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Options July 18, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Siba  Vale do Juca   Options whats happening in pernambuco?  Luaka Bop/WB  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Fantastic Mr.Fox  Pascal's Chorus   Options San'en ep  Black Acre  0:04:02 (Pop‑up)
Collarbones  missing   Options Die young  TBA  0:11:01 (Pop‑up)
Love  Which Witch is Which   Options Reel to Reel  RSO  0:15:06 (Pop‑up)
SImian  Tale of Willow Hill   Options Chemistry is what we are  astralwerks/Source  0:16:59 (Pop‑up)
America  are you there   Options Harbor  Warner Bros  0:20:49 (Pop‑up)
les yper sound/pierre henry  Psyche Rock   Options     0:25:31 (Pop‑up)
The Smiths  Now I taste the Tears   Options single  columbia  0:27:42 (Pop‑up)
Melody Stewart  Living for the city   Options Single  Totem  0:29:32 (Pop‑up)
Great Pride  Shes a lady   Options single  MGM  0:36:25 (Pop‑up)
Prince & The Revolution   Erotic City (1999 tour rehearsal tape)   Options     0:40:26 (Pop‑up)
Leons Creation  This is the beginning   Options Single  Studio 10  0:48:08 (Pop‑up)
Black Heat  Supercool   Options single  Atlantic  0:52:21 (Pop‑up)
Blue Daisy x Unknown Shapes  Beautiful Nightmare   Options   Black Acre  0:56:43 (Pop‑up)
Cadenza  Stop that train   Options Fabriclive 54: David Radigan  Fabric  1:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Supercat  Don Dada   Options     1:11:44 (Pop‑up)
Paul "Wine " Jones  Diggin Mommas tatters   Options Mule  Fat Possum  1:12:19 (Pop‑up)
Devastating Affair  You dont know how hard it is to make it   Options single  Motown  1:16:47 (Pop‑up)
Salem Travelers  Summertime   Options single  Chess  1:19:32 (Pop‑up)
Marvelettes  Here I am baby   Options single  Tamla  1:22:23 (Pop‑up)
Kiki Dee  The Day will come between Sunday and Monday   Options Single  Tamla  1:33:07 (Pop‑up)
Sandpipers  Beyond the valley of the dolls   Options single  A & M  1:35:37 (Pop‑up)
Pussycat  Do It   Options single  sonet  1:38:45 (Pop‑up)
Don Covay  Dungeon Number 3   Options Single  Mercury  1:40:13 (Pop‑up)
Derrick Harriott  Slave   Options single  crystal  1:44:02 (Pop‑up)
Marsha Hunt  Oh no not the beast day   Options single  Vertigo  1:47:16 (Pop‑up)
Coole Coole Spooner  Cool Spoon   Options Bronswood workshop of multidirection    1:55:25 (Pop‑up)
PJ   Tender lovin Care   Options Single  Tamla  2:02:25 (Pop‑up)
Talbot-While  Don't Look Away   Options Groove Oi  Boogie Back  2:07:57 (Pop‑up)
Debo band Live  and lay   Options     2:10:13 (Pop‑up)
Debo Band live  Not just a song   Options     2:14:58 (Pop‑up)
Debo Band live  habesha   Options     2:22:23 (Pop‑up)
Well Crucial  England Cold   Options undivided roots ep  well crucial  2:33:38 (Pop‑up)
tha Pharcyde  Emerald Butterfly   Options single  delicious vinyl  2:36:21 (Pop‑up)
Darondo  such a night   Options V/A Super Cool California Soul  luv n haight  2:40:23 (Pop‑up)
Richard Mcdonald  Im gonna love you just a little more   Options single  Tobin  2:44:33 (Pop‑up)
Gow do experience  compared to what   Options     2:50:22 (Pop‑up)
Love Childs Afro-Cuban Blues Band  Come together   Options single  A & M  2:53:25 (Pop‑up)
The Shadows  Scotch on the Rocks   Options Cherrystones:Hidden Charms  13 amp  2:56:16 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:03pm paula pc:

that was a FLAWLESS segue between shows
  12:04pm Cecile:

Yeah. you had to change gears. That was nuts
  12:05pm Patrick:

Been looking forward to this all week!!
  12:05pm Cecile:

OK Duane, before you get plastered and I have to go to a meeting, time for comparing notes on the Kool Moe Dee Unsung. I think the part that made me laugh hardest was LA Sunshine doing his WWW moves while Moe was trying to do a serious interview.
  12:05pm Duane:

Yeah that was a tough act to follow..we'll never be able to get that incense and scented candle scent outta the studio :) Hello everybody!!
  12:05pm robyn:

dj can you play love train
  12:07pm Nathan:

The Love Train has hopefully left the station.
  12:07pm Yvonne:

Standing by
  12:08pm Duane:

Cecile: Haha! seriously..I'm just sooo happy to see LA clean and in relatively good shape. I used to live on W. 142nd and Broadway (wild wild wild west) for ten years and I used to see him cracked out as recently as '07..so I'm just happy to see him get his due
  12:09pm Cheri Pi:

Is Ken making love to your guest yet Duane?
  12:11pm Cecile:

That is cool.
Did you also see Mike, Mike Sluggo and Mike Chillion?
Can you play something off Knowledge is King?
  12:12pm Duane:

Cheri Pi: Making Love to Tim Love?? Is that why he's late..figures
  12:14pm Captain Beefheart:

Making Love to Tim Love Lee with a monkey on my knee.
  12:18pm Mary Wing:

Oh crud, I forgot it's Martini Lunch day. Gotta run to the liquor store, heh.

Duane, did you get my email earlier? Attention must be paid to the log!
  12:18pm Duane:

Cecile: Yeah I love that album..I'll try to dig somethin up
  12:19pm Jeremy Shatan:

You are chilling out the whole city right now - a public service!
  12:19pm Duane:

Mary Wing: I got the email. EAS in full effect!!
  12:19pm kata:

good morning. late to work again :) !
  12:20pm Cecile:

In the meantime.

  12:20pm Mary Wing:

Unleash the olives!!
  12:21pm Mike East:

Hey everybody! WAR playing a free show in Queens tomorrow.

Good to be here.
  12:23pm Cecile:

which WAR?
Is it the Lonnie Jordan war, or the other (good) guys?
  12:23pm Jeremy Shatan:

Holy cow, weird America/Gil Scott Heron convergence.
  12:23pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Hello Sir Duane!
  12:26pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

or later that could be "Slur Duane"
  12:27pm Cecile:

the tune to "get out of my life woman"
  12:27pm Duane:

Hello Jan!! heh hehe..I gotta keep it together a bit so we'll see
  12:29pm Mike East:

Not sure, Cecile...I'm just lookin' at a backline rider - no names on it except management.
  12:30pm Mike East:

According to this, looks like Lonnie Jordan:

  12:31pm Cecile:

OK, it still might be OK. but War was so much more than one dude.
  12:32pm Mike East:

yeah, that's true.
  12:32pm Jeremy Shatan:

I say bring back Eric Burdon - spill the martini!
  12:33pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

LOL Jeremy
  12:35pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Going to see Hot Chip tonight in Prospect Park, Hoping I don't fry, drown or get electrocuted...
  12:36pm Jeremy Shatan:

All of those things might be more exciting than Hot Chip. But that's just my opinion, of course.
  12:36pm Mary Wing:

Didn't hear it, Duane. Anything print out?
  12:38pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Well Jeremy, there's any number of bands you got a thing for that I just don't get, but it's all opinion!
  12:38pm Duane:

Yeah I got a print out mary. Should I send it again?
  12:39pm Caryn:

Aaaahhh, it's been such an enjoyable show so far. Are you inspired by the prospect of cocktails or what?
  12:41pm Mary Wing:

If it printed out a test, that's good enough for me. Did you hear it in the studio?
  12:41pm Jeremy Shatan:

I know that all too well, Jan - but I just can't resist a good straight line!
  12:41pm kata:

oh, Duane ! this is one of my favorite Prince songs ! thanks !!!
  12:41pm Cheri Pi:

  12:42pm Lou:

this IS my favorite Prince song. thanks for the lunch time jam
  12:43pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

LOL taking out the causing...
  12:44pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

cussing, i meant
  12:45pm Droll:

I love this Prince song, but my real fave Prince tune might be elsewhere on this tape. I'm driving myself nuts looking for this bootleg online.
  12:46pm paula pc:

astonishing again
  12:49pm Eli:

Only Duane's radio show can cheer me up while unpacking endless boxes in my new pad.
  12:49pm D in Miami:

That was an intense solo on that Prince!
  12:50pm Caryn:

Man, I need this after flicking from channel to channel only to see that Bieber is coming over to give a concert. With all the acts who skip us, why must he come here? WHY?!?
  12:55pm Melissa:

Duane- you are a freakin' God among DJ's . Awesome show today. You are the MAN
  12:57pm Cecile:

dang, gotta go, but hope to poke my head in before my meeting. Have a martini for me.
  12:57pm Duane:

Thank you Melissa. As for Yvonne..you need to come on up here!
  1:00pm Andrew Waterloo:

Justin Bieber's Bat Mobile car is currently staying at the auto dealer down the street from me.
  1:04pm Caryn:

Would this train being stopped possibly be the love train?
  1:08pm Mike East:

Oh man they're having a martini party for real? I missed that. Damn this full time job. I should be volunteering a FMU.
  1:09pm Nathan:

This is going to get messy. Hope you've lined the stomach.
  1:11pm Nathan:

@Duane: Also that's Sir David 'Ram Jam' Rodigan legendary Bristol DJ / MC:

  1:12pm still b/p:

Dorothy Parker:
"I like to have a martini,
Two at the very most.
After three I'm under the table,
After four I'm under my host."
  1:13pm joe:

'ello folks
  1:13pm Duane:

'ello Joe
  1:14pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

A Drink With Something In It

There is something about a Martini,
A tingle remarkably pleasant;
A yellow, a mellow Martini;
I wish I had one at present.
There is something about a Martini,
Ere the dining and dancing begin,
And to tell you the truth,
It is not the vermouth--
I think that perhaps it's the gin.

Ogden Nash
  1:14pm joe:

@Andrew Waterloo make sure his shark repelant is in there
  1:15pm Duane:

Oh wow! this is gonna be hilarious!
  1:16pm joe:

Duane loving the martini party. All these olives has to be the most vegetation I have consumed in ages.
  1:17pm Yvonne:

  1:19pm still b/p:

Nora Charles: How many drinks have you had?
Nick Charles: This will make six Martinis.
Nora Charles: [to the waiter] All right. Will you bring me five more Martinis, Leo? Line them right up here.
  1:19pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

For gin, in cruel
Sober truth,
Supplies the fuel
For flaming youth.

- Noel Coward
  1:21pm joe:

I have made it a mission to hear every version Summertime ever recorded :) and this is a new one for me.
  1:21pm kata:

you guys need a webcam ! also, this Salem Travelers rendition kills !
  1:22pm joe:

@still b/p one of my favorite Thinman bits lol
  1:23pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

"Just like any other art form, a bad cocktail leaves one shaken, while a great cocktail leaves one stirred."

