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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 January 18, 2022: The Demento Dimension! w/ Xeres of Xeron

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Mini-Mutations 

Show Intro   Favoriting

Unique For This Show 

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Music behind DJ:
Jรถrgen Ingmann 

Apache [Excerpt]   Favoriting

"Apache" b/w "Echo Boogie" 

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Music behind DJ:
Crispin Hellion Glover 

Overture   Favoriting

The Big Problem โ‰  The Solution. The Solution = Let It Be. 

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David Seville  Witch Doctor   Favoriting "Witch Doctor" b/w "Don't Whistle At Me, Baby"  0:01:34 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Vince Guaraldi 

Blues For Peanuts [Excerpt]   Favoriting

The Definitive Vince Guaraldi 

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The Hollywood Argyles  Alley Oop   Favoriting "Alley Oop" b/w "Sho' Know a Lot About Love"  0:07:09 (Pop-up)
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  Li'l Red Riding Hood   Favoriting "Li'l Red Riding Hood" b/w "Love Me Like Before"  0:09:45 (Pop-up)
Napoleon XIV  They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!   Favoriting "They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" b/w "!aaaH-aH ,yawA eM ekaT oT gnimoC er'yehT"  0:12:20 (Pop-up)
Sheb Wooley  The Purple People Eater   Favoriting "The Purple People Eater" b/w "I Can't Believer You're Mine"  0:14:23 (Pop-up)
The Five Blobs  The Blob   Favoriting "The Blob" b/w "Saturday Night in Tiajuana"  0:16:35 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 

Spanish Flea   Favoriting

Going Places 

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Allan Sherman  Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp)   Favoriting My Son, The Nut  0:23:38 (Pop-up)
Shel Silverstein  Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out   Favoriting Dr. Demento 20th Anniversary Collection: The Greatest Novelty Records Of All Time  0:26:22 (Pop-up)
Ken Nordine  Fliberty Jib   Favoriting Word Jazz  0:29:17 (Pop-up)
Tom Lehrer  The Elements   Favoriting An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer  0:33:55 (Pop-up)
Monty Python  The Galaxy Song   Favoriting Monty Python's "Meaning of Life"  0:36:13 (Pop-up)
Allan Sherman  Back At Camp Granada (Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah revisited)   Favoriting Nutty But Nice  0:38:45 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Henry Mancini 

Baby Elephant Walk   Favoriting

The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to, "Hatari!" 

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Barnes & Barnes  Fish Heads   Favoriting Voobaha  0:44:23 (Pop-up)
The Playmates  Beep Beep   Favoriting "Your Love" b/w "Beep Beep"  0:46:46 (Pop-up)
Dana Lyons  Cows With Guns   Favoriting Cows With Guns  0:49:53 (Pop-up)
Larry Verne  Mr. Custer   Favoriting "Mr. Custer" b/w "Okeefenokee Two Step"  0:54:55 (Pop-up)
Steve Martin  King Tut (Live)   Favoriting A Wild and Crazy Guy  0:57:59 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
The Raymond Scott Quintette 

Powerhouse   Favoriting

"Powerhouse" b/w "The Toy Trumpet" 

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Billy Murray  Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo   Favoriting "Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo" b/w "We Don't Get Much Money, But We Have A Lot Of Fun"  1:03:44 (Pop-up)
Paul Wynn  Shaving Cream   Favoriting Cocktail Party Songs  1:06:23 (Pop-up)
Spike Jones and His City Slickers  William Tell Overture   Favoriting "William Tell Overture" b/w "By The Beautiful Sea"  1:09:02 (Pop-up)
Groucho Marx  Lydia The Tattooed Lady   Favoriting From the film "At The Circus"  1:12:21 (Pop-up)
The Coasters  Shoppin' For Clothes   Favoriting "Shoppin' For Clothes" b/w "The Snake and the Book Worm"  1:15:34 (Pop-up)
Red Ingle  Serutan Yob (A Song For Backward Boys And Girls Under 40)   Favoriting "Oh! Nick-O-Deemo" b/w "Serutan Yob (A Song For Backward Boys And Girls Under 40)"  1:18:31 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Orkestar Vyacheslav Mescherin 

Vozdushnaya Kukuruza (Popcorn!)   Favoriting

Orkestar Vyacheslav Mescherin 

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King Missle  Cheesecake Truck   Favoriting Mystical Shit  1:22:42 (Pop-up)
Mr. Bungle  Platypus   Favoriting Disco Volante  1:23:56 (Pop-up)
Bongwater  David Bowie Wants Ideas   Favoriting Double Bummer  1:28:57 (Pop-up)
Schlong  I Feel Pretty   Favoriting Punk Side Story: The Original Drunk Punk Play  1:31:07 (Pop-up)
Flight of the Conchords  Robots   Favoriting Flight Of The Conchords  1:33:48 (Pop-up)
The Rutles  The Knicker Elastic King   Favoriting Archaeology  1:37:23 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Danny Elfman 

