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Playlist for 08 July 2009 Favoriting | Dedicated to The Insect People, My Last Realaudio Archived Show Ever

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Shiro Taniguchi  The Space Alien Came   Favoriting Children Who Have No Sense of Direction 

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The Lava Children  I Am A Pony   Favoriting Self Titled    *   0:03:57 (Pop-up)
The Lava Children  Particles   Favoriting Self Titled      0:06:35 (Pop-up)
The Blankket  Schorsch Kamerun   Favoriting Pegatively Nositive      0:09:44 (Pop-up)
Dottie West  Moomy, Can I Still Call Him Daddy?   Favoriting Report From The Country, Part 7: The Cruel World 

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The Billy Nayer Show  Party   Favoriting The American Astronaut (soundtrack)      0:16:18 (Pop-up)
Wire  The Agfers of Kodack   Favoriting Read and Burn      0:19:06 (Pop-up)
Love of Life Orchestra  Siberia   Favoriting Music from Antarctica 

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The Zip Code Rapists  President's Song   Favoriting Sing and Play The Three Doctors 

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Eddy Arnold  A Part if America Died   Favoriting Report From The Country, Part 7: The Cruel World    *   0:35:21 (Pop-up)
Hank WIlliams, Jr  Practice What I Preach   Favoriting America, The Way I See It 

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Harry D Cup  Sick American   Favoriting       0:40:20 (Pop-up)
The Mutants  So American   Favoriting  

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Sex Pistols  Bodies   Favoriting       0:46:13 (Pop-up)
Wevie Stonder  When the Last Thing You Want is the First Thing You Get   Favoriting The Horse of Wooden Troy 

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Paristetris  Electrodomestics   Favoriting EMFP 01: Exploratory Music From Poland    *   0:56:29 (Pop-up)
Coralie Clement  L'Effet Jokari   Favoriting Toystore 

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Lisa Tani / Satanicpornocultshop  India Song   Favoriting Love is This      1:03:41 (Pop-up)
Bubblewrap Holocaust  Ripping Yearsn   Favoriting Self Titled 

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Bubblewrap Holocaust  Sizewise   Favoriting Self Titled      1:17:51 (Pop-up)
Stage Announcer  Pavement Stage Announcement   Favoriting  

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People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz  Social Folk Dance   Favoriting       1:27:40 (Pop-up)
Blanketship  Viva Butterfly   Favoriting Klangwunder 

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Omfo  Tipsy Djinn   Favoriting Omnipresence    *   1:35:05 (Pop-up)
Egil "Bop" Johansen  Samse tak (Opsang)   Favoriting Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair: Norwegian Folk Jazz 1971-1977 

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Kahondo Style  Green Dream   Favoriting Green Tea and Crocodiles 

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Unique Skeleton  Track 11   Favoriting       1:58:55 (Pop-up)
Shocking Blue  Venus   Favoriting  

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Drawers  Underwear   Favoriting Nest    *   2:04:31 (Pop-up)
Helicois 0222MB  Track 3   Favoriting Ele Shock! 

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Tomovsky  Let's Do It On The Phone   Favoriting Japan Not For Sale Vol 2      2:10:46 (Pop-up)
Barbara and The Boys  Hootie Sapperticker   Favoriting Las Vegas Grind, Pt. 1      2:20:51 (Pop-up)
Jib & Jab  Jibba Jab   Favoriting  

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Leroy Van Dyke  Mister Professor   Favoriting Report From The Country, Part 7: The Cruel World      2:24:50 (Pop-up)
Eddie Noack  Psycho   Favoriting  

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Porter Wagoner  Commitetd to Parkview   Favoriting Wagonmaster      2:30:37 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash  I Hung My Head   Favoriting American IV: The Man Comes Around      2:34:08 (Pop-up)
Hank Snow  Miller's Cave   Favoriting  

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Yellow Magic Orchestra  Tighten Up: Japanese Gentlemen Stand Up Please!   Favoriting Multiplies 

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Hell  Silver Machine   Favoriting Teufelswerk 
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Listener comments!

