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Options August 12, 2009: Going postal. Return to sender.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Magnetic Fields  All the Umbrellas in London   Options Get Lost  0:03:32 (Pop-up)
Wesley (age 5)  Folsom Prison Blues   Options from YT  0:07:22 (Pop-up)
Johnny Paycheck  Lovin' Machine   Options The Real Mr. Heartache: The Little Darlin' Years  0:09:10 (Pop-up)
Great Northern  Story   Options Remind Me Where the Light Is  0:11:31 (Pop-up)
Jeremy Wallace Trio  Broke & Hungry   Options Suicide Suitcase  0:17:42 (Pop-up)
Daniel Johnston  Her Blues   Options Continued Story, Hi, How Are You?  0:21:37 (Pop-up)
The Comforts of Madness  Tools   Options Röhren  0:23:19 (Pop-up)
Mark Turns  Passions, tracks 11 & 16   Options Passions I (lilgoat.com)  0:24:11 (Pop-up)
James Kochalka Superstar  It Itches   Options Evil Wings  0:26:17 (Pop-up)
Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang  The Wolf Wobble   Options Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti  0:28:27 (Pop-up)
Blue Charlie  I'm Gonna Kill That Hen   Options Killer Swamp Blues Guitar  0:31:29 (Pop-up)
Stereolab  Fuses   Options Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night  0:37:37 (Pop-up)
Scott Walker  30 Century Man / Funeral Tango   Options Scott 3  0:41:02 (Pop-up)
Marlon Simon and the Nagual Spirits  Rumba a la Patato   Options Rumba a la Patato  0:45:25 (Pop-up)
Max Roach  Conversation   Options Deeds, Not Words  0:51:01 (Pop-up)
Stu Brown's Raymond Scott Project (Tom Gibbs: piano)  Egyptian Barn Dance   Options Twisted Toons  0:54:50 (Pop-up)
The Nelories  Banana   Options The Nelories (Hello Recording Club April 1993)  1:02:07 (Pop-up)
The Clientele  Bookshop Casanova   Options God Save The Clientele  1:05:12 (Pop-up)
Stereophonic Space Sounds Unlimited  Funky Planet (from Mission Nr. 12)   Options SSSU Plays Lost TV Themes  1:08:55 (Pop-up)
People Like Us  What's Love   Options Love Is This (compilation)  1:11:26 (Pop-up)
Mark Turns  Passions, tracks 19-20   Options Passions I (lilgoat.com)  1:15:53 (Pop-up)
Adolph Hofner (vocal: Darlene Hofner)  I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time   Options Slow Music: Texas Bohemia II  1:18:58 (Pop-up)
Jeremy Wallace  I'm Your Man   Options She Used To Call Me Honey  1:21:16 (Pop-up)
Fountains of Wayne  Go, Hippie   Options Utopia Parkway  1:30:05 (Pop-up)
Hot Lava  Apple+Option+Fire   Options Lavaology  1:33:54 (Pop-up)
Pikelet  Bryson   Options USA/EU EP  1:36:39 (Pop-up)
Pink Lemonade  Fashionista   Options The Love EP  1:41:36 (Pop-up)
Amanda  Mrs. Quad   Options Rarities  1:44:25 (Pop-up)
Nigel Bunn  Sea Goose   Options Index  1:48:32 (Pop-up)
Swan Dive  Honolulu Lulu   Options Mayfair  1:51:34 (Pop-up)
Sophie Tucker  Aren't Women Wonderful   Options Some of These Days  1:54:29 (Pop-up)
Horace Silver  Gregory is Here   Options The Best of Horace Silver Vol. 2  2:01:40 (Pop-up)
Aime Llano Gonzalez  Cumbia en Azul   Options Cumbias Cumbias  2:09:44 (Pop-up)
Mark Turns  Passions, tracks 24-25   Options Passions I (lilgoat.com)  2:12:31 (Pop-up)
Michael J.son  Falling Over Seven Times (But Getting Up Eight)   Options Love Is This (compilation)  2:14:12 (Pop-up)
Human Skab  Bodies Will Get Down   Options Stay Thirsty (ltd ed LP)  2:18:06 (Pop-up)
Sneaky Feelings  Trouble With Kay   Options In Love With These Times  2:20:26 (Pop-up)
Bailter Space  Fused   Options Thermos  2:22:13 (Pop-up)
Koichi Sugii  Yasuki-Bushi / Tairyo-Bushi / Oiwake   Options Salon Music 1938-1941  2:33:25 (Pop-up)
Lord Macbeth  Cab Calloway   Options Calypso Holiday  2:42:48 (Pop-up)
Carson Robison  Get Your Gun And Come Along (We're Fixin' to Kill a Skunk)   Options Armed Forces Day  2:46:01 (Pop-up)
Amy Annelle  Nightjars' Blues   Options The Cimarron Banks  2:51:22 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:01pm Irwin Chusid:

1ist comint n myh oen sho wwwwoooooo. gotta wriet faSt to get it in; on tiem
  3:02pm BSI:

Irwin is GOD.
That's right, you heard me.
  3:05pm anther old mn:

We like the Irwin, don't we.
  3:06pm Irwin:

welcome all old men and elderly ladies to the listener chatshack
  3:08pm Fritz:

This is the first comment not written by Irwin, but yeh, he has a great show and I've spent hours and hours enjoying the archives.
  3:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

