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A pennant-winning battery of songland. Ongoing feature: Single File, a half-hour of randomly selected small records with big holes.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New
The Blackbyrds  Do It, Fluid   Options Walking In Rhythm: The Essential Selection 1973-1980  Decision/Concord  2013  CD  From 1974  *  
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band  Do It Fluid   Options New Orleans Funk Volume 3  Soul Jazz  2013  CD  From 1984  *  
Black Market Brass  Big Muffler   Options   Secret Stash  2013  45    *  
Sylvester and the Hot Band  Nobody's Fault But Mine   Options Bazaar  Blue Thumb  1974  MP3     
Curtis Mayfield  No Thing on Me (Cocaine Song)   Options Superfly - Deluxe 25th Anniversary Edition  Rhino  1997  CD  instrumental version   
En Vogue  Hooked on Your Love   Options Funky Divas  East West/Atlantic  1992  CD     
Janelle Monae  Givin Em What They Love   Options The Electric Lady  Atlantic  2013  CD  Featuring Prince  *  
Prince  Can't Stop This Feeling I Got   Options Music from "Graffiti Bridge"  Paisley Park/Warner Bros.  1990  CD     
First Base  I'm All Alone Again   Options First Base  Hozac  2013  LP    *  
Dwight Twilley  Shark   Options   Hozac  2013  45  From 1975  *  
Warm Soda  Tell Me in a Whisper   Options I Need You Bad  Polyvinyl  2013  CD    *  
Epicycle  Biological Reaction   Options You're Not Gonna Get It: 1978-81  Hozac  2013  LP    *  
Paul Warren & Explorer  Kiss Me Chrissy   Options One of the Kids  RSO  1980  LP     
The Shivvers  No Substitute   Options Til the Word Gets Out  Hyped2Death  2003  CD-R  circa 80-82   
The Nines  Holiday   Options Buttons: From Champaign To Chicago  The Numero Group  2012  CD  From 1982   
Brigitte Fontaine  Une Fois Mais Pas Deux   Options Brigitte Fontaine Est...Folle  Superior Viaduct  2013  CD  From 1968  *  
Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66  Lost in Paradise   Options Stillness  A&M  1969  LP     
Caetano Veloso  Lost in the Paradise   Options Caetano Veloso  Philips  2003  CD  From 1969   
The Verlaines  You Said You   Options Juvenilia  Captured Tracks/Flying Nun  2013  LP  From 1984  *  
Adam Leonard  The Place You Hid   Options Yesterday, Perhaps: Songs of the Kitchen Cynics  Enf  2013  LP    *  
The Kitchen Cynics  Who Will Love You the Worst   Options Seasoning  Les Enfants du Paradiddle  2003  CD     
Dump  Hope, Joe   Options I Can Hear Music  Morr Music  2013  CD  From 1995  *  
The Servants  Everybody Has a Dream   Options Small Time  Captured Tracks  2013  LP  Recorded in 1991  *  
Single File: a bunch of 45s lined up in a row for a half-hour or so
The Pooh Sticks  Young People   Options   Sweet Virginia  1991  45     
Lou Christie  I'm Gonna Make You Mine   Options   Buddah  1969  45     
Sound Demension Band  Please Be True (Version)   Options   Coxsone  1969  45  Alexander Harvey singing   
Martha and the Lazers  Spank - Georgia Disco (Part 1)   Options   Polydor  1978  45     
Tiny Bradshaw and His Orchestra  Come On   Options   King  1955  45     
Lynda K. Lance  Ain't Had No Lovin'   Options   Royal American  1969  45     
Snopek  New York Jumpers   Options   Mountain Railroad  1979  45     
Leyton Buzzards  No Dry Ice or Flying Pigs   Options   Chrysalis  1979  45     
Prairie Madness  Say It Again, I Love You   Options   Columbia  1970  45     
Sensations' Fix  Music Is Painting in the Air   Options Fragments of Light  Superior Viaduct  2013  LP  From 1974  *  
R.E.O. Speedwagon  Five Men Were Killed Today   Options R.E.O. Speedwagon  Epic  1971  LP     
Philip Perkins  Rainy Third Street / At Home and Away   Options Drive Time  Body Double  2013  LP  From 1988  *  
Eduard Artemiev  Movement 1   Options Andrei Tarkovsky's 'Solaris' Original Soundtrack  Superior Viaduct  2013  LP  From 1972  *  
Bil Vermette  Morning Dance   Options Katha Visions  Permanent/Galactic Archive  2014  LP  From 1984  *  
Paul Nelson  Vortex 2   Options Vortex  Medical  2013  LP  From 1981  *  
Patrick Cowley  Zygote   Options School Daze  Dark Entries  2013  LP  From 1980  *  
Saâda Bonaire  Second Face   Options Saâda Bonaire  Fantasy Memory  2013  LP  mid-80s  *  
Frederick Michael St. Jude  One More Day   Options Here Am I  Drag City  2013  LP  From 1977  *  
Wilderness Road  The Gospel   Options Sold for the Prevention of Disease Only  Real Gone Music  2013  CD  Including: What Key Does the Good Lord Sing In? / Sunday, Sunday / Mouth Jive / Heavily into Jesus; From 1973  *  

