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Options October 23, 2012: more songs about buildings and food w/ kevin pemoulie from thirty acres

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
fats waller  sugar blues   Options the complete vol 2    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
petula clark  black coffee   Options     0:03:21 (Pop‑up)
larry de rieux  chicken session   Options Chicken Session-Early Northwest Rockers And Instrumentals Vol. 2    0:05:09 (Pop‑up)
fats waller  fat and greasy   Options     0:07:23 (Pop‑up)
beastie boys  cookiepuss   Options     0:11:11 (Pop‑up)
omo  fish in the tin   Options the white album    0:14:13 (Pop‑up)
smithsonian  mississippi mud   Options     0:15:59 (Pop‑up)
jill scott  bedda at home   Options     0:20:00 (Pop‑up)
paul cardinal  le poisson   Options     0:33:58 (Pop‑up)
the idle race  pie in the sky   Options     0:40:22 (Pop‑up)
joe williams washboard blues singers  wild cow blues   Options folks he sure do pull some bow v/a    0:41:51 (Pop‑up)
michachu and the shapes  vulture   Options jewellry    0:45:49 (Pop‑up)
sullivan  hashish-faction   Options     0:48:50 (Pop‑up)
sonic youth  bubblegum   Options EVOL    0:51:41 (Pop‑up)
danyel gerard  sugar shake   Options     0:54:07 (Pop‑up)
the cramps  alligator stomp   Options     0:55:42 (Pop‑up)
petty booka  rose garden   Options     0:59:39 (Pop‑up)
lee scratch perry  chicken scratch   Options     1:09:48 (Pop‑up)
venice high school marching band  moby dick   Options Poly High: School Bands Play the Classics (various artists)    1:12:44 (Pop‑up)
sharon jones and the dap kings  fish in my dish   Options     1:15:23 (Pop‑up)
marscha gee  peanut duck   Options     1:18:27 (Pop‑up)
howlin wolf  spoonful   Options     1:21:00 (Pop‑up)
tindersticks  les gateaux   Options nenette et boni ost    1:23:37 (Pop‑up)
suni mcgrath  picnic on the moor   Options cornflower suite    1:24:35 (Pop‑up)
cibo matto  white pepper ice cream   Options viva! la woman    1:27:22 (Pop‑up)
barbecue bob  chocolate to the bone   Options chocolate to the bone    1:32:12 (Pop‑up)
nancy elizabeth  cornfield   Options migrating birds songs of lol waterson v/a    1:38:40 (Pop‑up)
Count Basie and His Orchestra  pound cake   Options     1:41:16 (Pop‑up)
leila  little acorns   Options blood, looms and blooms    1:43:34 (Pop‑up)
barbara carlotti  mademoiselle opossum   Options     1:46:54 (Pop‑up)
dusty springfield  magic garden   Options     1:49:59 (Pop‑up)
Nino Ferrer  les cornichons   Options     1:53:27 (Pop‑up)
bo chatman  good old turnip greens   Options folks he sure do pull some bow v/a    1:56:19 (Pop‑up)
gang of four  guns before butter   Options Entertainment!    2:00:06 (Pop‑up)
gudrun gut  apples and pears   Options   followed by interview with kevin pemoulie, chef @ thirty acres restaurant  2:05:44 (Pop‑up)
maxine funke  crab song   Options     2:39:06 (Pop‑up)
allen ginsberg   the lamb   Options     2:40:43 (Pop‑up)
animal collective  carrots   Options     2:42:11 (Pop‑up)
ravi shankar  closing titles, alice in wonderland ost   Options     2:50:38 (Pop‑up)
roland p young  tea bells   Options     2:52:52 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:01am annie:

woah!! blue of the blues.!
  9:03am ffrr:

Morning T. Nice opening, love Fats!
Avatar 9:04am trouble:

ok so the pic is toooo huge but the color has been repaired of sorts. GOOD MORNING!
  9:04am annie:

is that pizza on the tray?
  9:06am B23:

B23 here!
Avatar 9:10am trouble:

yes that is a foccacia that they served at the greenhorns event i dj'ed in august. check out the size of the pan compared to the sandal! wish i had figured out this was too large and shrunk at home. to late now, urg
  9:10am Titus in GA:

Howdy, Trouble!!! Bad news, I got called in @ my workplace therefore I won't be able to tag along and enjoy the lovely sounds of your session:( But I wanted to chime in and say have a really awesome show today! Cheers!!!
  9:11am Bad Ronald:

