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Who could resist a novel whose authors make "extensive use of onomatopoeic terms, which they have often invented themselves and that are positioned within the dialogue"?



Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Dokkerman and the Turkeying Fellaz  Plan B   Options Mongoose  0:03:55 ()
Vic Goddard & The Subway Sect  Ambition   Options Twenty Odd Years - The Story of ...  0:06:29 ()
Field Mouse  You Guys Are Gonna Wake Up My Mom   Options You Guys Are Gonna Wake Up My Mom (single)  0:09:22 ()
Future Bible Heroes  Keep Your Children in a Coma   Options Partygoing  0:12:34 ()
 
Jenny O.  Automechanic   Options Automechanic  0:19:29 ()
Gotye vs. Richard Gotainer  Somebody I Used to Décalco   Options Mighty Mike Mashes  0:23:15 ()
Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra  Eve   Options Sun Ra Visits Planet Earth/Interstellar Low Ways  0:26:19 ()
The Golden Chords  Wake Me, Shake Me   Options Introducing the Sweet Chariot  0:31:31 ()
Tony Seymour ("Onword T")  Baby Be Like Vodka   Options Tales from the Black House  0:34:22 ()
 
Neil Young  The Loner   Options Neil Young  0:44:34 ()
Lane Steinberg (as Wall of Orchids)  Give the Devil His Due   Options Wall of Orchids  0:47:55 ()
Melody's Echo Chamber  Be Proud of Your Kids   Options Melody's Echo Chamber  0:52:20 ()
 
JOE FRANK  A CONVERSATION   Options Unfictional series (courtesy KCRW and prx.org)  0:58:36 ()
Dorothy Hindman (composer); Laura Gordy (performer)  Fin de Cycle (for Piano and Digital Media)   Options Tapping the Furnace  1:23:56 ()
 
Brian Dewan  Loathsome Idols   Options The Operating Theater  1:36:43 ()
Dani House  Alien Kidd   Options Have You Seen Dani House?  1:42:06 ()
Queen  Killer Queen (tack piano track)   Options Ebony and Ivory Revisited (Dave Mandl's 2013 premium CD)  1:44:47 ()
Kenny Chesney  No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems   Options No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems  1:47:55 ()
Natalia Lafourcade  Ella es Bonita   Options HU HU HU  1:51:03 ()
Soul Parasol  Massah Johnny   Options Soul Parasol  1:54:09 ()
 
Lester "Roadhog" Moran & The Cadillac Cowboys  The Saturday Morning Radio Show (No. 1)   Options The Complete Lester "Roadhog" Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys  2:02:19 ()
Prism  Hello   Options Clay's Classics V (Clay Pigeon's 2013 premium CD)  2:10:12 ()
Tera Melos  Sunburn   Options X'ed Out  2:12:42 ()
Beck, Bogert, & Appice  Superstition   Options BBA  2:16:18 ()
Jimmy Owens  Charlie Parker Will Be Remembered   Options Peaceful Walking  2:20:46 ()
Django Bates  Hi Lili Hi Lo   Options Quiet Nights  2:28:56 ()
 
The Finches  Nightswimming, AR   Options Human Like a House  2:38:29 ()
Ariel Pink  Pink Slime   Options Mature Themes  2:42:16 ()
Craig Elkins  Crazy Party   Options The Dark Side of the Valley  2:44:31 ()
Monty Python  Treadmill Lager   Options Another Monty Python CD  2:47:39 ()
4" Be 2"  All of the Lads   Options 12" single produced by John Lydon  2:50:11 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:05pm Alison Porchnik:

Rogue Freemasons? I'd learn Italian just to read this!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...reading reading reading...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...is there any book left after the e-mail??...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:07pm Denise in DC:

I can believe it happening in Illinois.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:08pm Alison Porchnik:

I always knew the true seat of American power was somewhere in Illinois. Maybe Joliet.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:09pm Denise in DC:

Maybe if we rearrange the letters of "Moscovia" . . .
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- squeezed like oranges! I smell Pulitzer...& oranges...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:09pm Droll:

. o O ( An attempt has been made... Indeed. )
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:10pm Parq:

" . . . contains scenes of explicit eroticism" -- well why the heck didn't you just say so at the outset?
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:11pm Robert:

Duane's intro to Irwin gave me an idea: a mash-up of Joe Frank with Joe Franklin. Both of them use a lot of pauses, so it should be convenient to interdigitate each other's monologs.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:12pm Irwin:

Author/agent pitch courtesy of listener Laura L.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:12pm Caryn:

"Commissar" of an Illinois town? Rebellion "using computer science"? Hackers "squeezed like oranges"? "Short cyborgs" as a name for anything? The elimination of all descriptive phrases? Dialogue that "continues without pause (I'm assuming with no chapter breaks)? Pseydonym cribbed from either Burroughs or ER? Ooookaaayyyy...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:13pm still b/p:

"hackers wriggle"......mmmmm-mmmm-mmm.
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:15pm Robert:

Lately I've been the unpaid agent of Halton Adler Mann, an old journalist who's now blind, broke, and in a nursing home and with no keyboard, but still wants to get his stuff out there, so I xcribe it (even do a little copy editing) over the phone and e-mail it as submissions.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:16pm Caryn:

@Parq: I think you were supposed to guess that all the orgies and black masses would include the explicit eroticism before they even mentioned it.

Also, does the end of the plot summary mean that in the end, the heroes will be non-rogue Freemasons, who suddenly come out of nowhere to kick rogue Freemason ass and save the hackers?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:17pm Parq:

Dug that Field Mouse track, by the way.
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:18pm Robert:

Since he didn't have a private phone, it was fun the scene around him in the nursing home when Halton dictated his erotica to me. A lot more fun than his op-eds or poetry.
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:18pm berbo:

Why bother publishing? Send the script directly to Nicolas Cage!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:21pm Caryn:

I'm now suspecting that this is not so much a half-Dan Brown, half paranoid cyber thriller book, but the Freemason version of "Battlefield Earth". Let's tell a pulpy action story while hammily trying to lure people in. The whole Freemasons "regain the nobility of intent and action that has distinguished them in their historic and social path over the centuries" thing leads me to think so. If in one of the twists "Ermes the Mentor" turns out to be some major Freemason poobah, I will consider my theory proven correct.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:24pm still b/p:

"We....are....hammily,
I got dizzy fiction in me..."
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:27pm Irwin:

"As absorbing ... as the web"!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:29pm Caryn:

I think the kicker is the "many facts narrated actually happened" bit. Really? Which bits would those be?
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:30pm Droll:

Caryn, The wriggling and orange squeezing. Not necessarily in that order.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:31pm Droll:

Caryn, We can safely assume all the sex scenes are fictional.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:32pm Caryn:

Of course, I don't live in Illinois, so for all I know, it's citizens have been been encouraged to rebel against mysterious cults and rapist/paedophile killer Commissars for years now. BTW, does "paedophile killer" mean he's a paedophile and a killer, or that he kills paedophiles? Enquiring minds want to know.
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:33pm Laura L:

It will be quick and intuitive as it unravels over its 500-page surge! Should I publish it?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:34pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Sure!: It's very interesting - like infocancer - the wrong kind of cells multiplying...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:34pm Droll:

LL, It'll need it's own imprint.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:35pm Caryn:

@Laura: you should quickly and intuitively fight the urge to surge to your local printing press to publish it. It's clearly all part of the Confraternity's plot. Somehow.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:36pm Parq:

Who had the big hit with "Wake Me Shake Me"?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:37pm Irwin:

The Blues Project, produced by Tom Wilson, who also produced the Sweet Chariot series.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:37pm Caryn:

Also, I question calling the book "Hacker's Diary" if it consists only of non-stop dialogue. Surely that goes against the expectation of a diary format put forward by the title?
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:46pm Droll:

I thought e-books and self-publishing were going to make it possible for the authors to skip middle-men like LL and go straight to their fans.
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:47pm mott:

Thank you Irwin for playing Joe Frank episodes!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:48pm Irwin:

Glad to, Mott.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:50pm Caryn:

@Droll: well, sure, but you can't expect this book to get into e-book format very easily, what with those pesky "short cyborgs" interfering with their nefarious hacking saborage?
  Wed. 7/3/13 3:51pm berbo:

That tune was pretty catchy. Is that from the soundtrack to that new Johnny Depp movie?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 3:56pm Irwin:

Melody's backing band: Tame Impala.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 3:58pm Sean D. Daily:

I would read "Hacker's Diary". I would read it SO HARD.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:00pm Dr. Goot:

Boy meets data.
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:01pm Marmalade Kitty:

Good evening!
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:02pm Marmalade Kitty:

Good afternoon!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...there may be explicit eroticism...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:03pm Sean D. Daily:

"I don't want to be combative from the start but DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE."
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:03pm Denise in DC:

Why have I never heard of Joe Frank before?
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:04pm Marmalade Kitty:

Irwin, you resemble a young Tony Benn, (British Labour politician), in your avatar photo
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:04pm Stevel:

Holo-cacasta-affliction!! FTW!!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but we're @ home while he plays scrabble awlright.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:07pm Sean D. Daily:

"I didn't say 'great period of racism". I said, 'totally awesome period of racism'."
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:07pm Webhamster Henry:

This is so Franky.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:07pm Irwin:

"I'm not around when your listeners play Scrabble."
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:08pm Denise in DC:

I just googled the guy and am mortified at my ignorance.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:08pm Parq:

"How the triangles were produced"? Denise, don't feel bad, I did it too.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:08pm Caryn:

Oh, those darn triangles in the desert...
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:11pm Marmalade Kitty:

This is funny!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:11pm rsj:

this guy is great, my favorite old joe frank had this guy...classic! i think this is the same conversation though...
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:12pm Brett:

I love Joe Frank! That balloon pop thing is hilarious.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:13pm Sean D. Daily:

When Interviewers Attack! (dunh dunh DUUUUUNNNNNNH...)
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:13pm jmd:

No, you go on! NO, YOU"RE a ridiculous direction!
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:15pm God:

This has made my day
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:15pm rsj:

definitely the same conversation...the part about when how he holds the rev. swagert's pants while he was doing his thing...holy crap a twilight reference so this is new!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:15pm Parq:

"Outside of the 'Twilight' series"?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:15pm Irwin:

@God: Why haven't you paid your pledge?
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:15pm ?:

this fucking great Im laughing my ass off
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:16pm jan:

Irwin- Is this Joe Frank piece scripted or transcribed? Great work- either way.
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:17pm ?:

Bong hits were never better
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:19pm God:

The check is in the mail
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:19pm Sean D. Daily:

And with the vehicular manslaughter, the interview takes an uncomfortable turn.
  Wed. 7/3/13 4:21pm Joseph:

Oh my gosh, this is hilarious. Thank you Irwin and JOE FRANK!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:21pm ChrisB.:

Think Joe Frank will ever get back together with Hamilton and Reynolds?
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:24pm Stevel:

Redefining "awkward"!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:24pm jmd:

great date tips!
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:24pm Droll:

This Joe Frank episode also makes extensive use of onomatopoeic terms, which they have often invented themselves and that are positioned within the dialogue.

Is this some kind of fad I'm missing out on?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:25pm Lewis:

I love Munster Cheese!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:25pm Roberto:

Dammit, I'm trying to work here! Cut it out!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:25pm Parq:

"Outside of the 'Twilight' series"?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'an improvisation'
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Live listen and live Joe Frank today!
Great piano, very Bethanyesque.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:37pm Caryn:

That was David Cross? Hey, I thought it sounded familiar.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Lee Morgan B-Day Fest!

David Cross has done several voiceovers over the years--didn't realize it was him, but not surprised.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:39pm Matt from Springfield:

BRIAN DEWAN!!!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:39pm Webhamster Henry:

Brian Dewan recently turned 50.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:40pm Irwin:

Celebrated with him @ CR10 in Linlithgo.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:41pm Irwin:

That is NOT an electric git Brian's playing--it's an electric zither he designed and built.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:42pm Irwin:

... played thru a Leslie speaker cabinet, hence the tremolo.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Killer electric zithererist!
HBD, BD!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: THAT analogue sound is what's missing in heavy metal these days!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:47pm Irwin:

(from the 'Diario' pitch:)

"... a black mass of human sacrifice."

RACIST!!!!!
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 4:48pm Droll:

They tacked the piano?!?! How did I miss that the previous zillion listens?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a lotta ☆s inna row - must be a good show...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:50pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: Each playlist is a unique constellation...all the same shape, a straight line. But with a lot better music than the stars at night.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 4:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it's interesting w/iTunes how Compilation-making has changed; the constraint of a 90min. cassette or 80min.CDR is removed (I can make it 8hours for a whole workday) - & one can Shuffle it up - so it's the same songs you chose, but new segues - or just Click the top of the column & exactly reverse the order of your segues...
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:02pm I X Key!:

Deed Runlea there in the schedule is a neat thing about the new summer lineup
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Psychedelic shoegaze to garage to hypnotic noise! I'm SO in!
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:03pm I X Key!:

good morning
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

-miss Blumin, like the Punk...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: Has random shuffling ever given you a great segue, that you didn't think of before but then changed a playlist to work that new segue in?
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Oooooh! Irwin and/or BT used to play these a while back--I gotta Favorite it now so I remember it was "Lester "Roadhog" Moran & The Cadillac Cowboys" who did these skits.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- deffo comes up w/ good segues hadn't that of
- haven't bothered to make any new Playlists in a while...candidly - since getting Net @home my life basically consists of subsistence employment & listening to online streams...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Actually you should take antique wooden nickels, now they're probably worth more than they used to be.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- as a cashier - I gotta ask why we got anything smaller than a quarter anymore.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:17pm fleep:

It's pressure from the March of Dimes lobby.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Former cashier myself!

And yes--in addition to the talk about doing away with pennies, I don't particularly care for nickels either, so only dimes and above, keep it in tenths.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:19pm Droll:

I was turned on to Tera Melos last week... There's recently been a stretch of solid math-pop groups like They're/Their/There, an unexpected surprise.
  Wed. 7/3/13 5:20pm Robert:

The Joe Frank piece had that quality he often does of sucking you in with plausibility, gradually taking you to either the absurd or the incredible. It was hilarious. This is one of those that could be mashed up with Joe Franklin as suggested above. It would be easier using this episode than the one where they were going to turn the Dominican Republic into a ski resort.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- dimes are the worst! Too small both value-wise & ergonomically...altho' nickels are worth even less & are fat & pretentious...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:22pm fleep:

Without dimes you couldn't turn on a dime. How can you nickel and dime someone without nickels and dimes. A quarter for your thoughts? Please.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:23pm Stevel:

Love this take on Superstition.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:24pm spodiodi:

I agree with Fleep.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:25pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

fleep: Exactly - no more nickel & diming!
JFrank: Plays Humor off Profundity - that had Race, Class (/Education), Religion...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & indeed - does it w/ panache.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:29pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - perfect style, anyway...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:35pm fleep:

What a strange arrangement, all the squawks and blurps. Onomatopoeic.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:36pm Matt from Springfield:

I can't believe Irwin got through.
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:37pm spodiodi:

Onamatopopo is big in it lee.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh wow, CC5!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Carmin 'A-Peace'-?? Disabuse me...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Nightswimming, deserves a quiet cover recording.
Nice!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Actually, not a cover, since it has a title but not lyrics of the earlier "Nightswimming"....
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Wooooo! Pink Slime!!!!!
Forget burger + strawberry shake--Pink Slime takes care of both parts!!

This is a Lane Steinberg level of satire. I'm liking it.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

-would it be amusing to get the CommentsBoards up-in-arms debating the relative merits of R.E.M.??...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: I would say that REM indeed had relative merits to them.
Not the best band in the world, but a lot of their stuff is good, and sticks with you.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:50pm Matt from Springfield:

With the great taste of FISH! Oh, sorry!
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:50pm northguineahills:

I dig REM, at least the first decade, but I can still enjoy some of their stuff through the 90s.
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...no Matt - neither over-the-top enthusiasm, nor unreasoned hostility...get w/ the program man...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:52pm davex:

Silly, silly, silly...
  Wed. 7/3/13 5:52pm Listening Out There:

"...frozen peas"... Orson Welles does that one...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Hmmm, too bad they replaced the cool 70s synth music background. That was cool background music.

@RRN63: I guess REM listeners have neither over-the-top enthusiasm, nor unreasoned hostility towards them! ;)
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- right Matt - bad choice on my part...
  Wed. 7/3/13 5:55pm Listening Out There:

...a "frozen peas" recording is on YouTube (rough audio, no moving pictures, though): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V14PfDDwxlE
Avatar Wed. 7/3/13 5:58pm Droll:

In all fairness to Orson, any ad that requires someone to say "crumb-crisp coating" is crap.

Irwin, Thanks for the clue about Brian Dewan, now on my to-get list. Really looking forward to the LM show (especially the Doctor's Pipes from Neptune!)
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Fab show, Irwin! Thanks!
  Wed. 7/3/13 5:58pm Listening Out There:

Happy 4th. Have a blast...
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:59pm fleep:

Thanks, Irwin.
  Wed. 7/3/13 5:59pm Laura L:

Already 6! Arrivederci! Thanks for a fine show and don't let anybody squeeze you like an orange unless it's what actually happened!
Avatar    Wed. 7/3/13 5:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx as ever Irster Sir!
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