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Options August 28, 2011: Ridin' The Storm with Clay Pigeon & Julie (for Joe McGasko and Mary Wing)

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Artist Track Album
REO Speedwagon  Ridin' The Storm   Options  
Bob Dylan  Blowin' In the Wind   Options  
Paul McCartney  Beware My Love   Options  
Yes  I've Seen All Good People   Options  
The Who  Reign O'er Me   Options  
David Bowie  Wild is the Wind   Options  
Jethro Tull  Locomotive Breath   Options  
Maire Brennan  Against the Wind   Options  
Cat Stevens  The Wind   Options  
The Doors  Riders on the Storm   Options  
Scott Walker  It's Raining Today   Options  
Tony Bennett  Here's that Rainy Day   Options  
Sarah Brightman  When It Rains in America   Options  
Nelson  After the Rain   Options  
Kate Bush  Cloudbusting   Options  
The Cowsills  The Rain, the Park, and Other Things   Options  
America  Wind Wave   Options  
Grand Funk Railroad  I'm Your Captain   Options  
Ensemble  A Mighty Wind   Options A Mighty Wind Soundtrack 
Cranes  Underwater   Options  
The Knack  Good Girls Don't   Options  
Queen  Keep Yourself Alive   Options  
Payolas  Stuck in the Rain   Options  
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Have You Ever Seen the Rain?   Options  
The Association  Windy   Options  
Juliana Hatfield  Some Rainy Sunday   Options  
Eddie Rabbit  I Love A Rainy Night   Options  
Nick Drake  Season of the Rain   Options  
Gordon Lightfoot  Early Morning Rain   Options  
Refugee  Papillon   Options  
Circus Maximus  The Wind   Options  
Wayne Newton  The Summer Wind (Medley)   Options  
Robin Trower  Bridge of Sighs   Options  
Prince  Purple Rain   Options  
The Jimi Hendrix Experience  The Wind Cries Mary   Options  
Nico  Facing the Wind   Options  
Men Without Hats  Safety Dance   Options  
Public Image Ltd.  Rise   Options  
Mahalia Jackson  Amazing Grace   Options  
The B52's  Party Out Of Bounds   Options  
Dennis Yost and the Classics IV  Stormy   Options  
The Kinks  Rainy Day in June   Options  
Rakim  Follow the Leader   Options  
DJ Keili  Knockout Eileen (mashup)   Options Hoof n Mouth Sinfonia 2011 
Molly Hatchet  Bounty Hunter   Options  
James  Laid   Options  
The Floaters  Float On   Options  
Velvet Belly  River Slowly Growing   Options  
Brook Benton  Rainy Night In Georgia   Options  
Strawberry Switchblade  Deep Water   Options  
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Slipknot  Psychosocial   Options  
Belly  It's Not Unusual   Options  

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Listener comments!

  12:00am Julie:

Hello to the dry and soggy folk alike.
  12:00am david:

Well this is a pleasant surprise.
  12:01am daupo:

This is an exciting surprise! Six hours of Clay and Julia, while the storm approaches? It's like Key largo, but as a musical comedy.
  12:02am 12539:

How am I supposed to sleep with Clay Pigeon and Julie on the air for 6 hours?
  12:02am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

yaaa .. ElP rules !
  12:03am Dan B from Upstate:

Well of course you have to start with this song! Hi Clay and Julie!
  12:03am jaycjay:

Wow. That's all I have. This will be great.
  12:05am listener mark:

Hi Julie
Hi Reverand Clay
Hi david, daupo, 12539, Tom, DAn B
  12:06am bruceleh:

Which evacuation zone is the WFMU building in?
  12:06am 12539:

The Julie Theme Song is back!
  12:07am steve:

super high for the hurricane
  12:08am gail:

totally freaked. You guys are helping
  12:08am moose:

so sweet!
you'll be on all night here as long as power stays on
(in jersey city not far)
  12:09am david:

lol I like the FMU StormCenter with Clay
  12:10am listener mark:

second floor or fourth floor studio is leaking?
  12:10am Holly in NC:

Hi all - hope everyone's ok! Unscathed here in Durham - 3 hours no power & 1 slight work detour due to downed tree across road, very lucky. My thoughts are with y'all & be CAREFUL. Do NOT f*ck around outside!
  12:11am Julie:

2nd floor!
  12:12am Julie:

Glad to hear you're good Holly! We are inside and reasonably dry.
  12:13am Rory:

Global warming means more hurricanes in the NJ/NY area in the future get ready.
  12:13am dave:

pretty rainy in morristown, nj, but that's about it. just starting to get the periodic rain-band type oscillation thing over the last hour or so.
  12:14am listener mark:

get ready ! for the future !
  12:14am Joe D:


  12:15am gk:

The Calm Before The Storm by Sparks - on the Balls album
- report from Chelsea Piers - wet but NOT wild
  12:16am listener mark:

I'll see your Starcastle. and raise you a Uriah Heep
  12:16am Dan B from Upstate:

I want to stay awake and listen so badly, but I'm so tired!
  12:16am Ike:

This music ain't my bag -- heck it's not even my supermarket -- but I'll tune in occasionally to see if y'all are talking. Love to hear you chatting.
  12:17am ?:

what is playing right now?
  12:17am Holly in NC:

Paul McCartney & it's awesome :-)
  12:18am Fabio:

PLEASE No Starcastle! try Angel instead!
  12:18am clay:

hello all
  12:19am Joe D:

i am just kidding. I have vertical rain in my backyard. I want you to guide me through it with prog. ONLY LOVE CAN MAKE IT RAIN. REIGN ON ME
  12:20am Julie:

joe I want to play that Clay won't let me
  12:20am Joe D:

  12:21am listener mark:

Kate Bush !
  12:21am steve:

yeah kate bush
  12:21am Sam:

Chestnut mare- the birds.
  12:21am moose:

what's the stormiest kate bush song
  12:22am dave:

  12:22am jaycjay:

Wait... did Clay just classify Yes a second-rate Starcastle?
  12:22am bruceleh:

Root Boy Slim and the Sex Change Band with the Rootettes
  12:22am listener mark:

Where is Fabio ? The Triumvirate rules the roost.
  12:23am clay:

  12:23am 12539:

Did you two fly over to the station in your capes?
  12:24am slugluv1313:

ooooooooo what about that "Calm Before the Storm" by PHANTOM!!! (you know, that one who was rumored to really be Jim Morrison!)
  12:24am jaycjay:

Whoa, whoa, whoa! Bruceleh! Root Boy Slim and the Sex Change Band??? Who are you and how do you even know about them?!?
  12:24am clay:

haha jayclay
  12:25am other mark:

The Move "Flowers in the Rain"
  12:25am Holly in NC:

Big Sambo & the Housewreckers - The Rain!

