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Options June 10, 2009: Empowerment at the click of a button. (3:15pm: Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey live)

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Artist Track Album Label Special Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  Blue Note    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Living Too Late   Options 458489 A Sides  Beggars Banquet    0:04:40 (Pop‑up)
Jean Claude Vannier  Danse Des Mouches Noires Gardes Du Roi / Danse De l'Enfant Et Du Roi Des Mouches / L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches   Options L'enfant Assassin des Mouches  B-Music    0:08:56 (Pop‑up)
PETER HOLSAPPLE & CHRIS STAMEY  LIVE IN-STUDIO with Gary Greene (percussion) and Jeff Crawford (bass)   Options engineers: Irwin and Chris       
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Early in the Morning   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:18:25 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Here & Now   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:22:57 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Santa Monica   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:28:40 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Lord of the Manor   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:34:25 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  My Friend the Sun   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:40:08 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Black & White   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:45:28 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Angels   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:49:43 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  I Am the Cosmos   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    0:55:40 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Long Time Coming   Options performing live in-studio  live in studio    1:01:58 (Pop‑up)
Max Indian  Free As the Wind   Options You Can Go Anywhere, Do Anything  Max Indian    1:07:29 (Pop‑up)
Apples in Stereo  The Rainbow   Options The Discovery of a World Inside the Moone  SpinART    1:10:31 (Pop‑up)
The Smoots  Bunnyland / Song About Your Liver   Options on the YouTubez  not commercially available    1:13:12 (Pop‑up)
Amy Denio  Act of Being Polite   Options Eyesore: A Residents Sampler  Vaccination Records    1:15:36 (Pop‑up)
Yo La Tengo  Periodically Double or Triple   Options Popular Songs  Matador    1:19:30 (Pop‑up)
King Floyd  Groove Me   Options Choice Cuts  Waldoxy Records    1:23:20 (Pop‑up)
Mica & the Gold Rush  I Believe in You   Options Mica's mysp*ce p*age  not commercially available    1:26:24 (Pop‑up)
PETER HOLSAPPLE & CHRIS STAMEY  LIVE IN-STUDIO with Gary Greene (percussion) and Jeff Crawford (bass) (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options engineers: Irwin and Chris    ***   0:18:15 (Pop‑up)
Reginald Foresythe Orchestra  Revolt of the Yes-Men   Options 78 rpm disc transfer  label unknown    1:32:41 (Pop‑up)
Willem Breuker Kollektief  Serenade to a Wealthy Widow   Options Bob's Gallery  Bvhaast    1:35:19 (Pop‑up)
Clifford Brown & the Max Roach Quintet  Jacqui   Options Study in Brown  EmArcy    1:38:00 (Pop‑up)
Elmore James  Done Somebody Wrong   Options Dust My Broom  Tomato    1:43:09 (Pop‑up)
Lane Steinberg  Wonderland   Options Recorded-and-Mixed-in-One-Night Series  not commercially available    1:45:25 (Pop‑up)
Pat Suzuki  I Enjoy Being a Girl   Options       1:48:14 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Up Against the Wall Redneck Mama   Options Amanda Rarities (1986-1989)  not commercially available    1:51:54 (Pop‑up)
Woodstock Al  Sunshine of Your Love   Options Woodstock Al #6  not commercially available    1:55:30 (Pop‑up)
Lord Kitchener  Take Yuh Meat Out Muh Rice   Options Klassic Kitchener, Vol. 2 (CD)  Ice Records    2:03:39 (Pop‑up)
Joni Mitchell  Raised on Robbery   Options Court and Spark  Asylum    2:07:14 (Pop‑up)
Timmy Thomas  In the Beginning   Options Why Can't We Live Together  Glades    2:10:22 (Pop‑up)
Jenifer Jackson  The Fade   Options Birds  Parasol    2:13:32 (Pop‑up)
Metric  Gimme Sympathy   Options Fantasies  Metric Music International    2:16:58 (Pop‑up)
JoshPowersProduction  Losing My Religion: Literal Video Version   Options youtube.com/watch?v=O2BfAaMZjcg  not commercially available    2:20:42 (Pop‑up)
Robyn Hitchcock  My Favourite Buildings   Options I Often Dream of Trains  Midnight Records    2:25:04 (Pop‑up)
Harlan Ellison  Pay the Writer   Options Doc: Dreams With Sharp Teeth  not commercially available    2:27:48 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Me Want Cookie   Options From the YouTubes  not commercially available    2:30:40 (Pop‑up)
Terry Reid  Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace   Options self-titled  Epic    2:33:53 (Pop‑up)
Jon Child  untitled piano and SFX piece   Options Clack Studios ca. 1978  not commercially available    2:38:06 (Pop‑up)
The Hold Steady  Constructive Summer   Options Stay Positive  Vagrant Records    2:41:11 (Pop‑up)
Aqualung  Left Behind   Options Pseu's Thing With a Hook: Sharp Hooks, Vol. 4  Columbia    2:44:00 (Pop‑up)
Baron  Say, Say (Baby My Soul's On Fire)   Options This is Soca  Soca Gold Records    2:51:46 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:01pm G:

fucking whew.
  3:05pm RSTVMO:

oh no, not me.
  3:07pm stu in nyc:

what time will Holsapple / Stamey be on?
I don't want to leave the office and miss it !
  3:07pm Parq:

Dang, 3:00 already?
  3:08pm Fir4:

ThisThis song is a bit long, eh?
  3:13pm ginger tim:

If not you, then who?
If not now, then when?
  3:13pm Cecile:

Good afternoon, Irwin, and all!
  3:19pm Seattle:

Funny who you can run into on the streets, hmm?
  3:20pm woohoo:

soundin good from out here in radioland
  3:21pm catbird23:

Children by the millions scream for Peter and Chris!
  3:31pm Cecile:

ah, that Santa Monica song I loved last week
were they listening to Pacific Ocean Blue when they wrote it?
  3:42pm RSTVMO:

  3:46pm Parq:

I was gonna go to the movies, but now I can't even leave the room.
  3:47pm The Log Lady:

Sounding GREAT, guys! Woo!
  3:48pm Paul Rock:

sounds amazing!
  3:55pm Cecile:

Three of my favorite records by Opeth, Bubba Sparxxx and Paul Metzger are named that.
  3:56pm rsteviemoore:

"dBs 4"
  3:56pm Andrew:

possible dB's album title:

Your Mom Dresses You Funny
  3:57pm Kristin:

I love your music! Always have, always will!
  3:57pm steve:

  3:59pm album titles?:

stands for damn beautiful
  4:01pm Marshall Stacks:

Fantastic. By coincidence I've been listening to my copy of Like This quite a bit lately.

Album title: Like That?
  4:01pm ginger tim:

tinnitus ??
  4:02pm rsm:

  4:03pm Cecile:

how about after one of the songs on the album?

I know, I know.
  4:04pm Cecile:

How about "R. Stevie Moore named this album and all I got was this lousy t-shirt?"

  4:06pm stu in nyc:

they have to leave so they can pick their kids up from school?
  4:14pm The Log Lady:

I like the story behind the "Like This" title, so maybe they could incorporate a title that has an interesting story to it.
  4:14pm Cecil Taylor:

  4:16pm Hollowcost Museum:

> from one Schneider to another >
  4:17pm "Amanda":

I do *not* tolerate being ignored

  4:23pm Alex Forrest:

Damn right. Atta girl, Amanda.
  4:25pm Parq:

Um, might not wanna make Holocaust Museum jokes today; check your news feed.
  4:25pm "Amanda":

  4:30pm Cecile:

mine would be , too, Irwin! That was awesome!
  4:39pm Marshall Stacks:

I carry a TV-B-Gone (see "Empowerment at the click of a button" at the top of the page) much of the time, and using it has taught me a lot about TV and its hold over people. I recommend it highly.
  4:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Max is wailin'
  4:50pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

wait...how much cream was on her face?
  4:51pm Cecile:

I think i need to get one.
I love TV, but don't need to be watching it everyplace I go. Kills too many conversations.
  4:51pm G:

24 oz. hyperbole aka poetic license
  4:52pm Lizardner Dave:

  4:52pm "Amanda":

  4:53pm Dave B in NYC:

Ah - thank you Irwin.
  4:53pm Spence:

Amanda is insane and I love it. Where can I find more of her music??
  4:53pm Amanda Fan Club:

Finally! Thank you Irwin for remembering us slaves.
  4:54pm Amanda Fan Club:

Finally! Thank you Irwin for remembering us slaves.
  4:54pm Buzz Kill:

Where's the Amanda-B-Gone?
  4:54pm Bad Ronald:

The vid for this Amanda tune is hilarious:
  4:55pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh, you're in for it now, buzz kill!
  4:56pm cosmic:

hey everyone, hey irwin, hey bad ronald.. thanks for playin amanda irwin!!
  4:57pm Amanda Fan Club:

Go away buzz kill and grow a sense of Amanda awe
  4:57pm Bad Ronald:

Greets Cosmic, long time no post.
  4:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Woodstcck Al ate the brown acid, i guess
  4:58pm G:

Dude *is* the brown acid.
  4:58pm Uncle Remus:

Cop tasers Granny
  4:59pm Lizardner Dave:

You know while I agree with the TV B-Gone in principle, in reality the simple answer is don't go to a bar that has a TV if you don't want to deal with it. I've been on both sides of the fence - sometimes you want to watch a game in a bar because of the fun atmosphere, and sometimes you just want to talk. Pick the venue appropriate to your desire and no purchase is necessary.

