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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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Options June 13, 2014: I ain’t superstitious.

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Artist Track Album
Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options  
Howlin' Wolf  I Ain't Superstitious   Options b/w Just Like I Treat You (Chess - 1961)
From: The Chess Box
 
Wings   Venus and Mars/Rock Show   Options Venus and Mars (Capitol - 1975)  
Up, Bustle & Out  Tinto Tintero   Options Mexican Dub Sessions (Collision: Cause Of Chapter 3 - 2007)  
Brent Wilcox   Old Synapses Never Die   Options Executive Lullabies (Brent Wilcox - 1988)  
Louis Armstrong  When You're Smiling   Options unk. (Okeh - 1929)
From: Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man 1923-34
 
 
ABBA  S.O.S.   Options b/w Man In The Middle (Atlantic - 1975)
From: Thank You for the Music
 
Big Star  Watch The Sunrise (aborted)   Options  
Bobby Darin  Me & Mr. Hohner   Options b/w Song For A Dollar (Direction - 1969)  
Candi Staton  Stand by Your Man   Options b/w How Can I Put Out The Flame (When You Keep The Fire Burning) (Fame - 1970)
From: Evidence: The Complete Fame Record Masters
 
Dionne Warwick  You Can Have Him   Options b/w Is There Another Way To Love Him (Scepter - 1965)
From: Hidden Gems: The Best of Dionne Warwick, Vol. 2
 
Ann Peebles  I Can't Stand The Rain   Options b/w I've Been There Before (Hi - 1973)  
 
The Strangeloves   (Roll On) Mississippi   Options b-side to Cara-Lin (Immediate - 1965)
From: Immediate - The Singles Collection
 
The Incredible String Band  Way Back In The 1960s   Options The 5000 Spirits Or The Layers Of The Onion (Elektra - 1967)  
The Beatles   Love You To   Options Revolver (Capitol - 1966)
From: The Beatles 2009 Mono Box Set
 
The Nomads  Something's Bad   Options b/w Tell Her Lies (Mo-Groov - unk.)
From: The Northern Soul Top 500
 
Tony Joe White  Ballad Of Hollis Brown   Options prev. unr. (Monument - 1968)
From: Live And Unissued
 
Eddie Cochran  Three Steps To Heaven   Options b-side to Cut Across Shorty (Liberty - 1960)  
 
Big Star  Watch The Sunrise   Options #1 Record (Ardent - 1972)
From: Keep An Eye On The Sky
 
The El Dorados  At My Front Door   Options b/w What's Buggin' You Baby (Vee-Jay - 1955)
From: Golden Age Of American Rock 'N' Roll - Vol 6
 
The Rugbys  You, I   Options Hot Cargo (Amazon - 1969)  
Syd Dale  The Hellraisers   Options BBC World Service 'Outlook' (KPM Library - 1968)
From: Spider-Man from the KPM Vaults
 
Sparks  Noisy Boys   Options Terminal Jive (Virgin - 1980)  
Floyd Tillman & His Favorite Playboys  G.I. Blues   Options b/w Each Night At Nine (Decca - 1944)  
Little Richard  He's Not Just A Soldier   Options b-side to Joy, Joy, Joy (Down In My Heart) (Mercury - 1961)  
The Zombies  Woman   Options b/w Leave Me Alone (Decca - 1964)  
 
Eunice Davis  Get Your Enjoys   Options b/w Twenty Four Hours A Day (Deluxe - 1954)
From: Rock 'n' Roll Mamas Vol. 1
 
Funkadelic  Cholly (Funk Gettin Ready to Roll)   Options One Nation Under a Groove (Warner Bros. - 1978)  
Glitterhouse  Times Are Getting Hard   Options Color blind (Dynovoice - 1968)  
Ben Folds Five  Army   Options The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner (550 Music - 1999)  
Marianne Vasel & Erich Storz  The Little Train (Die Kleine Bimmelbahn)   Options b-side to Sunny Lake Walk (Mercury - 1958)  
Meat Puppets  That's How It Goes   Options Forbidden Places (London - 1991)  
 
Elton John  Screw You   Options b-side to Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (DJM - 1973)  
Memphis Slim & Mickey Baker  Don't Doubt Me   Options Bluesingly Yours (International Polydor Production - 1968)
From: Bluesingly Yours
 
Dinah Washington  This Bitter Earth   Options b/w I Understand (Mercury - 1960)  
Randy Newman  Last Night I Had a Dream   Options b/w I Think He's Hiding (Reprise - 1968)
From: Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets 1965-1968
 
Betty Davis  Your Man My Man   Options Betty Davis (Just Sunshine - 1973)  
Alex Chilton  I Wish I Could Meet Elvis   Options prev. unr. (Omnivore - 1970)
From: Free Again: The "1970" Sessions
 
