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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 New Approx. start time
Richard and Linda Thompson  Civilization   Options Sunnyvista  Carthage  1979  LP    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Furniture  Robert Nightman's Story   Options When the Boom Was On EP  Premonition  1983  12"    0:04:58 (Pop‑up)
Lene Lovich  Say When   Options Stateless  Stiff/Epic  1979  LP    0:08:50 (Pop‑up)
Tetes Noires  Plato's   Options s/t EP  Rapunzel  1983  12"    0:11:34 (Pop‑up)
John Barleycorn  Here I Go Again   Options           0:13:41 (Pop‑up)
Tender Trap  You and Me   Options Film Molecules  K  2002  CD    0:16:22 (Pop‑up)
Bratmobile  Cryin' Tryin' Lyin'   Options Girls Get Busy  Lookout!  2002  CD    0:19:01 (Pop‑up)
Pretty Girls Make Graves  C-30 C-60 C-90 Go!   Options Matador at Fifteen (V/A)  Matador  2004  CD    0:21:54 (Pop‑up)
The Shams  Stuck Here on the Ground   Options Quilt  Matador  1991  LP    0:25:04 (Pop‑up)
The Penetrators  Teenage Lifestyle   Options   Windian    7"  *   0:36:44 (Pop‑up)
The Knack  Your Number or Your Name   Options Get the Knack  Capitol    LP    0:39:10 (Pop‑up)
Teenage Head  Disgusteen   Options 100% CanCon- Evan "Funk" Davies' 2012 Marathon Premium          0:41:37 (Pop‑up)
Telephone  Serrez   Options Dure Limite  Virgin  1982  LP    0:45:48 (Pop‑up)
The Rumour  Hard Enough to Show   Options Max  Phonogram  1977  LP    0:49:42 (Pop‑up)
Humphrey Ocean and the Hardy Annuals  Whoops-a-Daisy   Options Stiff Records box set (d2)  Stiff/Demon  orig 1978  CD    0:54:20 (Pop‑up)
Brinsley Schwarz  Love Song   Options s/t  Capitol  1978  LP    0:56:13 (Pop‑up)
Dave Edmunds  Information   Options Information  Columbia  1983  LP    1:00:15 (Pop‑up)
Paul Collins  Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling   Options Superhits Of The Seventies - Michael Shelley's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium          1:05:07 (Pop‑up)
Tilt  One Day   Options   Lookout!  1992  7"    1:16:11 (Pop‑up)
Lipstick Homicide  We'll Be OK   Options The Thing That Ate Larry Livermore (V/A)  Adeline  2012  LP    1:18:29 (Pop‑up)
Lagwagon  Violins   Options Keep the Beat (V/A)  Hairball 8  1996  CD    1:20:25 (Pop‑up)
The Queers  I'm The Boy For You   Options Lookout! Freakout Episode 2 (V/A)  Lookout!  2001  CD    1:23:31 (Pop‑up)
Teenage Fanclub  The Cabbage   Options Thirteen  DGC  1993  CD    1:26:10 (Pop‑up)
Off Broadway  Tonight   Options Raspberries Preserved (V/A)  Ginger  1996  CD    1:28:54 (Pop‑up)
Danielson Familie  Good News for the Pus Pickers   Options Fetch the Compass Kids  Secretly Canadian  2001  LP    1:32:36 (Pop‑up)
Alan Boyd  Channel Surfing   Options Pet Soundalikes: Gaylord Fields's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium          1:36:18 (Pop‑up)
Human Eye  Slop Culture   Options Fragments of the Universe Nurse  Hook or Crook  2008  LP    1:48:28 (Pop‑up)
Carlos Giffoni  Unopened Bottle   Options Welcome Home  Important  2005  CD    1:52:44 (Pop‑up)
Shudder to Think  Pebbles   Options Get Your Goat  Dischord  1992  CD    1:56:20 (Pop‑up)
Leo Kottke  Busted Bicycle   Options 6- & 12- String Guitar  Takoma  orig 1969  LP    2:00:37 (Pop‑up)
Fralinger String Band  You Are My Sunshine   Options   Sure    7"    2:03:26 (Pop‑up)
Mucca Pazza  Tube Sock Tango (GRC Remix)   Options   Electric Cowbell    7"  *   2:06:57 (Pop‑up)
The Meters  Wichita Lineman   Options Struttin'  Sundazed  orig 1970  CD    2:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Manfred Mann  Can't Believe It   Options The Five Faces of Manfred Mann  Ascot  1964  LP    2:19:27 (Pop‑up)
The Cuff Links  Tracy   Options   Decca  1969  7"    2:22:36 (Pop‑up)
Billy Young  Glendora   Options Tunes That Name: Downtown Soulville's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium          2:25:00 (Pop‑up)
Tarheel Slim  Number 9 Train   Options   Fury  1959  7"    2:27:27 (Pop‑up)
Dumptruck  50 Miles   Options For the Country  Big Time  1987  LP    2:30:04 (Pop‑up)
Greg Kihn Band  Can't Have the Highs (Without the Lows)   Options With the Naked Eye  Berserkeley  1979  LP    2:33:40 (Pop‑up)
Flesh For Lulu  Postcards From Paradise (extended)   Options   Beggars Banquet  1987  12"    2:37:29 (Pop‑up)
Sparks  So Important   Options   Fine Art  1988  12"    2:44:22 (Pop‑up)
The Replacements  Unsatisfied   Options Let It Be  Twin Tone  1984      2:48:58 (Pop‑up)
The Honey Cone  We Belong Together   Options   Hot Wax  1971  7"    2:57:41 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:52am Brian in UK:

Row, row, row your boat, gently down the STREAM.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life is but a dream.
Welcome back, Amanda.
  11:54am Matt from Springfield:

Hooray hooray! Amanda's back!
Hope you enjoyed your vacation!
  12:00pm Matt from Springfield:

AND on time for steel drum "Sweet Caroline"! Love that intro!
  12:00pm Carmichael:

Hi, landlubber Amanda.
  12:01pm joe:

'ello folks
  12:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Carm! 'Ello joe!

This Richard & Linda sounds interesting--has some of that Cajun feel Richard likes, but kind of arranged like the B-52s and the other new alternative rock of that time.
  12:03pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Are you at sea, may I ask? ;)
  12:04pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday, all! welcome back amanda! mike lupica held forth with aplomb during your trip!
  12:06pm Carmichael:

@Matt: you mean, emotionally??
  12:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Perhaps. Since you used "landlubber", anyway :)

Hi LJFW! I was glad for the opportunity to catch Mike Lupica live, since he was here before I found WFMU. I hope he comes back for more fill-ins!
  12:09pm kat330:

Starting off your last for a month with a wonderful bang, Amanda! R & L are special faves of mine. Thanks for bringing your A. game! :)

Hi, good people!
  12:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi kat! And, lest I forget...hi Brian, firstie today!
And, hello to all good people yet to post!
  12:11pm Matt from Springfield:

All right, Lene Lovich!
I bought that Stateless LP this RSD--not great condition, but only a buck!
  12:11pm kat330:

Hey, Mathyou!
  12:14pm kat330:

Say, our Hearty name could be well-delivered by a math rapper, a gangsta mathematician: "I'm gonna math you up!"
  12:15pm kat330:

[s.b. Your name -- can't eat and type]
  12:16pm Matt from Springfield:

A math dealer!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm Amanda:

Good Wednesday afternoon to one and all! Thanks for treating Mike so nicely last week, he deserved it. Now back to the old grind...
  12:19pm Matt from Springfield:

John Barleycorn just made me think that covers are great for a personal demo--what better way to showcase your "style" than to show how you handle various known songs.
  12:22pm kat330:

You here, NGH? A quick alert that for some moments there, the Amanda and Duane streams had a *very* nice thing going at the same time. A bit off now though.
  12:25pm listener james from westwood:

matt, in addition to mike's radio-show archives, he also did a podcast for a while. quickie little 3-track-long shows just right for a commute or gym trip. check the anti static archives via the fmu podcast page here: http://wfmu.org/podcast
  12:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I remember this (orig) Bow Wow Wow song from my old Living In Oblivion CDs, didn't know what it was about until I learned about the "home taping" movement and the cassette lengths (C-30/60/90).

