Favoriting Dinner at Andy’s with Ken and Andy: Playlist from March 14, 2012 Favoriting

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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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Favoriting March 14, 2012: Today's Programme

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Ken & Andy  Seven Second Delay   Favoriting     0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Red Flag  Walk Away   Favoriting Pharoah  Lipstick East Records  0:22:37 (Pop-up)
Leisure Class  Stalin   Favoriting Parents Night at the Leper Colony  LeisureCo  0:33:04 (Pop-up)
Bronze Fondue  Mood Ring   Favoriting Bronze Fondue  Bronze Fondue Records & Tapes  0:39:28 (Pop-up)
Drats!!!  Realness Keepers   Favoriting Too Entertaining?  Who The Hell is Jim Entertainment  0:50:15 (Pop-up)
The New Olds  Satan Took The Summer Off   Favoriting Capital Hill  New Olds  0:55:41 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  6:04pm
Matt from Springfield:

Just when I thought 7SD was finally going to get "deep", this is what they spring on us.
  6:04pm
glenn!:

you're getting decibels confused with octaves, boys.
  6:05pm
Carmichael:

OK well, might as well get this going. If you slow down your voice, the show will take longer. And who wants that?!?
  6:05pm
hamburger:

anyone watch 'Delocated'? tis my new favorite show (voice modulator on that too)
  6:05pm
Enzo:

Sadly, even with the voice modulation, Andy's gum smacking still sounds disgusting.
  6:05pm
Caryn:

Hello all! Fun how Andy is totally recognisable even with a modified voice.
  6:05pm
Danne D:

'This week only: Dan Tullis and Joel Clark Guest Host Seven Second Delay'
  6:05pm
Matt from Springfield:

Ken = deeper
Andy = SUPER deeper!
  6:06pm
Carmichael:

This sounds like Saw III.
  6:07pm
Mickey Mouse:

Why? Because we HATE YOU.
  6:07pm
Caryn:

Okay, I don't want to associate the phrase "going commando" with Andy and Ken, EVER!
  6:07pm
Matt from Springfield:

"Buying innnnnsurrrrranccccceeee..."
  6:08pm
ka330:

DanneD!
  6:08pm
Matt from Springfield:

Aaahhh!! Headphone attack!!
  6:09pm
Carmichael:

Who replaced Ringo Starr in Rory Storm & the Hurricanes?
  6:10pm
kat330:

[lost my "t"emporarily]
  6:10pm
glenn!:

pete best. or clem cattini.
  6:10pm
Carmichael:

Who played guitar on the Champs' "Tequila"?
  6:11pm
Caryn:

This is an easy one, but which Beatles' lyrics did Donovan write?
  6:11pm
glenn!:

glen campbell.
  6:11pm
Carmichael:

What was John Denver's real last name?
  6:11pm
Mickey Mouse:

I was waiting for Ken and Andy to do that "Oh Yeah" song from Ferris Bueller, while in deep voice mode.
  6:12pm
glenn!:

sexy sadie.
  6:12pm
glenn!:

deutschendorf.
  6:12pm
Carmichael:

Just throwing 'em out off the top of my head. Glenn, wrong on the 1st one, correct on the 2nd! And no fair googling ...
  6:13pm
kat330:

@Caryn: Tell me.
  6:13pm
glenn!:

i'm not.
  6:13pm
Don M.:

Andy already HAS a nemesis.
  6:13pm
::JT::

Yello!
  6:14pm
Carmichael:

Sorry, that was a general statement. Correct on the 3rd! It's fun ignoring Ken and Andy.
  6:14pm
Lawn Gislanders:

We love Ken's pronunciation of "zin gers"
  6:14pm
Caryn:

@kat: the line "sky of blue and sea of green" for Yellow Submarine. He also sang backup on the song.
  6:15pm
glenn!:

i thought that was lawn guy land.
  6:16pm
G:

Zach from Mit Hamine should call in for a 7 cent play on 7 Sec Delay
  6:16pm
kat330:

Cool, tying a before and after with mellow yellow submarine.
  6:16pm
Caryn:

Which actor's father taught Jimmy Page to play the guitar with a violin bow?
  6:16pm
glenn!:

oooh caryn.
  6:16pm
Carmichael:

David McCallum!
  6:17pm
G:

Aww, too bad Mit Hamine is way too Beavis and Butthead to get it together to register with Sound Exchange
  6:17pm
Caryn:

@Carmichael: correct!
  6:17pm
kat330:

Stephanie Zimbalist?
  6:17pm
glenn!:

who taught john lennon to play harmonica?
  6:19pm
glenn!:

no google!!
  6:19pm
kat330:

Wrong in more than one way, since would be her grandfather I was thinking of anyway.
  6:19pm
Carmichael:

Delbert Mc Clinton!
  6:20pm
glenn!:

correct. googler.
  6:20pm
Caryn:

Hmm, well, I know Delbert McClinton gave him some harmonica lessons...
  6:20pm
Carmichael:

We all know the same trivia! BTW, Keef Hartley replaced Ringo.
  6:21pm
Carmichael:

No googling here. I have this stuff burned into my grey matter, for some strange reason. Keep forgetting my ATM pin #, though.
  6:22pm
kat330:

I'd be better at guessing what the kits in the CatCam might do next...
  6:22pm
Caryn:

When writing the lyrics for the opening song of "The Meaning of Life", which other Python did Eric Idle compete with? (they both wrote their own lyrics, and the group got to vote)
  6:22pm
glenn!:

it's like asking how many people played in savoy brown.
  6:23pm
kat330:

@Caryn: Cleese?
  6:23pm
glenn!:

i'm gona say...... neil innes.
  6:23pm
Carmichael:

Or Spinal Tap. I'll guess Michael Palin.
  6:24pm
Matt from Springfield:

Lipstick (City) East!!
  6:24pm
Caryn:

First 3 guesses all wrong.
  6:24pm
glenn!:

one of us is right.
  6:24pm
kat330:

Palin was a close second choice for me. [He's my fave Python]
  6:25pm
kat330:

Terry Jones?
  6:25pm
Carmichael:

Graham Chapman?
  6:25pm
Matt from Springfield:

Terry Gilliam?
One of us must be right now!
  6:25pm
Caryn:

@kat: correct, Jones it is!
  6:25pm
glenn!:

damn!!
  6:25pm
kat330:

If it's Gilliam, we are pathetic!
  6:26pm
Terry Gilliam:

?
  6:26pm
Margeret Meehan, Central:

Abba?
  6:26pm
Danne D:

Ken - are my questions along the lines of what you want or are they crap? :)
  6:26pm
kat330:

No personal offense TG, just how bad we are at guessing with good odds. :)
  6:28pm
G:

I'm gathering that it's not the same Red Flag that has a wikipedia article ("a synthpop band founded in 1984 in San Diego by brothers Chris and Mark Reynolds"). That band is not nearly obscure enough.
  6:29pm
Caryn:

Actors Mike Myers and Eric McCormack knew the husband of a famous musician when growing up in Canada. Name the musician.
  6:29pm
b-b-b-bob:

i'd read that Daltrey stuttered while first reading the lyrics off the sheet Townshend wrote when doing an early try at it and they liked it and went with it.
  6:29pm
Matt from Springfield:

7 cents! They are now buffered against a sudden small increase in a sales tax! Small purchases can now be made without pawning possessions for 7 cents!
  6:29pm
glenn!:

anne murray.
  6:30pm
kat330:

Glenn took my guess.
  6:31pm
Caryn:

Nope. I'll give you a hint: the musician is British.
  6:31pm
glenn!:

not me.
  6:32pm
Stuttering Speedballer:

Bloody'ell Iknewit! Youweremakin'funofme! Y'knowspeed istheonlywayIcantalk withoutstuttering whyyoutryin'to takethat'way from me!!
  6:33pm
glenn!:

huh. no idea.
  6:33pm
Caryn:

Another hint: the musician has guest starred on one of McCormack's tv shows.
  6:34pm
::JT::

