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Favoriting January 22, 2022

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Artist Track Album Year Comments New / Special Approx. start time
Hank Levine & His Orchestra w/ Timothy Leary  Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience   Favoriting   1961 / 1966      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Mott The Hoople  Death May Be Your Santa Claus   Favoriting Brain Capers  1971      0:02:22 (Pop-up)
Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society  Dancers Of Joy   Favoriting Eye On You  1980      0:07:12 (Pop-up)
MC5  Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)   Favoriting High Time  1971      0:10:16 (Pop-up)
Dave Douglas  Ruckus   Favoriting Witness  2001      0:15:37 (Pop-up)
Johnny Otis  Mambo Boogie   Favoriting Zoot Suit Riot!: Instrumental R'N'B Smash Hits of the 1950s  1951 / 2005  VAR    0:20:19 (Pop-up)
Leo Kottke  June Bug   Favoriting Mudlark  1971      0:23:05 (Pop-up)
[Captain Beefheart &] The Magic Band  Lick My Decals Off, Baby [track]   Favoriting Lick My Decals Off, Baby Outtakes  1970 / 2019      0:25:14 (Pop-up)
Memphis Slim  Fast Boogie   Favoriting Blues in the Mississippi Night  1947 / 2003  Wonderful album w/Big Bill Broonzy & Sonny Boy Williamson (the 1st)    0:27:59 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's Ranch" 

 

 

 

 

 

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Peter Howell & John Ferdinando  Tomorrow Come Someday   Favoriting Tomorrow Come Someday  1970 / 2008  OST    0:36:14 (Pop-up)
Left Banke  Barterers And Their Wives   Favoriting Walk Away Renée / Pretty Ballerina  1967  MONO    0:38:42 (Pop-up)
Sage & Seer  Pictures On A Sunday Afternoon   Favoriting Sage & Seer  1969 / 2021    ***   0:41:27 (Pop-up)
Shelagh McDonald  Crusoe   Favoriting Stargazer  1971      0:46:40 (Pop-up)
Ray Mason  I've Seen A Ghost   Favoriting Old School  2005      0:50:29 (Pop-up)
Trader Horne  In My Loneliness   Favoriting Morning Way  1970      0:53:20 (Pop-up)
Ronny & The Daytonas  Sandy   Favoriting Sandy  1966      0:55:43 (Pop-up)
Sagittarius  Another Time   Favoriting Present Tense  1968      0:58:27 (Pop-up)
Russell Potter  That Without Which   Favoriting A Stone's Throw  1979 / 2021    *   1:01:07 (Pop-up)
Constant Sound  Candy Egg   Favoriting Constant Sound  1968 / 2020      1:03:37 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's Ranch" 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jack McVea & His All-Stars  Open The Door, Richard!   Favoriting Open The Door, Richard!  1947 / 1984      1:10:24 (Pop-up)
Ben Smith  Blackstick Boogie   Favoriting East Coast Jive  1946 / 1994  VAR    1:13:22 (Pop-up)
Jack Brothers  Impression (sic)   Favoriting Coltrane King  1996      1:15:54 (Pop-up)
Moonlight Benjamin  Simido   Favoriting Simido  2020      1:18:57 (Pop-up)
James P. Johnson  Steeplechase Rag   Favoriting Parlor Piano Solos from Rare Piano Rolls  1917 / 1997      1:22:56 (Pop-up)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys  Too Busy   Favoriting Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing  1936 / 1999  VAR    1:25:22 (Pop-up)
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Someday Never Comes   Favoriting Mardi Gras  1972      1:27:56 (Pop-up)
Light Crust Doughboys  Blue Guitar   Favoriting Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing  1936 / 1999  VAR    1:31:44 (Pop-up)
Juana Molina  Medlong   Favoriting Segundo - 21st Anniversary Edition  2000 / 2021    *   1:34:33 (Pop-up)
Baby Dodds  Drum Improvisation   Favoriting   1946  Circle label b-side    1:37:45 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's Ranch" 

 

 

 

 

 

1:40:09 (Pop-up)
Cecil Payne  Martin Luther King, Jr.   Favoriting Zodiac  1968 / 1973  Strata East label    1:47:03 (Pop-up)
Cecil Payne  Blockbuster Boogie   Favoriting Zoot Suit Riot!: Instrumental R'N'B Smash Hits of the 1950s  1949 / 2005  VAR
His debut record
 
