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Beats mismatched. New mystic moods. The International Style. Pressed and dressed. Queasy listening. New ways to fail. More is more. Backroom room tones.

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Options December 1, 2020: World AIDS Day special

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
Derek Jarman  I Fill This Room with the Echoes of Many Voices   Options Blue  Mute  1994   
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Andrew Zealley  Infinity   Options AA Bronson: The Quick And The Dead  Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, The Morris And Helen Belkin Art Gallery ‎  2003   
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Paul Giovanni and Magnet  Procession   Options The Wicker Man OST  Trunk Records  1998   
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John Grant with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra  Pale Green Ghosts   Options Live in Concert  Bella Union  2014   
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Soft Cell  Martin   Options The Art of Falling Apart  Some Bizzare  1983   
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Freddie Mercury  Love Kills (Extended Version)   Options Love Kills  CBS  1984   
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Sharon Redd  In the Name of Love (Extended Mix)   Options In the Name of Love  Prelude Recrods  1982   
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Frankie Goes to Hollywood  The Only Star in Heaven   Options Welcome to the Pleasuredome  ZTT  1984   
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Erasure  Blue Savannah (Der Deutsche Mix II)   Options Blue Savannah  Sire  1990   
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Kiki Gyan  Doing My Thing   Options Afro Reggae  PVP  1977   
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Jobriath  Inside   Options As the River Flows  Eschatone Records  2014   
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Music behind DJ:
Kevin Oldham 

Symphony for Organ (Part Two)   Options

Out of the Depths: 





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Liberace  Chopin Melody   Options           1:05:34 (Pop‑up)
Anthony Perkins  Never Will I Marry   Options Greenwillow (The Original Cast Album)  RCA Victor  1960   
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Klaus Nomi  Death   Options Simple Man  RCA Victor  1982   
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Rock Hudson With The Stanyan Strings  As I Love My Own   Options Rock, Gently: Rock Hudson Sings The Songs Of Rod McKuen  Stanyan  1970   
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Umanji  Hamba Nges Timela (Go By Train)   Options Moloi  Jozi Vibes  2009   
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David Wojnarowicz  Cross Country 1 (February-March 1989) Part 1   Options Cross Country  Reading Group  2018   
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Gia Carangi  The 20/20 Interview   Options     1982      1:48:51 (Pop‑up)
Anonhi  I Will Survive   Options       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Qmw_H5Y0s    1:52:04 (Pop‑up)
Arthur Russell  They and Their Friends (Live 6/24/84)   Options Sketches For World Of Echo: June 25 1984 Live At Ei  Audika  2020  https://arthurrussell.bandcamp.com/album/sketches-for-world-of-echo-june-25-1984-live-at-ei 
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Music behind DJ:
Patrick Cowley 

Journey Home   Options

School Daze 

Dark Entries/HNYTRX 




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Kia LaBeija        2020  Creative Time Summit X Kia LaBeija: Health and Gender    2:02:51 (Pop‑up)
Ron Hardy  First Choice: Let No Man Put Asunder (Baby, Baby Baby, Aw Shucks Dub)   Options Muzic Box Classics V3  Partehardy Records  2007   
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Fela Kuti And The Africa '70  Opposite People (7" Edit by Mr K)   Options The Mr K Edits  Most Excellent Unlimited  2019   
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Dennis Parker  New York by Night   Options New York by Night  Casablanca  1979   
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Scarlot Harlot  Safe Sex Slut   Options       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuO4CybkUUs    2:24:39 (Pop‑up)
Michael Callen  How to Have Sex   Options Purple Heart  Significant Other Records  1987   
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Sylvester  Taking Love into My Own Hands   Options Taking Love into My Own Hands  Trebol  1984   
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Book of Love  Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls (Extended Mix)   Options Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls  Sire  1988   
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Terre Thaemlitz & Ultra-Red  Hush Now (DJ Sprinkles Broken Record Mix)   Options A Silence Broken  Public Record  2006   
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          That’s What Friends Are For—Club Remix—Capetown Remix—Jol Mix    2:48:22 (Pop‑up)
David J  Being Boring   Options Very Introspective, Actually (A Tribute to the Pet Shop Boys)  Dancing Ferret Discs  2001   
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Music behind DJ:
Alexandra Pajak 

