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Options February 11, 2009: Moondog Pesto

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Sexton Ming  Late Night   Options Crumb Girl  0:13:25 (Pop‑up)
An Pierle  Are Friends Electric?   Options Random: A Gary Numan Tribute  0:14:47 (Pop‑up)
Nigel Bunn  Tell Me and I'll Let the Machine Ware [sic] Out   Options Index  0:18:45 (Pop‑up)
Best Fwends  Funk #50   Options stolen from Keili's archive  0:21:09 (Pop‑up)
A Man Who Drives a Tractor  Tractor Drivin' Man   Options Hey Mister! Thinking Tractor?  0:23:40 (Pop‑up)
Keene Brothers  Heaven's Gate   Options Blues and Boogie Shoes  0:30:55 (Pop‑up)
Britney Spears  Phonography   Options Circus  0:33:02 (Pop‑up)
Alfredo Rodriguez Cuba Linda  Cuando Vuelvo a Tu Lado   Options Que Rico!  0:36:23 (Pop‑up)
Josh Turner  Loretta Lynn's Lincoln   Options Your Man  0:41:52 (Pop‑up)
Holly Partridge  Everything New   Options myspace.com/hollypartridge  0:45:50 (Pop‑up)
The Clientele  E.M.P.T.Y.   Options Strange Geometry  0:51:09 (Pop‑up)
Larry Norman  Nightmare #71   Options So Long Ago the Garden  0:55:20 (Pop‑up)
The Uglysuit  Brad's House   Options self-titled  1:01:25 (Pop‑up)
Steve Miller Band  Just a Passing Fancy in a Midnight Dream   Options Your Saving Grace  1:06:23 (Pop‑up)
Oasis  Rock 'N' Roll Star   Options Definitely Maybe  1:13:08 (Pop‑up)
Klaus Beyer  Schaff Dir Nie Ein Auto An   Options Die Fanklubplatte  1:18:15 (Pop‑up)
Twizzle  Falling   Options Soda Fountain  1:20:47 (Pop‑up)
Rufus Wainwright  Wonderful/Song for Children   Options War Child (comp)  1:25:16 (Pop‑up)
Scala and Kolacny Brothers  I Believe In You   Options One-Winged Angel  1:29:46 (Pop‑up)
Dondero High School Band  Livin' Thing   Options Pop Concert 2000  1:32:50 (Pop‑up)
Paul McCartney  That Was Me   Options Amoeba's Secret  1:37:07 (Pop‑up)
Jets for Kids (Harry Partridge)  Supervillain   Options Swindon demos  1:39:55 (Pop‑up)
The Lounge Lizards  Uncle Jerry   Options Voice of Chunk  1:46:38 (Pop‑up)
Gamelan Jegog Werdi Sentana  Tabuh Jagra Winungu   Options Between Heaven & Earth: Traditional Gamelan Music of Bali  1:52:30 (Pop‑up)
Julian Cope  Dhimmi Is Blue   Options Black Sheep  2:09:10 (Pop‑up)
The Brotherhood of Lizards (Martin Newell)  She Dreamed She Could Fly   Options Lizardland  2:17:44 (Pop‑up)
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain  Theme from 'Shaft'   Options youtube.com/watch?v=PfK-UzQ48JE  2:20:30 (Pop‑up)
Lori McKenna  Stealing Kisses   Options Bittertown  2:23:35 (Pop‑up)
Blossom Dearie  The Gentleman Is a Dope   Options Blossom's on Broadway  2:32:06 (Pop‑up)
Blossom Dearie  Unpack Your Adjectives   Options Schoolhouse Rock  2:36:44 (Pop‑up)
Blossom Dearie  Too Good for the Average Man   Options Blossom's on Broadway  2:39:17 (Pop‑up)
Blossom Dearie  Always True to You In My Fashion   Options The Cole Porter Songbook  2:42:48 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:25pm Ghengis Jung:

What was the trumpet thing that played early on?
  3:25pm dc pat:

So, Irwin...quoting FDR, huh?
  3:25pm Carmichael:

Come on! Do I really have the first comment?!?
  3:26pm Jonathan Marx:

Anyone else still got Corn Weenie on the brain?
  3:26pm Carmichael:

  3:28pm Parq:

Hmm, another cover of "Friends" - I only knew abut Moloko's.
  3:28pm Ghengis Jung:

I didn't...
  3:33pm Mac:

James Gang!
  3:37pm annie:

it is a damn beautiful day out there, temps inside are the same as outside.. 53!
  3:39pm BSI:

try some alternate nostril breathing!
  3:41pm Listener David:

Sounds like the Ol' Codger just crept in
  3:46pm NS Andy:

Gotta go!
  4:06pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  4:07pm Corn Weenie:

Really, really!
  4:08pm Sean Daily:

"While San Andreas cleared her throat". Nice.
  4:10pm Doctor Who:

What are YOU doing here?
  4:17pm Sawyer:

Son of a BITCH.
  4:18pm Whatsergolden:

  4:20pm C:

Muzak just died
  4:21pm Parq:

Is it okay for me to say I like this Steve Miller Band stuff much more than the 70s and 80s stuff that made the charts?
  4:23pm Sean Daily:

No it's not, Parq! You know why? Because I'm not here to make friends!

