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Favoriting October 12, 2022: Always carry a fork. You never know when you might meet some food.

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<br><i>The Poodle and the Clown</i>, by Harry Sternberg (1930)

The Poodle and the Clown, by Harry Sternberg (1930)
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The Poodle and the Clown, by Harry Sternberg (1930)

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Ran Blake  Black and Tan Fantasy   Favoriting Duke Dreams   
Karlton Hester, Motoko Honda & David Smith  Eccentric Storm   Favoriting Quantum Elders Ballet  0:05:10 (Pop-up)
Marina Allen  Celadon   Favoriting Centrifics  0:12:09 (Pop-up)
Babeheaven  Seabird   Favoriting Seabird - Single  0:15:29 (Pop-up)
Korey Dane  I Know (Fading Forever)   Favoriting Vanisher  0:18:27 (Pop-up)
Nostalgia 77 and the Monster  Island in the Sun   Favoriting Measures  0:21:52 (Pop-up)
 
Gus Bodenheim  WFMU's Onanistic Shut-ins   Favoriting The Gus Bodenheim Contractual Obligation Series  0:31:03 (Pop-up)
Toasters 'N' Moose  Taste the Biscuit   Favoriting Chickens in the Shadows  0:35:58 (Pop-up)
Belle and Sebastian  Unnecessary Drama   Favoriting A Bit of Previous  0:38:23 (Pop-up)
Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Dream Trio  Too High   Favoriting We're Back  0:42:30 (Pop-up)
Six Living Hats  Red Stone   Favoriting Invisible Crime  0:47:09 (Pop-up)
Rick & Morty  Mr. Goldmanbachmajorian   Favoriting Season 6 Ep 1  0:50:44 (Pop-up)
The Morning Benders  All Day Day Light   Favoriting Big Echo  0:51:38 (Pop-up)
Launder  Unwound   Favoriting Happening  0:55:07 (Pop-up)
 
Hampton Hawes  Sonora   Favoriting Blues for Bud  1:04:36 (Pop-up)
Amy Annelle  Thirteen   Favoriting Distance Lullaby  1:08:55 (Pop-up)
Geri Allen (ft. Marcus Belgrave)  Space Odyssey   Favoriting Grand River Crossings (Motown & Motor City Inspirations)  1:12:22 (Pop-up)
Cults  No Risk   Favoriting Host  1:18:06 (Pop-up)
Alvvays  Tile by Tile   Favoriting Blue Rev  1:20:28 (Pop-up)
Boytoy  Static Age   Favoriting Night Leaf  1:23:35 (Pop-up)
Joe Zawinul  Slivovitz Trail   Favoriting My People  1:26:31 (Pop-up)
 
Will Bernard  Freelance Subversive   Favoriting Freelance Subversives  1:35:05 (Pop-up)
Zammuto  Good Graces   Favoriting Anchor  1:41:09 (Pop-up)
The Supplicants  Ptah, the El Daahoud   Favoriting Balance  1:45:34 (Pop-up)
Christine and Mike Five  No One Here by That Name   Favoriting A Recording from the Recording Musicians Union  1:51:44 (Pop-up)
Leona Rose  My Part Time Man   Favoriting single, recorded Grand Rapids MI, late 60's  1:54:33 (Pop-up)
 
Headlights  TV   Favoriting Kill Them with Kindness  2:01:49 (Pop-up)
Cream  Passing the Time   Favoriting Wheels of Fire  2:04:02 (Pop-up)
Andrew Jackson Jihad  Cigarettes   Favoriting Candy Cigarettes and Cap Guns  2:09:29 (Pop-up)
Chris Potter  Sun King (For Sonny Rollins)   Favoriting Gratitude  2:10:56 (Pop-up)
Frank Znort Quartet  Mr. Walker   Favoriting Perler Fra Svin  2:17:58 (Pop-up)
Gus Bodenheim  Bodenheim History Month: Moe Levy Bodenheim   Favoriting Gus Bodenheim's Faulty Reminiscences  2:21:59 (Pop-up)
Joan Marie Polo  Go, Go, Fight, Fight   Favoriting The Love and Affection I Used to Have  2:24:37 (Pop-up)
Medicine  Defective   Favoriting Shot Forth Self Living  2:27:14 (Pop-up)
 
