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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Sam Spence  Action Ride   Options Autumn Thunder: 40 Years of NFL Films Music  Valley  2004  one-disc sampler of a TEN-disc box set  0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Sam Spence  Ramblin' Man From Grambling   Options Autumn Thunder: 40 Years of NFL Films Music  Valley  2004  RIP Steve Sabol  0:03:48 Pop‑up)  
Sam Spence  Sideline To Sideline   Options Autumn Thunder: 40 Years of NFL Films Music  Valley  2004    0:04:27 Pop‑up)  
Wyldlife  The First Time I Almost Killed Someone   Options s/t    2011  live on the show LAST week!  0:07:31 Pop‑up)  
Flashcubes  Sold Your Heart   Options Bright Lights: An Anthology 1977-1980  Northside  1977/1997    0:11:07 Pop‑up)  
The Above  Be My Girl   Options bonus download from 7"  Killer Diller  2012    0:13:55 Pop‑up)  
Bad Ronald  Three Chord Joe   Options     2010    0:18:11 Pop‑up)  
White Wires  Jackie and Donna   Options White Wires III  Dirtnap  2012    0:19:51 Pop‑up)  
Rock City Morgue  No Complaints   Options Dead Man's Song  Nocturnal  2004  ladies and gentleman, Rik Slave!  0:21:46 Pop‑up)  
The Blind Shake  I'm Not An Animal   Options Seriousness  Learning Curve  2011  playing live here on the show next week!  0:28:46 Pop‑up)  
Pujol  Endless Mike   Options United States of Being  Saddle Creek  2012    0:30:59 Pop‑up)  
The Space Heaters  Finally Got the News   Options Under the Influence  Detroit Vinyl  2008    0:35:43 Pop‑up)  
Spider Bags  Standing On a Curb   Options Shake My Head  Odessa  2012    0:39:22 Pop‑up)  
Bevis Frond  Stupid Circle   Options The Leaving of London  Woronzow  2011    0:42:38 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  
Engineer: David Mambach Thanks David!  
Al Huckabee - vocals, guitar; Polly Watson - keys, vocals; Robbie Kongress - bass; Aaron carroll - drums  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Would You Believe It   Options         0:49:32 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Maraschino   Options         0:51:31 Pop‑up)  
self-titled LP out on Slow Gold Zebra! produced by Greg Ashley!  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Come Back   Options         0:55:09 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Just a Pretender   Options         0:56:55 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Diver Blue   Options         1:01:13 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  Sex Offender   Options         1:04:32 Pop‑up)  
1-800-Band live in the studio!  interview   Options         1:08:54 Pop‑up)  
Earth Man Out  What Dreams Are Made OF   Options demo    2012    1:17:30 Pop‑up)  
The No Real Need  Big Wow   Options Nonlocal Motives  Off the Hip  2012    1:18:24 Pop‑up)  
Diamond Rugs  Call Girl Blues   Options s/t  Partisan  2012    1:21:24 Pop‑up)  
Andy Shernoff  Hey Boys   Options Don't Fade Away  andyshernoff.com  2012  co-write with Top Ten!  1:25:45 Pop‑up)  
Hi-Risers  Fire Hazard   Options Hang Around With You  R&R Inc.  2012    1:28:42 Pop‑up)  
The Attention  Beat Machine   Options s/t  Screaming Apple  2010/2012    1:31:38 Pop‑up)  
Michael Lynch  Get Myself Out of Here   Options Five Assorted Flavors    2012    1:33:40 Pop‑up)  
John Paul Keith  You Devil You   Options The Man That Time Forgot  Big Legal Mess  2011    1:37:56 Pop‑up)  
Roy Sludge  Back the Truck Up   Options Too Drunk To Truck  Deeveeus  2011    1:40:48 Pop‑up)  
Trash Mavericks  Spent the Rent   Options 25 To Life  Lizard Skin Records      1:42:02 Pop‑up)  
Ribeye Brothers  Come In Last   Options Call of the Scrapheap  Main Man  2012    1:45:00 Pop‑up)  
Daddy Long Legs  Evil Eye   Options Evil Eye On You  Norton  2012    1:47:42 Pop‑up)  
Brian Wilson Shock Treatment  Colossal Atomic Man   Options Operation Sun probe  Poe/Starry Night  2012  record release party Saturday at Union Pool! with Electric Mess and Madame Robot  1:58:01 Pop‑up)  
Brian Wilson Shock Treatment  Ligeia   Options Operation Sun Probe  Poe/Starry Night  2012    2:00:57 Pop‑up)  
Brian Wilson Shock Treatment  King of Atlantis   Options Operation Sun Probe  Poe/Starry Night  2012    2:03:48 Pop‑up)  
Elevator  Kickwall   Options August    2004    2:09:47 Pop‑up)  
Thee Oh Sees  Flood's New Lights   Options Putrifiers II EP  In the Red  2012    2:17:44 Pop‑up)  
The Mess Around  Answer Me Tonight   Options Boner Time!  Drug Front Records  2012    2:23:14 Pop‑up)  
The Vice Principals  Price of Love   Options After School With the Vice Principals  Sympathy for the Record Industry  2000    2:26:25 Pop‑up)  
Manganzoides  Lluvia De Fuzztones   Options Sobredosis De Horror  No Fun  2002  from Peru  2:29:47 Pop‑up)  
Challengers  Banzai Washout   Options The Challengers Go Sidewalk Surfing!  Sundazed  1964/1996    2:32:05 Pop‑up)  
The Stents  JPF   Options 7"    2012    2:33:51 Pop‑up)  
Rippers  Crawling Into Your Mind   Options s/t  Screaming Apple      2:37:44 Pop‑up)  
The Brotherhood of Soul  The Morning After   Options various - Psychedelic States:New York in the 60s Vol. 2  Gear Fab  1968/2002    2:40:33 Pop‑up)  
The Hungry I's  Half Your Life   Options various - Psychedelic States:Florida in the 60s Vol. 3  Gear Fab  1968/2001    2:42:51 Pop‑up)  
The Intelligence  return To Foam   Options Everybody's Got It Easy But Me  In the Red  2012    2:46:16 Pop‑up)  
LimiƱanas  Kinam Baby   Options Crystal Anis  HoZac  2012    2:49:26 Pop‑up)  
Shonen Knife  Welcome To the Rock Club   Options Pop Tune  Good Charamel  2012    2:52:09 Pop‑up)  
Grip Weeds  Infinite Soul   Options Speed of Live  Ground Up Records  2012    2:53:48 Pop‑up)  
Thom Starr & The Galaxies  Renegade   Options South Bay Surf: Anthology 1963-1964  Sundazed  1964/2010    2:56:32 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  12:08pm Bryan D:

Hope you had a good birthday Joe!
  12:13pm SmokinJ:

Yeah. Belated birthday greets Joe!
  12:14pm Mike East:

1-800-Band in the studio! This day keeps getting better.
  12:17pm Cheri Pi:

Salutations JB!
  12:19pm HEAT:

Avatar 12:21pm Joe B:

1-800-Band coming up live in a little bit! Hi everyone, thanks for tuning in! Thanks Bryan J and CP! Hi Mike and Heat!
  12:25pm Nanker de Tucson:

Loved the Ramblin' Man from Gramblin'
  12:29pm KP:

Should i call in sick?
  12:34pm Crom:

dear friend, please enjoy playing great music!
  12:35pm Crom:

Bad Ronald music = very good!
  12:38pm monica:

hey there, joe. steve sabol was indeed a very cool guy. visiting nfl films in mt. laurel and getting the grand tour by steve will definitely make my "highlight reel."
Avatar 12:39pm Joe B:

Hey Nanker! yes a great tune! KP, you can't be too careful. Hi Crom!
Avatar 12:40pm Joe B:

Hey Monica! great to hear from you! Your CD probably inspired this big box of the NFL Films music. Sabol seemed cool. definitely a visionary!
  12:44pm Crom:

Party starts now ...
  12:47pm KP:

I know it's silent but we can post about it. Joe has aready hit 8% and first hour is not over. Keep it going. Hit that white box.
Avatar 12:48pm Joe B:

KP, thanks for the reminder! we can talk about it here in the comments! Thanks to everyone who has pledged to this show or any show!
  12:49pm Mike East:

did not realize Pujol was pronounced with an "H" sounding "J". That's disgusting. I like their music, though.
Avatar 12:49pm Joe B:

Mike, I could be saying it wrong.
  12:54pm HEAT:

  12:56pm ?:

I get a very Tom Petty/Heartbreakers vibe from these guys
  12:57pm HEAT:

yesssssssssss. this band is fantastic. ooooh. that guitar diddle
  12:58pm tim from champaign:

Digging the 1-800-Band. I bet they sound especially good about 3 beers in.