Listener comments!

Avatar 9:02am duke:

Happy etc. Everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02am braveness23:

happy, happy, happy! Boing! Boing! Boing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04am braveness23:

oh, I forgot to say "B23 here!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06am common:

happy boings!
Avatar 9:07am kat330:

Happy Boxing Day, Joe, Duke braveness23 and common! This is an unusual opportunity for me to be on your list, Joe.
Avatar 9:08am Joe McG:

Happy boxing day, kat! Hello duke, common, braveness23! I hope some or all of you don't have to work today.
Avatar 9:10am kat330:

I'm always working, more or less, from home. Just finished a couple hours of housecleaning so can relax but gas it up with some McGasko while I do more sedentary work. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am listener james from westwood:

good morning, joe and all! no! work! til monday!
Avatar 9:12am Joe McG:

@kat: I'm told that my show is great for sedentary work especially! Hey, james!
Avatar 9:12am kat330:

Hey, James! Hope your yesterday (and all days before) were very merry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am braveness23:

'Work' is such a strong word, don't you think? Let's just say I at the office (or the 'orifice', as I like to call it).
Avatar 9:13am Joe McG:

True, the nice thing about working during a week when everyone else is out is that, well, it's so much nicer!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am braveness23:

Oh I wish everyone else was out for the rest of the week. I am surrounded by people who think that by paddling harder you actually get somewhere desirable.
Avatar 9:15am kat330:

Yeah, Philo opted to work w/ just 2 others (out of around 75) today, tomorrow and Monday. Saves vacation days he'd otherwise be forced to use, and so much nicer for him to start and leave earlier plus the relaxed atmosphere.
Avatar 9:18am Cheri Pi:

Ahhh it feels good to be back home (aka the comment board)
Avatar 9:19am kat330:

Fluid? Muffler? You really ARE gassing up this machine w/ some mighty fine funk, Joe! :)
Avatar 9:19am Brian in UK:

Hey Joe. Some of us is working on the morrow. Making some fruit salad right now. Good sounds. Nothing less than expected.
Avatar 9:19am kat330:

Happy Boxing Day, Brian!
Avatar 9:21am Joe McG:

@Kat: Big :). Cheri Pi with that happy avatar, so nice. Hey Brian! What's in the fruit salad for B-Day?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am common:

happy boxing day, kat. sorry, late on the draw cuz i, too, am working like a jerk. oh well. music is good!
Avatar 9:23am kat330:

@common: :)
  9:29am earrie:

Fluffy, puffy, snowy good morning. Boxing Day's got relaxed-stretch written all over it.
Avatar 9:30am kat330:

Gimme Monae, Monae is all I want
  9:38am KP:

Good morning, Joe
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am common:

let us rock! lettuce rock!
Avatar 9:41am kat330:

Gassed up and now ready to roll.
  9:47am KP:

We like Warm Soda
Avatar 9:50am Joe McG:

Hey, KP! Glad you're enjoying the lettuce rock!
Avatar 10:02am Sem Chumbo:

Making Boxing Day brunch is cutting into my quality time with Joe. Gonna have to get to the archive for the first hour. Good morning, all.
Avatar 10:04am kat330:

An Albanian brunch?
  10:04am KP:

