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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Donovan  Season of the Witch (mono)   Favoriting Sunshine Superman (Deluxe)  EMI  1966      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Pow R. Toc H.   Favoriting Piper at the Gates of Dawn  Capitol  1967      0:04:27 (Pop-up)
Jefferson Airplane  The House At Pooneil Corners   Favoriting Crown of Creation  RCA  1968      0:08:45 (Pop-up)
The Doors  Shaman's Blues   Favoriting Soft Parade  Elektra  1969      0:14:35 (Pop-up)
Inkubus Sukkubus  Love Eternal   Favoriting Live from Camden    2011    outtake from live set broadcast on Dark Night of the Soul  0:19:23 (Pop-up)
The Moody Blues  Don't You Feel Small   Favoriting A Question of Balance  Decca  1970      0:23:44 (Pop-up)
The Vogue  A Doll Spits Cubes   Favoriting Neonbeats: Austrian New Wave and Postpunk (V/A)  Klang Galerie        0:26:51 (Pop-up)
Kurt Gottschalk  vampyre storie   Favoriting     2011    From Thunk Tank meetup, music: Olivier Messiaen & Jon Gillock, Le Mystere de la Sainte Trinite  0:30:57 (Pop-up)
Miranda Sex Garden  Close to the Sky   Favoriting Carnival of Souls  Cleopatra   2000      0:41:37 (Pop-up)
Lemon Kittens  (afraid of) Being Bled By Leeches   Favoriting We Buy a Hammer for Daddy  United Dairies  1980      0:43:47 (Pop-up)
Evanescence  Oceans   Favoriting Evanescence  Windup  2011      0:46:00 (Pop-up)
Nouvelle Vague  Bela Lugosi's Dead   Favoriting Band A Part  Luka Bop  2006      0:49:54 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

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Black Fortress of Opium
Live on WFMU
Engineer:Irene Trudel
Black Fortress of Opium  Crack & Pool   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:02:35 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Ari   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:10:08 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Desperate Kiss   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:18:07 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Afyonkarahisar Battle Cry   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:22:09 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Blind   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:29:49 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Regret & Rue   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:35:33 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  The Sealed Word   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:40:48 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  The Facts of Love   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:44:55 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Twelve Gross   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011      1:49:59 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun   Favoriting Live on WFMU    2011    Pink Floyd cover, thanks you guys!!  1:55:21 (Pop-up)
Black Fortress of Opium  Interview   Favoriting           2:02:39 (Pop-up)
 

Yuri, Joel, Ajda & Tony
 

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

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Cabaret Voltaire  Nag Nag Nag   Favoriting The Indie Scene 1979 The Story  Connoisseur Collection  1991      2:21:13 (Pop-up)
The Soft Boys  Sandra's Having Her Brain Out   Favoriting Can of Bees  Rykodisc  1979      2:25:36 (Pop-up)
Cocteau Twins  Alas Dies Laughing   Favoriting BBC Sessions  Rykodisc  1982      2:29:43 (Pop-up)
Sex Gang Children  Last Chants for the Slow Dance   Favoriting Blind  Cleopatra  1992      2:33:10 (Pop-up)
Cranes  Fourteen   Favoriting Population Four  Dedicated  1997      2:37:17 (Pop-up)
Public Image Limited  Under the House   Favoriting Flowers of Romance  Warner Bros.  1981      2:40:29 (Pop-up)
Siouxsie & The Banshees  Spellbound   Favoriting Spellbound  Polydor  1981  7"    2:44:56 (Pop-up)
David Bowie  Heart's Filthy Lesson   Favoriting Outside  Virgin  1995      2:48:12 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Syd Barrett 

Gigolo Aunt (loop)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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Listener comments!

  3:01am
King Penguin:

hey julie
  3:03am
Andrew:

Hi Julie! (or Donna?) O_o

and hi King Penguin

Good Donovan song.
  3:04am
Julie:

Evening folks! Don't believe what Dum Dum says ;)
  3:04am
listener mark:

Good morning Julie, King Penguin, and Andrew
  3:04am
King Penguin:

he had me worried
  3:05am
listener mark:

I don't listen to Captain rum bum
  3:08am
King Penguin:

i kind of liked it in in july when he was saying julie's name was Jul-y. but that was a log time ago.
  3:08am
DJKG:

gateway to dark night of the joyful soul!
  3:08am
Andrew:

Hi mark ^_^

well he also said Halloween started in Ancient Greece...

