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Hoodoo Gurus  Where's That Hit?   Favoriting Magnum Cum Louder  EMI Australia  0:00:00 Pop-up)  
The Baseball Project  Golden Sombrero   Favoriting     0:06:58 Pop-up)  
The Baseball Project  The Ballad of Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson   Favoriting     0:07:58 Pop-up)  
Nightmares  Baseball Altamont   Favoriting 7"  Coyote  0:11:07 Pop-up)  
Martinets  Willie Montanez   Favoriting New Stories For Men  Scooch Pooch  0:14:40 Pop-up)  
  Falstaff beer home run ad   various - The Great American Baseball Box  Shout Factory  0:18:45 Pop-up)  
Kelley Stoltz  '84 Tigers   Favoriting 7"  Cass  0:19:14 Pop-up)  
The Fowls  The Yanks Are The Champs   Favoriting various - The Big Itch Vol. 8  Mr. Manicotti  0:25:09 Pop-up)  
Bill Katz & Ruth Roberts  Meet the Mets   Favoriting     0:26:15 Pop-up)  
Wild Carnation  Dodger Blue   Favoriting Tricycle  Delmore  0:30:12 Pop-up)  
Rapiers  Growl   Favoriting various - Soundflat Records' Ballroom Bash Vol. 2  Soundflat  0:38:43 Pop-up)  
Booby Traps  Stop!   Favoriting Makin' It with the Booby Traps  Off the Hip  0:41:01 Pop-up)  
Butchers  Grab & Hold   Favoriting Reach Out! With the Butchers  Kaiser  0:42:57 Pop-up)  
Seeds  Pictures and Designs   Favoriting     0:45:53 Pop-up)  
Gruesomes  Why Me?   Favoriting Gruesomania  Ricochet  0:48:22 Pop-up)  
Sons of Moon  Everyday   Favoriting So Long Sunrise    0:51:45 Pop-up)  
Movie Star Junkies  This Is Not a Light   Favoriting Melville  Voodoo Rhythm  0:54:22 Pop-up)  
Vermillion Sands  Trouble In My Way   Favoriting 7"  Fat Possum  0:58:23 Pop-up)  
Boston Spaceships  Keep Me Down   Favoriting The Planets Are Blasted  Guided By Voices Inc  1:05:32 Pop-up)  
Sally Crewe & the Sudden Moves  Call the Police   Favoriting Your Nearest Exit May Be Behind You  8-Track Mind  1:07:07 Pop-up)  
Gurus  Soup   Favoriting The Swing of Things  Rainbow Quartz  1:10:12 Pop-up)  
Sand Pebbles  Red Orange Purple and Blue   Favoriting A Thousand Wild Flowers  Double Feature  1:11:49 Pop-up)  
Gris Gris  Year Zero   Favoriting Live at theCreamery  Birdman  1:21:16 Pop-up)  
Buffalo Killers  It's a Shame   Favoriting Let It Ride  Alive  1:26:23 Pop-up)  
Neil Innes  Imitation Song   Favoriting   www.innesbookofrecords.com  1:39:38 Pop-up)  
A.C. Newman  Submarines of Stockholm   Favoriting Get Guilty  Matador  1:43:07 Pop-up)  
Resonars  She Did   Favoriting That Evil Drone  Burger  1:47:18 Pop-up)  
The Wind  What's The Fun?   Favoriting Where It's At  Vinyl Countdown  1:50:42 Pop-up)  
Shrubs  Don't Walk Away   Favoriting Zod, King of Spoons    1:52:10 Pop-up)  
Bee Gees  Marley Purt Drive   Favoriting Odessa 3CD reissue  Reprise  1:56:20 Pop-up)  
Bee Gees  Melody Fair demo   Favoriting Odessa 3CD reissue  Reprise  1:58:27 Pop-up)  
Coachmen  Too Many Reasons   Favoriting various - Get Off My Back! Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 1  Norton  2:04:59 Pop-up)  
Treez  You Lied To Me Before   Favoriting various - Music For Abnormal People    2:08:14 Pop-up)  
Troyes  I Don't Need You   Favoriting various - Quagmire Vol. 1    2:10:53 Pop-up)  
Gino Garrido  Baby I Love You   Favoriting various - Cazumbi: African Sixties Garage Vol. 1    2:11:54 Pop-up)  
Wau Y Los Arrrghs!!!  It's Great   Favoriting Viven!!!  Munster  2:14:45 Pop-up)  
Norvins  You Got It Right   Favoriting Time Machine  Soundflat  2:17:56 Pop-up)  
Love Me Nots  Move In Tight   Favoriting various - Pat Duncan's THEY'RE LIVE at WFMU: 2008 premium    2:20:53 Pop-up)  
Mummies  Stronger Than Dirt   Favoriting     2:22:02 Pop-up)  
Powerchords  Games   Favoriting Think I'm Gonna  Screaming Apple  2:23:44 Pop-up)  
Dex Romweber Duo  Polish Work Song   Favoriting Ruins of Berlin  Bloodshot  2:32:04 Pop-up)  
Lost Crusaders  Whose Name Will I Call   Favoriting Have You Heard About the World?  Everlasting  2:35:02 Pop-up)  
Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys  Slippin' Away   Favoriting Turntable Matinee  Yep Roc  2:38:38 Pop-up)  
Genie Brooks  South Side of Soul Street   Favoriting various - A Fine Time! The South Side of Soul Street  Sundazed  2:42:25 Pop-up)  
Bettye LaVette  Games People Play   Favoriting Do Your Duty  Sundazed  2:45:07 Pop-up)  
Curly Moore and the Cool Ones  Funky Yeah   Favoriting In The Pocket With Eddie Bo  Vampi Soul  2:47:57 Pop-up)  
Catholic Girls  Broken Record   Favoriting     2:52:02 Pop-up)  
Obits  Put It In Writing   Favoriting 7"  Stint  2:55:35 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