Danilo Perez  Evidence and Four in One   Favoriting Panamonk  2:34:52 (Pop-up)
Boycany  ILLusion of Love   Favoriting Sound of the River  2:39:08 (Pop-up)
Beth Sorrentino  Blue   Favoriting Space and Other Stories  2:41:05 (Pop-up)
Philip B. Price  Loneliness   Favoriting Oceans Hiding in Oceans  2:44:13 (Pop-up)
Mirror Gazer  Lifestyle   Favoriting Ordeal Erasure  2:46:42 (Pop-up)
Marilyn Crispell, Mark Dresser & Gerry Hemingway  Composition 69B [8.2]   Favoriting Play Braxton  2:50:48 (Pop-up)
Andy Breckman  Fly Me to the Moon (in the shower)   Favoriting Ken Freedman's show Feb 6, 2008  2:57:11 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 10/10 11:51am
12539:

Last!
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Theremaniac:

Is this the WFMU request line? Great... I'd like to hear Toasters N Moose.
Avatar 9:06am
Pierre Delecto:

If you're tuned in to add meaning to your life, please take a number.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm
G:

I live on Fourth Street. And I'm the Fourth Commenter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm
rrg:

First again, it looks like.
  3:00pm
Robm:

Hello fellow freeform listeners
  3:01pm
Phillip:

Good afternoon again Mr Chusid😊
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm
Phillippe:

howdy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
Handy Haversack:

Hello, Irwin and Irwinners.
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Listening Out There:

The Usual Gang of Idiots...
  3:03pm
Phillip:

The steamed chicken patty is done! Now I can enjoy my early dinner of steamed red potatoes & steamed chicken patty
  3:04pm
Laura L:

One dozen!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
rrg:

Pretty early for dinner, Phillip.
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DjLorraine:

Take a number, leave a number
69,. ..21
Avatar 3:05pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Duke tune sounding very Monk. Which I love.
  3:05pm
Robm:

@Listening out there I resemble that remark:)
  3:05pm
Phillip:

@rrg true. But l live with a roommate
  3:07pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

Good day all! I’m back for more.
Avatar 3:08pm
βrian:

Sometimes I read that handle as "L…out There." I may be lysdexic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm
DjLorraine:

Last week's Queen biscuit flour hour was fun
  3:09pm
BH:

shoutout to the kitten who alerted me to the presence of a bug on the window by climbing up the curtains towards the bug
  3:09pm
Phillip:

Warmer day than yesterday! 70s outside😱
Avatar 3:10pm
spodiodi:

greetings, Irwin and everyone
glad to be listening
Avatar 3:10pm
βrian:

Low 50s here on the isthmus.
  3:12pm
Phillip:

Rain 🌧predicted for tomorrow (thursday) just when I have my group therapy session at the clinic, going to get soaked walking in the rain again
  3:14pm
BH:

here in the midwest we're pivoting quick from heavy rain this morning to a wildfire alert tomorrow
Avatar 3:15pm
βrian:

@BH: Not in Wisconsin midwest, anyway. Whereabouts?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17pm
Irwin:

Let's talk about ... the weather?
  3:17pm
Dean:

I guess this is the closest we'll get to hearing Alessi Brothers on WFMU?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm
RevWaldo:

Absolutely right about the fork, especially in an office with birthdays and retirements. ğŸŽ‚
  3:18pm
Phillip:

Ken never said what they were going to do tonite on ",dinner at andys"
Avatar 3:18pm
brainiac:

I think Seabird is a cover, but I can't remember the original artist. From the 70s I think.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:19pm
rrg:

Nice day if it don't rain.
  3:20pm
BH:

Brian: Missouri midwest here

Anyways, the kitten will eventually wear himself out again, probably. The older cats are asleep so he's trying to find something to do.
  3:20pm
Phillip:

It's always too hot and too cold. I hate both summer and winter,
Avatar 3:20pm
brainiac:

Oh yeah, Dean got it. I think it was covered by another singer as well...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:21pm
Phillippe:

this korey dane is nice. great rainy day cut, i'll have to favorite it and come back tomorrow
  3:21pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

Ken said they were going to make a purchase tonight on dinner at Andy’s
  3:21pm
Phillip:

The weatherman? Loves to say nor'Easter with a smile😁 on his face.
  3:22pm
wind:

😁
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:22pm
JtotheK:

@Irwin - is all of the weather talk prompting any Weather Report? If so - which Weather Report album receives WFMU endorsement?
  3:22pm
Phillip:

Ken must be paying because andy is a real cheapskate
  3:25pm
Phillip:

Very nice jazzy sounds @Irwin
Avatar 3:25pm
Hubig Pie:

Weather talk - I have a window sill fulla green tomatoes I hadda pick this am cuz it snowed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm
Handy Haversack:

Was that the first snow of the season, Hubig? K8 and I bet on first accumulation each year. I have set the O/U at December 8. Waiting for her to pick still ...
  3:29pm
Robm:

@Irwin all of the above about the hell raiser:)
Avatar 3:29pm
Hubig Pie:

Jah, Handy. First since late last May. We usually get snow in October, some years in Sept. It's gonna warm up here this weekend tho.
  3:29pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

F the man!
  3:30pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

Not Gus. I mean the proverbial “man.”
  3:31pm
White Time:

(Right)
  3:31pm
Dean:

WFMU's conception of silence is John Cage's conception of silence.
  3:33pm
Robm:

I did not know clay was going to be on HBO!!!!!!!
  3:34pm
Smacky:

Some of my best friends are onanistic shut-ins.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm
PaulRobeson1922:

Sub-Human sensibilities, a
Avatar 3:35pm
Hubig Pie:

Onanistic, just another term for waxing philosophic
Avatar 3:35pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...if not shut in - you might have Onan the Barbarian ...maybe we do...
Avatar 3:35pm
brainiac:

He said onanistic shut-in as if it was a bad thing
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timinoak:

The Old Codger will have a few words for Gus.
Avatar 3:36pm
Carmichael:

Taste it!!! TASTE IT!!
  3:36pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

This is the money song!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm
chris in the redwoods:

mmmm, biscuits!
  3:36pm
FletcherNYC:

There it is! Taste it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37pm
AnAnonymousParty:

This is what I get for my pledge dollar.
  3:38pm
FletcherNYC:

@brainiac right?!?!
  3:38pm
J. Fred:

They're going to take away his sandwich vouchers after that one
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm
The Oscar:

That, right there, is what brings me to WFMU.
  3:39pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

Great transition there.
Avatar 3:39pm
Carmichael:

Did Gus sign a contract with the same record company as Van Morrison?
Avatar 3:45pm
Erella:

Hi Irwin!
I am loving this version of Too High.
  3:45pm
Laura L:

Got to cut out early to see "Solaris" with live orchestra accompanying the film at NY Film Festival. Fortunately I had just enough time to hit the widget for Gus and Irwin! Will catch up on archive when I return to Earth from Solaris.
Avatar 3:45pm
Erella:

Thank you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm
chris in the redwoods:

sounds wonderful, Laura! enjoy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm
Irwin:

Erella - Gerry Gibbs is the drummer, always puts together great bands.
Avatar 3:46pm
timinoak:

I remember Jim the Poet covering the morning show and announcing a Belle and Sebastian song but then playing a beautiful punk song instead.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:50pm
DjLorraine:

Laura L i love Solaris! So hauntingly on point.
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kuriousornj:

lucky you! Laura L
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:56pm
Handy Haversack:

Well, gotta head home, under river, over creek. Will catch up with youse thence.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:56pm
chris in the redwoods:

godspeed, HH.
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coelacanth∅:

greetings Irwin & others
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:57pm
chris in the redwoods:

hey, coel!
Avatar 3:58pm
HyperDose:

Oh snap, Irwin is rockin out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm
Phillippe:

hey coel!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:01pm
coelacanth∅:

aloha chris! Phillippe!
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kuriousornj:

"... and God created Poodle" - F. Zappa
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05pm
coelacanth∅:

clowns are liars
poodles are good dogs if they're not owned by people who'd trim them like poodles
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05pm
Little Danny:

gorgeous
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:06pm
Little Danny:

love hampton :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm
Irwin:

How are all you little biscuit-tasters doing out there today? Tasting that honey sauce?
Avatar 4:08pm
mb:

Irwin
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ironybread:

Hello the Irwin
Avatar 4:09pm
HyperDose:

Brought a cheeky vial of chili oil if anyone would like a drizzle
  4:10pm
JetBoy now of Astoria:

I can already tell this is a very sweet cover of Thirteen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10pm
coelacanth∅:

Hyperdose, yes please
  4:11pm
judy from croton:

These feelings never die
  4:11pm
francis:

This is a cover of a Big Star song if Im not mistaken
  4:12pm
judy from croton:

Meaning, teen emotions
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12pm
Irwin:

You are not mistaken, fran.
Avatar 4:14pm
ironybread:

Hi Hy, hi coel
  4:14pm
francis:

I'm still of the opinion that most covers are inferior to the original.

I await your comments....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:17pm
Irwin:

Trumpeter Marcus Belgrave wrote this tune.
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chris in the redwoods:

i have not done the statistical analysis, francis. my gut feeling is that i have appreciated a great many covers just as much or even more than the original. then there's the edge cases, where an unreleased version is, technically, the original, but a released version is known more widely as the original (i.e. Prince's Nothing Compares 2 U vs Sinead's version). in sum, i love covers something fierce. :)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@francis: I would say that's a blanket Statement. Which might be appropriate re Covers ...& shut ins pun of choice... One thing a good Cover may do is throw light on the Composition from a different angle. Which is worthy - but not necessarily better... Also only one thing it may do...
Oh chris is beating me to this...
  4:18pm
judy from croton:

Sometimes they enrich, or expand. Sufjen Stevens' Ring Them Bells and Herbie Hancock and Tina Turner's Edith and the Kingpin come to mind
Avatar 4:21pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& it's often which you hear first. Aha...
Only once have I 'written' something that a person with a more powerful voice sang. Don't know how people more accustomed to that ride feel - but I found it quite remarkable...
Avatar 4:22pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...TheWho for instance have been called a PeteTownshend coverband...
  4:23pm
wind:

Beautiful simply gorgeous
  4:23pm
Dean:

Just to complicate the cover-vs.-original discussion a bit: does a band's live performance of an earlier studio recording count as a cover? I think I prefer the Genesis Live versions of many of the songs that appeared on the band's earlier albums. And what about classical music? What *isn't* a cover? What *was* the original?
  4:25pm
francis:

Again the important qualifier was "most". Sure there are definitely some that are better, like Cash singing Hurt, but I find that even when I've heard the cover first, I'll still like the orig.