  9:01am cribley:

uǝʞ buıuɹoɯ poob
  9:02am still b/p:

Are you in Australia, cribley?
  9:02am Negator:

Mornin', Ken!
  9:02am annie:

good morning ken, i sent you a snail pic, and boy did i have fun with sharing pictures this morning. treasure trove!! good morning everyone!
  9:02am dei xhrist:

let no complex tasks be completed for the next three hours
  9:03am chaoman:

So cool to be listening in real time instead of after the fact. Woo Hoo!
  9:04am still b/p:

This show is good for my complex shun.
  9:04am Joe Steele:

I had a dream this morning that I did a guest DJ show on WFMU. I was terrible.
  9:04am -max-:

TAG! You're it!
  9:08am Ghengis Jung:

  9:09am Joe Steele:

Mmmmm, store-tested coffee:
  9:10am annie:

woohoo!!.. great post!! ;)
  9:12am JCityJensen:

Morning everyone!
  9:12am Laurie:

Good morning, Ken.
  9:12am BSI:

Good morning to every bloody one of you!
  9:12am nasok:

wow, more songs about dancing babies
  9:14am jan:

Ken: Help me purge the Michael Jackson songs endlessly running through my mind!
  9:15am JCityJensen:

too much store tested coffee:
  9:15am Swami:

This is giving me douche chills.
  9:16am Parq:

They ain't been the same since their dog died.
  9:16am Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

Jesus, that kid sounds creepy
  9:17am Negator:

Little known but that's Kenny G at four singing that Dottie West song.
  9:18am dei x:

PARTY PARTY PARTY! From one of my top favorite films! If only today was my birthday.
  9:19am BSI:

I'll second Jan's request/demand.
suffering over here.
  9:19am Ken:

Morning all~! SOrry for the weird start, couldnt get my pictures working!! EWGa&*#(^($%#&*()!
  9:19am Cecile:

mine too, dei x! Very strange and lovely.
  9:22am dei x:

Cecile, I got to see BNS in a less then well attended show - that autoharp really fills the audio void.
  9:22am JCityJensen:

love the czechz :
  9:23am Ken:

Congratulations to JCity Jenses for winning last week's Andy Breckman Will to Live Betting Pool!
  9:23am Cecile:

I would have loved to see them, but I missed their show in my town because of illness. I was quite bummed.
  9:25am Vivian:

Hey everyone, I'm headed for NY today. In between visits with family, I want to go record shopping. Where should I go? Also, if you know some drinking establishments with local brews on tap, let me know.
  9:27am -max-:

Other Music is one of the better shops left in the City.
  9:27am JCityJensen:

the czechs love flipper too:
  9:28am Peanut Gallery:

That flame picture discomposes me.
  9:28am Bad Ronald:

@ Vivian -

Academy Records & CD's
12 W 18th St # 3W

Heartland Brewery
35 Union Sq W # 1, New York - (212) 645-3400
  9:29am north guinea hills:

blind tiger on bleeker and jones near 7 ave has awesome local brews..

as for records stores, it depends on what your looking for, but if in manahattan, other music or academy are good starts....
  9:29am BSI:

My bank account still has massive scar tissue from the last time I was in NYC and stumbled into Other Music......
  9:30am Cecile:

What about that Brooklyn Brewery? And they have a taco truck in that neighborhood.
  9:30am Parq:

Is Ken channeling Donald Rumsfeld? Yes, I think so.
  9:30am Vivian:

Thanks Max and Bad Ronald!
  9:31am Peanut Gallery:

Parq, that is funny, and probably correct.
  9:31am JCityJensen:

Vivan - beer: in Jcity in NYcity in NYcity in NYcity for futher bar divivng

have fun!
  9:31am jeremy the listener:

Nachum Segal says "good show, ken"
  9:31am Joe Steele:

The Blind tiger on Bleeker street is one of the best beer destinations in the city. The have local and non local taps.

