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Artist Title Album Label Approx. start time
Great Scots  Someone That I Can't See   Options The Great Lost Great Scots Album!  Sundazed  0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Gruesomes  I'm Searching   Options Gruesomania  Ricochet  0:02:32 Pop‑up)  
Wildebeests  Lucinda   Options 7"  Dirty Water  0:04:53 Pop‑up)  
Torquays  Stolen Moments   Options various - Garage Beat '66 Vol. 4: I'm In Need!  Sundazed  0:09:39 Pop‑up)  
Searchers  Farmer John   Options Pye Anthology 1963-67  Pye  0:10:21 Pop‑up)  
The Vampires  Fire   Options various - Get Off My Back! Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 1  Norton  0:12:25 Pop‑up)  
King Kahn & The Shrines  I Wanna Be a Girl   Options what is?!  Vice  0:16:52 Pop‑up)  
Electric Prunes  I Happen To Love You   Options Underground  Reprise  0:19:08 Pop‑up)  
Mark & The Spies  Gimme Your Love   Options Give Me a Look  Screaming Apple  0:28:28 Pop‑up)  
The Jim Basnight Thing  Summertime Again   Options We Rocked and Rolled: The First 25 Years of Jim Basnight - The Moberlys and Beyond  Disclosed  0:30:58 Pop‑up)  
Carol Burnett & Vicki Lawrence  I Dig Rock And Roll Music   Options from youtube  no label  0:35:37 Pop‑up)  
The Baseball Project  Harvey Haddix   Options Vol. 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails  Yep Roc  0:39:49 Pop‑up)  
Neil Young  Johnny Magic   Options Fork in the Road  Reprise  0:42:17 Pop‑up)  
Booker T  Warped Sister   Options Potato Hole  Anti  0:46:27 Pop‑up)  
Scott Deluxe Drake & The World's Strongest Men  9975   Options Beneath the Bloodshot Lights  Rank Outsider  0:54:15 Pop‑up)  
The Mediums  Codeine Blues   Options demo  no label  0:58:50 Pop‑up)  
Kneejerk Reactions  Self Destruct   Options The Electrifying Sounds of ...  Screaming Apple  1:01:03 Pop‑up)  
RIP Jay Bennett  
Tommy Keene  Tuesday Morning   Options Isolation Party  Matador  1:10:28 Pop‑up)  
Jay Bennett  Replace You   Options The Magnificent Defeat  Rykodisc  1:12:29 Pop‑up)  
Billy Bragg and Wilco  Secret of the Sea   Options Mermaid Avenue, Vol. 2  Elektra  1:15:46 Pop‑up)  
Wilco  Pot Kettle Black   Options Yankee Hotel Foxtrot  Nonesuch  1:19:12 Pop‑up)  
Wilco  A Shot in the Arm   Options Summer Teeth  Reprise  1:22:19 Pop‑up)  
1990s  Vondelpark   Options Kicks  Rough Trade  1:32:09 Pop‑up)  
Pink Fits  Hey You   Options De Ja Blues  Off the Hip  1:35:13 Pop‑up)  
Roy Loney and the Young Fresh Fellows  I Couldn't Spell !!*@!   Options various - Turban Renewal: A Tribute to Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs  Norton  1:38:19 Pop‑up)  
Cecilia Und Die Sauerkrauts  Derniere Caresse   Options Saurkraut, Wurst Und Other Delights  Soundflat  1:41:02 Pop‑up)  
Norvins  Around Your World   Options Time Machine  Soundflat  1:43:40 Pop‑up)  
Omens  Look Away   Options Send Black Flowers  Hipsville  1:46:13 Pop‑up)  
The Coral  Arabian Sand   Options The Invisible Invasion  Deltasonic  1:48:54 Pop‑up)  
Dick Dale and His Del-Tones  Peppermint Man   Options Surfer's Choice  Sundazed  1:55:19 Pop‑up)  
Dick Dale and His Del-Tones  Flashing Eyes   Options Mr. Eliminator  Sundazed  1:57:11 Pop‑up)  
Astronauts  Surf's You Right   Options Rarities  Bear Family  1:58:56 Pop‑up)  
Sir Finks  Weird Beard   Options (Tres Mexicanos) Del Sur de Texas  Get Hip  2:02:08 Pop‑up)  
Los Straitjackets  Blowout   Options The Further Adventures of Los Straitjackets  Yep Roc  2:03:53 Pop‑up)  
Animated Egg  Sock It My Way   Options Guitar Freakout  Sundazed  2:05:55 Pop‑up)  
Sawney Bean  Off Our Back Conrad Black   Options various - Better Than The Average Weekend: A Tribute to Shadowy Men On a Shadowy Planet  Deep Eddy  2:09:40 Pop‑up)  
Loners  The Devil In You   Options Revolution!  Church Key  2:15:18 Pop‑up)  
Sheetah Et Les Weissmuller  Pire que le Silence   Options Hola Ye-Yeah!  Screaming Apple  2:19:16 Pop‑up)  
Booby Traps  Bad Reaction   Options Makin' It with the Booby Traps  Off the Hip  2:22:05 Pop‑up)  
Pirate Love  Slumber Blues   Options Black Vodoun Space Blues  Voodoo Rhythm  2:25:36 Pop‑up)  
Masonics  Jessie Turner   Options The Masonic Machine Turns You On  Vinyl Japan  2:28:52 Pop‑up)  
Miss Ludella Black featuring The Masonics  I Want Some Answers   Options From This Witness Stand  Damaged Goods  2:29:45 Pop‑up)  
Jacuzzi Boys  I Fought a Crocodile   Options 7"  Rob's House  2:33:20 Pop‑up)  
Matt Mayo  Magnetic Circle   Options Heavy Meds  Akashic  2:36:02 Pop‑up)  
Black Lips  Disconnection   Options 7"  Sub Pop  2:42:31 Pop‑up)  
Obits  Military Madness   Options 7"  Sub Pop  2:44:49 Pop‑up)  
Sand Pebbles  A Thousand Flowers   Options A Thousand Wild Flowers  Double Feature  2:47:13 Pop‑up)  
Shrubs  Here We Go Again   Options Zod, King of Spoons  Not  2:52:17 Pop‑up)  
Golden Dogs  Yeah!   Options Everything In Three Parts  True North  2:54:26 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  12:06pm Cecile:

hiya, Joe and crew!
  12:06pm Cecile:

got any Searchers?
  12:11pm Cecile:

thanks, Joe!!!!
  12:13pm rubble:

Great show from Fatburger last week!
  12:15pm Carmichael:

Well, as long as we're playing some groovy swinging garage hepcats, the Electric Prunes would be wonderful.

Oh, and Hi Joe!
  12:16pm Parq:

Joe, would love to know how you hooked up the juke box so it could play over the air. And gang, if you haven't yet checked out the photos from the event on B-o-Blog, you should do so.
  12:18pm Carmichael:

Man, I love King Khan's stuff. Every single song.
  12:20pm Cynthia:

Parq, they put two microphones up to the jukeboxe. No kidding. I was there and saw it with my own eyes. I listened to the archive after and I couldn't believe how great it sounded just mic'd like that!
  12:21pm Carmichael:

Ya baby! Thanks, Joe!!
  12:24pm SmokinJ:

Christ I'm blasted.. Oh, Hey Joe!
  12:24pm Bad Ronald:

Any chance you'll come to NYC for a remote?
  12:26pm Cecile:

I would be down with the all Farmer John show.
  12:29pm Marshall Stacks:

I'd love to hear an all Farmer John show. Oooh - jinx, Cecile.

Don and Dewey, yeah!
  12:29pm Cecile:

I didn't know I was awaiting the new mark and the spies album, but I guess I am now!
  12:30pm Cecile:

Neil Young did one.
  12:32pm Marshall Stacks:

I think NY's cover was the first version I ever heard.
  12:34pm Cecile:

Los Lobos used to do it live.
  12:36pm Carmichael:

I thought the Premiers did the original. I used to hear it all the time on XPRS back in the day, so I just assumed. Mexican American band along the lines of Thee Midnighters.
  12:37pm Carmichael:

Oh, and Don & Dewey's big hit was "What's Your Name?".
  12:37pm Cecile:

that makes loads of sense.
  12:37pm ?:

don and dewey did original farmer john
  12:38pm Carmichael:

Carol & Vickie were righteous.
  12:39pm Cecile:

I still miss that show. The great 70s lineup of MTM, Bob Newhart and Carol Burnett.
  12:39pm mike:

jim bunning the jackass!
  12:40pm ?:

wrong. that was don and juan - what's your name
  12:43pm Andy from Tillson:

Hey Joe! just tuned in. @ work right now. sounds great!
  12:44pm Carmichael:

?, you are absolutely right. I stand corrected. Let me go back and run that incessant commercial through my brain a few more times before I hastily post again.
  12:48pm SmokinJ:

Joe you're in that Rockin' Groove..
  12:50pm Joe B:

Tillson Schmilsson!
  12:52pm SmokinJ:

Fuckin' A...
  12:52pm Cecile:

awesome, Joe.
That record is a major touchstone for me.
  12:52pm Joe B:

Parq, yes, Cyn is right - there was one mike on a speaker in th middleof the jukebox and one on the bass/subwoofer one.