- Jeff Weinstein
  1:26pm Neg-guh-tor:

Tim Love and I have a mutual friend, Tara Busch! I played drums on her 'Pilfershire Lane' record. I know they worked together, too. She speaks highly of Mr. Lee.
  1:27pm joe:

Are we going to be posting these mixes somewhere?
  1:29pm kata:

this all sounds so delicious, especially with the prohibition historical bits !
  1:30pm joe:

Damn what was I thinkin when I volunteered for tomorrow? I could have been up there for my bday :)
  1:33pm Cheri Pi:

Ken had an orgie with the volunteers this morning Joe-you really missed out.
  1:36pm Nathan:

@Cheri Pi: It sounded pretty hot. That Love Train Kept a 'Rollin... all day long.
  1:37pm Cheri Pi:

If I have a baby in nine months I will not know who the father is.
  1:37pm robyn:

i still have "love train" in my head but i guess hearing it every 20 minutes can do that to you.
  1:41pm Yvonne:

Hey guys here are the ingredients to that FDR drinkie poo:
Plymouth gin (essential!) 2 oz
Noilly Prat (smells nice!) 1/3 oz
Splash olive brine (ew yucky!) (but yummy too)

Shake gin/vermouth with ice, add olive brine and shake again. Rub twista lemon on rim of glass, a fancy glass please. Garnish with a green olive, and enjoy! Have a nice martini lunch! FDR would be proud...
  1:42pm Yvonne:

There you have it. Have it!
  1:44pm Mike East:

I like my dirty martinis filthy. olive brine is delicious.
  1:45pm joe:

@ Yvonne so I should avoid drinking it out of my Daffy Duck jelly jar glass? Bummer.
  1:46pm Yvonne:

  1:54pm kata:

Yvonne, I knew someone who was allergic to sulfates. therefore allergic to wine and a whole huge list of other foods. Sad !
  1:54pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Duane... You guys *are* getting tight!
  1:54pm Eli:

More animal sacrifice!
  1:55pm Yvonne:

What is the list of foods?
  1:55pm Yvonne:

I'm allergic to animal sacrifice.
  1:55pm Cheri Pi:

This is already AWESOME! Thank you Duane.
  1:56pm robyn:

to hell with wine anyway. guaranteed headache.
  1:57pm kata:

maybe it's sulfites not sulfates. ?
  1:57pm robyn:

this is a great "martinis just kicked in" song.
  1:58pm Yvonne:

I'm doomed
  2:00pm kata:

I think beer was on the list, and anything with vinegar in it. Sulfites I believe.
  2:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Duane & Company! Hey everyone!
Anyone "playing along", drinking martinis with them? :)
  2:01pm Nathan:

The wheels are starting to wobble a bit.
  2:02pm kata:

hi MFS, I'm chained to a desk at 11am, so no 'tinis here. Inspired though !
  2:03pm steve:

oh god, i want a dirty martini...
  2:04pm kat330:

Two rounds late, but expecting the third round to be a knockout! Hi, Duane and all!
  2:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey kata! I may be inspired to make a martini tonight. This weekend though, I finally tried making a manhattan--those are pretty good. I even "converted" my Mom over to a bourbon drink! She never drinks whiskey, but quite enjoyed that particular cocktail.
  2:05pm CeciIe:

Play some good music like Smashmouth or Nickleback!!!
  2:06pm Yvonne:

OK listeners here it is, the magic of The Vesper Martini, thanks to James Bond, shaken not stirred, OF COURSE!

*3 parts Gordons gin!
*1/2 part Kina Lillet
*Substitute Lillet Blanc with orange bitters
*Long strip of lemon ZEST!

Drink up sillies.
  2:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Drinksmixer is a FANTASTIC cocktail recipe site. I particularly enjoyed this mix. Coating the rim of a martini glass with orange or lemon, and/or squeezing some in but NOT adding the peel can really make a drink! I see above they did that with their martini as well.
  2:07pm Yvonne:

I'm doomed
  2:07pm kat330:

@Yvonne: Well, I'm having the long strip of lemon zest at any rate -- in a tall iced coffee.
  2:08pm CeciIe:

we are ALL....doomed
  2:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Augghh! CeciIe is drunk! ;)
  2:08pm Yvonne:

Sounds funny! I wanna try it @kat330
  2:08pm Yvonne:

  2:09pm CeciIe:

  2:09pm Puertoricarious:

That drummer for Talbot-While was nasty
  2:10pm kat330:

Some restaurant first served me iced espresso that way -- caffe fredo, I believe. The coffee I make is strong enough to almost be espresso. It makes a nice summer alternative.
  2:10pm Eli:

Less animal sacrifice!
  2:10pm Droll:

Yvonne is definitely toying with fate... I hope there's someone sober standing over the dump button.

