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Options May 3, 2020: Tommy Uzzo: A Tribute to A Sound Recording Engineer

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
 
Tommy Uzzo: His Early Influences
Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan  Symphony No. 5 i C Minor, Op. 67 III. Allegro   Options Beethoven: The 9 Symphonies  Deutsche Grammophon  1962    0:03:07 (Pop‑up)
Led Zeppelin  Good Times Bad Times   Options Led Zeppelin I  Atlantic  1968    0:04:46 (Pop‑up)
Prince / Bill Harts  Soft And Wet / Talking About Teenage Years with Tommy Uzzo   Options For You  Warner  1978    0:07:28 (Pop‑up)
Herbie Hancock  Watermelon Man   Options Takin Off  Blue Note  1962  Butch Warren (bass), Billy Higgins (drums), Herbie Hancock (piano), Dexter Gordon (tenor sax), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)  0:09:38 (Pop‑up)
Stanley Clarke / Bill Harts  Silly Putty / Talking Music   Options Journey To Love  Epic  1975    0:16:33 (Pop‑up)
Bill Evans Trio  We Will Meet Again (For Harry)   Options You Must Believe In Spring  Warner Bros.  1981  Bill Evans (piano), Eddie Gomez (bass), Eliot Zigmund (drums) / Tommy Uzzo studied bass with Eddie Gomez  0:21:20 (Pop‑up)
Chick Corea / Bill Harts  My One And Only / On Chick Corea   Options Now He Sings, Now He Sobs  Solid State  1968    0:25:18 (Pop‑up)
Herbie Mann / Bill Harts  Hold On, I'm Comin' / On the Uzzo Household   Options Live Montreux Jazz Festival  Atlantic  1972  Herbie Mann (flute), Larry Coryell (guitar), Roy Ayers (vibes), Sonny Sharrock (guitar) / Produced by Tom Dowd / Written by: David Porter & Isaac Hayes / From Mike Hogan: We actually got to record Roy Ayers in studio C at Mirror Image with Tommy Uzzoengineering  0:28:51 (Pop‑up)
Traffic  Glad   Options John Barleycorn Must Die  Island  1970  Jim Capaldi (drums & percussion), Steve Winwood (organ, piano, & percussion), Chris Wood (saxophone, flute, saxophone [electric], Percussion ) / Written-by: Steve Winwood  0:30:54 (Pop‑up)
Miles Davis / Bill Harts  John McLaughlin / About Playing The Tuba   Options Bitches Brew  Columbia  1970  Dave Holland (bass), Harvey Brooks (bass [Fender]), Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet), Miles Davis (trumpet), Don Alias, Jack DeJohnette, Lenny White (drums), John McLaughlin (electric guitar), Larry Young (piano), Jim Riley (percussion), Wayne Shorter (soprano sax)  0:37:46 (Pop‑up)
Cream  Sunshine Of Your Love   Options Disraeli Gears  ATCO  1967    0:39:19 (Pop‑up)
Blood, Sweat And Tears / Bill Harts  God Bless The Child / About Jazz Rock   Options Blood, Sweat And Tears  Columbia  1968    0:43:22 (Pop‑up)
Chicago  I'm A Man   Options Chicago Transit Authority  CBS  1969    0:44:47 (Pop‑up)
The Tubes  Talk To Ya Later   Options The Completion Backward Principle  Capitol  1981    0:52:15 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Quincy Jones / Steve Uzzo (brother) 

The Dude / About Tommy Uzzo   Options

The Dude 

A&M 

1981 

 

0:56:57 (Pop‑up)
 
 
Tommy Uzzo
Howard Stern & Robin with Tommy Uzzo & John Bastianelli / John Bastianelli  Summer Camp / Talking About A Bar Fight with Sigue Sigue Sputnik & Dee Snider   Options Live In London  no label    About the bar fight in London: Sigue Sigue Sputnik was at this Mexican Restaurant & I think they got tipped off that the Howard Stern crew were going to be there, so they showed up and were heckling Dee Snider, who was sitting in with the band singing "Johnny B Goode." That's how the fight started. One of the guys threw the chip bowl at Dee and hit him...-John Bastianelli  1:01:54 (Pop‑up)
Tommy Uzzo & John Bastianelli  Heavin' On A Jet Plane   Options no album  no label      1:08:48 (Pop‑up)
Monet / Mark Liggett  My Heart Gets All The Breaks / About Working With Tommy Uzzo & Way Too Much Coffee   Options 12"  Ligosa  1987  Mixed & co-produced by Tommy Uzzo / Mixed at Mirror Image Recorders / this record was Tommy Uzzo's first big mix that launched his career - it was for the producer team - Liggett and Barbosa  1:11:27 (Pop‑up)
Jimi Tunnell / Mike Lorello  U-Turn / About Working With Tommy Uzzo   Options 12"  MCA  1984  Song written by Tommy Uzzo  1:17:54 (Pop‑up)
Shannon  Sabotage My Heart   Options Love Goes All The Way  Atlantic  1986  Track engineered by Tommy Uzzo  1:22:36 (Pop‑up)
K7  Come Baby Come!   Options Swing Batta Swing  Tommy Boy  1993  Mixed by Tommy Uzzo & Joey Gardner / Programmed By Mike Lorello / Recorded at Mirror Image Studio in Dix Hills  1:27:33 (Pop‑up)
LaKiesha Berri  Like This And Like That   Options 12"  Hollywood  1997  Mixed by Tommy Uzzo / Written by Mike Lorello & Emosia  1:31:21 (Pop‑up)
Ian Iyce / John Bastianelli  Fatal Attraction / About carting 16-track tape recorder   Options no album  Smokin'    Recorded, mixed & produced by Tommy Uzzo / Written by John Bastianelli & Larry Lange  1:35:23 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Dolby / John Bastianelli  She Blinded Me With Science / How They Were Inspired By This Record   Options The Golden Age Of Wireless  Capitol  1982    1:40:01 (Pop‑up)
Psychodrama  I'm Not Your Doormat   Options 12"  Personal  1984  Written by Tommy Uzzo, John Bastianelli & Randy Glaser / Tommy Uzzo (bass), John Bastianelli (vocals & sax), Randy Glaser (drums), Hal Goldstein (synth) & Peter Zale (synth) / Mixed by Tommy Uzzo & Dave Brody  1:42:54 (Pop‑up)
Coco / John Bastianelli  Cross Your Heart / About A Recording Session at Mirror Image   Options No album  No label    Engineered & recorded by Tommy Uzzo & John Bastianelli at Mirror Image Recording in Dix Hills  1:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Redman, Method Man, Cypress Hill & War  Cisco Kid   Options How High (The Soundtrack)  Def Jam  2001  Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo  1:49:36 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lea Castel 