  12:29pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey thanks james! That sounds like a cool podcast.

sound has disappeared?
  12:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Today is a nice island stopover, before Amanda goes on sabbatical to Vermont, and we set sail over the mysterious sea again.
  12:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@CC: Are you listening to the GTDR stream? Going fine here.


no its not working on that channel you gave me Matt.

The WFMU channel is ok though.

got it now - my mistake volume control at zero!
  12:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Working in QuickTime here--try another media player, or else refresh your current one.
  12:39pm Matt from Springfield:

NM CC, I've done that before too! The only way to "mute" Winamp for example is to turn the volume to zero, and sometimes you forget that! :)
  12:39pm kat330:

Matt, could you invent the program for Doug's stream discussed last night, then go back in a time machine you've already invented to Monday morning? The vocalist I was fascinated by that I heard on GTDR cannot be pinned down -- no needle in the haystack could be found. :|
  12:42pm Carmichael:

Matt, you can mute QT by clicking on the speaker icon to the left of the volume control. I have to listen to voice mail messages occasionally through my speakers, and found that method to be handy.

thought that was Billy Idol's White Wedding starting then!
"nice day for a white wedding"
  12:46pm listener james from westwood:

kat, way back in analog-radio land, my mom heard a classical tune on the radio that she dug but didn't recognize, and then canvassed manhattan asking record store employees what the tune was, whistling it for each clerk. i forget what it eventually turned out to be. you might have to record a quick mp3 of you whistling or humming the tune (or link up on skype and whistle it!) and email it to doug!
  12:53pm kat330:

@LJfW: Great idea, but it wasn't that kind of song. Not a catchy melody -- a very long, languorous pop song with a power vocalist, lo-fi sounding (either demo or live). I can't reform a single word or musical phrase from it. Ah well, it will get back to me if it's meant to. :)
  12:54pm Carmichael:

kat, if you can nail down the time, Doug should be able to tell you who it was.
  12:56pm kat330:

Carm, we already tried that and agreed it was a lost cause. My very bad not to ask within the first hours of hearing it. He can only research about 10-12 hrs. worth, and it was already around 30 hours when I asked him.

In good news, however, I won my match with the second bank yesterday! Two for two.
  12:58pm kat330:

Where'd Matt go? Somewhere in his time machine??
  1:01pm Carmichael:

I remember seeing Nick Lowe a long time ago (went to see the headliner, can't remember who ...), and Brinsley himself was playing with Lowe. Pleasant surprise!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:05pm Amanda:

@Carmichael -- so cool!
  1:05pm kat330:

With this set, wouldn't be inappropriate to play Lowe's
"SwitchBoard Susan."
  1:08pm Carmichael:

Or Little Village's Take Another Look.
  1:08pm Doug S.:

I'm back from the dentist. Now you can clean my ears, Amanda! Saying ahhhhh!
  1:10pm kat330:

Hi, Doug! Again thanks for going above and beyond in the haystack!
  1:10pm SteveL:

Best premium I never got. I am not smart (although I did get Amanda and efd's great comps.)
  1:12pm northguineahills:

I need another cup of yerba mate before I can comment... (and I've actually been listen to WFMU streams since 8:40.... not used to being productive so early.)
  1:14pm kat330:

Yay, NGH!! Gainful employment, or toward such?
  1:16pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, got anything by The Root Canals?
Who is doing your fill-ins?
  1:17pm kat330:

@Brian: Doug's probably feeling no pain if that's why you were aiming for. :)
  1:19pm kat330:

What? yes, not why...sigh.
  1:21pm Brian in UK:

Oral Hygienist? Old wax pressings. Think it's beer o'clock.
  1:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Stepped out for lunch! Returned now, but not in a time machine. The WFMU webpage has what seems to be the world's only functioning time machine, but I don't have one for physical travel :)

Just remember to email Doug ASAP if you hear something you absolutely need to know about; or use Winamp, that tells me the artist name and song.
  1:23pm Doug S.:

Nope. No drugs for Doug. I am lucid and ready to pogo my fillings to the floor.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:24pm Amanda:

@SteveL -- Two out of three ain't bad.
  1:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Speaking of which, hi Doug!
Chompers keep on chompin'?
  1:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@LJFW: Fascinating story about the Classical tune, though the entire Classical repertoir is by definition pretty established, and in theory anyone skilled enough could recognize an old piece if they're knowledgable about music.
  1:28pm northguineahills:

Just perusing various "employment" agencies, that aggressively guarantee results in 90 days, or your money back (10%-25% upfront, the rest after hired). Been talking to many making sales pitches to me. My friend in the Upper Midwest wasn't able to convince his boss to switch employees mid-campaign, so, now I need to look at more immediate money makers.

got a temporary crown in at the moment, gonna have the permanent fitted next week.
In pain every so often with it and feels like a load of plastic in my mouth!
  1:31pm Matt from Springfield:

"Raspberries Preserved"! A tribute album I presume--I oughta check that out, sounds cool!
  1:31pm kat330:

Since I'm on a self-correction kick here: OK, now *my* memory was telling me "SwitchBOX Susan," but these days I second-guess everything in memory, so I go to my iTunes playlist: It was *there* the info is input as "SwitchBOARD Susan" -- and those titles arrive automatically. Hm.
  1:34pm kat330:

Welcome back, Matt. Yeah, I don't need no stinkin' drugs at the dentist either, Doug. NGH, still sending out positive thoughts for your job search, my friend }}}}}}}
  1:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Danielson Familie! I think I've only heard them on the Scenario, but what a band!

Dental drugs, I've never had anything except very local meds, which they pricked in with a needle anyway. When I had all my wisdom teeth removed I chose to just be knocked out for a short time, like 30 minutes.
  1:39pm Carmichael:

This is a great Beach Boys-ish comp Gaylord put together. BTW, The Blue Vans do some great Beach Boys sounds as well.
  1:39pm Lewis:

how the heck did I miss Gaylord's premium this year?
  1:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Love this one! Love Gaylord's whole premium, any fan of Pet Sounds-era Beach Boys will like the parodies and tributes from the 60s to the present contained therein.
  1:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: The Blue VAN, from Denmark, or "Vans"?
I have one song from them I heard in a commercial, but didn't realize they had BBs like tunes.
  1:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@Lewis: There's still time! This fall during stealth fundraiser, pledge and get any premiums from this year you wish you had gotten! Can't wait? You can even do it now!
  1:46pm Lewis:

Thanks @Matt = I believe I will partake!
  1:46pm Carmichael:

"Off Broadway was a late-'70s power pop group from Chicago." :http://www.allmusic.com/artist/off-broadway-mn0000457692
  1:47pm Matt from Springfield:

*Gaze lovingly* at your past playlists!
  1:48pm Carmichael:

@Matt: Blue Vans. They have an entire album of BB-ish sounds.
  1:48pm Matt from Springfield:

My pleas, Lewis!
  1:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Jeff Mullen is great. And Mike Sin, he RAWKS!
  1:51pm kat330:

Yeah, and conveniently, I always get an e-mail from Sin whenever he fills in for anyone.
  1:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: I as well. Also for PGB--it's good idea to get on mailing lists for fill-ins you love, but who come in irregularly. Love Bill Zurat, wish he had a list, but he's only filled in 1/2 times a year, and always announced ahead of time.
  1:56pm listener james from westwood:

i've been lucky not to need dental drugs for anything beyond a shot before drilling. but i did take half a codeine tablet once when a sinus infection hit me with a headache so strong i felt it in all the fillings in my upper teeth. good thing i was still living @ home b/c that half tablet knocked me on my ASS. had to crawl upstairs to bed. scary shit.
  1:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Ya see people, THIS is what happens when you try to compress MP3s too much!!!