. o O ( But these Martinis go to eleven. )
  2:10pm Matt from Springfield:

GORDON'S! The best gin for the value! "London's #1", or so they say. Very nice, clean, tasty gin, and priced lower than really fancy gins. Perfect in fact for a G&T--Gordon's & Schweppes.
Kina Lillet, never heard of that vermouth before but evidently that was the original one mentioned in the James Bond novels.
  2:11pm kat330:

Groovin' and movin' to this sound.
  2:12pm CeciIe:

mmmmmm Boon's Farm.......and manischewitz concord grape wine.
  2:13pm Caryn:

Only have water to drink, but I might put it in a martini glass to feel like I'm partying along.
  2:13pm ~L:

Just wondering what the Martini expert thinks of vodka martinis, and then those made with the candy-type flavored vodkas, or the flavored vodkas craze in general. Gummy (swedish fish flavor), Toasted Marshmallow, Cake, Watermelon are some. I have seen people who are not drinkers change their minds for these.
  2:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Not sure if I would go for a dirty martini, but I give FDR huge props for using Plymouth gin! There used to be a whole category of such gins, but I think there's only one maker of it now, called "Plymouth gin". It's a milder in strength, but still wonderfully flavorful; I can even drink it straight, especially when chilled! Search for Plymouth gin if you haven't tried it yet!
  2:17pm kat330:

I was quite late to the martini -- not a gin fan -- but an uncle up in Chicago made me the first one I ever tried, and I loved it. Only enjoyed his martinis though -- with 3 olives -- and never ordered them out or made them myself.
  2:17pm Cheri Pi:

I would drink a very dirty martini, would need the olive juice for hydration purposes- I'm such a light weight.
  2:18pm Duane:

  2:18pm kat330:

Lots of salty brine in the olive juice, though, so that hampers hydration, too.
  2:19pm Caryn:

It has to be said that the original Vesper Martini recipe includes 1 part vodka. Also, fun Kina Lillet fact: it is also Hannibal Lecter's drink of choice.
  2:19pm Cheri Pi:

Duane- you need to do occasional sobriety tests on mike so we can check your progress. recite a poem or something. Or the lyrics to Erotic City. We need a base level Duane before things go comically awry
  2:21pm Ike:

I'm not much of a drinker, but the band is very intoxicating.
  2:21pm Cheri Pi:

really? I would think that salt giving electrolytes would help- is there a martini doctor in the house?
  2:22pm kat330:

Well, extra salt is needed on a hot, sweaty day, so that would be a good thing these days.
  2:22pm DCE:

yeah, that was great, just caught the last little bit
  2:23pm DCE:

or, it's still happening, I guess!
  2:23pm Caryn:

Vodka in Vesper Martini should preferably be Polish or Russian, and grain, not potato vodka. However, as the recipe for Kina Lillet was changed in 1986, the taste will not be the same nowadays :(
Martini fact: in the original Fleming stories, James Bond orders a vodka martini 19 times, and a gin martini 16 times. And the Vesper Martini once.
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Are We Not Men? We Are Debo! Band.
  2:26pm Caryn:

Bond fact: George Lazenby and Roger Moore never order a martini in any of their Bond movies. Other characters who know what kind of drink Bond likes make or order it for them, however.
  2:26pm kat330:

I hear such a mix of world music influences. As Duane said, wow!
  2:27pm northguineahills:

I see I'm in good company here. Been away from ye ole laptop prepping and cooking collard greens (vegan).