I like this Pink Floyd one.
  3:09am
King Penguin:

log time ago?
  3:11am
King Penguin:

Jefferson Airplane, already? Coolness.
  3:12am
Andrew:

awww stupid wireless internet losing connection....
I'm liking the bits of this Jefferson Airplane song I can hear. I haven't heard a lot of their music.

hi DJKG
  3:13am
Julie:

I love them more and more
  3:15am
King Penguin:

Anything that features Balin is for me.
  3:17am
King Penguin:

Is this another Doors song from an anthology i dont havee?
  3:19am
Julie:

anyone got $4?
  3:20am
King Penguin:

Uh. sure
  3:20am
DJKG:

i have $4.

hi andrew.
  3:22am
Julie:

That's all I need for 100 percent <------
  3:23am
Julie:

Coming up, my misspelling someone's name
  3:23am
listener mark:

Sent $10 xoxoxo
  3:23am
Julie:

Mark! Thank you thank you thank you! Have a reese's peanut butter cup
  3:24am
King Penguin:

Telekinesis.
  3:24am
King Penguin:

Hey i made it hit 100% where's my cup?
  3:25am
listener mark:

You are most welcome. Thank you for the tunes.
  3:26am
Julie:

Thanks to both of you. Only one cup, you get candy corn
  3:27am
King Penguin:

Thank you Julie.
  3:30am
Andrew:

Ohh, I missed that moody Blues song. I have that album oni t's way to me now ^_^
I got Days of Future Passed a few days ago & it arrived scratched O_Q
I am just cleaning it in my CD repair machine right now.

woohoo 100%! ^_^
  3:30am
DJKG:

2 donors, one cup.
  3:32am
King Penguin:

Dark Night of Soul is young and there and are still goals to fulfil.
  3:33am
King Penguin:

wow i cant spell. What is it i do for a living?
  3:34am
Andrew:

this guy is um....
I like the music though ^_^
  3:35am
King Penguin:

he said meat packing.
  3:36am
Julie:

He made a good choice for the music, this is Kurt, friday afternoon WFMU DJ
  3:38am
Andrew:

ah. is he reading Twilight or something? O_o
He was on about swearing & the Japanese & I think I missed something....now he's on vampires....
It does match the music though ^_^
  3:38am
King Penguin:

Really? Sounds professional, assured.
  3:39am
Julie:

it's a horror story and he wrote it
  3:40am
ausmanx:

evening Julie and listeners... never thought I'd be hearing Messaien on Dark Night! i am thinking he was a profound influence on Hayward and Lodge... Messiaen was kind of obsessed with transcribing the songs of Australian birds towards the end of his career. weird.
  3:42am
DJKG:

thanks, jules!
  3:42am
King Penguin:

Impressed.
  3:43am
Julie:

Thank YOU! I had a great song to play after but I hit the wrong button :p
  3:45am
Julie:

He picked the artist, I had never heard of him
  3:46am
Andrew:

Hi ausmanx ^_^
That was pretty good I guess. He has a good reading voice.
I like Messaien too, he was an early elecronic music composer.

Oh this sounds nice....and just as I thought that it cuts out....grrr don't think I've heard any songs by ,Miranda Sex Garden before.

wow, this one is different....
  3:47am
listener mark:

Happy All Saints Day !
  3:49am
Julie:

I heard it last week and thought it perfect for late Halloween
  3:49am
ausmanx:

yeah, the Floyd liked Messaien anyway. ah Lemon Kittens, a properly weird bunch too. which reminds me, did you ever encounter an English duo from the same time called the Native Hipsters, Julie? track em down if you can... a track called "There Goes Concorde Again" is perhaps the most delightfully strange thing ever committed to 7" vinyl, and it would be great to hear it again... hey, Andrew!
  3:50am
King Penguin:

I couldnt get my dry cleaning in Paris because it was All Saints Day. the French are into Catholic holidays, or maybe just holidays.
  3:51am
Julie:

Aus I will have to check them out
  3:52am
King Penguin:

wow what a song to cover.
  3:56am
edinblack:

Yay! Thanks for that (Bela Lugosi's Dead).
  3:59am
edinblack:

Last week I saw a singer songwriter play who said to the crowd that he would not wish everyone a happy Halloween because he didn't believe in that --- by which he meant to let us know he was Christian... Hmmm. His remark spawned many thoughts in my head.
  4:01am
edinblack:

...one of which was: What do you have against Superman, Cat Woman, Spiderman, and all the other Halloween heroes? I mean, I don't actually believe they exist either...
  4:02am
King Penguin:

All Christian holidays come out of the pagan ones. It's not a coincidence today is All Saints day.
  4:04am
Andrew:

I don't think superheroes are particularly Halloween....I wonder what they wore in the old days 1000s of years ago.
yeh, even christmas is based on some pagan thing.
  4:06am
Andrew:

I like this by Black Fortress of Opium. She has a nice voice & the guitar sounds cool.
  4:06am
jamesie:

good music to accompany the surrounding scenes of a trading floor in London.
  4:07am
Julie:

They were wonderful! First time I had a real rock guitar guy
  4:07am
King Penguin:

Equinox. the Light shall lead them. Chanukkah, same thing.
  4:07am
Julie:

@jamesie haha must be quite a contrast
  4:08am
King Penguin:

Jamesie! Hahahahaha.
  4:08am
Julie:

I'm going to have to ride the volume here, when the guitarist talks he'll blow your ears out
  4:09am
King Penguin:

Julie, what was that about a real rock guitar guy?
  4:12am
Marmalade Kitty:

good morning Julie! How are you? your on an hour early cos of the clocks f**ing about!
  4:13am
Andrew:

I remember this Ari song. ^_^
  4:14am
Julie:

Morning Kitty! Oops! Everyone gets so confused with the time thing. I think we change next week.
  4:17am
King Penguin:

So the changed in the UK. I was confused on twitter. i thought people were joking, but now i see it was the UK peeps, of which there are many on my line.
  4:17am
edinblack:

Andrew: I pretty much agree with you. Halloween has become a pretty 'branded' / 'corporate' thing in the USA, I think, and so I don't see much in the Copyright-protected cartoon characters and video game figures kids are wearing to worry some Christian worried about paganism...
  4:17am
edinblack:

Oh my gosh, that was live? Wow!
  4:19am
ausmanx:

well, Christianity's pretty much a corporate brand these days too, so no reason why Halloween can't dovetail with that. jesus masks are damn scary, if you ask me. as for jamesie, i hope you're just observing and not working there. otherwise, i'm afraid you're the enemy...
  4:22am
Marmalade Kitty:

today Hallowmas or all saints day, is what the fuss is about the eve before
  4:22am
jamesie:

I am the enema.
  4:23am
Andrew:

Could dress as a banker for Halloween, that'd be scary.
Last night was funny, I was at my sisters having a birthday gathering, & the kids were knocking for trick or treat. It was aobut 8.30 & we heard a knock & my uncle went out the back & yelled 'what do you want?' and this woman replied, it's the Avon lady, I'm here to collect the order book.
  4:23am
ausmanx:

may all the demons of All Hallows Eve wreak a pox on you and your kind, sir!
  4:24am
Julie:

Now now, the WFMU comment board is a neutral zone
  4:27am
Marmalade Kitty:

thats not very nice ausmanx
  4:28am
edinblack:

By the way really enjoying this wild live music.
  4:29am
Julie:

I must've heard it 27 times as I was editing, and I still love it!
  4:30am
jamesie:

@ausmax do not limit yourself by one-dimensional thinking. I am not divulging my identity but am confident that if you knew me you would be ashamed of yourself. I am an activist for occupyLSX have helped UKuncut etc etc. Please grow up.
  4:31am
ausmanx:

@jamesie, oh dear, we do need a sense of humour, don't we?
  4:31am
Julie:

Do I even want to know what something called UK Uncut is?
  4:31am
edinblack:

My apologies if I stirred anything up in a bad-taste-in-the-mouth sort of way. I merely meant to make some off-hand seasonal remarks...! Let's all enjoy the music, folks!
  4:34am
Julie:

"I throw your mother in the garbage"
  4:34am
King Penguin:

What!
  4:35am
Julie:

BTW they played a very special cover for us at the end of their set.
  4:36am
edinblack:

Julie: Ha ha! Night night --- have a good morning, all. Thanks Julie and BF of O for a great show.
  4:36am
Julie:

What's it say about me that when i think "fortress" it is automatically followed by "of solitude"
  4:37am
Julie:

Goodnight Edin, thanks for stopping in!
  4:37am
King Penguin:

Julie, i might have to run soon. Thanks for a great month of theme shows. Each one was special and so are you,
  4:37am
Andrew:

this is good music. is it on the FMA? Would love to play it for my friend, he'd like it for sure.
UK Uncut is a grassroots anti-austerity action network People of all ages and backgrounds are coming together to oppose the cuts and expose the government's lies
That's what it is....
Ooh love the bass guitar on this one Regret & Rue

night edinblack ^_^
  4:38am
Julie:

@Andrew yes, it will be on the FMA
  4:40am
Marmalade Kitty:

Good grief, it's November! we had better collect wood for bonfires and stock up on fireworks
  4:43am
Andrew:

aww cya later King Penguin ^_^

yy for FMA ^_^

You are kind of in your own 'fortress of solitude' Julie, hehe
hi Marmalade kitty ^_^

We have the wood fire going now & last week it was 30C or so
  4:43am
King Penguin:

Bye andrew
  4:44am
Julie:

We had a nor'easter on Saturday, nuts
  4:45am
ausmanx:

wasn't there a ton of snow dumped on Jersey, Julie?
  4:46am
Julie:

Yes! and CT! Lots of people still are without power because trees with leaves still on them fell down.
  4:46am
Julie:

And yet when I was here on Sunday there was hardly anything on the ground.
  4:47am
Marmalade Kitty:

mad!
  4:47am
Julie:

First time we had snow in October as long as they've been keeping records (like mid 1800's)
  4:47am
jamesie:

nice Grace Slick esque vocals
  4:48am
Julie:

Can you tell why I love these guys? Right mix of dark & psychedelic
  4:48am
King Penguin:

Our friend in Maine was without for a while.
  4:49am
King Penguin:

Black Hollies had psych down Saturday.
  4:49am
Marmalade Kitty:

The Facts of Love this is nice
  4:49am
Julie:

I need a new word to substitute for awesome
  4:50am
King Penguin:

Fantabulous.
  4:51am
ausmanx:

teenage daughter says "hectic" is the new "awesome", but i'm not sure i like it...
  4:51am
King Penguin:

Oops do have to go . Congrats on tripling your goal.
  4:52am
Julie:

bye KP, yeah I'm sure hectic to anyone over 18 will just be taken literally
  4:53am
Marmalade Kitty:

but a few here julie.. amazing, alarming, astonishing, awe-inspiring, awful, beautiful, breathtaking, daunting, dreadful, exalted, fearful, fearsome, formidable, frantic, frightening, grand, hairy*, horrible, horrifying, imposing, impressive, intimidating, magnificent, majestic, mean, mind-blowing*, moving, nervous, overwhelming, real gone, shocking, something else, striking, stunning, stupefying, terrible, terrifying, wonderful, wondrous, zero cool..
  4:54am
Julie:

I like "real gone." I can bring out my inner Maynard G Krebs (there's a current reference for ya)
  4:55am
Andrew:

hehe, I remember years ago when my cousin was with me at the Melbourne motor show & he said some car was 'sick' & I said, but it's cool? O_o & he explained to me how 'sick' was the new 'cool' in the city. (I don't live in the city)
  4:59am
Julie:

Oh yeah..sick has been around for ages, and I still don't ever hear it the right way. "She has a sick body." "oh, what's wrong with her?"
  5:00am
Julie:

wheeee I love thisi
  5:00am
Andrew:

I like this song.
This has been a great live set ^_^
  5:03am
jamesie:

a lot of live sets come and go. this is one to treasure and remember.
  5:04am
Marmalade Kitty:

The only track on saucerful of secrets in which all five Floyd members played together
  5:04am
Julie:

Yes!
  5:05am
Marmalade Kitty:

nice!
  5:06am
Julie:

@MK I was wondering if that was a Syd track or not, so much of that album is Wright focused
  5:12am
Marmalade Kitty:

Roger Waters wrote the track Wright stuff awesome.. psychedelic dream
  5:13am
ausmanx:

nice story... (older) friend of mine had his 18th birthday in London in 1965 and was into jazz, but his brother wanted a "rock" band for his little brother's big night. so they hired a basement and booked some unknown band. basement owners banned amplification on the night, but band turned up and said "that's cool, we'll play acoustic". band's name turned out to be The Pink Floyd (as they were known then). Roger's sister spent the night chatting to Syd. Roger still doesn't really know who they are!
  5:14am
Julie:

Yeah I always forget to put "THE" in there
  5:16am
Matt from Springfield:

Good morning! Happy Halloween/Samhain/All Saints/Autumn Cross-Quarter!