And really, let Julie play the Who...
  12:27am david:

yes, the Who, some Dark Night of the Storm music, and then maybe some Zebra.
  12:27am Rory:

Scorpions- Rock You Like a Hurricane
  12:28am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:28am Rory:

Do it! Do it!
  12:29am Skirkie:

I saw Yes live this year.
  12:29am steve:

play some jethro tull
  12:29am Joe D:

you two are basically the most prog people on WFMU. Think about it
  12:29am Holly in NC:

OOh! I forgot! Bob Azzam'a Rain, Rain Go Away!

As a frequent Carolina Hurricanes game attendee I say ixnay re the Scorpions
  12:29am Joe D:

i am gonna go smoke some weed. I can bring you some weed if you want just HOLLA
  12:30am bruceleh:

I went to RPI in 79-80 & saw him in Albany. He was very popular in that area.
  12:30am listener mark:

  12:31am Joe D:


  12:32am Joe D:

the night is hot and black as INK
  12:32am david:

Was this Who song in an Energizer commercial in the '90s?
  12:32am Julie:

Fabio? here? late at night? hahahahah
  12:33am Chop Scott:

Thanks Clay for the REO starter!!!
  12:33am Holly in NC:

@Skirkie - Weren't they missing Jon?
  12:36am Chris in Harlem:

Thanks for playing the Bowie! It was a gateway track for me to discover Nina Simone. Try to stay dry tonight!
  12:37am Chris in Midwood:

Northern Wind by Cat Stevens please. Assalamu alaikum.
  12:38am Fabio:

Why is it funny that I'm here at night? Makes perfect sense to me... Are there leaks in the building?
  12:41am jaycjay:

@bruceleh, heh, so long ago! I was a college rep for the label so carried around stacks of that first album to record stores and the like for months.
  12:42am Fabio:

Play some Roxy Music, it's perfect for the rain. Hey, didn't Ferry cover "A Hard Rain's a-gonna fall"?
  12:42am jaycjay:

Roxy Music is perfect to the rain, but also for anything else.
  12:43am jaycjay:

Ah yeah, great Tull choice!
  12:44am TJ:

Hey guys, great to hear you ... and nice on the locomotive breath!
  12:45am slugluv1313:

YES!!!!!! Bryan Ferry covered "Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" on "These Foolish Things" (his first solo album, i believe)
  12:47am Holly in NC:

Peter Gabriel - In your Eyes - rain connection via anguished John Cusack in Say Anything.

Or, I suppose, Red Rain - nah.
  12:47am listener mark:

Slight "thuum" there. Are the electrics dry ?
  12:48am david:

dead can dance?
  12:48am clay:

julie's choice
  12:49am david:

love it!
  12:49am greg in portland:

rain on - dirty three. is a song. with rain in the title.
  12:51am Curious:

who's playing right now (female ?80s?)?
  12:51am dave:

moya brennan. nice choice.
  12:52am slugluv1313:

and of course Faust's "It's A Rainy Day Sunshine Girl" (even thought Rob W. played it earlier) . . . "IT'S A RAINY DAY, SUNSHINE KITTIES!!!" (long, possibly convoluted story; cat-rescue friends were *supposed* to do an adoption event today in Brooklyn)
  12:52am Julie:

that was Maire Brennan also from Clannad
  12:52am dave:

she was in clannad, back before she changed her name.
  12:52am slugluv1313:

this Cat Stevens is PERFECT!!!!!!! :)
  12:53am dave:

hah! timing.
  12:53am Julie:

yep she put out a couple albums as Maire then got sick of people mispronouncing her name
  12:55am greg in portland:

sounding great, you guys! oh, and: make it rain - KLF!
  12:55am david:

lol Fabio vs. Walter Brennan
  12:58am Holly in NC:

Type O Negative's Summer Breeze cover would be quite appropriate!
  12:58am Fabio:

She Brings the Rain by Can is one of my favorites. And Scott Walker does "It's Raining Today" which is another good one. It's hitting Brooklyn hard now. We have a leak in the bathroom ceiling now.
  1:00am TJ:

Not saying this is a cop out, but ...
  1:01am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

.. yep getting the wind swept bands here now in Gravesend Bklyn... in an old house here my backyard is just between Coney Island and 86st on the N Train but I think I am high up enough.. TG I found the Sump pump for the basement at least !!
  1:01am Holly in NC:

If not now, when?
  1:02am david:

spooky with the actual wind blowing outside...
  1:03am Taylor:

This won't even fill a minute of airtime, but: "Theme from Flood" by They Might Be Giants.
  1:03am Stevel:

Holly: Glad to hear you're weathering it well. Keep it up.
  1:04am slugluv1313:

okay if you are going to play The Doors, then you *must* segue into "It's Raining Men" by the Weather Girls :)
  1:04am fleep:

But is your brain squirming like a toad?
  1:04am Taylor:

Spinal Tap: "Break Like the Wind"
  1:05am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

"Here come the Flood" .. from Peter Gabriel's 1st one....
  1:05am david:

John Densmore...
  1:05am jaycjay:

My toad is squirming like a brain. It's kind of disgusting.
  1:06am Taylor:

And of course you could play the complete "Consequences" album by Godley + Creme.
  1:06am moss:

aren't toads usually pretty still?
  1:06am bruceleh:

For me, Zoom is a desert island must have.
  1:06am Matt from Springfield:

Oh my God---I was checking in to see to y'all were all right and how Joe was doing--but Mr. Pigeon is a great fill-in! And Jules!! Hope you don't float away!!
  1:07am Holly in NC:

@Stevel -
We're over & done! Forecast = sunny & 94F in the am.
However, my family & friends in Connecticut & Massachusetts are next in the direct line of fire.
  1:07am listener mark:

Would you, could you, play Grateful Dead? "Box of Rain" or "Looks Like Rain" ?
  1:07am greg in portland:

the storm - high places
  1:09am Matt from Springfield:

I can really hear that bucket! It's still noisy raining in VA, but no winds or anything severe.

