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" I can't tell when you're telling me the truth."
- I'm not.
"How do I know anything you've told me is..."
- You don't.

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Options February 26, 2009: The mic test was another failure

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Ginger Leigh  this is ginger leigh   Options Merchant of Death    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Red Krayola  War Sucks   Options The Parable of Arable Land    0:04:38 (Pop‑up)
Melys  Cuckoo   Options 7'  Trouble said it's Welsh week, so....  0:08:43 (Pop‑up)
Kiiiiii  Brown Girl In The Ring   Options mp3    0:12:34 (Pop‑up)
The Cookies  Stranger In My Arms   Options 7"    0:14:24 (Pop‑up)
Skwave  All I Had   Options Echodrone    0:16:53 (Pop‑up)
The Pains of Being Pure At Heart  Gentle Sons   Options S/t    0:22:51 (Pop‑up)
Catch A Falling Star / Gimme Some Loopin'        0:25:44 (Pop‑up)
White Witch  Parabrahm Greeting   Options S/t    0:29:22 (Pop‑up)
Liars  Grown Men Don't Fall In the River, Just Like That   Options They Threw Us All in a Trench and Stuck a Monument on Top    0:30:48 (Pop‑up)
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci  Siwt Nofio   Options Patio  that's "bathing suit" - in Welsh. There you go  0:34:12 (Pop‑up)
Debris'  Flight Taken   Options Static Disposal    0:37:47 (Pop‑up)
Ivor Cutler  Pickle Your Knees   Options Ivor Cutler of Y'Hup    0:41:02 (Pop‑up)
Faust  Kundalini Tremolos   Options C'est com...com...compliqué    0:52:34 (Pop‑up)
Suckdog  Instrumental   Options Pretty Flowers Dying    1:01:56 (Pop‑up)
Pork Queen  Gunman   Options 7"    1:06:00 (Pop‑up)
Marian Staikos / Dick Kent  Wanting You   Options 7"    1:08:40 (Pop‑up)
Julee Cruise  The Voice of Love   Options The Voice of Love    1:13:29 (Pop‑up)
The Butterflies Of Love  Rob a Bank   Options 7"    1:15:51 (Pop‑up)
Exile  Kiss You All Over   Options 7", all over the place    1:19:45 (Pop‑up)
I Killed Some gUy In The Dessert        1:21:39 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Gleason  (exc)   Options Music to Make You Misty 7"    1:23:52 (Pop‑up)
"Paul Winter Consort"  "Icarus"   Options     1:26:42 (Pop‑up)
The Troubadours  Fascination - Whistling Instrumental   Options 7"    1:28:31 (Pop‑up)
Lottie Slocum  "Dear Mr. Nash"   Options Alfred Hitchcock Presents "The Babysitter"    1:33:45 (Pop‑up)
Psychic TV  Botanica / Iron Glove / Always Is Always   Options Dreams Less Sweet    1:38:03 (Pop‑up)
Uncle Woody Sullender  A Measure of Dasein   Options Live at Barkenhoff    1:58:28 (Pop‑up)
Sun City Girls  Sev Acher   Options Fruit of the Womb / Polite Deception    2:13:06 (Pop‑up)
Shirley Collins & The Albion Country Band  Poor Murdered Woman   Options No Roses    2:16:18 (Pop‑up)
Panicsvile  Are You goingTo Leave Me?   Options split 7" w/ Spires that In The Sunset Rise    2:20:47 (Pop‑up)
Pearls Before Swine  Florence Nightingale.... / Ring Thing   Options Balaklava    2:23:46 (Pop‑up)
Mark Applebaum  Martian Anthropology 8   Options Sock Monkey    2:27:37 (Pop‑up)
Fats Waller / Alan R. Splet  (exc)   Options sdrk "Eraserhead"    2:35:46 (Pop‑up)
and a lot of other stuff right now        2:41:44 (Pop‑up)
Neko Case  The Pharoahs   Options Middle Cyclone    2:45:35 (Pop‑up)
Jackie O-Motherfucker  Skylight   Options The Cryin' Sea    2:49:09 (Pop‑up)
w/ PCP Scapegoat  tr 5 / 6   Options S/t    2:50:40 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:03pm Glenn L:

This first comment reserved for Sean Daily
  12:03pm nna:

Trouble sounded kinda drunk
  12:03pm PMD:

HI Scott!
OK, marathon question - does it REALLY matter to somehow make sure that the shows you listen to get the bucks?
  12:07pm Cecile:

scott do you have Really Red's version of this in the studio? It's kind of awesome
  12:13pm Scott:

Hey everybody! Boy, it's not everyday I get to say this: yes, yes, yes, annnnnnd - YES!
  12:13pm Carmichael:

Mornin'. I hope Really Red doesn't have a version of this.
  12:14pm Sean Daily:

Seventh comment! Woo hoo!
  12:15pm Carmichael:

Is this a Gerry Goffin/Carole King penned tune?
  12:16pm Scott:

Carmichael - YES! That's 5
  12:19pm still b/p:

Is today Thursday?
  12:32pm Parq:

"They Threw Us All in a Trench and Stuck a Monument on Top" pretty much sums up my work week.
  12:37pm elvie:

play los campesinos and shirley bassey!
  12:39pm nakedfoul:

Thanks for the awesome Debris jam, Scott! What a swass band.
  12:40pm david w.:

scott - what was the track you played around 12:30 that kind of had a washy, jesus and mary chain feel???
  12:45pm Marshall Stacks:

Just stay out of my shower, please.
  12:46pm david w.:

oh never mind, got it - pains of being pure at heart - thanks!
  12:50pm Carmichael:

Scott, what is your talkover music here? I'm thinking of having a cocktail party (ascot required).
  12:51pm Ascot:

Can I come?
  12:52pm Carmichael:

You must!
  12:53pm annie:

i'd love to know who played the young boy in that film.. he was great! (the peter duchin story BTW)
  12:59pm Marshall Stacks:

Eddy Duchin Story, right?
IMDB sez:
Rex Thompson ... Peter Duchin, Age 12
Mickey Maga ... Peter Duchin, Age 5
  1:00pm annie:

word, thanks. the older of the two boys was a real virtuoso. thanks marshall
  1:08pm Glenn L:

Oh how I miss Pork Queen.
Thank you, Scott.
  1:11pm Dexter:

This song is money.
  1:19pm Maura Torium:

Psst. No one else'll say, "Pork Queenie...really, really?"
  1:22pm Martin Lawrence:

Scottie Williams, you so crazy.
  1:22pm Cecile:

Play "then came the last days of May" by Blue Oyster Cult.

they kill a guy in the desert in that song.

Damn, Gina.
  1:25pm Ike:

Mmm, awesome sounds. Mmmm, dessert. Wait, desert? Dessert? Yummy arid dunes made of shattered caramel fragments! However, I must disagree with Cecile. Blue Oyster Cult would not work here. Or anywhere. Ever. Also, oysters are not tasty.
  1:26pm Cecile:

Ike, we will have to agree to disagree on BOC, like we do on virtually everything on this board.
  1:27pm Ike:

Do we disagree on many other things? Really? I really like most of your posts.
  1:28pm AnAnonymousParty:

This is starting to sound like Larry Fast's version of Icarus.
  1:28pm Blue Oyster Cult's Lead Singer:

We really do kind of suck...
  1:28pm Cecile:

we almost never agree on bands, Ike
And I belong to the church of Mac.
  1:29pm Cecile:

I only say this with affectionate honesty.
Don't change for me, babe.
  1:31pm Godzilla:

BOC rules! RAWWWR!
(oh no there goes Tokyo)
  1:32pm Cecile:

History shows again and again how nature points out the folly of men.
  1:33pm Bad Ronald:

Damn straight up and down!
  1:33pm Ike:

Heh heh Cecile! If I were the kind of person who ever changed for anybody, ever, then I probably wouldn't be here! 8^)

Just today you requested Estron and it was great. And I like Pylon. Rock on.
  1:34pm Carmichael:

Speak no ill of Tyranny & Mutation.
  1:36pm Cecile:

You an' me both, dude.
But, yay! We are twinz today! Wheee!

That's right, Carm. That is a holy grail.
  1:36pm Lottie Slocum:

That blonde beaver does something for a woman.
  1:40pm Lottie Slocum:

I'M TALKING ABOUT THE COAT. Get your mind out of the gutter, Mr. Nash!
  1:43pm still b/p:

"Don't Fear the Reaper" is only fun for pretending to be 18 again and countin' beats of the anticipatory cymbal rhythm in the middle that leads to the leap-at-ya guitar solo...and meeting it with just the right face.
  1:43pm CamelCaseForYourFace:

Thelma Ritter
  1:44pm annie:

criminy, leave the room for half and hour and all hell breaks out in the comments box. ...
  1:44pm SueB:

Thelma Ritter?
  1:46pm GP:

Back from lunch...Scott are you broadcasting from the roof today?...what's up with your mic...get someone to fix that STAT., or am I missing something ( as usual) here?
  1:47pm Cecile:

still b/p, I strenously disagree with you.