Seriously, love experimental electronics. Is this new 2005 or re-issued older stuff?
  1:59pm kat330:

@LJfW: Say I had that sinus infection, massive face cavity / headache just at last week's end. Know exactly what you mean, except I have no fillings. It was a struggle, but I managed to ride it out sans painkiller.
  1:59pm northguineahills:

I always love Carlos Giffoni, and his acidey house noise project is really fun.
  1:59pm SteveL:

Kat & Matt: How did you get on Mike Sin's email list? I follow him on Twitter. His sets are as sharp as they get.
  2:01pm kat330:

@SteveL: I'm sure you can send him and email and ask to. I didn't sign up for anyone's lists, but sometimes if you comment during a DJ's show, they have you on a compiled list.
  2:03pm Carmichael:

I never tire of seeing Leo Kottke live. He's a marvel to watch, and he is a quirky guy to boot.
  2:03pm kat330:

I saw Kottke in concert years ago over in Louisville. Leon Redbone opened for him. Great night of music!
  2:04pm kat330:

Jinx, Carm!
  2:08pm SteveL:

Ah, so, if I actually left my email on the list...
  2:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@Steve: Precisely. But since I'm on the list, his source email is listed as:
mikesinwfmu [at] hotmail (dot com).

He'll be happy to add you to the list, I'm sure.
  2:13pm kat330:

You don't already, SteveL? I always put my email address on the comments list, even under any a.k.a. and guess I figured most everyone did.
  2:13pm Doug S.:

Here's hoping all the Nevilles are high and dry down in NOLA.
  2:15pm SteveL:

Nah, I'm a grumpy old man. Holding on tight to my illusion of privacy.
  2:16pm kat330:

Yes, drying vibes to Nawlins }}}}}}}} Philo and I spent a wonderful Christmas week there just two years after Katrina. So much devastation still evident....
  2:17pm Skirkie:

Well shucks. That was nice of you.
  2:19pm kat330:

I can empathize with that, Steve, but I'm more concerned about poseurs using my handle and figure the absence of my email address that the various DJs have routinely seen will clue them in to a ruse. Also, this has always seemed a safe, anti-spamming community.
  2:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@Skirkie: Here's to a swift bike homecoming! Welcome to JC indeed...
  2:22pm john:

wooooooooooooooot! stopping by late, leaving early, but good to see The Shams on the playlist. That album does not get enough love.
  2:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: They can ID you by your IP, though that frequently can change. Using different "pseudonyms" for conceptual humor quite frequently, my email is my hidden "signature" for DJ purposes. I never make any comment I wouldn't sign my name to (and besides, they can easily figure out it's you anyway).
  2:24pm SteveL:

Oh man. Had a crush on a girl named Tracy when this song came out. Sad to say, she never held me close.
  2:25pm Carmichael:

Ron Dante! The man behind the Archies and The Detergents (Leader of the Laundromat). Great recording; that's him on all the voices.
  2:25pm SteveL:

Ba, ba ba bap ba baaa!
  2:25pm Skirkie:

That bike was abandoned and rusting away in a friends garage and I gave it TLC and made it rideable again. The only monetary loss was the fancy pedals I put on it.

It was a project bike, I still have another.

Still... it was mine.
  2:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Wow, didn't know the Cuff Links were a project of his!
  2:28pm Carmichael:

Skirkie, this is for you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m68-oWBh9Ow
  2:29pm kat330:

@Matt: If it's as easy as that, then why don't they boot the fake DCE's and fake you, too, wasn't there? I think they only get a general region from most IPs, which leaves the NYC area wide open. For whatever reason, Google always thinks we're in the Indianapolis area, which is frustrating with Louisville actually the closer metro area.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm Amanda:

Awesome john (I am late saying this) -- I agree about the Shams album!
  2:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: There's several one-off spoofers though; it's prob at the DJs discretion, but generally they only block IPs that are consistently harassing, like week-to-week or several comments in a row. Besides the regional only aspect, it's another reason they're not IP trigger happy.
  2:35pm john:

Always found it weird how that one went under the radar. I guess it wasn't in sync w/ the times. I still have my copy of it!
  2:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Greg Kihn Band catalogue track! And Flesh For Lulu!