And I'm probably succeeding admirably in my quest.
  4:24pm Everybody:

But something didn't touch me deep inside, the day the Muuuuuzak died.
  4:30pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

speak Enlish, Klaus.
  4:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yes, let's all spake enlish
  4:33pm Carmichael:

Everybody, start in doin' the Twizzle ....

Aah, memories of Dick Van Dyke and that MILFy Laura Petrie.
  4:36pm Buddy Sorrell:

Hey, she was a Petrie DISH!
  4:37pm Carmichael:

Easy there Buddy, Pickles might get mad at ya ...
  4:40pm Sally Rogers:

The last time a guy remembered me he had to go see a shrink for two months.
  4:41pm Buddy:

And every time a guy looks at you, Sal, SOMETHING shrinks for at LEAST two months!
  4:44pm SmallyBiggs:

This song is too Fin' cute!!!!
  4:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm takin' a dive!
  4:46pm SmallyBiggs:

"I believe in you", that is.
  4:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Oh, the ELO cover is way cuter!
  4:47pm Parq:

Properly engineered and mastered, this version of "Livin' Thing" would probably be better than the original.
  4:50pm still b/p:

If I was properly engineered and mastered, I wonder if...
  4:50pm SmallyBiggs:

Where can hear this ELO cover?
  4:51pm Sean Daily:

Irwin, do you have anything from The Fireman?
  4:52pm Carmichael:

Rock rock,
Rock'n'Roll High School,
Rock rock
Rock'n'Roll High School
  4:55pm Parq:

Smally, a little googling reveals that Dondero High was in Royal Oaks MI, and that Glenn Frey is an alum. Even better, their annual Pop Concert Albums, including the 2001 one, are available for free download from the Comfort Stand web site. What would we do without Comfort Stand?

(Can you tell how bored I am with the work on my desk?)
  4:58pm Carmichael:


If you could find the time to serenade us with some Martin Newell, I would place you prominently in my will.
  5:00pm Irwin:

Easy! Coming up within the hawf 'our.
  5:10pm Jimmy Safechuck:

These guys (Gamelan Jegog Werdi Sentana) rock harder than the Dondero High School Band, even, if such a thing is possible.
  5:11pm Carmichael:

Thanks! You're an On Air Personality's On Air Personality.
  5:13pm claire:

Can you throw in some Cafe Tacuba?
  5:14pm Sticky:

How about The Shaggs?
  5:17pm John:

Y. Bhekhirst?!
  5:17pm Laura L:

Helge Schneider?
  5:21pm Irwin:

I'll play Helge for ya, Laur, only if you come to Ken's roast.
  5:22pm texas scott:

"Cease trying to forgive those who wronged you. Aim to kill the self within, not until then will you find there is nothing that even remembers the injury."
just thought of that.
  5:23pm Carmichael:

Y Knot Bhekhirst?!?
  5:26pm Li'l Yung Biggie Bastard:

Y Knot? Bhekcause I said so!! Now go to your room!
  5:27pm Laura L:

Damn it all, I can't go--am obliged to go to yet another person's half-century b.d. celebration tonight. I would if it were not for that--please give the old man a hard time! He should be made to do Molly Shannon's Sally O'Malley routine.
  5:28pm Irwin:

You shall go to bed without your Helge, dearie.
  5:29pm Irwin:

Let me re-phrase that ....
  5:34pm Carmichael:

Awesome! Sounds a little like Urban Turban.
  5:35pm Sean Daily:

You know, for a short time there in the 1920s, you could actually get chicks with a uke. Whatever happened to those halcyon days?
  5:39pm Carmichael:

In the summer, the raccoon coats began to emanate something fierce. And after WWI, "The Maginot Line" went out of style and the dames started swooning over that pretty-boy wuss Rudy Vallee.

The Day the Music Died.
  5:46pm Laura L:

Aw, I should have remembered to ask for Blossom Dearie. R.I.P., Dearie.
  5:50pm Parq:

Yeah, what a shame about Blossom. I don't know whether or not she ever knew about FMU, but she should have, coz most of what I know of her work, I know from listening right here.
  5:53pm Laura L:

Beautiful photo of her accompanies L.A. Times obit.
  5:56pm Parq:

Laura speaks the truth; that photo is terrific. Thanks for that, Miss L!
  5:58pm Laura L:

What a class act she was. I saw her perform in NYC--age 70 somethin. Excellent, naturally.
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