 
Arsenal 1st Team Squad  Good Old Arsenal   Options b/w The Boys From Highbury (Pye - 1971)  
Mel Tormé  Games People Play   Options A Time For Us (Capitol - 1969)
From: Ultra-Lounge: On the Rocks, Pt. 2
 
George Jones  Open Pit Mine   Options From The Heart (Unart - 1968)
From: The Complete United Artists Solo Singles
 
Roy Smeck's Trio  In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town   Options b/w While We Danced At The Mardi Gras (Conquerer - 1932)
From: On With The Dance
 
Os Mutantes  It Is Very Nice Pra Xuxu   Options Jardim Elétrico (Polydor - 1971)  
December's Children  Backwards And Forwards   Options b/w Kissin Time (World Pacific - 1968)
From: Bubblepop Motherfucker - Vol 2
 
The Skatalites  Guns of Navarone   Options b/w Marcus Garvey (Island - 1965)
From: Guns of Navarone//Best of the Skalalites
 
 
Judee Sill  The Kiss   Options Heart Food (Asylum - 1973)
From: Abracadabra: The Asylum Years
 
Johnnie Ray  You Don't Owe Me A Thing   Options b-side to Look Homeward, Angel (Columbia - 1956)  
Solomon Burke  Detroit City   Options b/w It's Been A Change (Atlantic - 1967)
From: I Wish I Knew/King Solomon
 
Lux  When I'm Gone   Options b/w I Don't Know (Gazette - 1970)
From: Lost Jukebox Volume 32
 
The Blue Belles  Cool Water   Options b/w When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Newtown - 1963)  
Hank Locklin  The Last Thing On My Mind   Options b-side to The Best Part Of Loving You (RCA Victor - 1966)  
Fleetwood Mac  Albatross   Options  

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Uncle Michael vs. Cameroon! Goooooal!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:01pm duke:

Yikes!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

Howdy, UM and all!! Like that bird, I'm flipping my boater for this show.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:02pm ndbob:

Afternoon UM and everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:02pm ndbob:

Honestly though.. a blank screen to me is more interesting then the World Cup.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:04pm Artie:

And a full moon. Honey style moon, even.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:04pm PMD:

Listening, not whistling, while I work.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:05pm ndbob:

UM wins - no t only by default - but even if I was interested in soccer:)
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:07pm Uncle Michael:

Hello Dinkitimers!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:13pm pacific standard simon:

Good morning, Michael and all fawning sycophants. Checking in, but may be forced away without warning by technical issues.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

I'm more of a groveler, but I'm cross-training to kowtowing.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:14pm Uncle Michael:

I told you to go get a fresh squirrel, Simon.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:14pm Uncle Michael:

I accept tribute.

FYI
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:17pm pacific standard simon:

I upgraded to raccoons, but they don't seem to understand the character-building value of honest work, and they keep demanding more coffee breaks.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 12:20pm still b/p:

Not satisfied with the term for fearing 13 and Friday the 13th, Triscuit Decca Faux Beer, they had to inflate it to a more particular term, Pair Of Skivvies Decca Try A Faux Beer. That really jumps my crow.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:20pm Uncle Michael:

What he said.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:22pm pacific standard simon:

Can we start a movement to celebrate Friday the 13th on Monday, like the other holidays?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:23pm Uncle Michael:

I think an online petition might be effective.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:30pm duke:

If your name is a palindrome, your songs should sound the same forward and backwards.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:30pm listener james from westwood:

Amanda has singalongs in her show, but I always love it when I have a whistle-along moment in anyone's show. This ABBA is mine.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:31pm listener james from westwood:

(If I actually sing, my plants would jump out the window. I'm sub-sub-Hoof & Mouth over here in the pipes department.)
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:32pm pacific standard simon:

Realized last week that my first name, upside down and backwards, spells "NOW IS".
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:32pm PMD:

Dammit I missed ABBA. I had accidentally clicked Bryce's link... was wondering why the music was so different.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 12:34pm still b/p:

Sequin-Ornamented Swedes.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:35pm duke:

uoɯᴉs pɹɐpuɐʇs ɔᴉɟᴉɔɐd
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 12:35pm Jeff Golick:

Love Candi; love this Candi.



