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Options January 9, 2013: Explain the Kansas of your spleen.

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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 ()
Gerry Gibbs  Use to Be a Cha Cha / Teen Town   Options Moving On  0:03:26 ()
The Lucksmiths  I Prefer the Twentieth Century (Hydroplane Remix)   Options Spring Break  0:09:49 ()
Broadcast  Come On, Let's Go   Options The Noise Made by People  0:14:22 ()
 
Bird Radio  The Boy and the Audience   Options The Boy and the Audience  0:22:56 ()
Caravan  Hello Hello (demo)   Options The World Is Yours - The Anthology 1968-76  0:25:48 ()
PS22 Chorus  Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (Tame Impala song)   Options YouTube  0:29:05 ()
Super Furry Animals  Where Do You Wanna Go?   Options Dark Days/Light Years  0:31:02 ()
Tony Mason-Cox  You Are My Heart's Delight   Options I Must Sing  0:33:33 ()
Lord Kitchener  Ah Doh Lenin   Options Hot Pants  0:35:57 ()
 
Jenny O.  Well OK, Honey   Options Home  0:43:50 ()
Greg & Steve  Kids in Motion   Options Kids in Motion  0:46:43 ()
Acid House Kings  Would You Say Stop?   Options Music Sounds Better with You  0:48:42 ()
A Great Many  SelectNose4Kids.com   Options Rotang.com  0:52:18 ()
Tokyo Police Club  Since U Been Gone   Options 10x10x10  0:55:33 ()
 
Patti Page  Learnin' My Latin   Options Manhattan Tower  1:04:45 ()
Patti Page  A City Girl Stole My Country Boy   Options Mercury single 71792  1:07:06 ()
Patti Page  It All Depends on You   Options Page Two: Patti Page Sings a Collection of Her Famous Songs  1:09:20 ()
Patti Page  Detour   Options Romance on the Range  1:11:40 ()
Patti Page  Changing Partners   Options The Voices of Patti Page  1:14:33 ()
Patti Page  Because Him Is a Baby   Options Mercury single 71510  1:17:10 ()
Patti Page  Old Cape Cod   Options Patti Page's Golden Hits  1:19:45 ()
Patti Page  Bring Us Together   Options Mercury single 71247  1:22:30 ()
Patti Page  Mama from the Train   Options Mercury 78 rpm disc  1:24:23 ()
 
Patti Page  Steam Heat   Options The Waltz Queen  1:30:48 ()
Patti Page  Can't Get Used to Losing You   Options Say Wonderful Things  1:33:18 ()
Patti Page  New York's My Home   Options Manhattan Tower  1:35:29 ()
Patti Page  Longing to Hold You Again   Options Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte  1:38:37 ()
Patti Page  Down the Trail of Aching Hearts   Options Romance on the Range  1:41:14 ()
Patti Page  I Wanna Be Around   Options Say Wonderful Things  1:44:21 ()
Patti Page  Darn That Dream   Options You Go to My Head  1:46:47 ()
Patti Page  The Voice Inside   Options Mercury single 70766  1:49:31 ()
Patti Page  Nice Work If You Can Get It   Options The West Side (Orch. arr. & cond. by Pete Rugolo)  1:52:01 ()
Patti Page  Every Time I Feel His Spirit   Options Mercury single 70971  1:54:30 ()
 
Metric  Sick Muse   Options Fantasies  1:59:38 ()
Hacia Dos Veranos  Bolero   Options Limay  2:03:55 ()
Doug Skinner  My Pal Satan   Options The Porchnik Archives  2:07:05 ()
Dave King  The Werewolf and the Silver Bullet   Options Indelicate  2:09:27 ()
Cal Tjader & Stan Getz  Crow's Nest   Options Sextet  2:13:57 ()
Club 8  The Boy Who Couldn't Stop Dreaming   Options The Boy Who Couldn't Stop Dreaming  2:22:20 ()
Optiganally Yours  Spanish Flea   Options unreleased track  2:25:11 ()
The Ministry of Sound  Rain Rain Rain   Options Men from the Ministry  2:26:10 ()
The Chambers Brothers  Uptown   Options The Time Has Come  2:29:21 ()
 