Sounds of HIV: Protein 1: 1   Options

Sounds of HIV 

Azica Records 




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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:00am Sylvia (France-NYC):

Hello, Jesse!
Avatar 3:01am Malcolm:

hello jesse!
Avatar 3:02am Jesse Dorris:

He-he-hellooooo everyone
Avatar 3:02am Jesse Dorris:

Might need to turn your speakers up this week ;)
  3:04am David in London:

Morning Jesse and all Glotals.
Sylvia, Malcolm, hello pals.
  3:04am No Kiddin':

just what we need right now, an AIDS special; loooolzz
Avatar 3:05am Jesse Dorris:

Morning Sylvia, Malcolm, David, No Kiddin'
Avatar 3:05am Jesse Dorris:

How was everyone's week?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06am Matthew_London:

Avatar 3:09am Sylvia (France-NYC):

last week was not too bad, considering
Avatar 3:10am Jesse Dorris:

Glad to hear it!
  3:10am No Kiddin':

anyone eat yoghurt this passed week?
Avatar 3:10am Jesse Dorris:

Hey Matthew!
Avatar 3:10am Malcolm:

my week was OK thanks - trying to stay positive by cooking and staying cosy
  3:10am Surgeon:

Great start with the Jarman.
Avatar 3:12am Sylvia (France-NYC):

@No Kiddin' @3:10 I did actually, with crumble
  3:12am No Kiddin':

no kiddin!
Avatar 3:13am Jesse Dorris:

That's the way to live, Malcolm!
Avatar 3:14am Sylvia (France-NYC):

your Thanksgiving dinner looked great, Jesse
Avatar 3:16am Jesse Dorris:

It turned out pretty well, thanks! Fun to cook an elaborate too much, even just for one.
  3:19am No Kiddin':

so, its 3 hours of artists who got AIDS? Thats a bit AIDSist
  3:20am Listener Bop Monroe:

greetings from soggy Tannersville DJ JD.
very interesting starting set.
...and we finally picked the bird carcass clean!
Avatar 3:22am Jesse Dorris:

Hey @Listener Bop, welcome aboard and thanks! We've only just begun....
  3:22am David in London:

Week was good thanks Jesse. I’ve adopted something similar to Malcolm’s strategy.
Hi Matthew.
  3:24am No Kiddin':

i'm lookin forward to Queen, and Boyzone (didnt one of them have Aids?) Eazy E, Jobriath, and Frankie Goes To Hollywood!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:27am Matthew_London:

David hello :)
  3:27am Pablo:

Love to hear your session while working in the studio here in Ams :)
Avatar 3:27am Malcolm:

hi david! i doff my chef's hat to you
Avatar 3:28am Jesse Dorris:

Lots of gems in store for us all
Avatar 3:28am Jesse Dorris:

Hey @Pablo! Hope this offers a fruitful soundtrack to the work
  3:28am No Kiddin':

Jim Diamond?
  3:30am No Kiddin':

