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Options March 8, 2017: WoofMoo Morning Show with Glen Jones and Pseu Braun -- pledge!

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Artist Track Approx. start time
Louis Prima  Afraid to Dream   Options 0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Human League  Being Boiled   Options 0:02:59 (Pop-up)
War  All Day Music   Options 0:06:07 (Pop-up)
LCD Sound System  North American Scum   Options 0:10:20 (Pop-up)
Iggy Pop & Kate Pierson  Candy   Options 0:26:58 (Pop-up)
The Jolly Boys  The Passenger   Options 0:31:08 (Pop-up)
Bananarama  Aie A Mwana   Options 0:37:01 (Pop-up)
Talking Heads  Once in a Lifetime   Options 0:56:30 (Pop-up)
Laura Cantrell  Wait   Options 1:00:08 (Pop-up)
Frank Sinatra  Without a Song   Options 1:03:55 (Pop-up)
Kinks  Better Things   Options 1:07:27 (Pop-up)
Joey Ramone & General Johnson  Rcokaway Beach   Options 1:22:13 (Pop-up)
De La Soul  Magic Number   Options 1:25:52 (Pop-up)
Hooverphonic  I Like the Way I Dance   Options 1:27:50 (Pop-up)
Doobie Brothers  Takin' It To The Streets   Options 1:30:17 (Pop-up)
Andre Williams  I Wanna Go Back To Detroit City   Options 1:37:58 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Hang Fire   Options 1:59:31 (Pop-up)
Generation X  Your Generation   Options 1:59:55 (Pop-up)
The Rubinoos  I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend   Options 2:01:53 (Pop-up)
The Nerves  Hangin on the Telephone   Options 2:04:27 (Pop-up)
James Brown  Think   Options 2:16:56 (Pop-up)
Joe Tex  Ain't Gonna Bump No More   Options 2:21:19 (Pop-up)
The Rascals  A Beautiful Morning   Options 2:22:38 (Pop-up)
The Liminanas  Prisunic   Options 2:33:27 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:

Beggin'   Options

2:41:16 (Pop-up)
Modern English  I Melt with You   Options 2:45:09 (Pop-up)
The Monroes  What Do All The People Know   Options 2:49:54 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Lorette Velvette 

Boys Keep Swinging   Options

2:56:53 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  6:04am stuntz:

one for the money, two for the show, go Jones go
Avatar 6:07am Pseu Braun:

Let's go folks! Jones and I (his MC for this morning) eagerly await your pledges to listener supported WFMU! Great prizes and fun - get in the running by pledging at the dog-cow banner!
  6:07am Jonesey:

Good morning & welcome
  6:08am Jonesey:

Hi Pseu! You look fantastic
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09am Sebastian:

Good morning
Avatar 6:14am Pseu Braun:

Thanks Jonesy, POPPIN TOONZ! 1-800-989-9368 call in coffee breath and help us through another year!
Avatar 6:14am PsychopathJimFields:

Good Morning, Your Highness!
Wonderful start!
Got a couple of decent wrecks: 287 near Piscataway, both side closed, so if anyone wants to go check out the carnage, find an overpass with visibility. The other one is on the BQE north; good luck getting to the Brooklyn Bridge.
Have a happy day!!!!!!!!
Avatar 6:29am PsychopathJimFields:

Jonesy, Jonesy, Jonesy
I can't let you go...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:35am CoffeeBluez:

Good Morning Jonesy and all you terrific WoofMooers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36am annie:

good morning all!!
  6:44am P-90:

Good Morning and Merry Marathon, Jonesy and Pseu! Go get em'
  6:44am Cooh John:

G, go, goo, good mornin'
Avatar 6:46am Sem Chumbo:

Sounding Jonesey to the extreme this AM, Glen. Good morning to you, and Pseu.
Personal grooming tips in the morning, freeform lives!
  6:50am noel:

pronounced Lestishire
Avatar 6:51am rjk:

LESTER! it's efffing LESTER! I demand my pledge back! (not really)
  6:52am Riggs:

It's pronounced Lester. As in director, Richard Lester.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Mayor Jonesey and Deputy Mayor Braun. How ya been, Pseu? Miss hearing your witty conversation on the radio.
  7:01am Cooh John:

My once in a lifetime is coming to volunteer for the marathon.
Avatar 7:05am Pseu Braun:

Duly noted -- Bloody LESTER! Thank you from your Yank pals..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14am annie:

we have a town here called: "leicester", the new locals call it "lester", the older residents call it lee-cess-ter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26am Bootsie:

I'm upping my SFL this year. Hoping you get the morning gig! You're currently in my top 2 picks. ;-)
  7:45am Listener Robert:

Aspirin's now in mg instead of grains -- but that was part of changes in pharmacy that proceeded independently of metrication of other things.
  7:50am Listener Robert:

With other drugs, the metrication was "hard", resulting in round numbers in milligrams -- like, say, 50 mg tablets. With aspirin it's been "soft" metrication, resulting in tablets that are still 5 grains & 1 1/4 grains but labeled in mg.
  7:57am po' foo':

what is a mouse pledge?
  8:00am Goldy:

Happy international women's day!
  8:00am Listener Robert:

Sometimes it's scary how people with a taste for WFMU wind up together. I was a listener since 1980 in the Bronx. Half a year ago I moved in here in NJ with a friend I'd barely known for a few years as a friend of friends I'd known for 30. Turns out he's been a WFMU listener since the 1970s. We even share tastes in AM radio. Then I happened upon a new stream called Newt Radio, got acquainted with its impresario. Turns out they'd previously been WNTI, and turns out my housemate used to listen to them too. And then closing the circle, those people had been inspired by WFMU, partly thru personal cx w Ol' Pal Irwin.

This is all more than mere chance.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:05am doctorjazz:

Love this song, Power Pop lives! Jonesey! (the Rubinos, that is).
Curious about Newt Radio, but it's already tough to just listen to the stuff I love on FMU. I'll check it out, though.
  8:08am Listener Robert:

Newt's pretty good, though as Ken sang one Hoof & Mouth, nothing compares to FMU. But that's one of the great things about WFMU: They're influential, unselfish, and promote the art generally. They're great for promoting individual acts, they're a model for others who are in a position to behave similarly, and they even helped a New Orleans station get back off the ground after a hurricane.
  8:10am Andal:

What a pleasure to wake up to Pseu's voice. I miss Thing With a Hook so mich.
  8:11am Listener Robert:

Po' foo', "mouse" is named for computer mice. It's a level of pledging they introduced in the 1990s as a way of financing the then-projected streaming (and later archiving) of their programs.

In terms of influential, it's hard to guess how long it would've taken other services to take up streaming if Ken hadn't had the foresight to enter that mode.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:13am JM:

Stockholm is a section of Hardyston Township, it used to be Snufftown in colonial days. It is a magical place when driving on 23 north 91.1 fades away and 90.1 picks up perfectly.
  8:16am JBeek:

Jonesy with a playlist. Wow.
  8:21am Listener Robert:

90.1 reminds me of another fumbled ball that Auricle picked up. I was surprised to learn that what's now WMFU had had an unused construction permit for many years. I didn't even know the FCC permitted that kind of "parking", but apparently the people who started it ran out of resources. it may not be what its founder envisioned, but at least WFMU's making good use of it now.
Avatar 8:25am Pseu Braun:

C'MON FOLKS! We gots mo-mentum now-- keep it going pledge NOW 1-800-989-9368 or cllick on the dog-cow banner on the upper left! THANKS!!
  8:27am Listener Robert:

And then the archiving led to the Free Music Archive. They were like, why limit ourselves to archiving our own shows, when so many people want to search for individual pieces of music or other audio? Of course it's a job calaloguing material that artists want to make available, but who better to do it?
  8:31am JakeGould:

It might be a “Day Without Women” across the U.S. right now, but what your gender is, WFMU needs your pledge money.

The number to pledge is: 800-989-9368. And the online link is:pledge.wfmu.org...
  8:34am psychopathjimfields:

Lotta dearly departed today.
  8:49am Listener Robert:

  10:38am Crumb:

Frangles and Ken are radio comedy gold! Like George & Gracie or John & Blanche.
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