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club  Awake   Options B.R.M.C.  2:36:55 ()
Blue Öyster Cult  Workshop of the Telescopes   Options Blue Öyster Cult  2:42:51 ()
Sweet Mother Logic  Lord Tennyson   Options Natural History  2:46:18 ()
Blake Mills  Hey Lover   Options Break Mirrors  2:50:25 ()
Hank Mobley (Lee Morgan: trumpet & composer)  Me 'N You   Options No Room for Squares  2:53:46 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 1/9/13 2:59pm rrg:

Hello and howdy do.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:02pm rrg:

Problems? Use basic mode.

But I never have problems.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:02pm Matt from Springfield:

'Tis the week's turningcorner!
Hi Irwin! Greetings, Irwinners!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:03pm G:

A little harmonic distorrtion on the loose never hurt anyone.

Are they going to hop on pop?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:04pm G:

@rrg: It *is* possible to have problems without realizing you are having them...
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:05pm Matt from Springfield:

The Bonzo Dog Band sang of "the Canyons of Your Mind", I'm sure that would also explain the Kansas of your spleen.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:05pm rrg:

I love Dr. S. I have in fact been listening to the soundtrack of "Dr. T" this week. Such great stuff.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:05pm PMD:

I'm listening LIVE and so excited to be doing so. Hi Irwin!!!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:06pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: One man's audio chaos maker is another man's freeform fighter...
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:06pm G:

@Matt: Does that mean when this show starts we are all officially over the hill?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:06pm Matt from Springfield:

PMD! Long time no!
How are ya doing!
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:06pm rrg:

Can you PROVE that you're listening live?
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:06pm Irwin:

'Lo, PMD. And the whole virtual gang.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:07pm phat:

always dug Teen Town, actually.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:07pm G:

Maybe we should make gang gestures now and post them to FB
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:07pm rrg:

Who you callin' virtual? I'm REAL, man. Don't know about these other guys.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:09pm rrg:

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: For the "turningcorner"? Well at least for the M-to-Fers here, W would be the turningcorner.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:10pm Parq:

I'm No. 2, and I'm hardly trying.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:10pm Michael:

Howdy Irwin. Howdy listeners. Certainly sounds like that Teen Town.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:10pm Parq:

Dang. Figures.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:13pm Parq:

And a warm wve of the hand to PMD.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:13pm Mike East:

I'm an M-er F-er
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:13pm G:

@Matt: If as you imply we're now in the latter half of humpday, then hexamerally we are over the hill and careening down the other side
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:15pm PMD:

Aw, shucks... Finally got a temp job at which I can listen live! Hope everyone is well. And Parq, you are too funny. I'm #3.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:16pm Stevie Wonder:

You are the Kansas of my spleen
That's why I'll never stay around
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:19pm common:

i miss her music
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Joyfully sledding down the other side of the hill!
And if there's no snow where you're at? Sled down anyway!
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:20pm still b/p:

Bile E. Coyote roams the Kansas of my spleen.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:21pm PMD:

These speakers suck though. Irwin's voice is not as melodious as usual. Or does he have a cold?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@PMD: Splendid luck! Glad you're back.
@Mike: That's why I chose "M-Fer" for us working stiffs, it's the new L7, and BETTER!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:22pm G:

The Codger must have helped him haul all that Patti Page. Although Patti was jailbait when OC was in his prime or primo.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:23pm Matt from Springfield:

MP3s are probably the "lightest", at least because of their reduced size and compression. WAV files are rather large, and seem to have an "emptiness" like multiple unused channels on them.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Too young, too pop for him, but the Codger probably enjoyed Patti nonetheless. Just like when Irwin played Miley Cyrus, that's like when the Codger listened to Patti Page, I bet.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:25pm rrg:

I'm an ALAC man myself.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I like this arrangement, different minimalist-folk for Sexton, but it's great. I like most of Sexton's stuff.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:26pm rrg:

"Used to"? I like to think that Irwin is not yet done playing Miley Cyrus.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:28pm rrg:

Give me a British accent and you've already 50% got me.

