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Artist Title Album Label Approx. start time
Wild Billy Childish & The Musicians Of The British Empire  Dear Santa Claus   Favoriting Christmas 1979  Damaged Goods  0:00:00 Pop-up)  
Jason Ringenberg & Kristi Rose  Lovely Christmas   Favoriting Best Tracks and Side Tracks 1979-2007  Yep Roc  0:03:51 Pop-up)  
Michael Lynch  I'll Be Home For Christmas   Favoriting     0:06:20 Pop-up)  
Grip Weeds  Christmas, Bring Us   Favoriting     0:09:27 Pop-up)  
The Sisterhood  The Rocking Disco Santa Claus   Favoriting various - The American Song-Poem Christmas  Bar None  0:13:52 Pop-up)  
Fat Daddy  Fat Daddy   Favoriting various - A John Waters Christmas  New Line  0:15:30 Pop-up)  
Frank Lee Sprague  Away In A Manger   Favoriting Merry Christmas  Wichita Falls  0:17:33 Pop-up)  
Fleshtones  Champagne Christmas   Favoriting Stocking Stuffer  Yep Roc  0:26:27 Pop-up)  
The Nomads & Handsome Dick Manitoba  American Beat '07   Favoriting various - Vindicated! A Tribute to the Fleshtones  Dirty Water  0:28:24 Pop-up)  
Graham Day & the Gaolers  Glad I'm Not Young   Favoriting Triple Distilled  Damaged Goods  0:32:25 Pop-up)  
Fuad and the Feztones  Cairo Twist   Favoriting Beeramid  Ricochet  0:37:09 Pop-up)  
The Mohawks  Sweet Soul Music   Favoriting The Champ  Vampisoul  0:37:35 Pop-up)  
Arthur Conley  I Got a Feeling   Favoriting More Sweet Soul  Collector's Choice  0:39:08 Pop-up)  
King Kahn & The Shrines  Torture   Favoriting The Supreme Genius of...  Vice  0:42:05 Pop-up)  
Martinets  I'm Gonna Make You Mine   Favoriting New Stories For Men  Scooch Pooch  0:49:48 Pop-up)  
Powerchords  Think I'm Gonna   Favoriting title cut  Screaming Apple  0:52:02 Pop-up)  
Manikins  That Train   Favoriting Crocodiles  Full Breach Kicks  0:53:42 Pop-up)  
Love Me Nots  Bulletproof Heart   Favoriting Detroit  Atomic A Go Go  0:56:50 Pop-up)  
Hara-Kee-Rees  Every Night   Favoriting The Magic Pill 7"  Soundflat  0:59:27 Pop-up)  
Pierced Arrows  The Wait   Favoriting Straight To the Heart  Tombstone  1:02:00 Pop-up)  
Apache  Bullet Train   Favoriting Boomtown Gems  Birdman  1:04:25 Pop-up)  
Human Eye  Dinosaur Bones   Favoriting Fragments of the Universe Nurse  Hook Or Crook  1:11:45 Pop-up)  
Goodnight Loving  Take You Home   Favoriting s/t  Off the Hip  1:14:17 Pop-up)  
Golden Boys  James Gentle Giant   Favoriting Goodbye Country  Monofonus  1:18:27 Pop-up)  
Neil Young  #1 Hit Song Rap   Favoriting     1:22:01 Pop-up)  
Brian Jonestown Massacre  Infinite Wisdom Tooth   Favoriting My Bloody Underground  Cargo  1:25:55 Pop-up)  
Animated Egg  Inside Looking Out   Favoriting Guitar Freakout  Sundazed  1:30:59 Pop-up)  
Royal Purple  Tramp   Favoriting The Time Element  Umbrella  1:40:14 Pop-up)  
Bevis Frond  Splendid Isolation   Favoriting Miasma  Rubric  1:43:33 Pop-up)  
Gary Usher  Harder and Harder   Favoriting Barefoot Adventure The 4 Star Sessions 1962-66  Sundazed  1:46:42 Pop-up)  
Dragontears  Sunrise   Favoriting Tambourine Freak Machine  Bad Afro  1:48:18 Pop-up)  
The Captains  Jenny   Favoriting various - The Time Was Then Is Now  Tokyo No  1:53:41 Pop-up)  
Phantom Jets  Ask For Nothing   Favoriting Play the Phantom Jet Set  Screaming Apple  1:55:52 Pop-up)  
Patron Saints  I Never Loved Her   Favoriting 7"  Brain Eraser  1:59:33 Pop-up)  
Brother JT3  Accident Waiting   Favoriting Jelly Roll Gospel  Drag City  2:03:23 Pop-up)  
The Pete Best Band  Round and Round   Favoriting Hayman's Green  Casbah  2:11:48 Pop-up)  
Cobra Verde  I Could Go To Hell For You   Favoriting Haven't Slept All Year  Scat  2:14:54 Pop-up)  
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks  Hopscotch Willie   Favoriting Real Emotional Trash  Matador  2:18:00 Pop-up)  
18th Dye  Go n Go   Favoriting Amorine Queen  Crunchy Frog  2:24:21 Pop-up)  
The Lost Crusaders (w/ Laura Cantrell)  Have You Heard About The World?   Favoriting title cut  Everlasting  2:28:21 Pop-up)  
Red Simpson  Runaway Truck   Favoriting Roll Truck Roll  Sundazed  2:29:25 Pop-up)  
Freddie Steady's Wild Country  Ballad of Clovis Morose   Favoriting Ten Dollar Gun  Steady Boy  2:31:58 Pop-up)  
Robert Gordon  Mama's Little Baby   Favoriting Satisfied Mind  Koch  2:34:42 Pop-up)  
Supersuckers  Sunset On a Sunday   Favoriting Get It Together  Mid-Fi  2:37:47 Pop-up)  
Lords of Altamont  Livin Hell   Favoriting The Altamont Sin  Gearhead  2:44:13 Pop-up)  
Victor Bravo  Make the Escape   Favoriting Sky Full of Messages    2:47:23 Pop-up)  
Bee Dee Kay & the Roller Coaster  Hot Skinny Girl   Favoriting Lowdown and Dirty  Soundflat  2:52:25 Pop-up)  
Wax Museums  Dogs of America   Favoriting s/t  Douche Master  2:54:46 Pop-up)  
Major Stars  Half Centered Half Sane   Favoriting Mirror/Messenger  Drag City  2:55:39 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

