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Favoriting December 13, 2012

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty  As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone   Favoriting The Very Best of Lorretta Lynn and Conway Twitty  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Danny James and His Palanquin Guitar  Boogie In The Mud   Favoriting Goldwax 45  0:09:00 (Pop-up)
Junior Parker  That's Why I'm Always Crying   Favoriting Duke 45  0:10:59 (Pop-up)
Albert King  I Get Evil   Favoriting Bobbin 45  0:13:48 (Pop-up)
Little Daddy Walton & Sons  Highway Blues   Favoriting Big Hit 45  0:15:28 (Pop-up)
Lowell Fulsom  Lovin' Touch   Favoriting Kent 45  0:18:08 (Pop-up)
Albert Washington  Loosen These Pains, and Let Me Go   Favoriting M In The Street 45  0:21:09 (Pop-up)
Joe Tex  I Gotcha   Favoriting Dial 45  0:24:19 (Pop-up)
James Brown  Sexy, Sexy, Sexy   Favoriting Polydor 45  0:26:52 (Pop-up)
 
The Everly Brothers  Cuckoo Bird   Favoriting Walk Right Back: The Everly Brothers On Warner Bros 1960-1969  0:32:38 (Pop-up)
Johnny Darrell  Why You Been Gone So Long   Favoriting Why You Been Gone So Long  0:34:42 (Pop-up)
International Submarine Band  Truck Drivin' Man   Favoriting Ascot 45  0:37:01 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Torn and Frayed   Favoriting Exile On Main Street  0:39:31 (Pop-up)
Neil Young  Walk On   Favoriting Reprise 45  0:43:54 (Pop-up)
Bob Dylan  From a Buick 6   Favoriting Columbia 45  0:46:39 (Pop-up)
The Velvet Underground  White Light/White Heat   Favoriting Verve 45  0:49:22 (Pop-up)
The Saints  (I'm) Stranded   Favoriting Sire 45  0:52:05 (Pop-up)
Crime  Hot Wire My Heart   Favoriting Kitten Charmer 45  0:56:07 (Pop-up)
Richard Hell & the Voidoids  The Kid With the Replaceable Head   Favoriting Destiny Street  0:58:50 (Pop-up)
Television  Friction   Favoriting Marquee Moon  1:01:15 (Pop-up)
Yo La Tengo  Barnaby, Hardly Working   Favoriting President Yo La Tengo  1:06:28 (Pop-up)
 
The Furys  If I Didn't Have a Dime (To Play the Jukebox)   Favoriting Liberty 45  1:16:22 (Pop-up)
Bert Berns  Gotta Travel On   Favoriting Laurie 45  1:18:02 (Pop-up)
Ben E. King  It's All Over   Favoriting Atco 45  1:21:59 (Pop-up)
Junior Lewis  Raise Your Hand   Favoriting Sceptor 45  1:24:13 (Pop-up)
Tami Lynn  I'm Gonna Run Away From You   Favoriting Atco 45  1:26:07 (Pop-up)
The Vibrations  My Girl Sloopy   Favoriting Atlantic 45  1:28:49 (Pop-up)
Betty Harris  Cry to Me   Favoriting Jubilee 45  1:31:38 (Pop-up)
LaVerne Baker  Go Away   Favoriting Atlantic 45  1:34:51 (Pop-up)
Austin Taylor  Push Push   Favoriting Laurie 45  1:37:39 (Pop-up)
The Drifters  Up In The Streets of Harlem   Favoriting Atlantic 45  1:39:28 (Pop-up)
Hoagy Lands  (I'm Gonna) Cry Some Tears   Favoriting Judi 45  1:42:33 (Pop-up)
Wilson Pickett  Come Home Baby   Favoriting Atlantic 45  1:44:47 (Pop-up)
The Renaults  Hully Gully Lamb   Favoriting Wand 45  1:48:16 (Pop-up)
Little Esther  Hello Walls   Favoriting Atlantic 45  1:51:32 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:18pm
Matt from Springfield:

If this show can't be dragged through the mud, it can at least boogie in the mud.

Hey Ted!
Interesting setup for that duet w/ Conway!
  3:32pm
Matt from Springfield:

More Joe Tex, and his classic proto-rap!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:32pm
efd:

Yes, another Joe Tex tune!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm
efd:

Looks like Matt from Springfield and I owe each other Cokes.
  3:34pm
Honey Water:

Thought I'd echo MfS last week and suggest a direct link from the FMU home page to your Ichiban stream/playlist? Besides the ease, this would allow the occasional female listener to bypass the pin-ups page.
Avatar 3:35pm
Ted:

No drugs here, Evan.
  3:44pm
Matt from Springfield:

@efd: If I ever get to the station, we'll exchange Cokes!

Hi again, Honey. Today I did see a link from the homepage. Last week there wasn't, but normally there is for Ted's show.
  3:44pm
seang:

like Dali said, "I don't do drugs. I am drugs."
  3:46pm
Honey Water:

Guess I missed it then. Welp, gotta go get the laundry off the line. Have a fine sausage fest folks! ;)
  3:46pm
Matt from Springfield:

Nice one seang.
  3:48pm
Matt from Springfield:

That reminds of this one from the dear departed Gonzo, Hunter S. Thompson:

"I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me."
  3:48pm
Matt from Springfield:

"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side."
  3:50pm
Matt from Springfield:

Sausage fests are the Wurst...
  3:55pm
seang:

this rulz
  4:01pm
Matt from Springfield:

As do The Saints!
  4:09pm
seang:

damn dude!
  4:17pm
Mark in Toronto:

requesting for next week, some pub rock, particularly Ducks Deluxe.
  4:21pm
Matt from Springfield:

Deep, scratchy needle drops--nothin' like that feelin'!
  4:55pm
Matt from Springfield:

Wilson Pickett, another late great.
  5:00pm
Matt from Springfield:

Little Esther, great soul cover and chorus, of a Faron Young country song, written by Willie Nelson!
That's great American diversity!
  5:03pm
Matt from Springfield:

Bert Berns--will duly look up!
Incidentally, the bed music is mixed well--not blaring at all like last week, so you've got it at a good level!
  5:03pm
Matt from Springfield:

Thanks once again Ted, have a great week!
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