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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options March 29, 2014: His Name Is Always Buddy

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Trase  Sketch   Options Trase  Finders Keepers  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Lyla Fox  Honeymoon   Options Mirrors the Sky  Sub Pop  *   0:06:11 (Pop‑up)
Xiu Xiu  Stupid in the Dark   Options Angel Guts: Red Classroom  Polyvinyl  *   0:09:10 (Pop‑up)
James Kochalka Superstar  Overture to Carrot Boy   Options Carrot Boy the Beautiful  Sudden Shame    0:12:05 (Pop‑up)
Shriekback  Reptiles and I   Options Big Night Music  Island    0:14:42 (Pop‑up)
Damaged Bug  Metal Hand   Options Hubba Bubba  Castle Face  *   0:18:41 (Pop‑up)
Gong  National Anthem   Options The Byg Deal  B-Music    0:22:40 (Pop‑up)
Uriah Heep  Lady in Black   Options Time Machine: A Vertigo Retrospective  Vertigo    0:26:06 (Pop‑up)
Guru Guru  Woman Drum   Options Guru Guru  Brain    0:30:59 (Pop‑up)
Owl   Gypsy River   Options Vintage Hard Rocking Metal of Doom  Storm Spell  *   0:34:52 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Ernie Freeman Combo 

Rockhouse   Options

Organs in Orbit 

Capitol 

 

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Manu Chao  Heino est Mort   Options Siberie M'Etatit Conteee  Because Music  *   0:53:21 (Pop‑up)
Jean Claude Vannier  Le Ballet des Accoucheuses   Options Danse Sacrale  Finders Keepers  *   0:56:44 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Denny McLain 

Girl from Ipanama   Options

Organs in Orbit 

Capitol 

 

0:59:23 (Pop‑up)
Infants  Foam Party   Options Giant Leg  Tiger Trap  *   1:07:53 (Pop‑up)
Icy Demons  The Flea Garden   Options Tears of a Clone  Eastern Developments    1:11:41 (Pop‑up)
The Stickmen  Legend of the Stickmen   Options Insatiable  Cuneiform    1:15:34 (Pop‑up)
Tom Fite  The Sucker   Options Four Beat Rhythm: The Writings of Wilhelm reich  Workshop  *   1:19:11 (Pop‑up)
Bran Flakes/Evolution Control Committee/Go Home Productions  Pwoerhouse   Options Raymond Scott Rewired  Basta  *   1:22:40 (Pop‑up)
Shooby Taylor  Lights Out   Options The Human Horn  Shooby Taylor    1:25:33 (Pop‑up)
Trin Tran  Fashion Has Happened to Fashion   Options Far Reaches  Castle Face  *   1:27:33 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Jackie Davis 

Love is Just Around the Corner   Options

Organs in Orbit 

Capitol 

 

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The Retros  Hen Pecked Husband   Options Inner City rockers  Bdr    1:43:20 (Pop‑up)
Raging Lamos  Geraldo's Fishin Trip   Options Flipside RAFR Compilation  Flipside    1:45:56 (Pop‑up)
Gun Club  Death party   Options Death party  Sympathy for the Record Industry    1:49:36 (Pop‑up)
David Bowie  Cracked Actor   Options Aladdin Sane  Ryko    1:55:38 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Walter Wanderley 

Voce E Eu   Options

Organs in Orbit 

Capitol 

 

1:58:22 (Pop‑up)
Velvet Underground  The Gift   Options White Light/White Heat  Polydor/Universal  *   2:03:47 (Pop‑up)
Warm Soda  Someday You Will Understand   Options Young Reckless Hearts  Castle face  *   2:13:31 (Pop‑up)
Black Lips  Boys in the Wood   Options Underneath the Rainbow  Vice  *   2:14:57 (Pop‑up)
Paul and Linda McCartney  Too many People   Options Ram  Concord    2:19:05 (Pop‑up)
Richard Twice  If I Knew You Were the One   Options Richard Twice  Fallout    2:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Martin Newell  Miss van Houtens Coffee Shop   Options The Off White Album  Cherry Red    2:27:54 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Sherman  Oklahoma City Times   Options Bobby Sherman Scrapbook  KTel    2:32:53 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Billy May 

