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Options October 5, 2012

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Artist Track Approx. start time
Johnny Thompson  Big Apple   Options 0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Rev. A. Johnson  Jesus Loves Us All   Options 0:06:32 (Pop-up)
Bascom Lamar Lunsford  Swannanoa Tunnel   Options 0:07:32 (Pop-up)
The Ferguson Trio  Sweet, Sweet Spirit   Options 0:11:10 (Pop-up)
The Wheatfield  Down By The Jordan   Options 0:13:25 (Pop-up)
Phensi Phumchusi  Fon Song Fa   Options 0:19:54 (Pop-up)
La Famille Lacombe  Homme Tout Petit   Options 0:22:51 (Pop-up)
Danny & Charlotte  What A Friend   Options 0:25:00 (Pop-up)
Rino De Filippi  Night In Oriente   Options 0:28:19 (Pop-up)
Estacion Victoria  Paris   Options 0:32:01 (Pop-up)
Bunny and The Lakers  Inhalation Ventilation   Options 0:41:36 (Pop-up)
Anika  Yang Yang   Options 0:43:48 (Pop-up)
Van Lukas  The Riot (Fast)   Options 0:46:41 (Pop-up)
Xero  Every Kiddie Gets A Prize   Options 0:49:33 (Pop-up)
Mark Glynne and Bart Zwier  Dotted World   Options 0:52:05 (Pop-up)
Zani Dibate et son orchestre Super Djata Band du Mali  Djegnoko Djugu   Options 1:11:19 (Pop-up)
The Gordons  Spic and Span   Options 1:13:04 (Pop-up)
Disco Blaze  Plastic Feelings   Options 1:23:36 (Pop-up)
Burqa Boyz  [Cassette Side 1 Track 1]   Options 1:30:23 (Pop-up)
Key  The Lady   Options 1:33:23 (Pop-up)
Jungle Brothers  What "U" Waitin "4"?   Options 1:38:21 (Pop-up)
Karl Hector & the Malcouns  Psychles   Options 1:43:00 (Pop-up)
Kinfunk  Funkin' 4 Africa   Options 1:46:26 (Pop-up)
Ariel Hart  Geordie   Options 1:55:35 (Pop-up)
Janet Jones  Both Sides Now   Options 1:58:24 (Pop-up)
Kim Choo Ja  [trk 3]   Options 2:01:54 (Pop-up)
The J Ann C Trio  Night Train   Options 2:04:21 (Pop-up)
Reines D'Angleterre  2   Options 2:07:14 (Pop-up)
Beyaz Kelebekler  Yasa Sen De   Options 2:10:32 (Pop-up)
Sam Golden  Unemployment Makes Me Come   Options 2:16:48 (Pop-up)
Andy Moor & Yannis Kyriakides  Touto To Kalokerak   Options 2:19:05 (Pop-up)
Pattie Sisters with Enteng Tanamal and his Comets  Aku Lupa   Options 2:23:54 (Pop-up)
Patama & The Fresh Cold  track 3   Options 2:26:27 (Pop-up)
Jerry Styner and Larry Brown  Orbit III   Options 2:29:42 (Pop-up)
Manasquan High School Chorus  The Temple   Options 2:36:44 (Pop-up)
Sound Ceremony (Ron Warren Ganderton)  Come the Change   Options 2:42:09 (Pop-up)
Intensity (UK)  Manchester Billy   Options 2:44:41 (Pop-up)
[Eritrean Band 7]  High-Yield Milking Song   Options 2:51:19 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  6:11am Flora Smokey Clover Grey:

Good morning!~
Avatar 6:11am DJelbogen:

  6:13am Flora Smokey Clover Grey:

We're early today!
Avatar 6:14am DJelbogen:

Hey Congzi! How's the internet connection in China today?
  6:17am Congzi:

A little bad, so I cant listen, are there anything interesting that you'd like to recommend?
  6:59am ausmanx:

XERO!!! Jesus, Jason, where did you get that? Brisbane in 1981 was a very bleak place to be... and it looks like it's going that way again!
  7:04am ausmanx:

not australia, just brisbane... they've just elected a new fascist premier!
  7:07am Hugo:

Wow, i doubt bert zwier is the same one as this one:
but that is also a true dutch gem. my god....
  7:09am ausmanx:

brisbane's the capital of queensland, one of the states in australia, and it's weird. they last had a very weird right wing premier called joh bjelke-petersen back in the 70s/80s and he was BAD for things like live music, but we did get bands like The Saints and The Go-Betweens (some of them were in Zero!) from Brisbane during that period. the new guy, campbell newman, looks to have similar policies to joh. i suspect that's enough for now!
  7:09am Hugo:

ah, i see. bert/bart mix-up. i'm a bit relieved!
  7:11am Don:

Sorry, what is this African music we're listening to right now? Can't see it on the playlist.
  7:14am Don:

Zani Dibate. Nice.
  7:42am PKNY:

The JBs! The JBs!
Avatar 7:44am DJelbogen:

Umm... Word?
  8:22am Cheri Pi:

Cheri PI, in the hizzee!
  8:30am Lunch:

"Unemployment Makes Me Come," good times.
  8:35am Mike East:

Good morning, folks!
Avatar 8:39am DJelbogen:

So do you think that playing entire Mannasquan HS double lp of Jesus Christ Superstar would be a good special this month?
  8:40am quilty:

sounds like a winner!
  8:40am Deepak:

sounds great jason and i'm not a christian either. I'd say go for it.
  8:41am Mike East:

I think Godspell has better music, for what its worth.
  8:42am Mike East:

The latest incarnation of JC Superstar on Broadway failed miserably.
  8:45am quilty:

On a related note, I may attempt to mount a musical adaption of "Unemployment Makes Me Come" to coincide with the November election.
  8:46am pierre:

BOnjour Jason and all los listeners extraordinaires !
  8:48am aaron in Jcity:

Hello Jason and All! what was the theme you were looking for? i lost the signal just as you were announcing it
  8:48am hamburger:

hmm been lurking - too busy to comment till now - fun show jason!
  8:49am pierre:

it sound a bit like Patrick Fitzgerald this "Intensity".
  8:51am Mike East:

by all means, I'm on board, Jason. The Man-a-squan H.S. Chorus sounded great. It puts you right in the auditorium with them.
  8:53am Mike East:

...and playing the whole thing would compound that effect.
  8:53am hamburger:

is he talking to his cow?
  8:54am aaron in Jcity:

its the alt version of "Walking the Cow'
Avatar 8:54am DJelbogen:

From liner notes:
""Band 7 - If One sings to a cow, she will give down her milk more easily, so milking songs are common in faming communities. The Tigre-speaking chief of Afata village in Zula district on the Red Sea was milking a stubborn cow. He reviles her for holding back, encourages her later and finally, when the steady stream of milk is coming, he praises her, saying that she can feed all the members of his household with this fine yield.""
  8:55am northguineahills:

The last hour has been rad. Yeah, that Manasquan High School Chorus was good morning music.
Avatar 8:56am DJelbogen:

So I guess he's 'reviling' the cow', encouraging her, then praising her.
  8:56am ERD:

Great show! This track would definitely yield lots of milk
  8:56am hamburger:

thanks jason. uh oh, it's getting disturbing..
  8:56am ?:

Who's milking who?
  8:57am quilty:

Is this another song about unemployment?
  8:57am Deepak:

haha yes, i had to turn down the volume at that point
  8:57am Mike East:

I'm gonna sing this song to my wife in a few weeks when she starts nursing.
  12:29am suzie:

loved sound ceremony ron warren ganderton come the change song . this songwriter sure has compelling words to sing cheers s
  4:15am Funken:

mini years LATEr...AIRplay!THANKS Jason Elbogen.WEAR'd U find this track??!(Kinfunk-Funkin 4 Africa)
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