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Playlist for 29 March 2012 Options | Busy going loopy

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Artist Song Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Melodi Light Orchestra  Toyland Tattoo   Options 78  Chappell  written by Robert Farnon  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Anna-Lisa Ingemansson  Oxdragarsång   Options Sång Till Trio (vocals to trio)    found here  0:01:28 (Pop‑up)
Natural Brass Company featuring Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi  Scope Them Turkeys Out   Options 7-inch single (originally)  Brass Monkey  found here  0:03:35 (Pop‑up)
Brown Whornet  Clap My Hands   Options     found on their "Brownloads" page!  0:06:37 (Pop‑up)
The Womenfolk  Jika Jing   Options Never Underestimate the Power of the Womenfolk  RCA Victor    0:09:26 (Pop‑up)
3rd Bass  Pop Goes the Weasel   Options Derelicts of Dialect  Def Jam    0:11:32 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Grossenhosn (WE remix)   Options Asphodelic (various artists)  Asphodel    0:15:22 (Pop‑up)
Perez Prado  Mambo del Papalero   Options 78  RCA Victor  found here (#314)  0:19:48 (Pop‑up)
Andre Popp and His Orchestra  La Paloma   Options Delirium in Hi-Fi  Columbia; Basta    0:22:17 (Pop‑up)
Beatles  Lovely Rita   Options Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band  Capitol    0:25:26 (Pop‑up)
DJ Ming & FS  Madhattan Bound   Options Deeper Concentration (various artists)  Om    0:27:55 (Pop‑up)
Tom Recchion  The Final Fattening   Options Chaotica  Birdman    0:31:33 (Pop‑up)
Tipsy  Grossenhosen   Options Trip Tease  Asphodel    0:34:41 (Pop‑up)
Binder & Krieglstein  Piraten   Options Alles Verloren  Essay    0:38:17 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Piero Umiliani 
Produzione   Options Musica Elettronica Vol. 2  Easy Tempo    0:42:34 (Pop‑up)
Brian Eno & David Byrne  Help Me Somebody   Options My Life in the Bush of Ghosts  Sire; Virgin    0:46:51 (Pop‑up)
A.K. Klosowski & Pyrolator  Tschak   Options Home Taping Is Killing Music  Captain Trip/Atatak    0:50:42 (Pop‑up)
Prefuse 73  7th Message   Options Vocal Studies & Uprock Narratives  Warp    0:53:47 (Pop‑up)
Gerry & Gerry & the Pacemakers & the Pacemakers  Ferries Cross the Mersey   Options Ferry Cross the Mersey soundtrack / Best of  UA/Capitol    0:57:27 (Pop‑up)
Derby Tape Club  Electronic Samples Tape Splice Cut Up   Options Archive Hour Vol. 1 (Mark Vernon)    info  0:59:36 (Pop‑up)
Peter L. Batsin  How to Make a Tape Recorder   Options Cool and Strange Music Magazine's Thrift Shop Compilation    found here, on WFMU's Beware of the Blog  1:01:44 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Cash  One Piece at a Time   Options 16 Biggest Hits  Columbia    1:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Sad Rockets 
Twenty-Six   Options Transition  Matador    1:08:05 (Pop‑up)
Granda & Munder  Torture Tape 9 (excerpt)   Options Torture Tapes 9 & 10  self-released  cassette found in WFMU's cassette library  1:14:15 (Pop‑up)
Pere Ubu  Don't Look Back   Options Worlds in Collision  Fontana    1:26:13 (Pop‑up)
Guess Who  When Friends Fall Out   Options American Woman  RCA    1:30:10 (Pop‑up)
Inflatable Boy Clams  Marin   Options double 7-inch single  Subterranean    1:32:45 (Pop‑up)
Ofra Haza  Im Nin'alu   Options Yemenite Songs  Shanachie    1:35:20 (Pop‑up)
Raaja, Gansesh, Hamsalekha  Vetri Vizha - Thakkum Thalaangu Thatthom   Options Play That Beat Mr. Raja (Selected Oddities From The Tamil Film Industry 1984-1991)  Cartilage    1:39:45 (Pop‑up)
Brian Eno / Rick Holland  Sounds Alien (featuring Caroline Wildi)   Options Drums Between the Bells  Warp    1:44:14 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Alan Hawkshaw 
Sky Train   Options The Road Forward (KPM Library 1192)  KPM    1:47:03 (Pop‑up)
Jim Copp & Ed Brown  The House on Thimble Street   Options Agnes Mouthwash and Friends  Playhouse    1:50:48 (Pop‑up)
Murphy Working Stiffs  Everything I Do Is So Bad   Options Metamurphosis  Noise Method cassette (?)    1:54:12 (Pop‑up)
The Clean  Whatever I Do It's Right   Options Anthology  Flying Nun; Merge    1:56:16 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Grossenhosn (WE remix)   Options Asphodelic (various artists)  Asphodel    1:58:45 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  11:26am Carmichael:

Hiya Charlie. I'll be busy doing something for the 1st 45 minutes or so, but I'll listen twice as hard for the 2nd hour! Don't play anything good until I get back, ok?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am charlie:

yeah, Carmichael, just tell me a song you don't like, and I'll loop it for 45 minutes.
  11:33am listener james from westwood:

you boosted the record and ya looped it ya looped it
  11:41am Van in DC:

Hi Charlie, I'm here and there and everywhere today. Busy looking way too busy at work. Darn users. I'll likely have to miss the first part of the show also....so that same song that Carm doesn't like? Yeah, loop that :)
  11:42am Carmichael:

That would be "Ferry Cross the Mersey".
  11:44am Artie:

Also busy doing something. Dammitol. But the music helps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am charlie:

45 mins of "Ferry," comin' up!
Hi Artie, Van and James!
James -- where is that line from?
  11:48am ndbob:

morning Charlie and everyone!
  11:51am listener james from westwood:

it's from 3rd bass, "pop goes the weasel," iirc. their answer to the vanilla ice "under pressure" riff lift.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51am charlie:

Hello Bob!
ty, James.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am charlie:

it's around here somewhere...
  11:58am Doug S.:

Looks like a whole lotta Nothing's going on. Greetings ear(th)people!
  11:59am Michael:

Got room for another in here?? Doing something as always but often it appears as nothing.
Hi Charlie and fellow travelers!
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

we open with a note of whimsy!
  12:02pm Katya:

¡Buenos días!
  12:03pm Katya:

Should I be ashamed to know this artist by voice? ;D
  12:03pm Lewis:

greetings all!
  12:04pm annie:

present sir!!
  12:04pm Lewis:

@Katya - ashamed or proud - your choice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm charlie:

This is the strangest song ever to feature the phrase "Give the drummer some"!
  12:05pm still b/p:

I sure didn't recognize that voice, but I hope she's matronly in appearance and holds a lacy handkerchief and bounces a little when she sings.
  12:06pm listener james from westwood:

nice plug for the drummer stream there ;)
  12:06pm Doug S.:

I heard that.
  12:06pm glenn:

so, like florence henderson?
  12:06pm Brian en Angleterre:

'ello, ya call dis nuttin' drummer. I've more nuttin' doin' sumtin' wiv more verve than you could shake a stick at if you could find one.
Flight of the bumblebee on a tuba.
  12:07pm Lewis:

@Doug - I will be spending a bit more time in your 'burgh as my daughter was accepted at CMU - proud papa here!!
  12:09pm holland oats:

h'lo all
  12:10pm kat330:

Hi, Charlie and others here! Fun stuff I heard while heating some lunch in the kitchen!
  12:11pm Katya:

Loopy is the theme?! Oddio! Yay! Dancing through breakfast.
  12:12pm kat330:

Hi, Katya! That's right, b'fast time on the Sonoran Desert. :)
  12:13pm listener james from westwood:

damn! nice grab. hope i was right about the line in this tune!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14pm charlie:

ok here goes! hello! to Doug, Michael, Katya, Lewis, Annie, still b/p Glenn, Brian en Angleterre, hollnd oats, kat330!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm charlie:

thanks, james fr westwood for suggesting this song!
  12:15pm Doug S.:

Lewis! That is fantastic. Congratulations to her majesty! I will be sure to show her all the best meth labs and gambling dens. Let me know when you're headed out this way.
  12:15pm listener james from westwood:

the highlight of the video is henry rollins done up as vanilla ice and getting a beatdown courtesy of 3rd bass
  12:15pm Katya:

Def Jam in the house -- and Mr. Gabriel. Hey, kat!
  12:16pm holland oats:

3rd bass - i was on a flight with one of these guys during their peak - he strutted down the aisle with a cane!
  12:16pm Lewis:

Doug - I know that I can count on you - will keep you posted.
  12:18pm Katya:

James, you had me worried with your Vanilla Ice line, but when it aired, I remembered the song. Phew! Scared me, brotha!
  12:18pm still b/p:

I've got a family member on CMU faculty...if that means anything.
  12:20pm kat330:

Wow, P-burgh in da house and represented!
  12:20pm listener james from westwood:

if you can't strut down the aisle of a plane when you're at your peak, when are ya gonna do it?
  12:21pm Katya:

Lewis, here's Anna-Lisa Ingemansson in the 365 Days Project:
  12:21pm holland oats:

@ljfw true that
  12:22pm listener james from westwood:

my cubic hectares of brain lint is a source of constant fear, katya, especially to myself!
  12:22pm listener james from westwood:

must check out for a short stretch; hopefully back for the continuing mayhem!
  12:22pm Doug S.:

@kat330, are you in the city by the Confluence, too?
  12:25pm Lewis:

@stiill b/p - cool! Carnegie Mellon is a very unique and high quality place where smart people do excellent things - so it means you have some of that in your family!
  12:25pm Brian en Angleterre:

Is this top of the Popps?
  12:26pm kat330:

@Doug: Nope, down river, where the confluence dumps -- Louisville. Just noting how many connections to your fair city there are here today. Speaking of Confluence, I attended a Sci-Fi conference by that name back in, um, I wanna say '97-'99. I'm probably the only SF geek here though.
  12:26pm glenn:

  12:28pm holland oats:

this ain't twitter pal
  12:28pm Katya:

A sole geek among FMU listeners? Ha ha ha! Welcome home, darling!
  12:28pm kat330:

@glenn: Encouraging there are reasonable minds in power here and there.
  12:29pm Doug S.:

@kat330, good luck against those big blue bullies from Lexington. And yes, as Katya says, we all feed from the trough of geek.
  12:30pm kat330:

@Katya: Oh, I realized rather quickly I'd stumbled on my "tribe" of outsiders and noncomformists -- but still, SF is a whole, 'nutha level of geekdom. :) Let's have a tribe hug: }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
  12:30pm Katya:

Seriously, Charlie were you digging through the music room here last? This show sure sounds like Oddio Headquarters.
  12:32pm kat330:

@Doug: I'm staying out of the red ' n blue fight. I'm a purple state, personally, not to mention a Hoosier in the L-ville metro area. By all rights I should like the Wildcats (my phone number it is, for completely other reasons), but I love all the cardinals on our feeder. So go Cards!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm charlie:

@Katya, there is much overlap in our libraries!
  12:33pm Van in DC:

Did I miss anything bad? :)
  12:34pm G:

You missed everything bad. And that ain't good.
  12:34pm still b/p:

Isn't that a spice...fmugeek?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:35pm charlie:

I saved all the bad stuff for you, Van! (and Ferry Cross the Mersey for Carmichael)
  12:35pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Cheese Lady checking in. Hi Charlie! Hi everyone!
  12:35pm Katya:

Van, there may still be a 45 minute loop of "Ferry Cross the Mersey"
  12:36pm Katya:

Thanks, still b/p; I'm relabelling that spice jar.
  12:36pm glenn:

as sung by amanda.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm charlie:

Hi Wendy! Got any f&#*in' kick-ass cheese there?
  12:38pm Katya:

@Charlie, yeah there is! That's why it was so hard to fill that drive for you! Glad there a handful of new things there.
  12:41pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Charlie, F#$% YEAH! I only hang out with f@#$in' kick-ass cheese. Leave the kids with a sitter. :-D
Speaking of cheese, you me and T should go to the diner soon!
  12:41pm Van in DC:

I'm only catching part of the German here...I've lost far more than I realized!