Btw, I heard the "Hole In The Bucket" folk song as a child; evidently that's a Pennsylvania Dutch traditional song (with the "Dear Liza" line as the girl's name).
  1:09am jaycjay:

Wow... now that we're really getting to "back in the day" greatness. Godley & Creme Consequences! Haven't even thought of that album in years, but it played a big part in my musical growth.
  1:09am Pundit:

Fabio +8
  1:10am tranewreck:

Temptations -"I Wish That It Would Rain"
Coltranes "After The Rain"
  1:10am greg in portland:

this is great. thanks Fob!
  1:11am david:

Can you please play "Come Clean" by Hilary Duff (chorus "Let the rain fall down...")
  1:12am Kat:

WFMU is on the air, this is awesome. Holly, glad you're OK!
  1:12am J J:

Clay, I'm not usually on here on this day let alone hour but props my man! Scott Walker, what the hell? Ha.
  1:12am Scott W:

just tuned in- Scott Walker! Fabio is there!
  1:12am fleep:

Yes, it's Mellow Radio FMU, the Relaxed Hits For The Elevator In You
  1:13am bruceleh:

Why must I be
in this lonely room
watching the Gong Show
and thinking of you
  1:13am Matt from Springfield:

There's no playlist of songs up--print out what you've played, even a few days later! Since Clay's played "Houses of the Holy", have you played "The Rain Song" tonight? That was a fav zone out song from my high school days.
  1:13am Holly in NC:

Er....the Cult - Rain? Okay, okay, I'll banish myself & save y'all the trouble ;-)

Perhaps a hopeful note - Roy Redmond's version of "Good Day Sunshine?
  1:14am Joe D:

Moe: I'm taking your favorite song out of the jukebox

Homer: "It's Raining Men"?!

Moe: Not no more it ain't
  1:14am Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: Or, considering the show's title, "Ridin' The Storm Out" by REO Speedwagon? I don't really like REO, but that's one of their songs I do like.
  1:14am Dan McFakename:

Hey guys, thanks for keeping ua company in Morris County tonite. I'd request the Coathangers' "Hurricane" from their newest LP but there are several swear words in it.
  1:15am Matt from Springfield:

YES!! to Joe D!!
  1:15am Joe D:

  1:16am Terre T:

Phenomenal perfect programming Julie & Clay! You guys are total super-troopers!
  1:18am jaycjay:

@Matt: "Riding The Storm Out" was the first track of the show.
  1:19am Doctor B.:

Another rain song for ya:

"I Wish It Would Rain" by Wreckless Eric.
  1:20am bruceleh:

Rainy Days and Mondays!
The Carpenters
  1:20am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks JCJ!
And that was quite an older, different Sarah Brightman--not surprised that was the 80s.
  1:21am tranewreck:

.....Eurhythmics "Here Comes The Rain Again"
  1:22am Meghan:

Go Julie go!!!!
  1:22am Meghan:

Go Julie go!!!!
  1:22am TJ:

Yeah ditto on the carpenters ... and if it isnt too unoriginal the rain zong by zep
  1:22am jaycjay:

Ha! Doctor B., Wreckless Eric, that would make my night!
  1:24am Matt from Springfield:

Put on life jackets! If the 4th floor is underwater you ( and the rest of Jersey City/NYC ) is going to flood for sure!
  1:24am Julie:

2nd floor
  1:26am Fabio:

The Cowsils The Rain, The Park, & Other Things
  1:26am slugluv1313:

omg "Rain Song" TOTAL zone out song for so many of us -- i used to play that song when it was raining outside while burning "Rain" incense (high school, mid-1970s)
  1:26am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie Seriously??? I can only imagine how terrible that is--the Times Square webcam doesn't show flooding, but particular areas are going to see damage.
  1:26am jaycjay:

NOAA says no actual probability of hurricane force winds in NYC. Storm surge is really the only worry, winds aren't gonna be that much beyond what we get a few times a year.
  1:27am fleep:

Come Rain or Come Shine - Sinatra
  1:27am jaycjay:

And... I'm writing from a Zone A "mandatory evacuation zone" a couple blocks from the East River.
  1:28am Matt from Springfield:

@Fabio: YES! I LOVE that song!

Btw, I likewise LOVED you guys on Julie's show! I go back to your talking segments and listen to them several times the last couple weeks!
  1:29am Matt from Springfield:

  1:31am fleep:

Listener Comment Brigade represents
  1:31am Matt from Springfield:

Taurus, Apr 20 and after.
  1:32am Matt from Springfield:

Haha, Boy Scout uniform, ready to go!
Always prepared!
  1:32am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for calling, Minn. Jeff!
  1:33am Minnesota Jeff:

Dreams come true: Clay asked me how much I weigh!
  1:33am dave:

jeff from minnesota, repping the st. paul inferiority complex: "IT'S NOT A PART OF MINNEAPOLIS, OK?!"
  1:33am Ahmad:

Current 93 - When The May Rain Comes
  1:33am david:

  1:34am greg in portland:

hawt twinz
  1:34am Meghan:

Are we voting? I give this a 2
  1:34am Meghan:

Are we voting? I give this a 2
  1:35am Matt from Springfield:

While looking up the recently departed Jani Lane of Warrant, I found that he was married to the "Cherry Pie" music video girl for a few years, AND that she was seeing one of the Nelson brothers at the time!
  1:35am Meghan:

Stupid phone app and me being anxious....
  1:35am dave:

anyway, everybody knows mankato's the brooklyn of minneapolis.
  1:35am Matt from Springfield:

@MN Jeff: Lucky, he didn't EVEN ask me how much I weighed!
  1:35am MVL:

I remember this video... it had a magical Native American.
  1:35am northguineahills:

good to hear you, MN Jeff!
  1:36am bruceleh:

The Partridge Family,
"Umbrella Man"!!!!
"Shower you with all my love"
  1:36am Holly in NC:

Meghan - You are obviously an exceedingly kind-hearted & generous person. I wish I could calm your nerves!
  1:37am Minnesota Jeff:

Dave: Nothing quite like attending a concert in St. Paul and the band says something about being in Minneapolis, and the crowd screams back that its St. Paul.
  1:37am Robert:

That's what I thought, JCJ, as I saw the direction of the hurricane's approach. Raking the coast, before the eye gets close to NY, it'll be severely attenuated. Maybe even less of a storm than the tropical storm we had in 1985 -- you know, when some news dept. ginned it up to a "killer rain"?
  1:37am Matt from Springfield:

YES!! I saw the earlier "Cloudbusting" suggestion--this is PERFECT!!

