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Two hours of rollicking delite: '60s jams, cartooniness, seriousness, sing-alongs, and Simpsons talk. P.dece.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Tom Lehrer  Poisoning Pigeons in the Park   Options       Cassette      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Shonen Knife  Little Tree   Options   Radiopaque    7"      0:02:04 (Pop‑up)
The Necessaries  You Can Borrow My Car   Options   Spy  1979  7"      0:04:59 (Pop‑up)
Stereo Total  Tu Peux Conduire   Options My Melody  Bobsled  1999  CD      0:07:19 (Pop‑up)
Doc Hopper  Coffee Jerk   Options             0:09:49 (Pop‑up)
TA-80  Brandy and Boardgames   Options TA-80 Will Bury You  Phat Phorty    CD    *   0:12:01 (Pop‑up)
Bad Manners  My Girl Lollipop   Options   Magnet  1982  7"      0:15:04 (Pop‑up)
The Emotions  Best of My Love   Options             0:25:05 (Pop‑up)
The Fatbacks  Gotta Learn How to Dance   Options   Event  1975  7"      0:28:44 (Pop‑up)
Howard Tate  Little Volcano   Options     1969        0:32:34 (Pop‑up)
Peggy Lee  Sitting on the Dock of the Bay   Options             0:34:52 (Pop‑up)
Chet Baker  I Get Along Without You Very Well   Options         sung along to    0:37:40 (Pop‑up)
Cat Power  Islands   Options             0:40:31 (Pop‑up)
Nat King Cole  Lost April   Options             0:42:24 (Pop‑up)
The Jesus and Mary Chain  April Skies   Options             0:46:15 (Pop‑up)
The Cyclones  You're So Cool   Options   Little Ricky  1981  7"      0:59:25 (Pop‑up)
The Shirts  Laugh and Walk Away   Options Street Light Shine  Capitol  1979  LP      1:01:54 (Pop‑up)
The Tourists  Circular Fever   Options   Logo  1979  7"      1:04:58 (Pop‑up)
The Waitresses  Bread and Butter   Options I Could Rule The World If I Could Only Get The Parts  Polydor  1982  LP      1:08:26 (Pop‑up)
The Pretenders  Precious (live)   Options Extended Play (EP)  Sire  1981  12"      1:12:02 (Pop‑up)
Blondie  Rip Her to Shreds   Options     1976  MP3      1:15:15 (Pop‑up)
The Denver Mexicans  Noose Around My Neck   Options             1:27:50 (Pop‑up)
The Black Hollies  Hush   Options             1:30:24 (Pop‑up)
The Muffs  Do the Robot   Options   Sympathy for the Record Industry    7"      1:34:14 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello  I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down   Options   Columbia  1980  7"      1:39:43 (Pop‑up)
Coney Hatch  Stand Up   Options s/t  Mercury  1982  LP      1:41:55 (Pop‑up)
Polvo  Every Holy Shroud   Options Celebrate the New Dark Age  Merge  1994  LP      1:45:31 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Manning  Green   Options One Perfect Green Blanket  Normal          1:51:40 (Pop‑up)
Simon & Garfunkel  April Come She Will   Options         from YouTube    1:54:21 (Pop‑up)
The Association  Barefoot Gentleman   Options Birthday            2:04:31 (Pop‑up)
Chad & Jeremy  Four Strong Winds   Options Sing For You  World Artists    LP      2:07:05 (Pop‑up)
Alive 'N' Kickin'  Tighter, Tighter   Options       7"      2:09:41 (Pop‑up)
The Crystals  He's a Rebel   Options       7"  at the wrong speed    2:12:34 (Pop‑up)
Rachel Sweet  Then He Kissed Me/Be My Baby   Options ...And Then He Kissed Me  Columbia  1981  LP      2:15:38 (Pop‑up)
Morphine  In Spite of Me   Options Cure For Pain      CD      2:18:45 (Pop‑up)
Connie Francis  Santa Lucia   Options Sings Italian Favorites            2:27:41 (Pop‑up)
Teresa Brewer  The Pilgrim - Chapter 33   Options 16 Most Requested Songs  Sony  1991 (comp)  CD      2:30:15 (Pop‑up)
Bettye Swann  Words   Options s/t comp  Honest Jons    CD      2:33:31 (Pop‑up)
Pepe Pinto  Mi Nina Lola   Options             2:36:04 (Pop‑up)
  If I Only Had a Heart (Tin Man's song)           from YouTube    2:39:39 (Pop‑up)
Architecture in Helsinki  Spring 2008   Options Fingers Crossed  Bar-None  2004  CD      2:41:47 (Pop‑up)
Richard Thompson  I Still Dream   Options Amnesia  Capitol  1988  CD      2:44:40 (Pop‑up)
The Scaffold  Thank U Very Much   Options   Bell  1967  7"      2:49:45 (Pop‑up)
Patti Smith  Easter (cut off)   Options             2:58:29 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:46am glenn:

verily, the stream it doth suck.
  11:47am Amanda:

Say what?
  11:47am glenn:

hark, it no longer sucketh.
  11:49am Amanda:

Phew! You like to give me a heart attack over here! (Thanks for the update. )
  11:50am Brain in KU:

I had the same here, glenn.

Good day, Amanda. Got any comedy records?
  11:52am Amanda:

Hi Brian! Haha, well, I do have some, but I'm not gonna say if I brought them today.
  11:55am glenn:

that means she did. the old non denial denial ploy. we're onto your evil ways, fair vixen.
  11:55am john:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Amanda:

Gasp! glenn said I was "fair"! Better than "poor," I guess.

Hi john!
  11:58am john:

Hey Amanda, I have an Outlook reminder that goes off every Wed to remind me of your show. It's set to remind me foreverrrrrrr.
  11:59am Carmichael:

I'm here, in theory. Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of music.
  12:00pm Ricardo Montalban:

I ran as fast as I could. What did I miss?
  12:01pm glenn:

forsooth, thy fairness is the fairest in radio land.
  12:01pm Aaron in Jcity:

  12:02pm glenn:

comedy record. i told ya.
  12:05pm listener james from westwood:

i answer one goddamn work email and miss tom lehrer? nertz! excellent choice. and hello all!
  12:06pm Brain in KU:

Ricardo your brother Ricotto was around yesterday. He's taller than you.
  12:07pm maestroso:

The right side on the Shonen Kniife track was almost inaudible. The current song is fine though.
  12:09pm Brain in KU:

Drive My Car?
  12:09pm Ricardo Montalban:

@ Brain in KU: Re: Ricotto: He smells funny, too.
Not like rich, Corinthian leather.
  12:10pm Ricardo Montalban:

Sounds like they're singing 'buy my nose'.
  12:11pm Brain in KU:

A little immature perhaps. Not firm & hard with a strong crust.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11pm Amanda:

Hi Ricardo M., and Aaron! Glad you like the Tom Lehrer.

john, thanks for the Outlook reminder. I just set one of those up myself...

maestroso, I noticed that too. Ecch. Well, we'll try to avoid that turntable for now (can't avoid it altogether though.)
  12:11pm Van in DC:

Hi Amanda. Hi alternate streamers.
  12:14pm Carmichael:

Coincidently, my iPod just last night played to me the Periodic Chart of the Elements.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14pm Amanda:

O and hi, Van and Listener James!!! AND CARMICHAEL!
  12:16pm Ricardo Montalban:

Love this song! The video was hilarious, as well.
  12:17pm Brain in KU:

Carmichael, was it the voice of H.A.L?
  12:19pm Carmichael:

He he Brian, it was the voice of Prof. Lehrer. Although HAL does a decent version of "Daisy".
  12:19pm glenn:

no, it was the voice of tom lehrer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYW50F42ss8
  12:21pm jaminta80:

Thank you for playing us, Amanda!
  12:21pm listener james from westwood:

now, yuengling and boardgames w/ a side of bbq, you've got my ideal saturday night. settlers of catan or ticket to ride this time around?
  12:24pm Brain in KU:

Ying Tong
  12:24pm Carmichael:

Cardinal Fang
  12:28pm glenn:

woo's pigs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29pm Amanda:

Nobody expects the Nazario Scenario!

Jamin, the pleasure was all mine. Thanks so much for sending the CD along. :-)
  12:32pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Amanda and all the listeners.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32pm Amanda:

Hello Richard! Thanks for chiming in!
  12:33pm Carmichael:

Hola, Ricardo!
  12:33pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hola Carmichael.
  12:39pm Wendy del Formaggio:

hi Amanda! My lunch break is over and I'm tuned in.
  12:41pm Matt from Springfield:

Great Spring show Amanda!
TOM LEHRER! Love that one!
  12:41pm Matt from Springfield:

Was Bad Manners a guy group covering "My Boy Lollipop"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm Amanda:

Hey Wendy! Hope the lunch is even cheesier than today's programming. So nice to hear from you.