@kat330 - you aren't the only SF geek here abouts today :) Gosh, I was at the World SF Con in Brighton in, oh, 88? 89?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm charlie:

@Wendy - diner, ya!
  12:42pm Laura L:

Danke fuer die Grossenhosen! You're in a little deutsche mood right now, ja?
  12:44pm Van in DC:

I went to the Smithsonian Amer. History Museum here looking for just 3 displays: Spock's ears, C3PO & R2D2, and the egg from "Alien". NONE were currently on display :(
  12:44pm still b/p:

Haaaaaang on, Loopy...
  12:46pm Katya:

@kat: as a kid, won a costume contest at the 1983 Gendocon at Old Dominion University
  12:46pm kat330:

Yeah, Van da Man, into SF! A confession: I've never been to a convention before or since that Confluence dingus. I'm too much of an outsider even to do that. :) I went then because I'd been writing to some of the featured folks on the Fidonet SF&F Lit conference (on which I met my husband, too). Stephen Brust, John deChancie, etc.
  12:46pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Charlie, I'll call you soon and we'll make a plan, man. but in the meantime, I'm digging your loopy show.
  12:48pm holland oats:

help me somebody - exactly! loved this record as a proto-hipster kid
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm charlie:

Hi Laura, yes, well it was a brief stop in Deutcheland...
  12:49pm Brian C.:

Funny, the last time I dusted off my Gush of Boasts LP I thought it sounded dated! Will have to try it again, this does sound nice
  12:51pm Brian en Angleterre:

Odd someone just gave Beano & Ern's record. Still sounds like a record.
  12:53pm Van in DC:

Ha! Just looked up Mr. deChancie on Wikie...name was ringing a bell. You brought in another link to Doug's Digs...he is a Pittsburgh native :)
  12:55pm Van in DC:

I had a brief stopover in Deutschland as well. Well, one month shy of thirteen years brief, anyway.
  12:56pm kat330:

Yes, that's right! I believe he told me he worked on the Mr. Rogers show -- maybe I'm conflating that with Michael Keaton? IAE, John was very nice to meet and chat with. Bigger connect to P-burgh for me is Jeff Goldblum though.
  12:58pm kat330:

Charlie, Ferry nice looping here btw.
  12:58pm Van in DC:

John *is* very nice. His name was ringing a bell because I'm fairly certain it was he who offered invaluable constructive criticism to my friend who became a published SF/Fantasy author because of John.
  12:58pm G:

He wasn't kidding about Ferry Cross
  12:59pm Gary Mitchell:

we don't care what your name is boy
  1:00pm kat330:

Personally I always loved this tune & Gerry's voice especially.
  1:01pm Katya:

Derby Tape Club!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm charlie:

Hi Gary!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm charlie:

Gerry never got to take it away...
  1:02pm kat330:

And that friend's name is (drum roll) .....?
  1:02pm Lewis:

sounding like Raymond Scott...
  1:03pm kat330:

Right, Charlie, like a horse at the Derby champing at the bit but the gate never opens.
  1:03pm Van in DC:

Friend's name WAS Michael D. Weaver. He unfortunately drowned years ago. His biggest hit book was "Mercedes Nights".
  1:04pm kat330:

Ooh, I'm sorry to hear that. I'll check it out -- thanks.
  1:06pm Van in DC:

Oh no problem :) His passing was decades ago...way too young. But not before he and he alone opened my musical eyes & ears to the wonderful world of music...and broke me out of my top 40 zombie-ism.
  1:07pm Gary Mitchell:

this factory scenario always struck me as eerily plausible
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:08pm charlie:

funny you should say that: bit.ly...
  1:11pm kat330:

Weaver's MN gets 5 stars on AMZ -- cool. J.T.'s responsible for this reference work, cover art, editing, contents, etc.: http://www.amazon.com/Sci-Fi-Savant-Glenn-Erickson/dp/1434433102/
  1:12pm ndbob:

I heard an interview with a guy who built a toaster from scratch - he even went to mines to get ore
  1:14pm kat330:

@ndbob: Wasn't there a recent story about a guy who built a nuclear device in his fridge or somesuch?
  1:14pm still b/p:

Then he's the one you want to hang with in the post-apocalypse world. Mmm, toast.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm charlie:

Way to connect the comment about toasters and nuclear devices, still b/p!
  1:18pm ndbob:

@kat not sure - checking now
  1:19pm kat330:

Maybe it was a fission experiment in his convection oven? I just know kitchen appliances and nuclear capability were involved. :)
  1:20pm Katya:

Torture? Wonderful and even includes Our Miss Brooks. Tee hee!
  1:21pm ndbob:

all i can find is "Whatever happened to the refrigerator Einstein helped invent? While it never became a commercial success, its underlying concepts became the basis for cooling nuclear breeder reactors."
  1:21pm Van in DC:

If I remember right, Mike got Bill Sinkievizc (sp?) to do his MN cover art...Bill was at the time the premiere comic artist...working for Marvel on X-Men or Thor or something I think
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm charlie:

Yes, Katya, how often does one hear Eve Arden's voice on the radio?
  1:22pm Lewis:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm charlie:

"Is this all my strength is good for -- to lash out at uncomprehending Eskimos?"
  1:23pm Carmichael:

OK, thank God I got back when I did. Sorry Mr. Marsden, but I heard 50 years of that song in about 6 months time, due to an idiot roommate. But he's dead now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm charlie:

There's one vote to stop -- how many votes will it take to quit the Torture Tapes?
  1:24pm Katya:

Coconut Monkeyrocket used that sample, too! [dum de um, yum yum yum]
  1:24pm Carmichael:

I vote for some Earl Scruggs, in memorium. So yes, please stop.
  1:24pm Brian en Angleterre:

This is for intuitive Inuits.

Pledge to stop?
  1:25pm kat330:

Eve Arden -- what a sassy class act!
  1:25pm glenn:

do intuitive inuits suffer from ennui?
  1:25pm Katya:

If I'm ever to be tortured, pleas let it be like this!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm charlie:

OK, 3 votes to stop. I will pull the plug!
  1:26pm ndbob:

little bit of Reverend Gates in there
  1:26pm still b/p:

I like it. It's pleasing, and working on some important emotional neurogratification frequency.
  1:26pm Katya:

Nooo! Don't stop!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm charlie:

Maybe I'll post the files somewhere for download. If you want it, let me know.
  1:29pm Doug S.:

Yes, Glenn, annually.
  1:30pm jan:

I remember hearing Torture Tape 9 back in the day on WFMU. I wish you had kept playing it. It's brilliant.
Maybe play Astro Age Steel Orchestra's dreams of a taperecorder.
  1:30pm kat330:

Okay, ndbob, he wasn't successful, but at least he tried: http://www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/man-arrested-for-attempting-to-split-the-atom-in-his-kitchen.html
  1:31pm Katya:

Here's the song with the same sample used by Coconut Monkeyrocket:
Brought to you by http://www.coconutmonkeyrocket.com. Drop $8 for some joy!
  1:31pm Brian en Angleterre:

Hey glenn. BBC Films are to make a film about The Kinks (appropriate name for today) to be directed by Julien Temple.
  1:31pm ndbob:

@Kat thanks!
  1:31pm glenn:

pere ubu started out as a gerry and the pacemakers tribute band. it's true.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32pm charlie:

@jan -- wish i had that one!
@kaya - thanks for the link -- i remember them from Comfort Stand label
  1:32pm kat330:

Thanks, Katya!
  1:34pm glenn:

for the tweeters (twats?) http://www.blogto.com/tech/2012/03/shitter_prints_your_tweets_on_toilet_paper/
  1:35pm glenn:

a kinks movie, eh? is it a theatrical release, or a telly type thingy?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38pm charlie:

ubu and the pacemakers!
  1:39pm Brian en Angleterre:

No idea glenn, suggest some checking.
  1:39pm Katya:

Dum de dum, yum yum yum! Glad to be of service. The Coconut Monkeyrocket is one of the nicest guys ever. I've memorized his WITH BIRDS cd and give it as a gift. You can hear on his website coconutmonkeyrocket.com. Hope you like it!
  1:41pm Otis:

anyone seen the Joe Meek Movie? Telstar, just came out om dvd.
  1:41pm Vicki:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm charlie:

Hi Otis!
Hi Vicki! How's Daylight Saving Time going?
  1:42pm Carmichael:

Here's the link to the "fictional" Kinks bio: http://tinyurl.com/74rnk3m
  1:43pm Katya:

Fodder commenting on Meek? ;D
  1:43pm Vicki:

I've got it locked in the cupboard
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm charlie:

Did you lose an hour of Radio Boredcast?
  1:44pm Vicki:

yes, we are still looking for it
  1:44pm kat330:

@Van@1:21: Glad I scrolled back to what I missed while away. I should amend at least my punctuation on what JT did. It's Erickson's compendium, JT did the cover (he does tons of book covers), layout, content editing with Wildside Press publishing. Sinkiewicz' art is on a whole 'nutha level of fantastic.
  1:44pm kat330:

Hi, Vicki! Went to your Cloud and enjoyed myself, I did!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm charlie:

Look for a yellow post-it under the cat.
  1:46pm Gary Mitchell:

that was a slick segue
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:46pm charlie:

ty, GM
  1:47pm Vicki:

oh it's not my cloud but glad you enjoyed it anyway
  1:49pm Katya:

The Hankshaw is much more like torture!
  1:52pm listener james from westwood:

nertz! ran long at my engagement. will recap the goodness via the archive. looks like a lovely show!
  1:52pm Katya:

  1:54pm kat330:

Vicki, I gave some brief comments on Welcome Abroad through Charlie as a go-between. You see 'em?
  1:54pm Katya:

Charlie, thank you for introducing us to Jim Copp. The Copp and Brown CDs are in serious overplay here and they have become part of our language. Teeny Tiny's "boo hoo" pops up a lot. Love love love.
  1:56pm Doug S.:

As y'all know, Give the Drummer Radio runs 24 hours a day. Coming up on the stream immediately following Busy Doing Nothing (as if ANYTHING could follow Busy Doing Nothing):

Iva Bittová
Letta Mbulu
Dorsey Brockington
Duke Ellington
The Blue Notes (South Africa)
Fruko y Sus Tesos
Trio Matamoros
Roy Milton & His Solid Senders
Charles Brown
Dean Martin
Bembeya Jazz National
Docteur Nico & African Fiesta
Hershel Almond
Faron Young
Kalyandji Anandji
and more and more and more!!!
  1:58pm kat330:

Thanks for the preview, Doug! Hope your castle is shiny now!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm charlie:

Quite a line-up, @Doug! How do you manage to book all those acts?!
Katya -- I first heard Copp & Brown through Kenny G on WFMU.
  1:59pm Doug S.:

Ah yeah, kat330. I did my housecleaning yesterday so I wouldn't miss a second of Cholly's funhouse.
  1:59pm Van in DC:

Thanks Charlie! Great show...I'll have to loop back through to catch the parts I missed
  1:59pm kat330:

Thanks so much for today's program, Charlie!
  2:01pm ndbob:

excellent show Charlie!
  2:02pm Katya:

See you again soon, folks! Thanks, Charlie, Give the Drummer Some Radio, Doug, WMFU!
  2:02pm still b/p:

Must have lunch, but will wash it down with the GTDS stream.

And bravo, Charlie.
  2:03pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, charlie, and looking fwd to that fine lineup, doug!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm charlie:

Hey everybody -- thanks so much for tuning in and hanging out with me here today. See you all soon!
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