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Hip-hop and rap, that's where my heart's at. But I'll play anything so long as it ain't crap!

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Options October 25, 2013: Put The Needle On The Singles Going Steady

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Artist Track Label Year Format Comments
DJ Pnutz  Put The Fun In Funeral   Options   2012  7"   
The Temptations  Cloud Nine   Options Tamla Motown/EMI  1968  7"   
Run DMC  I'm Not Going Out Like That   Options Profile Records  1988     
A-Trak  Live @ Tableturns   Options Stones Throw Records  1999  7"   
Mantronix & M.C. Tee  Hardcore Hip Hop (NME version)   Options NME  1986     
Captain Moonlight  I'm Not Dancin   Options All City  2006  7"   
9DW   Black Coffee   Options Wax Poetics Converse 45 Series    7"   
Red  I Should Tell Ya Momma On You (Dam Funk remix)   Options Stones Throw Records  2009  7"   
Exile Eye  Forward on. Umhoo2   Options Equilibrium Recordings  2001  7"   
Quasimoto  "Hittin Hooks" (edit) + "Microphone Mathematics (rmx)"   Options Stones Throw Records  1999  7"   
NoNekNed  Skratch   Options Poolan Records    7"   
DJ Platurn  A-List B-Boy   Options Slept On Records  2002  7"   
Charizma  Yeahhh (produced by Chris Cut. later Peanut Butter Wolf, in 1989)   Options Stones Throw Records    7"   
Eric B & Rakim  Paid In Full   Options 4th & B Way/Island  1987  7"   
Dirk Thornton (Buck 65, DJ Flip & Freezemaster Slick) )  Yesterday's News   Options All City  2007  7"   
Peanut Butter Wolf + Zest the SMoker  Interruptions   Options Strength  1997     
Crown City Rockers   Breathe (feat Siswe) & Grapejuice   Options Insiduous Urban Records  2005  7"   
DJ Top Bill  Coupling Song (feat Shing02 & Emi Meyer)   Options no label  2009  7"   
Mike Slott   My Light Bridge   Options All City  2008  7"   
Audio Obstacle Course VOl 1 + Chicago "If You Leave Me Now' + The Clash "Train in Vain"  various   Options        
Kid Koala  Bullfrog Theme   Options Promo Only  1998  7"   
Tom Tom Club  Wordy Rappinhood   Options Island  1981  7"   

Music behind DJ:
Tom Tom Club 

(You Don't Ever Stop) Wordy Rappinhood (instrumental side)   Options





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Listener comments!

Avatar 5:26pm TheRapperWithNoName:

Gonna be tunin in live tonight after a busy couple weeks. Excited to see Pnutz startin it off. Gig ups to Bill Jam, Big ups to DJ ADA, been bumping 'The Work Album' steady. W F M U Heard?
Avatar 6:57pm Billy Jam:

Thanks to Frangry and Michele for another great installment of Shut Up Weirdo. And thanks to everyone tuned in today to this (Put The Needle On The Record) show and all those who support us during our Silent Marathon - need more financial support for this particular show - see top of page. Since this is WFMU's "Singles Going Steady Week" with all 7" singles I am playing all seven inch records - some of which are 45's but many are 33rpm too. These are all from my collection and include straight up hip-hop and other stuff including the very first record I ever bought - a Temptations single on the Tamla Motown label. Also gonna play some Irish seven inch records from both the All City and Equilibrium labels - and (of course) a lot of Stones Throw and Peanut Butter Wolf related records.... Please feel free to share what the first 7" record you got was? - If you bought one that is - And thanks for bringing up the 27% of the goal figure to 100% by the end of this Silent Marathon WFMU show - this is the last week of the Marathon and last chance to support this show- Thank-you!
Avatar 6:59pm Billy Jam:

DJ Pnutz's Rackmount limited edition 45 includes 3 songs from her long awaited first album, 8 years in the making. A funky soul journey through the future of electro hip-hop. A regular listener to this show - the SoCal based DJ PNutz was a guest on this show in the past year when she donated 2 copies of this single to be included in the March 2014 Marathon on WFMU
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm Kristina Koffee:

Hi Billy Jam, i don't usually come on to comment but just wanna say i really enjoy the show and thanks. Glad to be home for it tonight! loved DJ Pnutz
  7:05pm Dave M:

been looking forward to this show all day - thanks for playing real hip-hop!
  7:05pm loop skywalker:

Props once again..tuning in from the uk :) Love run dmc...one of the tracks you dont hear too often
Avatar 7:07pm Billy Jam:

this one is the B side of "Ralph Wiggum" seven inch from A-Trak - WOT up to Loop Skywalker over in UK - hello Dave, hello Kristina Koffee - thanks for checking in!
Avatar 7:08pm spidermank:

me an two mates chipped in to buy Ram Jam's black betty .i (my dad) had the loudest hifi so we kept it at my house, mostly .

cant wait to hear what temptations toon yoo bought

Billllllly Jam
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm Blacktooth:

Billy Jam, my speakers are smoking! Doin' it again and again, baby!
Avatar 7:11pm Billy Jam:

this one - like many of the records I got in 80's came free with UK music mags like Sounds and NME - Fourplay NME free with Sept '86 issue Not for sale
Avatar 7:14pm Billy Jam:

Irish music from previous show guest Captain Moonlight - from picture disc seven inch on All City from the ever outspoken wordsmith - b-side of "Dirty Cunts" - Hey Spidermank, hello Blacktooth
Avatar 7:15pm spidermank:

damn missed the first part of show , will have to hit the archives , me Pnutz and ahh i see the temptations

boinggg its fridaaaaaaaay
  7:18pm Pete in Oxnard:

love your show dude! always something different and unexpected - but always good! and then fine wine after you- yeah yeah yeah - love me fridays
Avatar 7:21pm Billy Jam:

More Irish hip-hop with reference to Celtic Tiger - which had just crashed when this came out in 2001 - with lyrics & production by Exile Eye and cuts by Troubledsoul. Exile Eye is Irish by way of San Jose CA - where his family is from - he moved with his family to Ireland as a young guy
Avatar 7:22pm TheRapperWithNoName:

Wow this cat is RIDICULOUS. Good lookin Billy, as always.
  7:28pm WFMUer:

hey people - support billy jam - his 27% hasnt changed during this show- meaning no one has supported him and he likely wont make his goal - 73% under. boo
  7:34pm Marmalade Kitty:

I bought Paul M'cartney frog chorus 7" single when i was 12, but I'd NEVER admit it..!
Avatar 7:36pm Billy Jam:

thanks Marmalade Kitty for shaing that - This version of "Paid In Full" by the late great UK hip-hop artist Derek B - credited as "Re-mix engineer Derek B" and "recorded in the US' and is different from LP version and from the Coldcut remix that sampled ( among other things) Ofra Haza - this one has the guitar riff from John Cougar Mellencamp's 1982 hit "Jack & Diane" and the chorus refrain from Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers "We Need Some Money" among other samples (including one of Derek B's own)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:36pm Kristina Koffee:

I'm always impressed with the generosity of people who aren't local and still pledged. I'm really looking forward to the new performance space.
Avatar 7:37pm spidermank:

ace tunes Billy and so cool looking at your 45,s pics , makes me reminiss over past lost and borrowed gems of mine such as "tits" the free 7inch that came with the stranglers black n white album , submission the pistols etc
  7:38pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hi BJ! No no.. thats MY secret! :)
  7:38pm Alvin The Videographer:

Tuning in now Billy. Good show bro!
Avatar 7:41pm Billy Jam:

hey ALVIN - This one put together by Peanut Butter Wolf for Australian magazine - artist Zest the SMoker a.k.a. Nigalooh Damon first stepped on the scene with this "Interruptions", released with 7000 copies of Australian hip-hop mag "Strength" magazine in 1997. Interruptions was re-released on the Stones Throw compilation "My Vinyl ...
Avatar 7:41pm TheRapperWithNoName:

This PB Wolf / Zest the smoker track is off the fuckin hook. Checked the date and saw 97. Flow makes more sense now. I was excited thought they were bringin it back!
Avatar 7:43pm TheRapperWithNoName:

Damn seriously, thats what Mac Dre would sound like on a Company Flow track

  7:45pm Marmalade Kitty:

Frog chorus was a good frisbee!
Avatar 7:46pm Billy Jam:

This one was never released but made for the wedding celebration in Japan on October 4th 2009 - with artwork by Acco - for more details on this unique song/ultimate romantic gesture - and photo from wedding - go back to my WFMU show from this time period (*Oct 4 2009) for more info
  7:48pm Tall Paul:

Yo Bill, how are things? DJ Moschops and myself checking in.
Johnny Doobs, Devient, Mikey Fingers, DJ Djackulate and Tweek all say Hi was at a scratch session earlier on.
  7:49pm Alvin The Videographer:

Thanks for the info. Nice sound. Oh yeah, the other day you were playing Crate Diggas w/ Madlib. I was blown away!
Avatar 7:51pm Billy Jam:

thanks Alvin - This one is a lil mix of three records inc. Audio Obstacle Course VOl 1 + Chicago "If You Leave Me Now' + The Clash "Train in Vain" - all inspired by style my man WFMU DJ Scott Williams applies - taking out the center piece of 7" and playing it at wrong speed :)
Avatar 7:51pm Billy Jam:

hey Tall Paul and Moschops in Dublin
Avatar 7:55pm Billy Jam:

YAY - we went from 27% to 65% of goal for this show -THANK YOU - now if we could edge it up just a little bit more :) - Thanks to board op Nick Name - stay tuned for Mista Fine Wine
Avatar 7:58pm Billy Jam:

thanks again to all tuned in - and to all the artists played today - next week back with tons more music including the featured new album from Latryx
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