Good Morning. I resized the image you can grab it here:
  9:12am annie:

actually, i like it.... it's all arty and disproportionate..
  9:12am PKNY:

RIPMCA b/w now I'm jonesing for some ice cream cake.
  9:12am Krypt:

Hey Trouble, h'lo all, luuuurve Cookiepuss
  9:12am Brian in UK:

Hello trouble. Looks like a Spanish paella pan.
  9:13am Vivian:

I haven't heard Cookiepuss since HS!!!
  9:13am Priscilla:

Made a Momofuku Crack Pie last night. Have yet to try it.
  9:15am B23:

Hello Fish
  9:16am Ne-guh-tor:

Hey, Trouble! Nice job with the Fats! Any Fatty Jubbo?
  9:18am PKNY:

Oooh, is this Smithsonian a repress? I know this song from the infamous "Soul Boulders" mix (RIP Matthew Africa), great stuff!
  9:19am yayson:

trouble gets you everytime
  9:20am Cannula:

Hi Trouble, Krypt (hi cuz) and helllooo Jill Scott!
  9:22am Krypt:

@Cannula, I love this one Jill really lets go at the end yeah!
Avatar 9:24am trouble:

bad ronald, you are an angel! alas, i am too deep in the 'what the * to play next' mix to do any re-coding, so we will have to live with the hugeness for the morning. i will fix it when i get home. merci bien!!
Avatar 9:26am trouble:

priscilla did you make your crack pie in honor of our food guest later this morning? kevin pemoulie from "thirty acres" is in at 11. he was chef de cuisine @ momofuku for 5 years...
  9:27am groucho:

what's going on here?
  9:27am Neg-guh-tor:

This is the French Elmo?
  9:29am Alec:

Hey Trouble & Folks! this tune is pretty nutty!
  9:34am groucho:

in Edinburgh recently I ate a Lasagne pie. that's as posh as my menu gets (I just eat meat & tatie based foods)
  9:34am groucho:

(tatie is potato)
  9:38am Brian in UK:

@groucho was it deep fried?
  9:41am Brian in UK:

Now this is decent Jeff Lynne!
  9:42am jamesie:

the Idle Race? that does it! I am pledging.
  9:45am cee dub:

Morn'n Trouble. Pleaze as Chef Kevin for the real skinny behind the sudden implosion at MAE - wierdjc folks need to know
Avatar 9:48am trouble:

groucho, good food need not be posh, the opposite can actually be much better.

CEE DUB what is MAE?
  9:49am northguineahills:

Crap, I guess I'm stuck making potato/refried bean tacos. I was going to start some chili, but it will take all day to finish correctly.
  9:50am Patrick:

good morning trouble!! taking requests this week? can we hear Buffalo Springfield's Ohio on repeat?
Avatar 9:51am trouble:

good morning patrick! food songs today dearie...
  9:51am dcp:

ngh: you gonna deep fry those tacos?
  9:51am Patrick:

umm i love food!
  9:52am Brian in UK:

If you are doing requests. Rabbit stew in Breton cidre please.
  9:54am northguineahills:

I've never deep fried tacos before. I feel like I need a salsa verde to take the edge off "friedness" when I make deep-fried enchiladas. and I'm out of tomatillas.

  9:54am dcp:

OOHHHhhh.... bubblegum = CD bonus track, I was gonna say: never heard that tune on the LP
  9:55am Patrick:

last night Emily and i made potatoes fried in 4 kinds of greese, it was pretty good. any chicken updates?
  9:55am dcp:

bean and potato tacos sounds brilliant. Hmm, maybe I'll make those too. That means I have to go get beans, potatoes, chiles....tortillas....
  9:56am Vivian:

Since I'm among foodies this morning, can anyone recommend a delicious & outstanding chocolate cake recipe? A friend of birthday is coming up & he requested a chocolate-chocolate-chocolate cake.
  9:56am dcp:

yay CRAMPS! most important group ever.
Avatar 9:57am trouble:

our chicken gals are doing swell. only 2 eggs a day in this new fall weather, less light days.. all are fab. dj icepack loves playing with them, they are a circus of craziness.
  10:04am chris:

Yes, rockford Files theme rules!!!!!!!
  10:08am Vultures:

Carrion is food too!
  10:11am Priscilla:

Vivian, this is an easy one, but good. Hershey's Perfectly Chocolate Cake: http://www.hersheys.com/recipes/recipe-details.aspx?utm_source=redirect&utm_medium=redirect&utm_campaign=Redirect-recipes%20%28asp%29&id=184
  10:11am dcp:

I read this idiotic piece in the NYTimes I think where this junior scientist was claiming that organic farming was actually worse for the earth. All of her arguments were complete red herrings...Just wondering why people end up so dead-set against it..
  10:11am northguineahills:

I know, I'll fry the potatoes in jerk sauce for my tacos. I need to wash some dishes as I'm getting hungry.
  10:14am Jennique:

Morning Trouble and friends. Sorry I missed Cookie Puss! Actually had one for my 21st birthday. Only food song that comes to mind is Breakfast Cereal by DJ Yoda and Biz Markie. (for the record, NOBODY beats da BIZ)
  10:16am dcp:

Hey, think I'll make bean/potato pupusas instead--I got a big ol' bag of masa that's screaming to be used.
Avatar 10:16am trouble:

good morning jennique! vivian, reine de saba is a foolproof julia child cake that is sooooo fantastic and not hard! million recipes on line for it...
  10:17am Vivian:

@dcp, it would not surprise me if Monsanto is funding her research...
  10:18am dcp:

I think it may be more of case of trying to make a name for herself. I mean, I think half of these far-right wing nuts don't even believe what they're saying--they just want to make headlines so they can demand a bigger salary.
Avatar 10:18am trouble:

you got it vivian! that's the gig alright
  10:21am northguineahills:

There's a nice Salvadorian place in my hood that make awesome papusas. I've never attempted to make some, as too much dairy isn't too kind to my stomach.
  10:21am Vivian:

Thanks all for the suggestions!
  10:21am Cannula:

@dcp, damn straight The Cramps RULE!
  10:21am dcp:

WOLF! my personal god.
  10:23am dcp:

you don't have to put cheese in 'em. It sure helps but...
  10:24am ffrr:

Though meat is murder, there's always Satchmo's "Struttin' with Some Barbeque".
  10:26am chris:

I assume we'll be gettin' real in that parking lot
Avatar 10:28am trouble:

haaaaaa! i hadn't even remembered that chris, good call!!
  10:29am Krypt:

Cannula, this is a little early for you I can't help thinking?!?
  10:32am Cannula:

@Krypt, slander! I'll let you live 'cause we're fam but Grrrr.
  10:34am dcp:

there's a Greasy Greens tune out there I like but can't remember the name of the dude that recorded it...
  10:40am northguineahills:

I'm not familiar w/ Nancy Elizabeth. She has a nice Vashti vibe to her.
Avatar 10:41am trouble:

yes ngh, i agree!
  10:45am northguineahills:

Ok gastronomists, I'm making refried bean/jerk potato tacos. I also discovered some baby bok choy that has about 36 hours left in it. How do I incorporated the baby bok choy w/ my tacos?
  10:46am chris:

what about Tastes Good on the Bun by Ween? Nice and annoying
  10:46am dcp:

I would just chuck it in raw ngh. That stuff is pretty amazing with a light, but spicy dressing
  10:47am Brian in UK:

Steam them with ginger & dress with lime juice.
  10:48am βrian:

Shred and lightly braise in fresh oj with lime and a touch of honey.
Avatar 10:48am trouble:

i lightly sautee all my greens with a big hunk o garlic. and then lay it on that fab taco!
  10:49am northguineahills:

Cool. i have lime and ginger. I'll use agave instead of honey. Thanks! garlic. I like where this is going...
  10:50am Adrian in London:

Hello Trouble. And Barbara Carlotti is as good way to welcome me along as I tune in in foggy London.
  10:52am annie:

trouble, just what i was gonna say about the baby bok...
  10:52am chris:

or Fat Cakes by Jimmy McGriff
Avatar 10:53am trouble:

hey adrian! we are talking/playing music about food. chef kevin is on his way
  10:54am Brian in UK:

Hey Adrian you might be interested in this. It is in a church in Guildford. Oldest building in town circa 1000. Saw Richard Buckner & Doug Paisley there recently.
  10:55am chris:

Lovin that I have never heard most of these songs before anywhere
Avatar 10:57am trouble:

great to hear chris!
  10:57am Brian in UK:

Jinx, just been eating cornichons.
  10:59am glenn:

hey brian, why did the siamese twins move to england?
  10:59am Adrian in London:

@trouble: Ooh, sounds good. I made this at the weekend: http://www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/recipe_directory/t/thai_red_curry_with_haddock_and_sweet_potatoes.html