Covers do have an advantage in that they have an updated sound, which can be appealing to the tastes which are current.
Avatar 4:26pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but what %age ...Originals closer presumably to Source. Like Gershwin piano rolls... But some people how more powerful skills of interpretation. Conductors & Ensembles...
Recordings unless spontaneous maybe just one Interpretation - & perhaps artificial or sterile @ that compared to Live. & often the Band / Artist themselves finds it 'opens up' more later ...so why not someone else doing the same for it?
Avatar 4:29pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Detroit Cobras did covers exclusively yeah ? & they were great. Recently noted people saying they prefer covers of Beatlesongs ...just when I was thinking how definitively TheBeatles covered others. They started as a hardworking club band of course... Few are those who don't do Covers. Any ?
  4:29pm
francis:

LOL - this Boytoy band sounds like the B52s covering the Dandy Warhols song Bohemian Like You
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:29pm
rrg:

I love covers. I don't feel the need to elaborate on that today. I've tasted enough biscuits.
Avatar 4:31pm
Carmichael:

Zawinul ... sweet.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Take 'Kicking Against The Pricks' by NickCave & BadSeeds. All covers - & he's celebrated as a Writer. Just great.
  4:34pm
BH:

excited to hear that Tradio is in 90 minutes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:35pm
Irwin:

I don't think a cover of "Taste the Biscuit" could do justice to the original. Altho I understand Billy Ray Cyrus attempted it.
  4:36pm
Dean:

Amendola drumming here?
Avatar 4:37pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hm. Covers simply a different challenge than composing I suppose. Biscuit seems to have been done defintively yes. I can hear a super heavy growly interpretation...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:37pm
Phillippe:

@RR63 same with Three Dog Night, to different degrees
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:39pm
chris in the redwoods:

Shatner would do a kick-ass "Taste the Biscuit", though i feel we should insist Moose stay on the keys.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...or a tweaky convoluted Zappaesque Biscuit arrangement...
@Phillippe: For instance Badfinger are marvelous, but their 'Without You' fails for just not hitting the note Nilsson can...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm
Phillippe:

Curious note on the Three Dog Night wikipedia page: they've gone through 31 different members since their inception. 2 have died so far, but surprisingly neither was a drummer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm
coelacanth∅:

i usually like the original better
- but then there's Wilson Pickett's hey jude, and the beatles' rock & roll music, and both Aretha's and Mavis' the weight, and Harry Nilsson's without you, and big blood's planet caravan - well that one's close. . .
but i always like hearing an original cover
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:42pm
coelacanth∅:

Phillippe that's interesting because their original 7 members didn't change at all the entire duration of their "hit-making" days
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Jazz being often about Standards has just this challenge of Interpretation...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a simple observation - & now thinking about Continuity & Innovation as an entire Cultural fundament...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:46pm
Phillippe:

@coel it's actually a pretty cool page if you like charts and graphs and tables and stuff. They've had 19 different lineups since the heydey. There's a nice looking Gannt-type chart that shows how the line-ups overlap graphically.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47pm
Irwin:

This Supplicants track is a cover of an Alice Coltrane title. Good enough, francis?
  Swag For Life Member 4:49pm
12539:

Irwin!
That is all.
  4:49pm
Dean:

Almost read "cover of an Alice Cooper title."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:50pm
coelacanth∅:

definitely have read that,Phillippe, though i may not be accessing it all in my memory bamks.
3 dog night was my main when i was ~8 years old. i still consider them excellent
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:50pm
Handy Haversack:

Made it home, somehow.

Yo, coela!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Of course AliceCooper doesn't get the cred he deserves as a Writer. Speaking of Zappa.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:50pm
chris in the redwoods:

Dean, i almost read, "Ptah, El Dachshund"
  4:51pm
Dean:

Great name for a Wiener dog!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51pm
The Count of Al Dente:

"Howdy y'all, y'all."
  4:51pm
mark:

hi, everybody. Late arrival, but I'll catch the rest on the archive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:53pm
Feldy:

Is Karen a much older name than I realize?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:54pm
G:

Been super busy during the show. But listening. Not disseminating unwisdom. :-)
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Listening Out There:

I'm part time, but looking for FTE....
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chresti:

Get me your supervisor now! HAHA
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:56pm
The Count of Al Dente:

Why go see a Russian movie with subtitles when you can stay at home and stream the American version of Solaris with John Travolta?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm
coelacanth∅:

Dean i never thought of a live version by the original artist as a cover, but technically i guess it's so.
...i very rarely like a live version better -but again, exceptions exist
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a second take woulda lost the feel...
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Carmichael:

You never had that person at the tennis courts, chresti?
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ironybread:

Those last two tracks are a 100% match of my mood today, thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:00pm
coelacanth∅:

hey Handy!
  5:00pm
Dean:

@coelacanth∅: I once felt that way, too, but lately I've been finding many live albums more enjoyable than the canned ones.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:00pm
Karl Ward:

Prague?
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Every song comes from Prague, in the Czech Republic? Cool!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Wait - MANDL - for real ?!
...I can't tell when you're
...how do I know if...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:02pm
Handy Haversack:

It's go time!

MANDLPROG! MANDLPROG! MANDLPROG!

(Yeah, not getting that out of my system any time soon.)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Cause perfect Program name.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:02pm
Irwin:

It's just been added to the schedule.
  5:03pm
Phillip:

Blessing in disguise. Dave Mandl returning to the airwaves even for just an hour.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm
chresti:

Yeah PRAGUE!ROCK!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

:D
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Karl Ward:

www.wfmu.org...
  5:03pm
Phillip:

For many many sundays I’d tune into hear “world of echo”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm
coelacanth∅:

i'm PSYCHED, but is it good prog, or genesis?!
(or post-red kc...)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Cream ftw
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:04pm
Karl Ward:

coelacanth∅ said it first
  5:04pm
brainiac:

I'd call Cream prog-adjacent
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:05pm
Irwin:

I'd concur, Brain.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:05pm
Karl Ward:

Handy and others know about my serious and very real medical condition of prog blindness
  5:05pm
Dean:

Bah, Genesis was a good band through Lamb, at least. A little pompous, but c'mon, that's part of the point.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:05pm
Irwin:

With Cream, often there is math.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

This is deep roots.
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βrian:

Like "proggish?"
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Carmichael:

Pompous and prog often compliment one another.
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Listening Out There:

"White Room" is singular...
  5:06pm
wind:

I never knew genesis is Prague rock 😂
  5:06pm
Dean:

I'm reading a book of poetry by an acquaintance. Here's a brief passage:

Steppenwolf

Big Brother

Cream
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06pm
Irwin:

I always describe the band Bent Knee as "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" with a better singer.
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Carmichael:

I consider Genesis proggy until Gabriel left. Then they took the bus to Hitsville.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:07pm
coelacanth∅:

Dean one exception goes back to probably the first live album i ever heard, creatively called "live album", by grand funk railroad. GREAT album and by far the best grand funk.
...and i often don't like the watered-downness of studio recordings; but often the live performances area compromises from the initial idea the composer had for the piece.
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Threemoons 🌛🌕🌜:

So many great streams today....
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βrian:

The last time I saw Steppenwolf was on a bar parking lot events sign in Flint, Michigan.
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Ginger Baker going to town here.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Coming exactly between TheWho & Hendrix - Cream get left off the shortlists now. But I was as into their records as a little kid as much as anybody's is the truth of it.
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Dean:

I adored Peter Gabriel until my love waned. That's just the fickleness of human admiration.

There are "live" albums and "live" albums. Warren Dewey, who engineered Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus told me how he spent time with Lowell in the studio redoing the solos.
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wind:

As long as he doesn’t play emo !
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Carmichael:

Felix Pappalardi on keys back there.
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Feldy:

Yes! Phoenix' own Andrew Jackson Jihad
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βrian:

… on Dort Highway, to be exact.
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Dean:

Little drop-out in the stream a moment ago. Something by his mom?
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Handy Haversack:

Cheers, Irwin and Irwinners! Moving on to the *productive* part of the day!
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Feldy:

Serendipitously, I was revisiting this one and their "Issue Problems" albums a week ago
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Dean:

^about his mom?
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Irwin:

Dean: Technical glitch, "of sorts."
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coelacanth∅:

i love Gabriel's first 4 (5?) solo albums; but still only consider early genesis "pretty good".
wind & wuthering -barely a prog album, is my favorite genesis album.
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Dean:

Fave Genesis album is probably Selling England. It's certainly the one most played in my experience.
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Handy Haversack:

Yup, there it is.

www.wfmu.org...
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Carmichael:

From Genesis to Revelation. Certainly mysterioso prog.
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PaulRobeson1922:

The opening of the previous song sounded like “Fantastic Piece of Architecture"
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Handy Haversack:

I'm just assuming that my gateway prog will not be featured. Marillion rarely makes the cut.
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Dean:

Best Genesis album that has in fact nothing to do with Genesis is to my ear Acqua Fragile's first album.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Had the impression the early Genesis was like KingCrimson before reaching puberty. Which is not necessarily terrible...
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Dean:

Nor does IQ, Handy.
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Irwin:

FYI: The prog show actually launches next Monday, but Ken will host the first ep. Mandl begins his weekly stint Oct. 24.
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brainiac:

I can't believe they're allowing Ken back in the new schedule
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Dean:

Nor Barclay James Harvest. Real pity.
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Irwin:

Right?
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βrian:

Is the show titled ProgGnosis?
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Carmichael:

What's not proggy about Marillion? Is it the Fish v. Hogarth feud?
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Listening Out There:

Znort...
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Irwin:

"Mr. Walker" is a Mighty Sparrow cover.
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Dean:

Show is called Tales from Topographic Freeform
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brainiac:

@βrian: Why don't they consult you about these things in advance?
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Carmichael:

HipGnosis was already taken.
  5:19pm
Dean:

I mean Mandl Lies Down on Broadway
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Handy Haversack:

I think people just don't like them, Carm. But they were one of the first bands I ever got into, and I maintain quite a number of soft spots. Julie even played "Grendel" at my request in an "epic songs" hour!
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HyperDose:

Love to see Mr. Walker's daughter
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Dean:

Wait. Twentieth Century Schizoid Mandl. Yeah, that's it.
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G:

Marillion is counted as prog in any book about prog.
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coelacanth∅:

Dave's tongue in aspic?
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Annette:

Nice song
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...well - any blasé feelings about Schedule Changes somewhat ameliorated by the Return of Mandl ...just this moment anyhow.
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Handy Haversack:

How do I redeem all the Prog Points I accumulated by playing in a Court of the Crimson King-themed D&D[ish] adventure at an actual D&D[ish] convention in a former Playboy Club in the town where D&D was invented. I mean, it's a lot.
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Dean:

A bunch of my friends who were (and remain) heavy into prog were elated at the arrival of Marillion.
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Carmichael:

My favorite prog band name thus far is Spock's Beard.
  5:24pm
Dean:

Il Balletto di Bronzo, my favorite.
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coelacanth∅:

Moe Moe Moe, how do you like it how do you like it?
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HyperDose:

@Irwin Have you heard Juliet's first hardcore song? Think you'd dig it www.youtube.com...
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DjLorraine:

I love the poodle.
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PaulRobeson1922:

Whoa whoa whoa good chimp, groovy chimp
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brainiac:

@Handy, You've been to Wisconsin? My respect just continues to grow.
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Irwin:

Hyper: Yes, I've aired it.
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Mr. Jackpots:

great song!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Not entirely sure Stipe swings your way dear. Good sense of dynamics tho. You'll be fronting bands in no time.
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coelacanth∅:

not familiar with medicine but this reminds me of jesus & mary chain
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HyperDose:

That makes me so happy to hear, Irwin :)
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brainiac:

There's a really good song on this album...
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SeaCreature:

Been recording faux King Crimson songs because I wanted to hear new KC. So bring that prog.
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DjLorraine:

I thought it was detective
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...wigkeypedo says Stipe goes both ways - you go go Joan !
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PaulRobeson1922:

@RevRabbit: Was it Leary who said all people are born that way? The Ancient Greeks?
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coelacanth∅:

(being a direct descendant of classical music prog isn't always complicated)
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brainiac:

I think it was Gaga
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coelacanth∅:

haha
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Phillippe:

I think "Monkeyshines" woulda been a better name for this record
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PaulRobeson1922:

@brainiac: yes but Leary said it 1st and before him, The Greek
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jan:

Irwin: today’s broadcast helps make my hospital stay much more tolerable. That and a diagnosis turning out to be not serious. Gus was good for some levity, too.
  5:38pm
Dean:

Compare Adrienne Rich on compulsory heterosexuality and Kenneth Dover on Greek homosexuality.
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PaulRobeson1922:

Aw heck. True love can only exist between two men we all know it’s true.

Have you ever played team sports!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well clearly some are 'born that way'. Kinda respect Stipe for resisting checking any boxes on demand.
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Dean:

I was born one way or another, but I'm willing to make an effort to change if the price is right.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...in fact anyone who tries to put 'normal' & 'sexuality' into the same sentence is immediately suspect to me...
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Irwin:

"Blue" is a Jayhawks cover.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

& ye harm none do as thou wilt.
HBD Aleister Crowley
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Phillippe:

I'll stick with the original on this one
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Carmichael:

I remember in the movie Stripes where the Army recruiter asks if Murray and Ramis are homosexuals. Ramis responds, "No, but we're willing to learn."
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PaulRobeson1922:

Let me get the Nixon encyclopedia out and find the quote on Plato
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rrg:

Beth's voice is unmistakable. I didn't even have to look.
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JetBoy now of Astoria:

@Carmichael - one of my favorite lines. RIP Harold.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hm. A little like SusannahHoffs. Wonderful.
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Tom from Stirling:

Oh yeah, Jayhawks, they're good. Not prog, but still....
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brainiac:

Hey, @Carmichael: Mrs. brainiac ducked into Hilltop yesterday after work to see if you were there. Are you still on the wagon?
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Dean:

Well, there's "normal" as in bell curve normal and "normal" as in not f'd up, normative. It's the confusion of the two that does so much of the damage.
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dale:

hey now - really like this philip price tune. never heard of him.
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chris in the redwoods:

same here, dale.
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brainiac:

Well spotted, RevRabNov63
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well, 'comparison is the enemy of joy' - but similar good qualities in that range.
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Handy Haversack:

Gotta feed the monsters. Thanks, Irwin!

Later on, all. See you in Prague!
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Carmichael:

Afraid so, brainiac.
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Dean:

Joelle Leandre is playing not one, but two house concerts in the area this month, and I can't make either of them. But I did hear Myra Melford, Liberty Elmann, and Ben Goldberg free of charge last week.
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PaulRobeson1922:

Gay is OK
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brainiac:

@Carm: God bless you and keep you, sir
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PaulRobeson1922:

Such a, Fantastic Piece of Architecture
  5:56pm
mary:

anyone know how to get rid of a SPECTRUM red shield on a white ground-pop up that says "'suspicious site blocked" I never requested it.
I dont have spectrum and i use firefox
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Phillippe:

Thanks Irwin! Wear your helmet on the way home!
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mary:

Thanks for great showIrwin! as always
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spodiodi:

thanks for one tasty biscuit of a show, Irwin!
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Dean:

The acme of AI, this Ken & Andy.
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rrg:

I'll be back in two weeks, just like the rest of you. Thanks, Irwin, Gus, and all.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always Mr. DJ IDC Sir ~
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HyperDose:

Hey Irwin, you're great. Thank you! Have a safe trip home where you will hopefully be enjoying a nutrient-rich dinner.
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brainiac:

Indebted as always, Irwin.
Until next time, all!
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chris in the redwoods:

thanks, Irwin! Andy FTW.
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PMD:

Lovely
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coelacanth∅:

Thanks Irwin enjoy your time away
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