Hi everyone! thanks for posting/listening!
  12:55pm Jumpy:

"Older Guys," huh? I feel singled out.
  12:55pm Cecile:

Rank Outsider? Does Pat Todd have a label now?
  12:57pm Jumpy:

"What's Your Name" was Don & Juan with "Chicken Necks" on the flip.
  12:58pm Joe B:

Cecile, yes, it is Pat Todd! He's got lotsa great stuff - the Condors, Jukebox zeroes ... his own of course.
  12:59pm Parq:

That's amazing. I would never have known that was purely an accoustic contact. Hail the mighty Trent and his remote-broadcast magic. And hail the enterprisingly Todd-o-phonic Todd for setting up the show. And hail Joe for presiding over it all. And hail a cab, it's time for my lunch . . .
  1:00pm Cecile:

Excellent. I'm glad to see him do well.
  1:10pm Cecile:

no? Jay Bennett? My mom had that, and it's tough going. But not usually fatal...
  1:11pm Cecile:

LOVE this song.
  1:14pm Cecile:

Did he write Wilco's Casino Queen? Because that is the one Wilco song apart from the Woody Guthrie project I really like.
  1:17pm Joe B:

Cecile, I don't think he was on the first album.
  1:18pm Cecile:

Oh, ok. I still really like that song, though.
And I'm glad to hear Mermaid Avenue stuff and Tommy Keene.
  1:21pm ?:

My kids love dancing around to Kettle Black! Poor Jay--you were awesome at St Ann's Harry Smith tribute! RIP
  1:25pm Lizardner Dave:

Shot in the Arm could be an appropriate choice depending on how the autopsy comes out.
  1:26pm Cecile:

aw, naw, really Lizardner Dave?
I had surgery recently, and they are crazy particular about all drugs before it.
  1:29pm Lizardner Dave:

Oh, he had surgery or something? Last report I read was "died in his sleep at 45" which would be unusual without some kind of other circumstance. I mean it is possible he just had an aneurysm or something too.
  1:29pm Cecile:

Yeah, he was having hip replacement surgery.
  1:32pm Cecile:

He invented surf music on my birthday!

Clint Eastwood was also born on May 31.
  1:36pm Joe B:

Happy birthday!
  1:36pm Cecile:

Thanks! It's still a bit away, but I'll take it. ;D
  1:37pm Carmichael:

Just got back from a meeting. Whose birthday is May 31st? Besides my twin girls, I mean.
  1:39pm Cecile:


awesome, carm!
  1:41pm Carmichael:

Well, well. Happy B-day this Sunday. I'll think of you when I'm watching the stage presentation of The Lion King.
  1:42pm Cecile:

That actually should be pretty great.

awesome, last caress in German.
  1:42pm Carmichael:

Dang, I missed some good music. Boss: "Since Tommy Keane's about to come on, let's call Carmichael to a meeting and talk about nothing."
  1:43pm Cecile:

or French. Yes, French.
  1:44pm Carmichael:

Was that the Pogues' Tuesday Morning?
  1:46pm Cecile:

no, it's a Keene original, or at least co-written with Jay Bennett, I forget.
  1:55pm ken in denver:

Joe Belock RAWKS.
  2:00pm Anagram:

Dale Dick Lacked Id
  2:00pm GP:

Thanks Joe for some great sounds for a Monday...wait, I mean Tuesday.
p.s: Thanks to any veterans out there.
  2:05pm Freud:

Please leave questions of the Id, Ego, and Super-ego to the experts (me).
  2:07pm Parq:

Saw Los Straits last week at Bowery Ballroom. They were killer, as was second act Southern Culture OTS. The best thing about the Straits' show is Danny's rapid-fire Spanish stage patter.
  2:14pm GP:

Parq, sounds like an awesome show. S.C.O.T.S. are a blast to see live.
  2:30pm Mike Sin:

Kudos to Joe for playing that version of the Peter, Paul, and Mary track by Carol and Vicki, but it's really meant to be heard and SEEN: www.youtube.com/watch?v=N76JIVTPnmc
  2:57pm Rubble:

Great show today Joe!
  3:00pm Joe (not Belock):

Man, what a great show this was
  7:39pm Scott Deluxe Drake:

Hey Joe!
Thanx for playing the hits!
To answer Cecile's question....yes, I'm on Pat Todd's Rankoutsider Records....The World's Best Label!
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