The Swift (E 4th and Bowery) is a nice Irish Pub and it's close to the Other Music on Eat 4th Street.
  9:32am Vivian:

Cecile, good suggestion. From what I located, Brooklyn Brewery is only open on Fridays. Sadly, I will be at a family dinner this Friday, where I can not escape.
  9:34am Laurei:

I don't think I want to think about any president sucking their own dick. DNW.
  9:34am Mark:

sucking his own what?
  9:34am Cecile:

Oh, dear. The taco truck is around a fair amount, from what I gather.
  9:35am Ken:

Mark, it was "sucking his own three dicks."
  9:35am John from Oslo:

my girlfriend was impressed by my moonwalk yesterday
  9:37am jeremy the listener:

Nachum Segal was too, i hear
  9:37am oogie:

Ken, great show!
  9:37am Parq:

I ain't been the same since my cop died.
  9:37am Peanut Gallery:

Three, hunh? Does that make it better Laurel?!
  9:38am Mark:

Ah, thank you
  9:38am Negator:

  9:38am jan:

Other music can get you lots of what you you hear on Ken's show.
  9:38am Hugo:

My bank account took a hit from visiting Downtown Music Gallery the first time. They used to be on the Bowery, but they've moved to a new location.

As for beer, I was surprised by the paucity of good pubs in Manhattan, but maybe I was looking in the wrong places. Generally speaking, then, Germany and Belgium, and the British Isles for good ales.
  9:39am annie:

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  9:40am Cecile:

yeah, whatever, Bocephus. I guess a stopped clock is right twice a day.
  9:41am Mark:

Well it could have been thumb
  9:41am Vivian:

Thanks all for the suggestions. I checked out Other Music's website,-right up my alley.
  9:42am Parq:

Jan, you mean Other Music the store? If so, I second that.
  9:43am Vicki:

I'm REALLY glad Harry D Cup ain't on Twitter.
  9:43am annie:

ok, i'm sick
  9:43am Hugo:

Here's the new address:

Downtown Music Gallery
13 Monroe Street
New York, NY 10002-7351

Other Music is recommended, too, but you'd expect more good stores in a place like Manhattan.
  9:43am Negator:

Harry is sick.
  9:44am Freddy: Formerly of West Orange Plumbing Supply:

Harry D Cup is saying everything that is true about this country.
  9:44am Mark:

I'm sick of being sick
  9:44am jan:

Zum Schneider 107 Ave. C, New York, NY 10009
at 7th St.

not sure about local brews but it seemed to be non touristic or collegiate
  9:44am Freddy:

Thank You Ken for playing something HONEST and TRUE
  9:44am BSI:

This sumbitch talks too much.
  9:45am Bad Ronald:

Funny vid Annie!
  9:45am Cecile:

voting? Canada?

he's a commie
  9:45am America:

God Bless the FMU
  9:46am annie:

BR; so much tongue in cheek there. really well-written, too
  9:48am Vicki:

thanks for playing The Muppets
  9:48am Mark:

get ready to hit the button Ken
  9:48am BSI:

funny how fresh the Pistols sound after playing the hell out of this record 15 years ago, then not touching it since then...
  9:48am Tom:

If you're in Brooklyn, Academy is great for vinyl, and it's very close to Brooklyn Brewery which is open Sat afternoons too, something like 12-4.
  9:49am Parq:

Hugo, when the Virgin Superstores went under earlier this summer, people said over and over that there are "no more record stores" in NYC. I kept patiently explaining that there are plenty, but some people feel that, if it's not a part of a big-box chain, it doesn't exist.
  9:50am Mark:

Let's think of other songs with fuck for Ken to play
  9:50am Peanut Gallery:

How patient? Still patient?
  9:51am ozzy skateboard:

oh is that the theme? just got here...
  9:51am BSI:

There's always that timeless seasonal classic by Fear, 'Fuck Christmas' -- that's good for an itchy dump-button-finger.
  9:51am Vivian:

Argh! Thursday is my only free day. The rest of my stay will be out on the Island until Sunday. Thanks though for the suggestion, Tom.
  9:51am Joe Steele:

Aye, Brooklyn Brewery is open Saturday as well. Good for fresh beer and hipster watching. Mugs Ale House is nearby as well, on Bedford Ave.
  9:53am jeremy the listener:

the air is getting slippery by primus. no dumping required
  9:55am John from Oslo:

Hi Mark, A good fuck-song is "Fuck off You Fuckin Fuck!" by sideburn satan
Wait to listen till Ken's show is over : )
  9:57am Swami:

Permanent Records in Billyburg; I think.
  9:58am Ken:

I need your help everybody. Trying to come up with an idea for Seveb Second Delay tonight that is somehow related to Craigslist. Let me know...
  9:58am JCityJensen:

Thanks OsloJohn!
  9:59am Joe Steele:

Theres a song about fucking by a band called Toupé. I think it's called "Fucking"
  10:00am Vivian:

Andy sells his soul on Craigslist?
  10:00am JCityJensen:

√ this out for the Craigslist :
  10:00am Cecile:

How about you have people on Craigslist give you show ideas?
  10:00am Hugo:

Parq, I'm sure there is, but you wouldn't normally know about them unless you're a local or have abundant time for just walking around and making accidental discoveries. That said, I had lots of time in Brussels a couple of years back and found many good second-hand stores. 10-inch Blue Notes from the fifties? Highly tempting ...
  10:00am Mark:

I heard Michael Jackson's soul is on sale on Craigslist
  10:01am Joe Steele:

My cousin (english major, or something) posted a resumé on Craigslist and got a job offer to be a foot model.
  10:04am PMD:

Hi all, listening and not commenting. Fuck.
  10:05am Ken:

How could we use Craiglist to get people who are NOT listening to call in to the show?
  10:05am still b/p:

Maybe some confusionation if he listed himself as a qualified pedant.
  10:06am jeremy the listener:

get all yer listeners to post their MJ paraphanalia (using pics from the internet) and list the station phone # as the only means of contact
  10:07am Parq:

Someone mentioned Academy. It has a branch in Manhattan, too, on my favorite block of the Flatiron Dist, 18th between 5th and 6th.

Ken, offer them a pony.
  10:07am Vicki:

Ken - tell them they'll get 5 dollars from Andy if they phone in
  10:08am -max-:

Nice one, Vicki! Serves two purposes, getting people to call and soaking Andy.
  10:09am JCityJensen:

Vivian - food!!!:

Vanessa Dumplings

Congee Village 212-941-1818 100 Allen Street

Dim Sum Go Go 212-732-0797 5 East Broadway
at Chatham Sq. Dim sum platter, $11.95 for ten pieces; roast chicken with fried garlic stems, $15.95; hamburger in a steamed bun with ginger sauce, $9.95

Division and Market StreetCart @ Division and Market St
lamb , gizzards, chicken hearts

East Corner Wonton 212-343-9896 70 East Broadway
near Canal, DUCK! & Wontons

HSF 212-374-1319 46 Bowery
DIM SUM Hakao, $3.50; turnip cake, $3; clams in black bean sauce, $5.95

*Mei Lai Wah Coffee House 212-925-5435 64 Bayard St

Singas Famous Pizza 212-253-7300 176 Second Avenue
btwn 11th and 12th street order 'frankies'

Sputnik 718-398-6666262 Taaffee Pl
BROOKLYN dekalb and Willoughby bed stuy
NY burger

Veloce Pizzeria 212-777-6677 103 First Ave
  10:10am dei x:

This works with eBay, so it should apply to Craigslist - just search for a phrase like "no idea", "zombie", "insane", "Andy Breckman" etc and see what pops up.
  10:11am Joe Steele:

Around Union Square there is a bar that gives you free home made pizza when you get beer. On 14th.

