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The program formerly known as The Fuzzy Glove Hour, Whores, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)

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Options August 3, 2011: In Hell, every meal is a Satan sandwich. It tastes like beef. But is it kosher?

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Listener comments!

  6:03pm Danne D:

Hi Folks.
  6:04pm Andy Translator:

Hell = Studio
  6:04pm Andy Translator:

I liked all of Ken's show except the music and the mic breaks.
  6:05pm hamburger:

howdy doody - I hope Andy doesn't call this show a disaster... :)
  6:07pm other david:

the clash - rock the casbah, the album version as a watch alarm going off
  6:08pm john:

dudes, you can just unplug one of turntable cables and put the board in mono..
  6:09pm Brian:

The Stones "Ruby Tuesday" has that cracked vocal bit.
  6:09pm asb:

What bizarro re-recorded version of "Build Me Up Buttercup" is that, you guys.
  6:09pm Etiquette:

Hey John, no condescending to these consummate broabcast professionals.
  6:10pm wendy:

1:14-1:22 Talking
1:19 Cough
  6:10pm listener jimbo:

The last note of Led Zeppelin's Rock & Roll.
  6:11pm Danne D:

Great example of this:
Juliana Hatfield's song "What A Life" - she was under the weather on the day of the recording and at the beginning she has a big hacking cough that they opted to keep in the final recording:

  6:11pm giraffe-o:

There are several recording snafus in Beatles tracks :
- "Yellow Submarine" : in the call-and-answer near the end, John says "slubmarine - ahaaa!"
- "If I Fell" : on the final refrain of the line "I couldn't stand the pain", Paul's voice cuts out mid-word because on the original recording, his voice cracked
  6:11pm Danne D:

It's right at the beginning of the song, like 3-5 seconds in.

You want fries with your Satan Sandwich?
  6:12pm MrFab:

I like the false vocal start after the guitar break in the Kkingsmen's "Louie Louie."

Also - the cough at the end of Led Zep's "In My Time of Dying."
  6:13pm Danne D:

Not a technical mistake, but Axl totally has a lisp on "Paradithe City"
  6:13pm Satan Sandwich:

Like all congressional bills, I am loaded with pork. So kosher? NO.
  6:13pm Producer Laura:

I found documentation of the cough if "Wendy"! It says it's at 1:19!
  6:13pm Tristan:

"The opening has an ominous feel to it and a cough is audible during the song's middle eight. The song was originally credited to just Wilson. Mike Love's name was added as a result of a lawsuit filed by him against Wilson in the 1990s."
  6:14pm PW from Montclair:

i heard the cough for first time this past week
  6:14pm Producer Laura:

  6:14pm hamburger:

apparently a police siren can be heard in the background of that smashing pumpkins song 'starla'
  6:14pm fatty jubbo:

it's Spike!
  6:15pm wendy:

if spike says its there, its not there
  6:15pm chris:

holy smokes this show is painful
  6:15pm Wendy Cough:

That totally rocked all of your worlds, right?
  6:15pm giraffe-o:

Ooops, on the Beatles "If I Fell", the vocal cut-out happens on the line "was in vain"
  6:16pm mike noble in dc:

if anyone out there listens to the patton oswalt audiobook, the opening credit music has a cough in it.
  6:16pm julie:

@Danne wow I will have to listen to that Juliana song
  6:16pm Danne D:

Is it true at the end of the cd-reissue of "American Pie" they backmasked in the phrase "Andy Breckman Go To Hell" at the end of the song?
  6:17pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Hello. I'm immediately confused.
  6:18pm Don Mc.:

Late in Vincent, there's an audible groan when I kick Andy in the nuts.
  6:18pm PW from Montclair:

my fave is in "don't let me down" when someone sounds like they're saying "cd player" in the background
  6:19pm Beatles:

"You Wont See Me" - Slows down incrementally.
  6:20pm Satan's Taco:

'The Who' have a song "hope I die before I get old". While not technically a mistake, this has proven to be a woefully inaccurate prediction.
  6:20pm Spike:

The first caller was SPIKE.
  6:21pm dale:

michael jackson sings about the doggone girl being his, when he was clearly at odds with that notion.
  6:21pm Danne D:

Actually Satan's Taco, it's not so much an inaccurate prediction as much as a classic example of a dream denied.
  6:22pm listner jimbo:

The Kingsmen - Louie Louie, The singer misses his cue after the guitar solo and clearly says "shit". Surprising it got through considering how closely this song got scrutinized.
  6:23pm Danne D:

My picture has been in People magazine.
Does that make me a celebrity?
  6:23pm willis:

in Louie, Louie, after the solo, the singer comes in with "me see" one cycle too early. then repeats the full line a few bars later
  6:23pm Producer Laura:

Here's one: on Ben Folds Five album Whatever & Ever Amen, on the track "Steven's Last Night in Town", a telephone rings at around 2:53.
  6:24pm kat330:

Geez, I USED to live next to John Cusack's family / childhood home in Evanston.
  6:24pm Art:

I used to live down the street from Michael Stipe in Athens GA.
  6:25pm Todd 76%:

There's a scream in the break of The Ohio Players "Love Rollercoaster" that documents an actual non-fatal stabbing that occurred in the studio - NOT! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Rollercoaster
  6:25pm Danne D:

That just made me look Ally Sheedy up. Not quite a Joey Heatherton transformation but still kinda wished I hadn't done so.
  6:26pm Julie:

apologize for the changeup
  6:26pm Nick the Bard:

They're remaking Spider-man so that Sony can hold on to the rights to it.
  6:26pm Spiderman:

I broke into some H'wood suits' houses, planted cams, and got some great video leverage. Nuff said.
  6:26pm mike noble in dc:

andrew garfield is actually a nerd
  6:27pm Andy Breckman's Self Esteem:

You can hear me slamming the door on the way out of the session during the recording of "100 Bottles of Beer".
  6:27pm Danne D:

That Ohio Players story is awesome:

1) because Casey Kasem just totally made shit up.

2) The band was smart enough to keep the urban legend alive in order to sell more copies.
  6:28pm giraffe-o:

Sony should make a movie of "Peter Porker, Spider-Ham"
  6:30pm 2001 Ape Costume:

I still retain the scent of cousin Dan
  6:31pm me:

what is the topic?
  6:31pm Spiderman:

My suit smells WAY WORSE.
  6:32pm Keeping Track:

Andy found the fatal flaw.
  6:32pm Aquaman:

my suit smells fishy duh-dum-tsh
  6:32pm ben drinken:

did andy and ken know that this topic for the show would not bring up fun stuff but all the music nerds out there with boring stuff and knowledge that who knows else cares about
  6:33pm kat330:

As so often, the playlist is providing the a-list entertainment -- kiitos!
  6:33pm 2001 Ape Costume::

I wonder how bad some of those costumes at Hard Rock Cafe stink

Andy lost his will to live (LHWTL) around 31 minutes into the show.
That's pretty good! Usually Andy LHWTL within the first 15 minutes of the show.
  6:34pm Danne D:

You can just go to this site and put the show on autpilot...well not really - these are way too technical for the grist of this show:
  6:35pm mike noble in dc:

isn't there a disco song where someone's murdered in the studio during the song?

Yeah - it was Love to Love You, Baby.
  6:36pm Danne D:

That site notes this dropped tambourine mistake - it's obvious
  6:36pm ben drinken:

at a recent parade I wondered if the people in those costumes of characters for radio stations, baseball teams, etc going down the street giving high fives and hugs could be perverts. and that they could easily pull one of their arms inside the costume and masturbate inside the costume while going around giving hugs and high fives
  6:36pm Producer Laura:

Internet says the tambourine drop happens at 1:20.
  6:37pm Danne D:

They actually drop the tambourine in the middle of the song.
  6:37pm Satan's Taco:

I think there are some Village People tracks where you can hear fellatio in the backgrund
  6:37pm Danne D:

Tambourine drop is here
  6:37pm depressed Persian cab driver:

How can I help? The excruciating details of "expert" attention to "important" mistakes is so painful. Can any of us here tonight do a better job? As for me, the answer is NO.
  6:39pm hamburger:

wasn't there was that Crash Test Dummies song where the guy forgets the chorus and just goes "mmm mmm mmm" no?
  6:39pm mike noble in dc:

are there any versions of "soul man" where the singer says "play it steve" when there is no steve present?
  6:39pm Producer Laura:

The tambourine drop is pretty endearing, actually! I'm glad it's in there.
  6:39pm The Who Live on The Smothers Brothers:

"My Generation" - Keith blows up his kit and sets pete's hair on fire.
  6:39pm Matt:

Ken -

The Byrds' version of Dylan's "Spanish Harlem Incident" has the one of the worst bass flubs in recorded history. (Around 1:13 in the video)

  6:39pm hopey:

It's too bad that Ken and Andy don't seem to read the comments.
  6:39pm Danne D:

How about the audible stick click in the early part of Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog"?

I think we've all made some mistakes with our fuzz pedal.

Right, people?
  6:40pm giraffe-o:

Maybe in a future show they can have people chime in about film flubs!
  6:40pm alberto:

fuzz pedal guitar on satisfaction was originally played by keith as a representation of what the horns would do later on the track.
  6:41pm B Jones:

"Ruby Tuesday" by the Rolling Stones has a bad vocal right at the beginning.
  6:41pm mike noble in dc:

when covering "satisfaction," otis redding says "satisfashion" because he didnt' actually know the words to the song, they were just told to him before the session.
  6:41pm Todd 76%:

I can't hear Steve Miller Band's "Jet Airliner" w/o out being completely distracted (I should just stop here...) by Steve's louder-than-God in-breaths before each line in the verse due to some filter effect on the vocal track.