Is that Turntable 2 giving you trouble again??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:43pm Amanda:

Indeed, TT #2 is the culprit.
  2:44pm kat330:

Aptly named then.
  2:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Our equipment can sometimes have minds of their own--and #2 seems disgruntled! Or perhaps just misunderstood...any phonograph psychiatrists out there?
  2:48pm kat330:

Maybe it's feeling needled.
  2:50pm Doug S.:

Like you, I will be crying in my beers for four weeks while Ms. Nazario is away. But there's no need for hankies tomorrow at noon when Charlie Lewis pilots the stream for a few hours of BUSY DOING NOTHING. After, that... more weeping.

Unless, of course, you decide to keep listening to this here 24-hour Drummer Stream! A continuous flow of astounding sounds from all around should pound your brain into the ground (OK, I'll stop) that the music never ends!

For instance, immediately following Amanda (sniff, sniff) the stream will enable your enjoyment of these fine audio ambassadors:

Nelson Ray
Lum Hatcher
New Dawn
The Spike Drivers
Richard Berry & the Pharaohs
Judd Watkins
Moondog & the London Saxophonic
Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter
Ardoin & McGee
Konono No. 1
22 Band
Ros Sereysothea
Phraiwan Lukphet
Hongthong Daoudon
Grupo de Capoeira Pelourinho
and more
and more
and eternally more...

Have a great month Amanda. You will be missed!
  2:51pm kat330:

Nice jangly 'Mats!
  2:53pm kat330:

Thanks, Doug.

Amanda, I sincerely hope your creative juices will be tapped throughout September and flow as freely as fine Vermont maple syrup! :) Good luck, gal!
  2:53pm SteveL:

What a great song. Love the Mats.
  2:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Good one kat!
('Ments, do you mean? I first heard that diminutive here.)
  2:53pm kat330:

Must be a Hoosier dingus? I see Steve has heard that term, too.
  2:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Well there we go. Alone again, naturally...

Enjoy some cheese cider beer maple syrup ice cream! Just...not all at once!
  2:55pm northguineahills:

Have a great month in VT, (I was too busy eating corn-on-the-cob Mexican style to type w/ my gooey fingers). Thanks for the great set. Forgot to mention I've always like that Teenage Fan Club track.
  2:56pm Carmichael:

Enjoy your time away, Amanda. Plenty of time for record collecting, no??
  2:56pm SteveL:

I am familiar with 'dingus'. Years back, my wife, (we were both photojournalists at the time,) covered a Russian-roulette death (yes, really,) where the surviving friend's surname was Dingus. It provided many bad-karma laughs.
  2:56pm Mike VL:

Fun show today, Amanda. ¡Como siempre!
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

We all hope you have an enjoyable sabbatical, and get a lot of stuff done!
Warmly awaiting your return, but thanks for arranging great fill-ins! Even though it's Web radio, it makes us feel like you won't forget us!
  2:58pm SteveL:

Amanda, you will be missed of course. Enjoy your away time. Certainly you have earned it, if only from your efforts on this show. Marry me. (Did I say that out loud?)
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Scenario forever!! Happy trails Amanda!
And thanks!
  3:01pm john:

Have fun, Amanda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm Amanda:

I will not be entertaining any proposals of marriage from already-married people! Not even Mike VL! Have a great September, everyone, and I'll be back with you soon enough.
  3:02pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, amanda, and safe travels!!
  11:00am Lizardner Dave:

Listening on archive, have a happy and productive September Amanda!
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