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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  Blue Note  0:00:00 ()
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages  Turn Your Damper Down   Options Dig Thy Savage Soul  Bloodshot  0:03:28 ()
Sonny & the Sunsets  The Bad Energy From LA Is Killing Me   Options Hit After Hit  Fat Possum  0:06:38 ()
Angil & the Hiddentracks  Pure Mathematics   Options Angil & the Fucking Hiddentracks (EP)  We Are Unique Records  0:09:29 ()
 
Zladko "Zlad" Vladcik  Elektronik Supersonik   Options Molvania's Greatest H*ts  Molvania Records  0:17:46 ()
The Morning Benders  All Day Day Light   Options Big Echo  Rough Trade US  0:20:16 ()
The Beatles  Tomorrow Never Knows (early version)   Options Anthology 2  EMI  0:23:43 ()
Clifford Brown Sextet  Minor Mood   Options New Star on the Horizon  Emarcy  0:27:09 ()
Duke of Iron  The Music Lesson   Options Muriel's Treasure 2006 Vintage Calypso From Vinyl premium CD  Radiophone Archives  0:31:53 ()
Ghost Train Orchestra  Revolt of the Yes-Men   Options Book of Rhapsodies  Accurate  0:34:24 ()
 
Royston Vasie  All the Little People   Options Tanah Merah  Milk Records  0:41:44 ()
Jackie & the Invaders  Love Again   Options Downbeat the Ruler: Killer Instrumentals From Studio One  Heartbeat / PGD  0:45:28 ()
Frank Cunimondo Trio featuring Lynn Marino  A House is Not a Home   Options Feelin' Good  Sound Hills  0:48:30 ()
Dead Man's Clothes  Rain Falls Outside My Window   Options A Tribute to Dan Knudsen  Dan Knudsen  0:51:55 ()
 
JOE FRANK  THIRD WORLD COUNTRY   Options IN THE DARK (series)  Public Radio Exchange/KCRW  0:59:29 ()
Randall Woolf  He Sets Out in His Boat   Options Where the Wild Things Are  Composers Recordings  1:26:23 ()
The Mess Hall  Tijuana 500   Options For the Birds  Indie Europe/Zoom  1:30:26 ()
James Wolff  Someone Who Will   Options With Brass  James Wolff Music  1:34:05 ()
 
Mike and David  April 1970 WFMU aircheck   Options thanks to Pea Hicks  WFMU  1:43:28 ()
Axil Kollist  World Peace Before 2021   Options YouTube  Axil Kollist  1:46:53 ()
The Womb  Freak Flag Fly   Options Flee the Scene  Alan Driscoll  1:50:40 ()
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages  Oscar Levant   Options Dig Thy Savage Soul  Bloodshot  1:53:52 ()
 
Professor Elemental  Fighting Trousers   Options The Indifference Engine  Tea Sea Records  1:59:54 ()
Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich  The Monster   Options Krupa and Rich  Verve  2:02:50 ()
David Liebe Hart  Richard Dunn is Done   Options DLH & AP Present: David Liebe Hart's Mix Tape  Hart and Hartman Publishing  2:14:03 ()
Macy Gray  Beauty in the World   Options The Sellout  Concord  2:17:21 ()
Crackerboots  Paris Might Not Wait   Options Crackerboots  Crackerboots  2:20:42 ()
 
Duncan Johnson  The Big Architect in the Sky   Options Incorrect Music Favorites  Rigamarole  2:28:28 ()
Kandia Crazy Horse  California   Options California (single)  Bluebilly  2:31:57 ()
Craig Elkins  Mess of My Life   Options Craig Elkins II  Craig Elkins  2:36:45 ()
Jenn Grant  I've Got Your Fire   Options The Beautiful Wild  Ba Da Bing  2:41:07 ()
Radiation City  Foreign Bodies   Options Animals in the Median  Tender Loving Empire  2:44:54 ()
 
Ken DeFeudis  Desperado   Options The Very Best of Ken DeFeudis, Vol. 2  Ken DeFeudis  2:52:42 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:03pm rrg:

About bloody time. You're LATE.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - that really freezes my pickle...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:05pm rrg:

Except for the colors, this doesn't look half-bad.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:05pm rrg:

But maybe I exaggerate.
  Wed. 9/4/13 3:05pm Alison Porchnik:

Who knew that toast used to be issued in 45 rpm format?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I may not have received a lot of guidance & direction in life
- but Mom made sure we had endless liters of off-brand orange soda...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:07pm rrg:

Hey, what's in the pumpkin?