Also: hi!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:36pm pacific standard simon:

After that Big Star fiasco, you DARE TO SCOFF at the POWER of THE THIRTEENTH FRIDAY?!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:36pm Uncle Michael:

Duke, don't make me stop this car.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:37pm Uncle Michael:

Jeff, Candi's *my* girl.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:37pm Uncle Michael:

I can screw up without a calendar, Simon.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:41pm pacific standard simon:

It aint a boast if you can do it.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:44pm ndbob:

nice set there UM!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:46pm listener james from westwood:

Ducked downstairs really quickly to get my mail; two mini-waterfalls from a 2nd-floor unit streaming into the lobby. Two crazed maintenance guys were scrambling for wet vacs and contractor buckets. Horrible.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:47pm duke:

It's WFMU, a few faux pas won't scare us away
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:49pm Uncle Michael:

James, maybe they could use some faux cups.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 12:49pm still b/p:

I liked the Warwick number. Too raw, unpolished for her?
  Fri. 6/13/14 12:51pm rogue oats:

love this stringy tune
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:51pm Uncle Michael:

Who knows? She's a banana.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:52pm ndbob:

I saw the ISB in hte 70s
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:54pm listener james from westwood:

Ah, NICE call on this "Revolver" cut!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 12:55pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks, James.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:00pm Dominick:

This is chilling
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:01pm Guido from Cologne:

Hello everybody!
  Fri. 6/13/14 1:02pm rogue oats:

yo guido!
@nd was that scientology era?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:09pm duke:

Wikipedia has some info on ISB and scientology en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:09pm Mike East:

I just got this record at the record fair. So goddamn good. I was singing Ballad of El Goodo on the bus ride in.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:11pm Mike East:

...and good afternoon, hinkydinkers.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:11pm Uncle Michael:

mike, it resists cliche status because it NEVER gets old
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:12pm Uncle Michael:

Mike, have you seen the recent Dean Ween story on Dangerous Minds? Was that *you*???
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:13pm listener james from westwood:

Just got a call looking for someone with my name. They were actually looking for a Florida Teabagger who's made a habit of disrupting town meetings and citing George Zimmerman as a defense for attacking someone with a shovel. I can only imagine what the call was about.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:15pm Uncle Michael:

"Sorry, I already have a shovel, thanks."
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:15pm Dominick:

Oh my! The Rugbys
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:17pm listener james from westwood:

Oooh! One of my favorite bits of stock music! Star star star!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:18pm Uncle Michael:

I don't play near enough library music.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:21pm Uncle Michael:

am I off the air?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:23pm pacific standard simon:

Not unless you're being mirrored by pirates who are copying your playlist.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:23pm Jeff Golick:

[Wut Simon says.]
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:24pm Uncle Michael:

Ok, as long as they don't deviate from the plan.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:24pm Mike East:

@UM - I didn't, but I just looked it up. I'd put my money on it being SIR ...they get all the big shot client's like Santana and GMA, although I did work at GMA once doing backline.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:24pm Uncle Michael:

Coming up, a familiar singer as you haven't often heard him...
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:25pm still b/p:

Among the salvage from former workplace is stack of production music on vinyl. Now what the hell am I going to do with it? When the hell would I transfer it? And it's all still subject to the licensing requirements, vintage or not. There it sits.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:25pm Uncle Michael:

still b/p, want my shipping address?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:27pm pacific standard simon:

This reminds me, I have a great "talking blues" number for you about getting drafted, by a 40s & 50s DJ named Red (I forget his last name).
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:27pm Uncle Michael:

Little Richard...*singing*.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:28pm pacific standard simon:

It was recorded with Speedy West.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:28pm Uncle Michael:

Must hear that, Simon.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:29pm pacific standard simon:

Shouldn't be too hard to find on my hard drive.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:29pm efd:

I was trying to figure out why "You, I" sounded so familiar and realized it's because I bought a comp that has that song a few months ago and it's been in rotation on my iPhonePod. Enjoying the show, UM!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:30pm Uncle Michael:

must not be the mess mine is
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:32pm pacific standard simon:

Red Blanchard, that was his name. He inspired the career of Nervous Norvus, who was a devoted listener to his show.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:36pm Uncle Michael:

Hi efd, and thanks!

Inspiring NN is some claim to fame!
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:36pm still b/p:

Shippin'...? Maybe, Uncle Michael. Much of the music is from Network -- you know, with tracks such as Winning Momentum, Morning Mist, Rio Grande Getaway...suitable for not much more than flights of spoofery. A handful of other discs from Major Production Music and Valentino. Then there's the CBS Sound Library records, which I really do want to get transferred for myself.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:37pm Uncle Michael:

Sounds like fun stuff.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:39pm pacific standard simon:

Before I go, one last Friday the 13th thought -- I was born on Saturday the 14th, in Wichita, at 12:55 in the morning -- but, Pacific Daylight Time, it was still the 13th. Wonder if my mom held back?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:40pm Uncle Michael:

that was your lucky break! take care Simon.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:42pm Dominick:

Great blog about stock music used in early Hanna-Barbera TV cartoons
yowpyowp.blogspot.com
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:43pm listener james from westwood:

"Saturday the 14th" was a good not-good movie.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:44pm Uncle Michael:

I look forward to reading that, Dominick. Thanks.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:44pm pacific standard simon:

What do you expect from a French prison break movie?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:45pm Uncle Michael:

Quick capture for all of them?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:49pm Guido from Cologne:

*LOL*
US-Mercury?
must be ... 1958 ...
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 1:50pm still b/p:

..Quick capture shortly after a luncheon on the grass goes horribly wrong.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:51pm Mike East:

My name is Mike East and I approve this set.
  Fri. 6/13/14 1:54pm rogue oats:

design is free & so are we!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 1:56pm listener james from westwood:

I _have_ seen someone use the entire tray as the plate for the salad bar, as though they had a cow waiting back at their table. (Due disclosure: LJFW = experienced destroyer of Vegas buffets.)
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:02pm Uncle Michael:

Maybe it was a $2000 a night cow.
  Fri. 6/13/14 2:03pm rogue oats:

ha was that a bowie diss?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:04pm Uncle Michael:

I think SO, r.o. But I'd like to hear why *you* think so.
  Fri. 6/13/14 2:07pm rogue oats:

the jean genie snippet towards the end there, no? i didn't catch much of the other lyrics
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:07pm Parq:

Holy Ned, I almost left the room during a Dinah Washington track!
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 2:10pm Dominick:

Hokey smokes! Never heard this version
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:11pm Uncle Michael:

Heavy Randy
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:15pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello Unc & HDinkyers. Well Alex, you probably have by now!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:19pm Guido from Cologne:

Still try to get Betty's first album ...
  Fri. 6/13/14 2:20pm rogue oats:

haha
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:21pm Guido from Cologne:

.... I'm not into corrupt major entertainment industry ... that's what the FIFA is
  Fri. 6/13/14 2:22pm rogue oats:

@guido one of my proudest record grabbing moment was a few years back when i snagged a mint copy of 'they say i'm different' WITH POSTER for $8 at an nyc sidewalk sale
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:24pm Uncle Michael:

Since someone's bound to ask...this is carol kaye on the bass.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:24pm Guido from Cologne:

I also keep a collection of fabulously rediculous soccer songs.

Congrats Rogue!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:24pm listener james from westwood:

I don't follow soccer/football, but I work with a Yorkshireman graphic designer who took yesterday off for the first game. Not sure what club he follows from back in Blighty (he's in PA).
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:25pm Uncle Michael:

premiere league is kinda fun
  Fri. 6/13/14 2:26pm rogue oats:

supacool interactive from nytimes >
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/06/13/sports/worldcup/world-cup-balls.html
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:26pm Uncle Michael:

Does it start with a human head?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:28pm Guido from Cologne:

Brazilian favela residents announced street-soccer.
This is the best!
Back to the roots!
Switch off the TeeVee and soccer yerself!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:28pm listener james from westwood:

It's not civil unrest until they bring out those sound-based crowd suppressors. Or the "Soylent Green" people scoopers.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:29pm Uncle Michael:

Are the vuvuzelas out in force?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:31pm Guido from Cologne:

i don't hear any
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:31pm listener james from westwood:

They may be using dog vuvuzelas.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:31pm Uncle Michael:

Odd. I expect one would hear little else.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:33pm Guido from Cologne:

Yey! Mutantes!
Good idea!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:34pm Guido from Cologne:

Maybe prohibited or sth..
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:35pm Uncle Michael:

You give me too much credit. There are no ideas here. Though, there are no coincidences. Sometimes the patterns are more obvious.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 2:42pm Jeff Golick:

Heard something on the radio this morning re no vuvuzelas. Shakers instead. Can't find a link anywhere, though.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:42pm listener james from westwood:

"I just used this bed a minute ago" —Xaviera Hollander
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:46pm Uncle Michael:

Honestly, will anyone miss the vuvuzelas?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:47pm Uncle Michael:

Gonna use my allotted eight extra minutes today.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:48pm Artie:

You don't miss your Vuvuzela 'til it's gone.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:49pm Uncle Michael:

I think the spit valve on those is the horn.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:49pm Uncle Michael:

The bell?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

I got a powerful thirst.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:58pm ndbob:

How many Lost Jukebox collections are there - I think more then 200?
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:59pm ndbob:

excellent show UM!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 2:59pm Uncle Michael:

Yes...though I'm not sure Jeffrey Glenn compiled the ones after 180 or so.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 3:00pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Another great one today, UM. Marvelous S/T for walking wife's dog to Vet appt
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 3:01pm Uncle Michael:

I'm glad you all could be here. thank you. See you all next time!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 3:03pm listener james from westwood:

Aw, nuts, that was the last thing on the playlist! Helluva show, UM, and thanks!!
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 3:04pm Mike East:

the time just flew by. Thanks, Uncle Michael.
Avatar Fri. 6/13/14 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

Wonderbar. Thanks, UM. Nice smooth landing on this one.
Avatar    Fri. 6/13/14 3:06pm Uncle Michael:

bye folks...thanks again
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