Peter Allen (1944–1992) Australian born songwriter and singer; wrote an expatriate anthem "I Still Call Australia Home". [7]
Andy Bell (born 1964) British musician; singer of the synthpop duo Erasure. [136]
Nadja Benaissa (born 1982) German musician; member of the girl group No Angels. [137]
Black Randy (1952–1988) American leader of west coast art-punk soul band Black Randy and the Metrosquad. [138]
Jorge Bolet (1914–1990) Cuban pianist and conductor, well remembered for his performances and recordings of large-scale Romantic music. [139]
Mykki Blanco (born 1986) American rapper performing artist and poet known for worldwide tours, and outspoken defense of LGBT rights [140]
Cazuza (1958–1990) Brazilian singer and composer [141]
Stuart Challender (1947–1991) Australian conductor; second Australian-born Chief Conductor of the Sydney Symphony (1987–91). [142]
David Cole (1963–1995) American dance music producer, part of C+C Music Factory [143]
Patrick Cowley (1950–1982) American electronic music artist [144]
Robbin Crosby (1959–2002) American guitarist nicknamed "The King", member of the glam metal band Ratt. [145]
Tony De Vit (1957–1998) British club disc jockey [146]
Bobby DeBarge (1956–1995) Singer, member of the American musical band DeBarge. [147]
Paul Delph (1957–1996) Singer and musician based in Los Angeles [148]
Kiki Djan (1957–2004) Ghanaian singer, member of the musical band Osibisa [149]
Eazy-E (1963–1995) American rapper, member of gangsta rap group N.W.A. [150]
Youri Egorov (1954–1988) Soviet classical pianist, defected to the Netherlands. [20][151]
Patrick Esposito Di Napoli (1964–1994) French Canadian singer [152]
Tom Fogerty (1941–1990) American musician who played rhythm guitar in Creedence Clearwater Revival, elder brother of John Fogerty, the lead singer and guitar player in that band. [153]
Andy Fraser (1952–2015) British musician who played bass guitar in the influential 1970s group Free. Wrote the hit "All Right Now". [154]
Michael Friedman (1975–2017) American composer and lyricist. Obie Award winner in 2007. Wrote the Broadway musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. [155]
Ray Gillen (1959–1993) American singer, best known for his work with the bands Black Sabbath and Badlands. [156]
Paul Giovanni (1933–1990) American playwright, actor, director, singer and musician, best known for writing the music for the film The Wicker Man [157]
John Grant (born 1968) American alternative rock singer and songwriter [158]
Kenny Greene (1969–2001) American R&B singer from the group Intro [159]
Howard Greenfield (1936–1986) American songwriter; was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1991. [160]
Steven Grossman (1951–1991) American singer-songwriter from the 1970s [161]
Calvin Hampton (1938–1984) American organist and sacred music composer [162]
Dan Hartman (1950–1994) American singer, songwriter and record producer [7]
Ofra Haza (1957–2000) Israeli singer; gained international recognition with the single "Im Nin'alu". [163]
Jerry Herman (1931–2019) American composer/lyricist; composed the scores for the hit Broadway musicals Hello, Dolly!, Mame, and La Cage aux Folles. [164]
Fred Hersch (born 1955) American contemporary jazz pianist [165]
Paul Jabara (1948–1992) American actor and songwriter: wrote Donna Summer's Oscar-winning hit "Last Dance." [166]
Paul Jacobs (1930–1983) American pianist [12]
Jobriath (1946–1983) American Glam Rock musician [167]
Holly Johnson (born 1960) British singer, former lead singer of Frankie Goes to Hollywood. [168]
Bernard Kabanda (1959–1999) Ugandan guitarist [20][169]
René Klijn (1962–1993) Dutch boyband singer and model. In 1992 starred in a controversial and iconic episode of Paul de Leeuw's TV show De Schreeuw van de Leeuw, where Klijn's illness was the main subject while De Leeuw took the liberty of cracking jokes about it. The episode was praised for discussing a taboo subject in frank but refreshing terms and won a Bronze Rose d'Or at Montreux. Their duet, Mr. Blue, became a number one-hit in the Netherlands while the money was donated to the AIDS foundation. [170]
Fela Kuti (1938–1997) Nigerian musician and political activist [171]
Héctor Lavoe (1946–1993) Puerto Rican salsa singer and composer [172]
Paul Lekakis (born 1966) American singer and actor [143]
Liberace (1919–1987) American pianist and entertainer [173]
Andreas Lundstedt (born 1972) Swedish musician best known as a member of the pop-disco group, Alcazar. [174]
Philly Lutaaya (1951–1989) Ugandan composer and musician, AIDS prevention activist in Africa [175]
Billy Lyall (1953–1989) British keyboard player; member of Pilot and the Bay City Rollers. [176]
Jimmy McShane (1957–1995) Frontman of the Italian musical band Baltimora [177][178]
Freddie Mercury (1946–1991) British musician and lead singer of the band Queen. [179]
Haoui Montaug (1952–1991) American nightclub doorman, club promoter, and writer. [180]
Jacques Morali (1947–1991) French disco composer, and co-creator of the Village People. [7]
Alan Murphy (1953–1989) English guitarist. Worked with Kate Bush and Level 42, among others. [181]
Billy Newton-Davis (born 1951) American-born Canadian R&B, gospel and jazz singer. [182]
Klaus Nomi (1944–1983) German countertenor singer [183]
Rodel Naval (1953–1995) Filipino singer, songrwriter and actor [184]
Stephen Oliver (1950–1992) English composer; known for his operas. [185]
Chuck Panozzo (born 1948) American bass player; founding member of the rock band Styx. [186]
Lonnie Pitchford (1955–1998) American blues musician and instrument maker [187]
Louis Potgieter (1951–1993) South African singer, fronted the German novelty act Dschinghis Khan. [188]
Sharon Redd (1945–1992) American disco singer [189]
Scott Ross (1951–1989) American harpsichordist [190]
Frankie Ruiz (1958–1998) Puerto Rican salsa singer and composer [191]
Arthur Russell (1951–1992) American disco artist and cellist [192]
Renato Russo (1960–1996) Brazilian founder and leader of the rock band, Legião Urbana. [193]
Gil Scott-Heron (1949–2011) American poet, musician, author and spoken word performer known as 'The Godfather of Rap' [194]
Mano Solo (1963–2010) French singer [195]
Jermaine Stewart (1957–1997) American pop singer [7]
Sylvester (1947–1988) American disco artist and drag performer [196]
Umanji (c. 1968–2008) South African musician and songwriter [197]
António Variações (1944–1984) Portuguese musician and songwriter. First known case in Portugal among famous people. [198]
Ricky Wilson (1953–1985) American guitarist; original member of The B-52's. [199]
Conchita Wurst (1988–) Austrian drag performer, singer and winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest [200]
Miki Zone (1955–1986) American musician; member of Man 2 Man [201]
Zombo (1979–2008) South African singer, songwriter and music producer, best known as a member of kwaito group Abashante. [202] NO SPOILERZ!!
  3:32am martin:

I've never heard my name so many times
  3:32am David in London:

Malcolm, are you wearing the chequerboard trousers too?
  3:34am No Kiddin':

Any chance of a testicular cancer special next week? I can think of some real gems for that one already!
Avatar 3:34am Jesse Dorris:

no spoilers
Avatar 3:35am Jesse Dorris:

  3:35am Listener Bop Monroe:

there you go big guy!
Avatar 3:35am Sylvia (France-NYC):

haha Martin
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36am diciassette:

this from the original Metropolis soundtrack? fantastic!
Avatar 3:37am Jesse Dorris:

@Diciassette yes Freddie Mercury was SO ahead of his time :)
Avatar 3:40am Malcolm:

@david: always!
Avatar 3:40am Sylvia (France-NYC):

don't you just like it when you're putting clean sheets and the cat just decides to have a little nap right there
  3:41am Listener Bop Monroe:

which came first - this or what a fool believes...?
  3:41am No Kiddin':

  3:42am Listener Bop Monroe:

Avatar 3:42am Jesse Dorris:

@Sylvia my cats are staging an acrobatics contest right now
  3:42am No Kiddin':

Avatar 3:42am Jesse Dorris:

haha @Listener stay tuned and you might hear that question being posed in real time, sort of
Avatar 3:43am Sylvia (France-NYC):

haha, Jesse, I'm imagining little kitties in spandex now
Avatar 3:43am Malcolm:

what are your cat's names?
Avatar 3:44am Jesse Dorris:

Heh I'd put them in such if they'd allow! They're named Francine and Cuddles, and are hooligans.
Avatar 3:46am Malcolm:

but their names sounds so sweet!
Avatar 3:47am Sylvia (France-NYC):

has that FGTH song been sampled, or used as a theme song, a cover? I'm having memories of it but different instrumentation, voice
  3:48am Surgeon:

Deep dives with the remixes Jesse!
Avatar 3:48am Jesse Dorris:

Hmmm, not that I know of?
  3:49am No Kiddin':

i think youre imagining it sylvia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49am diciassette:

some cats actually like it if you make the bed on them, don’t they (they turn into the thing from Tremors and then it’s best to sleep elsewhere)
Avatar 3:49am Jesse Dorris:

Hey @Surgeon! This was one of the very first CD singles I ever bought, I love this mix so! Whatever happened to Fischerman's Friend?
  3:49am No Kiddin':

i can think of better songs from that album to sample
  3:50am Doris from Droitwich:

This is a great remix!
  3:50am No Kiddin':

droitwich lol
  3:51am Doris from Droitwich:

@Jesse FYI Tony & I gave Francine & Cuddles a shoutout on Marital Aid last month😻😻
Avatar 3:51am Jesse Dorris:

Wait Fischerman's Friend was Max Loderbauer???? mind blown.
Avatar 3:51am Jesse Dorris:

@Doris AWWWWWWWWW thank you!!!
Avatar 3:54am Jesse Dorris:

The synths in this song, I just can't even.
  3:55am No Kiddin':

even what?
  3:55am No Kiddin':

i admit theyre good
  3:57am No Kiddin':

Pray we get some Eazy E, guys.
  3:58am Listener Bop Monroe:

klaus nomi
where's spock
where's spock
where's spock
  3:59am Diezel Tea:

Hello JD and friends. My schedule doesn't often let me check in here, so hail Satan for the archives.))
  3:59am Doris from Droitwich:

And Liberace!
  4:01am Doris from Droitwich:

*Runs off to make an Eazy-E & Liberace mashup*
Avatar 4:02am Jesse Dorris:

Hey @Diezel always lovely to hear from you when it's possible! Hope all is well with you!
Avatar 4:02am Jesse Dorris:

heh send it my way Doris!
Avatar 4:03am Jesse Dorris:

You all are one step ahead of me!
  4:03am Listener Bop Monroe:

  4:03am No Kiddin':

thank god we wont b hearing any elton john or paul mccartney on tonights show!
  4:07am No Kiddin':

  4:08am Listener Bop Monroe:

"i wish my brother goerge were here."
  4:12am Listener Bop Monroe:

maybe i should turn in. keeping on listening. g'night all!
be safe. Thnx DJ JD!
Avatar 4:14am Jesse Dorris:

Stay safe Bop!
  4:15am No Kiddin':

could u slip in some Elvis somehow?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:16am VincentNifigance:

Amazing show today, Jesse.
Avatar 4:19am Jesse Dorris:

Thanks VincentNifigance!
  4:19am David in London:

Ah Klaus, he had to be here somewhere.
Hey Vince.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:23am VincentNifigance:

@DavidInLondon always an honour to transcend membranes with you, my friend.
  4:24am No Kiddin':

yeah,but still waitin' on Eazy
  4:25am David in London:

I’ve always thought that the osmotic flow was strong in you Vince.
Avatar 4:39am Sylvia (France-NYC):

that's very sad that what he is saying is totally relevant today
Avatar 4:39am Rich in Bristol:

I'd never heard of David Wojnarowicz until today. Thanks for opening my ears, Jesse!
Avatar 4:41am Ajay from Krommenie / NL:

this David Wojnarowicz track is amazing
Avatar 4:41am Malcolm:

amazing recording
Avatar 4:43am Malcolm:

i've heard the waterfront journals is very good
Avatar 4:51am Rich in Bristol:

Wow. That whole Cross Country track was incredible.
Avatar 4:52am Jesse Dorris:

Glad the Wojnarowicz resonated with you all. It tears me apart every time I hear it.
Avatar 4:55am Sylvia (France-NYC):

beautiful version of this song
  4:55am earthwalker:

Such an interesting show
  4:56am earthwalker:

Hello ears around the World
Avatar 4:57am Jesse Dorris:

Incredible, right? The story goes that this was one of the first times Anonhi sang in public, after a Black Lips performance at the Pyramid Club in NYC in the early 90s....
Avatar 4:57am Jesse Dorris:

Welcome aboard @earthwalker glad to have you here!
  4:58am Surgeon:

Are we gonna hear Coil’s version of Tainted Love?
  4:58am David in London:

Hey Earth Walker. Good morning to you.
Avatar 5:00am Jesse Dorris:

@surgeon only time will tell! If any of you managed to get your hands on my first DJ Premium from last year, you can play along with the show and hear the rare version of it sung by Sleazy!
  5:01am earthwalker:

Hi David His it going buddy
  5:10am Earthwalker:

Hi Jesse
I can relate I worked in San Francisco
around that time We lost friends we worked with
Very sad
  5:13am Hugo (NL):

hi everyone!
Avatar 5:14am Jesse Dorris:

@earthwalker <3
Avatar 5:14am Jesse Dorris:

Hey Hugo how's all with you?
  5:22am alan the painter:

Thank you for early morning music, taking me back to the 80's, NYC always in my minds eye though i traveled west to Chicago, returning east in '05.
Al'-ways listening to FMU...
Avatar 5:27am Jesse Dorris:

Aww thanks Alan, glad it's working for you!
  5:31am Earthwalker:

New York at night can’t be matched
Cute song I might not have enjoyed back then as a Brooklyn thug
Avatar 5:32am Malcolm:

never been to new york :( hope to make it one day
Avatar 5:34am Malcolm:

is this a pro masturbation song
Avatar 5:35am Jesse Dorris:

Avatar 5:36am Malcolm:

my new anthem
Avatar 5:37am Malcolm:

ha ha
  5:40am PERSONATOR from Highland Park NJ:

Oh yes
  5:41am Earthwalker:

I remember this music at the discos Brooklyn Manhattan
Never did get the hustle dance
  5:41am PERSONATOR from Highland Park NJ:

Dancing to this at the goth club flint mich 1988
  5:42am PERSONATOR from Highland Park NJ:

Jamming cassette single over and over and over and over
  5:42am Hugo (NL):

@jesse all is well. reallly enjoying this show! how are you?
Avatar 5:42am Jesse Dorris:

The most ecstatic song about not having sex
  5:43am PERSONATOR from Highland Park NJ:

It’s going to be a great day
  5:43am ignatatus666:

It’s been a glitchin show this night
  5:44am ignatatus666:

Really dug that song that was on at 5:11
Avatar 5:46am Jesse Dorris:

That was maybe the Ron Hardy mix of First Choice! Pure energy
  5:47am Earthwalker:

Fun Songs
Avatar 5:47am Clay Pigeon:

Hey Jesse! Hope you're doing well. Haven't seen you since the Carter Administration. Stay strong!
  5:48am Earthwalker:

Mr Pidge !
Avatar 5:50am Malcolm:

great show today Jesse
  5:50am Earthwalker:

Remember Billy Beer
Avatar 5:51am Ole 'Rick:

Enjoyn' da show as usual Jesse
Avatar 5:51am Ole 'Rick:

Mornin' Clay
  5:52am Surgeon:

Diggin’ deep with the remixes again. Love it!
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 5:52am jinjabredboy:

great stuff Jesse - thanks
Avatar 5:52am Jesse Dorris:

Hey @Clay! I owe you an email, so sorry. Hope to see you before too many more administrations come and go!
  5:52am summerFRIDAYbrian:

lovez the mix JESSE ! ! ! ! !
Avatar 5:52am Clay Pigeon:

No worries Jesse!
  5:54am Earthwalker:

Billy beer probably as bad as Rheingold beer
Avatar 5:55am Jesse Dorris:

And that's it for me, friends. Take good care and stay safe. Keep those we've lost in your hearts today, AIDS is not over.

Thanks for your ears. Until next week....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56am Matthew_London:

  5:57am David in London:

Thanks for another great show today Jesse.
  5:58am Earthwalker:

Jesse Thanks for Show !
  5:58am Hugo (NL):

it was a december 1st celebration!! tnx
  5:59am Surgeon:

Great show. Loved the David J cover of Being Boring
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 5:43am fionnland:

Belated thanks for the show, Jesse! Was stuck in meetings all Tuesday morn but always a treat to tune in later!
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