Make sure to look up the video on YT, with Kate Bush and Donald Sutherland. Very compelling.
  1:38am dave:

i am TOTALLY taking credit for "cloudbursting".
  1:40am Holly in NC:

Ann Peebles - or Missy Elliott !
  1:40am listener mark:

Blessings upon you, Julie . Kate Bush and Nick Drake, the best.
  1:40am 12539:

Seconding Ann Peebles!
  1:42am J J:

You go girl.
  1:43am M Cereal.:

are you guys gonna be posting a playlist at some point, or am I SOL because I tuned in late?

The music's been all over the place, but it's worked so well.

This is why live, terrestrial radio is fantastic and the malleability of freeform only lets you showcase the fluidity of the format and its potential.

Great work, Julie and Clay
  1:44am Minnesota Jeff:

Hipping is about 4.5 hours north of Minneapolis.
  1:44am Minnesota Jeff:

Er uh, Hibbing rather.
  1:45am Matt from Springfield:

I think Taylor is calling from the future...but that means that we WILL survive!
  1:45am Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: I think of "Laugh In" whenever I hear "Burbank, CA"
  1:45am jaycjay:

@Robert, yeah, that was Gloria (I think) in 1985. I'd been living in the midwest for a while and just came back a few months before that... I was kind of disappointed that my return to coastal weather turned out to be so little. Though on the other hand, part of Long Island did get hit really hard as I recall.
  1:47am jaycjay:

Ha! Right, Matt, same here. Laugh In's "Beautiful Downtown Burbank" was probably the first time I heard that city's name and that phraseology has stuck with me ever since.
  1:48am Pundit:

Fabio + 9

(I'm only joking, Julie)
  1:48am Minnesota Jeff:

Whenever I hear this song I think of the dream sequence in Dumb & Dumber.
  1:48am Matt from Springfield:

GARDEN PARTY: "Well it's / All right now / I learned my lesson well / It's that you...can't please everyone, so.../ You got to please yourself"!!

Wonderful! Thanks Fabio and Clay! Joe McG loves The Cowsills, so thanks on his behalf as well!
  1:48am dave:

brooklyn, mn is the brooklyn of hibbing.
  1:49am Danne D:

Hope alll of you guys are hanging in there and doing okay! (I'm actually away in NC this weekend and thus missed all the hurricane excitement) side note, I'm doing this from my phone so I won't be able to see replies. Anyway, have fun and stay safe Clay and Julie! Please pass those wishes along to Keili and DJ Mama as well! Please be careful out there!!
  1:49am david:

Don't forget Julie, MFS... :)
  1:49am Matt from Springfield:


Apparently the twin sons of Ricky Nelson were Gunnar and Matthew Nelson. It was Matthew seeing model Bobbie Brown, who filmed the Cherry Pie video, and met Jani Lane in the process...
  1:50am Matt from Springfield:

@david: Ha ha, yes, I'm sure Julie would love The Cowsills as well. Who wouldn't? ;D
  1:51am Matt from Springfield:

Is this...the most American of bands, America? :)
  1:52am clay:

yes matt from the hat trick lp RIP Dan Peek
  1:52am Minnesota Jeff:

America is from England, right?
  1:52am Holly in NC:

  1:53am Flooney:

She dated Montel Williams as well. I heard it on Narduwar's show, so it has to be true.
  1:53am jaycjay:

OK, I'll toss one in: Can - She Brings The Rain.
  1:54am Matt from Springfield:

Bless you Clay, I love them a lot!
I know this intro...it's the Grand Funk you played two weeks ago!
  1:55am Holly in NC:

Speaking of captains, would Slint be too college radio?
  1:56am Minnesota Jeff:

This is a great song!
  1:56am clay:

2 weeks ago .... sigh I play the same stuff over and over I know
  1:56am 12539:

@jaycjay, Fabio recommended She Brings The Rain a while back but Clay and Julie say they can't find it.
  1:57am dave:

it is truly raining puppies in morristown.
  1:57am Matt from Springfield:

@MN Jeff: America's original members (Dewey Gerry and Dan) were Air Force brats living in England, and they named the band after their home country.

(Dewey and Gerry autographed my LP of America's first album, and said that they took the picture in a British pub that had American Indian wall panels, for the atmosphere!)
  1:59am daupo:

The wind in Queens is surely picking up... good thing we have the Clay and Julie life-line.
  2:00am Minnesota Jeff:

Matt: Oh, interesting. Whats the go to America album?
  2:01am Flooney:

...and two by two, my human zoo, they'll be running for to come, running for to come out of the raiiiiiin!
  2:01am jaycjay:

Ah, OK thanks 12539. I'm happy at least that the estimable Fabio made the same request that I did.
  2:02am JOhn Guggle:

"I'm getting closer to my home...come on everyone!...I'm getting closer to my home....Hurricane, come on!"

Best memory of the hurricane, thanks clay
  2:03am Robert:

Interesting, JCJ, in that I too had returned from the Midwest, but 5 years before.
  2:03am Matt from Springfield:

@Jeff: Besides any Greatest Hits comps, I would rec for their original albums "America" their first (1971), "Homecoming" (1972), or "Hearts" (1976).
  2:03am fleep:

excuse me, I have a doctor's prescription for this, this is medicine. the fact that it's called Bubba Kush should not matter
  2:03am Matt from Springfield:

@fleep: Amen!! Bubbakushious!
  2:05am Matt from Springfield:

No long-term power outages in Springfield yet...just experienced the 5th brief "blip" of the evening. Dominion is actually doing great tonight in reconnecting their power connections.
  2:06am Flooney:

Sour Diesel
Blueberry Kush
The Jack
Dorvid Unhinged
  2:06am Matt from Springfield:

Clay's Classics! What about "It Never Rains In Southern California"??
  2:07am david:

don't let the rain come down - serendipity singers
  2:07am greg in portland:

Trainwreck. The Nice. Lemon Haze. Blueberry Kush. Ruby.
  2:07am Susan:

Ike was way scary when it hit Houston, and I lived 60 miles from the shore. It sounded like a freight train coming through my house. 2 weeks without power...Good luck to you guys!
  2:08am Mary Wing:

Just use the Sunday log, Julie, put Thursdays log back in the right place.
  2:08am Matt from Springfield:

Wendy the Cheese Lady!
  2:08am Julie:

ok but it's already got crap on it
  2:09am Matt from Springfield:

Play the Ruthann Friedman version of "Windy"! She's the one who wrote it, and it's better than the Association!
  2:09am Vero:

Clay and Julie, you are making our night...my boyfriend and I are huddled in Queens, playing a board game by candlelight and listening to your show. Right now we feel you are two of our best friends.
  2:09am Lizardner Dave:

Just tuned in over the FM signal here in Zone B, Staten Island. Still have power, fingers crossed.
  2:09am Mary Wing:

I'll fix it on Wednesday, no worries.
  2:09am Bas, NL:

Wendy! Hang in there!
  2:10am Ike:

Yeah watching TV now is a HUGE mistake -- they're really overhyping the HELL out of this. Winds are only 18 mph in Central Park and 28 in Atlantic City.
  2:10am Flooney:

Favorite album by The Nice? Five Bridges.
  2:10am Vero:

The Bob Dylan song you played earlier put me in the mood for "The Times They Are A-Changing"; would you be so kind as to play it? It is not rain related but would fill me with gratitude.
  2:11am Matt from Springfield:


The National Hurricane Center shows Irene right below Monmouth Co, so you're probably getting the brunt of it soon.
  2:12am Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: Don't you have one of those apnea breathing masks? Quite a few of my family uses those, and it helps you sleep better A LOT.
  2:13am greg in portland:

"I stalked her like a celery stick." - Clay
  2:13am Matt from Springfield:

@Vero: "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall"? That's a great Dylan one. Written as he thought of the world ending during the Cuban missile crisis.
  2:14am Matt from Springfield:

  2:14am Robert:

BTW, I'm in the Bronx.

I think this show is going to be way more interesting than Ian Punnet tonight, which I've got on via WTAM, Cleveland; AM DX is pretty good tonight.
  2:15am Lizardner Dave:

7671without power on SI so far, I'm not one of them yet, fingers crossed....
  2:18am Ike:

Bill W. says "highest winds for NYC now forecast around 50 mph." Not a big deal, then.
  2:18am luh3417:

"Far across the moonbeam
I know that's who you are,"
  2:19am jaycjay:

@Vero, candlelight in Queens? Friend of mine just said she lost power in Rosedale... eh, I don't want that to happen. I like electricity!
  2:20am Matt from Springfield:

No, Bourbon is pretty much any Kentucky whiskey (Jack is Tennessee--that is NOT Bourbon).

Wild Turkey is good, it's fairly strong though.
  2:21am listener mark:

dead air
  2:21am jaycjay:

heh. Wild Turkey "the good stuff". Heh. That's all I can say. Heh.
  2:21am listener mark:

  2:21am Susan:

Be strong, Julie!
  2:22am Matt from Springfield:


(Listen to The Seekers "Come The Day"--it seems to be an inspiration for "A Mighty WInd" and Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara's "When I'm Next To You")
  2:22am jaycjay:

Well, bourbon did get its name from the county, (or area before it even was a county, I think) but now it doesn't all come from there like the way wines have to come from a particular region in order to use the name.
  2:22am Mary Wing:

I can hear them, Mark, can't you?
  2:23am tomB:

This Mighty Wind song reminds me to tell you that it was the Serendipity Singers who performed "Don't Let the Rain Come Down"
  2:23am greg in portland:

the captions on my tv just said the Portland Timbers/DC United match was postponed due to Hurricane Eye Reap.
  2:24am listener mark:

@ Mary Wing We are back
  2:24am Matt from Springfield:

@tomB: Once I heard of The Serendipity Singers, I thought that they MUST be "The New Main Street Singers" from A Mighty Wind!
  2:26am tomB:

oops. David noted the Serdips already, I'm late
  2:26am Mary Wing:

Cranes, nice. Is this this at the station?
  2:26am Julie:

@mary I brought it with me
  2:27am RachaelFox:

Hooray for the Cranes!
  2:28am jaycjay:

Yeah, can count on Julie to have something cool with her.
  2:29am jaycjay:

Missing the point about the soccer game being cancelled. The point was "hurricane Eye Reap" in the closed captions.
  2:29am listener mark:

In the Catskills, there isn't much else to do but drink.
  2:30am Matt from Springfield:

@Mark: Ah, you learned the lesson from Thursday's show well! :)
  2:31am clay:

Not exactly in line with the "theme" but .....
  2:31am Robert:

This was good at a NY Sharks (women's) football game over the p.a.
  2:31am greg in portland:

clay found his own point, jaycjay. and that's okay too.
  2:32am fleep:

Goodnight Eye Reap, Goodnight Eye Reap, ICU in my dreams
  2:33am clay:

Oh man ... played this 2-weeks ago, too.
  2:34am Matt from Springfield:

Oh come on Clay, did you literally leave this LP in the studio two weeks ago and forget to put it back?!

That said, thank you, I love this Queen song :D
  2:34am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

ooooo early early Queen go Clay ... \:D/\:D/\:D/
  2:34am Minnesota Jeff:

  2:34am jaycjay:

heh, fair enough Greg. That's the kind of thing that makes him who he is, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
  2:34am Flooney:

This is not the Queen song I requested indirectly.
  2:35am greg in portland:

isn't that one by Taw Mweights, fleep?
  2:35am Matt from Springfield:

Gooooo Snapple! Made from the Best Stuff on the Third Planet from the Sun!
  2:37am greg in portland:

true that jaycjay!
  2:37am Matt from Springfield:

Oh, buzzkill Tom!
  2:41am CookieCutterConsevative:

Just one CAT 1 Hurricane does not == Global Warming .....
  2:44am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

This is funny
  2:45am Matt from Springfield:

Because of all the callers talking about tokin', I just HAD to get out a clove cig! Gee, thanks you guys! :)
  2:46am Minnesota Jeff:

Keep up the midwest talk!
  2:47am Adam:

The Dark Crystal!
  2:47am Flooney:

Wind is starting to kick up again in Keyport.
  2:47am blee:

Witches with the Eye, Clash of the Titans!
  2:48am Flooney:

Gentle Giant!
  2:49am Vero:

we haven't lost power...we are just being romantical.
  2:49am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

It was from Misplaced Childhood. Killer record , in an 80's way
  2:49am Flooney:

Release the Irwin!
  2:50am Vero:

And drinking Evan Williams.
  2:51am Vero:

Weather is a little blustery here, but nothing alarming yet...
  2:51am blee:

Play some Alex Chilton, please. Bachs Bottom
  2:52am Matt from Springfield:

Don't lie Clay, you know these are really stories from YOUR rock star days! :)
  2:54am jaycjay:

Used to be in Lansing, not East Lansing... but was torn down a few years ago.
  3:00am Minnesota Jeff:

"I wanna know, have you ever seen Loraine?"
  3:02am Mary Wing:

I wish I was there! It's not fair that they stopped running the trains!
  3:03am Vero:

You guys have all made our night so much nicer...commentors on the playlist too!
  3:03am jaycjay:

These days this song reminds of the show Breaking Bad.
  3:04am Matt from Springfield:

@MN Jeff: Oh, you'd better not ask about "the bathroom on the right"!!!
  3:04am Vero:

Stay strong Clay and Julie, you are halfway through your tour of duy
  3:05am jaycjay:

So strongly agree, Vero. The night of riding out the approaching hurricane couldn't be better than with this group.
  3:06am unionjeff:

Play "Looks Like Rain" by the Grateful Dead. I Love It. Terrible song though!
  3:09am Minnesota Jeff:

What about "Box of Rain" by the Grateful Dead off of "American Beauty"?
  3:10am alberto:

clay, i'm in love with you. just thought you should know that. :)
  3:10am Robert:

I just stepped out to see the clouds and rain moving from east to west, so that some hours from now I can see them being driven back to the east. I don't know why, but something about seeing stuff like that (cyclonic flow) actually demonstrated in front of me -- or even reading of it in literature as a side note in a description of something else -- chokes me up. I've been trying to figure out for the past decade or so why certain things in drama, literature, or fact make me cry. It's not a sad cry, either.
  3:10am Minnesota Jeff:

30 Odd Foot of Grunts
  3:12am Robert:

"Coast to Coast AM" is STILL exclusively about the storm, but not as interesting as you.
  3:12am Matt from Springfield:

Russell Crowe: "Makin' movies, makin' songs, and FIGHTIN' 'ROUND THE WORLD!"
  3:14am tomB:

@Matt & Clay: TOFOG!
  3:14am Matt from Springfield:

Clay, have you listened to Nat Roe's "Adult Contemporary Reverse Chartsweep" DJ premium? It has the hook of this song, and only the hooks of almost all #1 AC hits in the past 50 years! It's a fun listen--very ADD like Nat's shows, but I love it, you probably would too!
  3:15am Mary Wing:

I'd like to figure out why I teared up while watching the video for "Love Is A Battlefield" earlier today. I mean, really.
  3:15am Robert:

Even remembering reading about a FICTIONAL account of a MISCONCEPTION of a scientific principle gets to me! I'm just recalling from Crichton's "The Great Train Robbery" how a character got screwed up about Bernoulli's Principle (from "the Italian, Baroni").
  3:16am Robert:

Mary, does thinking about one cry-making thing lead you to thoughts of other cry-making things? It does me.
  3:17am Matt from Springfield:

Nick Drake demo? Me like! I have several of those.
  3:18am Mary Wing:

Oh lordy, yes, Robert. Don't get me started!
  3:19am Robert:

I told my friend Allen L. Rickman how I teared up at the conclusion of "I Was A Teenage Zombie" (a movie he was in). He said, "That's sick."
  3:21am Matt from Springfield:

"Early Morning Rain"--I originally heard the version by Ian & Sylvia, and found this was written by Mr. Gordon Lightfoot in 1965.
  3:21am john anderson:

"there's a little girl, in our neighborhood.
her name is charlotte johnson, and she's really lookin' good.
i had to go and see her, so i called her on the phone.
i walked over to her house, and this was goin' on.
her brother was on the sofa, eatin' chocolate pie.
momma was in the kitchen, cuttin' chicken up to fry.
daddy was in the backyard, rollin' up a garden hose.
i was on the porch with charlotte, feelin' love down to my toes...and we were swingin"
  3:21am Mary Wing:

Not having seen that movie, I can't say if that's sick or not. But it's probably not the standard response.
  3:23am Robert:

I do want to get another chance, though, to step onto a football field like Mitchel Field in Nassau Co. ringed with tall light towers in the middle of a thunderstorm -- that was the situation once -- even though I'd get drenched, just to show there was no danger of lighting strike there. The light towers atl at the same height would not only protect the middle from lightning strike, but assure that the surface within was all at the same electric potential, so there'd be no danger from sideways ground currents either.
  3:23am Vero:

I love Gordon lightfoot, guiltily...
  3:24am Vero:

Going to see him in Ithaca later in Sept...
  3:24am Robert:

Oh, I know it's not the standard response, Mary. I also laugh at places in movies & stage shows where nobody else does. Also TV shows I'm sure, but that's because of inside jokes.
  3:25am tomB:

"I was born in a Class 5 hurricane"--by the Glimmer Twins
  3:27am Flo Tingtoe:

Here's one... Cool Water by Joni Mitchell from Chalk Mark In A Rainstorm, with Willie Nelson backing her up. Memorable... keep 'em swimmin...
  3:27am Matt from Springfield:

Pre-Cambrian refers to 4.6 billion years ago, when the Earth was first forming. Cambria means Cambridge in Latin, but the Cambrian/Pre-Cambrian period is geologic time, SO long ago.
  3:27am Vero:

Very obvious, but has "Rock Me Like a Hurricane" been played yet? I apologize in advance to people who hate hair metal.
  3:28am Robert:

BTW, TV is chock full of jokes that are so subtle they might as well be inside jokes.
  3:30am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Joe D! Just the "Human Googler"! :)

Don't let on to my computer hard drives and synthetic speech, Julie! :)
  3:30am Robert:

The people who make them never acknowledge these jokes that are based on certain knowledge. I figure that for every one I've caught, there must be a hundred I don't.
  3:31am fleep:

Characters and place names
  3:32am Matt from Springfield:

Correction: "the classical name for Wales, Cambria, where rocks from this age were first studied"; Cambridge is "Cantabrigia".
  3:32am clay:

Refugee - Patrick Moraz
  3:32am Mary Wing:

You mean like pop culture references? Or puns?
  3:33am Robert:

The funny thing is that, had someone told me of similar perceptions from TV shows years back, I might've concluded those were what psychiatrists call 'ideas of reference" -- but THOSE tend to be things like the Martians are sending the listener secret messages, not ha-ha stuff.
  3:33am Matt from Springfield:

This is Refugee? It sounds pretty good. It reminds me of Dutch rock Classical music group Ekseption in the 70s.
  3:33am daupo:

I already feel the two of you rolling into 6 am like flaming comets, in transcendent triumph.
  3:34am jaycjay:

I just learned something from Joe. When someone puts you on the spot with a question like "as associate producer what exactly to you do?", just pretend it never happened and say nothing. Eventually the silence will move on.
  3:34am Robert:

Mary, I mean like all sorts of allusions, some of which may involve word play -- loads of ways the writers have fun. They're not usually to pop culture, though -- or if they are, those are the ones I miss.
  3:35am hood cracka:

What tune dis?
  3:35am Robert:

For instance, it shows how influential the late Robert Shea & Robert Anton Wilson were on Hollywood -- without overt acknowledgment or money from it, though!
  3:36am fleep:

LIke naming characters after people in your family and friends so they hear their names on TV.
  3:36am Mary Wing:

I guess I'm thinking of Bugs Bunny cartoons, which were far more adult in content than typical Saturday-morning cartoons.
  3:37am Robert:

TV commercials especially were crammed with 23s & 17s.

No fleep, I don't mean ACTUAL inside jokes, although I've caught some of those too. It helped that a friend of mine became a TV writer, Damon Lindelof.
  3:37am Julie:

it doesnt end at 6..Keili will be in, and then she's joining us at 9 for more nonsense
  3:39am Robert:

There was a Looney Tune called "3 Little Bops" that made a striking allusion to the Bavarian Illuminati. And that was before Shea & Wilson!
  3:39am Mary Wing:

I hope Julie and Clay will take a nap from 6-9 am!
  3:41am Robert:

It helped to be introduced gradually to this sort of thing. I mentioned the 23s & 17s. Then Gough & Millar came out with the "Shanghai" movies that were very heavy handed with their allusions. That led me to see much subtler allusions in their "Smallville" TV series.
  3:42am daupo:

"Had breakfast in the eye of a hurricane " is a Tom Waits lyric, and he is stormy.

And there's a line from the Popeye soundtrack, by Harry Nillson, the Swee'Pea song, also with "eye of a hurricane" in it.
  3:42am fleep:

I know the wind! I know!
  3:42am alberto:

a song that comes to mind is "disaster" by cher u.k.
a kansas city band from the 90's. they were on the red decibel label (a subsidiary of columbia)
  3:43am Robert:

Gough & Millar basically used their Superboy stories to retell OTHER, UNRELATED stories -- such as of the Kennedys, Alger Hiss, and Prometheus.
  3:44am Mary Wing:

So, they're basically recycling stories, rather than creating new content?
  3:44am fleep:

Is that being allusional or just stealing story lines
  3:44am Robert:

...plus somewhat related stories, such as that of Frederic Wertham.
  3:45am tomB:

Great! "Who Knows the Wind?" is heavily overlooked.

Easier to remember--"The Wind" 1954 Nolan Strong &thDiablos. You could also check out the Jesters 1960, Mark Sultan, aka "BBQ," of King Khan & BBQ Show, recorded a version of it for Norton's "Daddy Rockin Strong: A Tribute to Nolan Strong & The Diablos." But my personal fave is Laura Nyro &Labelle on "Gonna Take a Miracle."
  3:45am Julie:

it's freezing in the green room.>I couldn't sleep there and I fear the loft
  3:45am Robert:

No, they're very cleverly telling 2 or more stories at once, one of which is an old one and the other original.
  3:46am Robert:

So when Damon got his TV series "Lost", I saw loads of allusions to literature we knew in common.
  3:47am Robert:

I should say that first he sat down with me and had me tell him why I liked "Smallville" so much.
  3:47am Mary Wing:

Bring the couch cushions into studio C, Julie. That's where I sleep. Just remember to turn off the ceiling speaker by the library listening station.
  3:49am Brick Van Dee:

"It's allright for what it is" - What a brilliantly neutral answer, Julie!
  3:50am Robert:

Anyway, my assumption -- maybe poorly founded -- is that if I saw those things on the TV shows I paid att'n to, there must be even more in all the TV shows I don't pay att'n to. And I don't even watch TV any more! (Haven't had it on in months.)
  3:50am tomB:

Clay that was Jerry Jeff Walker!
  3:51am vero:

"ONLY LIVING BOY IN NY" I get the news I need from the weather report!
  3:52am Julie:

we played scott walker too
  3:55am Buzzard:

Time for "A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers" yet?
  3:56am Mary Wing:

It is?
  3:56am Brick Van Dee:

Buzzard - You are a genius, what a brilliant track that is...
  3:56am Robert:

Reading the comment thread on mike -- the last refuge of the scoundrel!
  3:57am tomB:

Yes we're only up to the letter I for Irene, but play in "Wind Cries Mary" as a prophecy.
  3:57am tomB:

  3:58am alberto:

robin trower!!!!!!!!
  3:58am jaycjay:

Niko wins.
  3:59am Joe D:

Julie the loft is cool! I changed the blankets there a few... weeks ago.
  3:59am alberto:

sounds kinda like hendrix's machine gun...which came first?
  3:59am jaycjay:

OK, Robin Trower tells me it's time to call it a night. Take care all, be back soon.
  3:59am Mary Wing:

I want to hear Purple Rain, actually. But pretend I didn't say that.
  4:00am alberto:

sounds kinda like hendrix's machine gun...which came first?
  4:00am jaycjay:

OK, Robin Trower tells me it's time to call it a night. Take care all, be back soon.
  4:00am Julie:

i was thinking it really sounded like hendrix
  4:00am asb:

Don't give up on talking! I was so sad that Jerry Lewis won't be on the telethon this year, but this is really filling that telethon-shaped hole in my heart. It is special and punchy and weird.