Pressee de vivre / from Mike Hogan   Options

Pressee de vivre 

Street Skillz / Universal 

 

Tommy Uzzo mixed this album 

1:53:11 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Karen Young 

Hot Shot   Options

12" 

West End 

1978 

Tommy Uzzo toured with Karen Young playing bass 

1:57:26 (Pop‑up)
Cover Girls / Mike Lorello  Sometimes Love Can Be A Surprise / About Recording & Life At Avon Court & Mirror Image Studio   Options Satisfy  Quality  1996  Album mixed by Tommy Uzzo  1:59:36 (Pop‑up)
Paul Hefner, Tommy Uzzo & Tara Nova  Love Is In Flight   Options No album  Paul Hefner    Tommy Uzzo recorded & played upright bass on the track / Tommy played MANY gigs with Paul Hefner over their 45 year history together & Hefner was a close family friend  2:03:59 (Pop‑up)
Phat Hat / John Bastianelli  Locked Together In Love / About Working With Tom Brechtlein   Options No album  No label    Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo  2:07:22 (Pop‑up)
Tom Brechtlein, Tommy Uzzo & John Bastianelli  We Play The Funk   Options No album  No label    Track written by Tommy Uzzo & John Bastianelli / Tommy recorded & mixed / Tommy Uzzo on bass, John Bastianelli on sax & Tom Brechtlein on drums  2:09:54 (Pop‑up)
Joey Starr  Cours   Options Gare Au Jaguarr  Jive/Epic  2006  Album mixed by Tommy Uzzo  2:16:23 (Pop‑up)
Kurt Stankus   Bad Choice (excerpt) / About Tommy's Club Date Years   Options No album  No label    Tommy Uzzo recorded & mixed record at Mirror Image Recording Studio  2:20:07 (Pop‑up)
Adolfo Paul  La Musica (Remix)   Options No album  No label    Track written byTommy Uzzo, Mike Lorello & Adolfo Paul / Mixed by Tommy Uzzo / Mike Lorello on keyboards  2:23:19 (Pop‑up)
Keith Murray  Candi Bar   Options He's Keith Murray  Def Jam  2003  Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo  2:27:31 (Pop‑up)
Coolio  Fantastic Voyage   Options 12"  Tommy Boy  1994  Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo / Tommy Boy Records had Joey Gardiner re-do the album version with Tommy Uzzo & Mike Lorello. This became the single / Many thanks to producer Joey Gardiner, who fronted a large portion of a record budget so we could build the 9th Ave studio, our first in Manhattan. - Mike Hogan  2:31:12 (Pop‑up)
Erick Sermon (feat. Marvin Gaye)  Music   Options Music  J Records  2001  Mixed by Tommy Uzzo & Erick Sermon / This song is by The green eyed bandit Erick Sermon. Amazing. Marvin's family wouldn't allow his voice to be sampled, so Erick arranged for the original 2" tape to be sent from Cali. Jimmy Iovine wouldn't send it, HE BROUGHT IT HIMSELF On A PLANE directly to studio D-Mike Hogan / Thanks to Tom Chianti, who brought Erick Sermon to Avon Court to meet with Tommy. That was a big part of our ability to expand into NYC-Mike Hogan  2:36:47 (Pop‑up)
Redman  Jersey Yo!   Options Doc's Da Name 2000  Def Jam  1998  Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo  2:40:35 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
 

 

 

 

 

Shout out to TROY HIGHTOWER, who was a major part of the success of Mirror Image Recording Studios-Mike Hogan 

2:44:34 (Pop‑up)
Michael Jackson  Billie Jean (Remix)   Options Blood on the Dance Floor, History in the Mix  Sony    Track mixed by Tommy Uzzo & produced by Tony Moran / I spent 13 hours timing up Michael Jackson!:)-Mike Lorello  2:46:07 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Gloria Estefan 

Everlasting Love (Moran's Marathon Love Mix)   Options

12" 

Epic 

1995 

Mixed by Tommy Uzzo 

2:53:58 (Pop‑up)
 


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:01am CarolCrow:

Good morning, everyone! Welcome:)
  6:01am MikeLorello:

Good morning!
  6:01am Liz:

Good morning
  Swag For Life Member 6:02am 12539:

Shhh. I'm trying to LISTEN.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:02am Nulsh:

Goooooood mornin' amigos!
How ya' doin' Carol?
Avatar 6:02am Sylvia (France-NYC):

Hello, Carol. My condolences to you and your family.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:02am Stanley:

Thank God for this show.
How is everybody?
  6:02am David in London:

Morning all Moonfaces. And greetings most esteemed Carol Crow.
Avatar 6:03am Wilmot:

Hi from Sag Harbor
Avatar 6:03am Ruth Booth:

Happy Good Morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04am Nulsh:

Hey Ruth!
Stanley!
David!
Avatar 6:05am Wilmot:

Whoa, excellent segue!
  6:05am Peter from Dover NJ:

Good morning Carol and moonlighters everywhere.
Avatar 6:05am duke:

Hello Carol and Sonataites
  6:06am lisa:

Hey C!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Mike Lorello!
Avatar 6:06am Wilmot:

I love the sound of Zep in the morning
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Liz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07am Stanley:

Jimmy Page was 24 when this was recorded.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07am CarolCrow:

Hey there, 12539! :)
  6:07am Liz:

Good Morning Mike L
Avatar 6:07am John Bastianelli:

Good morning
  6:07am MikeLorello:

Hey Liz
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07am BVP:

that was one of the best segue ive ever heard
  6:08am Liz:

Hi John!!
  6:08am David in London:

Hey Nulsh and Stanley. Good vibes to you amigos.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:08am CarolCrow:

Goooood morning, Nulsh! I'm doing okay:) Hope you are well!
Avatar 6:08am Wilmot:

Hi Liz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09am CarolCrow:

Hello, Sylvia - Thank you.
  6:09am MikeLorello:

Hey Johnnie
Avatar 6:10am Wilmot:

Hi Mike, Johnny Ice, Liz & Carol
Avatar 6:10am John Bastianelli:

Hey Mikey, I'm not awake yet and gotta pee
  6:10am MikeLorello:

Hi Bill!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:10am Brian in UK:

Hello Ruth and Carol or was that Carol and Ruth!!

