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Options June 24, 2009: What Are You Doing Here?

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Artist Track Approx. start time
Dr Who  What Are You Doing Here?   Options 0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
(into) Mexican Institute Of Sound  Sinfonia Agridulce   Options 0:00:22 (Pop‑up)
DJ Morgoth  Never Gonna Give Your Teen Spirit Up   Options 0:04:06 (Pop‑up)
(into) Dr Who  What Are You Doing Here?   Options 0:07:44 (Pop‑up)
(then) DJ Bitman  Me Gustan   Options 0:08:01 (Pop‑up)
(with) Quahogs  /rupture Removal   Options 0:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Wings  Listen To What The Man Said   Options 0:09:33 (Pop‑up)
(into) DJ Morgoth  Never Gonna Give Your Teen Spirit Up   Options 0:11:47 (Pop‑up)
Mrs Miller  Anything Goes   Options 0:13:44 (Pop‑up)
(with) Gwilly Edmondez / Max Kurt  One 2009   Options 0:15:10 (Pop‑up)
Kipper Kids  Singing, April 1978   Options 0:16:22 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Golden Gate Strings 

The Times They Are A-Changing   Options

0:19:31 (Pop‑up)
Touch Radio 41  The Honey Bees of Cherry Garden Farm touchradio.org.uk   Options 0:24:31 (Pop‑up)
(into) Mistabishi  Printer Jam   Options 0:29:43 (Pop‑up)
Len Ranle  Going Cuckoo   Options 0:33:02 (Pop‑up)
(with) Christian Bok  from Poetry Off the Shelf on poetryfoundation.org   Options 0:33:17 (Pop‑up)
J.G. Thirlwell  Warped Carousel   Options 0:34:39 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Golden Gate Strings 

Blowin' In The Wind   Options

0:36:21 (Pop‑up)
Youtube recording  Tractor used as drums - Sweet Georgia Brown   Options 0:38:40 (Pop‑up)
C. Spencer Yeh  RRR-1000 Lock Grooves   Options 0:40:57 (Pop‑up)
(with) TEP  Fumble Trouble   Options 0:41:15 (Pop‑up)
Il Concento Prosodico  Vocali   Options 0:43:21 (Pop‑up)
(into) Nurse With Wound  Penis Fruit Loop (deambulation mix)   Options 0:43:41 (Pop‑up)
(with) Sir Anthony Lanza Cocozza  Yellow Bird   Options 0:45:20 (Pop‑up)
Momus & Germlin  Ashes To Ashes   Options 0:46:48 (Pop‑up)
DJ Earlybird  The Sun Comes Easy   Options 0:50:28 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Golden Gate Strings 

The Times They Are A-Changing   Options

0:54:37 (Pop‑up)
Paul & Linda McCartney  Ram On   Options 0:57:20 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  7:01pm irene:

been asking myself that all day
  7:01pm Charles:

Hi Vicki! Welcome baaaaack to the err.
  7:01pm Ken:

Hi Vicki! Welcome back!!
  7:02pm Vicki:

  7:02pm Vicki:

hurrahh! Nice Ken to have played that particular 7SD
  7:03pm Doug:

Yay! All is right with the universe ...
  7:03pm skip:

So are the Rolling Stones getting a royalty on this song too?
  7:03pm Ike:

What are you doing here... in this timeslot!? Oh wait, that's right -- the schedule changed. Never mind!

Rich Hazelton played some great DW music late on Friday night.
  7:03pm DJ Empirical:

  7:03pm Vicki:

hey it's all my friends
  7:03pm agridulce chihuahua:

{with tears welling up in his eyes} drop the chalupa...
  7:04pm Doug:

We've been waiting here all along ...
  7:04pm Vicki:

fantastic to be back and on a WEDNESDAY too
  7:04pm Ironing:

horns = happy
  7:05pm irene:

yes a good wednesday
  7:07pm DJ Empirical:

this is my first use of the live comments box. this site has features! i like features!
  7:07pm Vicki:

yes it has features - you get to know them rather quickly in this particular column :)
  7:07pm Charles:

You're keeping a smile on my face as I put the finishing touches on the center labels for (redacted) by (redacted). First time on vinyl, and first time with a color cover. You'll never guess.... well, you might.
  7:08pm mark:

hey vicki: i'm operating the board this evening. pleased to meet you. i'm trying to work out whether you've permanently ruined or forever enhanced both of the songs involved in this thing.
  7:08pm Actually...:

They're DIY features for listeners.
  7:09pm ralph:

special people
  7:09pm DJ Empirical:

i *do* feel as if i am D-ing I for Y. er, mY.
  7:10pm Vicki:

nice to see people comment at this time of night - often people on the mnmove... what with it being drive time etc - hi Mark! Thanks for running the board! Roll on comments board anyway. Oh oh next track!
  7:11pm smitty:

first time listening to the show. this is quite brilliant.
  7:12pm Vicki:

  7:13pm DJ Empirical:

yeah, vicki, often i am driving home, so's i usu had to rely on the podcast for /rupture's show.
  7:14pm Vicki:

oh happy birthday Paul McCartney yesterday and happy birthday Felix Kubin today
  7:14pm Jordan:

rickrolling stopped being funny a few years ago and stopped being enjoyable listening on this show 10 minutes ago
  7:14pm MrFab:

Hi, Vicki! No drive time here - still stuck in my Cali office.

Ken, Irwin, Do or DIY...yep, it's all about teh Wednesdays...
  7:15pm Vicki:

Thanks Jordan! Hi Mr Fab
  7:16pm mark:

wednesdays are sweet. i am a big sunday fan, also. wfmu interferes with my attempt at sensible, pre-schoolday sleep on sundays.
  7:17pm Seamus:

Big, wet, coffee-breath kisses to all in lalaland!
  7:17pm DJ Empirical:

kipper kids! awesome
  7:18pm Brian:

Was cranking this on the earphones to drown out the music playing here, but have given in, and now there is a new layer of sound mixing in. I'll enjoy the purist version on the podcast.
  7:18pm Parq:

Miss V, bedlam just broke out in my house, but I've still got you on in the background, and it's great to have you back on the sked.
  7:20pm Seamus:

And to Lord Phil and Sen if you're listening, have a baby!
  7:20pm Ironing:

  7:20pm Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

  7:21pm mb:

Yea! Your back!
  7:21pm Vicki:

I'm typing too
  7:22pm Laura L:

Hi Vicki--So happy to have you back on the shhhhhedule! Hoopla!
  7:22pm Vicki:

thanks all!
  7:23pm Jordan:

YVW Vicki!
  7:23pm johN:

Nice to hear Do or DIY back. You are welcome!
  7:25pm Doug:

"the battle outside raging"
  7:25pm ryan:

nice bees lets here it for the Apis
  7:27pm irene:

haha good thing those were just domestic bees
  7:27pm Vicki:

this is where Mike hides in a tree
  7:27pm Charles:

ha ha, that's Mike Harding being stung by bees.
  7:28pm Vicki:

ha ha - indeed Charles it is!!!
  7:28pm Seamus:

Man must suffer for his art.
  7:29pm mark:

head for the flowers: bees hate flowers

hey vicki- just a quick board question - should i expect an ID at the end of the show?
  7:30pm Vicki:

you can get the whole file at touchradio.org.uk
no they hate dark, Mark
yes there's an id at the end
  7:31pm mark:

cool beans, thanks for that.
  7:31pm Seamus:

My mum always had us put onions on our bee stings to stop the swelling. It generally worked.
  7:32pm irene:

could also be a scanner
  7:32pm mark:

kinda like garlic and vampires
  7:32pm Vicki:

Irene, the resident entomologist in here can advise about the onions
  7:33pm Vicki:

I might add I also am doing the maths question to reply to you's here. We're listener sponsored you know
  7:34pm irene:

erm no cant see how that would help. ice will work some and perhaps a tea bag. take an antihistamine.
  7:35pm mark:

NPR has like ... long division questions
  7:35pm irene:

but no way would i argue with someones mom!
  7:36pm Vicki:

onions would certainly take your mind off of the bees. i'd recommend a clown
  7:37pm DJ Empirical:

you don't do the maths on the mic do you? :)
  7:37pm Doug:

Hey, where did this thirwell come from ...
  7:37pm Seamus:

Does nobody have faith in the medicinal power of onions anymore? What happened to my America?
  7:38pm Vicki:

JGT is from his Venture Brothers CD, out this year... last year..erm
  7:39pm Vicki:

throwing onions at bees maybe
  7:39pm DJ Empirical:

yes the thirlwell is from here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Venture_Bros.:_The_Music_of_JG_Thirlwell
  7:40pm Vicki:

  7:40pm irene:

i just dug some onions out of the garden today
  7:41pm keith:

Vicki- your specific brand of madness has been missed. Glad you're back on the airwaves.
  7:41pm Seamus:

Vedalia onion farmer's mix no doubt.
  7:42pm Ike:

Wait, shouldn't "yous here" be spelled "youse here"? Or should it? Well, it definitely doesn't have an apostrophe anyway. Why do I always imagine it being said in a cheesy fake Italian-American mobster accent whenever anybody types it, even though people of many accents say "yous"? Ah, New Jersey.
  7:43pm Phil:

Welcome back - this is GREAT!
  7:43pm Vicki:

oh but I wrote it in England, so it's OK, plus it's tomorrow here.
  7:43pm Vicki:

thanks Phil!
  7:44pm Dave B in NYC:

me likeee - welcome back, and thanks for the mayhem! (my neighbors LOVE "Do or DIY" - and if they don't, phuggem!)
  7:44pm Jordan:

what's better--the mixing or the actually-finding-the-sounds?
  7:45pm DJ Empirical:

Ike, here in the greater Cincinnati area i've heard people say "youse" (or however it's spelled) quite a few times. it's always weird.
  7:45pm Vicki:

wow, so many people coming in and saying hi - thanks :)
  7:45pm Vicki:

oh definitely finding them.
  7:49pm Seamus:

Nurse With Wound downloads are impossible to find!
  7:49pm Vicki:

try blogspot
  7:49pm G:

Cincinnati and other areas just north of the Ohio River are considered midlands (half southern) in american dialect terms. the region was settled by virginians and kentickians of virginia in the early 19th century. you know cincinnati was called Porkopolis for its pig slaughtering industry along the river in the early 1800s...
  7:51pm Seamus:

Danka Vicki
  7:51pm Ike:

No apostrophe impunity for any country, no matter how sexy their accents are!

Seamus, mmm, Vidalia onions are awesome.
  7:52pm Vicki:

sorry, apostrophe :)
  7:52pm irene:

you know there are more pigs than people in north carolina
  7:53pm skip:

probably turkeys too...
  7:53pm DJ Empirical:

G, the Porkopolis thing is unmissable around here, the city (and the denizens) slap pig drawings and imagery on every-g.d.-thing.
  7:54pm Vicki:

Irene, I just don't know what to say. Except I'm very sorry.
  7:56pm DJ Empirical:

Spencer (Yeh) is a friend of mine. good one!
  7:56pm Vicki:

my premium prize would be an entrance carpet with the year's comments to my show printed on it
  7:57pm Vicki:

ask Spencer to send me some stuff, like
  7:57pm irene:

well i dont see them much
  7:57pm Ironing:

bland & happy! WOOOOOOO!
  7:58pm Vicki:

two of you in here know Spencer
  7:59pm Ironing:

lovely song, ram on
  7:59pm irene:

yes guessing there are a few of us
  8:00pm Vicki:

hey how many of you are actually ON that RRR REcord?
  8:00pm Vicki:

everyone I ask is on it - byeeee!!
  8:01pm G:

Cincy was the only city in the midwest (west of Pennsylvania) when it was still called the "northwest" of the country, Chicago was a twinkle in the eye, and no anglos lived west of the Mississippi. Mrs Trollope (the Victorian novelist's mom, and the original writer) slated it something awful when she toured through it back in the day. Glad to hear it's not changed much :-P

Great show, Vicki -- welcome back...
  8:02pm Vicki:

thanks all - see you next week
  8:02pm DJ Empirical:

irene are you the irene i know? :)
  8:02pm DJ Empirical:

yes ta very much, Vicki!
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