Also, how about some Kate Bush?
  4:01am clay:

  4:01am Robert:

I meant "on-mike" above. Nothing about a Michael. Mr. Pigeon was doing it, reading my post. Ken resorted to it at the UCB theater without Andy.
  4:02am Julie:

I played Kate
  4:03am god:

...and on the eighth day, i created hendrix
  4:03am Buzzard:

ok...ok... Mahogany Rush, "It's Begun To Rain"
  4:03am Mary Wing:

  4:03am Greg from VA:

Nico would be good to hear as the wind is subsiding here in Virginia, the kind of sound that swirls at 4 am, all heading to NYC to find a new home.
  4:04am alberto:

  4:08am J J:

  4:10am Greg from VA:

I can see Clay and Julie doing a telethon, raising money for gentle yet scarred souls who stay up all night during hurricanes listening to FMU, finding a cure, which is not too hard, for FMU is the cure, which leads to maybe playing the Cure, but only long after Nico, but time is slipping, time is passing, maybe it's too late, or maybe just too early?
  4:13am Mary Wing:

BRB, the wind is calling me.
  4:13am Julie:

wow Greg you make my brain hurt
  4:14am Julie:

@Mary :D
  4:15am alberto:

everyone knows it's windy? -the association
  4:16am Joe D:

dammit he's right! We should all think about the money to raise by doing stuff for the thing! !!!!!!!!!!!!
  4:17am Joe D:

  4:18am alberto:

julie, the internet calls clay when it doesn't know the answer
  4:20am tomB:

"One Rainy Wish" JH
Dee Clark's "Raindrops"
but truly "It Might as Well Rain until September" (Carol King on Dimension)
  4:23am alberto:

  4:25am Looms:

Hello from France to WFMU's riders on the storm! So good to listen to Nico in the morning.
  4:26am alberto:

"and when the rain beats upon my windowpane, i think of summer nights again, and dream of you"
  4:27am Greg from VA:

What if rain was not wet, but velvet, then hurricanes would not be so bad, getting wrapped around by it as walking down the street, having it flooding the streets and coming through the roof filling buckets, ya, that would be nice ... and thanks for the Nico Julie ... it was very velvet.
  4:31am Buzzard:

I need to hear Clay's band do "Kentucky Rain"
  4:32am Looms:

How about "Stormy Weather" by Pixies?
  4:36am ?:

Mean Mistreater - Grand Funk Railroad

Playing this will scare Irene away!
  4:37am daupo:

Pixies' Stormy Weather is an excellent call. I am surprised it took so long.
  4:38am mike noble in dc:

i don't want to go to sleep
  4:38am cosmo:

"I was born in a crossfire hurricane..." Stones man!!!!!!
  4:39am moose:

checking in- dozed off for a while
  4:39am Julie:

hi Mike!
  4:39am cosmo:

Forgot to say Vegas is sending you notes....
  4:41am mike noble in dc:

yellow balloon.
  4:41am asb:

sad that Clay doesn't have Fabio's number, happy that they pushed each other in the hall
  4:41am mike noble in dc:

or better yet: Noollab Wolley
  4:43am cosmo:

...just put Nillson's The Point on and call it a night!!!
  4:44am mike noble in dc:

fabio is tall?
  4:45am Julie:

isn't he? he looks tall to me..or maybe he is just thin
  4:46am mike noble in dc:

i imagine him being no taller than 6'... but definitely thin!
  4:47am asb:

Just emailed Fabio through the WFMU contact form to let him know that Clay thinks he dreams about Sprockets.
  4:48am asb:

now is the time on Sprockets when we safety dance
  4:48am homer simpson:

"everybody look at your pants"
  4:50am Julie:

this one is for X-Ray..as he heads to FMU later today I hope the road rises with him
  4:50am Bas, NL:

My volume just turned way up by itself!! Great series of old hits!
  5:01am moose:

when i was a kid i had wild planet on 8-track and i'll always remember this song with a break in the middle of it where it switched tracks
  5:04am clay:

Hey Moose. I still remember the places where my old records skipped when I hear oldies on the radio.
  5:10am Greg from Va:

I Wish It Would Rain, by the Temptations
  5:17am CookieCutterConsevative:

Go Keili, Go Keili, Go Keili, WoohOOO !!!! \:D/\:D/\:D/
  5:18am Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

Go Keili, Go Keili, Go Keili, WoohOOO !!!! \:D/\:D/\:D/
  5:19am Vicki - People Like Us:

Hello peoples!
  5:19am Mickey Mephistopheles:

I am ironically grateful for the weather in western NY State. No hurricane here, just massive lake effect snow in the winter.
  5:20am clay:

Hi Vicki! Looking forward to your horror thing at Record Fair. Go Arsenal!
  5:21am Mickey Mephistopheles:

No riots here either...yet. (Howdy Vicki!)
  5:24am Julie:

Vicki do you have a rain music request>>
  5:24am clay:

Good skiing Mickey
  5:24am Vicki - People Like Us:

Hi Clay :)
Too wet to riot btw...
  5:26am Mickey Mephistopheles:

@Clay: Indeed. And snowboarding. Pity it's so friggin' pricey.
  5:26am thomas:

hi vix!
  5:27am thomas:

hi Clay!
  5:27am Vicki - People Like Us:

well I've not been up long so don't know what you've played yet - I can only think iof the obvious like Singin' in the Rain which you probably played first. And It's Raining Men and ugh, I Made It Through The Rain by Barry Manilow
  5:28am Vicki - People Like Us:

Rainy Night in Georgia?
  5:28am clay:

Go to Plattekill Mickey. Good inexpensive small hill with plenty of blue and black.
  5:32am alberto:

goodnight irene ;)
  5:34am Vicki - People Like Us:

just saw your video Julie of the leaky studio... oh my...
  5:37am Julie:

yeah and that was um...six hours ago?
  5:44am Jay/ London:

hi clay you have done a outstanding job for being online so long hope all are safe there and dry
  5:45am clay:

TY Jay! We're hanging in there. Quite a storm here.
  5:51am Jay/ London:

hey sorry dusty thought clay was filling in for you ... is keili coming in
  5:54am Jay/ London:

hey you two we do not talk like that lol
  5:56am asb:

never run out of British names and phrases, Clay
  5:57am moose:

he sounds like one of the 'two fat ladies'
  6:00am Mickey Mephistopheles:

Recipe for dee-zaster! Recipe for dee-zaster! Recipe for dee-zaster!
  6:00am Mickey Mephistopheles:

Recipe for dee-zaster! Recipe for dee-zaster! Recipe for dee-zaster!
  6:03am Jay/ London:

clay we are staying here in the sun so there
  6:03am ?:

Two people separated by a common language.
  6:08am Jay/ London:

morning keili thanks for making it in sunday mornings would not be the same without your show .. stay dry
  9:01am Vicki:

are you stuck in JC now?
  9:03am Vicki:

oh and how's the green room doing? Must be pretty bad if you've got that huge amount of leaking into the studio
  9:04am Jay/ London:

hey don't you ever sleep you must be so tired now but good to have you back:)
  9:08am Jay/ London:

i see you are also doing 7 to midnight toooo !!!!!
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