  12:03pm SmokinJ:

Let's Rock children!
  12:11pm annie:

how about some of the old christmas greetings tapes from the beatles?
  12:12pm Rubble:

Good idea annie! We have 2 more shows before christmas.. woo hoo!!
  12:12pm ak:

christmas from studio one
  12:13pm PMD:

Don't forget Kwaanza, Hanukkah, um, hugging a tree, um...
  12:15pm rubble:

  12:15pm Bad Ronald:

Speaking of the Beatles, I don't know much about
Michael Lynch or the history of the tune but does he credit George Harrison on "I'll be Home For Christmas"?
  12:22pm Sean Daily:

Eighth comment! Woo hoo!

Happy Thanksgivichristmakwanzukkah!
  12:23pm Rubble:

Ebenezer Belock! Glorious! Glorious!!
  12:28pm SmokinJ:

Streng Rules..
  12:30pm jeff:

how about "merry xmas everybody" by slade
  12:39pm Rubble:

Beeramid is all hits. I'm really impressed, all kidding aside. It's a killer record.
  12:40pm bzul:

For Christmas, I want the organ more up front all the way through this.
  12:45pm Bad Ronald:

I would like to bring attention to the fact that I am refraining from any up front organ jokes.
  12:50pm bzul:

So noted that BR bein' so nice and non-naughty because we know who's making a list...
  12:51pm annie:

BR-i just heard from JMcG. in the works...
  12:52pm Bad Ronald:

It was hard... to resist!

