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Artist Title Album Label Approx. start time
Billy Bragg  That's Entertainment   Options Workers Playtime  Yep Roc  0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Walker Brothers  Land of 1000 Dances   Options Take It Easy With the Walker Brothers  Water  0:05:07 Pop‑up)  
Muck & the Mires  Poor Little Girl   Options Doreen EP  Dirty Water  0:06:42 Pop‑up)  
Lyres  Stormy   Options Lyres Lyres  Matador  0:08:34 Pop‑up)  
Hentchmen  Some Other Guy   Options Hentch-Forth Five  Italy  0:11:12 Pop‑up)  
Freebooting Profiteers  Through the Night   Options cd single    0:14:10 Pop‑up)  
Goldstars  She's Gonna   Options various - Download, Dig It Or Die  Pravda  0:18:39 Pop‑up)  
Fallen Leaves  Seven Years   Options It's Too Late Now  Parliament  0:21:38 Pop‑up)  
The Nice Outfit  One Minute Forty-Five   Options Kissing Jocelyn  Easter  0:34:03 Pop‑up)  
Demands  Shut Up and Kiss Me   Options High Wire    0:35:08 Pop‑up)  
Davie Allan and the Arrows  Shape of Things To Come   Options Moving Right Along  Spinout  0:37:45 Pop‑up)  
Young Werewolves  Devil Dancer Girl   Options Cheat the Devil    0:41:10 Pop‑up)  
Cavemannish Boys  Sunday Street   Options Get a Load of ...  Blood Red  0:42:41 Pop‑up)  
Early Hours  This Is No Good   Options Lights, Guitars, Action!  Off the Hip  0:44:24 Pop‑up)  
Mudhoney  I'm Now   Options The Lucky Ones  Sub Pop  0:47:12 Pop‑up)  
Mullens  Thought You Left   Options s/t  Get Hip  0:49:41 Pop‑up)  
The Squires of the Subterrain  Comet Chaser   Options Sugar Kick    0:54:40 Pop‑up)  
Neanderthals  Street Cleaner   Options Shutdown 2002 B.C.  Spinout  0:56:17 Pop‑up)  
The Setting Son  In a Certain Way   Options s/t  Bad Afro  0:58:07 Pop‑up)  
The Hall Monitors live in the studio!  
Engineers: Trent Wolbe, Diane Farris, Recorded May 9  
Ginger Richards - Guitar/Vox Michael Sullivan - Drums Matthew Sullivan - Bass Sean Crowley - Guitar/Vox  
  Be Your Man       1:04:01 Pop‑up)  
  Lord I'm a Sinner        
  Give It Up        
  Peggy Sue        
  Give You All My Love        
Ettes  Pay Up   Options Look at Life Again Soon    1:27:32 Pop‑up)  
The Come n Go  No Blues   Options Something's Got To Give  Voodoo Rhythm  1:29:44 Pop‑up)  
Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders  Long Love Letter   Options Holdin' Onto Trouble's Hand  Rank Outsider  1:32:44 Pop‑up)  
Chris Sprague  This Old Truck   Options Diesel Made For Two  Spinout  1:39:20 Pop‑up)  
Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps  Lotta Lovin'   Options various - The Golden Age of American Rock and Roll Vol. 8  Ace  1:41:19 Pop‑up)  
Barry Ryan  Rock and Roll Radio   Options And God Said: Let There Be Rockabilly    1:43:28 Pop‑up)  
Flames  Arabian Caravan   Options various - Bloodshot! The Gaity Records Story Vol. 1  Norton  1:46:51 Pop‑up)  
'63 Burnout  Brodie   Options Trouble at the Speedway  Go Guitar!  1:49:06 Pop‑up)  
  Plymouth Barracuda ad 1966       2:09:37 Pop‑up)  
Dry Ice  Lucy Mae   Options various - New England Teen Scene: Unreleased!  Arf! Arf!  1:52:44 Pop‑up)  
Loners  Devil In You   Options live on WFMU    1:55:30 Pop‑up)  
Old Haunts  Poisonous Times   Options title cut  Kill Rock Stars  2:08:58 Pop‑up)  
Tobin Sprout  Good Gurdy   Options soundtrack - Fortunes  Pravda  2:12:02 Pop‑up)  
Steve Wynn  Love Me Anyway   Options Crossing Dragon Bridge  Blue Rose  2:15:12 Pop‑up)  
Nod  Al's Green Mind   Options Tree Stuff + Lightning  myspace.com/nodpower  2:18:30 Pop‑up)  
Pierced Arrows  Caroline   Options     2:23:17 Pop‑up)  
Tremolo Beer Gut  More the Man I Used To Be   Options Qui le F etes-Vous?  Crunchy Frog  2:26:35 Pop‑up)  
Penetrators  (I Like) Brooklyn   Options Bad Woman  Slovenly  2:29:23 Pop‑up)  
Montesas  Do the Slide   Options various - Ballroom Bash  Soundflat  2:31:44 Pop‑up)  
Anabolics  Girls Like You   Options Anabolically Correct  myspace.com/theanabolics  2:34:13 Pop‑up)  
Laura Cantrell  Silver Wings   Options Trains and Boats and Planes  Diesel Only  2:41:14 Pop‑up)  
Simple Kid  You   Options Simple Kid 2  Yep Roc  2:45:25 Pop‑up)  
Ladyfingers  Ladyfingers   Options My Prom  ladyfingers.org  2:48:36 Pop‑up)  
Steve Shiffman & the Land of No  One of You Is Lying   Options s/t  steveshiffman.com  2:53:11 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  12:04pm Bad Ronald:

One of my favorite Jam tunes. - TX
  12:11pm Parq:

let's not forget Ted Leo's rewrite of That's Ent, with FMU-centric lyrics, available on a Bew/o/Blog post for March 15, 2007.
  12:11pm Cecile:

I have to get Lyres Lyres...
  12:13pm dc pat:

what ever happened to Conolly?
  12:16pm jeff:

just a plug for boss martians/rib eye bros. @ brighton bar in long branch on sat nite.
  12:16pm Cynthia:

He's still around. Last time I saw him was several months ago when the sonics played NY..He DJ'd at the show- did the lyres play? I can't recall, if they did I missed 'em. I wasn 't feeling well and was saving energy for the sonics! But anyway he's in relatively good condition it seemed.
  12:17pm Rubble:

That looks to be a great show at Brighton- Tommy Gunn DJ's too. Unfortunatley I 'll be away and have to miss it!
  12:18pm Pierre Torque:

"Through the Night" starts out exactly the same as "Pleasant Valley Sunday"
  12:18pm dc pat:

Speakin of which--how were the Sonics? That must have been pretty cool.
  12:21pm Cynthia:

The Sonics were fantastic. Totally exceeded all my expectations!!!
  12:23pm Cynthia:

Actually, I shouldn't put it that way because I kept my expectations low. So I'll just say, they were really great!
  12:25pm dc pat:

Sorry I missed it. Can Roslie still scream his head off?
  12:27pm Bad Ronald:

Anyone interested in seeing the Bong Guitar in action?

  12:28pm Cynthia:

Yup! And the chops were there too. Just all-round great.
  12:29pm Bluesman:

Great seeing Joe and Ms. Cynthia down at the Ponderosa Stomp a few weeks back. How was Green Fuzz? I missed em.
  12:30pm Mundi:

yea - more Monkees, less Van Halen!
  12:30pm Cecile:

Van Halen (at least the DLR) years had great intros...
  12:32pm Beast of Baltimore:

The serendipity of a random trawl: have you people been to the swaps site on myspace? I ain't too sure about the last couple of songs. But the first two blew my wig off. From somewhere in England I think (myspace.com/thebloodyswaps)
  12:35pm ?:

Same here Bluesman! Ya know....The green fuzz was pretty good! Vocs were there, decent guitar sounds, and they had a lot of good energy. So...'nuff for me! It didn't blow me away but it was fun. (And thrust among the mindblowing musicianship rampant at the stomp, it's hard to measure up so to speak!)
Joe, I think the person meant that as a complement about the intro,.. Am I right Pierre? And Cecile.. we aren't allowed to say anything nice about Van Halen here. I think Joe has a rule. If not he should! :)
  12:36pm Cynthia:

Oops that last posi was from me.
  12:37pm Cecile:

Hey, a ton of people I know got into the Kinks thru Van Halen's covers... so phoo!
  12:39pm jonathan:

house of pain on 1984 is a great, strange, mysterious song.
  12:40pm Cecile:

  12:40pm Bad Ronald:

I must side w/Cecile as far as the DLR VH they were awesome. However I was well aware of the kinks previously...
  12:41pm Joe B:

No need to say sorry, you can like themI just hate Van Halen, moresoe the influence they had spawning a million awful bands/guitar players/imitators. Roth was easily the best thing about the band, which became apparent once Sammy Moron took over.
  12:42pm dc pat:

I'm with Joe and Cynthia--can't stand 'em. I like the minutemen cover of ain't talkin bout love though.
  12:42pm Cecile:

that's fair enough.
  12:43pm Bad Ronald:

It is also now apparent what a dick Eddie is with the whole Michael Anthony/Wolfgang swap...
  12:44pm Cynthia:

I must side with myself. :) Van Halen did enough damage via bad Eddie noodling to completely eclipse any and all merits of the band.
  12:44pm Cecile:

Yes. Michael Anthony was VH's ace in the hole. You hear him singing on bootlegs, it's off the hook.

But to stay on topic, boy, I really like Headquarters. Great album.
  12:46pm Cynthia:

Oh, I didn't realize Joe just said more or less the same thing.
Yeah, what Joe said!!
  12:50pm Rubble:

I don't much care for van halen either but I sure do like Mudhoney! This is a goodun!
  12:51pm Joe B:

Bluesman! Great to see you! Maybe next time it will be local! Keep rockin!
  12:53pm George:

Van Halen's greatest contribution to society:
  12:55pm Bluesman:

I'll take any excuse to get back to NOLA. Between the Stomp, visiting da' family and taking my kids to certain "fun" spots, I never got the time to chow at Pascals (BBQ Shrimp, BABY!!!!) Otherwise, mebbe we can have it up in Sloatsburg!
  12:56pm Bad Ronald:

They definitely had a knack for covers. However the sheer energy, balls and sense of humor made the band great in it's original incarnation.
  12:58pm Cecile:

I'm with ya, bad ron, but I think you are preaching to the already converted here. ;D
  12:59pm Bad Ronald:

OK, I'll drop it.
  1:05pm Bad Ronald:

Hey Joe - What ever happened to broadcasting from the dumpster out back?
  1:06pm Cecile:

I like Hall and Oates, though.
  1:07pm Joe B:

We're working on it! Everyone can bring their VH records to put in the dumpester! (just kidding!) Don't get me started on Led Zeppelin either!
  1:07pm Laurie:

I agree with Scharpling. Van Halen is children's music.
  1:08pm TommyB:

Hall & Oates v. Loggins and McDonald
  1:09pm giraffe-o:

Every hear the Daryl Hall solo album 'Sacred Songs', produced by Robert Fripp? Excellent stuff, even if one is dismayed by Hall & Oates pop repertoire
  1:09pm Bad Ronald:

what's wrong with children's music Laurie. Any label will tell you they are an important demographic.
  1:09pm Cecile:

Tagteam with Seals and Crofts and Zager and Evans.

Sacred Songs is great.
  1:09pm B:

I hear that the HLs guitarist is kinda cool...the rest not so much.
  1:09pm Rubble:

Who is McDonald? Is that the doobie bros guy?
  1:10pm Cecile:

Yeah, rubble. or mr woo-woo we used to call him.
  1:10pm Bad Ronald:

giraffe-o - Yes it was made around the same time Fripp recorded Exposure and XTC recorded Black Sea and everyone jumped from session to session.
  1:10pm Rob:

This band has incredible energy. Kicks a--! The Hall Monitors rock like rock should be.
  1:11pm Joe B:

DC Pat - Sonics were great! Roslie didn't go full throttlenuts but I didn't expect him to. Larry Parypa's guitar was perfect;y raunchy and great!

