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Playlist for 24 September 2008 Favoriting | Your Global Econominc Collapse Hit Parade

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Artist Song Album Comments Approx. start time
Peppersound Studios  Financial Partners With Security   Favoriting  
0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Smith  Recession or Depression   Favoriting  
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Leslie Gore  The Bubble Broke   Favoriting  
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Bedful of Metaphysicians  For Cash   Favoriting  
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Henry Flynt & The Insurrections  Goodbye Wall Street   Favoriting  
0:10:08 (Pop-up)
Tips on the Stock Market  Eddie Cantor   Favoriting     0:16:37 (Pop-up)
Negativland  No Business   Favoriting  
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Music behind DJ:
Booket T. And The MGs 
Fannie Mae   Favoriting     0:21:40 (Pop-up)
Tom Waits  Step Right Up   Favoriting  
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The Fall  Lie Dream of a Casino Soul   Favoriting  
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Alice Cooper  Billion Dollar Babies   Favoriting  
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Leonard Cohen  Everybody Knows   Favoriting  
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Nancy Sinatra  Who Will Buy?   Favoriting  
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Kenny Rogers  The Gambler   Favoriting     0:49:37 (Pop-up)
Rex Allen  Tiny Bubble   Favoriting  
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Bennie Morton & His Orchestra  The Gold Digger's Song   Favoriting     1:04:01 (Pop-up)
Jimi Hendrix  Takin' Care of Business   Favoriting  
1:06:48 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash  Busted   Favoriting  
1:10:53 (Pop-up)
Red Shadow  Understanding Marx   Favoriting  
1:12:32 (Pop-up)
Wire  Mr Marx's Table   Favoriting  
1:17:28 (Pop-up)
The Crucifucks  Go Bankrupt and Dire   Favoriting  
1:24:16 (Pop-up)
Gang of Four  Capital (It Fails Us Now)   Favoriting     1:26:01 (Pop-up)
Patti Smith  Free Money   Favoriting  
1:30:52 (Pop-up)
The Free Design  Bubbles   Favoriting  
1:35:39 (Pop-up)
Bernanke Bubble Blower        1:38:03 (Pop-up)
The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy  Financial Leprosy   Favoriting  
1:44:45 (Pop-up)
Invisible Skratch Piklz  Gimmee My Godamn Money   Favoriting     1:50:14 (Pop-up)
Flying Lizards  Money   Favoriting     1:56:45 (Pop-up)
Plastix  Die Deutsche Bank   Favoriting  
1:59:08 (Pop-up)
Mighty Sam  Fannie Mae   Favoriting  
2:06:41 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  No Money Down   Favoriting  
2:09:10 (Pop-up)
Watt Wilfong  No Money Down Blues   Favoriting  
2:12:19 (Pop-up)
Norris The Troubador  The Wall Street Daily Cry   Favoriting     2:15:16 (Pop-up)
Daniel Johnston  Big Business Monkey   Favoriting  
2:18:30 (Pop-up)
Rodd Keith  No Money Down Blues   Favoriting     2:22:03 (Pop-up)
Geoff Leigh  Chemical Bank   Favoriting  
2:25:53 (Pop-up)
L Ron Hubbard  The Banker   Favoriting Battlefield Earth    2:28:33 (Pop-up)
10cc  The Wall Street Shuffle   Favoriting  
2:32:30 (Pop-up)
Blur  Bank Holiday   Favoriting     2:36:20 (Pop-up)
RIAA  Guess I'm Falling Into Bubbles   Favoriting  
2:38:17 (Pop-up)
People Like Us & Mr Rotorvator & S. Norris  Time to Blow Some Bubbles   Favoriting     2:41:30 (Pop-up)
Ted Shred  Doc vs Don Ho Tiny Bubbles   Favoriting     2:43:05 (Pop-up)
Wreckless Eric  Take The K.A.S.H,   Favoriting     2:49:14 (Pop-up)
Bobby McFerrin  Don't Worry, Be Happy   Favoriting     2:53:55 (Pop-up)

Listener comments!