  12:04pm stingy d:

  12:05pm annie:

and cheesecake later in the day!
  12:05pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I like to stomp around to Joe's show the most.
  12:09pm Bäd R☺nald:

Joe's a killer!
  12:11pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Joe, you think the mummies might make it on the show this week now that Disney has stopped suppressing music from the ears of its followers?
  12:11pm Mudcat:

I vaguely remember a "Mad About You" episode in which there was a pediatrician named Kekich, no doubt inspired by the Yankees' wife-swapping scandal.
  12:14pm Parq:

"Baseball Altamont" - I just gotta stop and listen to any song with a title like that.
  12:16pm Ward Fowler:

ball game?
  12:18pm Cecile:

I'd suggest Barbara Manning's Dock Ellis, but you would have to use the dump button near the end.

Hey, not now, but could you slide on some Jonny Polonsky latter in the show? thanks
  12:20pm Mudcat:

Dock Ellis's no-hitter on acid must be the all-time greatest sports feat.

You can also play the SF Seals' Denny McLain.
  12:21pm Cecile:

oh, Kelly Stoltz!
And I saw a lot of games at Tiger Stadium that year...aha.
  12:21pm Joe B:

Thanks for SF Seals suggestion - I thought of Denny Mclain earlier but the 7" is nowhere to be found here. Maybe Nick Cage stole it.
  12:21pm G:

Maybe Kelley will namecheck Ernie Harwell...
  12:22pm AnAnonymousParty:

Falstaff! Now all we need are some Stag and/or 905 beer ads.
  12:22pm still b/p:

Oh, yeah, Cage nicked it.
  12:24pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment!
  12:24pm fishmonkeystew:

Dock Ellis' No No, by Chuck Brodsky, please...
  12:25pm Sean Daily:

Watta surprise. The Yanks' fight song is as insufferable as their fans.
  12:27pm Lee:

let's go go white sox
  12:27pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

This mets song, I am pretty sure, was reworked to be the theme song for the Muddy Mudskipper Show from Ren & Stimpy.
  12:27pm Lou:

Play the Carl Yastrzemski song from the impossible dream LP

I heartily echo Sean Daily's comment
  12:27pm Cecile:

we need more team songs with banjo. Or tuba
  12:28pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Mets > Yankees A very simple math equation!
  12:28pm still b/p:

Got "Heart" by Orchestra Luna, Joe?
  12:28pm jeff:

  12:29pm Cecile:

as HL Menken once said: "rooting for the Yankees is like rooting for US Steel"
  12:29pm G:

But what do you *really* think of his performance?
  12:29pm Lizardner Dave:

Is there an FCC-friendly version of Lee Elia's tirade from the early '80s?