Hey Matt!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm Amanda:

@Matt - yep.
  12:42pm Brain in KU:

Matt, lead singer was called Buster Bloodvessel.
  12:44pm Brain in KU:

Amanda, you've gone all Monica, that's a compliment.
  12:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@Brian: Wow, great name!
Thanks Amanda. I'm also digging all these classic pop vocals in this set. Nat was/is/ever shall be King.
  12:44pm Ricardo Montalban:

He also went by Fatty Buster Bloodvessel
  12:45pm Carmichael:

Although I confuse them with Bad Brains, they were (are?) a two-toned ("integrated") ska band. So My Girl Lollipop is right up their musical alley.
  12:45pm Van in DC:

National Walking Day today, by the way. Did my 30 minutes already. :)
  12:48pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I had a tuna sammich (with cheddar), cole slaw, green salad (with feta) and a tiny bag of Cheetos. I guess my lunch was pretty cheesy, but your show is offering serious competition. :-)
  12:48pm Brain in KU:

Not quite as Two Tone as The Specials or The Selecter.

Technical point, Swindon is due west of London.
  12:49pm listener james from westwood:

as reverend lovejoy would say, "and it goes on like this." no worries on the garfunkage. onward!
  12:49pm Brain in KU:

Not sure if April ever came!!
  12:50pm listener james from westwood:

or the simonage; i can't distinguish their speaking voices. :)
  12:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Always preview before playing, even on Internet radio!

Interesting to note however: the year Paul Simon was living in England, he was roommates with none other than Al Stewart.
  12:51pm Michele:

The Jesus and Mary Chain! Yes so psyched!
  12:52pm Brain in KU:

Bedsitter Images, indeed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52pm Amanda:

Haha yay! Hi Michele!
  12:53pm Carmichael:

@Matt: he also wrote Cyrkle's Red Rubber Ball.
  12:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: That's right. Really helped the Cyrkle out.
@Brian: Always wanted to check that album out, so far I haven't.
  12:55pm listener james from westwood:

must scamper off to help out the parents; will savor the flavor in the archive. thanks amanda and good wednesday all!
  1:00pm efd:

Yay, the Cyclones! One of my favorite bands of that era - this song is killer!
  1:00pm Big Sausage Pizza:

Brain - Swindon's most famous export?
  1:05pm Brain in KU:

XTC I would guess.
  1:08pm Carmichael:

@Brian: I have a soft spot in my heart for the Specials. Message to Rudy is a great song. Saw their horn section back up the Pogues many years ago.
  1:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Occasionally I'll hear something for the first time on FMU, then about a week later hear the same song on a Sirius/XM channel--seems like their programmers are tuning in for ideas!

I heard Rockpile's "Teacher Teacher" on your show, again in Archive, then in my car I heard a familiar intro: they were playing it this Saturday on 1st Wave! And then they played Rockpile's "Heart" the other day. Demand royalties for giving them ideas!
  1:09pm Michael:

I'd say so. They included a map of Swindon in one of their lp's. Sad Andy and Colin don't speak anymore.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:10pm Amanda:

Hi efd! Not shocked that you are a fan of the Cyclones too. @Big Sausage Pizza and @Michael -- so glad that abortive S&G egofest yielded some good discussion of Swindon, at least.
  1:10pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm Amanda:

Hi ndbob!
  1:11pm Carmichael:

  1:12pm Carmichael:

Hiya Bob!
  1:12pm Brain in KU:

Matt we are the ones with Royalty. Diamond Jubilee, Weddings etc.

There was an excellent DJ who the BBC dumped called Mark Lamarr who came from Swindon. Stunning knowledge of Rock n Roll & Reggae, Ska etc. He would do well on FMU.
  1:12pm SteveL:

Always liked The Waitresses.
  1:13pm Ricardo Montalban:

I also liked early Pretenders.
  1:14pm Brain in KU:

Best thing about Swindon is the road out of town!!
  1:16pm SteveL:

OK, always liked the Pretenders too. Think I have to get this, since I saw them sometime in 1980. We actually made it up to their hotel room, accompanied by a roadie of someone. THANK GOD they were too tired to party with the likes of us. Not sure I would have survived.
  1:16pm Carmichael:

I saw the James Honeyman Scott Pretenders, with Iggy Pop opening. Pretty fab concert.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm Amanda:

Wow, SteveL! I'd have gotten into a heap of trouble partying with them (or the Waitresses, for that matter).
  1:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Didn't know the Specials horns played with the Pogues, Carmichael.
  1:17pm SteveL:

I also have a story about NOT doing cocaine with the Replacements. Perhaps I should write a book.
  1:18pm Brain in KU:

First Blondie album is frightfully good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18pm Amanda:

"What you haven't done could fill a book."
  1:19pm Michael:

Map of Swindon from XTC's Go2
  1:19pm Brain in KU:

A slim volume of Mallarme.
  1:21pm Brain in KU:

The Waitresses are for life not just for Christmas.
  1:22pm Ricardo Montalban:

I only ever saw the episode of Square Pegs with Devo on it.
  1:23pm Ricardo Montalban:

The Waitresses' song I Know What Boys Like did funny things to my hormones when I was a teenager.
  1:24pm SteveL:

RM: You got THAT right.
  1:27pm Doug S.:

But that does NOT make me "the man."
  1:30pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ricardo: I know of Square Pegs because of a Nick At Night marathon from long ago--I saw about four episodes.

Devo was hired by the rich prick girl for a party, then canceled to do SNL, then un-canceled because SNL thought they were hardcore punk with riotous fans or something. That the episode?
  1:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Tune in next week, for "What I Think I Thought I Remembered Theater".
  1:31pm Carmichael:

Doug, you are Da Man, not to be confused with THE MAN.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:31pm Amanda:

@Doug -- we have been through this and through this! You are not "the Man," you are the "Man."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm Amanda:

Yes, Carmichael said it better
  1:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Love the Black Hollies--just the group to do a faithful cover of "Hush"!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35pm Amanda:

I agree! FYI, the Moto-Gators do a good one also.
  1:36pm Brain in KU:

Next week famous people from Wolverhampton. That should go down like a ...........
  1:36pm Ricardo Montalban:

Funny how the Square Pegs plotline seemed to have come true for Devo in their middle age. They probably do more corporate appearance shows than proper shows.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39pm Amanda:

This is one of the the best song endings in the history of song endings.
  1:39pm Carmichael:

Good name for a band: The Rich Prick Girl.
  1:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Moto-Gators doing "Hush"? Sweet!

@Ricardo: "Be careful what sitcom plots you involve yourself in..."
Although Mark Mothersbaugh seems to be more heavily in demand solo, writing quirky scores for TV and films.
  1:41pm Carmichael:

Boy, Devo 2.0 went straight down the dumper in record time, didn't it?
  1:41pm Ricardo Montalban:

Just watched Devo's appearance on SNL again and read a contemporaneous interview with them from Synapse Magazine and was struck by what a fascinating documentary subject they'd make
  1:42pm Ricardo Montalban:

I think the DEVO 2.0 happened at the same time they licensed WHip It to that Swiffer commercial. It was all lost in a wash of cleaning products and contracts.
  1:43pm jaminta80:

I have such distant memories of watching "Square Pegs" that I pretty much have zero recollection of it... but for some reason the DEVO episode is forever burned in my mind...
  1:44pm efd:

The Cyclones AND Coney Hatch?! Get out of my record collection, Amanda! :)
  1:44pm Ricardo Montalban:

I also liked their appearances on Fridays, ABC's short-lived SNL clone
  1:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Fridays! Andy Kaufman creating chaos live!
  1:46pm Carmichael:

I remember them singing while walking on treadmills. That may have been the Fridays show. The song was You Got Me Jerking Back and Forth.
  1:47pm Ricardo Montalban:

Yes, Carmichael. You are correct.
  1:47pm Matt from Springfield:

@jaminta: Do you also remember a big commercial promotion leading up to that episode? That could explain it. "Tune in at ___ for Square Pegs! With special appearance by...DEVO!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Amanda:

Oof, Evan, touche. But I was careful to leave the Nick Gilder at home today.
  1:52pm Matt from Springfield:

No Nick Gilder? I guess this stream doesn't have CanCon requirements, unlike main WFMU during the three hours of Evan's show :)
  1:54pm jaminta80:

Yea, that's probably why... I was obsessed with DEVO as a kid too... So the sight of seeing them playing some party with those giant white plastic collars proved to be pretty unforgettable!
  1:56pm Matt from Springfield:

April, Come She Has (Finally!!!)
Amanda was holding down the fast-forward button ever since the first false start an hour ago, and they finally got to the song part.
  1:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Got to hand to DEVO for their dress and sunglasses!
  1:57pm Chris P.:

I'm here I'm here!
  1:58pm ndbob:

yep - they are here waiting to be mailed
  1:59pm Carmichael:

Shopping for records is a secret pleasure, ans should never be shared with anyone.
  2:00pm ndbob:

I need to go .. excellent show Amanda! I'll catch the rest on archive.
  2:00pm Ricardo Montalban:

I agree. Plus, that other person may find the record you're looking for first.
  2:02pm Ricardo Montalban:

I once found a record that me and another DJ were discussing months previously. We both really, really wanted it. When I found it and told my friend, he sort of went "eh. It's not THAT great..."
  2:04pm Chris P.:

Almost forgot to tune in today AGAIN...I don't want a repeat of last week where I forgot to tune in live, and Amanda came to my job and pounded my face in. Twas quite an experience.
  2:04pm Sour Grapes:

@Ricardo: This is what you would call it. I come from an Aesop fable.
  2:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Start a fan club for them--The Association Association!
  2:05pm Ricardo Montalban:

It was Sour Grapes, but The Aesops. How did you know? Toby? Is that you?
  2:06pm Matt from Springfield:

And conferences! The Association of Associated The Association Associations!
  2:06pm Ricardo Montalban:

All this silly jabber jawin'! I keep meaning to say that this is a wonderful show, Amanda!
  2:06pm Sour Grapes:

Nope, I'm not Toby.
(And besides, Toby's not THAT great...)
  2:08pm Matt from Springfield:

I agree Ricardo, wonderful show today!
Amanda has no complaints about us? Great, we don't have any about her show!
  2:09pm Matt from Springfield:

CHAD AND JEREMY! (I think) they were better than Peter & Gordon, more of a folk duo. Even singing Ian & Sylvia!
  2:09pm Brain in KU:

Chad & Jeremy frightfully nice English chaps.
No complaints, when was this show last risk assessed?
  2:10pm Ricardo Montalban:

And considerably calmer than Sylvie and Babs
  2:10pm glenn:

ian tyson has made some truly great music.
  2:10pm Brain in KU:

His brother could box too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm Amanda:

Brain, here comes a pretty big risk, if that's what you're after.

Welcome back Chris P.!
  2:12pm glenn:

hark, ye olde english fellow hath spoke.
  2:12pm Matt from Springfield:

I know this is the later part of the show Amanda, but make sure to annotate that "Tighter, Tighter" was written for this group by Tommy James.

He was writing "Crystal Blue Persuasion" for them, then loved it so much he kept it for himself! Tommy then gave this to them instead.
  2:13pm glenn:

hey, where can one find crippled cock farmyard scrumpy in london?
  2:13pm kat330:

Hi, Amanda! Been a busy, appointment-filled day for me, but better late than never.
  2:13pm glenn:

maybe that should be spake, not spoke.
  2:14pm Doug S.:

Hey, happy birthday, kat330!
  2:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, is this meant to be a 33 rpm Crystals, or just a miscue? :)
  2:14pm Chris P.:

This sounds like the O'Jays singing it. It's quite amazing.
  2:15pm kat330:

Oh, wow, that's a whole week's worth of well wishing -- thanks, Doug! I gather you got my email about streaming on my new box?
  2:15pm Van in DC:

It's your birthday kat330? Happy birthday!
  2:15pm Carmichael:

Sounds like the Walker Brothers to me.
  2:15pm kat330:

Hey, Matt! Do tell about your Moody concert!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm Amanda:

Happy birthday and welcome, kat330! Always nice to see you.
  2:16pm kat330:

Van, I believe you wished me that on the actual day (last Friday), but hey, I'll take it whenever I get it! :)
  2:17pm Brain in KU:

glenn it's probably from Devo(n)/Somerset or Herefordshire. A lot of these ciders do not travel well. Not come across a crippled cock if you'll pardon the expression.
The nitrous oxide part of the show.
  2:17pm Doug S.:

@kat330, did indeed. Will try to help

@Carmichael, I hope you are feeling better than you were on Ken's playlist earlier.
  2:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: They still got it! They did play more 70s/80s hits than I cared for, but I got to hear several of their well-known 60s songs by the original guys! (And you could tell the original guys--all of 'em had snow white hair!)
  2:18pm kat330:

It was on Friday (thusthe 3/30 in my handle) but thanks, Amanda! I missed Chad & Jeremy?! [pout]
  2:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Oh yeah...Goooooooo ARIES!! :)
  2:19pm Carmichael:

Thanks Doug. Not much better, but hopefully it will pass.
  2:19pm Brain in KU:

How did Rachel Sweet survive that Stiff tour in the 70s?
  2:20pm kat330:

@Matt: Mollusk! So, no "Go Now"?
  2:21pm Doug S.:

Oh poor Mark Sandman. Dead at freaking 46. Died on stage fer chrissakes.
  2:23pm kat330:

@glenn: I looked up above and see an Ian & Sylvia convo. "Someday Soon" was always part of my folk repertoire, but now I sing it with rather cynically altered lyrics to match the age change.
  2:25pm Matt from Springfield:

They did "Go Now", though I wish they had sang "Legend of a Mind"--that was the biggest omission.
  2:25pm kat330:

What's wrong, Carm? If something on Ken's show (I had to miss the whole shebang) was to blame, give me a heads-up before I hit the archives. ;)
  2:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Woo hoo! Name check! Anecdote check, even!
  2:26pm kat330:

Did they at least rock "Go Now"?
  2:30pm Carmichael:

Just feeling generally crappy, for the 2nd day in a row. I can't blame Ken, though I often try to.
  2:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh yeah, as well as "Question", "See-Saw", and couple others I didn't know the titles of, were rocked VERY hard! Great mix of mellow and driving, and background kaleidoscopic visuals to boot!
  2:31pm Matt from Springfield:

"Santa Lucia" is an old Italian standard, but never heard it till now! Of course Miss Francis did a recording of that in the 50s--very nice vocal, thanks!
  2:31pm kat330:

Heh! (on the Ken comment) Sorry on the generally crappy...:( Did Ken transmit his Lyme disease o'er the waves?
  2:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Teresa Brewer--thought this was Jeannie C. Riley at first! Now I'm intrigued, I'll have to request the other 15 songs sometime!
  2:34pm Dan in Seattle:

Teresa Brewer was married to Bob Thiele, the Impulse Records producer who gave John Coltrane free reign to record virtually any time he wanted. Thiele later started Flying Dutchman Records.
  2:37pm Brain in KU:

Ever heard of Craze Finton Kirk written by the BGs. Supposed to be about a character on the London streets in the 60s. Catchy chorus. Not heard it for must be 30 years. Where did that come from?
  2:40pm Doug S.:

Jesus that was gorgeous.
  2:40pm Carmichael:

Here you go, Brian: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kxfq-E0G3Y
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42pm Amanda:

I am watching the antics of Toto with interest
  2:43pm Carmichael:

My dog looks just like Toto. Cairn Terrier, silver and black.
  2:44pm kat330:

I can vouch there are a lot of yellow buildings in Helsinki.
  2:45pm Artie:

So she resembles Kansas Toto, not Over A Rainbow Toto. Wasn't that one brown? (Can't believe I just name checked Kansas and Toto in one post)
  2:45pm Carmichael:

Richard Thompson!
  2:46pm kat330:

  2:47pm kat330:

This should make you feel better, Carmichael. It does me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm Amanda:

Hi Artie! Toto was salt-and-pepper, in both environments. :-)
  2:51pm kat330:

Amanda, I followed Matt's link to your very first 'cast he posted here last week and listened to the archive. He was quite right, you were fine from the get-go!
  2:52pm Carmichael:

Wasn't the Scaffold a light comedy group?
  2:52pm Brain in KU:

Thanks Carmichael.

There was always a lot of debate about what the Aintree Iron was? Never did resolve it.
  2:52pm jaminta80:

We're actually working on a Ricahrd Thompson cover song right now...and Toto one!
  2:53pm kat330:

Which RT? Mollusk in advance since I don't think there's a bad possibility in the bunch.
  2:54pm Brain in KU:

Gotta cut out. Great show Amanda. Dinners burning. Ying Tong.
  2:55pm Van in DC:

Thanks for the show today Amanda!
  2:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice show Amanda, we're now all prepared for Spring!

Have a great afternoon, everyone!
  2:57pm Carmichael:

Thank you again, Amanda. See you next week.
  2:57pm jaminta80:

We're doing either "Walking on a Wire" or "Wall of Death" we haven't decided yet...the "Wall fo Death" sounds cooler but I'm aware that one gets covered quite a bit, so we'll probably end up doing "Walking on a Wire"
  2:59pm kat330:

Love them both! Thanks Amanda!!
  2:59pm Chris P.:

Looking forward to catching the rest of this show in the archives. Another championship winning show, I'm sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Amanda:

How awesome, Jamin. TA-80 and RT are two great tastes that taste great together!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:02pm Amanda:

@kat330, thank you so much for that!!! I think it was Danne who generously posted that link.

See you all next week! xoxo!
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