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October 28, 2011 Options
Destiny — the drummer!
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

Téo Azevedo  Mané João   Options Grito Selvagem
(Central Park Tapes 1974)
Conjunto Explosão do Samba  Pôxa   Options Volume 4
(OBa 1975)
Jamelão  Castigo   Options Jamelão
(Continental 1974)
Nonato e Seu Conjunto  Dor de Cotovelo   Options No Balanço Jovem de Nonato e Seu Conjunto
(RCA 1978)
Os Malukos  Queridinha   Options b/w Você Me Iludio
(Mocambo 1968)
Quintal de Clorofila  As Alamedas   Options O Mistério Dos Quintais
(Mariposa 1983)
Orlandivo  Gueri-Gueri   Options Orlandivo
(Copacabana 1977)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Funky Not Stinky   Options D'Afro Disco • Garri Mix
(COdek 2002)

Lemhadong Collective  Lingon Ne Hegelung – Taga Snolon   Options Philippines: Women Artists of Lake Sebu
(Buda Musique )
Pa hat  Margul   Options Ethnic Minority Music of Northwest Xinjiang, China
(Sublime Frequencies )
Faustino Santalices  Antiga Alborada Popular Galega   Options Gravaciónes Históricas de Zanfona 1927-1949
(Boa )
Toni Iordache  Tinerete Tinerete   Options Sounds From a Bygone Age,
Volume 4
(Asphalt Tango )
Skopje Rifai Dervishes  Al-Hadi Anta Al-Haqq   Options For Centuries They Waited, for Years They Celebrated
(Pan 2004)
Naji  Sharah Dance   Options The Yemen Tihama: Trance & Dance Music from the Red Sea Coast of Arabia
(Topic )

Talkover Music:
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music From Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Bill Cagle and the Spirit of '68  The Other Ninety Nine   Options 7"
(Thunder 1968)
Roger Miller  Lock, Stock & Teardrops   Options Roger Miller
(RCA Camden 1964)
Billie Cee  Ecology Thing   Options 7"
(Super Country )
Molly Bee  Almost Persuaded   Options Swingin' Country
(MGM 1967)
Bobby Russell  Little Boy Tears   Options Saturday Morning Confusion
(United Artists 1971)
Don Bailey  Fourteen Stories Down   Options Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wastelands,
Volume 5: Last Kiss of the Drunken Driver
(Trailer-Park )
Henson Cargill  Reprints (Plastic People)   Options A Very Well Travelled Man
(Omni )

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
Ruby, My Dear   Options Monk Alone:
The Complete Columbia Solo Recordings 1962-1968
(Columbia 1965)

The Trio
(John Surman/Barre Phillips/Stu Martin) 
Flyover   Options By Contact
(Ogun 1979)
François Rabbath  Classical Impromptu   Options No. 2
(Philips 1964)
WIM Fanfare  FM 88   Options Fanfare 1975-1988
(Wimproveen 1984)
Paul Bryant  The Blues Message   Options This Is the Blues
(Pacific Jazz 1960)
Booker Ervin  East Dallas Special   Options Booker 'n' Brass
(Pacific Jazz 1967)

Talkover Music:
Aesop Rock 
Forest Crunk   Options Daylight
(Definitive Jux 2002)

Chuito y Chuitin  Baile de Pajaros   Options Un Jibaro Terminao
(Ansonia )
Combo Sampuesano  La Soberana   Options Porros Solo Porros,
Volume 5
(Discos Fuentes )
Alfredo Linares  Si Te Marchas   Options Introducing the Trombanda
(Mercurio 1984)
Montego Joe  Ouch   Options Wild & Warm
(Prestige 1965)
Pazant Brothers  Skunk Juice   Options Instrumental Explosion:
Incendiary Funk and R&B Instrumentals 1966-1973
(BGP 1969)
Jesse Price  I'm the Drummer Man   Options The Singing Drummer Man
(Blue Moon )
Winehead Willie & Sweet Lucie Brown  The Last of the Big Time Spenders (pts. 1 & 2)   Options T-Bird Party! A Swangin' Slew O' Greasy R&B 1957-1961
Eddie Seacrest  Shakin' With Flavor   Options The KRC Story
(The Famous Groove )
The Royal Jokers  September in the Rain   Options Itty Bitty Treasure Chest,
Volume 1
(Fortune )
Delilah  Packin' Up   Options b/w Pledging My Love
(Shirley 1964)
Liz Lands  One Man's Poison   Options b/w Don't Shut Me Out
(One-derful 1967)
Jim Delphs  Don't Sign the Papers Baby
(I Want You Back)   Options