Was listening to a French pop comp you suggested on our drive down to Alexandria. Really breaks it up
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am common:

Avatar 10:05am Joe McG:

Hey, Sem! @KP: Tres chic?
Avatar 10:08am Brian in UK:

Got sidetracked. Happy Boxing Day Kat. Usual fruit apples, melon, pineapple, kiwi, plums, oranges etc. No grapefuit. Hmmm.
Avatar 10:09am Sem Chumbo:

@kat33: very funny. Seriously, "The Cursed Mountain" is an amazing travel book about Albania which every New Albanian should read.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09am common:

and again with the click!
  10:09am earrie:

This is a song to get lost in paradise to; sounds ah.
Avatar 10:10am Brian in UK:

There will be Christmas pudding ice-cream later.
Avatar 10:10am kat330:

@Sem: Well, but why not? I made a really fine Moroccan meal on Christmas Eve eve (Chicken Tagine). :)
Avatar 10:12am Joe McG:

@kat: Yum! @earrie: So good I had to hear it twice.
Avatar 10:13am Cecile:

Hello, Joe, whaddaya know?
Avatar 10:14am Joe McG:

Hey, Cecile! I know that it's always nice to see a Verlaines reissue!
Avatar 10:14am kat330:

@Joe: Food discussions, yeah, now we're cooking w/ gas. ;) I made my own ras el hanout spice for the tagine. Philo claimed it was his fave meal of mine in the latter half of 2013.
Avatar 10:14am Cecile:

I have a couple of Verlaines EPs/singles. Don't know this song, though.
Avatar 10:15am Cecile:

I WAY prefer this to the stuff after Hallelujah. They kind of became a legend in their own mind.
Avatar 10:16am Sem Chumbo:

@kat330: Spent two Decembers in Morocco.The food! Thanks for the Proustian rush.
Avatar 10:17am kat330:

@Brian: In your punctuation, you mean pudding flavored ice cream, or Christmas pudding + ice cream?
Avatar 10:18am kat330:

@Sem: of tastes and smells remembered, yes! I only spent a total of 4 days in Morocco myself, but quite an eventful and memorable 4 days.
Avatar 10:18am Sem Chumbo:

@kat:This Christmas I've been giving people homemade preserved lemon, speaking of Moroccan cooking. Tried it?
Avatar 10:19am Cecile:

And Juvenilia isn't from 1984 - it's actually the name of a Flying Nun comp that came out in 87 and was reissued in 88 by Homestead over here. I, of course, never got my shit together to buy either. It is all their 84-85 stuff though.
Avatar 10:20am Cecile:

Sem, I've had Afghan preserved lemon in their lemonade. It is the color of iced tea and amazing.
Avatar 10:20am Joe McG:

@Cecile: My dates are always the original dates for the music, whenever I can find it. I have the original LP on Homestead.
  10:20am Sam:

"I went upstairs for a much needed piss, and when I came back down she was kissing Joe" Great line!
Avatar 10:21am Cecile:

Nice! You are one up on me.
Avatar 10:22am Cecile:

I got Ron Burgundy's autobiography for Christmas. It is pretty insane.
Avatar 10:22am kat330:

@Sem: Actually that preserved lemon was an optional ingredient in a couple different recipes I used as my guideline. But no, didn't make / include.
Avatar 10:22am kat330:

Joe, this has been a quite nice set.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am Irene Trudel:

Kitchen Cynics! I love Alan's songs. Nice version of "The Place You Hid" too. Great show this morning in general, Joe!
Avatar 10:24am kat330:

H'Irene! Happy Boxing Day (whether you celebrate it or not ;)!
Avatar 10:24am Joe McG:

Thanks, kat! @Sam: That fella from the Kitchen Cynics writes some really terrific lyrics. @Irene: Alan, yes! I saw that you were thanked on the CD, Irene!
Avatar 10:24am Cecile:

Irene, I still have to thank you for turning me on to Clare and The Reasons. I don't normally like music like that, but they are pretty singular and talented.
Avatar 10:25am Sem Chumbo:

@kat: worth taking 10 minutes and having some on hand:)
  10:25am KP:

There's Hope, Joe
Avatar 10:26am kat330:

OK, for my next go-round then. Still have plenty of the ras el hanout for tagine in 2014.
Avatar 10:27am Joe McG:

@KP: I'm hoping!
Avatar 10:27am Cecile:

Are the Servants a new group, or is this a reissue?
Avatar 10:28am Joe McG:

@Cecile: Old Cherry Red folks, second LP never came out (this one!).
Avatar 10:31am Cecile:

Oh, ok.
Wow, the benefit of time is really cool.

