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Options May 22, 2009: The Tall Paul Lowe Show (feat. Kid Ginseng, Yung Nittlz, Texture, and Harlequinade)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Billy Jam and Bryce  How Lowe Can U Go (Tall Paul Dublin remix)   Options     2009      *    
Unusual & Electric  DMT 505   Options Disco For Love  Zirkus  2008        0:01:38 (Pop‑up)
Zeca Do Trombone & Roberta Sax  Coluna Do Meio   Options Black Rio 2: Original Samba Soul 1971-1979  Strut  2009        0:09:53 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:






Kid Ginseng - Yung Nittlz 


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Billy Jam  Billy Jam Introduces Kid Ginseng, Yung Nittlz, Texture, and Harlequinade 05.22.09   Options             0:18:41 (Pop‑up)
Yung Nittlz  Whole Lot of Fire, Whole Lot Of Gas   Options         www.myspace.com/yungnittlz    0:28:10 (Pop‑up)
Yung Nittlz  (Live in the WFMU Studio 05.22.09)   Options             0:28:24 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:






two members of the Chemical Poets from Edinburgh Textura + Harliquinade 


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Yung Nittlz  Feel'n You   Options Yung Nittlz Demo  Get It Now Not Later          0:32:04 (Pop‑up)
Kid Ginseng  Billy Jam Routine - Electro (Live in the WFMU Studio 05.22.09)   Options         http://www.myspace.com/kidginseng    0:36:37 (Pop‑up)
Poison Pen  What's Hood   Options The Money Shot  Gold Dust     
  0:39:01 (Pop‑up)
Texture and Harlequinade  Texture and Harlequinade (Live in the WFMU Studio 05.22.09)   Options         http://www.myspace.com/thechemicalpoets    0:44:47 (Pop‑up)
Kid Ginseng  Tom Tom Club (Live in the WFMU Studio 05.22.09)   Options             1:11:47 (Pop‑up)
C Funk  Smoke Thru   Options             1:20:38 (Pop‑up)
Tom Tom Club  Wordy Rappinghood (Kid Ginseng Remix)   Options Dirt Bass 12" single  Kraftjerkz  2009  12" 
  1:23:37 (Pop‑up)
Bike For Three  More Heart Than Brains   Options More Heart Than Brains  Anticon  2009        1:27:58 (Pop‑up)
Louie Vega  Sunshine (I Can Fly) (Sacred Rhythm Mix) feat, Blaze & Raul Midon   Options VA: The Connection, Vol. 1: Modern Explorations in Afro-Beat and Afro-Latin  R2 Records  2009        1:35:54 (Pop‑up)
Legion Of Two  Palace Dub   Options VA: Dublin Electronic Arts Festival  DEAF Ireland          1:39:11 (Pop‑up)
Gareth Flynn  March Of The Bulgars   Options VA: Dublin Electronic Arts Festival  DEAF Ireland          1:44:56 (Pop‑up)
Band Aid  Do They Know It's Christmas? 33'd   Options Single            1:50:00 (Pop‑up)
Violetta Mahon  The King, Poto and Deaville   Options VA: Dublin Electronic Arts Festival  DEAF Ireland          1:51:35 (Pop‑up)
Dubliners + Sex Pistols 45s on 33  rocky road to dublin + did you no wrong 7" on 33 mixed in also in this set somewhere   Options              
Boomtown Rats  I Don't Like Mondays 33'd   Options Single            1:53:24 (Pop‑up)
Miss Kitten & The Hacker  1000 Dreams (reprise)   Options Two  Nobody's Bizzness  2009      *   1:57:24 (Pop‑up)
Miss Kitten & The Hacker  Ray Ban   Options Two  Nobody's Bizzness  2009      *   1:59:35 (Pop‑up)
Voodeux  Just A Spoonful   Options The Paranormal  Mothership  2009      *   2:02:16 (Pop‑up)
Rhythm And Sound With Bobo Shanti  Poor People Must Work (Carl Craig Remix)   Options See Mi Yah Remixes  Burial Mix / Basic  2005        2:05:02 (Pop‑up)
T-Rek  Freakshow Disco No. 3   Options Future Classics            2:09:39 (Pop‑up)
Bike For Three  Lazarus Phenomenon   Options More Heart Than Brains  Anticon  2009        2:11:23 (Pop‑up)
Quantic  Blackstone Rock   Options Apricot Morning  Tru Thoughts  2002        2:13:40 (Pop‑up)
Chriss Joss  Root Juice   Options Sticks  Fontana  2009        2:17:35 (Pop‑up)
DJ Moule  Black Sabotage   Options VA: Best Of Bootie 2006  Bootieusa.com  2006        2:20:29 (Pop‑up)
The Chillin Boyz  Freestyle   Options             2:22:54 (Pop‑up)
  Excerpt From The Salton Sea, The History Of Meth - Val Kilmer               2:25:13 (Pop‑up)
Captain Moonlight  Party People   Options Agroculture Pt.2  Reflect The Sun          2:27:07 (Pop‑up)
DJ ALF  I Nearly Had Them   Options             2:30:59 (Pop‑up)
Skizo & Tayone  500 MPH High feat. M. Matteuzzi & L Feliciati   Options Bungalow Zen  Relief Records  2008        2:33:38 (Pop‑up)
Joni Mitchell  Blue (DJ Qualude remix)   Options             2:46:59 (Pop‑up)
Jon Hopkins  Light Through The Veins   Options Insides  Domino          2:49:40 (Pop‑up)
Nozl  Playgrounds   Options VA: Community Skratch Games 09  Community Skratch Music  2009        2:54:07 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  5/21 11:40am Billy Jam:

Welcome to the fourth last "Put The Needle On The Record" show of the season when the guests will be Young Nittlz - a young rapper from the Bay Area who I did a special feature on in the Bay Guardian a couple of years ago when he was trying out in Oakalnd for the traveling Showtime At The Apollo TV show auditions. Also in the house today will be DJ Kid Ginseng who is a great electro and scratch DJ and also the DJ for the Tom Tom Club. And over visiting from Scotland - Edinburgh to be precise - are the two spoken word/hip-hop emcee artists Texture and Harlequinade. This show is dedicated to diehard listener and good friend Tall Paul Lowe back in Dublin Ireland. Not only is Paul a hella generous supporter of WFMU during its annual Marathons but he is also highly instrumental in making this show tick. An avid, dedicated hip-hop (and other) music fan for years Paul is just incredible when it comes to finding new music - mostly Irish hip-hop but other stuff too - and sending it over to me to play on WFMU and get it in the library here at the station. It is thanks to Paul we have artists like Ri Ra and Jinx Lennon and countless others. THANK YOU Tall Paul Lowe!.>>....Next week in this time slot will be an audio feed from the Primavera festival in Spain. In two weeks, June 5th, this show will return live from Belfast with tons of Northern Ireland hip-hop talents. The following week, June 12th, will be the 3rd annual graffiti special (Miami vs NY) with photo-journalists Jim and Karla Murray, NY/NJ area artist DEMER, and coming all the way from Miami for the WFMU special will be JUNK and REKAL of the FDC crew, and then the next and final week - June 19th -will be a blowout live Put The Needle on The Record live session special with DJ ALF, Scott Williams, Bryce, Bill Bowen, others TBA and your moms serving spinach and bacon quiche. - THANKS TO U for listening. Also shout to Kimzilla - aka Brinkzilla
  1:05am Funny How?:

A businessman agreed to spend the afternoon with a beautiful woman for $500. After
they did, he told her that he did not have any cash, but he would have his secretary
write a check and mail it to her, calling the payment "RENT FOR APARTMENT."