(Karen )
Nolan Porter  If Only I Could Be Sure   Options b/w Work It Out in the Morning
(ABC 1973)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  8:45am glenn:

i'm full of delirious yimmer yammer, especially after staying up 'til one o'clock watching one of the strangest baseball games ever.
  8:46am Maricôt:

Mom, I'm home!
  8:49am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning Glenn! Greetings Maricôt! So glad you're here.
  8:49am listener james from westwood:

mornin' all! checking in for a couple of hrs before heading into manhattan for a fall stroll on the high line and a trip to the record fair!!
  8:50am Doug Schulkind:

Ahoy, LJfW! Please check portside for icebergs.
  8:53am glenn:

see, if i was running the record fair, there'd be tractor pulls and big horses and little baby goats and stuff. oooh, and pie.
  8:54am glenn:

what? like it's a bad idea?
  8:55am Doug Schulkind:

Ah but Glenn, there is an indoor mini-carousel, with gazillions of animals all over it. Does that count?
  8:56am listener james from westwood:

there was a dj petting zoo once. it was ... unsettling.
  8:56am listener james from westwood:

and pie is NEVER a bad idea. if they had a pie stand they'd clean up.
  8:59am glenn:

well, when i open up my t shirt store (ides of merch), there will be pie!
  8:59am ndbob:

morning doug and everyone!
  8:59am Doug Schulkind:

How-D, ndbob!
  9:01am listener james from westwood:

ides of merch! love it!
happy friday, ndbob!
  9:03am Brian in UK:

Hello, now the food is out of the way & those unfortunates that are going to have to spend money on sounds can gloat. Let's talk about BEER.
  9:03am Doug Schulkind:

You fill the pie holes, Listener James, I'll handle the ear holes.
  9:04am Doug Schulkind:

No Brian, first dogs, THEN beer. Woof.
  9:04am Brian in UK:

I'm just watching a bunch of arseholes right now.
  9:05am glenn:

who said food was out of the way? you just can't make those decisions by yourself, brian. a quorum and a vote is required.
  9:06am listener james from westwood:

i wish i could walk my dog while drinking a beer on the way to get a pizza pie. boom.
  9:06am Brian in UK:

OK then Doug. It's such a beautiful day here a walk at some time during the show is inevitable.
Fuck quorums this is not the EEC discussing the Euro bailout. It's much more important.
  9:07am glenn:

now, apple pie. where do we stand on the ice cream vs. cheddar cheese position?
  9:07am Parq:

LJ from WW, and all other DrummerSummers in the NY area, I'll be at the Dollar LP table at the Record Fair tonight. Stop by and say howdy. I'll be the old guy.
  9:08am Hermann Cain:

Cheese mit pie?? Nein, nein, nein!
  9:08am listener james from westwood:

parq, i'll be on admissions duty early on; will cruise on in when i grab a break and look for you.
  9:10am Doug Schulkind:

Old guys unite!
  9:10am Maricôt:

Téo sounds like "tell", actually.
  9:11am ndbob:

someday I'd like to make it to the record fair
  9:11am glenn:

au contraire hermann, good cheese with apple pie is a thing of beauty. and a thing of beauty is a joy forever, according to some old dead white guy.
  9:12am Brian in UK:

glenn I've never stood on either, messy business. Do not talk about old & me with the brian the size of a planet. Typos notwithstanding (love that word)
  9:13am glenn:

i agree. notwithstanding is up there in the pantheon.
  9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Maricôt! Please DO correct all of my atrocious pronunciations!