I'm such a pushover.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:28pm Miley:

He better, he better, you bet ;) ;*
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:29pm G:

Caravan? IC continues his slowmotion forgotten prog excavation
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Dang it rrg! She's old news! Ancient history! Over! Not that Miley *needed* to be to begin with, but she's pushing 20 now. Time for the next Disney starlet to be selected and produced.

But to be fair, I'm also such a pushover. British accent >= 50% of getting me.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Wooo! Tame Impala's reached the school chorus circuit! Maybe we could have other Langley School Project(s) from PS 22!
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:33pm rrg:

Disney's stable is always full with new starlets. Bridgit Mendler, Debbie Ryan, many more.

I don't like the word "stable" in this context. Let's pick another one.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:35pm rrg:

I thought for a second it might be the same school for which Gilbert is doing the comedy benefit (his daughter's school), but that's PS 11, not PS 22 (just checked).
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:36pm rrg:

Word. I don't like the WORD "stable" (not "world").

Maybe Irwin can fix that for me.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:37pm seang:

i love me some vapid starlets
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:37pm Matt from Springfield:

There's something I like about Tony Mason-Cox. I don't know why, but I do.

Lord KITCHENER! I know why I like him!
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:38pm Irwin:

rrg: fixed.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:38pm G:

Irwin is no editing slave, rrg. Honestly! :-)
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:39pm Matt from Springfield:

His Lordship is correct: no use in a needle, if it's too soft!
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:40pm rrg:

@Matt: You like him because he has a pretend British name.

@Irwin: Thanks.

@G: But it's IMPORTANT.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:42pm jan:

What is a record and what is a needle?
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:44pm pierre:

Still here… Still listening…

Bonsoir Irwin, bonsoir listeners I haven't said bonsoir to yet
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:44pm rrg:

I say it's crackle, the crispy sound. You've gotta have crackle or the clock's not wound.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Doug Schulkind on the other hand, is an editing slave! Make a typo sometime and you'll see! ;)

@rrg: I do like that he took the name of a particular British general, but Calypsonian and dub performers are BIG on British honorifics. As they should be, it cements their status as fine musicians.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:48pm Irwin:

Can someone explain this song/show for me (Kids in Motion)?
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:48pm common:

holy shit!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:48pm G:

@jan: an adequately rigid needle can help a disc get its groove back.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: 80s kids show I presume. Was it a kids exercise show? It's certainly no "Kids Incorporated", maybe a ripoff of that.
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:50pm Michael:

I saw a lot of kids tv when my daughter was growing up but this came after or before so I got nothing Irwin.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:50pm CPS:

"Greg & Steve"? What the hell are they doing? And where are their last names? Find those out, and run a check on them...
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:51pm Manolo:

I love you Irwin
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:53pm G:

nosejob.com? can you give me an example?
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:54pm rrg:

I giggle, I laugh.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:54pm G:

Donate your nose today
  Wed. 1/9/13 3:56pm Arnie Pectin:

Kars for Noses?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:56pm Parq:

Was there a car alarm outside my window or was it part of this remix? I honestly couldn't tell, and it stopped before I could turn the flash player off to check.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 3:57pm Irwin:

AGM conveys via email: "Please let commenters G & Matt know AGM/Droll dedicated this to them, and I'll catch up on the archives later."
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:03pm rrg:

My childhood too!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, thank you much Droll!
(I like A Great Many of your projects as well!)
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:04pm G:

I notice there's never a KARS4KIDS jingle sample. Those dudes are legal flamethrowers when it comes to I.P. :-)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:04pm pierre:

I only get 1% of what's happening here, but I don't mind, I would even go for a "I like it" kind of feeling.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:04pm rrg:

I always wanted to multitrack myself singing "Doggie in the Window". Just for me and my friends.

I never did. But I still might.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:06pm rrg:

Omnes Gallia in tres partes divisa est.

I think. I used to know this stuff cold.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:06pm G:

She had enough gall to be divided into three parts!

And she's going through all principal 'parts' of the verb "love"
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:08pm rrg:

Okay, so we're both showing off.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:09pm G:

It's from the start of Caesar's Gallic Wars, which is the first prose they made you read. Simple, plain style.

Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres...
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:09pm rrg:

Did you buy these singles when they were new? Or are they later-in-life collector acquisitions?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:11pm Snortley:

Semper ubi sub ubi.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:11pm Matt from Springfield:

And woah! I'm already havin' a ball with "Learnin' My Latin"! This is wonderful!

And, comes from a time when this song had relevance, when many schools still required Latin courses. That would have made a great Sesame Street/Electric Company song, if those HIPPIES gave a crap about Latin! Hmmph!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:12pm rrg:

I love this song as sung by Whispering Jack and by Ruth Etting (and played on the Codger's program at one time or another). Never heard Patti's version before.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:13pm northguineahills:

I like Sesame Street's take on this song ("Danger Sign")
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:14pm rrg:

I remember it (and I'm not checking, now) as "Tota Gallia in tres partes divisa est".
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:14pm Parq:

This set is wonderful, and all the more welcome in that Monica's Patty P tribute got delayed for a week.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:14pm Parq:

<coughs> Patti.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:14pm rrg:

They don't teach Latin anymore?

Fuck!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:14pm Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: A small .01 sample will not yield you any understanding of all this, but it will give you a tremendous feeling of delight!

Et bonjour, ami gaulois! ;)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:15pm rrg:

Irwin can fix that.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:15pm G:

@rrg: I looked up the De Bello Gallcio incipit on Perseus (online classical studies text site) to check my never perfect memory :-)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:16pm rrg:

So Monica will do another Patti tribute? In that case I will set up my VCR to record it. So to speak.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:16pm G:

Gallico. Stupid digits.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:17pm G:

@rrg: Trip down memory lane?

www.thelatinlibrary.com...
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:17pm rrg:

I still think that's what those damned Jesuits taught me. But they could have been simplifying it for some reason.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@rrg: It's still an elective in most places, but of course you'd have to fit it in among all the other electives you want to take and required courses, so the majority don't. Particularly since room for only one foreign language is usually factored into the syllabus.

But like cursive writing nowadays, when something's no longer required, watch competency in the topic (and in general) plummet in coming years.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:19pm rrg:

They made me read Catullus, I remember that. For "college credit".
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:20pm G:

I'm after the transition you were before, rrg. I didn't get Latin in grade school. Took ancient languages to study literature, as a grad student...
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:20pm Parq:

Old Cape Cod! <sighs dreamily>
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:20pm G:

Catullus has dirty bits. Not as many as Martial. :)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:21pm rrg:

And she really did this before Mary Ford and Les Paul?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:22pm G:

Background singers cost too much money, so I read in a PP obit :-)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:22pm Mike Fun:

Her voice reminds me a little of Karen Carpenter.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:22pm rrg:

I didn't have it in grade school, only in high school.

It wasn't elective, either. It was required. But that was no surprise at the time.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:23pm 404 error -- page not found:

Times have changed, haven't they....you think if I played Black Sabbath to Patti Paige at a sufficient volume, her head would explode?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:23pm Carmichael:

HI Irwin and others. I had to take Latin in grade school. Surprisingly useful, even today.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:24pm rrg:

This is a great set. A lot of these I haven't heard before (and I thought I had a couple two three PP albums).
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:24pm G:

@Mike Fun: OTHER WAY AROUND! :-)
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:24pm Matt from Springfield:

I never took a Latin class (sondern wählte ich Deutsch), but I kept it up as a hobby with a friend who took it (before taking Japanese afterwards). So while not knowing conjugations and stuff offhand (See: The Life of Brian!) Latin's one of those languages you haven't studied but still know a bit about.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:24pm Alison Porchnik:

Damn, I missed the SelectNose4Kids spot!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:25pm Mike Fun:

Really? You mean the '50s came before the '70s? Geez, thanks! I never knew!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:25pm rrg:

This has enough surface noise to please even the Codger.