On the way to the office he regretted what he had done, feeling that she hadn't been
worth the price. So he had his secretary send a check for $250 and enclosed the
following note:

"Dear Madam:
Enclosed find check in the amount of $250 for rent of your apartment. I am not
sending the amount agreed upon, because when I rented the place, I was under the
impression that:

#1 - it had never been occupied;
#2 - there was plenty of heat, and
#3 - it was small enough to make me feel cozy and at home.

However, I found out that it had been previously occupied, that there wasn't any
heat, and that it was entirely too large."

Upon receipt of the note, the girl immediately returned the check for $250 with the
following note:

"Dear Sir:
First of all, I cannot understand how you could expect a beautiful apartment to
remain unoccupied indefinitely. As for the heat, there is plenty of it, if you know
how to turn it on. Regarding the space, the apartment is indeed of regular size, but
if you don't have enough furniture to fill it, please do not blame the management.

Please send the rent in full or we will be forced to contact your present landlady."
  3:29am stingy d vs Kenny G vs G vs ?:

this all is making me feel like teenagers again. that's a big huge compliment. i wish, you know?
  9:29am Kimzilla:

BillyJam, you made my day! The weekend always begins at 3pm as far as I'm concerend. Can't wait for Sept 12th, it's going to be a blast with you there!
  11:13am Billy Jam Fan:

For those of you who are fans of this show you may want to check out KZSU on Sunday nights (12 to 3am - local Bay Area time) when KZSU DJ Japanic (also a DJ on KFJC) plays the weekly 15 minute edited feeature "Billy Jam's Army." Every week for the past several weeks Japanic, during his popular weekly "Frequency Jam" show, plays highlights of past "Put The Needle On The Record" shows from the WFMU archives. This weekend he will replay an edited down & remixed version of the 2008 WFMU Graffiti Special - the one that focused on Women In Graffiti. Tune in.
  2:13pm Paul:

Yo Billy, thanks for this honour man. Looking forward to the show. Peace, one love
  3:03pm Cecile:

Bll. e. jam
  3:03pm Devin:

  3:06pm Jessica:

Did you used to have a regular thing at Kate O'Brien's, once upon a decade and a half ago or so?

Billy Jam:
What ever happened to Rare, anyway?
I saw him on BART one day, circa ~96ish? all clean and well kempt and coming home from work or something Still totally Rare. Someone got him going a lbit when we exited at Berkeley. And it was good.
  3:09pm Jessica:

Oooooooooh my god it's the weekend.
Thank you.
  3:16pm Jessica:

except not really: gots some protecting and serving 'bout to happen, til ya don't stopThat said: big f'ing ups BPD.

Those who missed the Phenomenon that Was RARE: Incredibly fit, incredibly troubled, Andrew WK but for reals yo, and presumedly Vietnam Vet. Would talk about basketball, several years into his mythical beastlike presence on Telegraph Ave, but mostly just expressed himself via such fluent sonorous expulsion of that 1.5syllabic phoneme "Raaaaare" and then for a few years things that rhymed with Rare [Care Share There Where Bear Fair Stare].
Get him and the Hate Man and the Naked Guy, RIP, in a room together and get ready for some cataclysmic thing what might summon the polkadot man.
  3:23pm Todd 76%:

Mr. Jam,
Thanx for all you do when you do what you do, cuz you always do! Keepin' me in my office and near my 'puter til 6PM every Friday, even when I wanna bolt...CT love out to Kid Ginseng and big cheers to Tall Paul...
  3:28pm Cecile:

Yung, you're bringing it. As you kids say.
  3:34pm djspiderman:

i would almost sell my soul for a Lombardi's pizza.
  3:37pm Ike:

If you want great food in Harlem, there's a place with really great West African and also soul food -- I've only had the African food -- it's called South Beach Cafe, 100 W. 124th St. at Malcolm X Blvd. (6th Ave.). The chicken yassa tastes brilliant.
  3:38pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  3:43pm Daily John:

What he said
  3:56pm spaniel:

WOW! this is Amazing! totally original, great lyrics, beats. brilliant!
  3:56pm Ike:

Texture and Harlequinade: Wow, nice!
  3:57pm Paul:

Yo Texture and Harelquinade love the flows and the Eaters big up to you. Where can I get more of your stuff? Is there a place in Dublin? Keep up the good work. Peace, one love
  3:59pm Paul:

Hi Jessica where is kate O' Briens? Is it a place in Dublin?
  4:00pm Joe Steele:

Not even close to yada yada yada...