I love having a foreign correspondent stationed in Rio De Janeiro!
  9:16am Maricôt:

Your own personal portuguese advisor. Pie not included.
  9:18am glenn:

gee, i bet maricot would LOVE to hear some amalia rodrigues. hint hint.
  9:19am Hugo:

Calling in from the Upper West Side. Unusual to be listening to the show at this time.
  9:20am Brian in UK:

Let's stop going round in circles about Pi, it's 3.14159, enough glenn?
  9:22am glenn:

jeez. math humour. i fell like i'm in an episode of freaks and geeks.
  9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Welcome to NYC, Hugo. I so badly wish I was there.
  9:24am Van in Dallas:

Must be Friday! Hi Doug & listeners
  9:24am listener james from westwood:

heya hugo!
  9:24am listener james from westwood:

mornin' van!
  9:25am still b/pi:

What, are Eucliddin' me?
  9:26am Artie:

late as usual. you saved me some pie, right?
  9:26am Brian in UK:

This could be an expensive holiday, Hugo.

Nice b/pi, new name
  9:27am Doug Schulkind:

I LOVE where this conversation is going.

A beautiful morning to you, Van. Thanks for getting up oily.
  9:27am glenn:

bad / pun.
  9:28am Doug Schulkind:

Artie at the party!
  9:28am ndbob:

morning van!
  9:28am Brian in UK:

LJfW Was Laura Cantrell in the dj petting zoo he asked innocently?
  9:29am Hugo:

Hi Doug, James, Brian etc., glad to be here, in time for the record fair. Birthday present for the oldest kid, turning 18. Just came from Nairobi, via home base.
  9:29am Artie:

not *that* hungry. 1 radian is plenty. already gorging on radio.
  9:29am Doug Schulkind:

Down, Brian, down. Bad Brian.
  9:30am Parq:

Brian, a trip to NYC is always expensive, but Hugo's hours at the Fair are going to yield the best value per dollar of his whole weekend.
  9:30am Brian in UK:

arf arf (rolls over onto back & slobbers)
  9:31am glenn:

way to take a hit for the team, brian.
  9:31am listener james from westwood:

the exchange rate of $USD for records is always favorable.
  9:32am Parq:

And Brian re petting zoo, no, but Bryce was!
  9:32am Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of $USD, let's get this pledge thing OVER. Just $94.83 will put me —and the entire Give the Drummer Radio stream — over the top.
  9:34am still b/pi:

Visitors might trade a sandwich or a vegan pie or a couple of records for a tent spot in Zuccotti Park and save on lodging costs.
  9:36am ndbob:

sounds appropriately "drummer some" eclectic:)
  9:39am Doug Schulkind:

This gorgeous music from the Philippines can be procured here:
  9:42am Brian in UK:

I've got a bad case of Turfan Depression.
  9:45am Brian in UK:

The Uyghurs from this region have been shall we say repressed.
  9:45am glenn:

my first t shirt will say "come to the dark side - we have pie".
  9:46am Brian in UK:

Selling them in a round kiosk (another good word)
  9:46am glenn:

by repressed, do you mean ethnically cleansed?
  9:47am Brian in UK:

Huge influx of Han Chinese from the East has undermined their way of life in this area for many centuries along the Silk Road.
  9:47am triish:

Look at that great number, Doug. (I've some percentage still left to contribute.)
  9:48am still b/pi:

Mmmm...Darthberry Pie.
  9:50am annie:

i really am listening, just pretty busy.. how 'bout them cards, huh?
  9:50am listener james from westwood:

you want an evil pie? try the schadenfreude pie. but beware, lest it consume you in its sweet vengeful darkness.
  9:50am Brian in UK:

Cherry Pie anyone.

glenn this was a very good show
  9:51am Brian in UK:

  9:51am Doug Schulkind:

Oh triish! That makes me so glad.

