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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Ray Daytona & The Googoobombas  Love and Napalm   Favoriting various - Soundflat Records' Ballroom Bash Vol. 5  Soundflat  2011    0:00:00 Pop-up)  
Kinks  It's Alright   Favoriting s/t  Castle  1964/1998    0:05:28 Pop-up)  
Swamp Rats  It's Not Easy   Favoriting Disco Still Sucks  Get Hip  1966/2003    0:07:45 Pop-up)  
The Country Gentlemen  Baby Jean   Favoriting various - The Beat Merchants  United Artists  1964/1976    0:11:22 Pop-up)  
Bad Ronald  Three Chord Joe   Favoriting     2011    0:13:45 Pop-up)  
The Boss Mustangs  The Island of Misfit People   Favoriting s/t  Spinout  2011    0:15:52 Pop-up)  
Midnight Evils  Move With You All Night Long   Favoriting Breakin' It Down  Estrus  2005    0:19:40 Pop-up)  
Big Star  Thank You Freinds   Favoriting Third/Sister Lovers  Rykodisc  1974/1978/1992  Thank YOU all for a great marathon!  0:30:31 Pop-up)  
Ribeye Brothers  Crashing the Ambulance   Favoriting New Ways To Fail  This Is You  2007    0:32:03 Pop-up)  
Imperial Teen  Hanging About   Favoriting Feel the Sound  Merge  2012    0:34:31 Pop-up)  
King Louie's Missing Monuments  Nite Fall   Favoriting Paint It White  Douche Master  2011    0:39:38 Pop-up)  
Hot Knives  You Can Get Anything You Want   Favoriting Hot Knives  Grown Up Wrong!  1976/2011    0:41:50 Pop-up)  
Al Staehely  Lovin' Tuff   Favoriting 10K Hours  Steady Boy  1982/2011    0:45:59 Pop-up)  
Bay City Rollers  Jenny Gotta Dance   Favoriting Rollermania!  Salvo  1974/2010    0:48:15 Pop-up)  
Midwest Beat  All Nite Long   Favoriting Gone Not Lost  Dusty Medical Records  2011    0:51:14 Pop-up)  
RIP Davy Jones  
Monkees  You and I   Favoriting Instant Replay  Rhino  1969/1995  Neil Young on guitar!  1:01:49 Pop-up)  
Monkees  99 Pounds   Favoriting Changes  Rhino  1970/1995    1:04:06 Pop-up)  
Monkees  She Hangs Out   Favoriting Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.  Rhino  1967/1995    1:05:31 Pop-up)  
Monkees  Love To Love   Favoriting Music Box  Rhino  1967/2001  Neil Diamond  1:08:00 Pop-up)  
Monkees  I Wanna Be Free (first version)   Favoriting Music Box  Rhino  1966/2001    1:11:09 Pop-up)  
Monkees  Someday Man   Favoriting Instant Replay bonus track  Rhino  1969/1995  Paul Williams  1:13:55 Pop-up)  
Vinnie Basile  Girl   Favoriting 45  Davy Jones Presents  1967?    1:20:20 Pop-up)  
Plato & the Philosophers  Thirteen O'Clock Flight To Psychedelphia   Favoriting various - Garage Beat '66 Vol. 5: Readin' Your Will  Sundazed  1966/2005    1:22:48 Pop-up)  
JuJus  I'm Really Sorry   Favoriting various - Scream Loud!!! The Fenton Story  Way Back  1966/2006    1:25:07 Pop-up)  
Night Beats  Ain't a Ghost   Favoriting s/t  Trouble in Mind  2011  playing live here on the show next month!  1:27:45 Pop-up)  
Born Liars  Cool Yr Jets   Favoriting Ragged Island  Cutthroat Records  2009    1:30:47 Pop-up)  
Mean Magic  Flashlight City   Favoriting     2012    1:33:35 Pop-up)  
Guitar Lightnin' Lee and His Thunder Band  Human Fly   Favoriting Just an Ol' G  Rhinestone Records  2012    1:39:00 Pop-up)  
Flat Duo Jets  So Long I'm Gone   Favoriting Introducing ...  Norton  1993    1:47:43 Pop-up)  
Flat Duo Jets  Mexicali Baby   Favoriting Introducing ...  Norton  1993  Dex Romweber Duo WEDNESDAY NIGHT in Asbury Park at the Saint!  1:50:00 Pop-up)  
Flat Duo Jets  Whoa Blue Baby   Favoriting Introducing ...  Norton  1993    1:51:30 Pop-up)  
Lydia Loveless  Learn To Say No   Favoriting Indestructible Machine  Bloodshot  2012    1:53:35 Pop-up)  
Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires  Opelika   Favoriting There Is a Bomb in Gilead  Alive  2012  live here on the show April 10!  1:57:18 Pop-up)  
The Happen-Ins  Die   Favoriting s/t    2010  Austin, Texas  2:01:46 Pop-up)  
Vicky and the Vengents  Nothin' Left To Say   Favoriting Cry Now, Smile Later    2011    2:03:49 Pop-up)  
The Phantom Keys  Even If I Try   Favoriting The Real Sounds of the Phantom Keys  Screaming Apple  2012    2:06:28 Pop-up)  
Die Zorros  No No No   Favoriting Future  Voodoo Rhythm  2012    2:13:30 Pop-up)  
Triumphs  Draggin' Wagon   Favoriting various - Strummin' Mental Part Three  Phantom Sound & Vision  2008    2:15:46 Pop-up)  
The Fadeaways  Be a Caveman   Favoriting Lost Sounds    2011    2:18:01 Pop-up)  
Billy Childish & the Musicians of the British Empire  It Should Be Me   Favoriting 7"  Slovenly  2012    2:20:21 Pop-up)  
The No-Goods  Dolle Mina   Favoriting Hits Uit Het Noorden 10"  Kuriosa  2003    2:22:36 Pop-up)  
Brian Wilson Shock Treatment  The King of Atlantis   Favoriting cd single    2011    2:25:12 Pop-up)  
Astaroth  Salanispiritus   Favoriting various - Michigan Meltdown  Coney Dog  1971/2011    2:28:27 Pop-up)  
The Monsters  Whatcha Gonna Do   Favoriting Pop Up Yours!  Voodoo Rhythm  2011    2:34:39 Pop-up)  
Le Chelsea Beat  Tiger   Favoriting Mesdames et Messieurs ...  Killer Diller  2011    2:36:58 Pop-up)  
Siberians  Who's Laughing Now?   Favoriting 7"  Killer Diller  2012    2:40:17 Pop-up)  
Moto-Gators  Valiente   Favoriting Do the Sneak    2011    2:43:39 Pop-up)  
The Lolas  I Can't Don't Want To Faster   Favoriting various - Forty One Sixty: The Songs of the Shambles  Blindspot  2012    2:45:55 Pop-up)  
Crimson Shadows  When I'm Going Away   Favoriting One Step Beyond Sanity  Groovie  1988/2011    2:47:30 Pop-up)  
The Canary Sect  I'm Rowed Out   Favoriting Shake It But Don't Break It!  Screaming Apple  2005  The Eyes originally  2:50:28 Pop-up)  
Mind Spiders  Play You Out   Favoriting Meltdown  Dirtnap  2012    2:55:51 Pop-up)  
Dave Clark Five  Inside and Out   Favoriting The History of The Dave Clark Five  Hollywood  1967/1993    2:58:09 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

