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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options February 1, 2014: The Deevil You Know vs the Deevil Ya Don't

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
John Zorn  Crucifixion   Options The Hermetic Organ St. Pauls  Tzadik  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Guignol  Invisible Sports   Options Angela David and the Great Neopolitan Road Issue  Cenotaph Audio    0:06:13 (Pop‑up)
Emerald Web  Stepper   Options The Stargate Tapes 1979-82  B-Music  *   0:11:39 (Pop‑up)
bran(...)pos  Cumulo-Nimble Shuffle   Options Coin-Op Khepri  Crippled Intellect    0:16:04 (Pop‑up)
Xiu Xiu  Flo Me La   Options Xiu Xiu Plays the Music of Nina Simone  Graveface  *   0:21:36 (Pop‑up)
Guy Skornik  Gurdjieff   Options Pour Pawels  Lion Productions  *   0:28:16 (Pop‑up)
Dogbowl  You hit me Over My Head   Options Cyclops Nuclear Submarine Captain  Shimmydisk    0:33:42 (Pop‑up)
Aphrodite's Child  Air   Options It's Five o' Clock  Esoteric    0:37:23 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      0:43:51 (Pop‑up)
Psapp  In and Out   Options What Makes Us Glow  The State 51 Conspiracy  *   0:53:53 (Pop‑up)
Olivier Libaux  Go with the Flow   Options Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age  Music for Music Lovers  *   0:56:58 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      1:00:01 (Pop‑up)
Original Kocani Orketstar  Zikino Kolo   Options Cigance  Dunya    1:07:50 (Pop‑up)
Beatrice Arnac  Athee Ou a Te   Options Mobilisation Generale  Born Bad  *   1:13:40 (Pop‑up)
Joy Division  Sound of Music   Options Heart & Soul      1:17:52 (Pop‑up)
Shocking Blue  Poor Boy   Options At Home  Repertoire    1:20:07 (Pop‑up)
Wilco  Radio Cure   Options Yankee Hotel Foxtrot  Nonesuch    1:24:54 (Pop‑up)
Hospitality  Nightengale   Options Trouble  Merge  *   1:30:28 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      1:34:25 (Pop‑up)
Native America  Lonely Tonight   Options Bad Weed But Still Weed  AAM Sunday Service  *   1:39:45 (Pop‑up)
Eric Burdon & the Animals  Winds of Changes   Options Creative Outlaws  Trikont    1:43:10 (Pop‑up)
White Heaven  Blind Promise   Options Out  PSF    1:46:08 (Pop‑up)
Neutral Milk Hotel  Songs Against Sex   Options On Avery Island  Merge    1:50:50 (Pop‑up)
Kramer  Nine Minus Seven is Two   Options Still Alive in 95  Shimmydisk    1:54:44 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Vee  Beutiful People   Options Absolutely the Best  Fuel 2000    1:58:49 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      2:01:04 (Pop‑up)
High Tide  Walking Down Their Outlook   Options Sea Shanties  Eclectic Disks    2:08:31 (Pop‑up)
Chrome Cranks  The Devil is in Texas   Options Diabolical Boogie  Atavistic    2:13:12 (Pop‑up)
Damon  Birds Fly so High   Options Song of a Gypsy  Now Again  *   2:16:42 (Pop‑up)
Skip Bifferty  Yours for at Least   Options Skip Bifferty  Essex    2:21:36 (Pop‑up)
Dave Cloud & the Gospel of Power  You Don't Need Sex   Options Pressure Before Business  Fire    2:25:03 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      2:28:33 (Pop‑up)
Prince Far I  Heavy Manners   Options Heavy Manners  Trojan    2:32:38 (Pop‑up)
Diamond Joe  Gossip Gossip   Options New Orleans Funk Volume 3  Soul Jaz    2:35:53 (Pop‑up)
Louisiana Red  Dead Stray Dog   Options Dead Stray Dog  Fat Possum  *   2:39:16 (Pop‑up)
T-Model Ford  These Eyes   Options You Better Keep Still  Fat Possum    2:40:59 (Pop‑up)
Flamingos  I Only have Eyes for You   Options 7"      2:43:59 (Pop‑up)
The Feminine Complex  I've Been Working On you   Options Livin Love  Rev-Ola    2:47:27 (Pop‑up)
Serge Gainsbourg  La Femme des Uns sous le corps des autres   Options Intoxicated Man 1958-1962  El  *   2:51:24 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Scott  Heaven   Options A Tribute to Covers Vol 11  Noon    2:56:42 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:07am P-90:

All Hail Bill Mac!
LOVED that organ thing
  3:08am P-90:

Oh it was Zorn, no wonder so good
Avatar 3:09am Andy in Berlin:

Good Morning! Almost sunny and not so cold over here this time.
Avatar 3:11am Brian in UK:

There be sunshine. No rain. Praise the DJ.
  3:11am marmeladenkatze:

good morning good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12am mauri:

Morning mister Bill Mac and everyone.
Avatar 3:14am Bill Mac:

Hey! Zorn is copping a Miles Davis move from sax to organ. That stuff is worth a hear. The cold is taking a vacation from us this weekend, just in time for the BIG GAME. I have a feeling that the greatest football stars of all time are within a stones' throw of where I'm sitting.
  3:14am P-90:

G'morning Lady and Gentlemen, fellow Macolytes
Avatar 3:14am Bill Mac:

Hellllooooo all!
Avatar 3:16am Bill Mac:

Power to the Pipple!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17am Stanley:

Right on!
Avatar 3:19am Bill Mac:

Hey Stanley, grab some breakfast and settle in.
Avatar 3:22am Brian in UK:

Pinch, Punch, First of the Month, Everyone.
  3:23am P-90:

Q: Do you Xiu Xiu?
A: I do Xiu Xiu, you too?
Avatar 3:26am Bill Mac:

I said it before and I'll say it again - Tish Tosh & Tut Tut to Mention Nothing of Piffle....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26am Stanley:

@Brian - ouch!
  3:28am P-90:

Oh thank God we don' have "pinch punch" over on this side
  3:28am Justin tolerant:

good morning all. easing gently into Saturday x
  3:29am marmeladenkatze:

we are entitled to some sunshine this morning! celebration!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30am Stanley:

@marmelade - you got Bill Mac. What more d'ya want?
Avatar 3:30am Bill Mac:

.... and some warmth, and little bits of crayons... and a big chair we could all sit on.... sorry...
  3:31am P-90:

@ Ms. Marm. : Sun isn't due here in NorthEast US for a few hours, fingers crossed it'll be a bright clear morning
Avatar 3:36am Andy in Berlin:

It's totally sunny now!
Avatar 3:37am Brian in UK:

The only Beatles single I ever bought was The Ballad of John & Yoko.
Just sayin'.
Avatar 3:38am Bill Mac:

Time for someone to take their meds...
Avatar 3:38am Brian in UK:

So, can you explain Groundhog Day?
Avatar 3:40am Brian in UK:

Took them last night, Bill!!!!
Avatar 3:40am Bill Mac:

No it's counter-intuitive.
Avatar 3:44am coelacanth:

I see Bill Mac. I remember romper room... I hated it,but my sister watched it.
  3:45am P-90:

Meds?!? O shit, I knew I was forgetting something
  3:45am marmeladenkatze:

od'd lastnight.. hungover!
Avatar 3:46am Andy in Berlin:

I may be betraying my age, Bill, but you're forgetting Ding Dong School!
Avatar 3:46am coelacanth:

I was about 4...I did like Captain Kangaroo,though...And my aunt produced it.( so my family was biased!)
  3:46am david from ks:

,,,King Missle,,,"Muffy"
Avatar 3:47am Brian in UK:

Funny you should mention this Bill. I was talking to my wife last night about childrens TV. My favourite was Twizzle which included Jiffy the Broomstick Man & Footso the cat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47am Stanley:

@marmeladen - its Alka-Seltzer for you, then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49am Stanley:

@Brian - is that you off on an invented teevee show title thing?
  3:49am P-90:

Bill, I gotta tell ya, me and all my siblings & friends hated Pomper Room when we were five. Capt. Kangaroo was a whole different deal, he had so much more class, not so condescending. Also a whole generation learned how funny drunkenness could be from his buddy Mr. Greenjeans
  3:50am marmeladenkatze:

and back to beeeed, but listening! thanks for the music, Bill
Avatar 3:50am Brian in UK:

Twizzle could stretch in any direction.
Avatar 3:50am KP:

I see Bill Mac
Avatar 3:51am coelacanth:

Wow i wasn't aware of most of these. Too old or too young?...But i was weird.As a child i watched the Jack LaLaine show because he'd bring on his german shepherd to do tricks;And dragnet 'cause we thought it was funny that he kept saying what time it was.
Avatar 3:51am KP:

Neutral Milk Hipsters?
  3:54am P-90:

@MsMarm: We didnt have Twizzle here, but I believe that was the first show produced by the Andersons, we got all their later things, they made ahuge impression on a whole generation of kids here
Avatar 3:54am Bill Mac:

I gotta say KP, it was a great show. All he has to do is play that albums worth of material and people will go see him.
Avatar 3:56am Brian in UK:

@P-90 it was Gerry Anderson's first big show! The rest is a mystery, sorry history.
Avatar 3:57am Jay/London:

good morningBill and all from my building site of a home .. hey I met Bob Devenport last week talked with him for a few hours in my local pub he was friends and played with pete seeger what stories he told of the early days
Avatar 3:58am KP:

I thought Neutral Milk Hotel was a group, or a Wilco album, or both. As usual im talking about something of which i dont know
Avatar 3:59am coelacanth:

Sounds like the singer from morcheeba,no?
Avatar 3:59am KP:

Bill how is the house. Your comments remind me how happy i am to have moved to an apt.
Avatar 4:01am Brian in UK:

Jay, that must have been fascinating. Are you very dusty?
Avatar 4:01am Andy in Berlin:

I may be betraying my ethnicity here but I always thought Mr. Greenjeans was Mr. Cream Cheese. That being said, he made series of children's records where he told stories about a character called Little Orly - which my brother and I still talk about - and he recorded these under the name of Uncle Bumps.
  4:02am P-90:

@BrianUK: Oh, sadly we've all heard that he's ill. As I say, his stuff really had an impact here
  4:03am david from ks:

,,,,That iz some cool bumper music,,,@Andy in Berlin ,,, Wow!Uncle Bumps?
Avatar 4:04am Brian in UK:

@P-90 Gerry Anderson died late 2012.
Avatar 4:05am Jay/London:

@ Brian Yes just a bit and yes it was bob Davenport found some tapes of pete seeger which have not been heard before
  4:07am Nick:

Great show Bill. "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" was from the Conet Project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUjZziFw58w
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:07am Stanley:

We've got 'Organs' in the car. Gets played on many a trip.
  4:09am P-90:

When JFK was killed, the country went under this dark cloud, if you were a little kid you knew about it but didnt understand. Capt. Kangaroo was off the air for three days after it happened, bumped by round-the-clock news coverage of the crisis. But on that fourth morning post-Dallas, Capt Kangaroo was back, live, and he explained it to a whole generation of kids in a way we could understand. And the kicker: he did it AGAIN when Bobby was killed a few years later
Avatar 4:09am Brian in UK:

Bach is our dog's favourite composer and on that note time for dog walk.
  4:11am Fran:

Mornin' all
Late check in - combination of ailments today from flu and pulled muscle!! Good start Bill - saw Zorn playing the organ at a midnight show in Huddersfield late last year and looking forward to the reunited Neutral Milk Hotel here in May. We need to slap a preservation order on your Organs in Orbit link music - it is so right for the job and I am one of those with that CD and many others in that great Ultra Lounge range!
  4:11am david from ks:

,,,,Graprfruit,tangerine juice,oxy/xanax half health half poison,,,its carried me to 64
Avatar 4:11am Jay/London:

you can hear the lost pete seeger tapes here www.camdennewjournal.com...
Avatar 4:14am Bill Mac:

@P-90 You're a tad older than me if you remember that. Interesting lil tidbit.
Avatar 4:16am Bill Mac:

Hey Fran - I think some copyrighting on my part is in order. Let me know your impressions of NMH when you see em.
Avatar 4:17am coelacanth:

P-90 That's interesting.My imagination deceives me. I dont remember that,but now i recall family photos of the kids with Captain Kangaroo & i must've been under 2 years old in those...I couldn't remember those events no matter how much we were into that show.
Avatar 4:17am Bill Mac:

@Nick - I know we had that Conet Project thing here about a year ago.
Avatar 4:18am children:

(...or,what Bill said.)
Avatar 4:20am coelacanth:

I Love Shocking Blue!
Avatar 4:23am Bill Mac:

I didn't realize they had a female vocalist, but up until a few years ago I only had 'Venus' to go on.
  4:27am P-90:

@Bill & Coel,: yeah, if you find someone who's just the right age, hey will often remember the JFK/Capt.K thing. Part of it as that while all this was happenning, the children's TV shows were cut off, so kids' routine were disrupted, drawing their attention to the sense of a universal tragedy that was in the air. When Capt K came back at 8 am or whatever it was, parents stuck their kids in front of the TV, to get back to routine, and to get the "baby-sitting" function of the TV back again. And good ol' Bob had to say SOMETHING to us about it all...
Avatar 4:27am coelacanth:

She was great in her prime;And i love venus,but they had better songs...Apparently were quite big in europe,but never hit it here.
  4:27am Fran:

Yes Bill will report back after the gig. NMH are one of those great set ups where the side projects are so good too - Guignol but also the wonderful Hawk and a Hacksaw. Now that Conet project thing - strange, faintly bonkers but hypnotic
  4:28am david from ks:

,,,,ive never heard wilco b4 but i du like this good work DJMcB
Avatar 4:29am Bill Mac:

Saw Hawk & and Hacksaw open for Swans - which opened THAT door for me.
  4:30am P-90:

@Bill M. and about the theme music: never lose it, it's perfect. It always strikes me as a very classy example of "stripper music", and I mean that un-ironically as a compliment
Avatar 4:31am Jay/London:

@ Brian Tour of my Flat second day www.youtube.com...
Avatar 4:32am Bill Mac:

@P90 yeah I'd say that a very classy example of "stripper music" is a polite way of describing it as "seedy" (my word for it)
  4:32am Fran:

What a wonderful contrast - Swans and AHAAH! My last AHAAH sightings were playing live accompaniment to a European movie - Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors - great stuff on both counts.
Avatar 4:33am Bill Mac:

That's always a great combo when it works.
  4:34am Fran:

I was thinking organs in orbit was less stripper and more Martini and nibbles before a gentle bop in a way that wouldn't loosen the suit creases!
Avatar 4:34am Jay/London:

I used to go see Wilco at a local pub the hope and anchor in north London in the 70s good then and still good now he want to play till the cancer takes over
Avatar 4:35am Andy in Berlin:

@Dave from KS: those Little Orly records made a big impression on me I guess. One of the songs I still sing today.
  4:36am Nick:

Haha Good one.
Avatar 4:38am coelacanth:

P-90 yeh i'm known for my good long-term memory,but i not only was very young for that,but really,somehow wasn't much interested in tv...until a few years later.
Avatar 4:39am KP:

did someone say kenneddy assassination?
  4:39am Nick:

@Jay - bet you saw lots of great show at the legendary hope and anchor
Avatar 4:39am coelacanth:

Bill when did you see Swans? (if it was pre Jarbo i'll be a bit envious)
  4:40am P-90:

@Jay, after hearing (reading) about your reno for weeks, to see it on YouTube is fascinating...for what it's worth, it looks to me like they done a very clean, professional job of stripping the place down...If they put back together that well, you'll be very lovin it
Avatar 4:41am coelacanth:

...already envious of Jay/London.
Avatar 4:41am Bill Mac:

Kennedy who? Nah, not pre Jarboe - those shows looked a bit scary - and yeah I'd be envious of anyone that saw them back then too
  4:43am david from ks:

,,,,I read Bobby Vee iz makin another album i still cant imagine robert zimmerman being in the group back when.
Avatar 4:43am coelacanth:

some say Kennedy fried chicken was a conspiracy.
Avatar 4:44am Jay/London:

@ nick yea for sure the 70s was great to see bands there that went on to be household names .... @ P- 90 will post another vid next week for you .. for one day this week had no water or heat slowly getting a bit better but still only have small space to work sit in
Avatar 4:45am Bill Mac:

@David - Another Alzheimers casualty. Hope it's good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47am Stanley:

@jay - yeah but what about the takeaways? You must be served by every ethnic cuisine in the world, where you are.
  4:48am P-90:

@coel, I'm a little jealous too, and the whole job is financed by the local "council"so it's not costing Jay a penny (farthing?). Seems like we could use some of those councils over here
Avatar 4:48am Bill Mac:

@Jay Yeah aren't you near London Central?
  4:50am Fran:

Hope it all goes well Jay - all looks like a big step in the right direction. Glad to see you have retained an entertainment set up amidst the chaos - as with all nosey parkers its a shame we can't read the CD spines!! There must be some wonderful/deeply upsetting prog in there (Delete as necessary) - only kidding of course and I'm not looking to re-ignite that chat......yet!!
  4:50am P-90:

mmmm, I smell some great currys
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51am Stanley:

@Fran - Brian's out so fire away.
Avatar 4:51am Jay/London:

@ Stanley I have to be out the Flat before 8 every morning but for weekend I go eat a a cafe For Breakfast And eat out before I get Home to much dust here costs just over £10 a day then at night go to pub or see a band in camden money going down fast
Avatar 4:52am Bill Mac:

Been hanging out with an indian dude at work so I'm starting to get educated in the cuisine.
Avatar 4:53am Bill Mac:

@Jay Out By eight? When are you allowed back in?
  4:53am Fran:

We used to have Councils in Britain but the current Government is trying to reduce them to the size of one desk and a phone! Well done Jay for getting this done. Thanks Stanley - tempting but cowardly I guess!!!
  4:54am P-90:

@Fran: "wonderful/deeply upsetting prog" (!!!!)
Avatar 4:54am Jay/London:

@ Bill about 2 miles from centre and camden Town 10 mins walk away where the roundhouse is and all the music pubs
  4:56am P-90:

Ohhh..these guys. I was thinking Neutral Milk Hotel , wasn't that an organic dairy farm/resort?
Avatar 4:57am Jay/London:

@ bill I could stay there when the Builders are in but with noise and dust not much fun and up to 8 guys in at same time i go back in to have a look after 6 pm then go out somewhere till about 11pm
  4:57am Fran:

P90 - ask Brian..............err....please don't ask Brian! Good location Jay - was at the Roundhouse for the Television show not long ago. Also I try to visit NoHit records/Sounds That Swing on Parkway when in the area - great little shop
Avatar 4:58am Bill Mac:

They have a bar called the Udder Shame....
  4:58am Fran:

P90 - in the same way that Van Dyke Parks is a holiday resort!
  4:59am P-90:

here we go...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:59am Stanley:

@Bill - historically you have Mexican food, over here we have Indian food. I know which one I prefer.
Avatar 5:00am Bill Mac:

I love Mex but Indian food is more interesting
  5:01am Fran:

Bobby Vee - I can visualise the Partridge Family or similar dancing to this at a house party - not sure if that is good or bad!!
  5:02am P-90:

@Bill M.: see how these Comments chats always drift to the subject of food? For some reason, the late Friday-into-early Saturday hours seem particularly prone to this, it's a pattern, I tell you
Avatar 5:02am KP:

When it comes to food "interesting" is too interesting.
  5:04am P-90:

@Fran: The Andy Partridge Family? Oh wait, I know who you mean
  5:05am Fran:

P-90 - you need to stop taking XTC
Avatar 5:05am Jay/London:

no food yet KP just Coffee will go out and eat after Show
Avatar 5:06am coelacanth:

Bill Mac Thank you Great show,but my computer's finally done what i thought would've been done before 3- I must sleep,and hopefully dream about curry,or swans or wilco;& not mr.greenjeans,or assassinations.
Good night,all...& good luck,as it seems pun hour is upon us.
  5:07am P-90:

Always a pleasure, coelacanth!
Avatar 5:07am Bill Mac:

Later C! Thanks for being round!
Avatar 5:08am Brian in UK:

@fran & Bill A Hawk & a Hacksaw did the soundtrack to this film. Apologies if posted earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:08am Stanley:

@Jay, I love London caffs. I have very fond memories of my local 'spoon' in Bow. Saturday mornings in just before last orders at noon: double sausage, egg, bacon, beans, double bubble and a fried slice.
  5:09am Mr. Greenjeans:

See you in Slumberland little one...Mwah ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Avatar 5:09am Bill Mac:

@Brian - Yikes this looks interesting. You see it?
Avatar 5:09am Brian in UK:

Double egg, chips & beans or toasted bacon sandwich. Large brew.
Avatar 5:11am Brian in UK:

Bill had this film in favourites for the last six months still waiting to see it right through. Love to see the group do the soundtrack live.
  5:12am P-90:

Definite 'Doors " influence here, I heartily approve
Avatar 5:12am Bill Mac:

You know it's just two people?
  5:12am Fran:

Howdy Brian - that's Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors - it's what they did live accompaniment shows to early last year in a few art house cinemas. Great stuff!!
Avatar 5:12am Jay/London:

oh yes Stanley off to caffe after show very Hungry now !!!
  5:13am Fran:

High Tide - excellent Bill!!
Avatar 5:13am Brian in UK:

On Avery Island is near where Tabasco Sauce is made in New Iberia I believe. It is a huge mass of salt miles long.
Avatar 5:14am Bill Mac:

Tings is clickin' boy!
Avatar 5:14am Brian in UK:

Did High Tide come out the same time as Egg?
  5:16am P-90:

Brian: right, Tabasco is made on Avery Island just of Louisiana coast. Took a tour of the plant there years ago
Avatar 5:17am Brian in UK:

@P-90 Is it right about the salt?
Avatar 5:18am Andy in Berlin:

Have to say goodbye in a few minutes - gotta go get my hair cut.
  5:19am P-90:

Avatar 5:19am Bill Mac:

@NMHs home state. I also didn't know that's where Apples in Stereo was from. Mangum and Robert Schneider were childhood friends
Avatar 5:19am Bill Mac:

Good luck with the hair cut Andy, live a little get two cut.
  5:21am P-90:

Bill's right, might as well get 'em both cut
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:21am mauri:

puuh. the show's been a good soundtrack to get snow blown to my face at the speed of 6m/s. I was feeling tired and dont know why but I went to ski anyway. Feeling good now!
Avatar 5:21am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - I was thinking along the lines of a couple of thousand. Give or take...
Avatar 5:22am Bill Mac:

@Yeah, words I haven't uttered in 30 years :(
  5:22am P-90:

Mauri, you are living in a whole different world, bless you
Avatar 5:23am Brian in UK:

Martin Stone went on to form Chili Willy with Phil Lithman. Great band.
Avatar 5:24am Bill Mac:

Really, our snow is jagged and hard - also a nice smokey hue.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:24am mauri:

yay a blessiiing!
Avatar 5:24am Brian in UK:

@mauri sounds exhilarating. What is the temperature?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:26am mauri:

it's -7 celsius.
  5:29am P-90:

best damn stripper music East of the Rockies
  5:30am P-90:

"pressure before business" Ha! Freudian slip methinks
  5:31am Fran:

Pressure before business - wasn't that a Rush album?
Avatar 5:31am Brian in UK:

Digress before you undress.
  5:32am P-90:

best crumbling skating rink music this side o' Salt Lake City?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:32am Stanley:

@Bill - Mrs S has just called from Heathrow to wish you and the listeners all the best. About to board her flight to Los Angeles where she's staying for couple of months on university business.
  5:32am Fran:

but never fail to impress...........
Avatar 5:33am Bill Mac:

What? She's leaving you alone? In Scotland?
  5:33am P-90:

@fran : if it wasn't it should have been
  5:34am P-90:

Hmmmmm....When the cat's away,..
  5:35am Fran:

When the cat's away............out come the prog albums.....no, no!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:36am Stanley:

Oh yes (laughs quietly to himself)
Avatar 5:36am Bill Mac:

Here here, break out some ELP!
Avatar 5:36am Brian in UK:

Safe trip Mrs S.

