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Hip-hop and rap, that's where my heart's at. But I'll play anything so long as it ain't crap!

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Options September 24, 2010: Old Jersey to New Jersey Pt II: live from the Branchage Film Festival in Spiegeltent, St. Helier, Jersey, UK

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Intro to Branchage/old Jersey 2010       
Doug Ford interview  Jersey Museum main man   Options    
Hedley Le Maistre  Jersey Mon Vie!   Options    
The Wizz  rhythm in your heart   Options   0:03:39 (Pop-up)
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Music behind DJ:
interview with Just Muz 



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Just Muz  Richard live on WFMU   Options   0:15:24 (Pop-up)
Just Muz  time difference   Options   0:20:24 (Pop-up)
Ted Egre (Jersey Royal potato farmer)      0:25:40 (Pop-up)
Hip Hoperation  15 Minutes   Options more Jersey music  0:35:39 (Pop-up)
Howard Le Cornu (Jersey Harbour Master)      0:38:43 (Pop-up)
The WIzz  Crazy TIght Jeans   Options Jon Alner + Isaac Evans  0:48:00 (Pop-up)
Chris Bell (Club Kamizkaze) interview      0:51:57 (Pop-up)
Brobots  methane rain   Options   1:01:59 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Dominic Jones (Jersey man to the core) 

interview   Options


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Quick and the Dead  savaged   Options   1:19:04 (Pop-up)
Sionann O'Neill interview      1:24:19 (Pop-up)
Sionann O'Neill  Omaha Beach   Options   1:26:38 (Pop-up)
Bones  declaring wounds (live acoustic version)   Options   1:32:42 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
The Wizz interview 

today's house band   Options

Vocalist Isaac Evans, Guitarist Jon Alner, Bassist Nick 'bear' Turner, & drummer Marc Alner 

1:34:36 (Pop-up)
The Wizz      1:40:05 (Pop-up)
Liz Mermin  director of "Horses"   Options   1:43:17 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Xanthe Hamilton (Branchage Film Festival director) 



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Simon Crowceoft  Constable of St Helier, Jersey (the mayor)   Options   1:58:41 (Pop-up)
Pevin Kinnel      2:08:10 (Pop-up)
Pevin Kinnel live      2:10:35 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Luke and David from The Quietus 



2:22:12 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Janey Doyle BBC Radio + Chris Rayner 



2:25:48 (Pop-up)
    Darren Fry and Andy Evans (sound engineers, Branchage/WFMU)  2:47:25 (Pop-up)
The Wizz  anyway live on WFMU   Options   2:32:59 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Wayne Stewart 

director of Comedy Rocks/comedian   Options


2:35:20 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Stanley Forbes 



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Stanely Forbes live      2:42:44 (Pop-up)
    Issac Evans last year on WFMU live from old Jersey Branchage Film Fest  2:51:02 (Pop-up)
The Wizz  live on WFMU   Options   2:45:58 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  4:44am BillyJam:

Greetings from the heart of old Jersey where WFMU returns for the second time to the annual Branchage Film Festival as the official radio station of the independent film and music festival on the Channel Island near the coast of Normandy that gave New Jersey its name. We are broadcasting from the Spiegeltent in the heart of St. Helier from 2pm to 5pm local Jersey time which is 9am to noon Jersey City, USA time. For those of you expecting to hear David's Inner Ear Detour you can hear him later today in the time slot usually filled by Put The Needle On The Record (3-6pm NJ time) since we did a switcheroo today to accommodate for time differences. Thanks David! Info on today's guest to follow c/o today's show producer Celia Pereira. Also heloing out today are The WIzz the Isaac Evans led teenage punk band from Jersey who are the "house band" today
  4:47am Celia Pereira (WFMU Old Jersey producer):