Go Yanks!
  12:30pm mike:

there's a really great rare phillies fight song for you: http://www.baseballrecordings.com/fighting%20phils.mp3
  12:30pm Parq:

Haven't heard Luna's "Heart" in decades. And I'm staying out of this religious dispute.
  12:33pm still b/p:

"...just bounced in from the bozo league.."
  12:33pm Carmichael:

This is the morning from hell. Rock me, Joe.
  12:34pm AnAnonymousParty:

I remember seeing Auggie Busch Sr. riding around waving at the crowd on the beer wagon pulled by the Clydesdales with the Budweiser theme booming over the stadium with Stan Khan, probably, at the organ during the 7th inning stretch at Busch Stadium as a kid. Now all you get is a commercial on the Jumbotron.
  12:35pm annie:

all i have to say is i remember when baseball was action packed and i sat on the edge of my seating listening to the games on the radio.. today? weelll.... meh...but i still love the orioles.
  12:36pm Parq:

Modern baseball-going, like modern movie-going, is now merely an exercise in gathering people to expose them to commercial messages. Those of you gearing up to spend time at one of NYC's shiny new Corporate Sponsor Stadiums can have it.
  12:37pm Carmichael:

I was an Oakland A's fan waaaaaay back in the day, until the strike season. Now they can all go suck one.
  12:37pm annie:

parq, i'm on that same bench..
  12:38pm Cecile:

the 70s As were nuts.
I loved 'em as a kid.
  12:41pm PMD:

annie's on a parq bench
  12:42pm annie:

not at all like the group "w" bench....
  12:42pm Lizardner Dave:

@Parq - sports arenas were ALWAYS filled with commercial messages. Take a look at some old-timey photos from the 50s if you don't believe me. Hell, arguably the most famous feature of Ebbets Field was an ad (Hit sign, win suit). Old and quaint or not, ads are ads.
  12:42pm annie:

PMD- i sent you an email...
  12:43pm PMD:

I know. Ihave to ask you more questions... Thank you!
  12:43pm annie:

cool, i'm around today....did that help?
  12:44pm PMD:

Cecile - what has owning Ken brought you?
  12:45pm Carmichael:

Annie, you're showing your age with that "Group W" reference ....
  12:45pm Cecile:

He usually plays a FOTC song for me, and he says hi to me on the comment boards, and announces his show as "The Cecile Cloutier Radio Program" or something like that.
  12:48pm Ponytail:

We love Stingy D!!
  12:49pm annie:

charmichael, i'm proud to admit it.. i'm nearing 60- 4 more years!! wow.. seems weird..my mind is still in the gutter of 26 or so.
  12:50pm Carmichael:

I'm just ribbin' ya. I'm over 50 myself, so I recognized the reference immediately. Which, of course, implicates me too.
  12:51pm stingy d:

totally gonna make out.
  12:51pm PMD:

I'm proud to say I didn't get the reference. Whew.
And this song by Gruesomania I thought was south park at first.
  12:53pm annie:

i can take a ribbing...i knew you was ... ;) i am soo way happy that i have been willing to change with the times. it helped that i had a truely awesome kid, too
  12:53pm PMD:

annie, I'll send some photos to show what I want to do. the plants you mention I don't even know about...
  12:55pm Officer Obie:

It's good you didn't get upset about missin' the reference -- 'cuz, kid, we don't want any hangings.
  12:59pm annie:

you were just makin sure..
  1:00pm Bäd R☺nald:

Did you think I was gonna hang myself for litterin'?
  1:03pm Parq:

That was horrible. If you guys want to end the war and stuff, you got to post loud.