Hmmm, that's probably far too reasonable an approach for our time, isn't it?
  5:00pm Larry Fine:

I was there, I said - "Don't eat the brown acid you facocta shnooks"!
  5:01pm Billy West:

Larry's right, you know.
  5:02pm Dave B in NYC:

Amanda is the best.
  5:03pm Cecile:

That would be nice in theory, Lizardner Dave.
Except the latest trend where I live is to put TVs everywhere...
  5:05pm Marshall Stacks:

I use it rarely. The first time, I was in a restaurant with live music -- and the staff had put on the TV, too. So the poor guitarist was struggling to hold his audience.

Shazam... TV-B-Gone!

No one asked to have it turned back on.
  5:06pm Cecile:

Yes, I see using it as a precise surgical tool only when absolutely neccessary...
  5:08pm Spence:

I'll show you my best recipeeeeeeeeeeees
  5:12pm Gumbercules:

Billy West? I love that guy!
  5:20pm Lizardner Dave:

Actually, I'd like a version of TV-B-Gone that could be used to lower jukeboxes, bands and DJs in some places. Not turn off, just lower so you don't wind up with a blazing headache and a sore throat from trying to have a conversation.

Of course, if you're at a music-dedicated venue you should keep your mouth shut but they haven't made a remote control for humans. Yet.
  5:22pm Cecile:

that sounds pretty good to me, LD.
  5:25pm Marshall Stacks:

How about Cellphone-B-Gone?
  5:25pm Ike:

Yeah, LD, great idea -- I need one of those for a great Lebanese restaurant in Clifton with an annoying singing DJ. He's a VERY LOUD one-man band.

I love that Metric song except that some of the lyrics are weirdly childish and annoying and get stuck in my head all day.
  5:26pm G:

Muzak B Gone. natch.
  5:27pm Irwin:

Ike, you started me on that Metric album. Your legacy.
  5:29pm Writers:

He's right, actually.
  5:30pm Ike:

I know. Now I'm owning up to the lyrical earworm that I spread. The goofiness of "Who would you rather be, the Beatles of the Rolling Stones?" (or maybe that should be double-quotation-marked) echoes in my head all day so hopefully it won't also echo in everybody else's.
  5:32pm Cake and Pie:

Honey, we aint so bad either.
  5:32pm Cookies:

She's right, actually.
  5:33pm Ike:

Oops, that's "or." Not "of."

Ellison sometimes reminds me of Amy Goodman: Making good points, but too strident, or maybe even astringent, for heavy consumption.
  5:34pm cosmic:

cheers bad ronald, yeah, long time! started a business so ive been busi-nesskeep the amanda comin irwin!
  5:34pm Cookies:

We're for heavy consumption.
  5:34pm Lizardner Dave:

Me want cookies too.
  5:36pm cosmic:

just dropped my f-ing laptop. damage assesment
  5:37pm Cecile:

I heard the Cheap Trick version, not the original. Great song
  5:39pm laptop:

the name's lap-top, not instep-top
  5:42pm mike cooper:

Do you have The River - Terry Reid? Great record - havnt heard him for years - thanx for playing this
  5:42pm Lizardner Dave:

This is one fucking great show today Irwin.
  5:45pm cosmic:

looks like i got away with that one. the num lock was on, thats it! -and it started commenting on here
  5:46pm cosmos:

foooookin ehhhhhhh
  5:46pm tug your mug:

Whats wrong with computers these days?
  5:46pm Irwin:

Iz happee sho roks yr werld zardner
  5:48pm Ike:

Uh oh, Irwin's cats have infected him with LOL disease.
  5:51pm Bobby Plant:

It's kind of a secret, but I do M-F duet albums. Call my people.
  5:52pm Ari:

Amanda could really enunciate "SQUEEZE MY LEMONS"
  5:52pm Lizardner Dave:

I'd like to hear Amanda mixed over this calypso record. It sounds great in my head.
  5:56pm happy listener:

just got my swagizzle in the mail finally hooray
  5:59pm Lizardner Dave:

  5:59pm buhbye:

  5:59pm Cecile:

have a great evening!
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