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Turning over the toy box and jamming together the gloriously mismatched musical Lincoln Logs, Legos and Tinker Toys from Tin Pan Alley pluggers, pickled egg tavern weepers, lockstep soul ensembles, skinny-tie power poppers, Eurotrash ravers, moontanned art school rockers, drunken soccer anthems and anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. There are no guilty pleasures.

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Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options  
Paul & Linda McCartney  Eat At Home   Options Ram (Apple - 1971)  
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with The Ike Isaacs Trio  The New A B C   Options High Flying (Columbia - 1961)  
Liz Phair  6'1"   Options Exile in Guyville (Matador - 1993)  
Iggy Pop  Five Foot One   Options New Values (Arista - 1979)  
The Paley Brothers  Down The Line   Options The Paley Brothers (Sire - 1978)
From: The Complete Recordings
 
J.B. Lenoir  Let's Roll Pt. 1   Options b/w People Are meddling (J.O.B. - 1952)
From: ABC of the Blues
 
Tetos Demitriades with Nathaniel Shilkret's Orchestra  Xinki Ntinki Hapae Boy   Options b/w Niktai Posi Ponoun (Victor - 1924?)
From:
 
 
Claude Gray  How Fast Them Trucks Can Go   Options b/w Next Time You See Me (Decca - 1967)  
YES  We Have Heaven   Options Fragile (Atlantic - 1971)  
Sheb Wooley  Blue Guitar   Options b/w Natchez Landing (MGM - 1964)  
Stackridge  Fundamentally Yours   Options The Man In The Bowler Hat (MCA - 1974)  
Geordie  We're Alright Now   Options b-side to She's A Teaser (EMI - 1974)  
Bob & Ray  Lucky Phone Call-TerraHaute Ind   Options Classic Bob & Ray: Volume 3 (Radio Art - 1974)  
 
Michael Fennelly  Peace By Peace   Options prev. unr. (Sundazed - 1970)
From: Love Can Change Everything: Demos 1967-1972
 
The Guess Who   Guns Guns Guns   Options Rockin' (RCA Victor - 1972)  
The Buoys  Give Up Your Guns   Options b/w The Prince Of Thieves (Scepter - 1971)  
Delta Rhythm Boys  I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive   Options b-side to I'm Used To You (RCA Victor - 1952)
From: Bump Jump Jive 13
 
Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich  Mr. President   Options b/w Frisco Annie (Fontana - 1970)
From: Pop-In Vol 2
 
Bob & Ray  Lucky Phone Call To Bagshaw Wisconsin   Options Classic Bob & Ray: Volume 2 (Radio Art - unk.)  
 
The Chelsea Football Team  Blue Is The Colour   Options b/w Let's All Sing Together (Penny Farthing - 1972)  
The Brothers Four  Nowhere Man   Options b/w If I Fell (Columbia - 1966)  
Bow Wow Wow  Prince of Darkness (Sinner! Sinner! Sinner!)   Options b/w Orangutang (RCA - 1981)
From: The Best of Bow Wow Wow
 
Gladys Knight And The Pips  Daddy Could Swear, I Declare   Options b/w For Once In My Life (Soul - 1973)
From: The Complete Motown Singles: Volume 12b (1972)
 
Jackie Wilson and Lavern Baker  Think Twice (Version X)   Options prev. unr. (Zu-Zazz - 1965/1986)
From: If It Ain't A Hit, I'll Eat My...Baby - The Dirtiest Of Them Dirty Blues Featuring Jackie Wilson
 
Fried Chicken  Funky DJ   Options b/w Juke Box (Stone - 1976)
From: DJ Shadow: Brainfreeze Breaks
 
The Banana Splits  Two-Ton Tessie   Options We're The Banana Splits (Decca - 1968)
From: We're the Banana Splits/Here Come the Beagles
 
The Meters  Handclapping Song   Options b/w Joog (Josie - 1970)
From: A Message from the Meters
 
 
King Crimson  Fracture   Options prev. unr. (Discipline - 1973)
From: The Great Deceiver (Live 1973-1974)
 
Elton John  Madman Across The Water (Original Version)   Options prev. unr. (DJM - 1970)
From: Tumbleweed Connection (Deluxe Edition)
 
 
Miles Davis  On The Corner/New York Girl/Thinkin' Of One Thing And Doin' Another/Vote For Miles   Options prev. unr. (Columbia - 1972)
From: The Complete On The Corner Sessions
 
