Options Five Miles To Midnight with The Knave: Playlist from September 21, 2019 Options

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Broadcasting live from Melbourne, Australia, it's a musical rollercoaster of Psychedelic Freak Outs, Funk & Disco Get Downs, Exotic Dances, Rock N Roll Gas Guzzlers, Hispanic Grooves, Indie & New Wave Haircuts, Gin Soaked Jazz, Spooky Guitar Twangers, Jumpin' Blues, Mid-Century Finger Snappers, Beats From the Streets, and Rhythms of the East. Guests are likely to drop by for live music, selections and recipes for good times. So tune in for an eclectic ride, a taste of the music being made in Australia and NZ, and stay connected across the oceans of sound

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Options September 21, 2019: The Wisdoms Of Bob Ross

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Artist Track Year
Karate Boogaloo  Love To Love You Baby   Options 2018 
People In The News  Colour Me   Options 1970 
The Chell-Mars  Roamin heart   Options 1963 
Count Basie  Boones Blues   Options 1967 
Spindrift  La Noche Mas Oscura   Options 2008 
JJ Cale  Call Me the Breeze   Options 1976 
Gram Rabbit  Dirty Horse   Options 2004 
Osymyso   Rabbit To Rabbit   Options 2002 
DJ Vadim  Talk To Me   Options 2007 
Nina Simone  Plain Gold Ring   Options 1960 
Gerard Levecque & Claude Romat  Call Me Africadelic   Options  
The Grits  Mmwauu   Options 2008 
Cosmo Sheldrake  Hocking (Instrumental)   Options 2018 
Ken Nordine  Green   Options 1966 
Cheryl Thompson  Black Night   Options 1964 
Jolie Holland   Old Fashioned Morphine   Options 2004 
Lord Dent And His Invaders ‎  Wolf Call   Options 1959 
The Blendells   La La La La La   Options 1964 
Lucho Bermudez Y Su Orquesta   Linda Calenita   Options 1964 
Hank Ballard And His Midnighters  What's Your Name   Options 1964 
Ray Bryant Combo  The Madison Time   Options 1960 
Gregory Porter  1960 What?   Options 2012 
Kalyanji Anandji  Fear Of A Brown Planet   Options  
Tape Man  Space Monster Party   Options 2006 
Dean Hightower  Moon Rocket   Options 1963 
Hot Swiss Mistress   The Falling Stars   Options 2006 
Francobollo  Kinky Lola   Options 2017 
The Kinks  Brainwashed   Options 1969 
JJ Robert  Love Call   Options  
Jacky Giordano  Don't Be Cool   Options 1976 
Otis Redding  Shout Bamalama   Options 1961 
Jack Jones  The Love Boat Theme   Options 1979 

Listener comments!

Avatar 7:04pm The Knave:

Hello All!
It's radio time here on Five Miles To Midnight!
  7:04pm Natalie:

Ello Knave!
  7:04pm Tina & Dennis:

San Francisco wading into your stream
Avatar 7:07pm geezerette:

L.A. listening...
Avatar 7:13pm The Knave:

Hello California!~ Hows Saturday evening?
  7:13pm Clive from St. Ives:

13 minutes past midnight here, Knave. Keep the party going!
  7:14pm CC:

King Pleasure and Al Jarreau can eat their hearts out!!!
Avatar 7:14pm geezerette:

Take that, Ken Burns.
Avatar 7:16pm geezerette:

Saturday evening is fine!
  7:19pm CC:

We are only about 20 minutes into the evening of the last Saturday of the summer here in Texoma..!..
  7:25pm CC:

Dig!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm Doug Schulkind:

Many smiles to midnight!
Avatar 7:30pm The Knave:

Who's got carrots?
Avatar 7:32pm northguineahills:

I got garrotes... (can't cook w/ that, but are a good cutting utensils...)

(wow, I have an Osmyso 12" somewhere)
Avatar 7:33pm northguineahills:

still can't English...

(I thought I had dj Vadim's back catalogue, but, this one is unfamiliar to me).
  7:33pm CC:

I've heard that you have to put them on a stick?
Avatar 7:35pm geezerette:

This is great!
Avatar 7:35pm The Knave:

@northguineahills - from The Sound Catcher 2007 !
Avatar 7:37pm northguineahills:

I garrote is a cord (in pulp culture, seen used to strangle people), but in cooking prep/processes, is usually serrated and used to cut cheeses, tofu, and other soft foods....

Wow, I '96 forward is when I started to collect him, so, not ninja tune?)
Avatar 7:37pm northguineahills:

errr…., a garrote.... (no ingles, lo siento)
  7:41pm CC:

Hmmm... this song must be about knots that are worth tying?
Avatar 7:42pm northguineahills:

a ring and a knot are both circular structures that bounds one to something else....
  7:45pm CC:

yeah... North Guinea Hills guy... kind of like a loop or a hoop???...hehehe
Avatar 7:47pm northguineahills:

a ring to another person or oath (originally), a knot from object to another, still, self-recursive, and correct CC...
  7:48pm CC:

Thank you Mr. Spock!!!...:)
  7:51pm Solo:

Open channel D...Illya...come in!!!...this is Napoleon...are you there?!?...
  8:05pm Palmtree:

We're taking you with us on holiday ... tuned in from Bairnsdale!
Avatar 8:07pm The Knave:

Howdy Paddy! How nice to be taken on holiday with you!!
Avatar 8:09pm northguineahills:

Never been to 1964.... (what's a holiday? It's been 8 years since I've had one).
Avatar 8:34pm northguineahills:

They are...tape men....
Avatar 8:40pm northguineahills:

What label is Hot Swiss Mistress, sounds familiar?
Avatar 8:44pm The Knave:

Stink Magnetic ... All members of various bands in Wellington at the time.. The Bass player also played drums in my group The Crypt Kicker 3 during that time .. The singer Guitarist also played in The Phoenix Foundation
Avatar 8:47pm northguineahills:

All nortis, Well, that song got my footie team on the scoreboard! (I'm the weird American who follows all world association football)
Avatar 8:48pm The Knave:

hahah - makes more sense than lets say the "world" series ...
Avatar 8:54pm northguineahills:

The US used to be so pathetic at football, when I lived in Japan, there was no youth infrastructure, so they showed up at the U-14 championships and still had 8 more spots open. I lived in Japan where it was in Yokosuka, and made the team as a starter. We got drilled by every one (brazil 21-1), but we beat the Soviet Union [technically still around]) yes, I'm that old), 2-1, so we finished 18th out of 21. I still got soccer clinics w/ the Brazilian senior team.
Avatar 8:56pm The Knave:

a well versed man of the game it seems!
Right on.
Avatar 8:57pm northguineahills:

Ok, thanks Knave, to your Ozzie fun, must be time for empty some tinnies and lunch on. Can't wait until next time we shall cross paths! Cheers y Ooos!
  9:00pm CC:

thanks knave
Avatar 9:05pm The Knave:

Thanks everyone! More fun!
Sorry to say that I'm away for the next two weeks but see you back on October 13th!
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