However, it is a distinctly creepy slow dance song, which was how it was utilized during bad HS parties of my youth, usually flanked by
Foreigner's "Starrider". Ooogh.
  1:47pm Ike:

Wow, that microphone sounds like buttocks.

That entire set was made of luscious tasty greatness.
  1:49pm GP:

Phewww...mucho better.
  1:50pm BSI:

gawd, I leave you people alone for almost two hours and all heck breaks loose! Look at this mess! Heck pieces everywhere!
  1:50pm Marshall Stacks:

What a relief.

You say "moron" like it's a bad thing.
  1:52pm BSI:

Damn, Scott... Don't let the poor thing starve...
  1:52pm Cecile:

what kind of puppy is Olive?
  1:53pm CamelCaseForYourFace:

What breed of dog is this Olive?
  1:54pm Bad Ronald:

  1:56pm BSI:

  1:57pm BSI:

Olive spotted!
  2:00pm Bad Ronald:

Very cute and smart too!
  2:03pm GP:

This is some sweet tripped out banjo, sounds like a Steve Reich or a John Adams composition...nice...nice.
  2:04pm Cecile:

awwww Olive, I wish I could give you a tummy rub right now!
  2:05pm Hugo:

Sounds positively Heideggerian. Could have been live at Schwarzwald ...
  2:05pm Olive:

Cecile, maybe later, I just ate a taco and I'm feeling a bit full.
  2:05pm Ike:

Now I'm lost in the hilarious blurbs accompanying the DJ photos at the FMU Flickr photostream, and I'm not getting any work done. Thanks BSI. Heh.

Woody! It's Woody!
  2:06pm Scott:

Thanks CamelCaseForYourFace and SueB!
  2:07pm GP:

10-4 Ike...I think wasted an hour on those photos yesterday...well not exactly wasted time, as I did learn a lot more about FMU, which is good isn't it?
  2:10pm Ike:

Would you like to know which photos are real and which are fake, or would that spoil the fascinating veil of mystery and imagination?
  2:11pm BSI:

I simply MUST adopt the coffee grinder.
  2:11pm GP:

Does not matter. as some mystery is a good thing, although I wish Liz Berg was not so blurry, but maybe that is just my eyes!
  2:13pm Swami:

This music is very Robitussin-esqe.
  2:15pm Ike:

Then I'll just say that Billy Jam's photo makes him look fat, but he is not.

Also, Scott dresses like that every day, and carries the goose around everywhere.
  2:17pm BSI:

...and THAT explains why Olive lurks in terror around the station, snatching tacos in a desperate attempt to quell those goose-related hallucinations...
  2:21pm Bad Ronald:

You mean Scott goosesteps around the station?
  2:25pm Parq:

I've had the pleasure of meeting Olive, and she is indeed a sweetie, especially if you have food. And he lies; Scott sometimes puts down the goose to type. (Now, whether I'm saying that he types after putting down the goose or that he puts down the goose so she can type, I'll leave to you.)
  2:34pm GP:

Yeah, Martians are cool.

I like he goose, and yeah IKE, I totally did not think that is what Billy Jam looked like, so I'm still a bit skeptical about that one.
  2:34pm GP:

he goose = the goose
  2:36pm Bad Ronald:

he goose = gander
  2:37pm BSI:

have you seen these chickens?!?!?
  2:41pm GP:

LOL BAd Ronald..you got it!
  2:41pm Bad Ronald:

I've heard Nick Lowe's Last Chicken in The Shop, played for Chicken Edward but have not seen These Chickens. Are they any good?
  2:42pm hh:

BSI - I adopted the coffee grinder already, but it hasn't shown up on the gallery yet. Dommage!
  2:43pm BSI:

ehh, I'll have to adopt my own damned coffee grinder then.
and YAY, the chicken monologue! Best lines in movie history!
  2:49pm Merle Haggard:

Set My Chickens Free!
  2:49pm dragonflyshards:

um...he's using the chicken to measure.
  2:54pm Bad Ronald:

  3:12pm Harvey:

superb show
  12:54pm billyjam:

Just now listening to this show (thank God for the Archives) + really enjoyed it from start to finnish........U truly are an artist Scott Williams
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