 
Cheap Trick  Oh Caroline   Options In Color (Epic - 1977)  
Freedy Johnston  Caroline   Options Unlucky (Bar/None - 1993)  
Phil Everly  Caroline   Options There's Nothing Too Good For My Baby (Pye - 1974)
From: The London Sessions: There's Nothing Too Good For My Baby / Mystic Line
 
Barry Ryan  Caroline   Options b-side to Magical Spiel (Polydor - 1970)  
Harry Nilsson  Caroline   Options Nilsson Sings Newman (RCA Victor - 1970)  
Beach Boys  Caroline No   Options Pet Sounds (Capitol - 1967)  
Colin Blunstone  Caroline Goodbye   Options b/w Though You Are Far Away (Epic - 1971)  
 
The Mills Brothers  Lulu's Back In Town   Options b/w unk. (Decca - 1935)
From: Chronological Vol. 4 (1935-1937)
 
Thin Lizzy  Rosalie   Options b/w Me and the Boys (Vertigo - 1978)
From: Vagabonds Kings Warriors Angels
 
Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians   We'll Meet Again   Options b/w unk. (Decca - 1941)  
Jose Feliciano  The Last Thing On My Mind   Options Feliciano! (RCA Victor - 1968)  
 
Music behind DJ:
Fleetwood Mac 
Albatross   Options  

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

I stole another 2 minutes of your life, Uncle Michael. And you'll never get them back.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:02pm tikk:

Let's go Blackhawks! - Rangers fan with no real rooting interest except to hope for two double overtime games tonight and Sunday.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:02pm ndbob:

afternoon UM and everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:04pm ndbob:

yep it is
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:04pm Lewis:

read you loud and clear, over
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:04pm Stevel:

Me no habla Kansan.
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:04pm on it:

yer on!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:05pm tikk:

It's ON like ArmageddON
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:05pm Dean:

More food talk!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:06pm still b/p:

I can't tell, is Doug like the Bible's penitent thief or impenitent thief?
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:06pm Dominick:

yum yum!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:07pm Uncle Michael:

Howdy everyone that's here and pffft to all of you that aren't!
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:07pm Dean:

Paul want cookie.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:10pm Uncle Michael:

We're still waiting for the cookies. You might want to clear your cache and milk cups.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:11pm Stevel:

Oddly enough, I am actually at work today. Garage time is but a distant memory. Perhaps, due to the fiberglass fumes.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:15pm Slater:

little iggy the crooner
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:15pm Uncle Michael:

Soooo....what's new?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:17pm ndbob:

anyone listen to Iggy's BBC show?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:17pm Uncle Michael:

He has a show?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:18pm ndbob:

yep - let me get a link
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:19pm ndbob:

www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:20pm Uncle Michael:

Thank thee, Bob.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:20pm ndbob:

yw - unfortunately BBC shows are only archived for one week
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:22pm Brian in UK:

Hello Uncle.

@ndbob did you hear Iggy introduce the programme on William Burroughs?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:23pm ndbob:

nope Brian - is it still archived? a lot of the specials stay up for a while
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:25pm Uncle Michael:

this is shellac from the HDT collection
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:25pm Brian in UK:

This one, think it has passed.
www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:26pm ndbob:

ah too bad
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:27pm Brian in UK:

Iggy did handle the commentary in a rather cavalier manner.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:28pm ndbob:

I can imagine:)
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:29pm Dean:

Er, Sch├╝ldkraut ain't Greek.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:33pm Pedro G.:

By 1961, Edward R. Murrow was running the U.S. Information Agency so the Benghazi conspiracy theorists will probably have a field day with the change in the alphabet too.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:37pm paul b:

But do you chillaxe with your shellacs? You know my grandmother used to sing that "hinky dinky parlez vous" song all the time, but then she was born in 1906. Me; I got my mind on my cookies and my cookies on my mind.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:39pm Uncle Michael:

I got 99 problems but your grandma ain't one.
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:40pm Dean:

No! I step out to microwave rice and beans and Andouille sausage and *right then* you play Yes! No!