Marianne Faithfull?
  6:34pm
Danne D:

Who among us doesn't love Stalin Rock?
  6:34pm
glenn!:

still no idea.
  6:34pm
kat330:

I'm stumped, Caryn. Never saw McCormack's show.
  6:35pm
Caryn:

Okay, another hint: the musician has feuded with Madonna in recent years.
  6:36pm
Matt from Springfield:

That's expensive! That's about 1 cent per 3 seconds!
  6:36pm
kat330:

Elton!
  6:36pm
Danne D:

I figured 50 cent was an appropriate question given they are trying to win 7 cents :)
  6:36pm
glenn!:

is that supposed to narrow it down?
  6:36pm
Caryn:

@kat: correct!
  6:37pm
anne:

i'm loving the band names
  6:37pm
kat330:

Hey, Danne, nice to associate a voice!
  6:38pm
kat330:

Whoo-hoo! So glad there's no buzzer and lots of chances.
  6:38pm
Caryn:

Okay, many people say that the term "heavy metal" was first coined to describe Jimi Hendrix's performance at what venue?
  6:38pm
glenn!:

i'm gonna say the isle of wight festival.
  6:39pm
kat330:

Fillmore west?
  6:39pm
::JT::

Winterland?
  6:39pm
Courtney:

Stupid nerves! I totally new that Sgt. Peppers trivia question! Dagnabbit!
  6:40pm
Cliff:

I say "full" and "foal" the same way too
  6:40pm
Caryn:

First 3 guesses wrong. I can say that a critic described Hendrix's playing being "like heavy metal falling from the sky".
  6:40pm
Danne D:

btw hi Kat330 and everyone :)
  6:40pm
kat330:

I like the assonance of Bronze Fondue.
  6:41pm
Danne D:

No: you should not wear your mood ring tonight
  6:42pm
kat330:

Isle of Skye?
  6:42pm
Matt from Springfield:

My stream cut out toward the end of "Mood Ring" -- do I only have to send in a nickel?
  6:42pm
Cheri Pi:

I don't get to this show very often... and when I do I hear something about a mood ring by Bronze Fondue??
  6:42pm
Danne D:

That Tug of War show was awesome :)
  6:42pm
Caryn:

Actually, I can't remember if it was "falling" or "raining" but anyhoo, the point remains.
  6:43pm
Caryn:

A hint: it was a club venue.
  6:43pm
::JT::

Rainbow Bridge?
  6:44pm
glenn!:

marquee club.
  6:44pm
kat330:

"I Can't Stand the Rain." Tina Turner, Ann Peebles.
  6:44pm
Scuttle:

Prozac Rats best name yet
  6:45pm
Caryn:

Should I just say?
  6:45pm
woj:

fonz brodue? great band name!
  6:45pm
woj:

fonz brodue? great band name!
  6:45pm
Danne D:

"The Awkward Conversation" - clearly about 90% of this show's calls
  6:46pm
kat330:

Caryn, I gave up a while ago.
  6:46pm
kat330:

Aw, geez, Andy....
  6:46pm
Caryn:

Okay, the answer: The Electric Banana.
  6:47pm
glenn!:

nobody will get this one - who did the original version of "somebody's gonna get their head kicked in tonight"? (the rezillos song)
  6:47pm
Matt from Springfield:

See, that's the problem with Andy not looking at the comments! We could have had 3 "insider" rape jokes posted if Andy commented the ones in his head! Maybe even a Carl Perkins rape joke!
  6:47pm
kat330:

Ah, tying mellow yellow again.
  6:47pm
Andrew Waterloo:

Wasn't that a song by Phil Collins?
  6:48pm
Matt from Springfield:

The Electric Banana? Wasn't that the "club" where Spinal Tap were first seen by Marty DiBergi?
  6:49pm
Danne D:

Rats vs Drats
  6:49pm
kat330:

Fondue vs Flag
  6:49pm
Courtney:

Fleetwood Mac re: Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head...
  6:49pm
Danne D:

I think TMBG did a venue song at "The Electric Banana"
  6:50pm
glenn!:

way to go courtney. did you google that?
  6:50pm
Danne D:

LOL I wanted at least one successful question in case the show was a total fail
  6:51pm
Caryn:

@Matt: yeah, that was a way for them to try to ground Spinal Tap in musical reality, by mentioning real venues.
  6:51pm
Courtney:

No. I love The Rezillos & did my research pre-Google when I was a teenager
  6:51pm
kat330:

You (and Caryn) have kept us happily guessing -- thanks!
  6:51pm
Danne D:

Whoa it's like the soundtrack for Skyrim
  6:52pm
kat330:

I just love the youthful earnestness of these dudes.
  6:52pm
glenn!:

i like them a lot too.
  6:52pm
Courtney:

And, sorry folks, I've never really been able to stomach Fleetwood Mac so I couldn't believe/forget that
  6:52pm
Danne D:

I could've asked that question as a Duran Duran one but don't know if the whippersnappers calling in have ever seen that Video for "A View To A Kill"
  6:53pm
glenn!:

it's peter green's fleetwood mac, though.
  6:53pm
Danne D:

A little harder to whip out the questions that fast :) I'm trying Ken!
  6:54pm
kat330:

New Olds vs It's a Pontiac
  6:54pm
Caryn:

Okay: what did the title of Wire's album 154 signify?
  6:54pm
Danne D:

Koke Tiger - is that slang for a drug dealer?
  6:55pm
::JT::

Average length of the songs in seconds?
  6:55pm
Danne D:

LOL "Coke with a K" and then it's spelled like the drink
  6:55pm
kat330:

Lady Pants = Culottes?
  6:55pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Oh, I thought that was just a joke based off the "Mellow Yellow" lyrics!
"In 1966 at The Electric Banana--don't look for it, it's not around anymore..."
  6:56pm
Danne D:

White Album is a good guess.
Wow - Zappa question is tough for this format
  6:56pm
Caryn:

@Matt: nope, it was a real venue. And it really wasn't around anymore when the song was penned.
  6:57pm
Mark T in VT:

i will put this down for one of the best 7SD of 2012
  6:57pm
Danne D:

Of course Satan took the summer off - hockey season is in the winter.
  6:57pm
glenn!:

i know the coordinates in map ref are the geographical centre of the u.s.
  6:57pm
kat330:

Yep, it stands out.
  6:58pm
Danne D:

I think this show has to go down as a rare Seven Second Delay premise success.
  6:58pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Where does the 7 cents come from? Who writes the check? Is it WFMU or someone else?
  6:58pm
Danne D:

Have a great night everyone :)
  6:58pm
Matt from Springfield:

Vaudevillian, autocratic leader, no real difference when you think really hard about it...
  6:59pm
Caryn:

And while people ponder the Wire question, another punk question: name the queercore band who had a song called "For Those About to Suck Cock We Salute You".
  6:59pm
Listener Julian:

Do you guys think Andy and Ken are looking at each other? It bugs me to think they don't ever look at each other.
  6:59pm
chris:

the frog poison is kicking in
  6:59pm
Listener Julian:

@Caryn: Pansy Division?
  6:59pm
kat330:

Whether I dreamed it or not, everyone at FMU IS holding to a higher standard since the marathon (in my book and IMHO), Ken. Thanks and g'night all!
  7:00pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Ken HP: I'm sure WFMU sends lump sum checks to the (about 3?) music publishing companies quarterly, paying royalties for all music "published" by the respective companies that the station played that quarter.
  7:00pm
glenn!:

pansy division?
  7:00pm
kat330:

Answer, Caryn???
  7:00pm
Caryn:

The answers: 158 was the number of gigs the band had played at that point.

@Julian & glenn: correct!
  7:02pm
::JT::

Drats. Knew I was wrong. Closer to the first album anyway, I think 154 had longer songs.
  7:04pm
Caryn:

Man, I mean 154, not 158. Oy.
  11:17am
Archive Listener Frank:

Thanks WFMU!
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