  9:03am C:

I have an idea. Maybe the Treasury could have a two week Marathon to raise the cash.
  9:03am JJZ:

Good morning.
  9:03am Ron Badald:

Hoo Daily!
  9:03am R. P.:

Weu Heu! Premier commentaire!
  9:04am R. P.:

  9:04am Lizardner Dave:

We're all screwed. Good morning!
  9:05am Ken:

Morning all! Songs about bubbles, derivative swaps, t0bills, all welcome this AM,
  9:05am annie:

good morning everyone...
  9:06am C:

Chuck Brown covers all those bases with "Money"
  9:06am Ken:

Also, anybody have a link to live audio from the congressional hearing this morning?
  9:08am Lizardner Dave:

The Ned Beatty "Network" speech works too, doesn't it?
  9:09am Ghengis Jung:

Maybe CSpan?
  9:11am Ghengis Jung:
  9:11am JJZ:

Fun, Fun, Fun by the Beach Boys? Oh, wait, T-bills.
  9:12am Negator:

Goodbye, Wall Street! Good morning, little schoolgirl!
  9:17am Negator:

We are suckers. Again.
We are suckers.
We are suckers. Go on.
We are suckers.
We are suckers.
We are suckers.
  9:18am Negator:

I really feel like a rape victim, not a sucker. Fudgepecker.
  9:18am R. P.:

How about the theme song for Gerald Ford's WIN (Whip Inflation Now) campaign? I remember this, but can't find it anywhere. Meredith (The Music Man) Wilson was the composer.
  9:22am Lizardner Dave:

Is anyone else concerned about how all this could affect WFMU? For instance folks that have had their savings screwed by all this might have to contribute less next marathon. Not good.
  9:23am jan:

A theme show that begins impressively- both audibly and visually!
  9:27am Ken From Hyde Park:

Yeah...maybe it's a good time for one of Ken's state of the station addresses to talk about finances. Let's hope no one is foreclosing on the building. Also, any news on the Manhattan transmitter project? lists a vaiety of CSPAN feeds.
  9:27am Derek Smith:

Pink Floyd - Money.
Or is that too boringly predictable?
  9:28am Joel:

C-Span 3 will have the hearing on at 2:30p
  9:30am Bad Ronald:

Heavenly Bank Account
  9:30am el wood:

what was that lovin spoonful ditty with the typewriter percussion?. was it called "money"?
  9:30am Negator:

Raise your hand if your books are "cooked".
  9:30am Mao Jones:

Dow down 4
  9:31am jan:

couldn't make a more astute real estate investment than the house of WFMU purchase long ago, and now that I think of it, so was buying the radio staton from Uppsala college. Ken for secretary of the treasury- he IS fiscally responsible.
  9:32am Laurie:

Hiiiiiii Ken.
  9:32am Leonard Cohen:

"Everybody Knows"
  9:32am Joel:

One warning. I watched yesterday's Senate hearing. It is depressing! Watching Henry Paulson, former head of Goodman Sachs telling Senators he needs $70B in a lump sum, now. I believe the legal term is "extortion".
  9:33am Ghengis Jung:

"the large print giveth, and the small print taketh away"
  9:35am Joel:

"Epitaph", King Crimson. "...the world is in the hand of fools"
  9:36am Lizardner Dave:

It only has tangential money references, but "Ashes of American Flags" by Wilco seems appropriate. Or is that too "Dad Rock" for Ken's show?
  9:36am R. P.:

That's $700B. But who's counting?
  9:37am mp:

"all you need is money" - yximalloo from 198six tokyo
  9:38am Ken:

Ach, is there no senate hearing audio NOW? Maybe on NPR?
  9:38am Bad Ronald:

Let's Have A War
  9:38am Lizardner Dave:

Speaking of crappy financial news:
"RIAA: Details Royalty Deal With Online Radio "
  9:39am Ken:

Hey Bad Ronald, dont you have a song called "Bank?"
  9:39am Mickey Mephistopheles:

I'm waiting for the day when the CEOs applying for financial assistance for their corporations are forced to take weekly piss tests and to be systematically humiliated at the hands of welfare caseworkers. (I'm not holding my breath.)
  9:40am Joel:

Oops, But hey, it's only taxpayer money. $70B, $700B what's the difference to Paulson and his cronies? They probably don't pay much taxes anyway.
  9:42am Mickey Mephistopheles:

Anyone played "Welfare for the Rich" by Chris T's old band The Nihilistics yet? (Will need a small amount of FCC cleanup, though)
  9:42am Negator:

I remember listening to William Cooper's radio show on Voice of America in the early 90's and he opened his show with "Everybody Knows". I thought it was very creepy. He played the whole song. Did anyone else like his creepy-ass show. Some of the best radio I've ever heard.
  9:42am Bad Ronald:

That's the "rap" Bad Ronald - We are the punk band that appeared on Belock's show...
We do have a song "We Do Heroin" supplied by the government...
but it's not as relevant.
  9:43am Bad Ronald:

"Everybody Knows" - is perfect!
  9:44am Chas.:

Dang--Did Leonard write this just last week?
  9:44am Negator:

You could play that Woody Guthrie song, "Facists born to Lose"
  9:45am Ghengis Jung:

Minutemen - Sell or be Sold
  9:46am Listener David:

Bare Naked Ladies.... If I had a million dollars
  9:47am annie:

not the live version
  9:47am Vicki:

you're loving the fall of the western world, aren't you, Ken?
  9:47am Doug:

Oh, this Nancy is fantastic ...
  9:47am Ken:

  9:48am Dickdong:

Nobody Knows ....
You When You're Down and Out.
(How many times has that been done?)
  9:48am GP:

Morning all
Flying Lizards - Money, it's what I want..I know its a cover but I really like their version.
  9:48am R. P.:

Once I built a railroad/Made it run/Made it race against time...
  9:48am Doug:

Now, who's the orchestra? Also nelson-Riddle like
  9:49am Bad Ronald:

Take the cash (K.A.S.H.)
  9:49am Doug:

Or USC marching band ...
  9:51am Negator:

...then The Gambler touched my thigh....
  9:51am GP:

OK, now I know FMU has the MOST complete record collection in the free world!
  9:53am Brian C.:

Bubblegum? SY/Evol
  9:53am marionfrenchie:

God bless the child, Billie Holiday ...
  9:54am Negator:

...then somewhere in the darkness I heard The Gambler groanin'"
  9:55am bzul:

If Kenny Rogers makes the cut in the choir of crisis, then the playlist purse could certainly fit Monty Python's Money Song: "I've got ninety thousand pounds in my pajamas..."
  9:56am Negator:

Ken, "is the dealin'" done?
  9:56am ZippyD:

Has anyone had problems with Prozac after stopping abruptly? Since stopping a week ago I've had nausea, dizziness, fainting spells and tremors and . My doctor said the problems will eventually stop.
  9:56am cribley:

If only we had given $700bil to Kenny Rogers 10 years ago, we might still be able to get some roasters ...
  9:58am GP:

Cribley......"it's the wood that makes it good"
  10:00am R. P.:

  10:00am Richard:

Ken, this is the NPR Marketplace music - for when stocks are up!
  10:00am Bad Ronald:

Come And Get It
  10:01am Negator:

  10:02am Ernest:

Tom Verlaine and the Million Dollar Bashers - Cold Irons Bound
  10:03am annie:

see i thought i was the only one who was tickled pink by this melt-down
  10:03am annie:

i cashed in my retirement years ago, could smell it coming..
  10:04am Paulson:

Dear WFMU listeners:

I need to ask you to support an urgent secret business relationship with a
transfer of funds of great magnitude.

I am Ministry of the Treasury of the Republic of America. My country has had
crisis that has caused the need for large transfer of funds of 800 billion
dollars US. If you would assist me in this transfer, it would be most
profitable to you.
I am working with Mr. Phil Gram, lobbyist for UBS, who will be my
replacement as Ministry of the Treasury in January. As a Senator, you may
know him as the leader of the American banking deregulation movement in the
1990s. This transactin is 100% safe.

This is matter of great urgency. We need blank check. We need the funds
as quickly as possible. We cannot directly transfer these funds in the names
of our close friends because we are constantly under surveillance. My family
lawyer advised me that I should look for a reliable and trustworthy person
who will act as a next of kin so the funds can be transferred.