Crocodile Lounge
  10:11am GP:

Man, I have been out of it lately, what time did Andy give it up last week? I can't listen at that time....I guess it is on to the archives.
  10:11am -max-:

I was disappointed by the burgers at Sputnik.
  10:12am Doug of Canada:

Listener Doug of Canada reporting in ... sir.
  10:12am Vivian:

JCityJensen- Thanks for the suggestions but lean in, I have a confession: <whisper>I'm a vegetarian.
  10:13am JCityJensen:

-max- then try here: Xi'an Chinese Hamburger
Stall 36 Golden Shopping Mall
41-28 Main St
Queens NY at 41st Rd
  10:14am JCityJensen:

Hmmmm - this place could change your mind
Elsa la Reina Del Chicharron
212-304-1070 4840 Broadway at Academy St
  10:18am Janey Yonkers:

Take some tramadol, Ken. You'll feel better.
  10:18am stingy d:

ugh i used to have to listen to sean hannty on the radio for an hour almost everyday a while back. for nearly 6 or 8 months. it was vicious! brutal! that william bell!! thats whats up. hey ken. way to play the zip code racists.
  10:18am Lewis:

Dave the Spazz at Lincoln Center - Right up there with Johnny Cash at Carnegie Hall!
  10:20am -max-:

Veggie: Angelica's Kitchen on East 12th Street is still good. Avoid Zen Palate, as I found a piece of metal in a spring roll from there. A bit ironic, eh?
  10:22am jeremy the listener:

  10:22am Cecile:

"spring surprise" as that Monty Python sketch went
  10:23am JCityJensen:

MUSIC PLEASE - no hannity please
  10:24am -max-:

  10:25am Joe Steele:

In my awful FMU DJ dream, there was a lot of dead air, but I DID do the station ID right.
  10:26am Cecile:

Ken, do you have the Black Randy phone tape? That is awesome.
  10:26am jeremy the listener:

  10:26am -max-:

Sad to say, I did see this coming...
  10:27am GP:

This guy is a D*ck.
  10:28am Listener Bronwyn C.:

I used to stand in the record library, and the only band I could ever think of the name of was Pavement. But I didn't know I was turned on to them by K-Rock. I wish someone had told me.
  10:29am Andrew:

around 6 last nite Dennis Elsas on FUV cited Dennis Dykken article in USA Today about Ringo on his birthday -
  10:29am GP:

but I was laughing after listening to him..thanks Ken.
  10:29am Cecile:

He has to be a plant.
I remember when Pavement were opening their gigs with clips of Mr. Show.
  10:30am ozzy skateboard:

I love "social folk dance" always gets me right here, yeah People Like Us!
  10:33am Ken:

Yeah, the Pavement announcer was a friend of the band.
  10:34am Ken:

Hey Ozzy Skateboard - I never got a response to my questions about the stream problem you wrote me about. Email me back about it.
  10:35am oozy skateboard:

oh did you mail me? ok i'll look now and respond
  10:35am Cecile:

yeah, no commercial station DJ would ever say that onstage. They'd just think it. And he was too funny in the right places...
  10:37am Ken:

Anybody have an MP3 of the song "Hooty Sapperticker" by "Barbara aand the Boys" from Las Vegas Grind Viol 1 they can email me? ken at wfmu dot org
  10:42am ozzy skateboard:

ah yes, i found it, sent response which sez 128 archive.
  10:45am Doug in Canada:

Liking this Egil "Bop" Johansen ... where'd it come from?
  10:46am annie:

i am relaying a message from Janet H:
Hello. tell everyone i said hi on kens playlist....i miss U guys....i guess u can tell ken good morning too!...Thanks!
  10:47am -max-:

Psychotic Leisure Music ( posted it in 12/2006. Hello Janet!
  10:49am Ken:

Max, do you have a link to the file? Hello Janet's proxy! Hello Bronwyn!
  10:49am John from Oslo:

We Are the World by the Residents - grrrreat ; =)
  10:52am jan:

Ken: You read the hometown paper, NY Times, right? here is the article that should be written about you, but they were confused and somehow wrote about Kasey Kasem imstead.
  10:53am Dan B:

Been Loving the Venture Bros. Soundtrack showing up the past couple of weeks. What are the chances of hearing some Thirlwell today, Ken?
  10:53am Listener zero:

Hello, Ken Freedman! I am listening to your show.
  10:53am -max-:

Ken: It is an ".rar" archive, with the whole album together as one file. After the dl feeds in, I can email the single song to you. Or did ozzy skateboard send it to you already?
  10:53am John from Oslo:

Hello, Ken Freedman! I am listening to your show too!
  10:54am GP:

Ken, you know I was going to ask...but when you get a second...please let us know what that boingy music is that you are playing in the background.
  10:57am jeremy the listener:

Nachum Segal forgives you.
  10:57am John from Oslo:

Try to play "clap your tits" by Bob Log III from the trike CD!
or the bonus track with just the tits clapping.... hmmmm or maybe not
  10:58am Craiglists Listerners:

offer beer, ken, offer beer
  10:58am GP:

Advertise Michael Jackson concert tickets..that'll get em.!
  10:58am Listener zero:

If we want to give ideas for the craigslist 7SD, do we use this playlist here or will the 7SD playlist be set up before the actual show begings
  10:58am Cecile:

I want to see the Hurt Locker.
I've been following Jeremy Renner since he was a reality show contestant on "The It Factor" a zillion years ago.
  10:59am Happy Listener:

Any offer on craigslist with a phone number will get a few responses. Keep it cheap.
  10:59am Crispin Glover:

Ken - do you have a box of things that almost killed you?
  10:59am ozzy skateboard:

how about take interviews for a job, then andy can interview them over the air.
  11:00am Laurie:

But do you care about the lizard people?
  11:00am Cecile:

he really wasn't a contestant, the cameras just followed him around as he ate ramen and prepared for the "Dahmer" premiere. He played Jeffrey Dahmer and wrote and produced it.
  11:00am jan:

hoodie sapper ticker- I heard that years ago on your show- what happened to your copy? It was pretty extraordinary.
  11:00am Parq:

Ken, in a key way, "Hurt Locker" is very much about the Iraq War, and how warfare has come out of jungles and mountains and come onto city streets where "The enemy" might or might not be standing and watching as soldiers do their jobs. Did I also think it was an exceptional movie? Yes I did.
  11:01am jeremy the listener:

the job could be for a local radio station talk show slot
  11:01am Happy Listener:

Offer attention, offer Andy's abuse, it doesn't matter, people will call. Posting it in the message forums (like musical beat) may get more interesting results than just placing an ad.
  11:01am JCityJensen:

Hey Ken - can u play any 'Drawers' today? and/also (anyone) - where can i get CD of them - I contacted the band but they said they havent released anything yet........
  11:01am Cecile:

I am very excited to see this. I have seen clips and erm, been blown away. That scene with David Morse...
  11:02am Steve Gugel:

When does your show begin?
  11:02am Cecile:

please don't f- with Venue, Ken.
  11:03am Steve Gugel:

Why am I asking?
  11:03am Ken:

Great ideas about Craigslist all! Parq, that's true, but I guess what made it such a great movie for me is that it spoke about war beyong the Iraq war as well.
  11:03am Steve Gugel:

Why did you get me on this question kick. I don't know.
  11:03am Cecile:

thank you! I like this song.
  11:04am Listener zero:

Ask for little kids on craigslist.
  11:04am c:

ken, go to craigslist personnel section and start emailing everyone - many emails, maybe a couple responses - tell them you are a big time radio station in nyc offering a "prize" (try diff cities)
  11:05am Steve Gugel:

That sounds like "I'm your fetus, it's your desire"
  11:06am Ken:

Cecile, I love you and I NEVER fuck with Venue.
  11:06am ozzy skateboard:

maybe offer free psychic healings
  11:07am Cecile:

I love you too, Ken, and I am glad you never fuck with Venus.
  11:11am -max-:

Ken: Email sent.
  11:11am GP:

Ken..if you like that is where to get some:
  11:19am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

So most of us are Losers !!!! HEY NOW!!!!!!!!
  11:20am Parq:

Ken, I totally get and agree with your point as well. As one critic put it, this is an Iraq war movie for people who don't like Iraq war movies. And I'm glad you finally told 'Cile you love her; I was beginning to worry.