Hello dear Annie! I would normally go for the National Leaguers, but visions of La Russa and Pujols speaking at Glenn Beck's rally still burn my eyes (even worse than seeing GWB canoodling with Nolan Ryan).
  9:52am glenn:

well, here in canada we have saskatoon berries. now that's a magnificent pie.
  9:52am listener james from westwood:

woo-hoo 100%! you go, triish, and all drummer lovers!
  9:53am still b/pi:

Excellent! Nice Drummer SUM!
  9:54am Doug Schulkind:

One damn hundred percent! Fan-loving-tastic!! I am thrilled!!! Pat each other riotously on the back!!!!
  9:54am Paul Sherratt:

Hi all, Hugo I'm tuning in from the Upper South West Side ( of the UK ) via a delightfully tinny laptop.

Cherry Pie Brian ? Is that the by ' My Pullover ' chap ?
  9:54am triish:

waiting on the lengthy paypal shuffle. I'll be among the stragglers.
  9:54am glenn:

better / pun.
  9:56am Van in Dallas:

Fantastic. Great to see the stream at 100% overall :)
  10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Pull up a chair and deal the cards, Paul Sherratt.

Thanks triish, thanks everyone.

Obviously, you can keep pledging. WFMU needs every penny. The drama here, at least, is over. I am a mama lion and this stream is my little cub. Now I will lick it with a tongue that could pull your skin off with one swipe!
  10:02am glenn:

hellooo, imagery.
  10:02am still b/pi:

Victory licks! Ooooh, the Lion Kink.
  10:03am Brian in UK:

This track has got the dog barking.
Hello Paul, Cornwall I presume. It was more lifting a crust on a cherry pie!
  10:04am Artie:

Yemeni Christmas, they seem happy about this 100% thing.
  10:05am annie:

stepping downstairs to put the tunes on down there... and re: politics and baseball? well... i have to keep it like church and state.. (haha): separated.. that was a hellova game last night i listened the old-fashioned way: under my covers with the transistor radio so my mom wouldn't hear it and make me turn it off..
  10:06am Doug Schulkind:

Amazing song starting off the next set. It's from 1968, but it sounds for all the world like THE IDEAL anthem for rallying the 99% Movement and Occupy Wall Street. See (hear) if you don't agree...
  10:07am glenn:

it was a great game, not withstanding (ha) all the errors by the cardinals. i'm happy for david freese too. he seems like a good guy.
  10:08am Artie:

Love, love, love the way MLB app on iPhone reproduces the whole transistor radio AM broadcast experience. Right up to the tinny sound and the need to hold it up to your ear while wandering about.
  10:09am ndbob:

I guess I'm in the minority here... I was interested in baseball when I was growing up, but I have almost no interest in it now
  10:11am still b/pi:

Don't watch no baseball, but would've enjoyed a thriller game like that one.
Great tracks from Dervishes and Naji.
Maybe we shoulda pressed DJs to make those head shave/pig kiss/hula-dance-in-a-prime-location kind of bets like some execs and school teachers do to motivate group effort.
  10:15am annie:

.....well, see i usually avoid b-ball too and most organized sports.. but i've loved the cards for forever.. the only name i recognized in that broadcast was orel hirsheiser, and he was the announcer for espn
  10:15am BodegaMan:

What is the name of the Yemenite language? I guess google could solve that easily too, but I"m 90% into my work right now.

Record fair tonight!
Morning all.
  10:17am ndbob:

quite an interesting song here
  10:18am Doug Schulkind:

Check out Give the Drummer Some/Mining the Audio Motherlode/WFMU at Holy Warbles:
  10:18am Dominick:

  10:19am annie:

wow!! this is so apt!
  10:20am Doug Schulkind:

From the lyrics: "Where are they, the other ninety nine? The decent folk, the righteous. Do they rally together in brotherhood, only to mourn? Can they not rally together for good, to overcome those things that make them mourn? Is it not time for such a rally of the other ninety nine? Where are they, the other ninety nine percent. The silent people, the sleeping giant….Look! They're coming. By the millions they're coming. From New York's sidewalks, from Chicago's factories, from the Mississippi Delta, from California's golden shores, from every state in the Union. Shoulder to shoulder, marching together to overcome wrong and set this nation right!"
  10:20am ndbob:

That's quite a nice tribute from Owl, Doug
  10:21am annie:

ok, now i'm really leaving
  10:23am Doug Schulkind:

ndbob, I'm totally flattered. Owl listens often to the Tuesday night GTDS.
  10:23am ndbob:

sounds like a "tales from the vinyl wasteland" song here
  10:25am Doug Schulkind:

You're right, it does. It wasn't, the Don Bailey track coming up IS!
  10:25am listener rey:

Billie Cee, then Molly Bee. Is Dolly P next?
  10:26am ndbob:

Yep.. he once posted something because I was talking about it in chat
  10:27am listener rey:

woohoo! congrats on reaching the pledge goal
  10:27am listener james from westwood:

øשl = mensch among mensches. great tribute!
  10:28am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you so much, Rey. You helped!
  10:28am earwax:

Woohoo indeed!!!
  10:31am Doug Schulkind:

The fun has only just begun, earwax!
  10:36am listener james from westwood:

many congrats on the perfect score, doug. today the drummer family of shows. by 10/31, i hope, all of wfmu. really hoping tomorrow's shite weather drives hordes into the manhattan pavilion, too!
  10:44am monica:

doug, i am SO happy for you. congrats on reaching your goal. werq!
  10:45am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you Listener James, exalted of Westwood. And thank YOU, Ms. Monica, you're the best!
  10:47am Carmichael:

100% Doug, good morning and congratulations! Now you have some bragging rights over those other slackers.
  10:47am Hugo:

Sunny up here on the west side (between 69 and 70), but windy. Overlooking part of New Jersey (Hoboken?) Has it turned a bit cold lately?

Lovely sounds of the Trio coming through. Quite familiar, I'd say.

Good on ya for reaching the goal!
  10:48am earwax:

Now this some drummin', DrummerSome
  10:50am Amanda:

Congratulations Doug!!!
  10:52am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Carmichael, much appreciated!

Snow was in the forecast here, Hugo. Ha!

Congrats to YOU, Amanda! You absolutely rawk!
  10:54am Brian in UK:

I think our glorious leader needs a little lie down trust this is a long set!!
  10:55am listener james from westwood:

Hugo, the temps have indeed been dipping cooler lately. 1st morning so far I've had to scrape ice off the car. But we have cloudless skies today!!
  10:56am J J:

Well done Give the Drummer Some crew.
  10:57am Doug Schulkind:

My sentiments, exactly, J J.
  10:58am Doug Schulkind:

This killer Belgian skronk can be gotten here:
  10:58am Carmichael:

I will hoist a flagon of ale in your name today, sir.
  11:00am ndbob:

33 here now but sunny
  11:01am Hugo:

I had a fine couple of days in Nairobi, climate wise. It's at 1600 meters altitude, so it never gets very hot. even though Al Shabbabb managed to heat it up by lobbing a few grenades around, but, alas, on the other side of town. Nairobi could turn into a hot spot (in that particular sense).
  11:02am Brian in UK:

Approaching 60 here and flagging!! More beer.

Stay away from the coast, Hugo
  11:03am Doug Schulkind:

Jeez, Nairobi is unstable? I guess anywhere that has insanely large slums would have to be considered unstable.
  11:06am Hugo:

Brian, yeah I know. Lamu and further up the coast towards Somalia is not advisable.

Doug, instability is more due to relations with Somalia. At least, that's what the locals say.
  11:07am Brian in UK:

Anyone for a weekend break in Mogadishu?
  11:09am mike noble on a bus:

Boltbus's wifi in Maryland apparently hates gtds :(
  11:11am Doug Schulkind:

I have trouble with Megabus's WiFi. I think it's cause I use a Mac. I see all these PC users online and I have to — horrors! — read a book. Welcome aboard, Mike!
  11:13am Brian in UK:

Fort Worth & Dallas about a million miles apart.
  11:13am Van in Dallas:

Well, not quite a million :)
  11:14am Brian in UK:

  11:15am Hugo:

There's a quarter of Nairobi largely inhabited by Somalis, reputedly built up by proceeds from smuggling and piracy. For these folks, money is not an issue. On the other hand, this is not a place where local tax collectors dare to thread.
  11:16am Vicki - DO or DIY:

Well done for making the 100%!
  11:16am Van in Dallas:

Definitely spiritually
  11:17am Van in Dallas:

Yes? Rangers & Cowboys both are in Arlington. Stadiums right next to each other really. Yes I was heartbroken last night watching the game. Twice the Rangers were ONE STRIKE from winning
  11:18am mike noble on a bus:

  11:18am John Cage:

That game went 4 hours 33 minutes.
  11:19am Brian in UK:

Are we talking cricket?
  11:19am Vicki - DO or DIY:

Amazing blog Holy Warbles
  11:21am Van in Dallas:

baseball Brian. Baseball :)
  11:21am bec:

Hi all! scuse me weighing in late but in an effort to catch up: skronk, kiosk, saskatoon, notwithstanding - these are all excellent words. congratulations on the funding home run! wish i could be at the record fair. went last year, it introduced me to the whole wfmillieu. mensch on!
  11:22am Doug Schulkind:

Listener Ira emailed me pointing out that I conflated Irving where the Cowboys play and Arlington, where the Rangers play, and ended up with Irvington, where New Jerseyans play!
  11:24am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Vicki! Wish I could catch you at the RadioVision Fest.

Good evening, Bec. You're up late!
  11:25am Doug Schulkind:

So sorry, Van. I was pulling for my old Washington Senators (now relocated!)
  11:26am still b/pi:

Why, just last week I was looking at images of Irvington, NJ, above and street level, simply to have a look at a place I stayed for a couple of months back in '73.
  11:26am Hugo:

Did I hear cumbia?
  11:26am Vicki - DO or DIY:

will you be at the Rec Fair, Doug?
  11:28am Doug Schulkind:

Wish so, Vicki, but no. Stuck in Pittsburgh. Old friend Chazz will have to fly the Give the Drummer Radio banner.
  11:28am Vicki - DO or DIY:

yes, will see Charlie!
  11:30am Doug Schulkind:

For many years, I was an anual co-host with Jeff Sarge on his WFMU program The Reggae Schoolroom. There were A TON of pledgers from Irvington, New Jersey. Must be a reggae hotbed. Who knew?!
  11:36am Brian in UK:

Walkies. Top job. Same time next week.
  11:41am Carmichael:

This ain't no cumbia ...
  11:43am listener james from westwood:

if it gonna be THAT kind a party ...
  11:49am still b/pi:

This is an entertaining buoyed-tempo version of September in the Rain.
  11:50am Doug Schulkind:

Nazario Scenario = 100%
Tony Coulter = 100%
Give the Drummer Some = 100%

Give the Drummer Radio = 100%
Me = 100% Happy
  11:50am Van in Dallas:

Cowboys haven't played in Irving in a few years. Heck, Texas Stadium was demolished quite a while back. They play in Arlington now, in Jerry World, you know, with the humongous monitors over the field...the $1.3 billion stadium...
  11:52am Doug Schulkind:

All I know about Texas I learned from Robert Caro's Lyndon Johnson biographies.
  11:53am We the People:

100% devotion from listeners of this little nook of WFMU.
  11:54am Carmichael:

We are the 100%.
  11:55am J J:

Why do they build stadiums with no plans for longevity? Seems they only last 40 50 years tops. Meanwhile I live in a building from the late 1800's.
  11:55am Doug Schulkind:

Give the Drummer Radio has grown out my own personal desperation to stay on the WFMU airwaves despite moving from NYC to Pittsburgh. I am eternally grateful to Ken Freedman and WFMU for letting me give this a go. Of course, without you, it would be pointless (and impossible).

Stay desperate!
  11:57am pgw in mntclr:

  11:59am Doug Schulkind:

I'll never make it as an honorary Yinzer. My daughter's a vegetarian fer chrissakes!
  12:01pm J J:

yinz. I had never heard of that.
  12:01pm ndbob:

excellent show as always - and congrats to gtds for reaching 100%
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

well done doug! a fine weekend to all.
  12:02pm cien por ciento:

Nosotros somos los desesperados.
  12:03pm pgw in mntclr:

no Primanti Brothers for her
  12:05pm Van in Dallas:

Thanks Doug!
  12:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Big huge enormous thanks!
  8:54pm Leigh:

Jammin show
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