The Breakfast Machine   Favoriting

The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to, "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure" 

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Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan  Tennessee Bird Walk   Favoriting Birds Of A Feather  1:42:14 (Pop-up)
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn  You're the Reason Our Kids are Ugly   Favoriting Honky Tonk Heroes  1:44:58 (Pop-up)
The Fugs  Nothing   Favoriting The Fugs First Album  1:47:21 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Blain Morris 

I Left My Heart In San Francisco   Favoriting

The Trailer Park Boys 

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Negativland  The Piddle Diddle Report: A Future Confronting The Past Which Is Our Future, Last Call From Howland Island, Eaten By A Black Hole, Returned To Your Rightful Channel [Excerpt]   Favoriting Over The Edge Vol. 7: Time Zones Exchange Project  1:55:08 (Pop-up)
Buchanan & Goodman  The Flying Saucer (Part 1)   Favoriting "The Flying Saucer (Part 1)" b/w "The Flying Saucer (Part 2)"  1:55:44 (Pop-up)
VIX NOELOPAN  !aaaH-aH ,yawA eM ekaT oT gnimoC er'yehT   Favoriting "They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" b/w "!aaaH-aH ,yawA eM ekaT oT gnimoC er'yehT"  1:58:17 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

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Austin Rich:

Good Hello!
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Xeres:

Welcome to The Demento Dimension!
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DJ Babs:

Heyoooooo!
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Aitch:

but wait, there's more oddness, mutants at least
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Mr Fab:

I pretty much live in the Demento Dimension, but thanks!
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Scott67:

G'day Austin & Moist Mutants!
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WR:

I'm pretty much a friend of all ages, thanks.
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Xeres:

David Seville was the stage name of Ross Bagdasarian, which he later used as the name of the fictional manager of his cartoon band Alvin and the Chipmunks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
Austin Rich:

Good to see you, DJ Babs, Aitch, Mr. Fab & Scott67! Just getting warmed up with a little potion from the witch doctor...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
Austin Rich:

Greetings, WR!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
StringOFperils:

I love the classics
Avatar 9:04pm
Xeres:

The sped-up tape technique used for the vocals on "Witch Doctor" in 1958, became the signature sound of the Chipmunks later that year on the hit single "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late.)"
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Kat in Chicago:

Wallawallabingbang
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Krys O.:

I was raised on Demento! Got to meet him when my ex played a show curated by the Doctor. (Link for later, chums: www.moorestevie.com...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Austin Rich:

Nice to see you, String Ofperils
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
StringOFperils:

Hello, Austin R :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Austin Rich:

Hello Kat in Chicago and Krys O! I think this show will be a hit...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06pm
Otis:

Hi Austin, all ready for the mutations.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Austin Rich:

There used to be a show in PDX called "Sound Judgement." Lots of indie rock and stuff like that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Austin Rich:

Hello, Otis!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Austin Rich:

Sea Shanties are normal music?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Austin Rich:

Make sure to check the screen for more information! This should be running on all the TV Networks broadcasting in the Mid-Valley.
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Mr Fab:

Yes, Sea Shanties are normal music, but land shanties are weird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
Austin Rich:

I heard a Land Shanty warning of Land Sharks. I assume that's related?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
Krys O.:

Gary Paxton of the Hollywood Argyles had a connection to Tammy Faye Bakker.
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Sonderangebot:

Land shanties are Einsturzende Neubauten-sounding like!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Austin Rich:

I'm assuming that this is the song that Hasil Atkins is referencing on his album, "Look At That Caveman Go!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
StringOFperils:

I've seen Alex Chilton play Alley Oop...he said it was genius too
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Mr Fab:

I heard Kim Fowley was somehow involved, too.
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Mr Fab:

yes, Austin, and Bowie's "Life on Mars."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Krys O.:

Paxton and Fowley were roommates.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
DJ Babs:

I remember this song from my youngest of childhood and I think it's why I love garage music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
Austin Rich:

True story: when I ran Karaoke at a bar in Portland, a guy would come in with his own discs, and want to sing this song. And he would change the lyrics to something... very awful. It was really uncomfortable, but he tipped VERY well. It was weird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
DJ Babs:

It holds up!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
DJ Babs:

That's....super creepy Rich! LOL
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Xeres:

LOL @ karaoke dude
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
StringOFperils:

Yeah, there's a weird short story there...wonder what that guy's deal was.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
Austin Rich:

I have a lot of Karaoke stories. Been meaning to turn it into a short story someday.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
Austin Rich:

The song is suggestive enough... you don't have to change it at all.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
WR:

When looking to see which of Saville / Bagdasarian or Sheb Wooley were first with the slow / fast singing and I learned of Mike Sammes doing UK puppet show characters Pinky and Perky. Any y'all deep collectors heard any of those?
Avatar 9:14pm
Xeres:

Napoleon XIV was a pseudonym for Jerry Samuels. The B-side of this single - released in 1966 - was the A-side played in reverse. And the B-side label was a mirror image of the A-side.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
DJ Babs:

This tune still disturbs me, lol.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
Austin Rich:

Another true story: I have a tape my friend Colin made me of a remix of this song, with about four other versions of this song, all mixed together. I should play that on the show someday...
Avatar 9:15pm
Xeres:

WR thanks for that, I had been wondering who did it first.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15pm
Austin Rich:

Sheb Wooley is coming!
  9:16pm
rebecca:

this is SO ridiculously good!! thank you!
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Austin Rich:

The best part of "They're Coming To Take Me Away" is that it isn't long. It only SEEMS long in our memory.
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Austin Rich:

Thanks, rebecca!
  9:17pm
Ellen:

Austin, which song did you remix with Colin?
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WR:

I first heard TCTTMAHH done by a couple of young (a bit older than I was) black gents were doing it. I thought it was a black thing and then soon after saw Napoleon XIV on Johnny Carson.
  9:17pm
rebecca:

you're welcome, glad to catch you live!
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Austin Rich:

Ellen: They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha Ha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Austin Rich:

And: Great to see you in the chat, Ellen! Ellen put on some of the best shows I got to see, pre-Pandemic.
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Krys O.:

Sheb Wooley makes me think of Scopitones.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Austin Rich:

I genuinely love this "The Blob" song so much. I've been toying with doing a cover, but I don't have a voice like this...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
DJ Babs:

Ah yes! This made our Halloween show, lol! It's so fun!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
Krys O.:

One of Burt's best tunes.
  9:19pm
Ellen:

I grew up listening to Doctor Demento on the down low, hiding an ancient artifact of a transistor radio under my pillow. I had found it in my parents' basement and smuggled it upstairs. I got to tell this story to Doctor Demento himself, at World Con in Reno
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
WR:

I forgot to add, it was at a Rolling Stones concert in about 1966. These guys were sitting behind us and started doing TCTTMAHH every time there was delay between bands.
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Xeres:

Some of the tunes from this set are often heard in Halloween compilations, but I think they stand on their own year-'round.
  9:19pm
Ellen:

Thank you, Austin; you were essential to what made them so great! I love collaborating with you and I miss you. Also there's a funny story about The Blob
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
Austin Rich:

That "pop" is the OG Pop in a "pop" song.
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Mr Fab:

it really is a Bacharach classic, i'm glad others agree. It don't get much respect.
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WR:

Xeres, regarding the sequence of when they came out, I just go by the Wikipedia for Sheb Wooley.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20pm
Austin Rich:

In fact, Xeres and I played together in "The Olsen Twins Ghostlight Ensemble" at one of Ellen's shows, pre-pandemic.
  9:20pm
Ellen:

My uncle was a Hollywood lawyer. He was trying to get Steve McQueen to agree to something. He sang the Beware of the Blob theme to him to get him on board
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Krys O.:

@Ellen: My mom liked Dr. Demento. OTOH she hated when my dad watched wrestling on TV and he had to slink off and watch it on the down low.
Avatar 9:21pm
Xeres:

Oh, THAT Ellen! Hi Ellen!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm
Austin Rich:

Louis! Ha! It's Napoleon! Boy, wow botched that one?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
Krys O.:

Andy Griffith's TV gf, Helen (Aneta Coursaut) was Steve's date in the Blob.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
WR:

Funny Krys O. Was there more than one TV in the house or did your dad have to visit a friend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
Otis:

Throwing in another vote for Bacharach Blob Bits. Never gets old.
  9:22pm
Ellen:

Yes, it's me! Hi, Xeres! I really loved The Olsen Twins Ghostlight Ensemble set. @Krys O. I am really enjoying your comments, thank you
  9:23pm
Ellen:

@Austin are you saying that is the etymology of "pop music"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23pm
Austin Rich:

This story is true: I saw / met Dr. D one night. It was a lot of fun. He was hilarious, and very drunk.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
Krys O.:

My dad would find TVs on the street and fix them. We had little portables all over. My first TV of my very own was a 9" B&W unit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25pm
Austin Rich:

True again: I have visited the Reed College station a few times, and we did a few hours of shows one night. Tons of fun. It's a tiny station... but we had a blast.
  9:25pm
Ellen:

@Austin I'm sorry that I didn't ever get to see Doctor Demento perform live, I only met him in passing. He really liked my story, though, and thanked me for telling him it.
  9:25pm
Ellen:

I'm Jewish, I grew up listening to Allan Sherman! I love the whole My Son, the Celebrity album
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
Krys O.:

LOL! I sang a poppy punky cover of this and it used to get played on WFMU's Greasy Kids Stuff show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
Austin Rich:

It was one of those Reed College shows he put on every year for the students. A LOT of people where there, but we could all sit and meet him afterwards. He was very patient for people who he thought were Reed Students.
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Xeres:

We're featuring quite a bit of Jewish genius on this evening's program.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
Krys O.:

Allan Sherman died on my 10th birthday.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
Austin Rich:

I do love that Greasy Kids Stuff.
  9:27pm
Ellen:

I have some friends who are Reedies. I can only imagine. I was a DJ on WCBN in Ann Arbor. @Krys O I would love to here you
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WR:

Speedy Gonzo-less has played several versions of The Blob on his Sheena program Burbujas, since burbuha can be translated as either bubble or blob.
wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
Austin Rich:

I think Shel Silverstein was the EARLIEST subversive thing that I encountered as a kid that I really gelled with. I loved those books.
  9:28pm
Ellen:

@Xeres that's fantastic. I was a Shel Silverstein fan as a kid. There's no comparing anyone else's readings of his work with his own over-the-top vocalizations
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Austin Rich:

@WR: I need to hear that.
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Xeres:

It's weird how he got to write children's books on the one hand, while also writing stoner classics.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm
Austin Rich:

Those Dr. Hook songs are pretty good, too.
  9:30pm
Ellen:

I found my dad's Tom Lehrer album. It stood out because it was a different size than all the other records. I was hooked
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm
Austin Rich:

That must have been one of the 10" records, Ellen?
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WR:

Speedo slips one in here and there, in the episode I linked to it is being done by a Chiapas Mexico style marimba band.
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HyperDose:

My life changed the day I discovered Bob & Doug McKenzie's Great White North album
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Krys O.:

Nordine!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Austin Rich:

I genuinely think that Ken Nordine is an important piece of literature that every person should study. His voice is incredible, across a very vast body of work. Singular.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Austin Rich:

@HyperDose: That album is very important.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
WR:

First heard Ken Nordine on one of his short syndicated radio shows. I just recently found that someone has added many of them to Archive.org.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Austin Rich:

Yes, @WR! I figured that out, too! I did a run of them last year... they're so great.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm
Austin Rich:

Ellen: Here's your Tom Lehrer!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
Austin Rich:

The Karaoke Bar that I mentioned previously had "Poisoning Pigeons In The Park" and I used to sing that once a shift.
Avatar 9:36pm
Xeres:

I love songs about science.
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Mr Fab:

twas decades after i first heard this that i found out this a parody of Gilbert and Sullivan's "I Am The Very Model of a Modern Soldier."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37pm
Austin Rich:

Mr. Perry, my High School Chemistry Teacher, could sing this song from memory. He was a huge Lehrer fan, and actually saw him a couple times WAY back when.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
Austin Rich:

Xeres: we should have included They Might Be Giants, "The Sun Is A Mass of Incandescent Gas" in this set."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
Austin Rich:

Mr. Fab: I certainly didn't know it was a parody until MANY years after I heard the Lehrer version.
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Xeres:

@Austin: next year!
  9:39pm
Ellen:

@Austin Yes, 10-inch album, and thank you, I needed that! :) That is the most impressive tongue-twister of any songs that I can remember! There was an episode of Gilmore Girls in which Luke's daughter April sings The Elements but much slower!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Austin Rich:

I used to have this one memorized, as a youth.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm
Austin Rich:

Earnestly, I hadn't given Allan Sherman much of a chance until Demento opened my eyes. I just thought he didn't have the same scope as a lot of other novelty artists, and I was sort of wrong. My bad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
Austin Rich:

See, a Lenny Bruce joke? It's just... weird...
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Xeres:

Allan Sherman's "Downtown" is pretty hilarious, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
Austin Rich:

Henry Mancini is another artist that I truly feel is an important part of musical history.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm
Austin Rich:

Make sure to tune in to any channel in the Mid-Valley to see that number.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm
StringOFperils:

^absolutely
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Xeres:

Your background music choices are great, Austin.
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Xeres:

Dr. Demento has a cameo appearance as a bum in the official video for "Fish Heads." The song was first released as a single in 1978, before its video was made in 1980, when it was aired on Saturday Night Live, and was subsequently given heavy rotation on MTV. The video includes a prolonged introduction before the music starts. Demento appears during this introduction, at around the 1:17 mark. Here's a link to the video:
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Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
Austin Rich:

This Barnes & Barnes album is truly a wonder. There is nothing else like it, except maybe Crispin Glover's albums.
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Kitschy Mama:

Oo fish heads is such a pleasure.
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Austin Rich:

"... yeah."
  9:48pm
Ellen:

@Austin, yet another reason for me to be in awe of you :) As for Lenny Bruce, there is a talented actor portraying him in the excellent show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. It's perhaps a bit romanticized version of him, but very charming, and his portrayer won an Emmy for it. Wow, I've never heard a Crispin Glover album, but I have heard that he is quite unusual
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Xeres:

You people are easily amused, LOL!
  9:49pm
Ellen:

I love the complexity of timing of this song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm
Austin Rich:

I've been meaning to check out that Mrs. Maisel show, but there's just not enough hours in the day. So it goes. One of these days I'll be able to check it out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm
Krys O.:

The titular song on Monster Walks the Winter Lake by David Thomas and the Pedestrians is based on this Playmates song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50pm
StringOFperils:

I did not know that, Krys O
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50pm
Austin Rich:

As mentioned in the show, Xeres wrote the script for all the voice overs, and I added some bits during my bits. Xeres selected all the songs, but certainly, I was on board for all of these. There were a couple that I was unfamiliar with. The next two were new to me until Xeres hipped me to them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51pm
Austin Rich:

@Krys O: I need to relisten, with that in mind!
  9:51pm
Ellen:

As a spoken-word performer myself, I appreciated the Ken Nordine word jazz. I should hear more of that
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Mr Fab:

that's funny, Krys. Pretty sure i bought that album years ago, but don't really remember it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm
Austin Rich:

I could listen to that Ken Nordine stuff all the time. It's so good.
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Mr Fab:

lest we forget, Shel Silverstein also wrote Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue."
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Austin Rich:

Technically, this Dana Lyons song was from after the OG era that I listened to Dr. D. I sort of stopped listening to new episodes around the end of High School. I was listening to a lot of other stuff then, and he just fell away.
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Ellen:

I remember seeing Dana Lyons perform in Eugene when I was part of the proofreading collective at Earth First! when it was being published in Eugene. He was really into Earth First.
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Xeres:

So Austin tells me this Dana Lyons guy is a right-wing jerk..
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Mr Fab:

well he is into guns...
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Austin Rich:

He's got a lot of "pro gun" songs, outside of this one.
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Xeres:

But Earth First is lefty. Guess it goes to show you the spectrum wraps all the way around backwards.
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Austin Rich:

Eugene was like that. Remember the pro-logging rock band you played for me?
  9:55pm
Ellen:

There was a lot of variety in the EF! community
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Xeres:

While this tune, "Mr. Custer" lacks cultural sensitivity, at least the white dudes lose.
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Austin Rich:

This Larry Verne song was also new to me.
  9:56pm
Ellen:

There were some definite vegans in EF! who helped me out when I was running Food Not Bombs, and then there were hunters who would bag their own deer for dinner, and both were EF!
  9:57pm
Ellen:

This song is new to me as well.
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Xeres:

I believe I first heard it on a Dr. D compilation.
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davefromtoronto:

wow - i had this on "funny funky hits" a million years ago.
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Ellen:

Seeing "b/w" in a lot of the descriptors makes me miss collecting 45s. I also had a couple ancient 78s. My dad had a 16 if I recall correctly. He's an avid collector with literally thousands of vinyl records.
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WR:

Mr. Custer was one of the first 45s I bought as a kid! This sounds different than what I remember. Looking to see if there were multiple versions or 60s years is too long to remember reliably.
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Austin Rich:

This was sort of a theme in pop music in that era, a lot of rock and roll was appropriating native American imagery for music. I'm sure you could do a whole show.
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Mr Fab:

Yep, I had "Mr Custer" on KTel's "Goofy Greats." 1975.
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Ellen:

I had this album (Steve Martin)
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Xeres:

And then there's Egyptian appropriation...
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Austin Rich:

The Steve Martin albums and the George Carlin albums were essential listening among my friends growing up. We used to quote these all the time.
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Mr Fab:

I had almost all these records!
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davefromtoronto:

as long as you don't play any johnny rebel you're good...
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Austin Rich:

We do not go there, Dave.
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Austin Rich:

"Disco Tut."
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Mr Fab:

I sang this with our school choir. In church.
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Ellen:

An album I listened to quite a bit was The Original Not-Ready-For-Primetime Players (the first Saturday Night Live album). I actually performed 2 pieces in my high school variety show senior year
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Austin Rich:

I think you've talked about that album before, Ellen! I liked that one, too!
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Austin Rich:

Raymond Scott is VERY important to me. I love everything he's every done.
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WR:

Best taste or taste best? You decide.
  10:04pm
Ellen:

I was attending Improv theater school (taught by the parents of actor Jeremy Piven) when I was listening to the SNL record. It was very influential on me
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Austin Rich:

Tune in to any channel in the Mid-Valley. You'll see the number!
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Austin Rich:

It's time for your antique record of the program...
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Austin Rich:

In reading about this song, I realize that it is an ANSWER song to another song that was also popular at the time. Maybe we should do ANSWER song someday, Xeres?
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Xeres:

I call this set of tunes "Peachy Keen"
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Ellen:

This is amusing. Wow I didn't know that was a thing. Answer songs? Like...songs written in direct response to other songs, as though they were a challenge?
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Austin Rich:

I'm sure everyone knows that Billy Murray was like the Michael Jackson of his era: he just sold records like crazy, for the time. Super Popular. But is almost only remembered by record nerds these days. (Unless you listen to WFMU, then he's very well known.)
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Xeres:

It will be like Jeapordy, were the answer comes before the question.
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WR:

I'm feeling very comfortable in this dimension. I wonder what the real estate cost is like for a comfy bungalow for two.
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Austin Rich:

Ellen: Yeah! It's like you answer the questions they leave open in the other song.
  10:08pm
Ellen:

That sounds amazing. I'd be very curious to know the history of such and hear some examples. By the way, you're completely making my day, thank you for inviting me to the chat.
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Austin Rich:

I remember, as a youth, before I'd heard this song, a kid was singing it, and I thought he was hilarious! How funny was this kid who kept almost swearing! Only later did I realize he stole the jokes...
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Xeres:

I thought this was by Benny Bell?
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Austin Rich:

It's complicated... there's a whole backstory. Paul Wynn is the singer, but Benny Bell is the writer.
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Ellen:

I love the saxophone
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Austin Rich:

And, of course, your token "Spike Jones" for the program.
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Mr Fab:

But the record is credited to Benny Bell. (At least mine is.)
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Austin Rich:

Hmmmm. Maybe my research is off? Will have to check...
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Austin Rich:

I've loved everything Spike Jones put to record, but that should be obvious by now; I think I've included something in almost every show... almost.
  10:12pm
Ellen:

I remember Der Fuhrer's Face with the raspberry
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Mr Fab:

this is the album I have: www.discogs.com...
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Austin Rich:

We didn't play that one, but that one is pretty amazing, Ellen.
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Austin Rich:

I've been looking for a copy of that album, Mr. Fab. I only have a cassette dub.
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Xeres:

"Lydia, the Tattooed Lady" first appeared in the Marx Brothers movie At the Circus (1939).
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Ellen:

I also love Spike Jonze (director of Being John Malkovich)
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Austin Rich:

I think that's the version that's included here...
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Xeres:

Groucho singlehandedly shut down Wall Street for 15 minutes in 1950, when he took over a microphone on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exhange to tell jokes and to sing this song. Trading was suspended so that everyone could enjoy the performance.
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Austin Rich:

I think I could just watch Marx Brothers movies over and over again and not feel like i'm missing much.
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Ellen:

So I swear I have a memory of this song sung by Kermit the Frog on the Muppet Show
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Mr Fab:

Ellen, this was Jim Henson's favorite song. It was played at his funeral.
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Austin Rich:

I've known so many Lydia's in my day.
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Austin Rich:

That's because Mr. Henson has perfect taste, Mr. Fab. It's a brilliant song.
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Ellen:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHXZA_5XMJ4 @Mr. Fab that's extraordinary
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Ellen:

@Xeres that's amazing. I would love a recording of that but I imagine there aren't any
  10:17pm
Ellen:

I am genuinely learning a lot from this chat. I should have screen shotted some of it
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Austin Rich:

I also believe The Coasters are an important part of any well rounded American Education. Yeah, you can quote Shakespeare? But what about The Coasters?
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Ellen:

I am definitely curious what The Snake and the Book Worm sounds like. I definitely grew up a book worm, and now I read books for a living
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Mr Fab:

WFMU's archives are up forever, Ellen! Revisit this show any time.
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Xeres:

Pretty much everything the Coasters did was both a novelty tune, and an R&B classic at the same time.
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Ellen:

That's a seductive baritone
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Mr Fab:

"The Snake and the Book Worm" is another good one, about a would-be seducer.
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Austin Rich:

I will follow up on the Paul Wynn / Benny Bell story. I'm not finding the source I was looking at, which is making me think I'm wrong...
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Mr Fab:

"both a novelty tune, and an R&B classic at the same time" - well said!
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Ellen:

The Coasters had a lot of great tunes.
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Xeres:

Red Ingle was frontman for Spike Jones & His City Slickers, until he quit in 1946 over a salary dispute, and formed his own band, Red Ingle & The Natural Seven. "Serutan Yob" is a parody of "Nature Boy," which in turn was written by Eden Ahbez and made popular by Nat King Cole in 1948.
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Otis Fodder:

Serutan Yob leads me back to the chat. Natures Boy, ahem.
  10:21pm
Ellen:

I've never heard this before.
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Xeres:

My dad used to recite the monologue from this from memory.
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Austin Rich:

I have been told that there's a bit of a controversy about who wrote "Pop Corn." I had a roommate that said that this Russian version predates all of them, but I can't find a source for that either. So: Maybe?
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Ellen:

I have the same birthday as Jim Henson. I found out when I randomly met one of his sons at a party on Long Island (way before there was Google). It made me happy
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Xeres:

Popcorn is one of the few 45 singles that I still have from when I was a teen.
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Otis Fodder:

A Russian original would be interesting, just know it from Kingsley on and maybe, predated by The Percolator?
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Mr Fab:

Nope, Gershon Kingsley is Mr Popcorn. Reject Soviet popcorn propaganda!
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Austin Rich:

I used to use buying King Missile albums as a pretext for talking to a record store girl that I was crushing on. This was while I was working at a bookstore across the way.
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Otis Fodder:

Oh wow, King Missle. Steal Stuff from Work was an anthem for office workers in the 90s.
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Xeres:

My 45 is by Hot Butter
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Austin Rich:

I liked the idea that a bookstore boy and a record store girl would have met and dated... but it didn't happen.
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Mr Fab:

Yep , Hot Butter covered Gershon's 1st Moog Quartet.
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Ellen:

I saw Mr. Bungle live with Jonathan Christ from the Cathead days.
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Austin Rich:

My roommate was certainly pro-soviet, so I can see the bias. I'll side with you, Mr. Fab.
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Otis Fodder:

Thankfully we have 79 versions on the WFMU blog to start with... blog.wfmu.org...
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Austin Rich:

Ellen: I was at that show, too! We somehow met up in the crowd, magically.
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Austin Rich:

This is sort of the "modern" era of Demento's show... in the spirt of, as they would say.
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Xeres:

The platypus is kind of a novelty animal.
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Mr Fab:

"Detachable Penis" is the usual King Missle go-to. Good tune, but nice to hear something else of theirs for a change.
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Ellen:

Such a small world. I love our shared history. It was dream-come-true territory to collaborate with you on so many shows pre-pandemic
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Xeres:

Hey, when you're our age, the 90s is still modern.
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Austin Rich:

What was the inspiration for Cheesecake Truck, Xeres?
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Austin Rich:

"A couple of blokes said that he was a hoax so they cut him to pieces and wrote a thesis."
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Mr Fab:

the idea of a Cheesecake Truck was a wacky idea in the '90s, but now there probably is such a thing.
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Xeres:

I mean, so much King Missile to choose from. But didn't "Cheesecake" come up in one of these chats in Sheena's room? I think I was influenced by that.
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Austin Rich:

Good point, Mr. Fab! I like to point out that the Convenience Store scenes in "Heathers" don't play the same anymore, because stores are now like that.
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Austin Rich:

I earnestly love most of the Bongwater catalog. They have a lot of under rated songs.
  10:31pm
Ellen:

I remember this song! Love Ann Magnuson
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Mr Fab:

"The platypus is kind of a novelty animal." - ha! I like the idea of other novelty things besides songs.
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Austin Rich:

I was online friends with a gal who was friends with Ann Magnuson, and was on some Bongwater recordings. I was trying to interview this gal, but she passed before I could.
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Austin Rich:

Stupid David! It's always his fault!
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Xeres:

I wonder if the good doctor has ever played a Bongwater song.
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Aitch:

Jesus was Way Cool...
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Xeres:

I think Schlong is Austin's favorite band.
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Austin Rich:

I think that Schlong are the single greatest prog-punk band out of that mid-90's crop of weirdos. But of course, Schlong sort of get forgotten these days. They have a documentary coming soon, that should be out maybe this year?
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Austin Rich:

The Schlong complete cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Rumors," called "Tumors," and condenses the entire album into a 12 minutes 7", is pretty amazing.
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Otis Fodder:

Love FotC... just watched the show again over the holiday.
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Austin Rich:

(But don't try googling "Schlong Tumors." Please, don't.)
  10:36pm
Ellen:

I love the Flight of the Conchords...and for that matter I love both versions of What We Do in the Shadows
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Austin Rich:

If you want robot songs, Servotron delivers, for my money. Should have included some. Next time.
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Austin Rich:

There was a Eugene band, Mondale, that had a lot of nerdy songs, and even sang in Computer Script. They would count off their songs "0 1 0 1" and stuff like that.
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Ellen:

I'm excited that there will be a next time
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Otis Fodder:

Good night all, off to shut down. Great picks/set here Xeres & AR... wow, nice way to jet out with The Rutles (and still a fav album!)
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Xeres:

We could fill a couple of two-hour shows with robot songs.
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Austin Rich:

Controversial Take: I love The Rutles. I only sort of like The Beatles.
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Austin Rich:

Night Otis!
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Xeres:

The Rutles were basically the Bonzo Dog Band
  10:40pm
Ellen:

The Rutles are pretty amazing. You know that's Eric Idle from Monty Python
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Austin Rich:

Bonzo Dog Band is... very important.
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Austin Rich:

I love Eric Idle's stuff, too.
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Mr Fab:

jello Biafra had a bit about band names, and thought it would be great if a hair-metal band called themselves "Mondale." Guess someone (not necessarily metal) took him up on it.
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Austin Rich:

They named themselves after that Jello Bit!
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Austin Rich:

Sorry that the TV signal has not worked all the time!
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Austin Rich:

(I knew the guys in the band.)
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Ellen:

I interviewed Jello Biafra for The Southern Willamette Alliance newspaper during the Die For Oil, Sucker! tour. He randomly grabbed me and shoved his tongue down my throat. True story
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Austin Rich:

Woah! That's really weird, Ellen. Creepy.
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Austin Rich:

Any chance I can get to use the Universal Telephone ring, I take it.
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Austin Rich:

This is our "country" block.
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Ellen:

Do you include Ray Stevens?
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Xeres:

This choice was inspired by a question Austin once asked on facebook,
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Aitch:

Be nice to hear Ween's Fluffy, for ARB
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Austin Rich:

Ray Stevens did not make the cut.
  10:45pm
Ellen:

I haven't had this much relaxation / fun in awhile. Thank you
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Austin Rich:

I thought about Ween... I think we might have to do a country edition, actually.
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Xeres:

Glad to hear it, Ellen! Thanks for tuning in!
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Austin Rich:

We're live every week, Ellen! And I just took on a second show, Mondays! So there's lots of radio these days.
  10:47pm
Ellen:

I am not surprised Loretta Lynn did comedy, she was on one of the most memorable episodes of The Muppet Show
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Mr Fab:

in the world of country music c. 1970,there was honkytonk/outlaw country at one end, commercial Nashville sounds at the other end...and then there was Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan. Two weirdos in their own world.
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Mr Fab:

Ellen. this channel is 24/7 fun! It's what we do.
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Austin Rich:

When I first got on at KWVA in Eugene, I was excited that they actually had Fugs albums. I had only ever heard about them, and had no idea what they sounded like. They sort of blew my mind. I still love them, quite a bit.
  10:49pm
Ellen:

What time on Mondays, and what theme? Here on this same station? How did you connect with it? Oh I remember Ruth Buzzy I think from Hee Haw
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Ellen:

Or no, now that I think about it, Laugh-In
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Austin Rich:

The Monday show is all Old Time Radio. 3 PM PST / 6 PM EST. Detectives and stuff like that.
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Austin Rich:

wfmu.org...
  10:52pm
Ellen:

I'd like to hear the recording of the attempt to exorcize demons from the Pentagon that the Fugs were involved in along I believe with Abbie Hoffman and the Yippies
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Austin Rich:

Thanks Xeres, for doing so much work assembling / writing this show. I had a blast making it afterwards. It was so much fun... we'll be doing more, for sure! And we've done lots of other stuff, too! I'll try to have links for the show notes later.
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Xeres:

The Fugs were radical, for sure.
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Aitch:

nothing to worry about really
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WR:

Really fun episode Austin!
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Scott67:

Thanks Austin & co!
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Xeres:

Thank you too, Austin, it was a lot of fun. And thanks to all our listeners and chatters tonight. I have found this very validating.
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Austin Rich:

Thanks Scott67!
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Ellen:

If you remind me Monday I would like to tune in. I don't trust my memory with as much as I have rattling about in there
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Austin Rich:

Thanks WR!
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Xeres:

Lots of collective musical and cultural knowledge in this room!
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Austin Rich:

Xeres and I are singing and Mx-80 song...
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Mr Fab:

That's right, folks, Austin will be debuting ANOTHER show this Monday. Two shows a week! Two totally different concepts.
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Austin Rich:

I can't wait! I love old time radio... and I think you will, too.
  10:56pm
Ellen:

This was a treasure. Thank you both <3
  10:57pm
Ellen:

I saw the radio version of Casablanca at the Hult Center. It was delightful. Glad you fit some Negativland in there.
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Austin Rich:

When Xeres said he wanted to do this show with me, I insisted that this Buchanan & Goodman song be in the show.
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Austin Rich:

I have the 45! But this recording is not from the 45.
  10:58pm
Ellen:

It's fab
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Aitch:

Ta AR.
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Mr Fab:

proto-sampling
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Austin Rich:

These guys invented it, almost!
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Austin Rich:

My friend Colin would make his own version of this song, but with songs he liked, with jokes he wrote. Those tapes are pretty funny, but not as good as the original.
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Austin Rich:

Night Everyone!
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Rebecca:

nice work, guys. great way to pass the shift!
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Xeres:

Be seeing you.
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Mr Fab:

!ouy knaht
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WR:

And thank you Xeres!
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