K, thanks for the update Annie/!
  12:54pm bzul:

..keep it up(!) a few weeks and maybe "101 Organ Jokes For All Occasions" will be under the tree!
  12:55pm Karl:

Hi Joe,

Stuck in bed with flu and scanning the internet for radio stations and came across WFMU. Great music!
Then you mentioned Wild Billy Childish, and I thought I send you a message, as I happen to know Billy. We sometimes see him up in town in Camden, the Dirty Water Club and he had a Private View up in London a couple of weeks ago.
You may be interested in another 'local' band from Kent (England): Ben Cooper Rockin is a competely different proposition though, but check out www.coopermania.co.uk

  12:56pm risky!:

kill it with the rock & roll! ! !
  12:56pm annie:

welcome to the sandbox karl
  12:56pm geezer:

You Rock Karl!
  12:58pm risky!:

this is the best designed DJ page ever... not to mention the best logo in WFMU!

____________R I S K Y
  12:59pm PMD:

I do indeed love the logo. I was noticing it again today.
  1:02pm Joe B:

Glad you are digging the logo. It was done by Robert Piersanti piersantistudios.com. He also did the Terre T logo and lots of other cool stuff for FMU.

Hi everybody, thanks for tunin in today!
  1:03pm Pre_Menstrual_Delay:

Fuckin' A we be rockin'!
  1:04pm dc pat:

just got that Billy Childish xmas album...that makes about 30 albums by him I have...
  1:05pm Joe B:

Bad Ronald - no credit on the ML tune - he sent an mp3.

Karl, thanks for the tip, get well soon.
  1:06pm annie:

pat do you put them in the 'puter immediatly so they can be saved?
  1:08pm dc pat:

funny you should mention that--29 of them are on vinyl. That xmas one is the first Childish album I have on CD. Sooo, haven't listened to his stuff in awhile.
  1:08pm detroitdave:

Thanks Joe, caught the end of that and wanted to hear more of it.
  1:09pm annie:

wow, still vinyl. you rock.. get yourself a burner for the turntable .. still have to hook this one up here... yeah, right...
  1:10pm Karl:

Only another 80 or so albums to go... Check out Billy's first band The Pop Rivets (esp Beatle Boots).

Many thanks for all the well wishers. Glad I found this station, just the sort of medication I need ...

  1:10pm annie:

hang around karl, it only gets better..
  1:14pm detroitdave:

Looks like you have a great set going..........I gotta start takin lunch earlier!
  1:15pm cd pat:

yep, I have Pop Rivets. I think the Milkshakes were the best.
  1:16pm dc pat:

annie: I borrowed a friends burner and succeeded in digitizing a grand total of 2 albums. That ain't gonna happen..
  1:18pm annie:

yeah, i tried it a couple of years ago with a download program.. it was okay, but i just did not dig the editing part.. and so i gave it up .. have a new burner here, now. will try that sometime this winter..
  1:20pm Bad Ronald:

Thanks Joe, I was thrown off by the title and lyrics when the tune was obviously George's. I guess it's a Weird Al type homage.
  1:23pm dc pat:

hey Joe, play the Pop Rivets. ModModMod LimbarettaVespaScootah!
  1:24pm PMD:

Pat and Annie - why not just play them on a turntable! (I know, I know, you can't input that into an MP3 player).
  1:25pm annie:

oh man....
  1:26pm dc pat:

I can't find the power cable to my turntable! ...so I guess converting them is TOTally out of the question
  1:26pm annie:

PMD- oh for sure, but i really hate lugging these things around anymore.. but i guess i'm here for the duration, so maybe it matters not...
  1:28pm PMD:

DC Pat - I'm sure there's some way to get a power cord... Annie, I know. I just moved and have a box full of records - though I only recently was given an old turntable. If / when I move again, I will indeed be cursing the vinyl.
  1:29pm Karl:

This becoming a bit of a Billy Childish discussion but check out the Sunday Times Supplement article (I think three or so weeks ago) which give you a good insight into his work (as a painter mainly), well that is what he tells me anyway, check it out online: http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/visual_arts/article4907686.ece
  1:30pm dc pat:


Yeah I know, man. Let me put it this way. Did you ever really need an album, and then when you finally got it, you listen a few times and then never touch again? That's the way I feel about all my music. That's why I listen to the radio.
  1:32pm annie:

you took the words, pat, right out of my front lobe. i think we buy it so we can imprint it on the memory banks.. then the nostalgia kicks in when we get the tune on the radio.. and we can let the dj flip the thing..
  1:34pm Schmegma:

God! How fuckin' sad is that?
  1:34pm annie:

but i do, still, nurse this urge to do radio once again.
  1:37pm dc pat:

it's not sad, it's a sublime addiction. I always need more (and different) and the best dealers are at FMU.
  1:38pm annie:

therefore, i WILL lug my vinyl... whatever it takes.
  1:39pm Schmegma:

And so? You can buy crack and spare the record purchase?
  1:40pm dc pat:

Karl, there's a lot to take in form that article. Thanks. Check out Ian Svenvonius interview of Childish: http://tinyurl.com/bchildish
  1:42pm Bad Ronald:

I dig this Royal Purple tune!
  1:49pm annie:

OMG!!! that is what i've been meaning to do.. i can catalogue and cross reference the lps this winter.. wow.. thanks joe
  1:50pm annie:

better than coutin flowers on the wall..
  1:50pm Jeb:

The Royal Purple tune was written by Bachman Turner Overdrive.
  1:52pm Bad Ronald:

Cool, thanks Jeb!
  1:56pm Jenn:

Thanks for this song. I know they are truly singing to me, though I've never heard this song before. It will be added to my many songs with my name in the title.
  2:13pm dc pat:

Holy crap! Pete Best!
  2:15pm rubble:

And he'll still sign autographs!!! :)
  2:17pm Karl:

Thanks for the link, Pat, will check it out. Not sure whether WFMU plays Modest Mouse stuff, but Billy was their intro to their Royal Albert Hall gig last year.

A young Scottish group may be of interest to some of you guys over there. Even if you don't appreciate the music you might like one of their videos. Check out Shit Disco http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=OXM5LGfpmrE

Out for now.
  2:18pm beatlenerd:

I believe Hayman's Green is where the Casbah Club was.... little Beatles trivia for you all... :)
  2:30pm David Shortell:

Having seen Pete's band play the Stone Pony (whose roof recently collapsed) a few years back, I gotta wonder: is there an additional drummer credited on that record?
  2:31pm dc pat:

maybe Ringo helped him out.
  2:32pm Bad Ronald:

He was that bad?
  2:35pm Cynthia:

Roag Best is always credited and always plays with Pete! Pete didn't leave him in back in Liverpool! Anyway..Pete was great and so was the whole band the 5 or 6 times I've seen them. If they come to your town, check it out. They do all the old, old club stuff. Real rawdy and rockin. Pete's has the same chops as always. He's good.
  2:39pm Bad Ronald:

Thanks for setting the record straight Cynthia.
  2:46pm dc pat:

HEY! This sounds just like 1969!! WTF?!!!!
  2:46pm ?:

nice sleuthwork, sherlock
  2:48pm annie:

kooky gals... hehe
  2:48pm dc pat:

I make joke, question mark.
  2:50pm annie:

surely you jest, exclamation mark
  2:52pm detroitdave:

Joe B's got a great show (many exclamation marks)
  2:55pm detroitdave:

yeah as I was sayin he's got a grea..........hey..media player dropped out again......STONE HIM!!!!
  2:55pm annie:

where the hell has the day gone??
  3:02pm detroitdave:

Another great one Joe, thanks!
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