Stanley, in the pink. Page might have been 24 but I was 16. Bet he could not have listened to it when he was that age. Time for a lie down.
Avatar 6:12am Ruth Booth:

Good Morning Brian in UK
Avatar 6:12am John Bastianelli:

Sorry Carol, this interface is really old school and my brain is not working... Watermelon Man is playing right, the original...
Avatar 6:12am UncleMarty:

Wishing you another glorious spring day. Love from Elmhurst Queens NY
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:13am Stanley:

Hi friends.
Avatar 6:13am John Bastianelli:

yeah, now I see it... my dog thinks I'm crazy, it's still dark here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:13am Stanley:

Did anyone else listen to six hours of non-stop Herbie, recently?
  6:14am David in London:

Morning Brian. Greetings to you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:14am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Stanley:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:14am CarolCrow:

Greetings, David in London!
Avatar 6:14am John Bastianelli:

As Tom would say, we're f'ing crazy to be up at this hour, let's go to Wohop and get some Chinese food!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:14am CarolCrow:

Hi Wilmot in Sag Harbor!
Avatar 6:15am Wilmot:

Con-gee!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15am CarolCrow:

Happy Good Morning, Ruth! Thank you so much for board opping today!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15am CarolCrow:

Good morning Peter from Dover!
Avatar 6:15am John Bastianelli:

and Chow Fun.. Singapore Style!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:16am CarolCrow:

Hello duke!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:16am Nulsh:

Mmmm-mm. Spicy chow mein.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:16am Brian in UK:

David and back to you.

Some Singapore Laksa for me, please.
Avatar 6:16am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Spicy Beef Chow Fun from Hop Kee. Let's go!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:16am Stanley:

Unmistakable Stanley Clarke from the off!
Avatar 6:17am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Stanley Clarke playing Space Funk
Avatar 6:18am John Bastianelli:

Man, I haven't hard this in a long time - Tom dug this shit out of this... and this really influenced his playing, that's for sure
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:18am Nulsh:

Hey Brian!
  6:18am Liz:

We always went to Woo Hop for the Chow Fun!
  6:18am David in London:

I’ll just have an egg roll and some Jasmine tea.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:19am Brian in UK:

Thought the first Return to Forever was a great mix.

Hey Nulsh. Fully clothed and dancing?
Avatar 6:19am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Hard to believe this is 45 years old. Who played like this in 1975?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20am Nulsh:

Heh heh! Brian, I am a lazy bugger today. Lying on my bed doodlin', but ma' toes be tappin'!
  6:21am Liz:

Hi Bill did not recognize Wilmot. Great stories your sharing Thank you
Avatar 6:22am John Bastianelli:

This is great record! Bill, Eddie and Eliot Zigmond on drums, I think...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:22am CarolCrow:

Just to let everyone know, we are doing a tribute to my brother, Tommy Uzzo, who passed away on Monday. His friends & family are here with us today. Welcome everyone!
Avatar 6:22am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Wilmot was the name of my first company. Tom thought it was so funny that he called me by that name more than anything.
Avatar 6:23am John Bastianelli:

You had tee shirts and gave Tom and Me one that said: "programmers do it by memory" Remember Bill?
  Swag For Life Member 6:24am 12539:

Sorry to hear that, Carol. It seems he made a lot of people happy.
Avatar 6:24am John Bastianelli:

Thanks for doing this Carol, this is awesome!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25am Nulsh:

Carol, so sorry to hear about your brother.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25am Brian in UK:

Oh Carol, so many memories, it is good to share them. X
  Swag For Life Member 6:26am upstate sean:

hey carol, moonlighters
  6:27am Peter from Dover NJ:

Stanley 6:13. Not 6 hours straight. But I listened to Mwandishi repeatedly ba k in the day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:27am CarolCrow:

Hey lisa!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:28am CarolCrow:

Good morning, John Bastianelli!
  6:28am Mike Hogan:

Coffee for my breakfast, shot of whiskey on the side..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:29am CarolCrow:

@BVP@6:07: You are too kind. Good morning!
Avatar 6:29am John Bastianelli:

Hey Carol... I think I'm still drunk from last night... ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:29am CarolCrow:

Hello Brian in UK!
  6:30am Liz:

I’m in that room right now
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:30am CarolCrow:

@UncleMarty@6:12: Love to you in Elmhurst!
  6:31am David in London:

This is a great tribute Carol. Very sorry to hear the news.
Avatar 6:31am Wilmot:

Johnny Ice, like my profile pic?
  6:32am Peter from Dover NJ:

Carol, I'm sorry to hear about your brother's passing. May he rest in peace.
  6:32am Liz:

Good morning Mike! Coffee and whiskey sounds perfect right now
Avatar 6:33am John Bastianelli:

@Wilmot, send me that photo!
Avatar 6:33am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Mike Hogan, was just watching you on some old vids.
  6:34am lisa:

I'm just catching up with comments as on pc now. Boy, I do emember is you Uzzo's had Chinese food a lot! Lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34am Pablexa™:

#WeAreBrummies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34am Nulsh:

Pabs!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34am Stanley:

@peter - wonderful stuff. There's not many artisits you could play for 6 hours and it all sound good and not repetitive
  Swag For Life Member 6:35am upstate sean:

Hey Carol,
I missed the first part, but now I see. Very sorry to hear about your brother's passing. Something tells me this will be more celebratory than sorrowful, though. Sounds like an amazing family you grew up in. :)
  6:35am suzzo:

Bill - Great to hear your comments. We never cleaned the bedroom because we would have lost track of where everything was!!
  6:35am Liz:

Lisa you know it was all about the music and the food
  6:36am David in London:

Hey Pablexa.
  6:36am Mike Hogan:

hey Liz, good morning all! Roy Ayers listed on credits for Live at Montreux, We actually got to record Roy Ayers in studio C. Tommy engineering. Thanks Bill
  6:37am lisa:

I always thought your parents were so amazing to help set Tom up by converting your garage into his first music studio. They really believed in his talent. That's something special.
Avatar 6:37am John Bastianelli:

I forgot how great this record was, my sister listened to it until she wore it out!
Avatar 6:37am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@suzzo Hey Steve. You're making me smile! I'm thinking about that carpet--or maybe it was just a carpet pad?
  6:37am Mike Hogan:

i am trying to post more, but keep failing the Math questions!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:38am Stanley:

Carol - so sorry for your loss. It must be heartbreaking. He sounds like an amazing man and it's so nice to have his friends and family here this morning.
  6:38am suzzo:

It was orange indoor-outdoor carpet with a lot of beer stains. All the more reason to not have to look at it
  6:38am lisa:

Liz, why do you think your house was the go to hang? We were always at your house :)
  Swag For Life Member 6:39am 12539:

(O how I wish you had a tape of this on tuba!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39am Nulsh:

Ha ha! Now I NEED to hear a tuba version!
Avatar 6:41am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@suzzo The pic of Mr. Roach (high school English teacher) saying, "Ve haf vays of making you talk!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:41am fred:

My condolences Carol, and to your family
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:41am Pablexa™:

OK I finally just got actual sound to play.....Reading the comments

I'm so sorry Carol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:42am CarolCrow:

@12539@6:24: Thank you - He did!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:42am CarolCrow:

@Nulsh@6:25: Thank you. Glad to have you here
  6:42am Liz:

@Lisa I think it was it was all about the people! My parents loved having everyone around and of course the endless supply of food lol
Avatar 6:43am John Bastianelli:

@Wilmot, do you remember Mr. Roach's "The Sentence"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45am CarolCrow:

Hey All - If you are liking a track on the playlist, click on the star in the track title - it lets me know you like it! THANK YOU!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46am CarolCrow:

@Brian in UK@6:25: Thank you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46am CarolCrow:

hey upstate sean
  6:47am Emily:

Good Morning all, I couldn't find the comment section! I did get the engineering gene, like Tom. Bill so good to hear your stories!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47am Guido from Cologne:

hell good morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47am Brian in UK:

Carol, you have brilliantly kept the style of your shows, mixing words and music with Bill's reminiscences.
Avatar 6:48am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Hi @Emily, hope yo're well.
  6:48am ignatatus666:

Hi all
Long time caller first time listener
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Mike Hogan!
  6:49am Liz:

Good Morning Em
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49am CarolCrow:

@John B@6:29: Ha;)
  6:50am Mike Hogan:

Hi Em
Avatar 6:50am John Bastianelli:

@emily, Steve, Hey... Mikey, Mike Hoga - Hey Liz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50am CarolCrow:

@David in London@6:31: Thank you, David.
Avatar 6:50am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@CarolCrow You actually included my memory of you in diapers! Awesome!
Avatar 6:51am John from NP:

Morning Carol. Sorry to hear about your brother.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51am CarolCrow:

@Peter from Dover, NJ@6:32: Thank you
  6:51am Mike Hogan:

really GREAT Carol
  6:51am Emily:

Hi Bill, yes we are good, hope you're well too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Pabs!
  6:51am MikeLorello:

Hey Emily, Steve, Mike H!
Avatar 6:52am John from NP:

And welcome to the family and friends. Condolences to you too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:52am CarolCrow:

@upstate sean@6:35: Thank you. I really hope it is a celebration:)
Avatar 6:52am John Bastianelli:

YES YES YES - we listened to this record every day, blasted in the Studio!
  6:52am MikeLorello:

I wore out the Tubes album
Avatar 6:53am Wilmot:

Tom *LOVED* this tune.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53am CarolCrow:

@suzzo@6:35: Steve, thanks for being here.
Avatar 6:53am John Bastianelli:

It was a morning ritual - oh morning was around noon...
  6:53am Emily:

Hi Mike and John, I loved this song too.
  6:54am suzzo:

Premiered on Mtv. I remember running it and remembering Tom blasting it from the studio. It was his favored departing comment
  6:54am suzzo:

He would also sing it in the car!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54am Pablexa™:

Howdy Nulsh, David and that prick JB
Avatar 6:54am Wilmot:

@suzzo Right!
Avatar 6:55am John Bastianelli:

this record was produced by David Foster - before he got all sappy - we studied the production techniques on this record and learned a lot - Mikey too - remember!
  6:55am Emily:

Hi Carol, will a playlist of the songs you played be posted after this ends?
  6:56am suzzo:

We ran it in high rotation on Mtv for a very long time. But few people even remember it.
  6:56am MikeLorello:

@John I remember
Avatar 6:57am John Bastianelli:

@Steve, Tom didn't even learn anything about baseball either... hahahah
  6:58am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hi Carol Crow! Hi friends!
  6:58am Lisa J B:

Good Morning Carol, I’m late but here. So glad you put this together.
Avatar 6:58am Wilmot:

@suzzo That was beautiful.
  7:00am suzzo:

He took lessons from Stanley Clark too!
Avatar 7:01am UncleMarty:

Condolences to you & your family.

Carol, your show archives have helped pull me through my encounter with the bug. Thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01am Nulsh:

BOOOOOOOOOODZ!!!
We're celebrating Carol's brother Tom, who sadly passed away. He sounds like an amazing character!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02am Pablexa™:

Is this Pat Benatar & Ritchie?
Avatar 7:02am Wilmot:

For all you regular listeners, Carol's brother Tom was the most fantastic friend anyone ever had. We miss him so much...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02am Doug in JC:

Good morning everyone. Sorry for your loss, Carol. This is a nice tribute
  7:02am David in London:

Hi Buddha.
Avatar 7:02am John from NP:

@Emily The playlist is updated during the show, and the archive will be available a few hours after the show ends (or maybe tomorrow).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02am Baja Joe:

Hidey Ho Carol and all. I am pleasantly surprised and enjoying this tribute to Tommy Uzzo who I am leaning about right now thanks to you.
  7:03am Mike Hogan:

To be honest
Avatar 7:03am Ignatatus666:

My Condolences
Missed the first 10 minutes and thought there was a fill in
Great tribute Carol
To his family and friends
My condolences
Avatar 7:04am John from NP:

Pabs u jackass!
  7:04am Liz:

How did you find this?
  7:04am Jeffrey Davison:

When I first tuned in, I thought that you had a fill-in. Nice tribute, and great music.
My condolences.
Avatar 7:04am Wilmot:

@johnnyIce I forgot he ragged on your hair!
  7:05am Elaine:

@ Carol 6:22: 'regular listener' here and appreciate the chance to listen in on these wonderful memories and music. Sincere condolences to you and all the friends and family.
Avatar 7:05am John Bastianelli:

@I know I had a stupid haircut very 80s, shaved on the side and long on top...
  7:05am Mike Hogan:

Heaving On a Jet Plane. The Emulator II
Avatar 7:06am John Bastianelli:

@Wilmot can't type this early, I'm still in bed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06am Nulsh:

Hey Jeffrey!
Avatar 7:06am TDK60:

Good morning.
  7:06am Buddha of Suburbia:

Oh no! Nulsh just told me about your brother. I am so sorry for your loss Carol. My heart goes out to you.
Avatar 7:06am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

en.wikipedia.org...
  Swag For Life Member 7:07am 12539:

Ooooooh, Roger!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:07am Pablexa™:

Ima giggling
Avatar 7:07am John Bastianelli:

@Carol, I was so mad at Tom he didn't get the autograph with it personalized.. or write something cool.
  7:08am David in London:

@John Bastianelli, man, let any of us who didn’t have a shocking 80s haircut throw the first stone...