We young uns in the 80s were privy to a lot of garage rock and soul unknown to most at the time through reissues, and you guys are finding a ton of indie rock and alt-pop I never knew existed and I was buying a shitload of records at the time.
Avatar 10:32am Cecile:

I mean 60s garage rock and soul.
Avatar 10:37am dale:

the problem with 90s singles is that they were usually cd singles. still a biggish hole, i spose
Avatar 10:37am Joe McG:

@Cecile: Yeah, it's a banner time to be alive for cool reissues of all kinds. 2013 was a great year for music, even if a lot of it was old!
Avatar 10:38am Cecile:

they were, dale, but then you had people like Sympathy, Sub Pop and In The Red putting out great vinyl singles. Remember cassingles?
Avatar 10:38am Cheri Pi:

Captured Tracks have captured my wallet for 2013. Cecile didja see that Goner reissued 3 Cosmic Psychos LPs?
Avatar 10:39am Cecile:

Joe, the amount of killer soul they are unearthing is ridiculous.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am Irene Trudel:

Thanks @Cecile! Yeah, I really like what Clare and the Reasons do and I'm glad to have turned you (and everyone) on to them. @Joe, I didn't realize Alan had mentioned me. He's a really sweet guy and incredibly prolific. Lots of great stuff from Mr. Cynic.

@kat, Happy Boxing Day to you and everyone too! Also, a happy birthday to @KP, a little birdy told me.
Avatar 10:40am kat330:

Birthday, birthday happy, KP!
Avatar 10:41am Cecile:

Cheri, I have the first one, but to me it doesn't take off until the last three songs. But it's been years since I listened to it. Is there a better one to check out?
Avatar 10:42am dale:

is lou christie still out there? 'diary' is a great tear jerker. so is bread's 'diary'. i guess all songs about diaries are tearjerkers
  10:42am Brendan:

Hi Joe,
I just checked and yeah, its just like you said!
I can either do or not do what Im going to do here at work.
Avatar 10:43am herb.nyc:

hi joe, hi all. great LOU CHRISTIE song (he wrote? does lou christie write songs? is he related to JULIE CHRISTIE? hubba hubba.). i'm v.sure i heard ALEX CHILTON (r.i.p.) do this live, maybe at folk city (r.i.p.)
Avatar 10:43am Cecile:

dale, I mean. Bread to me are one of the scariest bands ever.
Their songs all sound like they are penned by a stalker.
Avatar 10:43am Joe McG:

@Cecile: I agree! @Irene: Yes, you and Peter are both thanked on "Seasoning"! @KP: Happy birthday!! Hey Brendan and dale! I like songs about diaries, too. Hey Herb! It's a Tony Romeo song, the guy who was involved with the Partridges, among others.
Avatar 10:44am Cecile:

Cheri, I sent you some rhubarb preserves.
  10:44am Brendan:

The ramifications of this are great. I must let others know of this great thing called non work.
  10:45am Gildo-X:

SORRY if I missed it... but hho playing in the background during during the last back announce?
Avatar 10:45am Chris from DC:

Aw, missed the Kitchen Cynics.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am Nate K:

Love that Pooh Sticks song. Morning, Joe.
Avatar 10:45am Cecile:

In My Diary by the Moonglows is pretty sweet.
Avatar 10:47am Joe McG:

Morning, Nate! @Gildo-X: That was Lyle Ritz from his LP "How About Uke?"
Avatar 10:47am herb.nyc:

TONY ROMEO? sounds like a porn name; thanks for telling us, joe. and i missed THE SERVANTS earlier, but i (vaguely) recall their song "The Sun a Small Star" (thanks to THE BIG TAKEOVER mag). and DISCO now is very welcome.
  10:47am Gildo-X:

Geez where did I learn to type.... but who was playing in the background during during the last back announce?
Avatar 10:48am Cheri Pi:

I can't speak for Go to the Hack, I've heard that it's not that great but I really enjoy their s/t LP. 2013 is a banner year for Down Under reissues for sure.
  10:48am Gildo-X:

Thanks Joe!
Avatar 10:48am Cecile:

Well, I should give it another listen, Pi.
Avatar 10:49am Joe McG:

@Herb: Yes, those are the guys, the "Sun and Small Star" people. @Gildo: You bet!
Avatar 10:54am Cecile:

If you ever wondered what 10cc and the Manhattan Transfer would sound like if they collaborated, it might sound a little something like this. Forced.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am braveness23:

It's a real toe tapper
Avatar 10:55am Joe McG:

A nice song about committing suicide
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am braveness23:

This is making me a little queasy
Avatar 10:56am Cecile:

he's been around Milwaukee forever, and I've been avoiding him almost as long.
Avatar 10:56am Cecile:

hahahaha, this Leyton Buzzerds is awesome. Anti the Wall!
Avatar 10:57am kat330:

OK, gotta use my hands otherwise now. Thanks, Joe, for all the sounds heard already and those still to come for another hour!
Avatar 10:57am Cheri Pi:

Avatar 10:57am Joe McG:

You bet, kat! Thanks so much for droppin' by!
Avatar 10:58am Cheri Pi:

They're a band after my own heart.
  10:58am Mike Sin:

I'm enjoying your show today, Joe. I hope you had a swell Xmas.
Avatar 10:59am Joe McG:

Thanks, Mike! Sorry no Xmas CD this year. I didn't finish it. Hope you had a great one!
Avatar 11:03am Cheri Pi:

Joe, you sound smooth as butter
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am efd:

Hey Joe! You sound normal.
Avatar 11:03am Cecile:

Joe, you sound fine.
  11:03am earrie:

Fine levels.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am efd:

Although I'm listening at home, instead of at work like I usually do, so "normal" is relative.
Avatar 11:04am duke:

Joe you sound normal.
We're all normal and we want our freedom.
Avatar 11:04am herb.nyc:

YES, smooth as chunky peanut butter (haha, HEARTY WHITE had a great butter / toast line, on monday 3pm)
  11:05am Gildo-X:

Joe, you're Lima Charlie, 5 x 5
Avatar 11:05am dale:

you sound perfect over the mt. hope induced radiola.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:06am Irene Trudel:

Joe, you're sounding just fine. I'll call you after you're off mic to see if I can help.
  11:06am earrie:

Meters must be measuring non-dj, 'Abby'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am Carmichael:

Joe, thought I'd amble in to work by myself this morning and goof off!
  11:10am god:

Joe maybe pull out the high end, im getting some hiss back in the 9K Khz spectrum
Avatar 11:12am Brian in UK:

@Kat ice cream made from Christmas pudding.
Avatar 11:12am Joe McG:

Thanks, Irene! Thanks, god!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am Carmichael:

Now THIS Sensations song gets clicky starred, as many times as the law will allow!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:18am Carmichael:

They were probably killed because they were riding the storm out.
Avatar 11:19am Joe McG:

@Carm: Ha ha!
  11:20am Brendan:

5 men wore kilts today?
Avatar 11:20am Brian in UK:

What do you folks eat with chili whan you make it at home?
Avatar 11:21am Chris from DC:

So I've heard Foreigner, Heart, and REO Speedwagon on FMU this week.
  11:21am Brendan:

Tortilla chis are pretty good, otherwise bread
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:21am braveness23:

we put it over pasta with lots of diced onion and shredded cheddar cheese... and tons of Franks hot sauce.
Avatar 11:21am Brian in UK:

'Is there anything worn under the kilt?'