Please reply with all of your bank account, IRA and college fund account
numbers and those of your children and grandchildren to
<> so that we may transfer your commission for
this transaction. After I receive that information, I will respond with
detailed information about safeguards that will be used to protect the

Yours Faithfully,
Minister of Treasury Paulson
  10:04am el wood:

wealth is disease, i am the cure....d. bromberg
  10:05am GP:

Should be a song titled: Sschadenfreude....
probably is, no time to look for it now
  10:05am Bad Ronald:

Funky dollar bill
  10:05am Henry:

AC/DC's Hells Bells may fit the bill...or J. Cash waters rising
  10:05am Sean:

Zappa and the Mothers of Invention: "Trouble Comin Every Day"
  10:05am GP:

Whoa..two Ss...bonus
  10:06am Jeffersonic:

Minister Paulson, you've made me choke on my oatmeal, repeatedly...
  10:06am Lizardner Dave:

If I thought the rich assholes that caused this would suffer I WOULD be enjoying it. Unfortunately they'll get the government bailout dough and those of us with 401K's, etc will get the shaft. Like always.

I wonder how many kids will have to delay or not go to college because their parents savings were vaporized.
  10:06am TTT:

Headline: Congress: Cut pay of bailed-out CEOS
Subhead: Bush administration resists lawmakers' proposals to limit executive pay of companies to be rescued.

Doin' it up like Enron!
  10:07am Bad Ronald:

"Kill The Rich"
  10:07am Gregory:

Perhaps it's an obvious suggestion, but "Buddy Can You Spare a Dime?". It was timely in 1932, and it is timely today.
There is a great version by Paul Motian ("On Broadway, vol. 4" Winter & Winter), but also one I think by Billie Holiday.
  10:08am bb:

ahh this is a geat one..

imso broke i cant even give you the time
  10:08am Brian C.:

"Busted" -- Johnny Cash
  10:09am BZ:

Dead Kennedys- Kill the Poor?
  10:09am Ken:

Check out Jimi's mouth guitar!
  10:09am GP:

I have never heard this Hendrix tune before..thanks Ken....yet again.
  10:09am bb:

the replacements' "need a goddamned job"
  10:12am Ken From Hyde Park:

I've heard tell there's a song "GImme More" that's come out recently. I haven't heard it myself, though, so I can't vouch that it meets the rigorous WFMU quality standards. The singer is a female, from what I understand.
  10:13am Bad Ronald:

Worn Out Suits, Brand New Pockets
  10:14am Kathy C:

"Everything's Okay" from Luke the Drifter by Hank Williams
  10:14am marionfrenchie:

je cherche un millionnaire, by Mistinguett
  10:15am Mao Jones:

Dow down 44
  10:15am Bad Ronald:

Crawling To The USA
  10:16am Parq:

"Understanding Marx"! (Oh yes it will!) Man, I haven't heard this in decades.
  10:17am Doug:

There's a swear in this innit?
  10:17am bb:

sure yr not thinking of suicidal tnedencies "i want more"?
  10:17am Negator:

"No Mercy" by The Stranglers
  10:18am Brian C.:

I'm thinking old Gang of Four… they have a few appropriate tunes… to hell with poverty etc
  10:19am Negator:

"Buried Alive" from the new Motorhead record.
  10:20am Elizabeth:

"I Want More"- CAN, "Everything Counts"-Depeche Mode,
"Where Does All the Money Go"-East River Pipe, "I Hate the Rich"-The Dils, "Natural's Not in it"-Gang of Four.... to name a few-
  10:22am ?:

old school hip hop thing, don't know the artist, "Dollar Bill Y'all" (Dollar Bill Y'all, Dollar Bill Y'all, dolla dolla dolla dolla dolla bill y'all) Jimmy spicer?
  10:23am Wee:

dollars & cents
  10:24am lightning:

Barbara Dane: I Hate the Capitalist System
Malvina Reynolds: Money Crop
  10:24am ?:

"I've got debts no honest man can pay" - something off the Folk Anthology.
  10:24am Bad Ronald:

Paper and Iron
  10:25am Doug:

Ooh, good one Bad Ronald. Great song. And HOLY AWESOME CRUCIFUCKS!! I used to live down the street from this guy.
  10:26am Clayton Pollard:

Song suggestion: To Hell With Poverty by Gang of Four
  10:26am bzul:

Make mix magic:
Ginger Rogers singing We're In The Money in pig latin (Gold Diggers of 1933)!
And just the portions of If I Were a Rich Man, from Fiddler, that sound like they were lifted right from this week's testimony:
"Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum," or, (depending on lyrics source): "Daidle deedle daidle Daidle daidle deedle daidle dum."
And Money, from Cabaret, cuz it's a showwwwww!!!!
  10:26am Elizabeth:

"Pretty Green"-The Jam, "Give Me , Give Me, More, More, More"- The Wonder Stuff
  10:26am lightning:

MONEY Pink Floyd
  10:26am Laurie:

Song suggestion! "Swivelchair" by Nothing Painted Blue, off of Emotional Discipline. It has a line about filing for Chapter 11 BANKRUPTCY.
  10:28am weiterso:

Udo Lindenberg - Der Millionaer hat keine Kohle mehr
  10:28am gz:

hey play "Und endlich stirbt die sehnsucht doch" by Hans Eisler
  10:29am marionfrenchie:

Nick Cave and the bad seeds, Easy Money
Morphine, Murder for the money
  10:30am Bad Ronald:

Beautiful World
  10:31am Ken From Hyde Park:

There may be some good clips of Mr. Burns from The Simpsons. The disco song "More More More." I see that the MSNBC web site has a link to a Bernancke House committe hearing now.
  10:32am ~L:

Yay!!! I was going to request this one!!
  10:32am LIVE NOW:
  10:33am Negator:

'Get in the Swing' by Sparks
  10:34am SueB:

how do you slow down w/o sounding wonky? cool.
  10:35am gz:

"welt voll irrsinn" by Kurt Schwitters
  10:35am Bad Ronald:

Gimme Some Money
  10:36am GP:

  10:37am pg:

"lonely financial zone" jonathan richman
"going down" pink fairies
  10:38am Ernest:

New York Dolls - Personality Crisis
  10:38am Vicki:

I love The Free Design. Especially Kites Are Fun.
  10:39am Mickey Mephistopheles:


I'm feeling poetic, so I'd like to suggest that your glee at the collapse of the stock market is perhaps the ghosts of Stelton Normal School wailing "Rise up! Rise up young workers and take what is rightfully yours!"

But it's probably just schadenfreude.
  10:40am Ghengis Jung:

Head and Leg: (Put the Cow into) The Machine
  10:41am MONTREAL:

"Blowing Bubbles" from Deep Throat Soundtrack
  10:41am elvie:

hey ken - where is the very first image on the playlist from?
  10:41am Vicki:

here you go Ken, a track of mine with lots of BUBBLES vocal samples. It's radio friendly.
  10:41am Brian C.:

Hah, my black little heart wants to hear Ken play some Grateful Dead! How about "Money Money" from Mars Hotel?
  10:41am abby:

king of the road
  10:42am bb:

theres a version of the kutr weill/brecht "what keeps mankind alive" as recited by w.s. burroughs on one of the weill tribute records...september songs, i think...

and ther emust be about 10 woody gutherie numbers...which could be fun with the traktor loop and delay games...ah...4 versions of boomtown bill at phased timing and dift tempos?
  10:43am Ken From Hyde Park:

We have a DVD with some Baby Huey cartoons. In one, he goes "Hey Santa, I need more bubble water." The fox (disguised as Santa Claus) pours him a bubble pipe full of nitroglycerin. Chaos ensues.
  10:43am Bad Ronald:

High at The OTB
  10:43am Robert g:

Ken, go for DJ Shadow's "Why Hip-Hop Sucks in '96" for an excellent sample of this dude going "It's the money..."
  10:44am bb:

oooh, i need some bubble sounds/samples
  10:45am GP:

Ken, what is this from, COPS or something?
  10:45am R. P.:

"Forever Blowing Bubbles" performed by Cockney Rejects?
  10:46am nh_dave:

wow mike franti when he was even more radical
  10:46am Ghengis Jung:

Nina Simone : Backlash Blues
  10:46am Thatan, Printh of Darkneth:

(correction; Stelton Modern School, for the record)
  10:47am Parq:

Chug does a nifty cover of Abba's "Money Money Money"
  10:47am Bad Ronald:

99 Luftballoons
  10:48am PMD:

You really need some Don Ho. Tiny the wine..
  10:50am GP:

Umm..pretty much anything playable from Public Enemy.

