Rikki:

I generally chose bits of quotes from throughout pop culture that fit the subliminal messages required for that show
  9:07pm
Miss Rikki:

Some of us forget the greatest speeches never aired
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Austin Rich:

For some reason, at PSU, I got a certain amount of free design work from the Design Department. So we commissioned the "logo" for "A Momentary Lapse of Reason: A Radio Almanac" from them.
  9:07pm
andrewBunny:

Good Hello, dear friends
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Austin Rich:

If anyone can identify these clips, I'll update the playlist later.

Good Hello, AndrewBunny!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
postconsumer:

loving this!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
Austin Rich:

Additionally, my friend Paco Jones - who has composed a number of theme songs for me - did the theme song for our show, and I even paid him for it! I used it every show, except maybe the first couple? Paco does great work.
  9:09pm
andrewBunny:

Robert Redford's Wolf Record?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
postconsumer:

live, improvised sound collage?
  9:09pm
Miss Rikki:

Paco is brilliant
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Austin Rich:

That's from my collection! The redford / wolves record. Great for samples.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Austin Rich:

I think it's in the playlist?
  9:10pm
Miss Rikki:

It is
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Austin Rich:

I know I had found this Miles & Monk album at a thrift store in rural WA just before this show, and brought it in to see if it would play all the way through. it did!
  9:11pm
andrewBunny:

I found a copy @RPM Records here in Traverse City in the free bin (IIRC)!
  9:12pm
andrewBunny:

<scrolls up and looks at playlist> Ooops!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
Krys O.:

Gotta get some sleep. Have a great reunion!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
Austin Rich:

We had two turntables, we had five CD players, we had a computer, an auxiliary cord that was often for my iPod, and a few other things... phone, six mics, etc...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
Austin Rich:

Thanks Krys O!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
Austin Rich:

We had bands on a few times. We would play albums we didn't know and review them on the air, while the song was playing. This is only a small slice of our shenanigans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
Krys O.:

Ah, looks like NVM gets a guitar too.
Avatar 9:13pm
Mr Fab:

that sounded like Zappa
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
Austin Rich:

It was often controlled chaos.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
postconsumer:

nice. my show used to have a second hour, where we would do a live improv thing. controlled chaos, definitely!
Avatar 9:14pm
Mr. X:

Typical predator: I am doing you a favor by eating you. Your herd will grow stronger."
Prey: "Yeah. Thanks a lot. If it wasn't for you, we wouldn't need to be stronger!"
Avatar 9:15pm
Mr Fab:

haha Mr. X.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15pm
Austin Rich:

I worked for the school that was attached to the radio station at the time. Since I had alluni status, I could have a show. So I would get off work, go to the nearest bar, prep for the show, then meet up with Rikki. We'd compare notes, and then we'd be on the air.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm
Austin Rich:

In the morning, before work, I would pick out a bunch of records and CDs, and email out the "theme" for the show. Then we'd veer WAY off theme, most of the time.
Avatar 9:17pm
Mr. X:

I'm a few minutes lagged, due to crappy Cottage Grove cable connection. My comments will all come too late, so bear with me.
  9:17pm
Miss Rikki:

For me, it was usually after a 12-hour work day, and hoping the ol' brain meats still spit something out
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17pm
Austin Rich:

Meh. We're all sort of in our "own time." That's very AMLOR.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Austin Rich:

We both worked too much. This was sort of a "Brain Dump" in a a lot of ways.
  9:18pm
andrewBunny:

WTUL back in New Orleans had a great show in the 70s when I was just getting into music called Bizzare Radio. They'd play birdsong records, sound fx tracks, things like Discreet Music all at the same time. It was my fave radio show.
  9:18pm
Miss Rikki:

Brain dump works
  9:24pm
Ellen Lovebug:

I'm here! I'm going to scroll up through the chat and see what I've missed, wow, that's a lot of chat!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
postconsumer:

KFAI in Minneapolis had a show, also, called Technological Retreat: archive.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27pm
Austin Rich:

Good Hello, Ellen! Always good to see you in the chat!
  9:27pm
andrewBunny:

thx, pc. just bookmarked that; i'll have to check it out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
Austin Rich:

Hmmmm. I need to check out that link, postconsumer...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
postconsumer:

Really enjoying the mix, Austin Rich. What year were you doing this again?
  9:29pm
Ellen Lovebug:

I loved doing college radio. I was on a talk show called Access. I was the resident "TAB" temporarily able-bodied person. The rest of the crew all had prominent disabilities. Our sound person was blind. One of our talk show hosts was deaf with a Cochlear implant. One had cerebral palsy. One was blind. We did a bunch of normalizing of student life with disabilities, talked about accommodations, and had different theme topics each week. We caught a lot of attention with our week on sexuality awareness and rights involving disabled students
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm
Austin Rich:

2014.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm
Austin Rich:

That's so cool, Ellen! Any recordings?
Avatar 9:30pm
Mr. X:

My family used to watch Laugh-In every week. Flip Wilson was on it a lot. So I kind of grew up with Flip Wilson.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm
Austin Rich:

Rikki and I would just look at each other, and gesture, "I've got something," and then the other would fade down. Then we'd just watch for when someone pressed "stop," and we'd start the next sample, whoever had something cued up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Austin Rich:

I've a sucker for Flip. I think both Rikki and I bonded over Flip Wilson clips.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Austin Rich:

Occasionally, I would go out into the lobby of the radio station, and grab whoever was there, ask them to go into the studio and speak on a random subject, and then turn on the mics. Then Rikki would mix music behind it.

We had a lot of fun gimmicks. Like I said: this is just a slice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Austin Rich:

I made it a rule that nearly all the records I used for mixing were thrift scores.
  9:33pm
Miss Rikki:

Flip Wilson forever!
  9:34pm
Miss Rikki:

The records from my half were thrift finds and from my mother's collection of oddball audio delights.
  9:34pm
Ellen Lovebug:

@Austin I used to have 2 cassettes, but I don't know where they are, possibly somewhere in storage. They used to be at my parents' house for safekeeping
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm
postconsumer:

craziest setup we ever had: a dj was spinning in the live studio. we could hear him, but he couldn't hear us. our accompaniment was: 2 minidisc players, 2 turntables and a sampler. this mix was sent down to the on-air booth, where the on-air dj was also adding to the collage! those were the days...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm
Austin Rich:

Keep your eyes peels, Ellen! Those tapes are a cool artifact.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
Austin Rich:

Yeah, I miss having access to a full studio. But I do alright in the Lava Lamp Lounge.
  9:36pm
Miss Rikki:

The Dr. Frank connection
Avatar 9:36pm
Mr. X:

LOL Checkers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37pm
Austin Rich:

Oh yeah, we bonded over Dr. Frank early, too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
Austin Rich:

That interview with Dr. Frank was still one of the coolest things that just fell in my lap. That and the Exene interview.
  9:39pm
Miss Rikki:

Agreed. Also Ashtray. I'm probably biased there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Austin Rich:

That Ashtray in-studio was super-popular on my page for a long time.
  9:40pm
Miss Rikki:

It may have been their only radio appearance
Avatar 🎸 9:41pm
Geoff-U:

Do you splice all this together live with a sampler? It's amazing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm
Austin Rich:

No sampler. Just turntables, a computer playing samples from the internet, cd players playing stuff live.
Avatar 🎸 9:42pm
Geoff-U:

Excellent.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
Austin Rich:

I'm riding the turntables buttons on one side. playing music with the other.
Avatar 9:42pm
Mr. X:

Another Laugh-In star, Lily Tomlin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
Austin Rich:

(Mr. X is starting to get the secret theme, Rikki.)
  9:42pm
Ellen Lovebug:

My earliest memory of Lily Tomlin is the movie 9 to 5
  9:42pm
andrewBunny:

Looking at the Dear Friends Firesign record: I'm guessing you also have the Duke of Madness Motors book/dvd collection from Seeland?
  9:43pm
Miss Rikki:

(We're busted}
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
Austin Rich:

Need to get that DVD / book set. It's been on my mind for a bit.
Avatar 9:43pm
Mr. X:

Nixon was on Laugh-In too. Oh sorry, spoiler alert.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
Austin Rich:

I used to make it a point to put "Laugh-In" references in all my 'zines back in the day.
Avatar 🎸 9:43pm
Geoff-U:

Probably olde news but freesound.org has *lots* of fun free sample digging
  9:44pm
Ellen Lovebug:

You bet your sweet bippy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm
Austin Rich:

Oh yeah! Freesound makes an appearance on my show almost every week.
Avatar 9:44pm
Mr. X:

@Ellen LOL
  9:45pm
Miss Rikki:

I may have secret field recordings on freesound
Avatar 🎸 9:45pm
Geoff-U:

Oooh! Miss Rikki do tell
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45pm
Austin Rich:

Gotta love the Sacco & Vanzeti jokes...
Avatar 🎸 9:47pm
Geoff-U:

I found samples of Japanese school kids doing exercise chants... quite awesome when looped
  9:47pm
Miss Rikki:

Some of my water heater that sounded like a percolator. Sounds of the All Souls Procession in Tucson.... things like that. Do they purge files?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm
Austin Rich:

I laugh at this bit every time I hear it.
  9:54pm
Miss Rikki:

The loop back for this piece is that the voice you hear is currently working on The Archies comics
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm
Austin Rich:

"I Care About Them Exactly As Much As You Do" is a line I think about all the time.
  9:55pm
Miss Rikki:

Also, the record came from my mom
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm
Austin Rich:

The Wayne Mason Trio record, I assume?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm
postconsumer:

Have to head out - enjoyed the show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm
Austin Rich:

Thanks postconsumer!
  9:56pm
Miss Rikki:

That's the one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00pm
Austin Rich:

Hopefully we don't have any misophonic members of the audience. There is a short clip coming up that involves some mouth sounds in the next hour.
  10:01pm
Miss Rikki:

HAHAHAHHAHAH. Oh, the Great Cilantro Debate. Is Dave From Tucson here?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02pm
Austin Rich:

I wish. That would be great to get him in the chat. There's some other waiting room references in this two hours, for sure.
Avatar 10:03pm
Mr. X:

The encapsulation of an Age I never meant to live through... Nice work, Austin and Rikki.
  10:03pm
Miss Rikki:

I have at least half a show worth of TWR material sitting in a can. We should probably finish at least that episode
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:04pm
Austin Rich:

Ha! That would be funny, seven years later.
  10:04pm
Miss Rikki:

Thank you Mr. X
  10:04pm
Miss Rikki:

The waiters are never timely. That's why we love them.
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Mr Fab:

“ misophonic”?
Avatar 🎸 10:20pm
Geoff-U:

As long as it's not a clip of my coworker crunching through an entire kale salad in a quiet meeting room I should be fine (this happened)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20pm
Austin Rich:

Sound sensitivity, to mouth sounds, often.
Avatar 🎸 10:21pm
Geoff-U:

I have misophonia and it was so validating to find out it was a real thing... I though I was just a sensitive weirdo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22pm
Austin Rich:

And that's the end of that.
Avatar 10:22pm
Mr Fab:

I hate the Eagles. Does that count?
  10:22pm
andrewBunny:

Thankfully, I -like- cilantro.
  10:23pm
Miss Rikki:

Eagles-haters are a majority
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23pm
Austin Rich:

Mr. Fab: sort of? We seem to all hate the Eagles here at Sheena's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23pm
Austin Rich:

I'm pro-cilantro.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24pm
Austin Rich:

Ha ha! We never found that other time... until now!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24pm
Austin Rich:

The Professor does not make an appearance in this show, but The Professor was often a guest / other factor to reason with on this show.
Avatar 10:25pm
Mr Fab:

Thx for the freesound.org tip. I’m always looking for wacky audio to add to the Sheena’s stream.
  10:25pm
Miss Rikki:

The Professor was sent to his room due to Felix Unger issues
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25pm
Austin Rich:

Oh, yeah! Freesound is the best! So much great material.
  10:26pm
Miss Rikki:

Freesound is a rabbit hole of infinity.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:26pm
Austin Rich:

"The Professor's Wife" was also a guest / sometimes character. I think DJ Victrola make an appearance, once. Tunacan Jones, who still does radio online somewhere, was also a recurring character.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27pm
Austin Rich:

We had an "open phone." Any time the phone rang, we just answered it on the air.
  10:27pm
Miss Rikki:

Missus The Professors Wife
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27pm
Austin Rich:

Usually the phone thing never backfired too badly.
  10:28pm
Miss Rikki:

Unless it was Tuna from the bathroom upstairs. Those calls could go either way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28pm
Austin Rich:

I want a Heart on my profile, Mr. Fab! I'm gonna make a donation soon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29pm
Austin Rich:

The pre-planned Tuna calls could go... sideways... in a fun way.