'No, it's all in perfect working order'
Avatar 11:22am Joe McG:

@Chris: Classic Rock Radio is alive and well here at WFMU.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am sinister dexter:

  11:23am Brendan:

Yeah beer
Avatar 11:24am Brian in UK:

Thanks, we have rice for some reason. And beer. Normally add chocolate to the mix and more homemade chili relish at the end.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am braveness23:

This is like church!
Avatar 11:26am Brian in UK:

Love the name 'Superior Viaduct'. Better than 'Leaky Aquaduct'
Avatar 11:26am Joe McG:

@braveness: Church...in space!
Avatar 11:26am Brian in UK:

@Joe. Seen Gravity yet?
Avatar 11:29am Joe McG:

@Brian: No, not yet, but I'm excited about Sandra Bullock in space.
Avatar 11:31am dale:

re paul nelson - now i got a jones to hear jarre's equinox. damn you joe!
Avatar 11:32am Joe McG:

@dale: Ha ha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am Ken From Hyde Park:

Is Vortex 2 derived from the tune from the Midnight Express movie?
  11:34am Brendan:

This sounds like good music to fly a space ship to
Avatar 11:35am Joe McG:

@Ken: Not that I know of, but it certainly sounds reminiscent of that!
Avatar 11:36am Joe McG:

@Brendan: Well, the movie this music was associated with certainly involved...uh...rockets!
Avatar 11:37am Cecile:

Brian, I eat chili with rice or elbow macaroni. Sour cream and avocado are nice on top.
  11:37am TinMan:

This is what robots listen to when they do it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am braveness23:

This sounds straight off of Zoolook
Avatar 11:39am Sem Chumbo:

Mirror ball now spinning in the darkened living room, reflecting coloured laser nights everywhere. Thanks a lot, Joe.
Avatar 11:39am dale:

i was disappointed when klaus schulze did transfer station blue stuff. dumbed it down for me.
Avatar 11:41am Joe McG:

@Sem: Glad to be at your disco service.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42am Carmichael:

I thought this was the Flying Lizards.
  11:42am earrie:

@Cecile ! Chili with macaroni! There's a long-lost dish. Aka 'beef-a-roni' where I'm from.
Avatar 11:44am Joe McG:

Oh, earrie, I have to say that beef-a-roni is one of my least fondly remembered meals from childhood!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am Carmichael:

Sounds like lotsa yous prefer the Cincinnati chili style, aka chili and some kinda pasta. Out here, it's just a big bowl of chili, with some cheddar, onions, avocado and perhaps sour cream. and some Habanero Sunshine to kick it up a notch.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am Ike:

Back at work! Hey folks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am common:

solaris is so great!
  11:50am Chef Boyardee:

Hi Kids! Who wants some canned spaghetti and meatballs?!
Avatar 11:52am Joe McG:

@CB: Now THAT stuff, I used to like. I tried it a couple years ago out of curiosity and wondered how I ever ate it. So sweet!
  11:52am earrie:

it was school-lunch cooked in Bulk.
  11:53am Wendy's:

We serve chili with hamburger meat...and the occasional severed finger.
Avatar 11:53am dale:

the st. jude song was fantastic
  11:54am Dinty Moore:

My beef stew smells better than it tastes
Avatar 11:55am duke:

Q: What kind of car would Jesus drive?
A: A Honda, because it says in Acts: On the day of Pentecost they were all of one accord.
Avatar 11:55am Fred's Fill Dirt and Croissant:

Now serving your backfill and fancy French pastry needs. Step right up.
  11:56am Brendan:

Joe thanks for today
Avatar 11:56am Brian in UK:

The Honda Quaalude, my kind of car.
Avatar 11:56am Joe McG:

Thanks for listening, everybody! I hope you all have a Happy New Year's Day. See you the day after.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Ike:

I need to thank my parents for NEVER feeding me Chef Boyardee. Gross. They did feed me those hot dogs with cheese filling a few times though, and also scrapple.
Avatar 11:57am Joe McG:

Scrapple! Now that brings back memories! :S
Avatar 11:57am dale:

'member the bewitched episode where endora turns darin into a snotty little boy and he suggests to the stew company owner to rebrand the stew as dog food?
Avatar 11:57am Sem Chumbo:

Great sounds, Joe. Much appreciated here by all.
  11:58am TR in MI:

Crazy. Like Tubes meets Firesign Theatre meets country
Avatar 11:58am dale:

i would think jesus would drive a car that runs on water
Avatar 11:58am Brian in UK:

Thanks for the healthy eating tips, folks. Adios amigos.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

To stretch her household food budget dollar, my mom would make us Kraft pizzas and use cut-up hot dogs for the topping. Usually on Sunday nights when Disney was on.
Avatar 12:01pm Cecile:

Real home-cooked chili mac is tasty. Beef-a-roni is dreadful.
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