Ah, Stackridge. Almost makes up for it.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:41pm paul b:

touche!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:41pm Uncle Michael:

I'll be discussing Stackridge.
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:42pm Dean:

Ooh, Stackridge gossip. How lurid.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:45pm Stanley:

Geordie - UM, you've dug right into the depths of my memory pit, there.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:46pm Mike East:

@Dean - I've got rice n beans for lunch too. looking forward to microwaving them shortly
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:46pm Slater:

terra-hot?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 12:46pm PKNY:

I must say, I prefer pre-AC/DC Bon Scott to pre-AC/DC Brian Johnson:

www.youtube.com...
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:46pm Stevel:

New town motto.
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:47pm Dean:

@ME: R&B are lately often on my menu. Fittingly, B&R are now on FMU. B&R, my parents' Firesign Theater.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 12:48pm still b/p:

These bastids crack me up.
  Fri. 5/30/14 12:53pm Dean:

Bob & Ray are a lot like Abbott crossed with Costello.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:06pm Brian in UK:

Dean are you eating Andouillette? I admire your guts.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:09pm Brian in UK:

CS&N has reached DBM&T.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:10pm Uncle Michael:

fair point, Brian!
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:11pm Dean:

It takes guts to consume guts, but I'm working on the less icky, less exotic Andouille. That said, the price of fresh sausage in these parts has soared. (Flying sausage?) It's getting to the point that I can't afford to eat offal.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:14pm Brian in UK:

French & Chinese will eat most things.

I have tried making my own sausages, not sure whether to use the shoulder or leg of pig. Shoulder has more fat. It is fun putting them in the casings!
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:16pm Dean:

@BrianUK, I'd love to make my own sausage (not to mention my own beer and gin). Also, my own laws.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:16pm Pedro G.:

The NRA is an immoral front organization for billionaire manufacturers who profit off the death of innocent people.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:18pm Brian in UK:

Dean, time for making Elderflower cordial, short season and if it rains you are stuffed. Very efficacious.

Uncle you wipe me out.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:19pm Brian in UK:

Not a Chelsea but I know the bluddy words.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:19pm Uncle Michael:

I could play Wipeout!
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:20pm Dean:

I'm confused. Was Bon Scott on the Chelsea team before AC/DC?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:20pm Brian in UK:

The Shed refers to one end of the ground which the thugs inhabited.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:21pm Uncle Michael:

Thugs? THUGS?!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:22pm Uncle Michael:

Bon played Aussie Rules
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:24pm northguineahills:

I don't even know the words to my alma mater, and they play it at every (american) football game (and I watch nearly every bloody one). I suck at hearing lyrics.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:25pm Uncle Michael:

at every game?
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:27pm Dean:

Australia ... Skyhooks ... "You Just Like Me 'Cos I'm Good in Bed" ...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:28pm Uncle Michael:

Skyhooks need to stay out of helicopters.
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:29pm Dean:

My favorite verb is an ellipsis.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:31pm Lewis:

Funny I have never heard that version to "think twice" on the radio ...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:32pm Uncle Michael:

What's nuts...is that it's been played on the FMU broadcast air...several times.

Doug's played it too, I see.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:32pm PKNY:

Ah, nice to hear from Brainfreeze-famous tracks!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:34pm still b/p:

I have to go to confession and say I enjoyed the special Think Twice.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:35pm Uncle Michael:

Shame on you. 'ow'syer favver?
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:36pm northguineahills:

Ok, it's halftime, time to see what's up in Bryceland, well maybe after the Meters.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:37pm Uncle Michael:

see ya later NGH...thanks for being half-here!
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:38pm Dean:

This Meters is Pharrell Williams' "Happy" 44 years in advance. (Only just heard the PW song for the first time last night at my kid's talent show.)
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:40pm still b/p:

I want a priest what teaches me to sing Swinging On A Star.
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:44pm Dean:

More Yes? Tales From Topographic Oceans?
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:45pm Stevel:

Three songs? Two sets???

MADNESS!!!
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:45pm Dean:

Close!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 1:45pm scuzfink1:

I'm just reassembling my vacuum cleaner and listening. I discovered your show in the archives and have recommended it to many kindred souls. Keep up the good work(play?)!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:45pm Uncle Michael:

I probably should have said "tracks."
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:46pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks so much Scuz! I appreciated the email too.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:52pm Mike East:

@Dean - there was a piece on NPR this morning that said pretty much exactly that Handclapping Song is the same as Happy. Science proved it.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:53pm Mike East:

this piece: www.wnyc.org...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:53pm Uncle Michael:

Synchronicity.
  Fri. 5/30/14 1:54pm Dean:

Hinky Dinky coinkidinky! I did not hear that NPR 'cast.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:55pm Uncle Michael:

I was NOT the first to play Happy on 'FMU.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:56pm Uncle Michael:

This original version of MMATW features Mick Ronson.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:57pm Mike East:

I played Tumbleweed Connection at my Memorial Day BBQ...after NY Trans and before Roxy Music Siren
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 1:58pm Uncle Michael:

The deluxe edition with this?
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:02pm PMD:

Tuning in first time... Cool...
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:02pm Slater:

it's jammy
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:02pm Uncle Michael:

Happy to have your ears, PMD.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:03pm Mike East:

no, an old used copy I got last month...on your recommendation actually.
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:09pm Santos L Halper:

Miles has my vote. UM is on the ticket too I hope!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:33pm V Priceless:

Better late than never! Hey Uncle M and peeps!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:34pm efd:

Hm, I played a song Wednesday night that I believe could have worked in this set.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:34pm Uncle Michael:

Hello, VP! Welcome.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:35pm Uncle Michael:

I wonder if I'm playing it in this set. hmm...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:36pm Uncle Michael:

Hi Evan...actually, that had me prick up my ears on Wednesday.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:37pm Stanley:

Back from the pub.
Feeling better.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:38pm Uncle Michael:

Good, I took the tamale cure during Miles.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:40pm Guido from Cologne:

Hello Michael, I was listening outdoors so I could not comment, but in times i dig even Reginald Dwight or what was his name ...
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:41pm Uncle Michael:

Sir Reginald to us.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:41pm Uncle Michael:

Glad you could listen, Guido.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:45pm still b/p:

Y'ain't gonna play Starship's Caroline, are ya? That'd be a shame in this series.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:46pm Uncle Michael:

I am not. Sorry.
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:46pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Lots of songs about Caroline . . . Do you suppose that all these songs are the reason that record company decided to call itself Caroline Records? And wasn't there a UK station (or a UK pirate station) called Radio Caroline?
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:47pm still b/p:

No, no, omission GOOD.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:47pm Uncle Michael:

Radio Caroline was named after Caroline Kennedy.
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:48pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

I think that "Caroline Goodbye" is another argument for liking Colin Blunstone . . .
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:48pm Mike East:

Colin Blunstone...think he just played City Winery and we provided backline
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:48pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Caroline Kennedy?!? Crazy world, ain't it?
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:48pm SeanG:

Caroline and I by the Go-Betweens!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:50pm still b/p:

Meader as JFK:
"We like to keep young Caroline on an even keel.
We bought her an erector set: Bethlehem Steel."
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:52pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Why songs about "Caroline" . . . 3 syllables. I hear the stress as < ' - - > . . . could that be why?
[There's also "Caroline Says" by Lou "SU" Reed . . .]
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:55pm Uncle Michael:

Caroline Says is great. I shoulda...
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 2:56pm still b/p:

There's a Muppet version of Lulu's Back In Town. And there's a Muppet atop the playlist. We live in a Muppet Matrix.
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:56pm Dean:

@LJFNJWLINJ, That would be a dactyl. Other female names that scan dactyl? Margaret and Eleanor come to mind. Neither trips off the tongue quite as elegantly as Caroline.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:57pm Uncle Michael:

There are no coincidences.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

But sometimes, the pattern is more obvious.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 2:58pm ndbob:

excellent show UM!
  Fri. 5/30/14 2:59pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

@Dean: Thanks! I always forget the names of the poetic meters that have 3 syllables. (I can remember trochaic & iambic..) :-)
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 3:00pm still b/p:

Why is Cookie Monster in a necktie in an office? Coopted Monster.
  Fri. 5/30/14 3:01pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

This is my first time every listening to your show, Uncle Michael (and my first time on the "Give the Drummer Radio" feed.) I MUST listen to your show (and to this feed) more often!!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 3:01pm Uncle Michael:

Evil twin.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 3:02pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks, John! Glad you like!
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 3:03pm Dominick:

Nice version here by Jose'
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 3:03pm Uncle Michael:

It's been a ball today, my friends. Thank you.
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 3:07pm Mike East:

thank YOU Michael.
Avatar Fri. 5/30/14 3:09pm Stevel:

Thank you. Working on a data base for the entire show. You prevented me from taking my own life in the process!
Avatar    Fri. 5/30/14 3:09pm Uncle Michael:

whew!
Avatar Wed. 6/4/14 1:39am Droll:

Yes & KC in one show? I guess you don't want an over-the-air show... Of course prog is best, but you'll never be allowed to do that on FM. That KC performance is just about the pinnacle of Rock Music, FWIW. Bands used to know how to write and play like that... it was a different era.

Speaking of musicianship, the drumming on The Meters song was ridiculous.

Daddy could swear, I declare! Followed by a Jackie Wilson song with swears! I always cringe when I hear swears on FMU, which is funny because I swear a lot and don't notice. Creepy how well we're trained for that nonsense, even as listeners.

This is a perfectly adequate show. I really ought to try catching it live some day... Good archive fodder, though!

One complaint: All the songs seem to cue up off-by-one (says it's playing the previous song)
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