Fran you are a sick man.
Avatar 5:37am Brian in UK:

Bill, is this New Orleans a new one. The other Fish Frys are so expensive.
Avatar 5:38am Bill Mac:

I second that Stanley, lots to do on the left coast
  5:38am Fran:

Bill - a cry for ELP will bring a different kind of Doctor to your door. Brian, I'm not sick - just a gentle giant in a Rush to play with his Van der graaf generator in the court of the crimson king
Avatar 5:40am Jay/London:

That told them Fran ! :)
  5:40am P-90:

@Fran: Yes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:40am Stanley:

ELP, Tull, King, Focus, Floyd - I had 'em all. Till they all got ripped off along with the rest of my album collection back in '84.
Avatar 5:41am Brian in UK:

I used to have the single of Court. Parts one & two. Think they slightly overlapped it 'cause you could never turn it over quick enough.
Avatar 5:43am Bill Mac:

VDGG!!!! There's a room clearer if there ever was one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44am Stanley:

Hundreds of El Pees including Zappa and Dylan bootlegs. Gave up buying music for ten years after that.
  5:44am P-90:

Ever heard the "Brain Salad Surgery" 45, with the bass that drops through the floor?
Avatar 5:44am Brian in UK:

Bill, any hints on the premium. Prog outtakes. Does anyone remember a Gentle Giant track called 'Need You Oh So Bad' They did a Peel session. Think it was fifteen seconds long. Great track.
Avatar 5:44am Andy in Berlin:

@Bill - glad I was still here for the Flamingos!
Avatar 5:45am Bill Mac:

This song is the best!
  5:46am P-90:

The Flamingos!!!!
The undisputed all-time #1 champion of doo-wop recordings
and a reminder for you, Stanley
Avatar 5:47am Brian in UK:

Is that the time. Cookin' show as ever, Bill.

Best doo wop name The Spaniels?
  5:47am P-90:

@Brian: 15 secs.? A rarity I've managed to miss
Avatar 5:47am Andy in Berlin:

Just don't play Barbara Lewis today - I really gotta go!
  5:51am Fran:

Clearing a room.......unfairly to the great man that was called for a time 'Wyatting' as some wit decided Robert Wyatt on a juke box could clear the room faster than.......well....VDGG! Good soul break Bill just to add balance - do remember that Peter Hammill is a soul boy from his youth - admittedly there is little obvious sign today!!
Avatar 5:52am Jay/London:

thanks bill now I can go eat !!! see you all next week
  5:53am P-90:

Cheers, Jay
Avatar 5:54am Bill Mac:

Don't get me wrong Fran, I love them in measured amounts. The music is amazing but Hammill can get a little too dramatic sometimes
  5:54am P-90:

  5:54am Fran:

Gotta go in a couple of minutes so farewell all for now - won't be able to listen live for a couple of weeks due to travel clashes so I'm expecting you to keep up the banter at high levels of quality for me to listen on download!!

Be happy

  5:55am Fran:

Addendum: agree about Peter H Bill!
Avatar 5:56am Brian in UK:

Fran reminds me I off next week too you will be pleased to read.
Avatar 5:56am Bill Mac:

You guys are great. What a bunch a blabbermouths! Come back next week will ya!
Avatar 5:56am KP:

Thanks, Bill. Good to be back. I was in building yesterday but didnt see you
  5:57am Fran:

Some more Brian Salad Surgery soon then.......take care
  5:57am P-90:

Pick us up a souvenir, Fran, a buddha made from a coconut, or a floppy hat woven from wild hemp or something
Enjoy your travels, talk to you upon return
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:57am Stanley:

Another blast, Bill
Take care everyone.
Avatar 5:58am Brian in UK:

'Language is a virus'.
  5:59am P-90:

@Fran: You'll be booked on the Cruise to the Edge by the time you get back, right? We'll exchange cabin numbers
  6:00am P-90:

Bon Voyage, Bill! no crahes on the way home
  6:00am P-90:

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