Connolly is still around, putting on solid performances, basically playing the same set I saw them play 20 years ago, but that's ok by me!
  1:12pm TommyB:

Dudes, early VH rocked!!! I guess I was just a child at the time, but I think it still holds up as party rock.
  1:13pm Cecile:

Hey, do you know if the Sonics plan to tour?
  1:14pm Rob:

Saw the Hall Monitors open for The Sonics at Cavestomp. They were awesome.
  1:16pm Joe B:

Cecile - no Sonics tour planned. They did the 2 NYC shows, and one in London. That's it for now. Wish they would do more though, they were great!
  1:18pm cynthia:

When I like something I grew up with, I always second guess it's merit. Lotsa times it's just connected with those yummy memories and wasn't so good after all. Of course even after I realize something is awful, I don't necessarily stop liking it, nor do I have to defend it. I just appreciate it for what it is, warts and all.
  1:22pm Cecile:

I just am going to have to visit friends in Seattle, then. It's about time.
  1:23pm dc pat:

I saw the Lyres about 20 years ago too in Hoboken. Excellent show. I have this feeling that the Donner Party opened for them--could that have been possible? Anybody know who they were?
  1:24pm DJ SHIMMY:


2 weeks in a row of Hullabaloo-supported bands on 3 Chord Monte! Who's next Joe? Jimmy & The Wolfpack?
  1:28pm Cecile:

pat, it was the 80s. I saw so many weird bills then.
  1:31pm philthy:

Sonics are billed to appear at primavera sound May 30

  1:31pm dc pat:

I don't think Donner Party played out that much and I didn't know them at the time... Just wondering if I inadvertently saw them.
  1:32pm ?:

Great job by the hall monitors! This new ettes stuff is very good.. very authentic sounding. I usually don't get on board with cutesy sounding vocs but there is enough going on here to balance it out- and there is more going on here than tired girl band gimmickry. Looking forward to the album.
  1:36pm Bad Ronald:

Thanks for the PT%tRO!!!!!!
  1:51pm Bluesman:

I THINK the Donner Party were on Dave Amels Cryptovsion Label. Sort of REMish, Prae-Indy sound! Not bad from what I remember (lots of Beer back then).
  1:54pm Bluesman:

  1:55pm Bad Ronald:

  1:56pm Sean Daily:

Man, that da-da was koo-koo. Daddy-o.
  1:56pm Parq:

There was also a TV ad in which some mom kept saying "Bananacuda". Isn't it appalling that I still remember that?
  1:57pm Bad Ronald:

No Parq, I find it somewhat impressive.
  2:00pm mmm-mike:

I wish there were podcasts for this show! My iPod craves...
  2:01pm Bad Ronald:

Nice tune by the Loners. I dig the production too!
  2:03pm dc pat:

Donner Party was more folkie and more rockin than REM. Had a violin player and pretty distorted guitar parts. Really catchy tunes. Some one reissued their one and only album about 8 years ago(??). WAY better than REM.
  2:05pm Bluesman:

Have to try and dig the DP LP outta my archives. Its been so many years, the violin does not ring a bell!
  2:06pm cryptic john:

love that dry ice song
  2:07pm Jimbo:

Play some White Drugs !!!
  2:08pm kleinerstein:

is that BARRACUDA thing on the playlist? i need to hear that again!
  2:12pm Cynthia:

No prize? Pft! :)
  2:17pm Bad Ronald:

Did anyone get the answer?
  2:19pm Bad Ronald:

This Steve Wynn tune has a nice feel... I dig it!
  2:24pm puremendez:

cool station...
you should put some of bacalao men a band from venezuela really great
  2:26pm puremendez:

and some of SUI GENERIS from argentina, likewise the master CHARLY GARCIA
  2:36pm Sean Daily:

I wonder if he wants us to do the Slide?
  2:37pm Bad Ronald:

No doubt BABY!
  2:45pm Parq:

Man, I gotta get this new Laura. Sean D, I followed your link from Moistworks. Pretty cool!
  2:56pm Rubble:

Really great show today Joe.
  3:05pm Sean Daily:

Thanks, Parq.
  3:07pm Sean Daily:

But, actually, that's a different Sean Daly.
  8:26pm Boobie:

Davie Allan & The Arrows! Thanks for the music! Play all of the CD!!!

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