But I'm NOT COMPLAINING.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:26pm Mike East:

really enjoying this Patti Page tribute, Irwin. Here voice(s) is/are like candy in my ears.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:26pm Mike East:

...but less sticky
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:26pm rrg:

It'll be in the archive, AP. I'm sure of it.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:27pm Alison Porchnik:

RRG, I was lucky enough to get a pre-hear last night. But it's not the same as hearing it "live on the air"
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

I'll have to ask if my Grandma remembers this "Mama From The Train"--she's a lifelong Pennsylvanian.

And though not always "cold", the English of PA Dutch descendants remains quaint to this day. Prepositions especially are not what you'd expect in Standard American English.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:28pm rrg:

But the Codger wouldn't have approved because I'm sure it's an LP and not a 78.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:28pm rrg:

So it WAS a 78! I stand corrected.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:29pm rrg:

Well, sit.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:30pm david:

Did that last song inspire the Danny Devito film?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:31pm Listening Out There:

I was waiting for you to mention Mary Ford, Irwin. Really, I was. It's similar stuff...
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Also cool about Sidney Bechet--he was a talent for sure.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:31pm Listening Out There:

Ah. What is "cassette"?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:31pm Alison Porchnik:

I think it inspired the title. Hitchcock inspired the story.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:32pm G:

quoth wiki: "The title comes from Patti Page's 1956 hit song, "Mama from the Train (A Kiss, A Kiss)". The film was inspired by the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock thriller Strangers on a Train, which also plays a role in the film."
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:32pm Matt from Springfield:

And Patti's got Ken beat -- Boiler CHORUS!!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:32pm PMD:

Ssssssteam
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:33pm Unclear on the concept:

This isn't a waltz.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@LOT: I think, I had a dish called "cassette", or something like it, at a French restaurant..
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey, is this the SAME backing track as Andy Williams' version?? Was it from the same label, or concurrent singles?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:34pm Carmichael:

Is this still Caravan?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:34pm Listening Out There:

Cool. Have not heard PP's version of this. I only know versions of Andy Williams and The English Beat.....
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:35pm rrg:

I have this! Not so scratchy, though.

I was gonna play it. I think I still will.

Think I like Andy Williams' version a little more, but this is also great.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:35pm PMD:

Yes, really nice.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:36pm Matt from Springfield:

"Written by Jerome "Doc" Pomus and Mort Shuman, first made popular by Andy Williams in a 1963 record release" -- mentions Patti has sung it, but doesn't say when.

Also of note: "In one of Kermit Schafer's blooper books, it says that an announcer introduced the song as "Can't Get Used to Using You"."
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:37pm rrg:

The Bronx is up and the Battery's down.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Compare these verses with: "The Spinach Song", by Julia Lee and Her Boyfriends.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:37pm rrg:

I speak from personal experience.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:39pm Alison Porchnik:

@Matt- How about "All That Beef and Big Ripe Tomatoes"?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:40pm Parq:

@Matt from S, 4:36 - I think it just means that the Andy was a cheap cover version. Who knew that even Patti P had too much soul for some people.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:41pm G:

@Carmichael: These are actually outtakes from Pages from Topographic Oceans. Anderson's voice sounded *so* feminine sometimes.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:42pm glenn:

patti with the greatest guitarist ever. http://www.jukebo.com/patti-page/music-clip,confess-feat-george-barnes,xs83k8.html
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:43pm rrg:

Why NOT play "Doggie in the Window"?

Come on, it's a fine song. "He needs a little doggie to protect him."
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:44pm Mondegreen:

Huh? Aiken Hartz?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:44pm G:

arf arf
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:44pm Alison Porchnik:

rrg- Please don't encourage Irwin to torture us. His pal is Satan.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:45pm Listening Out There:

The arrangement for "Down the Trail..." does sound like "Doggy," doesn't it? Maybe they're from the same session...
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:45pm rrg:

Mine too!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:46pm Matt from Springfield:

@AP: Haven't heard that one, but I loves the entendres of Julia Lee! Will check out.

