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February 5, 2013 Options
Bomb's (still) away
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat (pt. 1)   Options b/w Cold Sweat (pt. 2)
(King 1967)

Sons of the Pioneers  Old Man Atom   Options
Billy Hughes & the Rhythm Buckeroos  Atomic Sermon   Options
Golden Gate Quartet  Atom and Evil   Options
Pilgrim Travelers  Jesus Hits Like the Atomic Bomb   Options
Hank King w/Bud Williams & His Smiling Buddies  Your Atom Bomb Heart   Options
The Buchanan Brothers  Atomic Power   Options

Talkover Music:
00-Soul 
Taboo   Options The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

Jorge Mautner  Cinco Bombas Atômicas   Options
Alfonso Lovo  La Bomba De Neutrono   Options La Gigantona
Charles Mingus  Oh Lord Don't Let Them Drop that Atomic Bomb on Me   Options Complete Birdland Broadcasts
(n/a 1962)

Talkover Music:
00-Soul 
Ramon   Options

Al Rogers with His Rocky Mountain Boys  The Hydrogen Bomb   Options
Al Rex  Hydrogen Bomb   Options
Fred Kirby  When That Hell Bomb Falls   Options
Gregory Corso  Bomb   Options Beat Jazz: Pictures From the Gone World
(Pesky Serpent )
Sonny Russell  50 Megatons   Options
The Jewels  B-Bomb Baby   Options
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup  I'm Gonna Dig Myself a Hole   Options

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 196?)

Listener comments!

  Tue. 2/5/13 5:25pm annie:

when does this shindig get diggin it, man?
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:32pm Philo Gristle:

Bombs away!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:32pm kat330:

Hi, Doug! Hi, Annie! So the theme is lost bombs?
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:34pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi Annie, Philo G and kat330. You guys are da bomb!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:35pm kat330:

If anyone has info or an opinion about Rehoboth Beach, DE, please do tell!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:36pm Doug Schulkind:

I haven't hung out at Rehoboth since the mid-'60s!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:38pm kat330:

We're just considering places with two criteria: An ocean beach and an airport (nearish by) where there are nonstop flights from Louisville. That's a VERY short list unfortunately. But I believe Rehoboth is the closest Atl Ocean beach to BWI, yes?
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:40pm Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Not sure if Bethany Beach is closer. Unless, of course, you're referring to the British West Indies...
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:42pm glenn:

holy crap, you guys are keeners. you might as well just leave the comments board running 24/7, drummer.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:42pm kat330:

Aha, Philo mentioned Bethany Beach, too. Do you recall any pros or cons between them? Or perhaps it's all con these days? ;) And we're considering a late April trip, so suppose no swimming could be involved, daggit.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:44pm kat330:

Hello, mr. glenn! We weren't here last week, so we figured we'd get an early berth today.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:45pm glenn:

seriously? they lost a nuke? that's messed up on so many different levels.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:46pm Doug Schulkind:

Hiya glenn! There is always a WFMU comment board unspooling somewhere...

@kat330
Honestly, I haven't been there since about 1965. My guess is they are both monstrously overdeveloped.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:47pm Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
There are an estimated 92 LOST nuclear bombs. Lookie here: genecurtis.wordpress.com...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:48pm Philo Gristle:

Wasn't that the plot of an early Bond movie, like Thunderball?
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:48pm kat330:

Savannah River is already irradiated. Westinghouse Savannah River Company's there. [Hi, Jeff Allender!]
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:48pm listener james from westwood:

@glenn, check wikipedia for a frightening list of military nuclear accidents. (prob. 100% congruent w. the list doug just pointed to while i typed this!)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:49pm Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of explosive — good welcome to Listener James from Westwood!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:50pm listener james from westwood:

louder than a bomb! evening, doug, and happy tuesday, folks!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:51pm glenn:

fair enough. it just seems so...... careless, somehow.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:53pm Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
C'mon man, haven't you ever misplaced something?? Show some compassion.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:53pm kat330:

Hey, James! Feel as though I haven't seen you much recently. Well met!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:55pm listener james from westwood:

evening, kat! been offsite for a couple of charlie's shows, one of doug's; thank the radio gods for the archives! was happy to catch a live tape hiss today, though.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:57pm kat330:

So I wonder if we're going to hear releases that were commercial bombs or ... ?
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:57pm Doug Schulkind:

rimshot!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:57pm Philo Gristle:

Love the HST getup, James!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Jiminy cripes crêpes! Whadda board, already!
Hi Doug and all youse Drummers!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:58pm Philo Gristle:

Mr. Matt Springs in. Hello!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:58pm kat330:

Matt, hello! What do you have to report about Rehoboth or Bethany Beaches? :)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 5:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Howdy Matt from Springfield!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Rehoboth Beach, eh? Just so happens that was my family's traditional beach-going spot, so I mos def can tell :)
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 5:59pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, philo! 'twas a halloween costume from 2008. i made a democratic nat'l convention press pass, brought my portable manual typewriter, & wrote dispatches from the party, in character.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:00pm ndbob:

evening Doug and everyone
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:00pm kat330:

Hiya, Bob!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:00pm glenn:

news.nationalpost.com...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:00pm ndbob:

I've been to Rehoboth Beach
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:01pm ndbob:

heya kat!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:01pm annie:

it's business time!!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: You would NOT believe that field! Walked into a spring of water. Good thing there's a mat to wipe on here.

@Ph&kat: Rehoboth (or the nearby Lewes) is a nice beach, popular with retirees, no sales tax in DE. It is cold water most of the off season, if that's a concern.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:01pm listener james from westwood:

howdy, ndbob & all here for the bomb test. don your goggles before the countdown....
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:02pm Philo Gristle:

@James Fantastic idea -- hope you took it easy on pills and shotguns! What (little) I know of American politics, I learned from Hunter.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:02pm kat330:

@Matt: After locating it on the map, I keep thinking of it as Bebe Rebozo Beach. ;) So is it (still) worthwhile to stay on (in late April) or is it the bomb (in the bad sense)?
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Excellent, Studio P comes to C, now Studio C comes to P!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:03pm ndbob:

ah used to have this one
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: It is even nicer and more tranquil (and far less touristy) in the off-season. Not as many places are open, but it's not like you'd need all of them year round. Cold water is the only deterrent. That and retail outlet stores proliferated like fungi.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Joe McG has played this Sons of the Pioneers--great progressive statement for the time. Cowboys can be pretty smart too, y'know!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Hey there ndbob. Say to our friends at NORAD. They must be, um, neighbors of yours.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:05pm Philo Gristle:

Greets Bob! Thankee Matt. Can't avoid the strip malls, these days.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

"Peace in the world, or the world in pieces"!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:06pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Sounds like a Criswell prediction, or predilection. How was Plan 9?!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:06pm Doug Schulkind:

Ain't that a great lyric, Matt!?!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: If you like pizza when going out, Grotto Pizza is the local DE-beach-only chain. It's great, a certain je ne sais quoi about their pizzas.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: Retroactive Best Cowboy Lyric Grammy is ordered for them!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:08pm kat330:

The Baltimore destination consideration has nothing to do with the Ravens, btw. We are a Superbowl-free household. Only other "southern" beaches close to nonstops are Miami (where we've been) and Houston, which has nothing even as close as Rehoboth.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:08pm ndbob:

this is (or was) the land of missile silos - a friend of mine actually helped to build one
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:10pm ndbob:

@kat @philo I'm originally from Baltimore - not a Superbowl free household here - but frequently the only game I watch
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:11pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Don't care if the pizza looks grotty, long as they taste tasty! Sounds like a beach-only pizzeria might even serve some seafood pizzas... scallop me a slice!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@NDBob: Some of which are decoy "scarecrow" silos, with all the active ones run by underground missile control bunkers throughout the state. I assume with the new nuclear treaty and budget cutting, a lot of those decommissioned will probably come out of the Dakotas.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:11pm kat330:

Congrats on your win, Bob! If we do make this Baltimore trip, we're hoping to get crabs. ;)
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:12pm Artie:

Fingers crossed for some Dazz Band, without or without pizza.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Hmm, not sure if Grotto's has scallops as a topping--but fer sure scallops (and crab, and fish and everything fruit de mer) at very many great places, at good prices!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:12pm Joe McG:

I was hoping you wouldn't leave this one out, Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:12pm Philo Gristle:

There was a story on 60 minutes, methinks, about some entrepreneur converting silos into underground apartment buildings.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Great place for crab in Baltimore: www.obryckis.com
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:13pm kat330:

Gospel atom bomb songs... who'd have thunk? You're a national treasure, Doug!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi there Joe McG!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:13pm annie:

best movie with the atom bomb theme: "waiting for the light" with ms shirley mclaine
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:14pm kat330:

Hey, Joe McG! Rockin' archive I heard of your last show.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Joe! Not a country/folk/gospel atom bomb set without ya!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:14pm ndbob:

for great crab cakes , try the G and M restaurant near BWI gandmcrabcakes.com
Doug and I have the Baltimore crab scene covered!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:14pm Joe McG:

Thanks, kat330! Thanks for the shoutout, Matt! Doug is killin' it, as usual!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:15pm kat330:

@annie: I do not know that film. Thanks for the tip.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:15pm ndbob:

@Matt - yep - the air base in Minot is still a prime nuclear center though
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: I noticed you said you listen to Surface Noise archives on Mondays! I'm up commenting with it midnight to 3, but when it was from 3 to 6 I also listened to that on Mondays!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:15pm Philo Gristle:

@Annie Never heard of that one. I have a preference for the ones where radiation causes insect to mutate to giant size. Attack of the CRAB Monsters, perhaps. Otherwise must be Slim Pickens ridin' the rocket.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:16pm Doug Schulkind:

Even though I'm originally from Bethesda, MD, many people think I'm from Baltimore. (Eddie Murray is my Buddha.)
  Tue. 2/5/13 6:17pm Andy S.:

Hank King backed by "Bud Williams & His Smiling Buddies." They're smiling 'cos somebody talked Hank into recording this dopey song!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:17pm kat330:

Yes, Matt, I see you there. Often an arrival time just after SNL ends. :) AND I saw you finally had a meet-up. Dan's a good man.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:18pm annie:

it is a classic shirley performance, with teri garr... and that tall guy with the hair.. a very special film :Set during the Cuban missile crisis, Waiting for the Light is an off-beat comic tale about a single mother of two (Teri Garr) who has just taken over a roadside cafe with her aunt (Shirley MacLaine), a former circus magician. MacLaine and the children pull a prank on her crotchety next-door neighbor, who is tricked into believing that the image he sees is actually an angel. Soon, the entire town believes an angel is living at Garr's diner, and eventually people come to the diner from miles around in hopes of seeing the angel.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: You know how it can be when people are out of state and not familiar with an area--in fact, it's a good thing Philly is "Filadelfia"; if it was "Piladelpia", people would confuse it and Pittsburgh! Two very different cities!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:19pm Doug Schulkind:

@Andy S
Here's that Hank King: bit.ly...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Dan IS a good man! And Van is a good man too, though he didn't make this one. The next one we're trying for is a big, DC-area one meeting in DC around U St., and already Van has recs for a location.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:20pm Matt from Springfield:

David Peel!? :D
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:20pm kat330:

Wow, annie -- we'll have to catch that one at the library. I love Teri Garr, so that should be a must-see.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:21pm Philo Gristle:

@annie Sounds like a double-bill for Joe Dante's wonderful Cuban Missile Crisis/Giant Monster/William Castle/Atomic Drill flick, Matinee.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:21pm annie:

kat, it' a classic, and a real sleeper
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:23pm northguineahills:

I still love the Talbot Bros' (Bermuda) "Atomic Nightmare".
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Good ears, Matt. Yes, that band sampled David Peel!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:24pm kat330:

Thanks, all youse, with your Baltimore - DE beach recs! Matt, if we *should* actually make this trip, we'll have to arrange a time to meet with you and any other DCers that are available.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:24pm Philo Gristle:

Love this Jorge, reminding me a bit of another Jorge: Ben and Africa Brasil. And that violin sounds like whoever it was that played with Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks. Awesome!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

The Unmistakable Sir David!