  12:04pm Carmichael:

Hiya Joe. Great marathon, as indicated by the wagging dog!
  12:06pm SmokinJ:

Mornin' Joe & R&R's everywhere. It's Spring baby!
  12:06pm PFFlyer:

and what can the cow do, besides what cow's doo an awful lot of....?
  12:08pm Mike East:

give milk?
  12:08pm geokopp:

Congratz Joe, & everyone else, on an ass-kickin marathon!
  12:09pm Cheri Pi:

Hey Joe-can you play Los Vigilantes? they'll be in Cincinnati tomorrow!!!
  12:10pm PFFlyer:

@Mike, I don't think you're gonna' get alot of milk from the WF MUUUU "cow" depicted!
  12:11pm joe:

'ello folks
  12:13pm Cheri Pi:

Congrats to ya Joe!! You made it.
  12:15pm ?:

Is that the Bad Ronald who posts here occasionally?
  12:16pm Otis:

Ho ho just heard that Swamp Rats tune on an old Hound program from back in 87 with Billy Miller co-hosting earlier today.
  12:18pm glenn:

the island of misfit people? what are you suggesting, joe?
  12:18pm Carmichael:

@?: The same.
Avatar 12:20pm Joe B:

Hi everyone! thanks for tuning in and of course thanks so much for pledging!
Avatar 12:21pm Joe B:

@Carmichael - yes, thanks! Hi J, PFF, Mike East, hey george, thanks! Cheri - I will! they will be here in about a month! Hi Joe
Avatar 12:22pm Joe B:

Thanks Cheri - yeah about 2 or 3 days later. i guess thanks to archive listeners also! Glenn, nothing personal! Hi Otis!
  12:22pm Mike Sin:

Joe! Workin' at home -- Crankin' it up at home! Yeah!
  12:26pm Bryan D:

Just confirmed Long Gones at Don Perdo's May 19th!
  12:26pm Bryan D:

Just confirmed Long Gones at Don Perdo's May 19th!
  12:28pm Cheri Pi:

Hi Bryan D!
  12:30pm kp:

  12:33pm kat330:

Hi, Joe, and congrats!
  12:34pm Bryan D:

Hey Cheri! See at the show tomorrow?
  12:35pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Big Ole FMUBooyah!!! We made it!!! Our own "Island of Misfit People" is vindicated 1.2 mil times over!
  12:35pm Robert:

When that abulance crashing song started, it sounded like somehing from the Monkees, and I thought, enough with the Davy Jones memorial stuff already.
  12:36pm Cheri Pi:

  12:36pm SmokinJ:

Davy Jones:Genius RIP brother...
Avatar 12:37pm Joe B:

Hey Mike Sin! great news Bryan! thanks Kat and kp!
Avatar 12:38pm Joe B:

Hi Kevin! thanks for the pledge!

well robert tune out because there is a davy tribute coming up.
Avatar 12:38pm Joe B:

Smokin J, cheers to that!
  12:39pm SmokinJ:

You GO Joe! Danke..
  12:39pm glenn:

oh joe, i saw this on youtube and thought of your show last week when you kinda sorta played the dead.
jerry garcia on the monkees - ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXs_rwjb_x4
  12:40pm Otis:

really digging this Imp Teen sonf...
  12:40pm Otis:

  12:42pm Otis:

duh... King Louie. I'm slow, behind and cant type today.
  12:42pm kp:

You think with Davy being from Manchester and with those eyebrows, he might be the father of the Oasis brothers?
  12:42pm Carmichael:

Do you have a Ronnie Montrose song scheduled today, Joe? Speaking of RIP ...
  12:43pm glenn:

is it just me, or has the playlist page shrunk since the marathon?
Avatar 12:44pm Joe B:

thanks glenn!
  12:47pm kat330:

@glenn: physically you mean? Or number of commenters?
  12:48pm glenn:

i mean physically, although it could have something to do with cats walking on the keyboard.
  12:49pm Woo:

Bay City Rollers doing psych-glam. This is why I listen to the Three Chord Monte.
  12:49pm kat330:

Heh! How many paws would that be?
  12:52pm Otis:

my hands turned to paws yesterday. not psychically but mentally.
  12:53pm kat330:

[I'll divide by four, Glenn] I've always thought the space to type was small, lending to my mistakes from poor vision. If a longer bit, I'll type into a notepad and transfer here.
  12:53pm glenn:

bless you!
  12:54pm kat330:

Gesundheit, Joe!
  12:54pm efd:

  12:54pm glenn:

8 paws, usually only 4 at a time.
  12:58pm glenn:

don't forget the awesomeness of xray.
  12:59pm glenn:

and also, efd playing some great cowbell.
  12:59pm Robert:

In fairness, it's your 1st show since he died. Sometimes though, the cumulative effect over the course of a week of DJs memorializing somebody gets to be a bit much.
  1:00pm Spankyflop:

I concur. Saw 'em in 02. He will be missed!
  1:01pm SHIMMY:

Hi Joe. I never knew that Neil's participation in any of the Monkees tracks was confirmed. But it sounds like Neil's guitar from the first solo record! Is this info in the Monkees box or ...?
  1:01pm jljl:

I agree with Carmichael, would love to hear some Montrose. Bad Motor Scooter would *kind of* fit in.
  1:02pm glenn:

well, if everybody was playing stepping stone to the exclusion of other songs, that would be one thing, but the monkees were much more than that.
  1:02pm KevinfromBayRidge:

He might be considered the father of bubblegum. Like him of not, if Joe's "curating" the DJ tribute, then it's totally cool!
  1:02pm PFFlyer:

As a testiment to 60's/early 70's American television "marketing", I can remember all 4 of the Monkee's names, yet I can't remember important things like verses of the Constitution of our country, cousins names, or even my telephone number at times. Sick boy I am, but hey hey, I'mma Monkee!
Avatar 1:02pm Joe B:

Shimmy, in the track by track on the 1995 rhino ish of that album. there are also song by song credits
  1:03pm jljl:

As far as Monkees, Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow is a good Davy song.
  1:04pm SmokinJ:

Monkees will always rule..
  1:04pm kat330:

Along with "Rocky & Bullwinkle," "The Monkees" was appointment TV to this teen at the time. They've been on reruns locally so I can introduce the show to J.T.
  1:04pm dc pat:

PFFlyer: that's ok--what sucks is when you know all the words to songs you LOATH.
  1:04pm Carmichael:

Fun factoid: Steve Stills was being considered as the Monkees' drummer, but they decided his teeth were too bad. We ended up with Mickey Dolenz.
  1:04pm Woo:

The Hall of Fame sucks but it sucks more because these guys have yet to be inducted.
  1:06pm Carmichael:

This sounds like a Boyce/Hart song.
  1:06pm still b/p:

I remember lyrics to a song off Headquarters that I haven't heard in decades.
  1:06pm Mark, Don And Mel:

The Hall? No Grand Funk? Hall's a joke. Best Davy IMHO - I Wanna Be Free
  1:07pm kat330:

Was that last one about a wardrobe malfunction?
  1:08pm Mark, Don And Mel:

No Chicago either. :>(
  1:08pm Carmichael:

Hold On Girl is another good Davey song. Any song with harpsichord is cool.
Avatar 1:08pm Joe B:

or deep purple
  1:08pm KevinfromBayRidge:

As another pre-teen( circa'66) viewer, their show had quite an edge over the Sat morning Beatles cartoon.
  1:08pm jljl:

Did you know Mike Nesmith hated "More of the Monkees"? I think it's pretty awesome.
  1:09pm glenn:

(i kinda like deep purple).
  1:09pm Otis:

kat, she hangs out?
  1:10pm Mike Sin:

re: The argument about the Monkees being fake and all that really illustrates the importance of "authenticity" that prevailed among the growing batches of rock musicians who were using music as a statement in the '60s... Unfortunately or fortunately -- depending how you look at it -- those days are LONG gone.

That said, when we all turn to dust, all that will remain are the sounds that were printed to tape between the years 1966 and 1970. The back story won't mean as much as what hits the listeners' ears as the years roll on. IMHO, the Monkees (Inc.) recorded some of the most cleverly crafted, arranged, and produced of the '60s.
  1:11pm PFFlyer:

@dc, I make up my own naughty words to Monkee's songs, sing them in the car when they come on recently, and hope I don't get pulled over for being lewd, rude, or downright crude. They we're, and still are, such easy targets for lyrics changes if you know what I mean.....
  1:11pm Carmichael:

Boy, this is really re-worked. Sounds like Nesmith (or someone else) country-fied it a little.
  1:11pm Otis:

Nesmith turned into a sharp film producer... Timerider and Repo Man
  1:11pm Mark, Don, Mel and Craig:

Deep Purple - The Fool - The magic of Ian Paice.
Nesmith wanted credibility. So we get Sidewalk Sam. Eesh. JoAnne was good, though.
  1:11pm dc pat:

ah, Mickey... I like Davy and all but...
  1:11pm kat330:

@Otis: Yes, just having fun at the wake.
  1:12pm king penguin:

If the monkees are fake so are the beach boys and byrds. and they were a hell of a lot funnier.
  1:12pm John L.:

You could play the Monkees for the whole show. I got verklempt when Yo La Tengo played "I Wanna Be Free" on Friday.
  1:12pm Cheri Pi:

My friend's pop played live guitar behind the Monkees' curtain for them, back in the day.
Avatar 1:12pm Joe B:

and the problem with the Monkee detractors' argument is ... the same could be applied to the four tops, darlene love, ronettes etc. didnt write songs, producer controlled it but they were still great artists.
  1:13pm Hardy Boy:

Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn and Jones. That was a good one. I think Beaver and Krause were involved. Or, at least, Beaver.
  1:14pm king penguin:

Gawd. Nesmith wrote Different Drum, a huge hit, before Monkees were a twinkle.
  1:14pm Woo:

PACJ is amazing. I listened to the whole thing on vinyl last weekend.
  1:14pm PFFlyer:

@KevinfBR, didcha' ever notice that said cartoon had more advertisin' than the Monkee's show later on? Even as a kid begging for the breakfast cereal du jour, I picked up on that....there was an alligator on the Beatle's cartoon in the beginning....hmmmmm.
  1:14pm Parq:

I never understood why it's supposed to be a big deal that the Monks didn't write their own songs or play their own instruments. Isn’t the whole point of all the recent interest in the Wrecking Crew an acknowledgment that pop-rock in the 60s (for all the authenticity that Sin notes with his usual sagacity) was as much a studio-controlled, organized effort as the major pre-rock-and-roll hits of the Fifties? Hell, if it’s great to listen to, isn’t that something, maybe even enough?
  1:15pm dc pat:

It seems to be only serious rawk fans that recognize the greatness of the Monkees. People I know who aren't that into tunes think they're a joke.
  1:16pm PFFlyer:

@ Otis! Ya' don't say! Repo & Nesmith! I've got to dig out my vid & tape to chck that out!
  1:17pm king penguin:

Brooklyn's own Harry Nilsson.
  1:17pm Dawn Kirshner:

@Parq - The criticism was probably just leveled because they were held up to The Beatles. I remember as a kid, Last Train to Clarksville sent me into orbit. Then my brother brought home The Bubble Puppy and I was forever changed.
  1:18pm Carmichael:

What a brilliant Brill Building writing staff Kirshener had. Paul Williams, Sedka, Howie Greenfield, Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Barry Mann Cynthia Weil .....
  1:18pm glenn:

what dc pat said.
  1:18pm MD:

R.I.P.Mr Jones...Congrats to Joe B....!!!!!
  1:19pm Andy Kim Fan:

I think Jeff Barry was a great producer back then.
  1:19pm kat330:

"Last Train.." got the most intense airplay around here with Clarksville, IN, in the Louisville metro area.
  1:19pm Mike Sin:

You've got to remember -- there was probably a lot of jealously behind the resentment.

The thought process with the other "heavier" musicians at the time in CA robably went something like: "Hey man, there I am slogging it out on the Sunset Strip at all these clubs working for it, and then this 'actor' gets picked to be a pop star, and he gets put in front of all these great records, and receives all the acclaim, fame, girls, by just showing up to a TV audition! Damn, I really write songs! I play them! And, no label will sign me!"

That said, it doesn't detract from the greatness of the records created and Jones' contributions.
  1:20pm Otis:

@kat -- monkees are all about fun so most appropriate.
@PFF --greatest film ever made. Or really close.
  1:21pm king penguin:

Parq: those musicians were behind the beach boyds on every track. ihave the book right here, the Wrecking Crew. And Mcguinn is the only Byrd playing on Mr. Tambourine Man.
And it was only tha first album the Monkees didnt play on. They were in on the rest. I wasnt like they were mili vanili!
  1:22pm kat330:

Or the Spice Girls.
  1:23pm joe:

Ah trying to catch up on all this Monkee chatter
  1:23pm Cheri Pi:

  1:24pm Otis:

monkees do chatter. jsut don't go throwing poo.
  1:24pm Parq:

King P, re the Beachmen, my point exactly -- the Association, too, according to one of Shelley's interviews last year.
  1:25pm Parq:

Otis wins.
  1:26pm kat330:

@Otis: And apparently their ape cousins have immaculate conceptions.
  1:26pm king penguin:

does anybody think Dennis Wilson saw the inside of a recording studio?
  1:26pm joe:

I think the issue that most people have with the Monkees (and this does not include me) is that they did not come togeather in a natural band sort of way, but I think it would surprise people to find out how many bands from that time period were put togeather around one memeber by a producer it's just the Monkees were put togeather around a TV show as opposed to a memeber.
  1:26pm dc pat:

or fekkin Guns and Roses who I HATE.
  1:26pm Murray the M:

So, who would the 5th Monkee be? Tommy Tedesco?
  1:27pm joe:

Plus is you are going to invalidate the Monkees you woudl have to invalidate the Sex Pistols (which I know some people would have no problem doing :) ) as well.
  1:27pm kat330:

@Parq: Hey, you might like to know I have some stuff hanging out on the line. :)
Avatar 1:27pm Joe B:

@joe - neither did the Clash come together naturally.
  1:27pm joe:

@ Murray...Don Kirshner
  1:28pm dc pat:

uh oh, another group to start paying attention to: Night Beats
  1:28pm Otis:

parq: a speeling contest?
kat: i know that reference, just don't ask me what it was………?!
  1:28pm Murray the M:

Although, Appetite For Destruction certainly had a new sound for the time. I like Axl. Frontmen should be flamboyant and even difficult.