IS it a pumpkin?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:08pm spodiodi:

Now I want a pickle-sickle real bad
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:08pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The pumpkins here aren't ripe yet. Why not a dark green background for unripe pumpkins?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:08pm still b/p:

Mmmmm. I like my toasty hits with good jams.
  Wed. 9/4/13 3:09pm fred:

it is a pumpkin tureen, must be stew!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ Ask Not what Be in thee Sausage ~
~ Oh My Son. ~
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:10pm Irwin:

Photo courtesy A. Porchnik. PS by IC.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:10pm rrg:

Sometimes all a song needs is a good title and nothing else matters.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:11pm Alison Porchnik:

What's in the pumpkin? Why not just embrace the mystery?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:11pm Droll:

Cookie? Bagel Slices? Edible 45s? What's in the rack?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:12pm Alison Porchnik:

Toast. Bagels didn't exist in 1950s cookbooks.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:12pm Sean D. Daily:

Tamale Hero Sandwiches with Beer-Battered 45s and everyone's favorite, Pickle-on-a-Stick.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:13pm rrg:

They look like "bagel chips" to me. But AP is right.

We're both right. Me about what it looks like, she about what it is.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Look @ the effort here !
...Seriously - whata buncha no-count ingrates !
...You're no sons of mine !...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:14pm rrg:

There's NOTHING in the pumpkin. I'm not goin' to some bait-and-switch pumpkin party.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:14pm Droll:

[holding both an edible 45 and pickle-sickle next to each other]
Nothing funny going on here. Stop watching me.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:15pm Alison Porchnik:

The last thing I'd want to encourage is teeny-boppers eating pickles on sticks.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:17pm Sean D. Daily:

But Alison! Everything's better on a stick! Hot dogs? Lobster bisque? Long pig? Molybdenum? Better on a stick!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:17pm still b/p:

Annette Funicello is going to jump out of the pumpkin in a close-fitting sweater, high shorts and mouse ears!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Those sticks are just trying to slip their pickles in that pumpkin...

Hey Irwin and everyone! If we're lucky we'll have molybdenum ice cream on waffle sticks for dessert!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:21pm Sean D. Daily:

Hey, this is downright appetizing compared to some of the food photography here: www.lileks.com...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...you get a cub scout merit badge if you can keep it all down...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:21pm Dominick:

offblast!
  Wed. 9/4/13 3:22pm Shana:

"Prepare for down count!"
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:22pm Detroit Mac:

Haven't heard this one in a long time. Thanks Irwin!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:23pm Sean D. Daily:

I would pay some serious money to hear Zlad Vladcik sing "Rocket Man".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:23pm still b/p:

Zladco has it "the stuff right."
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:24pm Caryn:

I'm just enjoying my introduction to the term "pickle-sickle". Now if only I could work that into a conversation... but there's no way I'm putting pickles on sticks. All the inner juices would ooze out!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:24pm Roberto:

Zladko still bring face to smile.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:24pm Droll:

We just lost both the culture wars and the space race to the USSR in 3:30.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice set of pics Sean! Not "This Is Why You're Fat" so much as "This Is Why Subsequent Generations Completely Switched Their Diets Away From Here".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Matt: ☝.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:30pm glenn:

zlad was an australian guy, if memory serves.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey there RevRabbit!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...By which I mean:
>Word.<
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:31pm glenn:

say caryn, want to go for a pickle sickle after irwin's show?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:35pm rrg:

I heard that Brooklyn pickle-sickles are the best.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Wi-errrd, RR!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:35pm still b/p:

I'm going on Crowdfunder.com with a golden product proposal: Don Rickles and Travis Bickle's Nickel Pickle Sickles.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:37pm Caryn:

@glenn: as long as over the course of the evening, I find out what's in the pumpkin tureen. And what the heck those long things on the tamale sandwiches are.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:37pm Sean D. Daily:

Thanks, Matt!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:38pm spodiodi:

those are halved tamlales on the sammiches
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:38pm spodiodi:

Tureen: whatever brew is in the mugs?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:38pm Matt from Springfield:

How do the pickles get around? On bisickles??
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:39pm spodiodi:

something that goes well with lemon
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:39pm glenn:

and why hasn't the ice cream [lt looks like maple walnut to me] melted into oblivion?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:39pm Caryn:

@spodiodi: well, duh on the sandwiches. I guess their visual similarity to halved bones with the marrow in them distracted me from simple logic.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:40pm glenn:

irwin, do you have any bix beiderbecke cued up?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:41pm Caryn:

I think the mugs may have a warm cider and lemon wedges in them, which means the contents of the tureen are still a mystery.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:42pm Caryn:

Of course, the fact that I've never had a tamale may have made me draw a blank while looking at the sandwiches.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:42pm spodiodi:

The tureen is the spiked cider's mother-ship! One more ladle, please...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:43pm Jelly Jim:

Liking the sounds, dig The Ghost Train Orchestra.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...corn tamales - okay Mom - nostalgic for those...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:44pm spodiodi:

Tamales are delicious. Those are some skinny tamales, however. Look more like big taquitos, imho.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: It's probably closer to wax candle in composition, than a real ice cream cone!

Also: DON'T taunt us with your Canuck-only foodstuffs (maple donuts as well)! Man, now I want some All-Dressed chips and Coffee Crisps!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:45pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- prob. the tamales we had - out of a can, individually wrapped in paper...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:45pm Carmichael:

Pickles and ice cream indicate a post-pregnancy party. Don't know about the tamales, however.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:45pm Andrew Waterloo:

I've only eaten the red candy tamalies
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:46pm Irwin:

glenn: no bix planned today, tho I could be encouraged to look for some.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:46pm Sean D. Daily:

Tamale Heroes. So, sandwich in a... sandwich. Sign me up!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:47pm Alison Porchnik:

While you're at it, how about something holiday-themed? You know, from your extensive trove of incorrect High Holy Day tunes?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...suburban Moms are always preggers...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:52pm Caryn:

Dammit, now glenn's comment has me craving the organic maple walnut ice cream you can get on the west coast...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:52pm still b/p:

My suburban mum - 16 full-term pregnancies.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:52pm Jelly Jim:

Gherkins !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:54pm glenn:

alison's kitty looks very cute.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:56pm Irwin:

@AP: there are incorrect nuggets in the tote, but alas none holiday-related. Altho that depends on your def of "holiday."
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:56pm spodiodi:

In San Francisco, there's a lady who lugs a cooler of hot home-made tamales around to bars in the Mission. Really good stuff. Really admirable woman too. Think maybe it began as a way to make money to help her son in some capacity. Last I heard, she's going for a brick-and-mortar type shop (after at least 16 years of hitting the bars with the big cooler in tow.) www.youtube.com... VIVA TAMALE LADY!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...great expression - like the cat in Get Fuzzy!
...I like her black shorthair ! :
www.wfmu.org...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 3:57pm Jelly Jim:

@Glenn. Don't tempt me. Gherkins !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:00pm spodiodi:

(That link is best clicked after Irwin's show, apologies.)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - I'll bet *them* are *tamales*...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:01pm glenn:

george knudson's dad?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:03pm spodiodi:

Those are definitely taquitos.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:04pm Alison Porchnik:

That black short hair is Irwin's cat.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:05pm spodiodi:

The pickle sticks almost look like straws. Mmm. Ladysmith? w00t
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- congrats on that kitty Irwin!
- AP: Your fuzzy looks like it's got real personality!
:-)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:08pm spodiodi:

Okay, maybe they are just really skinny-walled tamales...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...they do look like those things we got in cans. You had to unwrap them carefully. Greasy buggers...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:10pm fleep:

Some prefer their pickle sickles frozen: www.washingtonpost.com...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:11pm spodiodi:

Looks like they used sloppy joe filling. Greasy canned tamales make me sad.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- you got it.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:12pm Caryn:

@fleep: I was going to mention deep-fried pickles on sticks, but then I noted that your link mentions those as a side note.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Hmm, proper pickle-sicles, it seems.

"A Pickle Sickle rep in Southern California is trying to sell the product to assisted-living communities. "We have a weird demographic," Howard says. "It's either kids or people 50 and above." And pregnant women, naturally. (Pickles and ice cream. Think about it.)"
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:13pm Sean D. Daily:

Joe Frank kind of sounds like Rorschach from "Watchmen".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:14pm fleep:

Also, the sandwiches use those canned tamales: amyalessio.com...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:15pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Well... Everything looks pretty good to be. But I haven't eaten since this early this morning!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:15pm spodiodi:

One could totally hollow-out a fat column in the pickle and stuff it with Maple Walnut iced creame. (Stick would need work or relocation.)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:15pm Alison Porchnik:

RR63 - "Personality" is an understatement, in both cases.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:17pm fleep:

Coney-Yack!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@spodiodi: Though that would incorporate salty, acidic, sweet and milky all in one--good suggestion. Let's try!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Caryn: organic maple ice cream on the West Coast? Pre-packaged, or only at a certain shop?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:19pm Droll:

I had no idea tamales came in a can. Of course the best hero sandwiches are canned, so I see why they would go together.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:19pm Tome:

tunderbird ,,,,,
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Every good man gets a little hard luck sometimes.'
__ Woody Guthrie

- Hey Joe - try working a thrift store in smalltown NorthNewEngland.
...I've been homeless - in SoCali. too - & I still have those uncharitable thots...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@Kevin: Feelin' hungry? Click on Sean's link @3:21--that'll fix ya! ;)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Droll: The fine point on it is - depends on yer defynition of 'tamale'...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:22pm Sean D. Daily:

@Kevin: Do eet... you want to do eet... you know you do... geeve in to the temptation...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:23pm Caryn:

@Matt: the west coast of Finland. It's pre-packaged and only sold at some shops and cafes. There's a Swedish company that has a big range of organic ice creams, and the maple walnut is definitely my fave (relatives prefer the lemon). Since the west coast is closest to Sweden and has a big Swedish-speaking population, it's the only region where you can get them in Finland. Alas.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:23pm Alison Porchnik:

Don't be so quick to turn your nose at pickle-cicles. Many Mexican bodegas sell spicy cucumber-chili popsicles that are way beyond delicious. And Otto in NYC makes olive oil gelato that is incredible.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

AP: Skooled !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:24pm Sean D. Daily:

"Pile of dead babies." That's pretty much all I need to hear about India.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:25pm Caryn:

@Matt: they also have more adventurous flavours incorporating chili and cactus.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:25pm rrg:

Just stay away from that asparagus ice cream.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:26pm Carmichael:

OK, just back from hearing the Syria hearing. Brings the term "hot air" to life. Or maybe "dead air".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:27pm Caryn:

@AP: olive oil ice cream can be excellent. As can garlic ice cream.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:27pm Sean D. Daily:

"Fellatio section of the beach." That's pretty much all I need to hear about India.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Swedish ice creams, sounds interesting. I've heard Euro ice creams can be hit or miss, but those sound pretty good.

@rrg: But only your bathroom will know for sure!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:29pm Matt from Springfield:

@AP: I've heard olive oil gelato is a new foodie "thing"--does that taste good? More like a creamy, or a virgin olive oil taste?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:30pm Sean D. Daily:

Visit India, land of enchantment! Come for the piles of dead babies, stay for the fellatio section of the beach!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:31pm fleep:

@Carmichael I was on heaphones was watching Kerry talk while the dentist put a temp cap on a broken tooth. Helped with the numbing.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- ah - Joe makes his exposition & quits. Not a lot of surrealism this week...
...One does tend to hear a trip to India changes the perspective & fast...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@Sean: So, how's the travel guide business going?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:33pm Alison Porchnik:

Matt, it's very rich, and sort of like a herbacious vanilla. Wonderful with bits of Maldon salt and little drops of olive oil on top. Haven't had it for years. Lactose intolerance limits me to goat and sheep milk ice cream now. But this matter has been covered in the past on the comments board...
  Wed. 9/4/13 4:33pm tom:

i think the pumpkin is not a tureen. its a commode.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@fleep: Ahhh, yes! Kerry is a wonder drug, he's the greatest thing since the invention of ether!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:33pm fleep:

The typos? I blame the painkiller.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- wouldn't a Congressional Hearing do that (numb) no matter the topic @ hand?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks AP! And salt too, that does sound like an interesting taste and texture!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:34pm fleep:

@RRN Yes. CSPAN is the strongest sleep aid you can buy without a prescription,
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:35pm Sean D. Daily:

@Matt: It's coming great! On that subject, do you have a snappy rhyme for "genocide" or "war atrocities"?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:35pm Caryn:

@Matt & AP: another good thing about ice creams here: because of the high rates of lactose intolerance, there are extensive ranges of low-lactose and no-lactose ice creams. My lactose intolerant father prefers the mint and pear ice cream sandwiches or the forest fruit cones.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Yum, pear is great as a sorbet, so that's a good flavor for a low lactose variety!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Sean: "With the velocity of atrocities, see the brighter side - of genocide! Darfur!"
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:39pm Alison Porchnik:

Caryn, I would move to wherever you live just for the ice cream.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:40pm Caryn:

@Matt: well, of course there are sorbets too, but I mean full-on cow's milk ice creams, just with the lactose removed. The low- and no-lactose dairy product lines have been going strong since the early/mid 80s. Pretty much any dairy product you may need, you can get without lactose.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...honestly - I am divided on this. I do not like Assad. Anyone who smugly clings to power & claims to represent a people while actually torturing them & committing asymmetrical war on them instead like that ought to go. It ought to mean something that you can't use gas & such on Civilians.
...Yes - I am wary of American Imperialism & long-term Foreign Policy (or lack of, what-have-you) - & getting involved in other's Civil Wars (we had a nasty one ourselves) - & all of that stuff...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:40pm Sean D. Daily:

@Caryn: Do you have a brand name for that no-lactose ice cream? I have a friend who would love you forever if you did.

@Matt: GENIUS
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:41pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

I cuss, you cuss, we all cuss for asparagus...ice cream?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I always thot Carrot-Ginger-Ginseng ice cream would be really good; you could put honey in there & stuff...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:44pm Jelly Jim:

Brussel sprout ice cream ?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- 1972 ?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

April 1970 - sorry !!
...month the Beatles officially split.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:47pm Irwin:

1970 - earlier they refer to "last year's Woodstock festival"
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:48pm glenn:

woodstock pah. drty, drunken, free lovin' acid smokin' hipsters.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:48pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

total college kid trying a radio voice
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:48pm Matt from Springfield:

The salad bar of ice creams - asparagus, Brussels sprout, carrot-ginger-ginseng (of course a *Rabbit* would like that! ;)

@Caryn: That's pretty good to just remove lactose out of milk like a filter - we need more of that in the US, fer sure.
  Wed. 9/4/13 4:49pm Robert:

I'd give this at least a fair chance of having been a hoax at some level. Good one, though, if it is.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:50pm Matt from Springfield:

@Sean: 0;)
@glenn: Free love? Too expensive.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:50pm Droll:

I'm getting a contact high from listening to these jokers. Astonishing how little things have changed, hardly sounds like a 40-year old aircheck.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Woodstock - mud & not nearly enuff toilets. Not even an ATM, yerknow ??
...& TheWh♂ (Townshend: What did it change? It changed me - I hated it!)...& Hendrix providing possibly Rock's Everest moment...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:51pm glenn:

this is like the troy hess of 2013.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:54pm fleep:

Good luck with that, kid. Ain't happened yet, ain't gonna happen.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:54pm Sean D. Daily:

2021? That's an oddly specific deadline. So we can kill and rape and pillage for seven years as long as we clean the place up by then?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:55pm Irwin:

@Sean: yer hittin' on all cylinders today.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:55pm Andrew Waterloo:

I think that's when the singer turns 18
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...*My* 'Woodstock Story' @ 7:57 :
www.wfmu.org...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:55pm Carmichael:

Axil rocks. And may I say Senator, that while I agree with everything you've stated, my level of agreement is higher than I could state, and possibly higher than could exist. And I thank you for your service to this great country of ours, which I'm sure you'll agree, is the best country that a country could possibly ever be.
  Wed. 9/4/13 4:56pm Tony:

No you twat.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:56pm Irwin:

Axil's family is posting a series of vids of him singing the song as he "matures." There are quite a few. I think he's 12 or 13 now.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:56pm Caryn:

@Sean: pretty much all the ice cream companies here have some:
-Pingviini and Valio (owned by Nestle) have their "chocolate cloud", chocolate, taffee-caramel, strawberry. pear and vanilla, raspberry-blueberry, liquorice, rum raisin, raspberry, mint, and garden fruits flavours
-Pirkka has their liquorice and nougat-hazelnut-almond flavours
-Aino has their raspberry-blackcurrant
-Ingman has their caramel-chocolate, pear, vanilla, neapolitan, and vanilla-strawberry
-Kotijäätelö has their blueberry flavour and vanilla ice cream sandwiches
And this is just the cow's milk ones. Sorbets, and oat- and tofu-based ice creams would take even longer.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 4:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(...the topic was 'embarrassment'...)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:00pm Jelly Jim:

ever had Horchata in spain? its a drink made from Tiger Nuts or "Chufa", thaat would make a really nice lactos free ice cream.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:01pm Sean D. Daily:

Thank you, Caryn!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:02pm Ike:

What an aircheck!