Way back when that record was on AM radio, I thought it was "I'm your penis, I'm your fire." The 14-year-old mind . . .
  11:20am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

RealPlayer is for Geeks and pornographers anyway
  11:22am triish:

And as of July 12, will this announcement fall out of rotation?
#'s : frequency, huh?
  11:23am Parq:

Ken, this is bliss! I never heard that term before.
  11:23am BSI:

dat sapperticker was worth the wait, I daresay!
  11:23am GP:

  11:23am -max-:

Hootie! Say it! It's fun. Hootie!
  11:26am doug from dc:

Well the good thing about RealPlayer was that it always buffers, so I could scroll back if I missed something. But I switched to MP3 a while ago because of the improved sound quality.
  11:27am Happy Listener:

"Jibba Jab" sounds like Mr. T and Louis Armstrong got into the teleporter accident from "The Fly".
  11:29am c:

speaking of...does eneyone know the title of an older british movie about a military guy who diffused bombs? it had a long sequence on a beach - classic tense music and shots. since i heard about the iraq movie ive been trying to remember the title.
  11:30am jeremy the listener:

mamma was an insect person once
  11:33am Many Compound Eyes:

Watching We are everywhere Ken
  11:33am Doug in canada:

Damn, Ken mentioned a movie that sounded interesting that announce break and I missed the title ... anyone?
  11:34am Cecile:

The Hurt Locker
  11:34am JCityJensen:

hey C - is it
  11:35am TRIP-TRAP:

i miss michael.
  11:36am Doug in Canada:

Thanks folks ... much appreciated ...
  11:38am c:

jcity - the one im thinking of was in black and white - and i think mid 50s
  11:38am GP:

Ken, If I had to pick the most excellent segment of your show, it would have to be these three songs.
  11:38am jeremy the listener:

Nacham Seagal listens to k-rock
  11:38am hub cap:
  11:40am Cecile:

I love Charley Pride's version of this.
Also his "The snakes crawl at night" is a great creey country song
  11:41am Cecile:

  11:41am JCityJensen:

Hey C is it:
  11:44am JCityJensen:

ken - is it Bobby Bare?
  11:45am jcity:

no its not, although that movie looks interesting and worth searching out
  11:45am Cecile:

oh, the American Astronaut?
  11:46am mxtlplk:

Ken, how about a DIY marathon premium if the station can't afford to send out CDs and shirts this year. Post the mp3s on your website with a password e-mailed to those who donated. Also send a JPEG we can iron on to last years tee shirt.
  11:46am -max-:

I am enjoying both of Ken's personalities today.
  11:47am JCityJensen:

hmmmmm - its not :

how about :
  11:48am ozzy skateboard:

Sean Hannity, bringing out the ME in YOU :P
  11:51am annie:

was singing basketball jones to myself last night, this is as close as i'm gonna get.. not bad..
  11:51am -max-:

Domo arigatou gozaimasu, Ken-san!
  11:53am GP:

Annie..that song needs to be shouted out...
Basketball Jones, I got a Basketball Jones
Got a Basketball Jones, oh baby, oo-oo-ooo
  11:54am c:

jcity - not took place during the war...and i remember reading about the beach sequence as an example of good filmaking but the film itself wasnt (why i searched it out in the first place)
  11:55am annie:

gp- it's what i was doin and the dog thought i was crazy!
  11:56am Silver Surfer:

Hey! Where's my . . .
  11:57am JCityJensen:

damn! sorry c - well maybe you'd like this too:
  11:57am ozzy skateboard:

oh god that is a scary picture hehehe
  11:58am GP:

eh..dogs don't know nothin about basketball..well except for Air Bud of course.
  11:58am ozzy skateboard:

hahaha I got a Silver Machine hahahahaha lol
  12:00pm c:

jcity - thanks but no need to knock yrself out, im sure ill run into it again but thanks for the movies
  12:00pm asdf:

when is the next live 7 second delay?
  4:16pm NicoleD:

Great show today, Ken!!
  11:45pm shiro taniguchi:

Thank you Ken.
It is Shiro Taniguchi that put the tune in the beginning.
The title of track4 is "The space alien came. "
I am usually drawing the illustration.
Thank you.
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