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Options August 19, 2009: Jeremy Wallace Trio in-studio performance

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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)
Elmore Judd  Bass Bully   Options Unborn Again  0:03:48 (Pop-up)
Lava Children  Troll   Options self-titled  0:07:28 (Pop-up)
John Costello  Take Four   Options Giants of Jazz  0:12:19 (Pop-up)
The Black Swans  I.D.W.2 F.   Options Sex Brain EP  0:18:14 (Pop-up)
Fern Kinney  Baby Let Me Kiss You   Options Groove Me  0:20:47 (Pop-up)
Pink Lemonade  Music is Love   Options The Love EP  0:28:54 (Pop-up)
Lee Morgan  Trapped   Options The Gigolo  0:35:48 (Pop-up)
Arthur Whelan  My Brother Makes the Noises for the Talkies   Options Songs the Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us  0:41:47 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Brosch and His Happy Country Boys  Since I Met You Baby   Options Slow Music: Texas Bohemia 2  0:44:30 (Pop-up)
Johnny Paycheck  Late and Great Me / (Pardon Me) I've Got Someone to Kill   Options The Little Darlin' Sessions  0:48:19 (Pop-up)
THE JEREMY WALLACE TRIO live  Jeremy Wallace (voc, gtr); Matt Gruenberg (bass); Tom Costagliola (percussion)   Options engineered by JOE BELOCK  0:52:41 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Broke & Hungry   Options live here in the studio  0:54:29 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Casey Jones   Options live here in the studio  1:00:41 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Virginia   Options live here in the studio  1:04:12 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Johnny   Options live here in the studio  1:11:50 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Samson & Delilah   Options live here in the studio  1:21:16 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Stephanie's Kitchen   Options live here in the studio  1:27:20 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Death Letter Blues   Options live here in the studio  1:33:44 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  $1.49   Options live here in the studio  1:39:56 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Back Door Man   Options live here in the studio  1:45:34 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Gotta Get Back   Options live here in the studio  1:49:31 (Pop-up)
The Jeremy Wallace Trio  Goin' Down   Options live here in the studio  1:54:37 (Pop-up)
Los Falcons  Cumbia de Sal   Options Cumbias Cumbias  2:06:36 (Pop-up)
Edmundo Arias  Cumbia Que Te Vas De Ronda   Options Cumbias Cumbias   
Was (Not Was)  Earth to Doris   Options What Up, Dog?  2:07:11 (Pop-up)
My Robot Friend (with Dean Wareham)  By Your Side   Options Soft-core  2:09:20 (Pop-up)
Bruce Haack  Thank You   Options Hush LIttle Robot  2:12:46 (Pop-up)
The Dukes of Stratosphear  What In The World?? (demo)   Options 25 O'Clock (complete recordings edition + bonus tracks)  2:14:26 (Pop-up)
Pikelet  Hi Guitar / This Much Rain in Perth / There Will Be Others   Options USA/EU EP  2:17:52 (Pop-up)
Dave Van Ronk & the Hudson Dusters  Clouds (From Both Sides Now)   Options Dave Van Ronk & the Hudson Dusters  2:22:58 (Pop-up)
Lava Children  Particles   Options self-titled  2:27:35 (Pop-up)
Cream  Blue Condition (alternate vocal)   Options Disraeli Gears (remastered edition)  2:31:18 (Pop-up)
Amy Annelle  Ode to a Lone Bird   Options The Cimarron Banks  2:38:48 (Pop-up)
Michele Corino & His Cordovox  The Portugese Washerwoman   Options Music to Remember  2:41:46 (Pop-up)
Lee Boice  Ceremony   Options Sacred Spaces  2:44:18 (Pop-up)
Nigel Bunn  Fishious Ikonicous   Options Index  2:50:30 (Pop-up)
The Clientele  Girl From Somewhere   Options Bookshop Casanova  2:53:49 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:04pm annie:

lay it on me baby!!!
  3:05pm PMD:

Annie's got her gun!
  3:09pm Parq:

Irwin, have you heard the "Human Skab" release yet? A couple of your colleagues have been playing it. It's apparently a 10-year-old boy who is clearly Amanda's spiritual kin.
  3:10pm Goose:

Great song!
  3:11pm Irwin:

Played Skab in '86 when it first came out and played it last week.
  3:11pm Irwin:

P.S. Amanda is WAY BETTA!
  3:14pm BSI:

Amanda conquers all usurpers!
Howdy Irwin, nice to see you in my ear canals again.
  3:14pm GP:

Sorry...I was distracted listing to archive of the Tom Scharpling show about the Juggalo Festivus, but I am here now ready to listen.
  3:17pm still b/p:

Referred to co-worker's wife by wrong name of Amanda yesterday. Weemonic possession.
  3:18pm lux:

"PIN number" is redundant, as PIN stands for Personal Identification Number. Just though you'd like to know since you are a perfectionist!

Great show!
  3:18pm Parq:

>>Amanda is WAY BETTA<<

No argument from me there. I was just thinking how lucky you were to spend time with 'Manda and her bro. The clips you aired and the pics you posted make them seem like delightful company.
  3:19pm Parq:

I always try to remember my PIN number when I go to the ATM machine.
  3:20pm Department of Redundancy Department:

Lux, yeah we'll talk about bonuses at the end of the quarter.
  3:21pm Ike:

Lux, will you also please take over from me as the self-appointed apostrophe abuse fighter around here? I've lost most of my will to live.
  3:25pm PMD:

Irwin, that's what you get when you channel Andy.
  3:26pm Parq:

Ike, I got a link for ya.

  3:28pm BSI:

I gotta know.
Ike, where do you stand on the contentious issue of the use of serial commas? Seriously!
  3:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I like Ike. I support his pursuit of correct and proper grammar.
  3:31pm Marshall Stacks:

You know what would be a great segue? Mark Turns.

Just sayin'.
  3:32pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I was so absorbed in work I didn't even realize Irwin was on the air until I heard That Voice, and thought, "Wait, is that Amanda?"
  3:34pm Ike:

Thank you for your support! I am regaining the will to live. Oh no, wait, there it goes again.

BSI, I love serial commas, but their absence does not reduce me to a blubbering mess in the same way that apostrophe abuse does. Parq, that would be fine grammatical vigilantism... except that proper names are allowed to drop apostrophes. Oops!
  3:35pm Denise in Washington, DC:

And I thought the Brits regularly use names that omit apostrophes where we Amurkins would have used them (if, that is, we were paying attention to such things).

I think I got lost in my own sentence there.
  3:36pm BSI:

Andy was excommunicated!
  3:36pm PMD:

It was a tragedy when Andy's account was suspended.
  3:37pm north guinea hills:

weird, i remember dj'ing vic thrill's ep release party back in 2004 in the chelsea hotel. i didn't know they were still around. nice lads, and i still use the record they gave me.
  3:38pm Irwin:

Stacks: Got a whole new Mark Turns CD!! Passions v. 2. It'll have to wait til next week, unless I can squeeze some in after the JW3. A bit chaotic here today. (More than usual.)
  3:38pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Ike, if you are an Apostrophe Enforcer, I assume you're familiar with this cartoon: http://www.angryflower.com/bobsqu.gif
  3:38pm annie:

see, i had no idea it was suspended.. i just thought he went on FB hiatus!! dong sun hung around... lurking..
  3:38pm BSI:

Excellent, sir Ike.
I, for one, am a vigilant serial-comma advocate... which is worthless, actually, since I'm in the art dept. and have nothing to do with edit.

As for that "will to live" thing, it's overrated. Should that be hyphenated? Egad!
  3:39pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I demand more Mark Turns!
  3:39pm north guinea hills:

W/o the likes of Ike, we'd be approaching the grammatical anarchy event horizon w/ more haste.
  3:41pm BSI:

...I can't locate my hyphen!
  3:41pm annie:

i stopped saying anything about bad apostrophe placement.. .. so rampant.. so many apostrophes, so little time. but i wish bryce would remove the apostrophe from his blurb "cd's" ??? huh??
  3:42pm Denise in Washington, DC:

For those who prefer shorter URLs, try this: http://tinyurl.com/angrybob
  3:43pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Damn. Sorry. Can't get it to give me a non-breaking URL.
  3:43pm GP:

It could be worse. The message board could devolve into Twitterisms and text message gramarchy.
I must be approaching fogeydom as I can no longer the kids text messages.
  3:44pm GP:

I can no longer <decipher> the kids text messages.
  3:45pm Asta:

A paws trophy?
  3:46pm Ike:

Thanks Denise! That's nifty.