  4:08pm north guinea hills:

sweetly fun and hilarious flows by those textured harlequinadiacs....
  4:09pm Joe Steele:

Day-um, this is cool.
  4:15pm Bad Ronald:

Hey all, hats off to Paul and thanks for Jinx!
Looks like I'm just in time for the indoor storm!!!
  4:20pm porkchop:

YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH!!!! this is creation lets do it again-- I ♥billyjam---scrittichey scratchin itches the friday way...peace peeps
  4:24pm smoke on thru:

blaze it, blaze it, 420, vamos
  4:27pm Trees:

Hit me!
  4:53pm north guinea hills:

i happen to have this band aid 45....special am i!
  5:15pm spaniel:

nice, i like this 'bike for three' song.
  5:27pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Hey what's up everybody?! Hope you all are doing well. What are your plans this Memorial Day weekend?
  5:28pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Shout out to my Hip Hop Slam family member, Tall Paul Lowe! YEAHHHH!!!!!
  5:30pm Cecile:

ALF, pizza, wine and watching cop sitcoms: Barney Miller and Reno 911!
  5:35pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

I'm going to drink some upstate NY wine this weekend I was given from one of my favorite mom's for my b-day.
  5:41pm Paul:

Yo Bill, time for some shoututs yo to yourself for the honour and the show. To Alf keep up the good work. Vince Mack Mahon what more can be said big up to you all. To Lunatic and George keep up the good work. OB and Savage in All City, Seanie, Kal, Laz-E, Mek, DJ Elemental, Dust One, Messiah J & The Expert, Rob Kelly and the crew at Connected. To the HipHop Fam lets keep it alive.To Ilona the love of my life see you soon.
  5:42pm Cecile:

that sounds good, ALF
  5:44pm Paul:

Yo Alf happy Birthday have a great Holiday weekend.
  5:44pm Feral Cat:

PJ Harvey?!!!!!!!!
  5:45pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Thanks Paul! I'm still celebrating although it was this past Sunday.
  5:46pm HotRod:

Holy shit.
  5:49pm Cecile:

this sounds like one of those weird Tony Coulter records, Billy
  5:50pm ilona:

is that someone gonna die there? :) sound like it
  5:51pm Cecile:

it's a record Tony Coulter found and there's 5 left, and it's a part of a hairdresser's rock opera about ennui in Cleveland, recorded in 1973 in a pressing of 150.
  5:55pm ilona:

That stuff are really good very relaxing
  6:44am Eaters:

Paul - if you want more Eaters stuff check www.eatersmusic.co.uk anything in blue is a free download...
Great show by the way.
  7:43am harlequinade:

woo! mucho fun-o...thanks for having us and thanks for listening...if any one's after my album,,.get on the download right here http://www.mediafire.com/?ddjzzydlznk
  12:15pm JamesAven:

Never before in the history of mankind has it been easier to reach out to people all over the world. Online communitieslike MySpace, make meeting new friends with similar interests incredibly easy. MySpace is a great place to share tips, ideas and stories about the things you find most interesting. If you have a question about your hobby, you can easily find the answer through your network of members with similar interests.

  4:30pm Black Pope #1:

Thanks for the info, James. ... Billy: I never get to listen live anymore because of $work, but I am hooked on WFMU's archives in a way that I never believed I could be. I always miss out on the comment board fun because it's usually several days later when I get to listen. Today I had to work a rare Saturday, all alone in the office all day, and I barely noticed because I was blasting your shows all day. Your music & guests have been top notch lately. I'm loving the marathon cd in my car too. Thanks for all that you do!
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