Good choice Bad Ronald..especially the German (original) version
  10:51am Denise in Washington, DC:

This show is the only thing I've heard about the financial crisis that has made any sense.
  10:53am -max-:

Song suggestion: "Who you gonna doo-doo on today?" by R. Stevie Moore
  10:55am Lizardner Dave:

Thanks for the "Network" Ken!
  10:55am JCityJensen:

  10:56am GP:

  10:56am Lizardner Dave:

"Why me?"
"Because you're on television, dummy."
  10:57am MONTREAL:

"No Depression in Heaven" Carter Family
  10:57am Vivian:

Freedom of Choice by Devo
  10:57am Lewis:

Loving the Show!
  10:59am abby:

Francis Cabrel - Repondez-Moi,
m c solaar, paradisiaque, L'Argent Ne Fait Pas le Bonheur
  10:59am Brian C.:

Up up and awayyy, in my beautiful balloon! 5th dimension
  11:00am ?:

how about Eisler together with "born in the usa"
  11:02am Laurie:

"Swivelchair" by Nothing Painted Blue is a GOOD SONG.
  11:03am Vivian:

Harnessed in Slums, by Archers of Loaf
  11:03am Ernest:

the ex - stupid americans
  11:04am JCityJensen:

When's the record fair....
  11:04am moneymaker:
  11:06am ?:
  11:06am Jessica:

I'll see your "radical", nh_dave, and raise you two "avante"s and one "garde".

And offer Let's Have a War, a la Fear.
  11:14am Leslie:

is there a way we can see the comments after the show is over? I would love to listen to the archives, while pretending I'm in "real" time
  11:16am Ken:

Leslie - the comments stay up after the show is over, they just go to the bottom of the page (frames end after the show ends).
  11:19am Jim:

How's about Dr. Teeth's/The Old Codger's "Money Song"?
  11:19am Mao Jones:

Down down only 35! Booyah!
  11:20am GP:

Jessica, is that red Bel-Air yours?.. ( on bended knee) if so I offer copious amounts of typewriter ribbon in proposal!
  11:21am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:23am Carmichael:

The Kinks' "A Gallon of Gas"
  11:25am lightning:

Do Re Mi Woody Guthrie
  11:26am annie:

anything from "meaning of life" ?
  11:27am Denise in Washington, DC:

How 'bout "Legal Tender" by the B-52s?
  11:28am Jessica:

Don't I wish, GP. It belongs to a sometime-coworker, who cares for it quite properly and sometimes lets us watch. It smells as sexy as it looks.
another grainy portrait of radical:
I was 15. It was an instamatic. If I leave them up, I will also post the shots of myself on that stage. Those are ... special.
  11:28am joan:

Great job with your show Ken - you always find the most appropriate music.
  11:28am Bad Ronald:

  11:28am dei xhrist:

Meanwhile, in Moderateville, you can buy a house for under $100,000 and have me as a neighbor. Can I borrow a cup of outdated synthesizers?
  11:29am MONTREAL:

"Pay Your Rates" The Fall
  11:29am Laurie:

For some reason, I don't think L. Ron Hubbard is a reputable banker.
  11:30am Laurie:

Also, I'm pretty sure this song is an accurate description of how $cientology works.
  11:31am onken:

splash splosh splish
  11:32am Carmichael:

Boy, he's a multi-talented sum bitch.
  11:33am Carmichael:

  11:33am JCityJensen:

The Old Croger "Money" from Hot Cakes and Hot Mamas!
  11:34am Vicki:

Ken's playing 10cc
  11:35am GP:

10-4 on that ..there is one knocking around here as well, I have never seen it stopped nearby so that I can check it there are a lot of interesting body poses happening in that pic!
  11:35am annie:

do they really believe we are that gullible.... oh yeah...
  11:36am Denise in Washington, DC:

The Wallflowers may be fairly lame, but they do have a highly appropriate song: "Somebody else's money."

And let's not forget Spinal Tap: "Gimme Some Money."
  11:37am Dean Jones:

Kens playing Blur!
  11:37am Carmichael:

I'm lookin' for pound notes, loose change, bad checks, anything ...