NGH, "grammatical anarchy event horizon" -- I love it! Ah, incomprehensible event horizons. Ever read Charles Stross?
  3:46pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I am a passionate supporter of the serial comma.
  3:48pm Marshall Stacks:

Thanks, Irwin. I just found a trove of Mark Turns poetry on the subject of the great film Vanishing Point. This has forced me me to reconsider his entire booty - er, body - of work.
  3:49pm Marshall Stacks:

"Me me" - attention Department of Redundancy Department.
  3:53pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I think I am going to use this Johnny Paycheck song as background music for a dinner party and see whether anyone notices.
  3:57pm mb:

"I like Joe Belock a lot."
  4:06pm KW:

Great stuff. JW trio awesome as always
  4:09pm annie:

i love the lyrics to this song
  4:10pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Hey, Jeremy Wallace Trio. Come to Washington, D.C. and play for me!
  4:13pm Cynthia:

Sounds great Jeremy!
  4:13pm KW:

Hey Irwin
This is that fantastic song I was talking about
  4:15pm annie:

i really love this music!!!
  4:18pm GP:

This song is great. Did they write this "Johnny" song?

Where are they from?
  4:23pm annie:

i just put jeremy wallace trio in youtube.. a few nice selections..
  4:23pm Andy:

Hey Irwin these guys are great! I played with the drummer Tom in CT and his brother Lenny in the Staggered band
  4:33pm Ike:

Great performance!
  4:34pm rz:

Jeremy is more of a smoke signals kinda guy!
  4:34pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I can't get the stream to work for longer than about two seconds at a time. Boo hiss. Missed most of JW3.
  4:36pm Cheryl in Upstate NY:

May I request a song? $1.49
  4:39pm PMD:

Great music!
  4:40pm Cheryl:

I've been listening with rapt attention to the entire broadcast. He's one of my favorites!
  4:40pm GP:

Ya'll need to come on down to Texas.
  4:45pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Seriously, when are you guys going to get your butts down to DC or NoVa?
  4:47pm daevid:

Great sound! I'm in Montclair - do you give guitar lessons?
  4:48pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I always loved the line "I ate more chicken any man ever seen." That's MY side of the tracks.....
  4:49pm Ike:

I'm guessing that Irwin misinterpreted Annie's 4:23 comment about YouTube. This kind of "putting in" = searching existing videos (I think). Nobody should be scared that Annie is going to grab them and put them inside YouTube. Anyway, we wouldn't all fit.
  5:00pm annie:

ike, you rule,, ..
  5:01pm GP:

Never underestimate Annie's power of molecular transformation to enable human transport in and through the Interwebs.
  5:04pm annie:

i amaze me.
  5:10pm Parq:

"Earth to Doris" is a favorite! Often, my wife or I will snarl "that's *perfect" on this cold, dim fluorescent morning!"
  5:21pm Denise in Washington, DC:

As much as I like this music, I think something's missing, and that something is . . . Mark Turns.
  5:24pm annie:

would you be upset if i turned this off in favor of a movie and dinner? great show today irwin!! and i still amaze me. see all you wonderful people tomorrow am.
  5:24pm annie:

oh wait.. when this is over.
  5:25pm annie:

i am friends with one of his old girlfriends on FB..
  5:26pm Parq:

In the liner notes to the "Sunday Street" album, Van Ronk commented that he always included a Joni Mitchell song on each album. For that, we can all be grateful.
  5:37pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Whose girlfriend, annie?
  5:39pm annie:

dave van ronk.. one of MY fave performers..
  1:57am Mitchell:

I have looked for this cover of Clouds (Both Sides Now) for a decade. Many many thanks
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