Oh! So *that's* where our ol' Pal gets his selections from, his ol' Pal...
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:46pm Laura L:

I second rrg on that--I can't estimate how many times I played "Doggie," alternating with Soupy Sales's "Do the Mouse." C'mon, play that Doggie song.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:47pm Alison Porchnik:

If that song is played I'll have to disappear. Not that it's anyone's loss but mine (once the song ends).
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:47pm G:

Doggie, 4:57, I called it :P
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@Parq: I think it's saying the Andy version was out first (but of course, Andy double-tracked his vocals. Who does he have to thank for THAT, eh Patti!)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:49pm rrg:

AP, it's 2 minutes and 30 seconds long. When it starts, turn off WFMU for that long. Then come back.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:50pm Alison Porchnik:

You assume Irwin will do your bidding, just because you're both pals of Satan.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:51pm Satan:

How Much Is That Doggie In The Window's Soul?

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!11!!!!!!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:51pm rrg:

It's not what you know, it's who you know.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:52pm Satan Speaks:

Do it, Irwin.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:52pm rrg:

"I must take a trip to California, and leave my poor sweetheart alone."
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:54pm G:

PATTITHON.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:54pm glenn:

it's not who you know, it's who you do.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:54pm rrg:

You know, I read in the papers there are robbers.
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:55pm Hugh:

Thanks, Irwin, Enjoying this Patti Page tribute all to hell!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:55pm Satan:

@Hugh: You said it, bub. :)
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:55pm Hugh2:

Yes, diggin it!
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:56pm Laura L:

Pete Rugolo got her to do that number more June Christy-like, didn't he.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:58pm Frances Gumm:

Fowler? WTF kinda shitty name is THAT?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:58pm Alison Porchnik:

Thank you Irwin. And Satan
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:58pm PMD:

Is that you Hugh?
  Wed. 1/9/13 4:58pm rrg:

"Endure"? "Endure"?
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice curating Patti's classics, Irwin! This hour of Patti Page was indeed a lot more fun than I expected!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 4:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@AP: "I love you Irwin Chusiddddd....And Satan!"
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:00pm Matt from Springfield:

@Frances: Just like you to Gumm it all up!
Now get back on set! Take more pep pills! No, flash your *eyes*, the EYES!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:00pm rrg:

He could still surprise us. He likes to do that.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:01pm glenn:

i thought that was metric.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:01pm Alison Porchnik:

It's true, Matt, but how can we not divide our affections. So hard to choose...
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:03pm Irwin:

Can someone look up the source of "Bring Us Together"? It was on cassette w/no vinyl ID.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:04pm Laura L:

We want the one with the waggly tail!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:05pm Irwin:

Satan will soon be paying us a visit. Or his pal, anyway.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:05pm rrg:

discogs.com says it was Mercury 45 RPM single 71247X45
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:05pm Doggie the Hunted:

That was a fine set. Leave me outta this. And that Satan guy is scary!!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:06pm rrg:

Released Dec. 13, 1957.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:06pm rrg:

Damn, I hope that doggie's for sale.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:06pm Irwin:

Thx, rrg. If you want to double check my other entries, I was lookin' some up on the fly. I didn't note the sources on the cassette.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:07pm Matt from Springfield:

There are various Mercury serials I'm seeing, but it appears the original 45 issue was 71247.
@rrg: B-side "Belonging To Someone"?
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:08pm glenn:

emily haines' (from metric) dad made this : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escalator_over_the_Hill
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:08pm Alison Porchnik:

Yay, Doug Skinner!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Woooohoooo! GO Doug Skinner!
Codger-friendly Satanic programming!!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:08pm Satan:

Doug's real name is Beelzebub.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:09pm Matt from Springfield:

B.L.Z. Bub, Esq.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:10pm Andrew Waterloo:

I just finished reading about hell via the Economist
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:11pm Satan:

The road to hell is paved with bad economics. Don't tell anyone, it's a secret.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:11pm rrg:

"A City Girl Stole My Country Boy" is Mercury single 71792, not 71729.

Since you ask.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:12pm Carmichael:

Here you go, Irwin:

Patti Page With Vic Schoen And His Orchestra‎– Bring Us Together

Label: Mercury – 71247X45
Format: Vinyl, 45 RPM, 7"
Released: 13 Dec 1957

A
Bring Us Together
Written-By – Harold Beebe

B
Belonging To Someone
Written-By – Hoffman, Manning
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:13pm Irwin:

Great, thanks!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:13pm rrg:

Other single attributions look okay.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks fellow OCDers Carm and rrg!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:16pm rrg:

Hey, who you callin'...?