Then there was the episode where he took over and locked us out of the studio.
  10:29pm
Miss Rikki:

Yep.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30pm
Austin Rich:

The Canadian punk band "PUP" showed up at KPSU one day, and no one showed up to host them. (The DJ flaked.) So we had them on the show, just because they were there.
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Mr. X:

Googling Tunacan Jones and his TopDollar Hour, not finding anything after 2018, Last I heard he was in Spokane.
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Austin Rich:

Four Dimensional Nightmare, who has played on my show since I joined Sheena's, played on our show, and we have lovely, two-camera video of him performing. Just need to edit it.
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Austin Rich:

He's on: tpgradio.com, under the name "David Camp" now.
  10:33pm
Miss Rikki:

Clearly a fake name
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Austin Rich:

Still the Top Dollar Hour. He was a frequent collaborator of Ricardo Wang / What's This Called?
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Geoff-U:

Where / what station was MLOR on?
  10:46pm
Miss Rikki:

It was on KPSU
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Austin Rich:

They didn't have the biggest range, but it was a utility that students and alluni could access.
  10:47pm
Miss Rikki:

In Portland
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Austin Rich:

Tunacan had this idea entirely, and prompted me for the questions to ask. We improved the rest of it.
  10:48pm
Miss Rikki:

I was not included on the decision, as I recall.
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Austin Rich:

But you jumped in flawlessly, which I appreciated. You were very good at that.
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Austin Rich:

There need to be more Kids In The Hall references.
  10:49pm
Miss Rikki:

I spoke Tunacan thankfully
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50pm
Austin Rich:

I should have reversed that number! Don't call it! That's another station!
  10:50pm
Miss Rikki:

Or do and record the results.
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Austin Rich:

I thought I cut that out. I forgot about that entirely on the re-listen.
  10:52pm
Miss Rikki:

We just won't speak of it again. What number?
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Austin Rich:

Precisely.
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Cp304:

all that jazz
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Austin Rich:

Yeah! Well said, Cp304.
  10:56pm
Miss Rikki:

Still not Zappa either.
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Cp304:

wish me luck tomorrow.. #pinot grigiio
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Austin Rich:

Good Luck! I'm finally sipping on some bourbon.
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Cp304:

cheers austin!
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Mr. X:

I always get my astrophysics and philosophy from Pan Am, and my natural history from Reobert Redford.
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Austin Rich:

It's the only way to learn. We were in college, after all.
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Austin Rich:

I lied. I realize that this Parker album came from a co-worker, and not a thrift store. But most of the rest of the albums I brought were from thrift stores.
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Geoff-U:

Thanks for another fun show!
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Austin Rich:

Thanks for listening, Geoff!
  11:03pm
Miss Rikki:

Katherine Hepburn dude.
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Mr Fab:

Thanks for all the cilantro!
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Austin Rich:

Whoops!
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Austin Rich:

Fixed!
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Austin Rich:

I get a lot of things wrong.
  11:04pm
Miss Rikki:

Too many Hepburns
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Cp304:

i was staring at screen like.. am I that..
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Austin Rich:

Now, I'M that...
  11:04pm
Ellen Lovebug:

It was fun that you played the Redford wolf album, right while I was discussing a scene in a werewolf novel with an author
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Mr. X:

Great show! Thanks!
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Austin Rich:

I love that Redford album, Ellen. It kind of soothing to listen to, for me.
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Austin Rich:

I wish there was a bigger click when you hung up on people. That's my only complaint about KPSU.
  11:13pm
Ellen Lovebug:

I agree
  11:13pm
Miss Rikki:

Nothing sounds like a rotary slam.
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Austin Rich:

I wanna thank Miss Rikki again. We've got about 5 minutes of stuff left. You were a great co-host, we did one of my favorite shows together, and I hope we do more, soon!
  11:15pm
Miss Rikki:

A few years after this, Arbys approached the author of BadSandwichChronicles at his day job with a puppy and two bags of roast beef sandwiches.
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Austin Rich:

Whoah! That's hilarious!
  11:16pm
Miss Rikki:

If you dig deep enough, you'll find the post where he tells the tale. There were Arbys Twatter posts about it at the time as well.
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Austin Rich:

Jeffrey Lee Pierce is so good in interviews.
  11:17pm
Miss Rikki:

He was a true legend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19pm
Austin Rich:

This is my favorite Dead Milkmen song. I knew a girl in Eugene - Honey Vizer - who used to do a heartbreaking version of this song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20pm
Austin Rich:

It's funny: Rodney Anonymous favorited a post I made today, and I forgot entirely that I was playing a Milkmen song to close. Weird synchronicity.
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Austin Rich:

Thanks again everyone!
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