Today's guests will feature a melange of guests - filmmakers, musicians, politicians, seafaring folk, historians...and will include Xanthe Hamilton (Creative Director Branchage Festival), Chloe Ruthven (director of documentary 'Mario and Nini'), Simon Crowcroft (Constable or mayor of St Helier), Just Muz (Jersey emcee), Howard Le Cornu (Jersey Harbor Master), The Wizz (young punk band), Doug Ford (Jersey Museum), aerial artist Molly Carroll, Wayne Stewart (Comedy Rocks founder/comedian), Liz Mermin (director of the documentary "Horses"), Chris Bell (Beat Happening/Club Kamikaze), beatboxer Pevin Kinel who peforms live to film screenings, seafaring man and director of Jersey Pottery Dominic Jones, and a still to be named Jersey Royal potato farmer. Thanks for listening and should you happen to be in Jersey stop by and say hi between 2 and 5pm local time in the Spiegeltent in St Helier - the HQ of the Branchage Film Festival.
  9:01am bw:

  9:01am Cheri PI:

  9:02am jeff-m:

hey, voice mic levels are good man
  9:04am dc pat:

YES! OLD Jersey!
  9:05am dc pat:

to hell with the English crown.
  9:06am bw:

great pic
  9:08am postmanpaul:

That would be Original Jersey, dc pat.
  9:09am Parq:

Note to folks over there with Billy: the weather's nice for two or three weeks a year in New Jersey, too.
  9:10am dc pat:

oh, ok. Hanx paul
  9:12am Parq:

We got too many seagulls in NJ too! Dang, we got a lot in common with our ancestral namesake. Do you guys have big hair?
  9:13am dc pat:

Ol' Doug over there looks like he might get some biggish hair on a humid day.
  9:16am postmanpaul:

I'd say Doug has done big hair in the past, and other stuff too.
  9:19am postmanpaul:

There is some good home grown to be found here indeed.
  9:28am SiHV:

Just Muz, great stuff!
  9:28am Rob W:

Incredible show you guys have put together, Celia and Billy and all your guests. Great job!
  9:29am Cheri PI:

AMAZED!! Only 30 minutes into the show and my mind is blown!
  9:33am Parq:

Muz's hiphop is just fine, and his poetry is a knock-out.
  9:34am postmanpaul:

Talking of hips 'n hops, what's the real ale like in Jersey Billy?
  9:38am SiHV:

Hip hop, then potato farmers. Hail WFMU.
  9:48am jeff-m:

hey , maybe bring the music down just a bit
  9:53am BillyJam:

How is it now? Keep sending updates Jeff every 15 mintues - thanks
  9:54am jeff-m:

much better, ok i will. levels are better than usual i think
  9:57am jeff-m:

hey, band needs to come up some
  9:58am jeff-m:

much better thanks
  9:58am BillyJam:

how are band now?
  9:59am jeff-m:

great man
  9:59am BillyJam:

Thanks Jeff Mullan -U da man!
  9:59am Cheri PI:

The Wizz have a distinctive Proto-metal sound, can you ask them about it? Were Iron Claw a big influence?
  10:06am Cecile:

Hi, all! Just tuning in. Man, I have to get to that festival!
  10:12am efd:

Listening online at work - sounding great, Billy, and kudos to Jeff for holding it down back at the WFMU Broadcast Centre.
  10:17am postmanpaul:

Sounding great here in Brighton UK too, Billy. When you coming to this neck of the woods Billy!
  10:18am jeff-m:

thanks Evan Morning to you.

Was just going to say that sounds like the Bay of Fundy
  10:19am Cecile:

Great. We just get zebra mussels in the US.
  10:19am Jenniqua:

I am a sea lover as well. Grew up on the Pacific in California, but have been to the Bay of Fundy. Would love to come visit Olde Jersey.
  10:29am Cecile:

Quick and the Dead. Love it, even the little flat bit. Great stuff.
  10:31am Jenniqua:

There was an electronics store back in the '90s in NYC called Nobody Beats the Wiz. I think that store even did a song for the NY Knicks basketball cheerleader team, singing GO NEW YORK GO NEW YORK GP NEW YORK GO!
  10:31am Cheri PI:

I gre up in Japan and then lived in Seattle. I now live in Ohio-not having an ocean a stones throw is possibly the saddest thing I've endured.
  10:32am Cecile:

Wasn't the phrase "the Wiz" sampled in some rap song?
  10:34am Mike East:

Billy Jam in the AM?! For a minute I thought I was really late to work. Great pics!
  10:35am Jenniqua:

Cecile - yeah. It was in a song called Nobody Beats the Biz, as in Biz Markie.
  10:38am Cecile:

That's right!
  10:39am thuggyBear:

the idea behind this song deserves better.
  10:48am Cecile:

Nice! I thougth Isaac was great last year.
  10:49am postmanpaul:

I like what you're doing there Billy, a really nice vibe coming over.
  10:50am Cheri PI:

  10:50am Cecile:

Wizz! You're putting your foot in it!
  10:50am Jenniqua:

I think I need a photo of these guys.
  10:52am postmanpaul:

Is that as in 'breaking a leg'?! Cecile
  10:56am jeff-m:

got it :)
  10:56am Cecile:

It means, "well done!" It's African-American slang I picked up at work. It's from kicking an American football field goal, I think.
  10:58am Cecile:

I just love the image.
  10:59am jeff-m:

The Wiz wa sa Michael Jackson movie too. Sort of a Wizard of Oz if remember correctly
  11:00am Cecile:

Yes! I am hearing that the NZ Film Board is going through similar struggles with commerciality/art.
  11:02am Jenniqua:

Jeff - m: yes the Wiz was a african-american movie version of the Wizard of Oz. Michael Jackson played the scarecrow and his nose was a Reese's Peanut Butter cup. That I remember most of all as a kid watching it.
  11:07am jeff-m:

ok, wasn't sure if it was an exact version or was sort of a take off of it. Had a girlfriend who adored that movie, but don;t remember it much myself
  11:10am Parq:

Jeff, the movie was an adaptation of a Broadway show, which updated the original story for what was then known as an "all-Black cast". The song "Ease On Down the Road" was the big hit from the show.
  11:15am Emile:

That movie made a huge impression on me when I was a kid. Whatever your take on the movie today (and I still think its totally cool), I think socially it was huge to see this movie reinterpreted by black folk. Quincy Jones was in control of much of it, I think. A very nice surreal streak, too. Check it out!
  11:16am Cecile:

there was some controversy because the dynamic Stephanie Mills was replaced by Diana Ross in the movie.
  11:17am postmanpaul:

NO DEPT in Jersey!!! Is there a US Government Accountability Office definition for that?!
  11:17am Cecile:

My favorite song was the Wicked Witch's: "Don't Nobody Bring Me No Bad News."
  11:18am jeff-m:

hey , you have to bring him up some
  11:18am postmanpaul:

...debt, of course.
  11:19am Parq:

There was also a US miniseries "Tin Man", a steam-punky sci fi thing loosely adapted from the W of Oz. The title referred to the nickname that interspace marshals had, a riff on their badges.
  11:19am jeff-m:

never misunderstood that that was still bed msuic
  11:20am texas scott:

Best of 2010,so far.
8 til 10 eastern.

  11:42am Cheri Pi:

Billy Jam-you have outdone yourself, this is radio history.
  11:42am Cecile:

Wizz. A couple more years of seasoning and you will be taking the world by storm.
  11:43am Jenniqua:

Can I be the head of the Wizz fan club?
  11:45am Cecile:

I think me and CheriPi might want to fight you for that, J.
  11:45am Aaron:

great show jillybam!
  11:46am Parq:

Ain't it the truth, Ms. Pi! I was just thinking how spoiled long-time FMU listeners are -- we are actually *accustomed* to programming like this.
  11:47am postmanpaul:

├╝ber embassador Billy Jam!
  11:47am Cecile:

I have to agree with all ya'll. We are the luckiest people on earth.
  11:56am Cheri Pi:

Yes Cecile-the fight is on! I'm gonna wear my crazy tight jeans!!
  11:57am Cecile:

I'll raise your my neon pink skinny jeans! It's on like Donkey Kong!
  11:58am postmanpaul:

Those young Jersey fellas have got balls. I wish em luck
  11:59am Cheri Pi:

  12:00pm Jenniqua:

Nobody beats The Wizz!
  5:47am The Wizz:

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