Ah, never mind.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:16pm Andrew Waterloo:

wow, I thought the road to hell was paved with wry wit and tabloid magazines.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:17pm Andrew Waterloo:

Hell is a very contradictory place.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:18pm Satan:

Yeah, but you *can* get there from here

(CUE EVIL LAUGH WITH HEAVY REVERB)
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:18pm Laura L:

Irwin, can you lowercase "To" for "Use to Be a Cha Cha," "On" for "It All Depends on You," "From" for "Mama from the Train," "To" for "You Go to My Head"? Just askin'.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:19pm rrg:

What she said.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:20pm Punk Tyou Ehshun:

Yeah, or we'll take a tire iron to yez
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:20pm Laura L:

Darn, I missed the "By" you've got in "The Noise Made By People." For crissakes please get that lowercased.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:22pm Matt from Springfield:

@Irwin: I should mention that last week I was at a Kohl's store, tracking down a number of things and hearing their piped music of inoffensive, palatable A/C hits of "decade, decade, and TODAY!" for a good while. Typical of stores...When all of a sudden the next song is a great pop song that I recognize: this is a WFMU song! I couldn't remember the name but had learned it through your playing it.

I looked it up -- sure enough Camera Obscura's "French Navy"! In the middle of an otherwise easy listening dreckfest of piped music! Then it went back to the usual stuff after that but what an inspiring gem thrown in the middle! There's a ghost in the machine, I hope!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:22pm Irwin:

Laura: Got 'em all. Did I miss anything else?
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:24pm Laura L:

One more--"With" doing in "Music Sounds Better With You"--get that big W down! Thank you!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:24pm rrg:

Laura, would you lowercase "With" in "Music Sounds Better With You"?

I would. But I can be talked out of it.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:25pm rrg:

Beat me to it. Again!

Game on.

No, just kidding. I'm a sweetie. There's no game.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Creative version of "Spanish Flea"!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:28pm rrg:

Yeah, but it sounded wrong. "Spanish Flea" needs...brass.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:31pm rrg:

And they really were brothers.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:33pm Matt from Springfield:

The Chambers Brothers--somewhat forgotten soul classics beyond their hit "Time Has Come Today".
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:47pm Irwin:

Satan caused me to FU that segue.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:49pm Carmichael:

Now I was sure this WAS Caravan, until I looked. Another download!
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Satan gives, and Satan takes.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:51pm Laura L:

And Satan made you upper case "Of" and "The" in the BÖC listing and miss putting the umlaut on the album title there. I'm uncomfortable about the lack of commas in "Rain Rain Rain" too... @rrg, I know it's all in good copyediting fun.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:53pm Irwin:

Rain Rain Rain is the actual title. The B'OC screwups are fixed.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:54pm Carmichael:

Not all of 'em ....
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:54pm rrg:

"Workshop of fhe Telescopes"
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:56pm Becky:

Irwin's on fire! Great playlist. Glad to be back FROM the east coast so I can listen to you. Thank you!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:56pm Irwin:

I AM HAZ THE DUMB TODAY.
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:56pm rrg:

Should be "No Room for Squares"
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:56pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: "The Caravanesque Programme, with Irwin"
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

This is the first Lee Morgan Twin Spin (in awhile, anyway) that's used Lee in the opening, AND closing songs!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:58pm Laura L:

This is just a guess, but I bet the Ministry of Sound men didn't know from Chicago Manual of Style.
Avatar    Wed. 1/9/13 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful show today Irwin! Thanks for learnin' us some Patti Page, nice tribute.
Have a good night everyone!
  Wed. 1/9/13 5:59pm rrg:

Yeah, they called it "The Chicago Manual Of Style"
  Wed. 1/9/13 6:00pm rrg:

Yes, thanks Irwin (esp. for PP) and g'night, all. Eat well.
  Wed. 1/9/13 6:03pm G:

Andy showing off his jazz chops
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