The guy from the ANTIQUE PHONOGRAPH PROGRAM should call in with all the mistakes on the old timey garbage he plays.
  6:43pm ben drinken:

maybe Irwin knows of some songs that were supposed to be in the key of Z but made a mistake during recording and were in a key other than Z
  6:43pm mike noble in dc:

not really a mistake, but willie hall had no idea how long isaac hayes was gonna go on with his monologue at the beginning of "by the time i get to phoenix"... so he had to signal to someone to take over the drums for a second so he could massage a cramp out of his arm before continuing.
  6:43pm Danne D:

Beginning of Black Dog:
"Hey Hey Mama Said the way you move, gonna make you sweat gonna Make you groove" <stickclick> immediately before they go into the guitar riff.
  6:45pm Robert:

Why is it that when Andy loses the will to live, that's when I laugh?
  6:45pm Wings:

"Wino Junko" - 'Fuck You' coda.
  6:45pm mike noble in dc:

also not a mistake... but the dance "The Jerk" was created because of the herky jerky rhythm of early stax recordings... which itself was created because their studio was so large that the band was actually out of sync with eachother.
  6:46pm ben drinken:

once new a guy who was at a steve miller concert that had a guy in front of him just bombed off his ass constantly doing the "whistle" sound from jungle love during the entire concert. I think if that guy was in the studio doing that during recording the album would have been better
  6:46pm Producer Laura:

"Yeah, you can hear the squeak."
  6:46pm Danne D:

Yep, that's the dropped tambourine!
  6:46pm mike noble in dc:

what about the sound cutting out in the smiths' "some girls are bigger than others"
  6:48pm giraffe-o:

Robert, your answer : "schadenfreude". Or is it "ennui"?

Greg Kinnear
Greg Kinnear
Greg Kinnear
  6:48pm Danne D:

Football legend Bubba Smith died :(

Can I get some starfish melanoma on my Satan Sandwich?
  6:49pm Tristan:

Can I get a photo of your melanoma, Ken? I need to compare it to a mole I have to make sure I don't have skin cancer.
  6:50pm giraffe-o:

Danne : RIP Moses Hightower!!

Tristan - trust me, it's definitely cancer.
  6:51pm Wikipedia:

Charles Aaron "Bubba" Smith (February 28, 1945 – August 3, 2011)
  6:51pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Lyme disease has affected my hearing, Ken. And the exposure to gun shot, chainsaw, mower and leaf blower noise from the age of 12. Is that why I love WFMU now so much?
  6:51pm Danne D:

Yeah, Giraffe-o :(
  6:51pm Julie:

that pink floyd wasn't intentional?
  6:52pm mike noble in dc:

ELO's don't bring me down -- all their fans think they're saying bruce, don't they?

That's just some tape wobble.
  6:53pm Greg G:

Ken and Andy are being mean to a few callers, judging them by their voice and cadence instead of just letting them talk, which sucks, but then again, that comes with being middle aged hipsters with a modicum of importance in the scheme of life in the left turn lane.
  6:54pm listner jimbo:

Outsiders: Cleveland
  6:54pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Andy should do a Monk spin-off somehow. Like AfterMASH or whatever.
  6:54pm mike noble in dc:

ha, middle aged hipsters
  6:54pm Danne D:

I wish the Andy Breckman/Human League concert was available on youtube

Human League?!?
  6:54pm hopey:

This show is made better by Irwin contributing. He at least is into it.
  6:55pm Todd 76%:

The Outsiders were from Cleveland. The lead singer's family owns a great pizza place...
  6:55pm other david:

Andys story saved the show :D
  6:55pm Human League:

Management figured Andy could be The Inhuman League.
  6:56pm Humor:

Now this is FUNNY!!!
  6:57pm Danne D:

Andy's next project should be a documentary of his touring career. He has such great stories. Seriously.
  6:57pm Human League Audience:


Don't You Want Me, Andy?

Don't You Want Me, Ohhhh?
  6:58pm hamburger:

Andy's like the grandfather of trolling :)
  6:58pm Humor:

Everything prior, not so much.

  6:58pm kat330:

Show redeemed!
  6:58pm 40 Year Old Virgin:

I love this show!
  6:59pm Danne D:

Good night Andy fans!
  6:59pm Molly Ringwald:

  7:00pm glenn:

i went to high school with the star of jag. does that count?

Turn you're head and cough, Davy Jones
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