  1:54:03 (Pop-up)
Ronald Stein  "Max" from Track of The Vampire   Favoriting Monster Movie Music, Vol. 1  1966  VAR
see: monstermoviemusic.blogspot.com
 
  1:57:05 (Pop-up)
Chiles & Pettiford  The Joker   Favoriting Live At Jilly's  1965      1:59:06 (Pop-up)
Andrew Hill [w/John Gilmore]  Premonition   Favoriting Compulsion!!!!!  1967      2:02:15 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's Ranch" 

 

 

 

 

 

2:12:42 (Pop-up)
Herbie Nichols  The Third Stream [alt. take]   Favoriting The Complete Blue Note Recordings  1955 / 1997      2:17:33 (Pop-up)
Jimmie Revard and his Oklahoma Playboys  Dirty Dog   Favoriting Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing  1937 / 1999  VAR    2:22:40 (Pop-up)
Marvelows  I Do   Favoriting   1965  ABC single    2:25:09 (Pop-up)
Burl Ives  The Sun Shining Warm   Favoriting Station West  1948 / 2010  OST    2:27:28 (Pop-up)
Tom Shotton  Forever Home   Favoriting Forever Home  2021    *   2:30:59 (Pop-up)
Yo La Tengo w/David Greenberger & Terry Adams  Maxwell Snake   Favoriting David Greenberger: Near the Edge of the Penny Jar Spill  2000 / 2011  VAR    2:34:00 (Pop-up)
Duke Henderson  Lucy Brown   Favoriting Jumpin' & Jivin'  1955 / 1997      2:38:40 (Pop-up)
P.J. O'Connell  I Got Better   Favoriting Careful  2006      2:41:21 (Pop-up)
Brinsley Schwarz  Ugly Things   Favoriting The New Favorites Of...  1974      2:45:25 (Pop-up)
Mare Berger  Stardust   Favoriting The Moon Is Always Full  2020      2:48:14 (Pop-up)
Don Cherry  Luna Turca   Favoriting Om Shanti  1976 / 2020      2:53:17 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's Ranch" 

 

 

 

 

 

2:55:05 (Pop-up)
  Thanks to David Borks, Ron Jett, Doug Young & Pete Tomlinson


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Listener comments!

  10:53am
Robbie White:

Good morning Bob. I’m listening in MD.
  10:59am
dan:

Good morning
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Bob Brainen:

Robbie White of WOWD!
  11:00am
Jeff:

Morning Bob and the rest of you out there in radio land.
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Bob Brainen:

dan!
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Bob Brainen:

Jeff!
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wmfromD:

Mornin' Bob and all.
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chresti:

Morning Bob and Braineniacs!
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luka:

good morning everyone
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Bob Brainen:

wmfromD!
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chresti!
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Bob Brainen:

luka!
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duke:

Hi Bob and listeners
  11:03am
listener james from westwood:

Heya Bob and all!
  11:03am
dan:

An unofficial Christmas Carol
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Bob Brainen:

duke!
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listener james from westwood!
  11:05am
HopeWithFeathers:

Good morning Bob and all.
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Bob Brainen:

HopeWithFeathers!
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Joe M:

Good morning, all!
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Pauly from Clifton:

Good morning, Bob, folks!
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doctorjazz:

It's Mott to be good!
Hi Bob and Saturday listeners!
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Bob Brainen:

Joe M!
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TDK60:

Hello Bob. The Mighty Mott is here to save the day.
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Bob Brainen:

Pauly from Clifton!
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doctorjazz:

Love this Jackson!
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Bob Brainen:

doctorjazz!
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Bob Brainen:

TDK60!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Hullo !
...Trying to always remember to start last week's episode three hours before I tune into the live mainstream on Saturdays - but it's slipped my mind a few times
- also access to WiFis has been sporadic
...but wanted to pop in Live & say overall appreciating the Program As Ever & TY...
  11:10am
Gina Bacon:

Morning, Bob & all!
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Bob Brainen:

Revolution Rabbit Nov63!
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Bob Brainen:

Gina Bacon!
  11:13am
1whoknewcthulhu:

Good morning, Bob and all!
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Bob Brainen:

1whoknewcthulhu!
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listener Rey:

Good morning Bob, Gina and everyone listening this morning
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Bob Brainen:

listener Rey!
  11:22am
dan:

Is this where the Perry Como song lifted it's hook from?
  11:25am
CalZone!:

GM BB AND BRAINENIACS! Sorry I missed MTH but glad I caught the MC5 going fwd. Great launch set!
  11:25am
Gerry from Miami:

Mornin', BOB! Dang! Missed one of my favorite Mott the Hoople songs! But hearing some Leo Kottke makes up for it! Some kind of a slide player he is!
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zzz:

good (very cold but very sunny!) morning to DJ BB and all, everything sounding great
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SmokinJ:

bb! You rock brother! Hello faithful! 8-)
  11:28am
Gerry from Miami:

And now a piece from, in my opinion, the best Beefheart album ever, "Lick My Decals Off, Baby!" You're killing it today, Sir Brainiac!
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Bob Brainen:

CalZone! (!)
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Bob Brainen:

Gerry from Miami!
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Bob Brainen:

SmokinJ!
  11:30am
gene sculatti:

Great Kottke kut, Bob. New to me. Just bought it on iTunes. Thanx.
  11:32am
Gerry from Miami:

I have never seen that "outtakes: version of the Beefheart "Decals" set. Is it commercially available, an import maybe?
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listener james from westwood:

Cats cats cats!
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TDK60:

Memphis Slim, yet another Black American artist who went to Europe. Got more respect.
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Bob Brainen:

gene sculatti!
  11:38am
PT:

You weren’t kidding, BB, Dennis Thompson demolishes his drumkit on Skunk! Final track on the final (legit) MC5 album, and a killer sendoff.
  11:38am
dan:

Sounds like Nico singing
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Bob Brainen:

PT!
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wmfromD:

Mono!
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listener james from westwood:

Left Banke!
  11:42am
Natalie:

These last two songs are giving me life, Bob. Thank you!
  11:42am
Jeff:

Hey, I ain’t bragging, but I’ve seen every artist played during the first set live EXCEPT Hank Levine and his Orchestra. Might’ve seen Tim Leary in another dimension
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Bob Brainen:

Natalie!
  11:44am
Gerry from Miami:

A little "baroque" rock from the 60s. I remember an album(that sold very well, I might add) on Nonesuch called "The Baroque Beatles Book." Nonesuch was the classical arm of Elektra back then.
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listener 126464:

Good day, Bob, everyone!
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Bob Brainen:

listener 126464!
  11:53am
Patrick:

Hello Bob.Great song.Spent too many years on graveyard shift.Nothing more fun than standing on a Philadelphia street corner 1030 at night waiting for a bus.
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Bob Brainen:

Patrick!
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wmfromD:

That weird tympani hit. Great song.
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pgalub:

Hey Bob and everyone! Love Curt Boettcher!
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Bob Brainen:

pgalub!
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chresti:

Franco's in the next room video conferencing with a health coach. She played I Feel Good for the dancing portion of the class.
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DonJuanTijuana:

Hey Bob, Remembered to drop in to check out some groovy sounds!
  12:04pm
Robbie White:

That Russell Potter song is A+++
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Bob Brainen:

DonJuanTijuana!
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Will the Sound Guy:

hello Bob and all!!!
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Will the Sound Guy:

🐸 🐸 🐸
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chresti:

Hi Will and Charlotte, (Char or Lotte, for short?)
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Will the Sound Guy:

Cathy and I prefer Char... we'll see what she likes when she's older... not alot of input at 12days
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Will the Sound Guy:

pronounced as shar
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Bob Brainen:

Will the Sound Guy!
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chresti:

Shar is how I pronounced it in my head.
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Yes:

hey bob. afternoon all
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Will the Sound Guy:

yea, otherwise it just sounds like burnt wood... lol
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Bob Brainen:

Yes!
  12:12pm
Robbie White:

Open The Door Richard reminds me of NRBQ
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Will the Sound Guy:

kinda has a woody woodpecker hidden in the tune
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doctorjazz:

Ben Smith, don't know the name, cool track (does have a bit of Woody Woodpecker in there...)
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chresti:

I was gonna say with the burnt wood pronunciation, it could turn into "Woody"
  12:22pm
Gerry from Miami:

Bob, I heard you utter the Magic word, "McVouty." You should drop some Slim Gaillard on us where he sings in this "far out" jazzy language he invented called "Vout-o-reenee." I actually saw a short dictionary Gaillard wrote for this made-up "jive talk." Very interesting and funny!
  12:26pm
Listener Robert:

I can't be the only listener who heard Woody Woodpecker in the ha-ha-ha-ha-ha piece a few back.
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chresti:

Will and doc heard it too, Robert
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Bob Brainen:

Listener Robert!
  12:29pm
Listener Robert:

Ha, could've saved myself some trouble by looking at the comments line earlier!
  12:30pm
Listener Robert:

I mean the comments THREAD.
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doctorjazz:

Yee HaH!
  12:34pm
Listener Robert:

But I do hear a lot of things in a lot of things. Sometimes they're resemblances nobody else thinks are resemblances. Other times they're clever quotes, like those two from the "Mothers-in-Law" theme that i heard in a fairly recent piece someone here played about a couple years ago.
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chresti:

LR same here, always recognize things in other things song-wise
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chresti:

*it means you are a good listener
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Will the Sound Guy:

🎶👍🐸🐸🐸
  12:40pm
Listener Robert:

It was "Spectrum" by Atomic Forest that was played on 3 different WFMU programs in early February of 2020. You know they had to have put that in for some nut like me to recognize, and they made it difficult by disguising it but clearly were not ripping it off.
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chresti:

Baby Dodds reminded me of Moondog
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(Mr) Bill:

Better late than never....
  12:43pm
Listener Robert:

Do any of the rest of you ever notice these things that constitute almost inside jokes in music -- not truly inside, because it's all PUBLIC knowledge, but just OBSCURE AND OBSCURED? Like they want to see who gets it?
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Will the Sound Guy:

I definitely hear things inside of other things... eg: the same beat, bass line, or melody... sometimes when a sample contains something, I'll hear both the original song and the song with the sample including lyrics in my head.
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Bob Brainen:

(Mr)Bill!
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DonJuanTijuana:

Great tunes selection Bob! Really enjoying these on a Sat afternoon.
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Bob Brainen:

Listener Robert, are you talking when artists quote other pieces of music, like the Jazz cats do?
  12:52pm
Listener Robert:

Yes, exactly, Bob. But especially when they quote in ways that very few will recognize, but they're hoping some will catch on and maybe chuckle a bit.

Friends think I don't really appreciate art because I approach it analytically, as a scientist. It's just the kick I get out of it.
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chresti:

I love it when jazz cats quote other songs.
  12:54pm
Listener Robert:

And then there are times I suspect pieces of actually being ripped off, like Knotwork's (Blood Axis) music to go with "Wulf and Eadacher" that sounds so much like Morton Gould's main theme to "World War 1".
  12:56pm
Listener Robert:

I was at a performance of theirs and they denied knowledge of that predecessor piece of music, which I think WAS before their time and that, as a theme to a documentary TV series, they'd've had no reason to hear repeated years later.
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chresti:

Maybe you could be an "expert witness" for copyright cases, LR.
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doctorjazz:

I'm big on catching quotes, references, similarities, "borrowings". It's likely they're not all deliberate (there are only 12 notes, and stuff one hears early in life likely hangs out somewhere in the grey matter), but it's fun noticing these things. Yesterday Doug played a free jazz track by a group called Fire!, which used a bass line with 1 note jumped an octave apart, sounded just like "My Sharona" to me (which of course I posted).
  1:01pm
Listener Robert:

The resemblance NOBODY else hears because it's at such a high degree of abstraction is that of "Promises" by Barreracudas to "You May Think I'm Crazy" by the Cars.
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chresti:

I think it's fair game if it's 3 bars?
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doctorjazz:

I love You May Think...by the Cars, don't know Promises, will have to check it out on the Tube of the You...
  1:03pm
Listener Robert:

Chresti, I was empaneled for a jury for a VISUAL copyright case, but I wasn't selected. I have too much interest and experience from both sides to be picked as a juror.
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doctorjazz:

It can be a fine line between rip off and fair use/homage/influence. Just ask the George Harrison Estate.
  1:05pm
Listener Robert:

Doctorjazz, I'd suggest either SoundCloud or WFMU archives to do that comparison. But YouTube does have the video of "You May Think I'm Crazy".
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doctorjazz:

I have the Cars album with it, but I'll search the archives of FMU later, of course, can't cut out on Andrew Hill)
  1:10pm
Listener Robert:

This is also why Peter Schickele gets a rise out of me.
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chresti:

I think giving credit to the source gets you off the hook.
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doctorjazz:

LR-is it this track at 0:23:29
wfmu.org...
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coelacanth∅:

greetings Bob and all
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listener james from westwood:

First version of "The Joker" I heard was from my mom's Mendes/Brasil '66 collection. Very much dug today's version!
  1:16pm
Listener Robert:

Doctorjazz, I was listening to that program yesterday, but I don't remember that piece that I see was around 10 AM, although I may have noted it mentally at the time. Got to listen again.
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doctorjazz:

I did take a listen to that track, Promises, it must be the one you're referencing LR. I hear what you hear-most of the song is not the same, but the verse does have the same chords, melody, and feel of the verses of the Cars song.
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doctorjazz:

That part DOES jump out, though.
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Yes:

😎
  1:20pm
Listener Robert:

Oh, "Promises" got a LOT of play on WFMU when it was new. Its CD cover is a cute copy of that of the otherwise unrelated "Promises, Promises".
  1:22pm
Listener Robert:

Right, the relationship is THEMATIC. The subject matter of the lyrics, the electronic sounds, other things about it evoke the FEELING of the Cars.
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doctorjazz:

Where else can you go from Herbie Nichols to Dirty Dog, I ask you?
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doctorjazz:

...to I Do, I'm Kvelling!
  1:26pm
Listener Robert:

Where else? Oh, probably on Gaylord Fields, or various other select company here.
  1:28pm
Listener Robert:

But they wouldn't go from there to sound track music!
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doctorjazz:

True, I meant all FMU in my "where else".
I'd probably put The Barreracudas Promises in the sly tribute/inside joke category. They likely put it in knowingly, with a wink to anyone who caught it.
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doctorjazz:

Trying to get some boring reading I need to do for work done, show is NOT helping any.
  1:38pm
Listener Robert:

No way I'd've found "Sharona" in that, doctorjazz. That's an ear!
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Will the Sound Guy:

LR & DrJ that's a big reason why I listen to many programs on WFMU and the streams. there is such a diversity amongst all the DJ'S and programs that I can keep all my music needs in check. I like many different things for different reasons... Sometimes similarities, borrowing, name checks, nods, subtitle references, obvious grabs, quick samples, ect are explained... other times they are just hanging in the breeze. Such an incredible vault of knowledge between the DJ'S and the commenting listeners...
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listener 126464:

It's OK to like Nick Lowe.
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doctorjazz:

I've always really liked Nick Lowe, has that become controversial? (now, liking Rod Stewart, that could be an issue, at least after Early Rod).
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doctorjazz:

Watta Voice on Mare Berger!
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doctorjazz:

(one of those pretty-ugly voice that is really moving)
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doctorjazz:

Only available as a download on Bandcamp, sad (for this physical media guy)
marielberger.bandcamp.com...
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Will the Sound Guy:

yea, this easy to listen to...
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doctorjazz:

You can see by my comments how much time I'm spending in my reading assignment...
  1:55pm
dan:

Great show Bob
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Will the Sound Guy:

yes, you can tell by my comments how many shelves I've been building and how many things I've moved from upstairs to the basement... been on the Couch listening to the tunes that Bob has been playing for us! Thank you Bob for the tunes!!!
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doctorjazz:

Thanks for interfering with my reading, Bob, great music! (teach me to have FMU on when trying to get something like this done).
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listener 126464:

Great show, thanks Bob.
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(Mr) Bill:

Thanks for making a cold and sunny day warm and sunnier, Bob.
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duke:

Thanks Bob
  1:57pm
Jeff:

Thanks Bob
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wmfromD:

Great show Bob!
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listener james from westwood:

Thanks, Bob!!
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Gina Bacon:

Thanks, Bob! I've been listening while doing my Saturday stuff!
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Yes:

thanks bob!
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Wendy S:

Never heard of Ray Mason - very cool song :)
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