I'll check that Black Fortress set later but wanted to see what your Halloween set us!
  5:16am
Julie:

Good morning, Matt!
  5:17am
Matt from Springfield:

@ausmanx: That's awesome! It would be awesome to book ANY London band in '65, they will either be famous or know someone who will be!
  5:18am
ausmanx:

Matt, yep, a bit like Manchester around 1977 I reckon!
  5:19am
Andrew:

Hi Matt!
that was a really good set & interview Julie ^_^
  5:20am
Matt from Springfield:

Morning Julie! I was watching The Wicker Man finally for this Halloween! Otherwise I would've gotten to bed earlier, but I was also hopped-up on candy I didn't give out! ;)

I loved DJ Kurt's story on Thunk Tank, glad you played that one!
  5:22am
Matt from Springfield:

@Andrew: Really look forward to that today!
@ausmanx: Now Liverpool in '65, you were already famous--if you weren't, you probably had no talent! ;)
  5:23am
Julie:

Thanks Andrew.
  5:25am
Andrew:

That would be pretty awesome 'I had Pink Floyd play in a basement for my 18th'
  5:25am
ausmanx:

wonderful, Julie, the Cabs at their best (which is saying something). i was in Liverpool in 65 actually (was born there!), but a bit young, i think (2)... mind you, 1965 Liverpool did inflict Gerry Marsden on the world.
  5:27am
ausmanx:

goodness, you're being nice to me tonight, Miss J... Mr Hitchcock too!!!!
  5:28am
Julie:

Aw I like Gerry
  5:29am
Julie:

I thought this was a good Halloween song
  5:30am
ausmanx:

well, I'm an Everton fan and Mr Marsden gave the theme song to our mortal enemies, Liverpool Football Club. so he cannot be forgiven. i'm being a little hostile tonight, aren't I? sorry about that...
  5:30am
Matt from Springfield:

Astronomically, the cool thing about the "Cross-Quarter" Days (Feb, May, Aug, Nov 1st, that represent the well known holidays Beltane, Samhain, etc), is that the Sun's direct position is exactly at 15° latitude. After that it rapidly moves toward the Equator for the Equinox, so it's kind of clever that primitive people could sense this shift.
  5:32am
Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, I almost laughed that you played this CT song, because I consider "Alas Dies Laughing" to be the 2nd most "Goth" song title of all time (2nd only, of course, to "Bela Lugosi's Dead", which I also see here :)
  5:33am
Julie:

The ceiling is making scary noises..support WFMU
  5:33am
Marmalade Kitty:

Z cars is better theme song ;)
  5:33am
Julie:

@Matt it was kind of a random pick
  5:34am
ausmanx:

damn right, Kitty!!!!
  5:35am
Marmalade Kitty:

we play Everton on saturday!
  5:36am
Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: All the BBC Sessions are great--you could pick any track from there!

@MKitty: Hi Kitty! Are you in a band?
  5:37am
Marmalade Kitty:

I wish I had a band.. I'm always ready to rock!
  5:37am
ausmanx:

ah, who is we? it's a struggle being an Evertonian, I must admit. but I was born right there... just wondering, people, is it a good thing that the world's population has ticked over to 7 billion? a question from the least populated (habitable) continent...
  5:38am
Julie:

Kitty is her OWN band.
  5:40am
Julie:

Need a name for goth/psychedelia...anyone using Gothedelia yet?
  5:41am
Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Hence the "we"--one lady band! :)

Parliament Gothedelic? Gothefonica?
  5:43am
Andrew:

Psygoth?

yeh, 7billion...i thought it was 6 billion a few years ago? (like 10-15 years) 7 does seem a lot....given the problems of overcrowding, famine & pollution
  5:43am
Julie:

The Goth Floyd. I'd go see them.
  5:43am
Matt from Springfield:

@MKitty: That's cool if you are a performer though, do you have a website for it or something? I'll give you a plug!
  5:44am
Matt from Springfield:

As for this PI Ltd, post-psypunk?
  5:45am
Marmalade Kitty:

Psygothic?
  5:46am
Andrew:

ohhh this is really early PIL? I haven't heard much (any?) early stuff. He went totally different to the Sex Pistols. Did the other band members go on to different projects? Seems it's only johnny Rotten that went anywhere after they broke up.

ohhhh yay, I like Souxie ^_^
  5:47am
Marmalade Kitty:

Siouxsie!!!
  5:47am
Julie:

Psygothic is good cuz it sounds like psychotic
  5:47am
Julie:

Steve Jones did stuff, can't remember what at the moment
  5:49am
jamesie:

Jo Faull was meant to be in Flowers of Romance. The band never existed. Riding the Bonneville tripping with her - she is still a DJ but John hates her now! Ha ha
  5:49am
Matt from Springfield:

Spellbound! Great one!