Hey TDK.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08am Nulsh:

Carol, you still got the autograph?
  7:09am Buddha of Suburbia:

Morning David in London! Hi Nuuulssh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10am Baja Joe:

My condolences to you and your family Carol.
Avatar 7:10am Ignatatus666:

Sputnik was a real band? I thought it was just a studio creation
  7:13am lisafair1:

I had always heard about that song they wrote for the Howard Stern contest (I'm Heaving on a Jet Plane), but never got to hear it! Wow..too funny!
Avatar 7:13am John Bastianelli:

@Ignatatus66 - it was, Gorgio Moroder - creation but they had to punks from the east side of London that were the face, they were at this Mexican Restaurant, I think they got tipped off we were going to be there, so they showed up and were heckling Dee Synder who was sitting in with the band singing Johnny Be Good. That's how the fight started. one of the guys threw the chip bowl at Dee and hit him...
Avatar 7:14am John Bastianelli:

@Carol, this record was Tom's first big mix that launched his career - it was for the producer team - Liggett and Barbosa.
Avatar 7:16am John Bastianelli:

Great you got Mark to say something... Mark left the part out that he used to take all our publishing... hahaha - @mike Lorello you know what I'm talking about...
Avatar 7:16am Ignatatus666:

@John B that’s hilarious as Dee is no light weight!! Unfortunately the Pinks and Skins dom that area carried knives and used broken bottles when they got down. Glad it didn’t get to that.
  7:16am lisafair1:

I have to say, the Uzzo Household was one of the most welcoming I've ever been to - to all of the Uzzo siblings - Katie, Steve, Liz, Emily and of course, Carol...please know I send my love to you all at the loss of your very talented brother, Tom.
Avatar 7:17am Ignatatus666:

Thank you spellcheck for destroying thoughts one comment at a time
  7:18am suzzo:

Tom used to drink so much coffee it actually affected his vision. He affectionately called it "The Fog"
  7:18am David Sky Brody:

@Carol Thanks for bringing the Entire Extended Family together!
  7:18am Mike Hogan:

found out that Mt Dew had more caffeine than coca cola at Mirror Image
  7:18am Emily:

I never got to share a memory about music and Tom, but one very vivid memory was we were driving in the car just him and me and the song, September came on the radio and Tom said, "Can you imagine a world without Earth, Wind and Fire? That would be horrible" To this day every time I hear that song I think of Tom.
  7:19am Doris from Droitwich:

Carol, condolences from Tony & me. Thanks for sharing stories of his antics with all of us today❤️
  7:20am Mike Hogan:

Do you have the Remix of U Turn Carol?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20am CarolCrow:

Hello All - sorry I am not saying hello to everyone, but thank you SO MUCH for being here (and hear) this morning! It is so good to have everyone - my radio friends and extended family - here:) Thank you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Carol and family family. Sorry to hear the news about your dear brother. Can I bring over a hot dish or something to you?
  7:21am suzzo:

RE: The Stern thing: Quality only to be rivaled by "Do the Vacuum Cleaner" (it was never clear exactly what you were supposed to with it), or the "Doormat Song" (Was it banned by the ASPCA?)
Avatar 7:22am TDK60:

My sympathies to you Carol.
Avatar 7:23am John Bastianelli:

@suzzo, WLIR played i'm not your doormat... the dog lived in the song, we saved it from the microwave... ;) remember the video...
  7:24am suzzo:

I remember getting in trouble dulling the drum kit for the shoot.
  7:26am suzzo:

Tom did a cameo as the wrecker truck driver.
  7:28am Emily:

OMG! I love this song!
Avatar 7:28am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@suzzo @John B they used my Porsche for the video shoot. The moron actor nearly wrecked it. Tom and John were like, "We're so sorry man..."
Avatar 7:29am John Bastianelli:

That's right, the director was this looser guy out of NYU film school, didn't know what he was doing... We gave him. such a hard time.
HAHAHAHA that's right Wilmot, the dude almost trashed your car.
Avatar 7:31am John from NP:

@CarolCrow this is pretty epic, it's pretty cool to see both families converge (although under sad circumstances)
  7:31am Mike Hogan:

This mix holds up no matter what you hear it on, or where you hear it. I've heard in coliseums on boom boxes, in clubs on the radio.....who remembers the Dbx unit that pulled it all together?
  7:31am suzzo:

The guy was a freak and in way over his head. I remember the lighting guy asking him to get him an electrician to help him in the studio and the guy was even more useless. His comment was "I ask for a gaffer and he gives me Charlie Manson"
Avatar 7:31am John Bastianelli:

@Mikey, this is a great record!
  7:32am Mike Hogan:

K7 Come Bay Come
  7:32am MikeLorello:

@Mike H I do!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33am Doug in JC:

Trivia: The video for K7 "Come Baby Come!" was shot in Downtown Jersey City
  7:33am Listener Robert:

Mike Hogan, are you the Michael L. Hogan I know from WTFDA and CADXC?
  7:33am MikeLorello:

Thanks Johnny
  7:34am Mike Hogan:

I think I still have it. Great job you guys did on that one. Joey Gardiner producing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:34am Doug in JC:

In fact, some of it is on Montgomery Street, a few blocks from WFMU HQ
  7:34am MikeLorello:

Yup...Joey
  7:34am Mike Hogan:

sorry not me Robert
Avatar 7:35am Ignatatus666:

The production on these recordings were commercial program directors bliss. They needed zero tweaking before or during airplay.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:40am dale:

good morning. growing up in western new york, following the snow plow was a common occurrence.
Avatar 7:42am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

Way before the Civic, Tom had an Opel Kadet wagon. Although it was ostensibly a wagon, it was the size of a pea. He used it for club dates, somehow managed to squeeze his string bass into it. The classic story is that he once went to pick up Gina for a date and she couldn't fit in the car with the bass, so he had to take it out and leave it at her house.
  7:43am Mike Hogan:

gotta get to the Gig!
  7:43am MikeLorello:

Tim Lawless on backing vox
Avatar 7:44am John Bastianelli:

@Wimot, Tom TOm TOM! Where the hell is your car? when he left it there and got a ride home one night..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:44am Phillippe Bastille:

Good morning
Avatar 7:44am John Bastianelli:

@MikeL - that's right Timmy on B/V
  7:45am suzzo:

I inherited the Opel. It was my first car. I blew the engine going up to the Adirondacks when the dipstick fell out and the oil all drained out of the car.
Avatar 7:46am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@John "Man, I don't know. I think there's something wrong with the thermostangle..."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:46am CarolCrow:

Good morning dale, Ignatatus, Doug in JC, Listener Robert, TDK60, Ken From Hyde Park, Doris from Droitwich, Emily, David Sky Brody, lisafair, Baja Joe, Buddha of Suburbia, Elaine, Jeffrey Davison, John from NP, Lisa J B,
  7:46am suzzo:

I'll say! Canary yellow. What a color.
Avatar 7:47am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@suzzo I hope you shot it through the engine to put it out of its misery.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49am Phillippe Bastille:

Carol, sorry to hear about your brother. My condolences to you and your family
  7:49am suzzo:

Didn't have to it committed hara kiri on the Cross Island Parkway
  7:50am Mike Hogan:

YO
  7:53am Mike Hogan:

Overdubs in Studio C Manhattan, I think he mixed this in Studio D
  7:54am Listener Robert:

Suzzo, I'm sure the loss of the oil was not caused by the blowing out of the dipstick. Rather, the engine blew a gasket and blew out the dipstick along with the oil, I'm sure. A dipstick doesn't hold back pressure.
  7:54am suzzo:

Oh, right. it used to overheat all the time too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:56am Brian in UK:

Guessing that Tommy knew WFMU's Monica Lynch from her days at Tommy Boy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57am Guido from Cologne:

Condolences!
I'm so sorry!
  7:57am Liz:

OMG Karen Young
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57am Phillippe Bastille:

Tommy was a NASCAR fan, my kind of guy. Go #12 YRB
Avatar 7:58am John Bastianelli:

@Mike Hogan, that was beautiful, thanks for those words!
  7:58am David Sky Brody:

Hey y'all. @Carol suggested I post this here in the comments, though it's a bit of a LONG READ:

The Uzzo Family Studio and the Couch of Eternal Slumber

When it came time for Tommy to renovate the garage studio in Dix Hills, I was privileged to be his co-designer and “guy with the soldering iron.” Tom’s dad Tony, a legendary electrical engineer and scientist with Space Program cred, insisted upon an arcane and perfect and uncommon wire cable type and grounding scheme that had the local electrician – and me – scratching our heads. It would prove to be the essential foundation of the beautiful, powerful sounds that came out of that room for years after.

That a large Long Island family would open their home (and especially their kitchen) to us – the great unwashed masses of musicians, sound-people and their various girlfriends, boyfriends and squeezes that would eventually flow through that place – was unique and amazing. All us studio rats would come to know Tom’s sisters, brother and most particularly Mama Bea, the calm, unflappable matriarch.

To renovate the studio, Tom directed us to gut the garage down to the frame, flipping what had been the “control room” and “studio.” I was an acoustics freak and convinced him to let me execute a wasp-waisted room plan with very few parallel surfaces, to run all cabling through troughs in the floor, and then to fill that floor with sand. That place was built by the loving flavor of many friends – in some ways a jazz-hippie barn-raising straight out of the Whole Earth Catalog. We would find tasks that fit anybody who walked through the door. Nobody asked for money; that wasn’t the point. We would all be more than compensated for out time later on.

Tom insisted one feature of the original studio had to stay: a fat, heavy, overstuffed couch. I think it had come down from the family house and was simply too massive to consider lifting back up and in. Now, my acoustic design had one major shortcoming: Low frequencies – especially prevalent in the hip-hop genre that would come to define Mirror Image Recorders – tend to pile up in the right angles between walls and floors, compromising the accuracy of what musicians and engineers are hearing. And I hadn’t yet figured out a way to build enough low-frequency absorption with stealing too much area from that already tight working interior space. That couch provided the answer. Situating it at the back of the room, it became a near perfect “bass trap.”

And the super-sofa had one other unique feature: It was so comfortable, it was impossible to sit on it for more than 15 minutes without falling fast asleep, no matter how loud the studio monitors were blaring. We, therefore, dubbed it “The Couch of Eternal Slumber.” Lord knows how many of us slept on it over the years.

Tommy was nothing if not practical, in his choice of equipment, musical motifs or girlfriends. Through that studio-build experience, he taught me one of the most useful life lessons: Never let the quest for the “flawless” outweigh the true demands of the here and now. In other words: “Don’t let ‘Perfection’ become the enemy of the ‘Good Enough.’”

As he once said to me: “Man, like I only fear that like, man, look at me. I’m a fat piece of shit. And yet I get laid all the time!”

That was how he approached every mix: There’s an infinite number of ways this can go. He never fell victim to the paralysis of indecision. Narrow your choices and live with the consequences. That was one of Tom’s many gifts to us.

I guess “Eternal Slumber” has a new meaning now for Tommy. But he lives just as vibrantly as ever in your mind and mine; and in the sounds he left for us – and others – to enjoy and ponder forever.

– Dave Brody
Avatar 7:58am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Mike Hogan That moved me. Thanks.
  8:01am nana:

"before I let them take my sound...I'll break out in a cold sweat"...happy birthday to Soul Brother No. 1...
  Swag For Life Member 8:04am 12539:

These are wonderful stories.
  8:05am Mike Hogan:

Thank you John, Bill. Your stories about Tommy from before I knew him warm my heart and bring tears and smiles.
Avatar 8:05am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Mike L Spoken with much love.
  8:07am Mike Hogan:

Dave, Mike L he lives on Thank You.
  8:08am Mike Hogan:

WOW JB
Avatar 8:11am duck:

this is the best time i've had on lockdown
  8:11am Mike Hogan:

Phat"
Avatar 8:12am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Dave Brody: Great story. "I only fear..." takes me back.
  8:13am Mike Hogan:

LOL Tommy's self proclaimed hip hop handle was "Too Phat Tha Hip Hop Thug"
Avatar 8:13am John Bastianelli:

@Mike Hogan, we were really young, I think Tommy was 23 and I was 20 in college. @Dave Brody, "I Only Fear" it takes me back to...
  8:14am David Sky Brody:

@Wilmot, @JB: Yeah, no sentence could start without the required preamble: "I only fear that, like, man, like ___(Subject)___"
  8:14am Emily:

Thank you to everyone sharing your stories. Because Tom worked ALL the time, you guys spent more time with him than we did, so it's nice to hear about that side of his life. He was always my cool big brother who hung out with musicians. I always admired him for following his dreams and making it work.
  8:14am MikeLorello:

Awesome John. I never heard this.
Avatar 8:15am John Bastianelli:

@Dave Brody, Tom would even use it to say John, "I Only fear" You suck! ;)
Avatar 8:16am John Bastianelli:

@MikeL - thanks, this was before we met...
  8:16am Mike Hogan:

dave B he also used to Start sentences with "To be honest....."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Phillippe B, Guido from Cologne, nana, duck! Welcome!
Avatar 8:17am John Bastianelli:

Or "XXXX and a buck fifty will get you on the subway"...
Avatar 8:17am Sylvia (France-NYC):

wow, Tommy worked with France's most famous rap artist!
  8:18am suzzo:

Albeit, language-wise, his French was terrible.
  8:19am Mike Hogan:

OMG Tommy always said cursing was way better in english. the french language didn't have 'The Suds"
Avatar 8:19am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Em Whether professionals or just friends, we all loved him.
Avatar 8:19am Sylvia (France-NYC):

@suzzo ha!
  8:20am Mike Hogan:

But he loved mixing those french records
Avatar 8:20am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Mike Hogan @Mike Lorello Something struck me the other day. Why did he hate banjos so much?
Avatar 8:20am Sylvia (France-NYC):

@Mike Hogan I prefer cursing in English, too :)
Avatar 8:21am John Bastianelli:

Since Tommy was a foodie, he loved going over to Toulouse to do this project - the chef used to call him before he arrived to take his food order, what a way to work!
  8:22am Mike Hogan:

sylvia we do own that1 lol
  8:23am Listener Robert:

How'd he die?
  8:24am Mike Hogan:

bill Too twangy, loose intonation, hated accordion too
  8:24am Mike Hogan:

cancer not covid related
  8:26am Mike Hogan:

Bill, also allergic to club date singers with a tambourine
  8:27am Listener Robert:

Thanks. Cancer of what, if you don't mind saying?
  8:27am Mike Hogan:

adolfo I play this track at a club I work at from time to time. Nice
  8:30am suzzo:

T-Cell Lymphoma, to be exact
  8:30am suzzo:

Very rare form. We never expected it.
  8:31am Mike Hogan:

wow I recorded this in studio D, Tommy mixed it
  8:31am Emily:

Hey Mike Hogan, Thank you so much for helping Tom and Cindy in his last days. You went above and beyond to take care of him and I can't express my gratitude for your selfless act of love for my brother.
Avatar 8:31am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Mike L I like that tune (La Musica) a lot.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31am CarolCrow:

Here's an article on Tommy Uzzo with a funny video of a recording session: www.hiphopcanada.com...
  8:31am Tom Brechtlein:

Great stories great! Tommy! Where ever you are it’s an honour to be your friend!
Bell Peppers! You know what I mean! Love you! T
  8:31am Liz:

Thank you to all for the great stories! I have no words which for people who know me is rare❤️
  8:32am Mike Hogan:

Thanks Em
  8:32am suzzo:

And, Holy Crap, Liz's incredible dedication to making his last days as comfortable as possible.
  8:32am MikeLorello:

@Bill Thanks... That's the last tune I played keyboards on that was mixed by Tommy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33am CarolCrow:

@suzzo@8:32: AND Mike Hogan!!
Avatar 8:33am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Emily Yes, Liz and Mike were his angels.
  8:33am Mike Hogan:

This coolio tune, Tommy Boy had joey gardiner redo the album version with tommy and Mike lorello. This became the single
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34am Brian in UK:

“Don’t let ‘Perfection’ become the enemy of the ‘Good Enough.’" That is my kind of sentiment.
  8:36am Mary Wendel:

Hey all Uzzo’s. Just want to express my deepest condolences. I also remember great summers around the kitchen table at all hours with musicians coming and going. It was a blast. Love to you all.
  8:36am Mike Hogan:

Kurt Stankus keep up the good fight brother
  8:37am David Sky Brody:

@Brian in UK: for real, guv'!
  8:37am Listener Robert:

Oof, that's a sad medical story on its face, suzzo. I've known, or known of, people who were ostensibly healthy OR who actually beat some more common illnesses, only to be hit out of the blue by something totally rare, or rare under the circumstances.
Avatar 8:38am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Tom Brechtlein We always had so much fun hanging in Carle Place, Tommy, you John B and me. Thomas' Ham n Eggery.
  8:38am Liz:

Hey Mary, we miss those times too❤️
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39am CarolCrow:

Hey Brian in UK (I don't think I said hello)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39am adampsyche:

thank you for the delightful show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40am CarolCrow:

Hey cousin, Mary Wendel! Thanks for sharing that:)
  8:40am Liz:

Hey Carol, great job putting this together and getting all those great memories out there❤️
  8:40am Baja Joe:

The sounds are perfecto.
  8:40am Earth Walker:

Hi Carol. I see your brother was endowed with happiness and the cause of happiness. Peace to you and your beautiful brothers soul
  8:41am MikeLorello:

Thanks so much for doing this Carol! Beautiful job.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41am adampsyche:

can I admit something? when I first heard Jeff Sarge say "thank you Carol for bringing us forward" I thought it was a rasta saying and didn't know that Carol was the previous DJ
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41am CarolCrow:

Hello to everyone I haven't gotten a chance to say hello to. Thank you all for everyone for being here!
  8:41am Mike Hogan:

This song by The green eyed bandit Erick Sermon. Amazing. Marvin's family wouldn't allow his voice to be sampled. so erick arranged for the original 2" tape to be sent from Cali. Jimmy Iovine wouldn't send it, HE BROUGHT IT HIMSELF On A PLANE directly to studio D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41am CarolCrow:

Hi Earth Walker
Avatar 8:42am John Bastianelli:

@Mike Hogan, I didn't know that, great story
  Swag For Life Member 8:43am 12539:

Carol and others: thank you for sharing. Everything ends too soon.