Gimme Some Money
  11:37am bb:

yes!..this is encouraging me to toss the laptop across the, its been years
  11:37am Bad Ronald:

Go Mr Cummings!!!
  11:39am Bad Ronald:

"The Chickens have come home to roost"!
  11:39am Parq:

Hatch played 10 CC yesterday, sorta kinda, playing J Dilla's "Workin' On It", which heavily samples "Worst Band In the World". I was a big fan of that album (10cc's second) at the time of its original release. Jeez, that was a long time ago . . .
  11:40am gz:

carcass - "Reek of putrefaction"
  11:42am R. P.:

The two chickens in every pot have come home to roost.
  11:42am Carmichael:

  11:43am Bad Ronald:

Amen - R.P.
  11:43am Lizardner Dave:

I think the issue is that the roosts have come for their chickens. And popcorn.
  11:43am Ghengis Jung:

  11:44am Ernest:

paul simon
the boy in the bubble
  11:45am Vivian:

I know ,only 17 minutes left, but what about run on the excerpt from It's a Wonderful Life when George Bailey encounters a run at the bank?
  11:46am Carmichael:

The Pogues, "Sitting on Top of the World"
  11:47am annie:

how about "don't worry, be happy"
  11:47am Vivian:

Darn! Fingers not fast enough to edit!
  11:48am Denise in Washington, DC:

I would love to hear Ken play Cher. She's got a song called "When the Money's Gone" that would be awesome in this playlist But I would love to hear Ken play Cher in any event, just on general principle.
  11:50am Mao Jones:

Dow down 49
  11:50am Lizardner Dave:

"When the World is Running Down" by the Police. Wooooo....album oriented rock!
  11:50am pg:

"i love a millionaire" mekons
  11:54am randy in NC:

King's Lead Hat -- splish splash I was rakin' in the cash
  11:54am John:

Offshore Banking Business by The Members, from URGH! A MUsic War?
  11:55am bb:

Calloway - "I Wanna Be Rich" is this applicable?
  11:55am Carmichael:

Ken took a request!!
  11:56am Ghengis Jung:

@Doug, re: Crucifucks! Who did you live down the street from? Doc Dart?
  11:57am GP:

There is enough material here for about a weeks worth of shows...don't worry this "financial crisis" will be with us for awhile....plenty of time to get in all of the requests.
  11:58am Carmichael:

GP, thanks for always looking on the "half full" side.
  11:59am bored:

is this not funny or am i in a bad mood
  12:00pm PMD:

I know! I'm amazed! And honored... Don Ho loves you all.
  12:02pm Carmichael:

Tiny Bubbles composer: Leon Pober
Mills Brothers -- 1967
Ho -- 1969
  12:02pm dc pat:

Do Re Mi by Woody
  12:03pm Lizardner Dave:

Bored, it's like cracking jokes at a funeral to relieve the tension. When WFMU falls $100k short of their goal at the next marathon because all of our bank accunts have been hosed, that's when we'll do the crying. In the meantime might as well enjoy the social chaos!
  12:03pm GP:

Always the optimist, never the bride
  12:04pm Parq:

Great show, chief. I'm still scared down to my socks, but now I have jokes to make about it. Thanks again to Minister Paulson.
  12:04pm JCityJensen:

Money Lovin' Woman

Chandos McRill & The Perryville Melody Boys

Hillbilly Hop Vol 4
  12:06pm bb:

who is this other person using my name? i'd never think of clloway
  12:07pm Ike:

LD, I could be wrong, but WFMU marathons do well in bust years, not just boom years. IIRC. (Although maybe there are more pledges defaulted upon in the bust years?)
  12:19pm BB:
  12:41pm ?:
  2:31pm Lizardner Dave:

I hope you're right Ike. I know I'll have to cut back if I lose my job (I'm not in the financial sector, I'm in the media biz but we're already hearing ominous phrases like "cost containment initiatives" around the office) and even if I don't the ol' retirement fund has taken quite the ass-kicking. If it comes down to "support FMU and eat Alpo" or "don't support FMU and at least eat canned pork 'n' beans", well, dog food doesn't really appeal to me.
  1:24pm cynthia:

Brilliant show.
  10:31am Pamela Rice:

Sept. 24 show was particularly brilliant, Ken. But you're my all-time favorite dj anywhere, any time, anyway, so I think you're pretty brilliant already. I have an idea for an WFMU show. Check out TalkingStickTV dot org ... The NYC area could go to town with a similar program / Web site. Nu?
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