@ Joe ... Yes, I'd say you are correct, sir.
  1:29pm joe:

Oh I totally agree Joe. The Clash was all Bernie. I was pointing out what I think people's issue with Monkees is. I have nothing but absolute love for the Monkess
  1:29pm still b/p:

Also re studio framing vs. public image, weren't Spector and other producers and execs changing/inventing/playing with names and attributions and credits and stories all over the place with groups and artists in the years before the Monkees?
  1:30pm G:

This is not a slam. -- Last Train to Clarksville is at least 80% Paperback Writer, musically.

Pop hits are more of a sure thing when you're adapting something that's already been road-tested to go over really well with your target audience.

But then, almost all music and literature etc. plays off prior stuff in some way...
  1:30pm Barely Manenough:

Was there a touring version of the Archies with Ron Dante, I wonder? Of course I could Google,but that's not fun.
  1:31pm Yokum:

As Buck Owens said ... "Ain't no money above the fifth fret anyhow."
  1:32pm dc pat:

Good point Joe B. Well I think we've settled this issue: Anybody that doesn't like the Monkees is an idiot and should shut the hell up. I jes keeding...

G: you're right, they heard the tale end of Paperback Writer on the radio and wrote what they thought the song would sound like.
  1:32pm joe:

@ still b/p oh totally be around some day when Darlene Love starts talking about how many of the songs she is actually on that get credited to other Spector artists it would blow your mind.
  1:33pm Freedom Williams:

A nod to Martha Wash
  1:33pm dc pat:

still a great tune though--one of those tunes that made me want to be in a group.
  1:34pm kat330:

@Yokum: True for the artist, but I believe FMU owes a lot of its marathon funds to spinning plenty of above 5th-fret action.
  1:35pm dc pat:

thought this was going to be a Human Fly cover.
  1:35pm A. Below:

Robert Fripp would find all of this ridiculous.
  1:36pm dc pat:

  1:36pm VInce:

DC - You made me want to hear Halo Of Flies. Some Alice (and band) would be good.
  1:38pm PFFlyer:

@OatTIS; when I lived a couple blocks away from what was then known so Floridain as "Chimp Land" or sumthang stoopid, currently known as the oh-so politically correct "http://suncoastprimate.homestead.com/", yup.....the day monkey flung dung, s#*t REALLY does hit the fan there! Got a zillion clues for dudes that what to bring their gal-pal here. My buddy brought his soon-2-be ex here for a reason....yup, she needed a FULL shampoo when the it all settled. OH, I see 80 yr ol' Cheetah the Chimp from Tarzan fame went to that jungle in the sky recently too! Hey hey! HE WAS a monkey!
  1:38pm frenchee:

Joe, this show makes me wanna pledge again and again!
But my bank balance tells me no no no.
Rock on, Joe!
  1:39pm Human Fly:

Help meeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  1:39pm the Male Man:

Play some Platinum Load!
  1:39pm SHIMMY:

Great version, but wow it was way better live.
  1:39pm G:

only 4K left to 101% of the goal, frenchee :-)
  1:42pm PFFlyer:

@ Yokum! Wettin' my pants laughing!
  1:42pm glenn:

  1:42pm Bubbles Jr.:

I remember Chimpland. Somewhere around Ozona. This one old chimp liked to smoke cigs a lot.
  1:44pm Otis:

@PFFtt.. don't remind me, ben on the receiving (rear) end. got an earFULL. jesus. I don't like monkeys. Davy Jones & co were allright though.
  1:46pm dc pat:

when's Guitar Lightnin Lee coming to dc? I looked at his schedule but the page never loaded.
  1:47pm PFFlyer:

ah, Bubble the Chimp. I wondered what happened 2 you! @ Oat, yup, U must've watched the National Geo program about wat chimps really R! DANG! Course, Tarzan thru the Monkees...what the H did we all know....reality "bites", get it?
  1:47pm Lance Link:

Spazz must be seriously greiving, as Monkey-oriented as he is.
  1:48pm X:

I just love that old Colgems label.
  1:49pm frenchee:

the chimp preserve is right near my mom's house. Luckily it's farther than a stone-poop's throw.
  1:49pm SteveL:

Avatar 1:50pm Joe B:

Pat, dunno! They have a facebook page for the band. Paul the drummer is the guy who books their shows.
  1:50pm Paul Tree:

@Frenchee - They used to have those Dancing Chickens at Webb's City, until people realized that a hotplate beneath them was less than humane.
  1:51pm Parq:

Actually, the G 'n' R example works perfectly for me. I always thought they were a great single band. Then I heard live versions of the same songs and realized that the four of them had almost nothing to do with those singles. And still, I think those singles happen to be great. [For those who hate that stuff, fair play to ya.]
  1:52pm kat330:

Hey, thanks for that link, Glenn! [Too bad your name isn't Ray] Drummers and women included, whee!
  1:52pm PFFlyer:

@CherI Pi squared: I'm behind you on your request for the mighty Joe...ok, I promise...last monkee/monkey in-youren-DOH! We're all done with that....YEAH Bosanova sound of Flat Duo JETS!
  1:52pm On The Lamm:

After Izzy left Guns, it was downhill. Sort of like post-Terry Kath Chicago.
  1:54pm Parq:

Lovin' this Loveless, by the way.
  1:55pm G:

@Parq: I saw an MTV interview with GnR back in the late 80s, and one of them was talking about how far into the tour it took him to get his parts down to where he played them ok. Then I knew!
Avatar 1:55pm Joe B:

cant keep up with the comments but hi to everyone who came on in the last hour! thanks for tuning in!
  1:56pm glenn:

my favourite - http://www.rockabilly.nl/references/messages/george_barnes.htm
  1:57pm seang:

i like it when Joe goes all country
  1:58pm KevinWho:

Lydia Loveless, where have you been all my life???
  1:58pm Babs:

Joe was country when country wasn't cool.
Avatar 1:59pm Joe B:

kevin, i had the same reaction!
  1:59pm kat330:

Familiar with Pizzarelli but not Barnes.
  2:01pm Parq:

Speaking of country, I caught the last of Miss Laura's three-show stand at Hill Country, here in the Flatiron district. For this show, she reunited her original band, the one that played behind her at the time she made "Not the Tremblin' Kind". I have no great desire to eat at that restaurant again, but the music was wonderful.
  2:01pm PFFlyer:

Flyin' off into another venue such as you're playing now JB, I found this while looking up sumthang I have on tape http://www.gravelsauce.com/meantime.html Only had a chance to listen to Dynamo Hum's "Creepshow", but thought it was a keeper to add to my Gravelsauce tape.
Avatar 2:03pm Joe B:

sounds good Parq. I saw week No. 2, wanted to go to 4 but got too drunk too soon that day.
  2:04pm glenn:

listen to these, kat - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrsEkmQYg1A http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoWWT0kwPv4
  2:06pm kat330:

TU, Glenn. Will do a bit later. Kitchen and clothesline (it'll come back to ya someday, Parq :) beckon me away from the keyboard for a while. Great show, Joe B.!
  2:06pm PFFlyer:

I always thought there was a "Bomb in Gilead" when I was a praticing Methodist also, 'cept the next line is "...to make the wounded whole". So sorry, but I thought they sang 'to make a wounded hole'. God I was a mixed up kid! No wonder.....
  2:07pm Parq:

Joe, didn'cha just want to spray the upstairs crowd in that place with shaving cream? The Laura crowd I could handle, but the dinner crowd made me feel like I was babysitting.
  2:08pm Parq:

Flyer, literally LOL.
Avatar 2:08pm Joe B:

PFF, that is where they got the title! when lee was a kid he thought balm was bomb!
Avatar 2:09pm Joe B:

it was like filling katz's deli with the bar crowd from the movie Roadhouse
  2:10pm rubble:

Joe congrats on a successful and entertaining 2 weeks of fundraising. You're the salt of the earth! Viva Joe Belock!
Avatar 2:12pm Joe B:

thanks rubble!
  2:14pm PFFlyer:

@glenn, 2 kool 4 skool! Thanx!
  2:14pm glenn:

i want to be the smoked paprika of the earth.
  2:16pm glenn:

it is my mission to make george barnes a household name.
  2:17pm PFFlyer:

@glenn, until then, how 'bout the Sautéed suede o'dee Grave?
  2:20pm dc pat:

Billy Childish twice in one day...I can go home now.
  2:21pm dc pat's boss:

Back to your cubicle, minion!
  2:22pm dc pat:

sorry boss...
  2:23pm jamesie:

Im off to see Jude Hagg and Hand of Stabs tonight at the Olive in Stoke Newington. (Jude Hagg has a very strong connection to Billy.)
  2:23pm dc pat:

truth be told, my boss lives in North Carolina so I can leave when ever the freak I want.
  2:25pm SHIMMY:

the BWST have a cd single? why wasn't I informed?!
  2:25pm the Male Man:

This slide guitar is making me queasy.
  2:26pm dc pat's boss:

surprise spot check, buddy.
  2:27pm PFFlyer:

@dc, yeah, the day comes when the bosses just leave ya' alone and you're on your own...'cept that then you've got to fight the monkees all by yourself! LOOOOOK OUT! DANG man, that chimp almost got ya!
  2:28pm dc pat:

PFFlyer: you're wrong. chimps are not monkeys...or monkees..
  2:30pm JMD:

Michigan Meltdown, I will have you!
  2:31pm Bob 3:

Are We Not Men?
  2:32pm PFFlyer:

@DC, hmmmm, my scientific brain indicates that you are correct, yet, having observed apey behaviours...they all need a spanking, dammit! Now, go spank the Mon......to help change "primate" behaviours, right?
  2:33pm dc pat:

  2:34pm dc pat:

that was a fantastic goal bellow. didn't know you were a soccer guy...
  2:35pm dc pat:

holy crap, this Monsters tune is unhinged! Are you telling me nobody has used "The Monsters" before now??
  2:38pm Marlin Perkins XVI:

Wiki sez ... "The Hominidae anglicized hominids, also known as great apes, as the term is used here, form a taxonomic family, including four extant genera: chimpanzees (Pan), gorillas (Gorilla), humans (Homo), and orangutans (Pongo).
A number of known extinct genera are grouped with humans in the Hominae subfamily, others with orangutans in the Ponginae subfamily. The most recent common ancestor of the Hominidae lived roughly 14 million years ago, when the ancestors of the orangutans speciated from the ancestors of the other three genera. The ancestors of the Hominidae family had already speciated from those of the Hylobatidae family, perhaps 15-20 million years ago."

  2:38pm joe:

Bummer I wanted to get my vote for the Wanda Jackson cover of Amy Whinehouse in.
  2:39pm PFFlyer:

@dc, no, we're not APES as evidenced here by the Apes, "Beat the Double". & some complained about the Monkees....sheesh!
  2:39pm joe:

Oh Billy Childish he's put an album or two out.
  2:40pm Rodney Marsh:

Lest we forget ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vF4iWIE77Ts
  2:44pm dc pat:

Oh I remember that Rodney--but I also remember how amazing Zidane was...
  2:46pm glenn:

what was he thinking? materazzi was have said something really nasty.
  2:47pm glenn:

must, not was.
  2:48pm dc pat:

he apparently made an ethnic remark about Zidane's mother (Algerian)
  2:49pm kat330:

@Joe B: "Le Chelsea Beat" tune was a hoot! Hipshakin' in le cuisine indeed!
  2:51pm kat330:

@dc pat: Thanks for correcting the ape/monkey dingus. I refrained from doing so earlier. Somehow I keep feeling I've got to reeeeallly tiptoe 'round these parts these days. Dunno why, but 'tis the case.
  2:52pm PFFlyer:

@MP#16; "anglicized" v. An·gli·cized also an·gli·cized, v.tr.
To make English or similar to English in form, idiom, style, or character: Some immigrants anglicize their names when they move to the United States.
To become English in form or character. SO! You've just proved that Davy Jones, the "Monkee", whom was a 'supposed' Brit, perhaps by marketing only, became English just to become an ape? Now you've got me & Joe B bangin our heads off our cages!
  2:53pm the Male Man:

Crimson Shadows are Swedish, ya cretin!
  2:55pm dc pat:

I feel it's my obligation to sort out ape/monkey issues. now as far as the Monkees vs the Apes, I'm not getting into that...
  2:59pm kat330:

Re: George Barnes, Glenn: Really crisp, clean playing. And how apropos username BorisKarloffsDead uploaded Spooky.
  3:00pm kat330:

Re: George Barnes, Glenn: Really crisp, clean playing. And how apropos username BorisKarloffsDead uploaded Spooky.
  3:00pm X:

This sums it up ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKdSXfPl8vY
  3:00pm Otis:

call me an ape, just no monkeying around. great show Joe. great list. should participle morenoften.gotta go, bylaw!
  9:36pm Matt B.:

Hey Joe, Great show and thanks again for spinin' Vicky and the Vengents! RIP Davey Jones!
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