Be well, everyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44am CarolCrow:

@adampsyche@8:41: Haha. Here's a great reggae track, Hello Carol:) www.youtube.com...
  8:44am Emily:

Hi Mary, so glad you're here. Lots of good times in the kitchen! Thank you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44am adampsyche:

:)
  8:44am Mike Hogan:

Hey Need to shout out TROY HIGHTOWER, He was a major part of the success of Mirror Image
  8:44am The Rev:

Hey Carol..been listening for a while but just saw this comments section. I was TJ's best friend and knew your bro through him and Liz..anyway, great show...so great to hear all the stuff he worked on. Anyway...so sorry he's gone. xoxo Rev
  8:45am suzzo:

Thanks all for the memories of the 8-track/16-track days. I used to do all his repairs in those days. But remember that we went up to Buffalo to look at an MCI recorder and took the most harrowing plane ride back on People's Express. I will never forget it.
Avatar 8:45am John Bastianelli:

@Carol, thanks for this we all needed this I spent my entire Saturday going through old photos and reminiscing about your brother and your family and how much fun we all had, I'll miss Tom as we all will...
  8:45am lisafair1:

Carol, John, Mike...all who helped...this has been a wonderful tribute...I am really enjoying listening to all the music and great stories. Thank you.
  8:46am MikeLorello:

I spent 13 hours timing up Michael Jackson!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46am Brian in UK:

Carol, thank you for sharing this with your radio family. He sounded like someone we could all do with in our lives.
Avatar 8:47am John Bastianelli:

@MikeL in the S-1000 no doubt... in those days
  8:47am Cooh John:

Hello Carol. Catching the last rays of moonlight. Morning moonlighters.
  8:47am MikeLorello:

Exactly John. Today...click.
  8:47am Mike Hogan:

Listen To Mike Lorello on this Billie Jean Remix!!!
  8:47am David Sky Brody:

@MikeLorello: It don't get better than remixing MJ. Kudos!
  8:48am Mike Hogan:

JB GALAXY and Digital performer, 2 hour recalls no patch cables left
Avatar 8:48am John from NP:

Carol and friends/family, thanks for sharing your memories of Tommy with us. RIP.
Avatar 8:49am John Bastianelli:

Tommy always said to me, don't bother with the synth programming call Mike, he's the best... You saved our butts Mikey! :)
  8:50am Emily:

Thanks, Carol for putting this together. I can picture Tom rocking in his chair like he always did to all this music. He broke many a chair doing that, including the one in his car. He was an amazing man. Mike H I loved the story you told us last Sunday when he named his dog Mikey after you and he said "It had to be done"
  8:50am MikeLorello:

@JB Happy times
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51am Nulsh:

Thank you Carol. What a wonderful tribute to yer' bro. Nice one.
I really enjoyed all the stories.
See you next week!
Bye amigos!
Avatar 8:51am John Bastianelli:

I brought Troy to Tommy, he was working at this other studio I was at and the owner was not a nice person and he was miserable - Tommy like many people took him under his wing and helped launch his career.
  8:51am Baja Joe:

This “Billy Jean” mash-up has an Electronic (Sumner and Marr’s collaboration) vibe. You rarely hear Electronic on the radio. Always puzzled me. All of their albums were excellent. I wonder if Tommy worked with Electronic.
  8:52am suzzo:

Em - The black Granada with the red interior, his Disco period vehicle of choice
Avatar 8:52am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@Carol: Thanks so much for producing this. It was an honor to record a few things about Tom and I'm glad you were able to use some. And seeing people here that I've known through the years through Tom has been a joy. But no one would doubt that we'd all come together even virtually for Tom. I hope we can all see each other in real life soon!
  8:52am Lisa J B:

So glad you you put this together. A wonderful tribute and celebration off a creative life.
  8:53am suzzo:

Carol -
This has been amazing. Thank you, thank you thank you! <3
Avatar 8:53am Wilmot (Bill Harts):

@suzzo That car had the funkiest stale beer smell ever!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53am Pablexa™:

Thanks Carol - Sorry for your loss
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53am adampsyche:

thank you Carol for sharing (scrolling back)
  8:54am Mike Hogan:

Troy had a gold record with ONYX those bad people at the studio Troy worked at then were trying to kick him to the curb and garner the accolades for themselves. Good on you JB
  8:54am suzzo:

Bill - The beer smell was to mask other smells!
  8:54am Emily:

Tom used to pay me 10 dollars a week to clean it. Guess it didn't help much
  8:54am David Sky Brody:

Uzzo Family: Thank you for letting us into your hearts. All those years ago. And now.
  8:55am Mike Hogan:

NICE CAROL
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55am Stanley:

Thank you Carol for this wonderful tribute and for all friends sharing memories of Tommy.
Avatar 8:55am John Bastianelli:

@Carol thank you so so so much - love and respect forever to my extended family, Tommy you were the glue and connect us all together.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55am Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Carol. In summation, a talented character. Blessings to you all!
Avatar 8:55am John from NP:

Thanks Carol, big hug to you
  8:55am lisafair1:

HUGS!!!
  8:55am Mary Wendel:

Thanks Carol.
  8:55am MikeLorello:

Thanks Carol
Avatar 8:56am TDK60:

Thanks Carol.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56am adampsyche:

Thanks Carol.
  8:57am David in London:

Thanks Carol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59am CarolCrow:

To Anyone who worked on any of these tracks, please email me the credits, stories, etc., so I can post in the song comments section - There were so many people involved - I want you there (because you WERE there:)
  9:00am Earth Walker:

Thanks so much Carol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05am CarolCrow:

Thank you for all the wonderful stories and posts! On behalf of the entire Uzzo extended family (siblings & brothers-of-another-mother), thank you so much for listening!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am CarolCrow:

FYI: If you missed the live broadcast, the archive should be posted in a couple of hours!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:32pm CarolCrow:

@fred: sorry, I think I missed you on the playlist yesterday! thank you for tuning in!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10pm CarolCrow:

@Cooh John: I think I missed saying hello yesterday - so hello!
  9:35pm Vinnie Caggiano:

Just found out yesterday about Tom's passing by way of Kurt Stankus. I'm so sorry to hear this and especially for your loss. As I mentioned to my friend, Larry Lange, Tom was very much a legend. We are all heartbroken.
  11:11am Ron Smith:

Tommy was an original, often an over used phrase. In Tommys case this was true! I miss him!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am CarolCrow:

@Vinnie: Thank you so much. I will share your post with the rest of the family. Hope you are well.-Best, Carol (Uzzo)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19am CarolCrow:

@Ron Smith: I agree wholeheartedly. Thank you, Ron, so much for always being there. Hoping this finds you and your family well.-Carol (Uzzo)
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