Did anyone make it to Gonerfest over the weekend? Looked pretty unhinged from the photos I saw.
  1:05pm Chapel Hillian:

I'm getting a Real Kids vibe from 1-800, and thats a reason to be cheerful
  1:05pm pierre:

Bonjour Joe !
et bon anniversaire again !

Really enjoying live sessions on WFMU !
  1:09pm Bryan D:

Hey Rob!!
  1:11pm efd:

That was a great set! Loved the '70s influence, though it's not surprising from the reincarnation of a band that used to cover Silverhead.
  1:19pm Mike East:

any more info on Earth Man Out?
Avatar 1:27pm Joe B:

Mike, his real name is Jim Webb! don't think it is that Jim Webb though
  1:30pm Mike East:

talk about ungoogleable...
I dug the sound...especially the mix on the drums
Avatar 1:32pm Joe B:

he lists earthmanout.com on the cd
  1:36pm HEAT:

I really liked the Earth Man Out song, too. Joe, you said it is off of a new album?
  1:37pm Mike East:

aha - cool. Thanks, Joe.
  1:39pm Robert:

Phil Spieler (or maybe it was Spieller) -- appropriate name, huh -- usually got the music credit for NFL Films. His was said to be a music prod'n firm out of Germany. There was also an Art Spieler who got another, non-music credit on NFL Films, and was said NOT to be related to Phil. I was in the bathroom so couldn't comment earlier.
  1:41pm dcpat:

this Roy Sudge tune rules!
  1:45pm John L:

Keep it loud; takes my mind off of a slow, rainy day. And silly discussions with customers.
  1:46pm SteveL:

I second John L's opinion. Working hard today, and loving the music.
Avatar 1:49pm Joe B:

Hi John and Steve, you got it!

hey dc pat!
  1:49pm dcpat:

Daddy Long Legs eh? nothing wrong with this.
Avatar 1:49pm Joe B:

thanks Robert. did not know that. not much info on here!
  1:49pm Caryn:

For the Earth Man Out fans, Joe B. played a demo of theirs on his Sept. 11 show, so check that out too.
  1:52pm Robert:

Found Phil Spieller here: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/phillip-spieller/6/97b/803 . No mention of a German firm, maybe the NFL contracted with that one at another time. Not clear exactly what his creative input has been, seems mostly a business guy now, but "I headed up the Music and Sound departments and mixed over 7000
films in my career at NFL Films", so apparently he was post-production on the music.
  1:52pm HEAT:

Thanks Caryn!
  1:56pm Robert:

Say, maybe Phil Spieller can help some of you with commercial aspirations market your already-recorded material.
  2:03pm tbm:

  2:06pm the glowing one:

did Brian Wilson ever really had shock therapy?
  2:09pm KP:

Get Joe to 10%! By my careful calculations, the required donations would not be much.
  2:10pm KP:

This is very awesome.
  2:11pm Robert:

Just checked -- Tony Coulter's at 21%. No further comment.
  2:14pm Mike East:

@Robert - Joe's goal is much higher than Tony's.
  2:14pm John L:

I'm trippin'
  2:15pm John L:

And the answer to my math question was 666.
  2:22pm jljl:

Hey Joe, are the women's t-shirts being offered really a women's size and not a youth?
Avatar 2:23pm Joe B:

not sure jl. perhaps an email to joe mcg or liz b?
  2:27pm jljl:

Sorry, are those emails easily accessible? I don't see them on the Help section of the page.
  2:28pm jljl:

oh found it, thx
  2:36pm Nanker de Tucson:

Another great show today, JoeB!
Avatar 2:37pm Joe B:

thanks Nanker!
  2:41pm KP:

Twelve percent! Doing great, big finish now.
  2:46pm SteveL:

How can I not tune in to hear Gay Witch Abortion?! (If only to irritate my workmates!!)
  2:49pm KP:

Sounds like a fire-able offense.
  2:54pm dcpat:

were they saying Rock Crub?
  2:56pm KP:

Terrific show.
Avatar 2:57pm Joe B:

thanks KP! thanks everyone for listening, commenting, and if it applies, for pledging! we got that little widget at the top of the playlist page there! thanks! next week, live music from the Blind Shake!
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