...another afternoon of wackiness, I presume?
  3:09pm Maria (not the DJ):

Old ladies in Athens GA say oh yeah
  3:09pm tombom:

keep government out of my medicare
  3:10pm Laura L:

Everybody got their Polydent? Don't want to lose your partial at the chatshack.
  3:10pm BSI:

I thought Christ on a Crutch did the definitive cover of Folsom Prison Blues.... until WESLEY came along!
  3:10pm Ike:

What a five-star radio day. Sara Jaffe does a great fill-in, plus now we get Irwin making comments, hooting in the background, and playing the best cover of "Folsom Prison Blues" ever. And I normally can't stand "funny" singing children.
  3:10pm jan:

Wesley is great, such a crooner compared to amanda, but can you play more magnetic fields, please?
  3:11pm Janet H:

speaking of Folsom Prison Blues...... i played it today over the intercom at work today..it was great!
  3:12pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I sang Folsom Prison Blues karaoke at my sister's wedding. I'd be famous now if I had recorded it for youtube.
  3:12pm Lou Pearlman:

Can I get Wesley's number?
  3:13pm The Old Codgess:

Mourning the demise of Willy De Ville, only Amanda could cheer me up
  3:13pm Ike:

Now THAT is real country music. Oh and hey, it's Great Northern. That was a wacky segue. I like.
  3:16pm BSI:

I totally understand if you think Amanda has been done enough, but, I mean, jeez..... tomorrow is my BIRTHDAY for cryin' out loud, and I could use a dose of CONCRETE NIPPLES, if you dig...
  3:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

everybody shut up now, he's talking!
  3:21pm Yuwen:

Yes! Romantic Affirmation!
  3:23pm still b/p:

Maybe sophisticated audio sampling/reassembling tricks could conjure Amanda singing the Beatles' "Birthday" -- aw, there...can't you hear it?
  3:26pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Oh Jeeeeesus!
  3:27pm The Old Codgess:

What a catch this here Mark, he's a smooooth talker
  3:28pm Marshall Stacks:

Irwin, we choose you.
You're a DJ that makes a man cry.
  3:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Irwin's large behind is part of the reason I was attracted to him in the first place.
  3:34pm Marshall Stacks:

Truly, DCE. Who among us can't say that?
  3:36pm BSI:

I certainly don't need any "exotic books or magazines with pitchers" right now.
  3:40pm Irwin:

I iz sittin on my reezin rite nau.
  3:45pm BSI:

this funeral tango has put "NEXT" by Sensational Alex Harvey Band in my head, which means it'll be there for about three weeks..... thanks....
  3:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Audacious Scott Walker. So audacious.
  3:47pm mat:

there is a french guy who sings this song- george brassens, maybe?
  3:52pm thelma:

Jacques Brel the author or Tango Funebre
  3:53pm Easily misled:

K, I totally just read the title of the last song as "Rumba a la Potato," and I couldn't understand exactly why one would write a dance song about potatoes.
  4:00pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Oh, I'd write about potatoes, maybe not a rumba, though. You can fry, boil, scallop, mash....
  4:01pm su amigo:

Usted dice potato,
Yo digo patata..
  4:02pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that works in English almost as well as Spanish.
  4:03pm National weather service:

Hey bro our wires busted... its gonna rain.
  4:07pm Laura L:

The Clientele--thank you!
  4:10pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I love that thing they always do...
  4:10pm lust in translation:

Bookshop Casanova = bibliotickler?
  4:20pm BSI:

Mark Turns is phenomenal.
He's like the perfect mix of Steven Covey and Francis E. Dec with a tiger-striped fur sofa.
  4:21pm jan:

sure would like to see the record jacket for Mark Turns- is there a photo of him and his love?
  4:22pm Irwin:

pics of mark @ lilgoat.com
  4:26pm Ike:

Wow, he's also the "author of... 3 theories." Huh?!
  4:30pm PMD:

It's Irwin! Poor Irwin. No FB fun.
  4:32pm Anonymous:

  4:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Irwin's straight, not like Hippie Jonnie.
  4:35pm mark fisher:

OMG! That was Mark Turns! how the hell did you find him? I thought he was Columbus' dirty funny little secret.
  4:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

We've got a funny dirty little secret in Cleveland now...Marc James...he's gunna BLOW UP BIG, man!!
  4:47pm PMD:

Oh, thank you for Amanda.
  4:48pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this must've been an early version, she's still tripping over the words!
  4:50pm BSI:

aah. lovely.
it may yet be a happy burp-day.....
  4:52pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

haunting music about...a...sea goose, whatever that is.
  4:58pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Yes, they are, and with that, I bid you goodnight!
  5:03pm BSI:

Andy is a total Grobschnitt fan.
  5:07pm jan:

didn't go to woodstock, instead wrecked my sister's car. What about
a film about Woodstock by Ang Lee- what's in it for him? Seems like a curiosity at best.
  5:24pm bsy:

Pete Hamm, You were tortured, and a beautiful soul. You will not be forgotten.

We live, ... on
  5:25pm Marshall Stacks:

Great Bailter Space album & track. Thanks, Irwin.
  5:40pm Dan:

Love this Asian pop orchestral stuff. A lot of it (inadvertently) anticipates the Les Baxter sound...
  5:44pm Laura L:

Domo arigato for the rovrey music from Koichi Sugii-san.
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