@Andrew: As I learned in human geography, the world kept adding billions in the 20th century, and at a faster rate, 1920, 1960, 1975, 1987, 1999, and now 2011. So the rate has stopped increasing, but the population may get to 10 billion before it peaks this century. Wonder how the world will take that.
  5:49am
jamesie:

Jo Faull was meant to be in Flowers of Romance. The band never existed. Riding the Bonneville tripping with her - she is still a DJ but John hates her now! Ha ha
  5:49am
Marmalade Kitty:

psygothic reaction to dark night!
  5:50am
Julie:

Is that the girl on the cover of Flowers?
  5:50am
Matt from Springfield:

Band name: Psychotic Neurotic!
Even better, Psygothic Erotic!
  5:51am
jamesie:

I went out with her in 78 she went out with John as well,
  5:52am
Marmalade Kitty:

julie do you have Syds vegetable man?

very good Matt!
  5:53am
Julie:

sorry MK kind of out of time!
  5:53am
Julie:

everything Syd is good!
  5:54am
Matt from Springfield:

There's some Syd!
  5:54am
jamesie:

no thats not Jo its Viv
  5:55am
Andrew:

Thanks Julie ^_^
Been a great show tonight!
see you next week!
catch you all later ^_^
  5:56am
Marmalade Kitty:

real gone show, Julie!
Have a nice week y'all :)
  5:56am
Julie:

thanks everyone!
  5:56am
Matt from Springfield:

Great show! Have a great Tuesday everyone!
  5:57am
Julie:

HA I probably could've fit Vegetable Man in here..always worried about running out of time!
  5:57am
Julie:

so extra syd guitar then
  5:58am
Matt from Springfield:

That's the problem, I noticed the web stream seems to cut in @5:59 every morning, it kinda shortens what you can do!
  5:58am
Andrew:

well, it's nice guitar ^_^
  5:58am
Julie:

@matt exactly which is why I try to end early, first few shows I'd get cut off
  5:58am
Marmalade Kitty:

won't you please stay on the track..? 'cos I almost want you back..
  6:01am
Matt from Springfield:

@MKitty :)
That works out well for a show's ending!
  12:13pm
Van in Dallas:

Listening in on archive as I always try to on my Tuesday work day. Up to the Bela Legosi's Dead cover...interesting. Never heard this cover before. Liking it :)
  1:38pm
Van in Dallas:

Just noticed that Irene did the Engineering for the live set. Multitalented woman...thank you Irene! :)
  2:07pm
Van in Dallas:

Oh wow. I consider Houston my hometown as well. Born in Amarillo but moved to Houston at 2 and grew up there.
  2:13pm
Van in Dallas:

I really like the mandolin too. One of the Tasseomancy twins plays it as well: http://www.truthexplosion.com/live/photo_section/photos.php?id=2529
  2:21pm
Van in Dallas:

Okay, made it through the interview. Really a nice one! I like those folks :)
  3:24pm
Van in Dallas:

Nice show, thank you Julie. Great way to end it with Bowie, one of my favorites :)

Enjoyed the Black Fortress live set, and wow/kudos to them from commuting from/to Boston just for the live recording!
  9:29pm
other david:

Listening to the show over a glass of wine after one hell of a hectic, but fun, day. Great way to unwind, but sad I missed it live.
  12:27am
Holly in NC:

Enjoying the archive, Julie! Y'know, parts of the Jefferson Airplane cut you chose totally reminded me of X. (*Parts*. ;-))
I wonder what Grace & Xene would make of each other?
  12:58am
julie:

That never occurred to me. Will have to relisten.
  9:10pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Julie! I'm catching the first hour now, the one I missed because of the cuckoo clock! :)
  10:04pm
Marmalade Kitty:

I really enjoyed that set! Great show, thanks Julie see ya soon!
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