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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Faust  Track 1   Options ReR USA 2004 Sampler  ReR    0:00:00 ()
Can  Half Past One   Options Landed  Spoon    0:04:29 ()
Ghost  Guru in the Echo   Options Ghost  PSFD  *   0:09:25 ()
Mohammed  Neporiniai Kakaowa   Options Spiriti  Antifrost  *   0:14:12 ()
Biota  Walk Aside   Options ReR Quarterly Volume 4  ReR    0:18:02 ()
5uu's  The Birth of Compromisation   Options ReR Quarterly Volume 1  ReR    0:21:51 ()
David Thomas and the Accordion Club  Egg & I   Options ReR Quarterly Volume 2  ReR    0:26:19 ()
Califone  Chinese Actor   Options Roots and Crowns  Thrill Jockey    0:27:52 ()
Brian Woodburys Variety Orchestra  Shenandoah/Innsbruck   Options ReR Quarterly Volume 4 Number 2  ReR    0:32:13 ()
Cave  Shikaakwa   Options Threace  Drag City  *   0:39:30 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      0:43:00 ()
Chrome  Sound and Light   Options Half Machine from the Sun  King of Spades  *   0:53:46 ()
Love at a Psychedelic Velocity  Optical Sound   Options Love at a Psychedelic Velocity  Mississippi  *   0:58:31 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      1:02:53 ()
Psapp  Everything Belongs to the Sun   Options What makes Us Grow  The State 51 Conspiracy  *   1:07:26 ()
Orchis  Innocence   Options Audio Odditions 2  Influx Communication    1:10:30 ()
Tulipomania  Hold On   Options Wire Tapper 33  The Wire    1:14:53 ()
Blam Blam Blam  There's No Depression in New Zealand   Options it's Bigger Than Both of Us: NZ Singles 1979-82  Huh/FM  *   1:19:57 ()
Nicky Romance  Black Panther   Options Neighbors Noise: Kaminsky Kamoutsky 2013 Premium  None  *   1:22:11 ()
Potty mouth  The Better End   Options Hell Bent  Old Flame/Marshall Teller  *   1:24:40 ()
Liars  Housecloude   Options Liars  Mute    1:29:32 ()
Lace Curtain  Running   Options Fallin/Running EP  Mexican Summer    1:33:53 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      1:36:34 ()
Ultra Bide  Look You Up   Options DNA vs DNA-c  Alternative Tentacles  *   1:40:06 ()
The Blind Shake  555 Fade   Options Key to a False Door  Castle face  *   1:45:40 ()
Melt Banana  Zero   Options Fetch  A-Zap  *   1:49:07 ()
King Khan and the Shrines  Pray for Lil   Options Idle No More  Merge  *   1:51:54 ()
Harry Nilsson/Eric Idle  Harry   Options Flash Harry  Varese Sarabande  *   1:55:32 ()
Flamin Groovies  City Lights   Options Teenage Head  Buddha    1:57:38 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  Organs in Orbit      2:01:58 ()
Sparks  Excerpts from The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman   Options Two Heads One Mouth  Lil Beethoven  *   2:12:57 ()
Kelley Stoltz  Storms   Options Double Exposure  Third Man  *   2:17:27 ()
Mekons  Blue Arse   Options Curse of the Mekons  Blast First    2:21:57 ()
Sir Douglas Quintet  She's About a Mover   Options Nuevo Wave Live  Fuel  *   2:23:56 ()
The Electric Peanut Butter Co  The Devil   Options Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol.2  Ubiquity  *   2:28:24 ()
I Ludicrous  We're the Support Band   Options 20 years in Show Business  Castle  *   2:31:40 ()
Sonic Youth  Drunken Butterfly   Options Dirty  Geffen    2:34:26 ()
    Organs in Orbit      2:38:31 ()
Nico  Facing the Wind   Options Ebony and Ivory revisited  None  *   2:44:02 ()
Rick McClellan  Frozen Sunshine   Options Le Beat Bespoke  Circle    2:48:57 ()
Rita Lee  Eu Vou Me Salvar   Options Build Up  Polygram    2:53:05 ()
Fairfield Ski  Time Is Fast Approaching/Goodnight   Options Fairfield Ski  Guerssen  *   2:53:43 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:05am w41:

Whazzup Bill & fellow listeners!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:07am Bill Mac:

Dubbuhyew!!! How we doing this morning?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:07am Looms:

whaaazzuuuup!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:08am Jay/London:

Sunny good Morning Bill coffee Zzzzzzero Hour
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:08am Andy in Berlin:

Good morning Bill and everybody! Hey I scored the strudel this week!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:08am KP:

morning! Was just telling martha i just got in from a geeg and still a little pumped up.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:09am KP:

Great start here.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:09am w41:

Well, it's a lonely post-birthday weekend w/ all celebrations moved to the next one... Coffee/first snow/academical work/no more booze!!! (till next weekend)
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:10am mauri:

KaBang!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:10am Bill Mac:

Aaaaargh!!!! Playin' KP?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:11am Jay/London:

@ w41 I know just how you feel my birthday was last week too
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:12am w41:

Congrats! Did the celebration go well?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:12am Bill Mac:

Morning all, seems we're in sync for the moment. Sorry to here all the partying and various supplements needed for entertainment are stalled til next week W41. Latch on to some friends to tide you over. No worries guys, there's always another bday round the corner.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:13am Bill Mac:

Kebang & whazzup - WHAZZUP!!! No strudel for me, a quick nanner and some pretzels til sun up...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:15am Jay/London:

yeah went very well ended up having a sing song into the early hours
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:18am w41:

No Bill, it's only for the best -- people will have more time to think and give me more cool presents! :)
@Jay that's going to have to be at some friend's house -- my neighbours take seconds to call the cops at the sounds of saxophone at 5 am
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:20am Bill Mac:

@Jay That's the way to do it, neighbors willing.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:20am Jay/London:

@w41 its was at my place just a guitar and a lot of singing sometimes to a backing track
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:22am Jay/London:

my did we make a lot of noise
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:23am KP:

Yes. just a LI bar but it was fun
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:25am Jay/London:

I like to see a band in a small place KP :)
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:27am Bill Mac:

Was it King Penguin playing Pretties, or a variety of the Fruts de Mer material?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:31am Andy in Berlin:

@Bill - Pretzels Till Sunup should be the title of your autobiography. Knocking it out of the park so far today by the way.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:35am Bill Mac:

Thanks Andy - I actually have two working titles (ok, now three) for my autobiography - 'contemplating baldness & acne' is one, and 'between the big dipper and mars' is the other. I may have to reconsider though.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:37am mauri:

voih zits and stars I'm going bald in mars
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:40am Looms:

The Big Dipper is named "La Grande Ourse" (the big female bear) in France; please don't ask...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:41am Andy in Berlin:

Contemplating Baldness and Acne sounds too much like a young adult novel. I like Between The Big Dipper and Mars. It sort of makes sense till you actually think about it.:)
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:41am w41:

well maybe because the constellation is called Ursala Major or something like that
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:42am mauri:

yah part of the big bear in finnish.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:42am Andy in Berlin:

@ W41 - That's Ursa Major. Ursala Major was the girl you sat next to me in Chemistry.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:43am mauri:

Otava. we call it
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:44am w41:

Sure. You don't have to thank me
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:45am Brian in UK:

Hello boss, boys 'n girls.

Happy birthday w41.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:46am Brian in UK:

'I shuda Worked at Skool'
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:46am KP:

Autobiography? Hmmm.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:48am KP:

I was born in the Bronx but grew up in luscious Levittpwn, LI.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:49am KP:

We played curb ball back when few families had more than one car. Baseball card flipping ...
  Sat. 11/16/13 3:51am Martha:

I think it is Recommended Records, but I can't be sure -
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:51am w41:

Thank you Brian!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:51am KP:

I knew i had a standing answer to the autobiography question, which is "Too Late for Lunch, Too Early for Dinner."
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:55am w41:

The name would be "Happily ever after... or probably not"
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:55am Brian in UK:

Hey Jay how long did it take to recover?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:56am Bill Mac:

@KP/W41 - Difference between yours and mine is that you put some thought behind it!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:57am CDToaster:

I was born and raised in da Bronx and was a champion at playing skelly if anyone cares to challenge me. Melted crayon inside hollowed checkers were good pieces. I played ALL NYC games including ringolevio and Chinese box ball (aka Chinese handball). I don't think flipping baseball cards and curb ball were limited to NYC.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 3:57am w41:

Damn it, I think you win
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:57am Andy in Berlin:

I thought I'd call mine, I'm Me, Who The Hell Are You?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:59am Brian in UK:

I heard a good one the other day 'Do Not Look Back, We Are Not Going That Way'
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 3:59am KP:

Guy in band tonight pointed out that Billy Joel and I share an embarrassment of being from Hicksville and prefer to say Leviittown. I put Levittown on my Facebook profile because more people know it. But unlike Billy Joel, I actually lived there. He just wants to sound working class but he is def.from Hicksville. A newspaper would say youre from where you went to high school and by that measure im from Hicksvile, same as Joel. I saw him play the high school there, but i didnt go to that one. sorry about all the Piano Man drivel.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:00am Jay/London:

@ Brian I took the Monday off still a bit hungover on Tuesday
but well worth it after all we only have one birthday per year
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:01am Bill Mac:

@CDToaster - That's what I'm talking about! Flipping cards - topsies for keepsies.... isn't chinese boxball the PC name for... chinese boxball?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:01am Andy in Berlin:

Though I was born in NYC, I grew up in the country and we were playing mumbleypeg - in the days when all kids carried knives (well, pocket knives...) and there was no threat of danger. :)
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am KP:

Yeah Cd toaster, i was born in the Bronx but im from Long Island. first Levittown, then neighboring Hicksville. Never really knew the city but just moved to Manhattan and love it.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am Looms:

So far, my autobiography is called "Let's have another cup of coffee".
btw, Ursa Major comes from Greek mythology
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am Andy in Berlin:

If you don't know what mumbleypeg is, it's kind of like Twister but you play it with a knife.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am Jay/London:

story’s of someone who should have known better ! is mine
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am KP:

Yeah Cd toaster, i was born in the Bronx but im from Long Island. first Levittown, then neighboring Hicksville. Never really knew the city but just moved to Manhattan and love it.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:02am Brian in UK:

Did you used to do splits with knives, thowing them at feet to spread legs.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:03am Jay/London:

yeah I used to do that Brian
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:04am KP:

Yeah Brian we did that on Long island.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:04am KP:

Shell breathing?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:08am Andy in Berlin:

@ Jay, Brian, and KP - yep that's mumbleypeg
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:08am Bill Mac:

I got hit in the shin with a dart by the neighborhood stoner guy back in the day.... good times.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:10am Bill Mac:

@Andy ... like twister with a knife... hoo boy...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:13am CDToaster:

@Bill + KP: the Chinese box ball is the game played against a w-i-d-e wall with 4' boxes drawn vertically named, "Ace," "King," "Queen," "Jack," etc. and a pink Spaulding ball. The best player was the king of the killers which were the balls that hit the wall and ground simultaneously. Also, putting the "english" on (like with Pong) was fun, too. Remember these?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 4:15am w41:

I shall use this opportunity to say -- beautiful music today, Bill!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:15am Bill Mac:

It's working today dubbuhyuh!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:17am Brian in UK:

We used to race cars in the playground at skool. If you put plasticene on the underneath they had more stability and went faster. More downforce!!!! Bent axles when someone trod on them (normally a girl) tented to screw the race.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:17am KP:

Andy, our mumbly peg was more close up than that. Like tricks and trying to get knife to stick in ground. The foot thing was something else, at least on Long Island and a little north of citt, where we hd a bungalow.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:19am Bill Mac:

@CDToaster - OK, I stand corrected, this sound more complicated than what we used to play in Philly (called chink, which sounds like a variety of what you're talking about. Come to think of it, a chink referred to the ball that hit the base of the wall and ground simultaneously). Played a lot of handball with either a pinkie or a pimple ball
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:21am Brian in UK:

@KP here is a link to Joe McGasko's show yesterday at 2:51 another version of 'Feel a Whole Lot Better'
www.wfmu.org...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:22am CDToaster:

Bill, the kids today don't have any idea of what real fun is.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:24am Bill Mac:

I think you're right Toaster - I would imagine a few of these games have been totally forgotten for at least a generation.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:25am CDToaster:

Bill, since you're into handball, it just so happens that my dad won the world championship in handball at the games on Coney Island. He actually beat the existing world champion back in the mid-40's.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:27am KP:

Thanks CDToaster, we did that tonight, as always. The Flamin Groovies do a nice straight forward version.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:28am Bill Mac:

I was into street handball myself - I think that was known as boxball when I was coming up. You played it like baseball, with a 4 base field, but you used your hand to hit the ball. I only played REAL handball once of twice, not easy - cool that your dad beat the champ.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:29am KP:

DJ Heat, who shows up on boards here, is big fan of Potty Mouth/
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:32am KP:

Of course Bill there is a "new" real handball. It's unknown here but played in Olympics. It's like basketball but the goal is a small one like in soccer and there is a goaltender. There are pro leagues in Europe and it's on TV alot there.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:34am Andy in Berlin:

I personally used to play paddleball, but only much later. My son, was big into handball when he was in junior high and got me to play with him once, but I didn't have sneakers with me. It's hard to hold your own on the handball court in sandals. Getting your ass handed to you by an 13 year old is not fun.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:35am Bill Mac:

@KP I really like that particular Potty Mouth tune
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:35am Bill Mac:

Note to self, do not wear sandals while playing any kind of impact sports.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:41am Jay/London:

this is good " look it up "
  Sat. 11/16/13 4:45am Emile:

Hey Bill and all his Mac daddies...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:46am Bill Mac:

Hey Emile - quickly give me the name of your autobiography!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:48am KP:

The Blind Shake! Still mystifying record store employees in my corner of the village.
  Sat. 11/16/13 4:48am Emile:

"Slight Improvements"
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:49am Bill Mac:

Thanks..... pass....
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:50am Bill Mac:

They're the new drug round the household these days...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 4:58am Looms:

Ha, just found my autobiography name: "Whistle while you may"
Thx for the inspiration, Bill.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:01am Bill Mac:

You guys all have really cool ideas for book names. You can blame it on Andy, who's probably drunk on strudel by now... there's a title for you Andy!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:01am KP:

Good one Looms.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:02am KP:

Anyone know what the colors of the hearts mean?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 5:04am w41:

If you have visited the person's profile, the heart changes its color :)
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:04am KP:

THe heart over here --------------------------------------------------------------------------->
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:05am KP:

aha. thanks w41. I keep forgetting that one. It's sort of tattle tale, no?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:06am KP:

The Flamin Groovies played in Brooklyn tonight with the Sonics. Reports were excellemt
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:07am KP:

And I saw the Flaming Groovies in the Village couple months ago. They were great.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:10am KP:

How about Hawkwind?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:10am KP:

We all need our stools.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:11am KP:

We saw My Bloody Valentine Monday. All i know is the opening band was louder.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:13am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - Drunk on Strudel is the title of part two: The Berlin Years
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 5:14am w41:

How about Sonic f'n Youth?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:14am Bill Mac:

@Andy Love it!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:15am Andy in Berlin:

...or alternatively "No Beer...Strudel"
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:15am Andy in Berlin:

@Bill - actually, yours is better
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:16am Bill Mac:

@W41 Lemmee see...
  Sat. 11/16/13 5:16am b k:

did 91.1 just go off air?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:16am Bill Mac:

@KP Opening bands always seem to be louder.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:19am Brian in UK:

Kelley is Kool.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:19am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - they WISH they were louder
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:19am Bill Mac:

BK I'm on it
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:20am Bill Mac:

@BK Call is in
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:21am Looms:

Speaking of Sparks, John Allen did a very interesting interview with Russel Mael a couple years ago:
wfmu.org...
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:22am Andy in Berlin:

Bill, since you're talking about opening bands, can you play We're The Support Band by I, Ludicrous?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:23am Bill Mac:

I'll need to check this one out, thanks Looms!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:27am KP:

The opening band - heavy metal - were much louder than MBV probably because they had screechy guitars and the treble is a killer. i could not stay in room w/o ear plugs with them. I could with MBV but of course did use them
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:29am KP:

Best opening acts ive seen: MC5 for Boz Scaggs, the original and brand new at time Mott the Hoople for Ten Years After. Both at Stony Brook. Both unfreakingbelievable. I also saw Bruce Springsteen open for Anne Murray and he was pretty good.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:32am Bill Mac:

Bruce who?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:34am Jay/London:

Springsteen bill think he is well known around the place !
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:34am Andy in Berlin:

This is a hilarious song. I read somewhere that they are considered to be sort of like a Fall joke band. Aparently Mark E. Smith wanted them to open for them but he didn't know how to contact them so he just started advertizing the show, and they saw it and showed up.
  Sat. 11/16/13 5:34am Liz B.:

Ken is on the scene for the 91.1 FM transmitter problems. We had an electricity spike up there a few days ago and things have been iffy ever since. We'll get it fixed, so hang in there.
  Sat. 11/16/13 5:35am marc:

Not on FM
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:35am KP:

Oh back to loud openimg bands. When the Who first toured as a four piece with Zak Starkey, they were shockingly low key. They called them the Who unplugged. I saw them twice like that and each time the opening act was UnAmerican. They were unbelievably loud. you could not be in same room.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:35am Bill Mac:

Tanks Liz!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:36am Andy in Berlin:

I saw Twisted Sister open for Alice Cooper at Wembley and Alice was louder. Didn't matter though.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:37am Bill Mac:

@KP Would've liked to been at Ten Years After Show. Had a lot of people asked me about the last Ian Hunter 'tour'.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:37am KP:

Liz didnt notice that i mentioned Bruce Springsteen, did she?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:38am Jay/London:

did anyone go to the human rights concerts in 1988 ?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 5:39am w41:

Thank you Bill!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:39am KP:

Well it helped i loved the first album and still do. Why do you put quotes around "tour."
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:39am Jay/London:

nothing bad about mentioning him KP after all this is free-form
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:40am KP:

Ha! There's free and there's form. But early early Bruce was great.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:42am Jay/London:

darkness is/was the best me thinks KP
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:44am Looms:

The opening act I enjoyed the most, I think, was by alternative and unclassifiable French band Double Nelson. It was totally weird and I became an instant fan. I was 16 at the time but still remember that moment.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:44am KP:

i was in a Bruce/reggae/soul band in those days. Anything with horns and a gravely voiced singer (not me).
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:46am Andy in Berlin:

Ok everybody, gotta bail! Chalk up another good one, Bill!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:47am Bill Mac:

Figures Andy I found that song! Art Phag!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:48am Andy in Berlin:

busted!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:48am Bill Mac:

Next week I'll play it.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:52am Brian in UK:

Nice one, Bill. My internet radio has been here and there. How about 'Dipping in and Out' for a biog?
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:53am KP:

I saw Elvis Costello on his first American tour. The opening act clocked him. It was a trio and rhe guitarist moved like Townshend. I thin they well called Street People and were from NJ.
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:53am Looms:

Bye, have a nice week!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 5:54am w41:

Thank you for the show, Bill!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:55am KP:

See ya looms/
im headed in same direction Bill. Guess i made up for absence. Lemme know about Hawkwind
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:56am Jay/London:

well time to go out into the big bad world ... till next week
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:57am Bill Mac:

Thanks all. I'm gonna have to check KPs stories after the show. I'm racking (wracking?) my brain trying to this of any opening bands that made big impressions. I DO know that Blind Shake were awesome last month. Anyways, see you guys next week. Now that you have a title, get crackin on that book!
Avatar    Sat. 11/16/13 5:59am Brian in UK:

Have a great day w41.
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