Hey, this song is familiar too! Didn't notice it was about atomic bombs! :)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:25pm Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
I've got the Talbot Brothers here under a pile somewhere...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:25pm listener james from westwood:

friends of mine are taking their wee one down to ocean city, md this summer. they're quite psyched.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:26pm Doug Schulkind:

@Philo G
Africa Brasil is one of the greatest records evah!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:27pm Philo Gristle:

I share my favorite Neutron Bomb film with Edward Teller.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:27pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Jesse Kaminsky's Kaminsky Kamoutsky begins promptly at 7pm (ET) here on the Drummer Stream. You can get to Jesse's playlist page here:

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Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:28pm kat330:

@LJfW: Yep, I saw Ocean City, too. Just figuring on the shortest drive from BWI to the ocean, but we'll explore all other beach areas in the vicinity.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo 6:06: Oops, missed that comment--what sounded like a Criswell prediction?

And of course Plan 9 rocked! They showed a colorized version, which was new to me. A beautiful display of Ed Wood's combo of poor management and limitless passion for storytelling. The riffs were great--I'm glad I watched that alone earlier, a true masterpiece like that warrants it :)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:29pm glenn:

pleas drop a bomb on the donald. arts.nationalpost.com...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:30pm ndbob:

I found one of Ed Wood's novels online - pretty standard JD novel, with some Wood touches, such as angora sweaters
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:30pm kat330:

@glenn: I think that thing on his head is nuke-proof, unfortunately.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:32pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt "Peace in the world, or the world in pieces" Not really that close since it makes sense, but Criswell could get his alignments lined up every now and when.

And glad you enjoyed it! The Tim Burton biopic was a rare case of a modern film capturing that b-movie mayhem and melancholy in a way that was really wonderful and surprising.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:34pm Matt from Springfield:

And I did learn about the storied history Criswell had "predicting" outside of that movie (his was a celeb cameo, y'know). And that John Breckinridge was another cross-dressing fan known as "Bunny"! Since Ed Wood had friends pretty much like that, I'm glad he cast them in his movies! :)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:35pm glenn:

i found even better hair on somebody yesterday. www.nytimes.com...
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:36pm Doug Schulkind:

Here's your lineup for this live 1962 perf. at Birdland:

Richard Williams (tp), Charles McPherson (as), Booker Ervin (ts), Toshiko Akiyoshi (p), Charles Mingus (b), Dannie Richmond (d)
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:36pm ndbob:

and Dolores Fuller, co-star of "Glen or Glenda" went on to write "Rock-a-Hula Baby" and "Do the Clam" for Elvis
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:36pm Philo Gristle:

I'm a big fan of those loopy characters of yesteryear. They don't make them like they used to.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:38pm kat330:

Mingus, yes!

Bunny and Bonny -- reminding me of "Seven Psychopaths" we saw last night. Waits always with a bunny and a Shiit-zu named "Bonny." Not up to his "In Bruges" level in any sense, but some fun cinematic moments nevertheless.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:38pm Philo Gristle:

@Bob That's right, I forgot about that! And we're full circle back to seafood with "Do the Clam." (One of Those Songs Cramps Taught Me)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:38pm glenn:

yes, but who wrote "no room to rhumba is a sports car", elvis' greatest artistic achievement?
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:39pm kat330:

@glenn: Philo just coined an apt term for your stream of playlist contributions: glinks. :)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:40pm Holly in NC:

Hi Doug & all!
Will we be hearing Faye Adams this evening?
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:41pm Philo Gristle:

@Glenn Nice hat. Remember those pocket books of his! Bryan Cranston will play him in a feature film when he's a few decades older.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:41pm kat330:

Hiya, Holly!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: Just checked their menu -- Grotto's doesn't have seafood as a pizza topping. But, they do sell "half-baked" pizzas, especially for tourists who want to take them home and freeze them. You can add any toppings you want to those, and bake!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:41pm kat330:

Beck? ;)
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:42pm ndbob:

Heya Holly!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Holly!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:44pm Holly in NC:

Hi Kat, ndbob, Matt & everyone else! It is gloriously warm here today, 56 F. t-shirt weather, that & great music makes me so happy :-)
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:45pm glenn:

google will steal the glinks term in 5 4 3 2 1...
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:45pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi Holly!! No Faye (aka "Atomic Adams") tonight. My apologies.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:46pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Thanks! Found their website and looks like they do have some anchovies, but I'll take a pass on that. :) Last good seafood pizza I had was in Helsinki about 14 years ago. Oysters, shrimp and various other delicious treats.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:46pm glenn:

ooh. speaking of french mystery writers, there's a new fred vargas coming out soonish. i can hardly wait.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Anyone else reminded of Terry Jones in his "I'm So Worried" voice with that Al Rogers? ;)
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: I saw a poster for "crab stick" pizza while in Thailand--never ordered that so not sure what that's like. Crab fried rice on the other hand, is available nearby, as mentioned previously.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:49pm kat330:

@Holly: Yeah, we also had a gorgeous day, with tomorrow promising to be even better. [That means a laundry day for me.]
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:49pm Philo Gristle:

@Glenn Haven't read any French mysteries since those two Jean-Patrick Manchette books came out (hardboiled genius). Also really dug a few Leo Malet titles I read decades ago. Don't know Fred Vargas, though. I shall investigate.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:50pm Holly in NC:

@Philo - Whenever possible, hie ye to New Haven CT for the beyond superb clam pizza at Pepe's!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:50pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Sounds positively American: Crab on a Stick!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:51pm Doug Schulkind:

Not playing any H-Bomb Ferguson tonight, folks. Not even "H-Bomb Rock." Can't hit 'em all...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:53pm Philo Gristle:

@Holly Thanks, sounds delicious! Now if we only could get to New England one of these days... would love to see Maine one of these days.
  Tue. 2/5/13 6:53pm pbushmil:

Hell Bomb falls -- but but -- its such a sprightly and happy little tune.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:53pm glenn:

www.mysterybooks.ca...
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: That would be a good sketch about the Maryland State Fair--since crab cakes are a treasured state dish, and state fairs often put stuff on sticks. It would show people paying top $$ for "Crab Cake on a Stick", which of course is too soft and falls off!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:55pm Doug Schulkind:

Greetings pbushmil! Great to see you here.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:56pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:57pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Glenn -- looks right up my alley, though I somewhat lost my ability to read novels since I started working in publishing. Having given that up a couple of years ago, I've put my feet back in ... with babysteps. I'll check the local library.
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks ndbob. Excellent listening!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:57pm Holly in NC:

Thank you, Doug
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:58pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Ha! Perfect!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:58pm Doug Schulkind:

A pleasure most sublime, Holly!
Avatar Tue. 2/5/13 6:58pm annie:

... and seek out "waiting for the light" it's truly worth it
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:58pm kat330:

Fine show, Doug -- 'splosive!

G'night all!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 6:59pm Philo Gristle:

Doug, what everyone else said. I think this'll have to be my second 'starred' show. Great theme, and fantastic selections!
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 7:00pm listener james from westwood:

thanks for the audio essay on atomic tunes! gives me a glow all over.
Avatar    Tue. 2/5/13 7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Disarmed and taken by surprise! Real hot show, Doug, atomic even!
Have a good night everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 2/8/13 2:53pm Van in DC:

Okay, I'm here. Drop the bomb on me! Huzzah!

Snicker at Glenn's 24/7 comment board comment...don't he know some of us drop comments YEARS later...? bwaaa ha ha
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