Caryn, you may not have Korean food near you, but at least you have lots of flavors of lactose-free ice cream. In the U.S., we have really good chocolate-cherry soy cream and excellent strawberry and chocolate coconut milk cream at Trader Joe's. Those are just about the only reasonably-priced ones. Everything else costs 13 arms and 18 legs, and there are few flavors, and not much L-F cow's milk.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

www.taoistic.com... :

31 Victory Is Cause for Grief
Weapons are ominous tools.
They are abhorred by all creatures.

Anyone who follows the Way shuns them.


In peaceful times, the noble ruler honors the left side.

At war, he honors the right side.


Weapons are ominous tools.

They are not the noble ruler's tools.

He only uses them when he can't avoid it.

Peace and quiet are preferred.

Victory should not be praised.

Those who praise victory relish manslaughter.

Those who relish manslaughter

Cannot reach their goals in the world.


At times of joy, the left side is honored.

At times of grief, the right side is honored.

At battle, the second in command stands to the left,

And the commander in chief to the right.

This means they stand as in funerals.


When many people are killed

They should be mourned and lamented.

Those who are victorious in war

Should follow the rites of funerals.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:02pm Droll:

Apparently the Kollists are serious about world peace, if not music: www.worldpeacebefore2021.com
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:03pm still b/p:

I wish they'd written better lines for Oscar Levant in his pictures when he was supposed to be the wry acerbic guy.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:03pm Sean D. Daily:

Thanks, Irwin.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:03pm Caryn:

@Sean: some of those are low-lactose (it says either "hyla" or "vähälaktoosinen" on the packet), most are no-lactose (it says "laktoositon" on the packet).
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:03pm glenn:

roasted marshmallow ice cream. that is all.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:04pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

horchatas are delicious. another version in latin america is made from rice milk and stuff. bet it would be good frozen. frozen grapes are also really good. Like a natural popsicle ball.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:04pm glenn:

i wonder if the kollists know ron artest.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:04pm rrg:

Greg's. Right. My favorite ice cream in the world.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:05pm Ike:

My understanding is that Latin American horchata contains real milk with real gut-churning lactose. I had no idea there was any other kind.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:05pm Jelly Jim:

This is more like it, English Rap !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

JellyJim: Is that different from Mexi(Cali) Horchata (rice milk w/ cinnamon & -??- & lotsa sugar) ?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:06pm glenn:

absolutely, rrg. it's mine too. it's not just the flavour. it has that amazing texture in the mouth.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:07pm Sean D. Daily:

@Ike: Didn't know there was no-lactose ice cream at Trader Joe's (I shoulda thought of that...). Thanks!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:07pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

yeah I think the kind from Mexico doesn't have dairy at all. But who knows. Things like this are like anarchy.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:07pm Caryn:

@Ike: yeah, I guess every region has their pros and cons. The US and UK have more variety in international cuisine and candy (for example, here we get 2 types of M&Ms, you get 6), we have lots of variety for food allergies.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:08pm Carmichael:

We've cornered the market on pizza, too. And maybe Korean food, at least outside of Korea.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:09pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

I like the slightly fermented drinks made from whey you find in parts of S. America.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:09pm Ike:

@Sean, yeah, the soy milk and coconut milk IC options are great there, but not much variety. Also not sure if they have L-F of cow's milk IC.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:09pm Sean D. Daily:

It's LACTOSE! Helps churn guts 12 ways!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:09pm Droll:

Enough foodie talk -- this Krupa/Rich duet is what's cookin'. Tempo breakneck!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:09pm rrg:

I knew Greg when he just started the place. He was successful so quickly that within six months he was very well off indeed. And all from one store. STILL only one store.

There's some place in Prince Edward County (my brother has a house there) that sells a "Campfire Marshmallow" flavor that's okay, but I still much prefer Greg's roasted marshmallow.
  Wed. 9/4/13 5:10pm Tony:

Play Sexton Mings picture disc. He needs to shift some units
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:11pm Mike East:

talenti makes the best ice cream. And it comes in conveniently reusable plastic containers with screwtop lids. Perfect for storing pickles.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:11pm Jelly Jim:

Yes Rev Rabbit, its made from the chufa nut which is not really a nut but a tuber, it grows on the root of the plant. It grows mainly around the Valencia region. It is sweet, tasty and refreshing.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Krupa *&* Rich
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:12pm Carmichael:

I didn't know these 2 guys played together. I figured Rich would want to kick Krupa's ass for horning in on his intellectual property.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:12pm glenn:

slickers in bloomfield.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:13pm Caryn:

Some of my brother's Argentinian friends moved over here and opened up an Argentinian ice cream shop. Fabulous. They then became a small chain, and now they have their own range of Argentinian ice creams in the shops. The citrus fruits flavour is awesome, as is the bubblegum.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:13pm rrg:

In other news, Twitter is broken.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:13pm glenn:

delight here in the junction makes some great ice cream.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Krupa would be earlier than Rich ??
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:14pm Caryn:

I actually have 2 tubs of ice cream in the freezer, and this conversation is not helping me not eat them.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:15pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Jelly Jim: makes sense now that the latino world would find a way to mimic what some might remember from Spain or something like that. Lots of foods and drinks we have are from people lacking the actual ingredients from a homeland and coming up with alternatives. Like chickory for coffee
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Krupa was smashing drums (...the heads @ least) a long time before The Wh♂ !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:15pm Carmichael:

And by "the freezer", you mean "in Finland." :)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:16pm rrg:

"Magic Swirtle" is also a pretty good ice cream. Just thought I'd mention it.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:17pm Caryn:

@Carmichael: if it was winter, that would be correct. Back when I was a student and didn't even have the tiny freezer compartment I have now, if I bought anything that needed freezing, I'd just put it on the balcony and cover it with snow. Worked like a charm. This time of year though? Nah.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:17pm rrg:

All this discussion was derived from a picture taken from a 1950s recipe book. Irwin knew exactly what he was doing.
  Wed. 9/4/13 5:18pm Laura L:

@rrg--not just Twitter that's broken. My landline is broken. Verizon says it will be out until the 14th. Apparently Verizon keeps calling my nonfunctioning phone number to leave a message to say that my nonfunctioning phone will be functioning again after the 14th.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:18pm Ike:

There's a place called Cremas in Union City, NJ, with lucuma ice cream. Never even heard of lucuma before. It's very good, but not lactose-free. Some of their other flavors are pretty bland though.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:18pm Droll:

rrg, I think the 1970's WFMU DJ's were eating lots of "Magic Swirlie".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:18pm Caryn:

@rrg: Irwin prefers food porn discussions, as opposed to Ken, who prefers "Porn for the Blind".
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...don't know this roasty mallow you cityfolk speak of
- but I like GreenTea IceCream...
- when I say Carrot IceCream - I mean it would be from CarrotJuice - orange & sweet & full of Vit.A throughout...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:20pm Jelly Jim:

GMM Mark, Yea I think you're right, it's like we have Marmite east extract in the UK so in Austrailia they have a simalar product they call Vegimite. Now they swear Vegimite is better when everyone knows Marmite is far superior.
  Wed. 9/4/13 5:21pm Nick the Bard:

Richard Dunn was one of the few good things about T&EAWSGJ!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:21pm rrg:

Twitter is back.

Probably not your landline, though, LL. Sorry.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:22pm rrg:

But is it REALLY Nick the Bard? How can we know if he doesn't log in?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:22pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I am the rare Yank that loves Marmite! Lotsa bitter Vit.B (hangover people). Seems to me Vegimite is thicker & a bit different - yeah...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:23pm fleep:

Make him do a mic break, we'll know right away.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:23pm Caryn:

After Jelly Jim's comment, decided to do a quick google search, and lo and behold, there are a bunch of different Marmite ice cream recipes online. As well as Marmite chocolate sauce and Marmite syrup.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:23pm Jelly Jim:

sorry YEAST extract
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- erm - not quite up for Marmite dessert, however...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:25pm Jelly Jim:

I have tried Marmite chocolate, it was..er...interesting.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:26pm Sean D. Daily:

@Nick the Bard: T&EAWSGJ is awesome!... in whatever parallel universe it came from. But in this universe? Hell no.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:26pm Caryn:

@RRN63: that's pretty much the reaction I had when I found out someone had written a cookbook dedicated to mämmi recipes (including everything from pastas and ice creams). FYI, mämmi is: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:27pm glenn:

i have no opinion re; marmite vs. vegemite, but the australians invented tim tams, and for this they must be saluted.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:27pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Yup, Rev Rab and Jelly Jim-I like both but marmite I prefer. But from what I posted earlier, what would make Australians make it differently? It would seem they would have the same ingredients available in that new land. Maybe it was the memory of it and they did not know the exact recipe then came up with their own?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:29pm Jelly Jim:

yep, secret recipe
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- vegemite is prob. more affordable & more mass-produced ? (than marmite)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:31pm Caryn:

@glenn: the tim tam indeed deserves a salute. Any preference as to flavour? The original basic chocolate? The caramel version? But I think whoever came up with the tim tam straw technique deserves not just a salute, but a hug.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:31pm rrg:

You don't HAVE to read to us what's coming up tonight on WFMU. It's not necessary.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:32pm Jelly Jim:

I know not of this ..Tim Tam you speak of !
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:33pm Denise in DC:

"Incorrect Music Favorites"? I want a copy.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:33pm rrg:

I'm not looking it up.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:33pm Caryn:

@JJ: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:34pm fleep:

Convergence: Tim Tam Ice Cream eatstuff.blogspot.com...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:34pm Jelly Jim:

Who is he talking about ?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:34pm rrg:

I'M NOT LOOKING IT UP!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:34pm Sean D. Daily:

I quote htat eminent theologist Robin Willams: "Do you think God gets stoned? Look at a platypus. I think so."
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:35pm Droll:

JJ, It's a musical tribute to the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Irwin Will there be a prize for the closest guess to the actual number of "Pigs" next week?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:36pm Caryn:

I can't believe there were alcoholic tim tams... damn.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:36pm Irwin:

@droll: I like the contest idea. Winner gets time-transported back to East Orange in 1970. Done entirely with mind-altering chemicals.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:37pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

How did Nuttella come about? I heard that it might be one of the foods suited best for the folks going to the one way Mars trip.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:37pm glenn:

tim tam ice cream? *swoooooooooooooonn*
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:39pm Caryn:

What I wouldn't give to be able to do a tim tam slam with my evening tea... But I don't know if I'd like the ice cream. I do miss the banoffee ice cream I could get in the UK.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:40pm glenn:

i read about tim tams in a lisa litz book. my g.f. tweeted something about them. a week later, a package of tim tams arrived from australia.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:40pm Caryn:

I just glanced up and saw Bill Murray dressed like Liberace, hammering at the floor with a pickaxe. Hmm...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:40pm glenn:

sorry. lisa lutz.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:42pm Jelly Jim:

Tim Tams checked it out, cheers Caryn. Based on Penguins but better aparrently.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:43pm Carmichael:

This dude's a real downer.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:44pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

I remember one time I was giving a food workshop for teen and young moms on welfare. I was teaching how people can make smoothies from anything you have around, especially fruit that will go bad if not eaten. Most of them were chain smokers and wanted a ciggy break. I told them that you can even make a cigarette smoothie, throw them in the blender
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:45pm rrg:

I don't mind hearing this again.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I've Made a Mess of this Smoothie.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:47pm Jelly Jim:

Cigarette ice cream !!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

( - noble work GMM.)
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:47pm Caryn:

If tim tams are still available in the US from October to March, that means all those whose interests have been piqued only have to wait a month to get some. Well, I suppose some small markets might import them from Australia the rest of the time...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:48pm rrg:

Still not looking it up.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...nic-patches were no good - now there's electric cigarettes - nicotine smoothie...still better than bath-tub meth...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:49pm glenn:

you know you want to.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:49pm Caryn:

@rrg: that's right, stick to your guns!
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:55pm Carmichael:

Just look up Tim, without the Tam. Go ahead, you know you want to ...
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:56pm Droll:

Thanks for the menu suggestions. I'm looking forward The Rant Against The Man And His Pig System by the smelly hippies, but I still don't think it ended in 1970 -- have you ever heard Clay Pigeon's show?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:56pm Denise in DC:

When I realized that Ken DeFeudis was coming up, I cranked up the volume.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:57pm rrg:

Well, that's another well-spent three hours of my life that I'll never get back but I'm FINE with that. If I weren't, I wouldn't be here.

I still don't know what a tim tam is and neither do you. Not really.

Thanks, Irwin. Bye, all. For now.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:58pm Sean D. Daily:

@Caryn, Ike: Thanks for the no-lactose ice-creams. I'll copy them off the playlist once I get home.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:58pm Denise in DC:

The "Very *Best* of Ken DeFeudis"?
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 5:58pm spodiodi:

Irwin, thank you for another installment of the best 2 hours of the week. Commenteurs, be well.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

GREAT finish, Irwin! Well done, ol' chap.
I won't go now. OK, now.
Avatar Wed. 9/4/13 6:02pm Caryn:

Bye, everybody! Well, those not continuing on to the 7SD board.
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