@brian Definitely see Sweet Billy Pilgrim. I interviewed Tim earlier this year and he's as charming a chap as you're likely to find. Their album's really good too.
Avatar 11:00am trouble:

yummmmm, adrian
  11:01am dcp:

Go4! hitting all the good stuff trouble...
  11:03am Brian in UK:

Hey glenn long time. I don't know why!!!
  11:03am pierre:

Bonjour Trouble !

sorry im late, i had to go out, but then i'm here

Bonjour listeners extraordinaires !
  11:04am glenn:

so the other one could drive.
  11:06am northguineahills:

Thanks Adrian, I'm going to have to try that later this week.
  11:06am Brian in UK:

Been missing you glenn.
  11:06am pierre:

aaaww… i missed Nino Ferrer…sad face
  11:07am glenn:

i'm rained out today.
  11:10am Adrian in London:

@northguineahills I'd only initially simmer the seeet potato for about 6 minutes or so because they'll go a bit mushy. Still tasty though!
  11:12am Jennique:

Love the dog barks on this song.
  11:15am Brian in UK:

@Adrian went to see Hypnotic Brass Ensemble on Sunday. Compelling.
Have SBP improved with the new singer?
  11:20am Krypt:

Just had some reheated brisket (made with two bottles of Theakstons Old Peculiar ale) with crusty baguette, heavenly.
  11:22am fred von helsing:

tomatos !
  11:23am Adrian in London:

@brian Improved? Jana's a good singer. Just given them an extra dimension. PLus, Tim's got a Flying V!!!
  11:23am Sara:

Trouble: I don't eat fish, but am certain I saw a flyer for a local fish CSA in the front hall of my building in Brooklyn. Can find out details for you if you like.
  11:24am dcp:

look, as long as people can go into a Safeway and by ground beef for $2/pound, they are going to give a flying freak where it came from or how it was produced.
  11:25am northguineahills:

I'm entering a chili cook-off this weekend, I'm thinking of adding sweet potato to balance the heat.
  11:26am northguineahills:

(it will be veggie)
  11:27am dcp:

"aren't" going to give....ah never mind...
  11:27am jamesie:

worm farms! Mine is goin strong
  11:28am northguineahills:

I have mildew on my mustard greens, which sucks b/c I wanted to eat them before we get another frost.
  11:28am dcp:

been composting in the middle of DC for about 20 years...expanded last year. I have 2 big cans full of worms.
  11:29am Priscilla:

Enjoying this discussion so much!
  11:31am dcp:

I'd like to do a veggie chili cook-off. I use SATAN!! HAHAHAHAHA!
  11:31am jamesie:

eBay got 3 stack worm farm plus coir block for £45 - will give tons of liquid plant food and for plowers
pack of worms by post 250 gms for £12
  11:32am dcp:

you have to be on bath salts to do dishes in a restaurant. I lasted 2 days at a red lobster.
  11:37am annie:

re: washing dishes in a restaurant; i'd prefer to wash lunch dishes by hand and put them in the rack... no machinery for me. i can last for abour 5 hours.. with breaks
  11:39am dcp:

well I also washed dishes in a family owned joint and it wasn't bad at all so I guess it's a matter of scale.
  11:40am zoot:

some nice food to see: http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/24402/geometric-food-art-by-sakir-gokcebag.html?utm_campaign=daily&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_source=subscribers#.UIaWqZO34_Y.facebook
  11:42am Kagi:

Whoa! Where's that Ginsberg recording from?
  11:42am cosmic matrix:

good morning, i am frying myself up an egg. then i am going to fry MYSELF up LIKE an egg. and record.
  11:43am cosmic matrix:

i like these sounds
  11:49am dcp:

hey, there's an oboe in this tune...
  11:49am annie:

dcp- it was the cafe in hamden; i refused the job of the one in the hotel across the street cause they had one of those nasty machines which worked terribly.. i also washed dishes in a vegetarian restaurant in leesburg.. i like the small places..
  11:51am βrian:

Reduced fat coconut milk will never cross my lips.
  11:55am northguineahills:

Superb show! Thanks trouble!
  11:57am Brian in UK:

@βrian intravaenous it's the only way. Interesting show trouble.
  11:58am cosmic matrix:

i have washed dishes in many places...awful in the winter (chapped hands)...my favorite is an indian restaurant...i was the only white fellow...what sizzling sounds and exciting smells
  11:58am cosmic matrix:

thanks DJs!!
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