I prefer gin martinis, but I rarely buy gin, so if I'm at home, I'll make a dirty vodka martini.
  2:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow Caryn, I guess Connery made it such a meme that the producers didn't feel James himself needed to say the line in every movie.
  2:30pm Matt from Springfield:

The Buñuel! And just like the Churchill, ha HA!
  2:30pm kat330:

Instead of an olive, you put an eyeball (the Bunuel)?
  2:30pm Stanley:

The most beautiful drink in the world......
  2:31pm Caryn:

@Matt: that was actually one of the reasons Moore gave for making his movies more light-hearted as a whole. He said that Bond is not exactly much of a secret agent if every bartender in the world knows his drink preferences.
  2:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Poached, or sliced eyeball :P
  2:32pm Mike East:

my wife keeps buying gin for me...even though she knows it makes me go mad. Been mostly drinking it with a bit of seltzer or tonic and a twist of lemon, and sometimes a splash of cranberry with lots of ice. Fantastic summer drink. I'll have to start up with some martinis. Hard to drink it before it gets warm on a really hot day, though.
  2:32pm Caryn:

@Matt: also, the other characters of course say the line for Bond in those movies, either ordering for him or handing him the drink and saying what it is. So the line remains.
  2:32pm kat330:

Seems like Lecter would have preferred the Bunuel with a speared eyeball.
  2:32pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

When I used to bar tend (eons ago) I got so sick of folk complaining about a martinis not being dry enough I'd just skip the vermouth... The best part was when they'd still complain that it wasn't dry enough!
  2:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Not if it's Rum Afternoon for Irwin! ;)
  2:33pm joe:

Wait did Duane just say Irwin was going to bring a sense of sanity?
  2:34pm Mike East:

...and why do I "have" to start drinking martinis, you ask? Because the man on the radio said so, that's why.
  2:34pm joe:

@Jan I bet you they had no idea what they were complaining about they just thought it was the cool thing to do.
  2:34pm Caryn:

Bond likes his martinis shaken because it makes both potato vodka and vermouth less oily-tasting, and it makes the drink colder. Or as Bond explained: 'When I'm...er...concentrating, I never have more than one drink before dinner. But I do like that one to be large and very strong and very cold, and very well-made. I hate small portions of anything, particularly when they taste bad."
  2:34pm kat330:

Think I'll switch from my iced coffee to some honey water.
  2:35pm northguineahills:

(slips outside to buy some gin b/c the radio said so.....,)
  2:36pm Yvonne:

@Stanley, is your name really Stanley?
  2:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Shaken, or stirred? How to best mix in sticky honey with water, with ice? :)
@Jan: That's funny, some people just never satisfy!
  2:37pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

"Bubblers" Ogilvie!
  2:37pm Yvonne:

@Scott thanks for the PB&J
  2:37pm kat330:

"Radio, radio " "Do as you are told"
  2:37pm Yvonne:

I'm less doomed
  2:37pm Caryn:

@Matt: Even Sean Connery didn't use the line until "Goldfinger". Until then, his Bond too was given his drink by others.
  2:38pm Yvonne:

@God, please help
  2:38pm Stanley:

@Yvonne yes and no....
  2:38pm kat330:

Is Stanley Scott W.?
  2:39pm Yvonne:

@kat330 I think so!
  2:39pm Stanley:

@kat330 - in his dreams
  2:39pm kat330:

@Matt: Honey water needs to be shaken in order to be stirred. ;)
  2:40pm YvonneJoleneStanley:

Whoa this is getting too, as they say, "meta"
  2:40pm joe:

Me personally I skip the martini all togeather. Go out and get yourself a jar of extra large olives. pour out about a 1/4 of the brine (or more if you don't like salty). Freeze for a little bit until that get just a bit of an ice crystal on them. Take out fill the rest of the jar with vodka or gin depending on your like (i'm a vodka guy) and ad vermouth if you don't like dry (again like mine sahara). Put back in the freezer over night. Then in the fridge next day to defrost a bit. Grab a fork and if your nice go ahead and share.
  2:40pm kat330:

And who were the Swipers? His daughter and wife? Thought the woman sounded a tad like Amanda Nazario.
  2:41pm YvonneJoleneStanley:

I'm ready for more martini
  2:41pm YvonneJoleneStanley:

The Swipers?
  2:43pm kat330:

Maybe I'm misremembering. Wouldn't be the first time. I think Scott W's contribution to Kurt's MM Friday the 13th was attributed to Staney & the Swipers.
  2:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Probably not very secretive for every bar in the world to know a spy's drink, but Bond could still have been undercover--he just goes to every bar in the world, who then give him his favorite drink based on the face that always orders it!
  2:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Mmmm, hear that shaker!
  2:44pm kat330:

StanLey, sheesh -- S-T-E-L-L-A !!
  2:45pm Nathan:

The orgy just doesn't end!
  2:45pm Nathan:

I'm starting to chaff.
  2:45pm Scott W:

I am the swiper
  2:45pm Scott W:

Stanley's on your radio today!
  2:45pm Caryn:

@Matt: yeah, if your undercover role is an international jetsetting playboy who keeps showing up at exotic casinos and resorts, people might well know your face and coctail preferences, while you stay in character. But the objection was just Moore's take on it.
  2:46pm kat330:

Ah, OK. That clears everything up.
  2:46pm Nathan:

Bomba safphrreereree... iss all gooood!
  2:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Darondo > this Richard McDonald, yeah, make sure your skin isn't blistering! Bring out some lotion, just remember not to drink it...
  2:47pm kat330:

Orange-y orgy?
  2:47pm Matt from Springfield:

"Luv N Haight", great label name!
  2:49pm Jeremy Shatan:

I missed a lot - anyone else put Peychaud's bitters in their martini?
  2:50pm joe:

Things like this are why public transportaion is great.
  2:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Beer Hear! or rather, Martini Genie! with Duane, Yvonne, Stanley, Ben! And all YOU folks on here! A fun show!
  2:51pm Stanley:

And I'll be back, no swipers are gonna stop me. Take care y'all
  2:51pm Caryn:

Ending the martini party completely sober, but pleased by the smooth grooves of the music.
  2:52pm kat330:

Great fun in this bar car of the love train. Thanks, for this third round, Duane and guests! I'll try to catch the first two in archives. Later all!
  2:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@Jeremy: I usually use Angostura bitters in drinks that require it, Peychaud's is I think the original absinthe cocktail bitter, and in other New Orleans area drinks.
  2:54pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Jeremy, you missed them making the Vespa from Casino Royale!
  2:55pm Cecile:

Whew, I caught a little bit...
  2:55pm Cheri Pi:

Where the hell is Pierre-he's writing a book on cocktails?
  2:55pm Jeremy Shatan:

I illustrated an article about cocktails years ago for GQ and their guy insisted on Peychaud's for the best martini - I've been doing it ever since!
  2:55pm ?:

6 parts gin
3 parts sweet vermouth
  2:55pm Cecile:

who the hell is this CecIle? jeezus.
  2:55pm ?:

6 parts gin
3 parts sweet vermouth
  2:56pm Yvonne:

6 parts gin
3 parts sweet vermouth
2 parts dry vermouth
3 parts orange juice!

  2:57pm Caryn:

Ah, I see the drinking has taken its' toll...
  2:57pm Yvonne:

I am also a Swiper
  2:58pm Yvonne:

Yes, we're doomed.
  2:59pm Cecile:

Sometimes, I like a dirty martini with Punt e Mes red herbal vermouth instead of regular vermouth. A defunct restaurant used to make them and call them Bastilles.
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@Yvonne: We who are doomed/about to be doomed salute you !
  3:00pm Eli:

Great show as always D
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