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paavoharju  vilaan on aamu   Favoriting   7"    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
gigliola cinquetti  sei un bravo ragazzo   Favoriting   7"    0:02:52 (Pop-up)
fricara pacchu  koobi fora-swartkrans   Favoriting   7"    0:05:30 (Pop-up)
orange cake mix  crisp lettuce   Favoriting   7"    0:11:01 (Pop-up)
palace brothers  ohio river boat song   Favoriting   7"    0:15:32 (Pop-up)
pancho  dardanella   Favoriting   7"    0:20:22 (Pop-up)
kurt vile  the only living boy in jersey city   Favoriting best show magazine flexi tom scharpling's marathon premium 2013  7"    0:24:36 (Pop-up)
jean-francois pauvros  reve de sable   Favoriting   7"    0:26:50 (Pop-up)
blues image  ride captain ride   Favoriting   7"    0:29:24 (Pop-up)
 
bill orcutt  Solidarity Forever   Favoriting   7"  *   0:35:49 (Pop-up)
the pastels  different drum   Favoriting   7"    0:38:41 (Pop-up)
bobby gentry  louisiana man   Favoriting   7"    0:41:38 (Pop-up)
aretha franklin  i say a little prayer   Favoriting   7"    0:44:29 (Pop-up)
the style council  it just came to pieces in my hands   Favoriting   7"    0:47:12 (Pop-up)
the four tops  darling i hum our song   Favoriting   7"    0:50:49 (Pop-up)
sheila  le pipeau   Favoriting   7"    0:52:03 (Pop-up)
pet shop boys  west end girls   Favoriting   7"    0:54:35 (Pop-up)
portsmouth sinfonia  Also Sprach Zarathustra (excerpt)   Favoriting   7"    0:59:16 (Pop-up)
serge gainsbourg  initialsB.B.   Favoriting   7"    1:00:17 (Pop-up)
 
lynn collins  me and my baby got our own thing going   Favoriting   7"    1:08:34 (Pop-up)
colourbox  the moon is blue   Favoriting   7"    1:10:59 (Pop-up)
bob welch  ebony eyes   Favoriting   7"    1:15:47 (Pop-up)
thee headcoatees  jackie chan does kung fu   Favoriting   7"    1:18:51 (Pop-up)
antoine et les problemes  dodecaphonie   Favoriting   7"    1:22:10 (Pop-up)
the jam  going underground   Favoriting   7"    1:24:39 (Pop-up)
the secret goldfish  give him a great big kiss   Favoriting   7"    1:27:16 (Pop-up)
dawn chorus and the bluettes  teenage kicks   Favoriting   7"    1:29:59 (Pop-up)
stero total  super girl   Favoriting   7"    1:32:33 (Pop-up)
france gall  nounours   Favoriting   7"    1:34:50 (Pop-up)
scritti politti  absolute (version)   Favoriting   7"    1:37:13 (Pop-up)
malcolm mclaren and the world famous supreme team  buffalo gals( trad square)   Favoriting   7"    1:42:08 (Pop-up)
 
patsy cline  imagine that   Favoriting   7"    1:53:49 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  try again   Favoriting   7"    1:56:39 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  i don't wanta   Favoriting   7"    1:58:46 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  your kinda love   Favoriting   7"    2:00:40 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  walking dream   Favoriting   7"    2:03:12 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  strange   Favoriting   7"    2:05:43 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  i fall to pieces   Favoriting   7"    2:07:30 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  you were only fooling   Favoriting   7"    2:10:15 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  love love love me honey do   Favoriting   7"    2:12:31 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  hungry for love   Favoriting   7"    2:15:23 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  so wrong   Favoriting   7"    2:16:44 (Pop-up)
patsy cline  when i get thru with you   Favoriting   7"    2:20:41 (Pop-up)
 
prince and the revolution  shes always in my hair   Favoriting   7"    2:28:03 (Pop-up)
benett  hard to be you   Favoriting   7"    2:30:37 (Pop-up)
little sister  you're the one part 1   Favoriting   7"    2:33:39 (Pop-up)
sharon jones  you better think twice   Favoriting   7"    2:36:54 (Pop-up)
the brothers johnson  strawberry letter 23   Favoriting   7"    2:40:11 (Pop-up)
jacques dutronc  L'Idole   Favoriting   7"    2:43:22 (Pop-up)
royal trux  red tiger   Favoriting   7"    2:46:30 (Pop-up)
the dirty burds  gotta go   Favoriting   7"    2:50:58 (Pop-up)
eddie skuller  love is a drum   Favoriting   7"    2:52:47 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  j'ai jete mon coeur   Favoriting   7"    2:55:57 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  9:02am
diabetic dave:

Hey great opening theme! Who's it by?
  9:03am
Marmalade Kitty:

Hello Trouble & co!
  9:03am
diabetic dave:

Sounds like one of William basinski's disintegration loops
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04am
common:

ello ello!
Avatar 9:06am
glenn:

holy yellow, batman.
Avatar 9:06am
northguineahills:

cool, enjoyed the opening paavoharju!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
Trouble:

good jellow morning musical pals...hold on to your 45 adapters! it's going to be a speedlicious morn. well at least for me it is..
Avatar 9:11am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...during Therese's show it came to me that 45s sound noticeably different than LPs - I had forgotten that...
Avatar 9:12am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...sort of...
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duke:

I wish I had some orange cake, but this orange cake mix track will have to do. It's pretty sweet.
Avatar 9:14am
popsicornia:

mmmm orange cake for breakfast
  9:15am
diabetic dave:

Many years ago well actually it was Mir than 30 I had over 100 45's. Mistake I made was storing them in the basement. 1986 hurricane Andrew flossed my basement and ruined them
  9:19am
doca:

Hi, Trouble, thanks for the palace, it's been years I didn't listened to this particular song <3
  9:20am
Jack:

I'm also noticing more presence, immediacy of the 45's, more than the LP's or CD's you usually hear (not to mention MP3's). In the audiophile world, this is a known phenomenon-if you are willing to spend the bucks, LP's remastered and pressed at 45 RPM are available, and said to kill even the audiophile 33 RPM pressings...just sayin'...
  9:21am
doca:

has the daylight saving time in new jersey area already been through or it there some weeks left?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Trouble:

doca, your welcome. it's the first Palace song i fell deeply in love with...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Trouble:

no we go to daylight savings time in nov, nov 3 i think...
Avatar 9:22am
egal:

doca: 1st weekend in November
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...7"s have that quality of being more a >POP< object - somewhat more ephemeral & even disposable - & suitable for multiple play & wearing out....
- We discussed it on Therese's board - you have more 'data' going by the stylus @ higher speeds - & the grooves are farther apart...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am
Trouble:

jack, i hear you, but is the same sound improvement heard in 7" records played at 33? i have already played some 33's today
  9:23am
doca:

Thanks, Trouble and Egal. It's that I already went one hour ahead because of DST in my timezone. Soon the 9am programs will be noon programs
Avatar 9:25am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I would frequently have 12" LPs that wouldn't even play on my crap player - but big Bass on 45s seemed to work better...
Avatar 9:26am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...if I remember right!...
Avatar 9:29am
Chris from DC:

Ooh this Jean-Francois Pauvros thing is nice.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Some WigKey :
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar 9:31am
popsicornia:

some of my most memorable 7" records came in cereal boxes, little cardboard squares.
  9:33am
Jack:

Wouldn't expect 7" 33's to sound any better...as I understand it, the 2 factors involved in fidelity on vinyl that relate here are the speed (45, natch), and the space between grooves, so a 45 RPM 12 inch doesn't have to crowd the grooves, especially the inner grooves as much. Breaking out a 33 RPM album onto 2 slabs of vinyl, thus helps crowded grooves (my true geek is coming out...)
  9:35am
Jack:

On second thought, spacing of grooves probably is still better on a 7" 33 RPM with 1 song than it would be on a 12" LP with 6 songs or so...
Avatar 9:36am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...less space as you get to Center - hm...
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bobdoesthings:

Bill just played at Issue Project Room the other week.. great show!
Avatar 9:38am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& of course Singles often had different Mixes & things like this - sometimes 'rush-released' - if not in fact Engineered w/ a different format in mind technically/sonically...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39am
tim from champaign:

Howdy all! Have any of you ever run into the derisive attitude that 45/7" are too cool for school? I've run into it a few times and really don't understand that attitude. 7's are there to buy just like any other recorded media.
Avatar 9:40am
northguineahills:

Never in my world, tim....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am
Andrew Waterloo:

@Tim, I can understand being turned off by the value proposition, but 7's are too fun not to love. When I didn't have a record player it was the 7's that really made feel left out.
  9:42am
Jack:

Boy, after having Linda Rondstat's version imprinted, this is a breath of fresh air (smog and all)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - the irony is w/ digital files - the 'Single' is reemergent...Jim Morrison made the point that the Album had supplanted the painting or novel as the primary format for Art Statements - the real Concept behind 'Concept Albums' really being that the LP was what it was - a single long Piece in a notable 12" Circling of a Square...
Avatar 9:45am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the Medium is the Massage...
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mauri:

bört bäkkäräh oujee
  9:46am
Guido (Germany):

Bobby Gentry: The Delta Sweete ... great great album!
  9:46am
Marshall McLuhan:

Hmmm
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am
Andrew Waterloo:

Everytime I read a Jim Morrison quote I get really thirsty. Must be the added salt...
Avatar 9:46am
mauri:

that lousiana man had a damn nice groove and feel.
my fingers are tired. been sawing firewood all day.
  9:47am
Marmalade Kitty:

for me, Aretha.. best version of "I say a little prayer"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47am
AndrewC.:

Don't mention the album!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I know 'louisiana man' from a Hollies version!...
AW: - so *that* was Jimbo's prob. w/ drink : ) ...
  9:48am
Marshall McLuhan:

Diaper spelled backwards. Think about it.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Tuning into This Is The Modern World and hearing Paul Weller's voice. It must be Tuesday morning!
  9:50am
Marmalade Kitty:

Damn! thought at least one of you would have screamed at the sight of my spider.. :P
Avatar 9:50am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- okay - honestly - big Jam fan if not later - but this StyleCouncil making me respect...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51am
Andrew Waterloo:

I'd say that album as an artistic statement was a minor rash on film's behind. Especially when we have to call Morrison Hotel and Darkside of the Moon great artistic statements.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51am
Trouble:

i liked it very much marmalade!
Avatar 9:53am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- wull Mojo was way into Cinema - & MHotel is a great album - & Darkside's great - just *massively* overplayed...
- Spiders eat flies ! - not that I want one in my hair or shoes...
Avatar 9:55am
Sem Chumbo:

Sounds nicer in French, le pipeau.
  9:55am
SeanG:

best song ever.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57am
SeanG:

west
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SeanG:

end
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SeanG:

girls
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bobdoesthings:

www.youtube.com...
Avatar 9:59am
Roberto:

West End Girls -- heavy rotation at my college cafe, spring '87.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00am
Trouble:

i agree sean g
  10:00am
Jack:

I LOVE THIS...heard it before on Youtube, my daughter found it, makes me crack up
Avatar 10:00am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I was intro'd to the Sinfonia & The Shaggs on the same day by a pal : ) ...
  10:01am
jt:

well that was awe inspiring. maybe more -fonia than sin- but hey
  10:02am
Joe McG:

Ooh, a Serge 45. Very jealous!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:03am
Trouble:

that's sweet of you joe. but it all about the music, not the format, my collector friend...
Avatar 10:03am
mauri:

I thought it was maher shalal hash baz. Gotta check this portsmouth sinfonia out.
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βrian:

Diaphanous skies over the isthmus today. Bonjour à tous.(Et toi, Serge.)
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Quarante-cinq
  10:03am
Guido (Germany):

.... including some stolen Dvorack:New-World-Symphony-notes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:04am
Priscilla:

Sounds like Dvorak's New World Symphony
Avatar 10:05am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...my understanding is the Portland Sinfonia thing was everyone on unfamiliar instruments...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...one of Eno's famed Oblique Strategies...
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northguineahills:

correct, rev rabbit nov 63
  10:06am
Marmalade Spider:

Thanks Trouble! Yes I'm a spider for a day! probably turn back sometime later when the potion wears off..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am
SeanG:

Yes!
  10:06am
diabetic dave:

Haven't heard "west end girls" in a long long long long long long time
  10:07am
jt:

ah, that makes sense, rabbit. i wrote my own version once, called obtuse strategies.
  10:07am
Sam:

That spider is rad!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:07am
tim from champaign:

Yeah, watch out if you play the single version of The Jam's "In The City". There's an extra 2 words that aren't on the LP version.
Avatar 10:11am
mauri:

Didn't make me think of 9th symphony. 8th symphonys good and I like Dvoraks slavovic dances too.
  10:13am
diabetic dave:

If FMU wanted a little extra cash each month why not make the streaming service a subscription service like $5 a month for access
Avatar 10:16am
Cecile:

DAMN, I was thinking about Aretha and I Say A Little Prayer this AM, and you played it! And I missed it!

good morning.

Bob Welch phrases like Kermit the Frog.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am
Trouble:

i got your mental text cecile!
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Roberto:

And the flashbacks keep on coming. Ebony Eyes -- heavy radio rotation during Roberto's grade school sick days.
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Cecile:

hahahahahaha
thanks troubs
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slater:

did you know bob welch committed suicide after back surgery?
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Cecile:

I thought he had liver cancer.
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YETI BOB:

Sad.
  10:22am
sugarwolf:

Wheee, I get to listen to Trouble at work today...
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Doug Werewolf:

I listen to touble and I drink trouble coffee too
Avatar 10:24am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- bad back sent Hank, Sr. down the pill path...stomach trouble prob. under-credited as a source of Cobain's woes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am
Trouble:

good morning sugarwolf. did you go to sheep and wool last weekend?
Avatar 10:26am
Cecile:

Yup, exactly rev.
  10:27am
sugarwolf:

Yes, I went Sunday . An LYS organized a bus trip. I bought a lot :(
Avatar 10:27am
Doug Werewolf:

I was always weirded out that Hank Sr died at 29
Avatar 10:28am
bobdoesthings:

ohhh is this steady singles day?! Is that why you're only playing 7"s!?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29am
tim from champaign:

I'd love to hear Edith Massey do the intro to "Give Him a Great Big Kiss".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30am
Trouble:

yes this is singles going steady week! sugarwolf: i was toooo cheap, i wanted to buy yarn for a sweater but on size 5 needles it was sending my $$$pressure too high, so i shut it down. bought 1 skein of fab blue black tweed
  10:34am
Sam:

Julie's french show last week with Glockabelle was out of the park!
  10:36am
Marmalade Kitty:

I had a dream about magic mushrooms lastnight!?
Avatar 10:37am
Erella:

OMG this is so cool. When I was a wee child I had a teddy bear called Nounours too. How adorable. Clearly France Gall loves her teddy bear too.
  10:38am
sugarwolf:

<3<3<3 France Gall

I love the Ne Sois Pas Si Bête quoting going on in this song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am
common:

yea! Scritti!
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Magda:

Lovin' this set!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am
Ike:

Very cool Scritti Politti.
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Cecile:

I like his earlier attempts at selling out a little better.
His voice is so fluffy that he needs something like dub to balance it out, IMHO.
  10:43am
Bill W:

Bonjour! I'd ask you to play something for Catherine Deneuve's 70th birthday except 1) she hasn't released any 45s and 2) I think she was dubbed in every musical sequence she's done.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am
Trouble:

today's accuplaylist artwork comes from "discographisme recreatif" assembled by patrice caillet.
Avatar 10:44am
Cecile:

But songs to remember is a ridiculous and yet really great album.
Avatar 10:44am
bobdoesthings:

Public Disclaimer... Please do not actually shake babies in your arms.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:46am
Greg from Bloomfield:

That fiddle part reminds me of the "Camelot" song in MP & The Holy Grail...
Avatar 10:48am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I think I'm w/ Lydon on that one: wtf - ?! Hahaha!...
  10:48am
?:

Are these birds on a 7"?
Avatar 10:55am
bobdoesthings:

How do pledges count towards one program? Just whenever you place your pledge? Or if you get a DJ Premium does that mean my pledge counted toward those DJ's shows? Just curious... I pledged this month and am getting your Premium Trouble! amongst a few others.
Avatar 10:55am
Lewis:

What does Rex do for Singles going Steady? same old same old; or perhaps he has to play nothing but LPs?
Avatar 10:57am
Cecile:

you can designate where any of your money goes, even if you don't listen in real time the show you want to sponsor.
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Cecile:

I think I will only listen to Patsy Cline on 45 for now on.
You hear all these little details.
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bobdoesthings:

hmm missed that then..
  10:59am
sugarwolf:

Bill W: Dieu Fumeur De Havanes was a single! And CD "sang" on it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am
Trouble:

good point lewis!
@ bobdoesthings: if u pledge during my show, and click on the widget it goes to the show pledged for. of course it all goes into the big magical pile in the sky. i am just tryiong to make sure that i do my part and meet my goal...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am
Trouble:

i have that not so good fumeur de havanes song on cd, sorry bill not on 7"...
  11:04am
mary:

have- i go to pieces on 7"? in the mood for being torn to pieces.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:05am
Trouble:

yes mary i do!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I'm no aficionado - but I never heard these Patsy tunes! Very kewl indeed.
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Cecile:

I wish she would have lived longer. The 60s stripped down sound would have only helped her, and having material by people like Jimmy Webb and a more mature Willie Nelson to sing?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- perfect jukebox music...
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Chris from DC:

Oh yeah, RRN63
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Sean B.:

This Patsy Cline set of 45's is REALLY beautiful to behold!, Trouble.LOVE, LOVE, LOVE good old Patsy.
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Douglas:

this Patsy Cline is great - thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am
Trouble:

glad you are enjoying it all! i wondered if it would be a little too much all at once...
  11:16am
Marmalade Kitty:

nice!
  11:16am
Martin:

Really great songs! Love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am
Ike:

Cecile@10:58, you're right, these sound so much more dynamic than some of the CDs. But maybe that says more about the appalling mastering work on the CDs.
  11:17am
mary:

i must be careful for what I ask for...going to the fire escape- to trim the autumn flowers and to contemplate the neighborhood someplace downtown Manhattan. Breathe deeply. it is beautiful, right, right?! OK moving into the pretty day.
Thanks Trouble! Fantastic show!
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Cecile:

I actually think they sound better than a lot of LPs I have heard of her music.
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Chris from DC:

Thoroughly enjoying this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19am
Trouble:

all of these singles except 2 are on decca, that could explain why they sound so crunchy...the mca one was the flattest. guess which one it was?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- great unique genre-defying singer - great songs - totally stylin' arrangements quite free of any extraneous Producer errors (like backing singers on Buddy Holly that might be questionable)...
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Cecile:

Actually, the arrangements are great, but the backing singers still drive me up a tree. They had 'em on everything - even hank senior.
  11:23am
r i s k y:

Trouble, this is great! Forgot how much I love Patsy, especially this time of time.

Your #91.1 fan, R i s k y.
  11:23am
r i s k y:

of year* or time lol.
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Cecile:

but this is pretty damn pure shit-kicking country right here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am
Trouble:

bummer that i don't have my fave patsy on 7" www.youtube.com...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- found the Patsy WigKey informative & interesting :
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am
Wretch:

I didn't want to step on the real Patsy, but here's an Austin stand-by: www.youtube.com...
  11:30am
mary:

yes PRINCE!!! and one I have not heard. wow you are the best dj
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Cecile:

YES
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kirk from beer city usa:

love this track
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fred von helsing:

classico
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mauri:

uuuu
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Cecile:

a shuggie otis compostiion!
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fred von helsing:

I predict this song will be a hit
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Cecile:

it blew me away as a kid.
Very sophisticated, but not too slick.
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bobdoesthings:

dammmn.. this song is great
  11:45am
sugarwolf:

Jacques Dutronc has turned into a crazy cat lady in his old age. He has 30-40 cats!
  11:46am
sugarwolf:

I think this is the song in the Prada perfume ad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am
tim from champaign:

Royal Trux!

Hey kirk!
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Michele:

Yes Royal Trux!!!! Great show today Trouble!
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kirk from beer city usa:

hi tim!
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Off for my last day of birding for the season! Laters.
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northguineahills:

w00h00!!! Thanks Trouble!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am
Trouble:

thanks for all the good vibes kitties! see you next week with a live set by federico aubele
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