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January 11, 2011 Options
Where are the songs about women DJs?
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Morris Mills & the Rithumakers  Don't Play This Record   Options
Herb Dodson  A Disc Jockey's Christmas Eve   Options b/w What Is a Disc Jockey
(Stacy 1963)
Hank Harral  DJ Blues   Options Hey DJ Play Some Country Bop
Carl Smith  B.J. the D.J.   Options
Judy Lynn  Hello Mr. D.J.   Options
(United Artists )
Jack Campbell  Mr. D.J.   Options
(Sims )

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Options Stop and Listen:
Volume 1 (compiled by Dr. Bob Jones)
(Ninja Tune 1994)

Jack Campbell  D.J. Play a Sad Song   Options
(Jubilee )
Gene Davis  An Open Letter to Country DJs   Options
Dave Dudley  D.J. Memphis Joe   Options Six Days on the Road
(Mercury 1975)
MItchell Torok  Mr. D.J.   Options The Guys of the Big "D" Jamboree
(Dragon Street late 1950s)
Red Hewitt & the Bucaneers  D.J. Blues   Options b/w Robbin' the Cradle
(Audion 1960)
Ernest Ashworth  The DJ Cried   Options
(Hickory )

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman) 
Why Don't You Play the Organ, Man   Options

Don Bowman  Hello D.J.   Options
Don Bowman  Hello D.J.   Options
Eddie Lawrence  D.J. Philosophy   Options The Old Philosopher
Dick Robinson & the Nite Niks  Beatnik D.J.   Options
Jan Bradley  Please Mr. D.J.   Options Soul "Boppin" Ladies
Samson & Delilah  There's a D.J. in Your Town   Options
(Black Prince )
Steinski  Soul Searching (Sheriff Dupnik rmx)   Options n/a
(Steinski )

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax early 1960s)

Listener comments!

  5:50pm marcury:

From Wallkill to Yourkill.
  5:50pm Drummer Some:

Hey Buddy, stop the violent rhetoric.
  5:54pm marcury:

GD Lefty!
  5:57pm Drummer Some:

Marcury, will you be listening to as well as watching the show this evening?!
  5:57pm marcury:

Why yes I will. It's a GTDS Bonanza.
  6:02pm marcury:

New Steinski, COOL!
  6:04pm Drummer Some:

New Steinski piece: "Soul Searching (Sheriff Dupnik rmx)" coming up just before 87pm. If you can't wait:
  6:05pm texas scott:

howdy Drummer and friends.
I dig this evenin's theme.
  6:06pm Drummer Some:

Well you would, wouldn't yah, DJ Texas Scott?! Feel free to share the link to your show, Radio Brother...
  6:07pm PMD:

I'm here. As soon as I switched back over, you were here. Yay!
  6:07pm Drummer Some:

Sorry about the Xmas-themed tune, people. I promise—no more.
  6:09pm Drummer Some:

Oy oy, PMD. How the heck are ya?
  6:10pm texas scott:

twist my arm,will ya?
  6:17pm PMD:

I'm doing swell...thanks. Loving the theme - it's getting me through boring task...
  6:20pm marcury:

How many DJs does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
  6:21pm Drummer Some:

Marcury, DJs prefer to screw in back alleys (while that long-player is spinning.)
  6:23pm marcury:

Always wondered what you do when the musics playing
  6:25pm Drummer Some:

Don't believe the hype. Most DJs are miserable misanthropes who couldn't hold a conversation if it had handles.
  6:29pm marcury:

That just proves the real answer. Three, one to change the bulb and two to complain that the original was better.
  6:30pm texas scott:

I'll just leave this here...
  6:30pm Drummer Some:

Hey, y'all: Who was your first favorite radio DJ?
  6:32pm texas scott:

some feller named Schulkind.
  6:34pm Drummer Some:

You're just trying to get on my good side. (I prefer B sides.)
  6:34pm Vin:

Scelsa - luv u 2!
  6:35pm texas scott:

moved around a lot growing up,in east texas.
never had a fave til WFMU.
  6:36pm marcury:

Probably Scott Muni on the old WNEW when he would do Things from England on Friday afternoons.
  6:36pm glenn:

will any of this stuff be showing up on the free music archive?
  6:38pm monica:

Larry Lujack on WLS in Chicago.
  6:39pm Ike:

Dr. Demento, I guess. Grew out of that. Then I liked lots of DJs at WHFS but I don't remember them very well now.
  6:40pm Drummer Some:

Glenn, it won't be on the Free Music Archive, but this show surely will be archived..
  6:42pm Drummer Some:

Ike, do you remeber Damian at WHFS. He's the one who continued to do his radio show, despite the speech impediment after suffering a brain injury in a car accident. His father owned WHFS and wanted to remove Damian, but his fans rallied to his support. (Am I remembering this correctly?)
  6:42pm <Sigurdur:

thanks for the great sound
  6:44pm Drummer Some:

You're welcome, Sigurdur!
  6:45pm marcury:

I can't believe you're playing this. A true blast from the past!
  6:48pm Ike:

Oh yeah Doug, how could anybody forget Damian? He moved over to WRNR in Annapolis, which was never quite as good as the old HFS. Not sure if he's still there. As a heartless teen, I sometimes grumbled to myself, "I can't understand this guy AT ALL! Why's he talking on the air?! Equal opportunity, phooey!" But when I heard the story of the car accident, I reconsidered.
  6:53pm joshuahhh:

DJ Shadow samples all over the place!
  6:55pm glenn:

wasn't ralph emory the guy that the byrds wrote drug store truck drivin' man about?
  6:57pm Drummer Some:

DJ Shadow counts Steinski as a huge influence. (Anyone with ears should count Steinski as a huge influence.)
  6:58pm marcury:

An hour is too short
  6:56am Zoe Baxter:

'Only Woman DJ with Degree' by Sister Nancy. Refers to DJ in the Jamaian sense as toaster/MC/lyricist. Loving the show, as always.
  12:49pm Misty Mills:

Morris Mills, of Morris Mills & the Rithumakers, was my grandfather. Would you be interested in selling that record?
  11:06am Jack Etzel:

A Disc Jockey's Christmas Eve / Herb Dotson? There was no such person. I was an out-of-work radio reporter. A Chicago friend of mine worked for the head of Stacy Records and said I could get some "advance on royalties" money from his boss if I would record a couple of poems he had written years earlier. I said "No" because someday my name and reputation would be shot for making such a terrible recording. He came up with a fake name, and I came up with a fake country-sounding voice, and until this moment it's been a big secret. Sales of the record, I imagine, have also remained an even bigger secret! But, it was fun. - Jack Etzel, (Writer, Broadcaster, Educator.)
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