PS. Oh, those bygone days when lefties wouldn't think twice about calling gays "faggots".
  1:04pm annie:

did you see that film about (alex?) abel; the performance artist extraordinaire who announced he had found the lost 17 minutes? he held a press conference and everything. room full of reporters, and he turned on the tape... nada!! it turns out his secretary erased the tape.. what a hoot..
  1:06pm annie:

the same fellow who insisted that women should not be allowed to breatfed due to the fact that it was exciting the mothers...
  1:08pm Mart:

Hey Joe. Any chance of getting the Boston Spaceships to play on your show?
  1:10pm Cecile:

Mart, did you hear those tracks and interview Tommy Keene did a few years back? (He's the guitar player in Boston Spaceships). That's a great show to check out in the archives
  1:16pm Mart:

Cecile, thank you! I did not hear the Tommy Keene interview. Is it on the 3 Chord Monte archive? Tommy Keene is awesome. I saw the Spaceships the last time they were in New York.
  1:18pm Carmichael:

OK, since I saw Anthony Bourdain in Mexico last night, I'm going to a taqueria for lunch. Lots and lots of tacos.
  1:21pm d¢ pät:

Did somebody mention Robbie Keane?! Irish national soccer team is playing Italy tomorrow--here's my prediction: IRELAND WILL WIN.
  1:21pm Joe B:


No chance of Boston Spaceships. I asked when the first album was out.

Cecile thanks for the Tommy keene plug! It was Aug. 1 2006. He had to cancel because fo a soar throat but felt bad so he recorded 5 songs at his own studio for us and sent them, then he called on the phone. What a guy!
  1:22pm Carmichael:

Robbo!!!!!!! I see a repeat of 1-0. Left-footed score, falling away ...
  1:24pm detroitdave:

Hi Joe, afternoon all!
  1:26pm Cecile:

It was such a great show, Joe.
It's why I have been a huge fan since '83.
  1:27pm d¢ pät:

right on Carm.
  1:28pm Mart:

I've only just begun to crack the archives and was wondering if Robert Pollard has ever played at FMU?
  1:30pm Joe B:

GBV played on Gaylord's show in 98 or so, when one of the TVT albums was out. Doug Gillard has been on Pseu Braun's show a few times, really cool shows. GBV earlier ... dunno if they ever did anything in east Orange.
  1:31pm Mart:

Thanks Joe!
  1:33pm Lou:

I'm aware of a killer acoustic version of Dragons Awake from FMU live broadcast in '99...where's the rest of that show?
  1:40pm Cecile:

No, Joe! Awesome!
  1:42pm EGOWARRIOR:

neil innes is, quite simply, a genius.
  1:43pm Bäd R☺nald:

  1:45pm Carmichael:

Not only is he a genius, he's the Urban Spaceman.
  1:45pm Cecile:

love that AC Newman record
  1:52pm Bäd R☺nald:

as well as Ron Nasty.
  1:54pm Carmichael:

And the personal friend of Apollo C. Vermouth.
  1:54pm megisi:

damn ... missed a Hoodoo Gurus track ... guess I'll have to loosen some bucks and purchase now that my jones is on.
  1:54pm GP:

This Shrubs is a SWEET party tune...feels like I am at the prom or something.
  1:57pm Robbie Roberston:

Anyone else hear The Band influences in this Shrubs song?
  1:58pm Carmichael:

Take a load off, Marley??
  1:58pm Joe B:

Good one Carmichael.

Mr Robertson I think you mean the Bee Gees tune.
  1:59pm megisi:

red velvet!!!

  1:59pm Laura:

What the hell happened to the Bee Gees between Marley Purt Drive and Ah Ha Ha Ha Stayin' Alive?
  2:01pm Carmichael:

The same thing that happened to Rod Stewart between Mandolin Wind and If You Think I'm Sexy.
  2:01pm Robbie Roberston:

I stand corrected. In addition, I always thought Stayin' Alive sounded a whole lot like The Weight. I guess I should be flattered.
  2:03pm Cecile:

Jive Talkin', Laura
  2:05pm Carmichael:

Will Ferrell did a great commercial during his SNL days for a CD called "Sold Out Gold". He mentions both of the above artists, along with others who jumped on the cash bandwagon. Phil Collins comes to mind as well.
  2:07pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

In the Bee Gees defense. Their disco albums are pretty solid as well. I mean the type of music changed, but the quality of music and lyrics stayed strong.
  2:07pm Laura:

w/r/t Rod Stewart, a friend of mine draws a demarcation line between Rod Stewart the musician and Rod Stewart the celebrity--a point well taken. Phil Collins too, although in his case the "musician" part is debatable. And Eric Clapton. And lots of others, now that I think about it.
  2:08pm detroitdave:

Joe, got any Orange Alabaster Mushrooms? The song Tree Pie fits the bill.
  2:15pm annie:

disco killed the radio star
  2:17pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Disco is stronger than dirt.
  2:18pm Parq:

Pearly, in order to give props to SNF and its ilk, you have to be one of those people for whom "good disco" is not an oxymoron. I can't list myself in that number.
  2:18pm Topkat:

everything I've heard from that Cazumbi comp makes me pause and say "wow".
  2:19pm Ray Manzarek:

Would you like to hear about Jim Morrison's yellow shirt? It's very different from his blue one. I can go into details.
  2:19pm Cecile:

I love a lot of disco. But there was a lot of bad disco.
  2:20pm Parq:

"Disco; Never Forget, Never Forgive."
  2:20pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

It is true. Though rare. But my love for both funk and "mutant disco" has lead to a few "real" disco albums falling into my turntable for no ironic reasons. I mean 90% of SNF soundtrack is fucking steller at face value.
  2:22pm Cecile:

I just have a hard time with the Bee Gees later period because I didn't like their disco harmonies at all. They felt grating. But ya know, I can always go for some Tavares every now and then...

And Sylvester is just great, disco or not
  2:23pm Carmichael:

Pearly, I ... uhhhh ... you should .... hmmm.
  2:23pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Joe you are a wonderful human being. I don't care what the rest of these jokers say. To me, You're Aces.
  2:23pm Cecile:

  2:24pm Carmichael:

Joe! You're payin' attention!!!
  2:24pm Ray Manzarek:

Had Morrison lived to see the rise of disco I imagine he could have been tempted by the pure sexuality of it all, but I am sure I would have been able to rein him in and help him see that the trade of sensuality wasn’t worth the loss of artistic merit. I’d like to think of myself as kind of like his musical conscious. Guiding him. You dig it?
  2:25pm annie:

see this is why i cannot leave the living room... much too much entertainin' goin' on.. much too much...
  2:26pm Carmichael:

Joe, I gotta send you the CD "The Sounds of Young Sacramento". Nothing but 3-chord 3-minute songs from the '60s. Obscure garage at its most obscure.
  2:26pm Cecile:

get your leather pants yet, or are you still trying look like a jazz cat with an apartment across from Central Park?
  2:26pm lolcat:

obscure garage iz obscure
  2:27pm Carmichael:

And your shirt with a billowy quality?
  2:28pm Ray Manzarek:

I want to see Jim Morrison dead. Show me the leather!
  2:29pm Laura:

Have the Powerchords ever been seen in the same room at the same time as the (remaining, ex) Dickies?
  2:30pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Chuck Wagon started the Powerchords with Stiv Bators WAAAY back in 2001.
  2:30pm Carmichael:

Did any Africans in the '60s have garages?
  2:30pm Topkat:

I missed last weeks show...was it this chatty? ;)
  2:31pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Remember about six or so minutes ago when the mummies were on? That is going to be the best part of my day. I don't know if that is sad or not... but when the mummies are on I don't really care.
  2:31pm Cecile:

probably carports, Carm
  2:31pm Carmichael:

Pearly, that's not the same Chuck Wagon who played with the Wheels, is it?
  2:33pm Sean Daily:

Muh muh MUMMIES!
  2:34pm Topkat:

not quite this chatty. But pretty chatty.
  2:34pm d¢ pät:

dang, muh-muh-missed the mummies.
  2:35pm Cecile:

that was, me Cecile, I accidentally put your name in Topkat.
Cause I was addressing you and stuff.
  2:35pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Sure. He was also an original touring member of the Fabulous Stains and the Desperate Teenage Love Dolls. Then he later went on to hoo doo'd the hoo doo man.
  2:37pm Topkat:

Cecile, s'all right!
  2:39pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

This has got the swing. I dug up my old Deadly Snakes album the other day and had a rumble in my living room.
  2:40pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

My pup-pup cut me on a knife edge 'cause I was getting too lippy with his stuffed bear.
  2:46pm Cecile:

great bettye lavette song
  2:54pm d¢ pät:

Big Sandy is a good live show--saw him a few years back. He and the band tour in a big bus from the 50's.
  2:57pm Cecile:

I liked him when he was MCing for Los Straitjackets and the Pontani Sisters. He reminds me of Jackie Gleason - big but light on his feet.
  3:00pm Topkat:

jeez,so many useful/useless comments on this scroll...some of many things I like about Three Chord Monte!

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