Patricia   Options

Organs in Orbit 

Capitol 

 

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The Animals  I got to Find My baby   Options In the Beginning  Sundazed    2:40:34 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Reed  Honest I Do   Options I'm Jimmy Reed  Vee Jay    2:45:04 (Pop‑up)
Thee Headcoats  Smaile Now   Options 25 Years of Being Childish  Damaged Goods    2:47:50 (Pop‑up)
Curley Putman  Jailbirds Can't Fly   Options Curley Putman's  Omni  *   2:51:04 (Pop‑up)
Bob Frank  Judas Iscariot   Options Vanguard  Light in the Attic  *   2:53:49 (Pop‑up)
Waylon Jennings  The Boxer   Options Right For the Time  Bcr  *   2:56:19 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Freddy Martin and His Orchestra 

Bubbles in the Wine   Options

TV Toons 

Capitol 

 

 


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Listener comments!

  3:04am Emile:

Morning, Bill. Great opener! Here's to Spring!
  3:04am P-90:

Another Zzzzzero Hour!
Good morning, DJ Bill M!
Avatar 3:04am Andy in Berlin:

Well good to morning everyone here and not yet here! Beautiful sunny here over here. Running out to get some rolls.
Avatar 3:04am KP:

Good morning from Virginia !
Avatar 3:05am Andy in Berlin:

...no I'm not being a poet. Still slightly asleep because our respective times are not yet re-synched.
Avatar 3:06am Bill Mac:

Hey, you're all here! Yeah I think spring is here, seasonally and in spirit. Warmer and rain this week -
RAIN GODDAMMITTT!!!!
  3:11am jeff in Puna:

Hey again Bill Mac!!!! Rainy jungle music! Sounds great out here.
Avatar 3:13am Bill Mac:

Yo Jeff, greeting from Jersey City!!!
Avatar 3:15am KP:

Dreary down here. You curating of the tonal treats is helping in that regard, Bill
  3:15am P-90:

OK, I like the musical path already.
Avatar 3:16am Whooda:

It is an exciting roll of music DJ Bill Mac.
Avatar 3:16am Bill Mac:

Thanks KP, yeah the drudge is heading up this way for the weekend. Make way fer wetness...
  3:19am Marmalade Kitty:

Good morning!
Avatar 3:19am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Boss & fellow labourers. Sun shinin', gotta get diggin'. Time to plant them there potatoes.
Avatar 3:19am Bill Mac:

@Whooda/P-90 - Walk down the roll path wit me. Hi MK!
Avatar 3:21am Bill Mac:

What up Brian. Hey all, I'm out next week, be nice to PGB who will be twiddlin' knobs etc for your listening pleasure
Avatar 3:21am Brian in UK:

Hey MK tell me it is dry up there today.
Avatar 3:23am Brian in UK:

Our clocks go forward tonight so back to eight o'clock start next week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23am mauri:

Good morning everyone! Sunny day ahead and I have to sit in a studio recording friends band darmn!
Avatar 3:24am Bill Mac:

@Brian, It better when we're in sync timewise, right? hey hey Mauri! Rather be out than in eh?
Avatar 3:26am Brian in UK:

Was it UH that did War Pigs?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26am mauri:

Yeah much rather be outdoors and listen to wfmu most of the day.
Avatar 3:26am Andy in Berlin:

@ Brian - the time change is tonight?! Why am I always the last person to know?!! :)
  3:28am P-90:

Good morning to mad dogs and Englishmen, the Finn, and Kitty
  3:29am Emile:

So this is Uriah Heep, the only one of the Big Four I never ever listened to.
Avatar 3:29am Bill Mac:

@Brian No that was Sabbath
Avatar 3:31am Bill Mac:

Oddly enough I heard them early on but not Sabbath until much later unfortunately. Who are the other of the big four?
Avatar 3:32am Brian in UK:

Just compounding my ignorance!
The Sweet?
  3:32am Emile:

Zep and Deep Purple, supposedly. I came to Sabbath later, too, in a big way.
Avatar 3:33am Bill Mac:

Of course! and I call myself a DJ!
Avatar 3:33am Andy in Berlin:

I thought the big four were Metallica, Anthrax, Slayer and Megadeath. Is there another big four?
  3:35am Emile:

Ha, we're talking about a different era... the old man era... and now you're face is mine!
Avatar 3:35am Brian in UK:

@Andy would that not be the second generation devils spawn.
Avatar 3:36am Bill Mac:

I'll just let you guys discuss - funny I'm a 70s guy and I probably would've been able to name the 80s metal band quicker.
  3:36am Emile:

likin' this owl thing
Avatar 3:37am Brian in UK:

I was indoctrinated with the first series of Game of Thrones whilst on holiday. Sex & intrigue.
  3:38am Emile:

But for me Uriah Heep was band I knew was popular but never heard... same with Iron Butterfly...
Avatar 3:39am Andy in Berlin:

Oh wait, so you mean Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother and The Holding Company?
Avatar 3:41am Brian in UK:

.....and Love?
Avatar 3:42am Brian in UK:

LA or SF? Oh this is going nowhere.
Avatar 3:47am Brian in UK:

Yes, some hits do not get too excited.
  3:47am Emile:

It's 'glam' just kind of a sham category??
Avatar 3:47am Brian in UK:

Bay City Rollers
  3:47am Emile:

Slade was 'glam' I guess
  3:48am P-90:

bay city rollers
  3:48am Marmalade Kitty:

Slade! :)
Avatar 3:48am Jay/London:

good morning Bill and all. Remember the clocks spring forward this weekend in the UK
  3:49am Emile:

Yeah, let's just call it 70's rock instead!
Avatar 3:51am Brian in UK:

In the Sixties the R 'n B bands all became 'hippie' bands. Same with glam just following the trend trying to make a buck.
  3:52am P-90:

maybe the key is to view Glam as a period that many bands of several "categories" passed through, rather than as a category unto itself...
  3:53am Emile:

Don't forget the 'skiffle' bands, which I think we just didn't have in the States, who morphed into the Who, the Beatles, Stones, etc....
Avatar 3:54am Bill Mac:

@P-90 You had to have a category to tell them apart from Prog bands right?
  3:56am Marmalade Kitty:

Wizard - Roy wood
Avatar 3:57am Whooda:

@P-90 I remember Todd Rundgren pandering to the glam crowd for a period...he looked totally ridiculous.
Avatar 3:59am Jay/London:

then there's Kiss !
  4:00am Emile:

Zero Hour listerners want to know: did Bill Mac paint his face??
Avatar 4:00am Andy in Berlin:

my vote for worst offender would have been Eno in the Roxy Music days.
  4:03am P-90:

is Kiss a glam band? they came out of that scene.
Yes, gabriel was Glam in the beginning, but was Genesis a Glam band? T.Rex was a Glam band if anyone was, but do we remember Marc Bolan or Bowie for that matter as "Glam" artists?
p.s., I started writing this before Bill came on mic and mentioned Kiss
  4:05am Emile:

Exactly, Bill. Most of these labels were media-influenced, and music lovers didn't really have anything to say about it...
Avatar 4:05am Andy in Berlin:

I never got Kiss even then. And a few years ago I was doing research for a movie and I bought a bootleg Kiss concert video on Ebay and the actual concert was like a Mad Magazine parody of a Kiss concert.
  4:08am P-90:

Like Bill just said, at some particular point in time many aspiring acts were Glam in some aspect of their musical ( or more often visual) style, but most were not "Glam bands". Like I said before, it should be seen as a "period" rather than a "category".
  4:10am The Missus:

don't forget NEW YORK DOLLS
Avatar 4:11am Brian in UK:

Did anyone ever have the Hall & Oats Silver Album. Now that is embarassing, inner sleeve posed almost naked with makeup. Awful.
Avatar 4:12am Bill Mac:

Yup, another band unjustly lumped into the "glam bag". Hall & Oates too? Naked and makeup? Awful indeed!
  4:18am P-90:

I feel relieved that I dodged the bullet and never saw that Hall & Oates sleeve, I can't imagine it and I'd rather not. But another example of my point about Glam...
Avatar 4:18am Bill Mac:

@Brian Just had a look at the H&O Cover. very feminine for sure.
Avatar 4:18am Whooda:

Short of an official description, I always took "Glam" to mean homosexual / bi-sexual in the makeup and costume trademark. For me, beginning with David Bowie.
Avatar 4:29am Whooda:

Watching old western on tv right now and realize that Native Americans were Glam before Glam was cool. Face paint and feathers galore.
  4:31am The Missus:

@Brian is this the H&O inner sleeve you speak ... http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_VTZjrOFLAKg/SQ47oLieb6I/AAAAAAAADSk/QFY8_gZbOt0/s400/IMG_4525.JPG
Avatar 4:32am Andy in Berlin:

As I recall, the NY Dolls were referred to at the time as Punque.
Avatar 4:35am Brian in UK:

@ The Missus You bet even worse when you hold it in your hand!!
Avatar 4:37am Brian in UK:

Can anyone describe their ideal Salt Beef Sandwich with emphasis on thickness and volume of beef?
  4:44am P-90:

We don't actually use the term "salt beef" in the States... can you describe it? Is it like corned beef?
Avatar 4:44am Whooda:

@Brian Corned Beef Brisket is a salted beef that can be served in thick slices
Avatar 4:45am Brian in UK:

The reason I ask is that I had one last week with sourdough and emmental and it was toasted. Good but not the real thing.
Avatar 4:48am Brian in UK:

@ Whooda, think you are on the right lines. I'm a bit confused now, maybe it's just a UK thing.
Avatar 4:52am Brian in UK:

It is brisket that had been in brine for a week or so. Loverly grub. Sorry Bill.
Avatar 4:53am Brian in UK:

Better go do a Rufus Thomas.
  4:54am P-90:

OK that sounds like what we call "corned beef". It's hard to find the "real deal" here too
  5:02am Waldo Jeffers:

Pass me the scissors. Ouch.
Avatar 5:04am Whooda:

@Brian, Yes exactly, corned beef is soaked in brine for extended time then cooked with bakery spices plus bay and mustard: cinnamon, brown sugar, ginger, clove and allspice.
Avatar 5:04am Whooda:

1972 our junior high school English teacher and the gay librarian took several weeks from our English study time and we studied Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. The librarian was sacked for that and the teacher was disiplined harshly. Bowie not particularly appreciated in rural Oklahoma in 1972.
Avatar 5:05am Bill Mac:

@Waldo Yeah, who opens a package like that?
Avatar 5:12am Bill Mac:

@Whooda - Yeah that might've been considered pushing it back then. I had a music appreciation class in 73 and we used to listen to national lampoon. whoever could keep a straight face at the jokes was given an 'A' for the days' work.
Avatar 5:13am Whooda:

I didn't understand what Ziggy Stardust was all about but was sure glad it replaced English class.
Avatar 5:21am Jay/London:

ram have not played this in many years not his best
Avatar 5:22am Bill Mac:

@Jay Which is his best?
Avatar 5:23am Jay/London:

I liked " band on the run" post Beatles
Avatar 5:26am Bill Mac:

I sort of shut down on any Beatles stuff once they broke up so unfortunately I have a lot of catching up to do.
Avatar 5:28am Jay/London:

@ Bill Indeed you Do
Avatar 5:29am Jay/London:

paul's band Wings was together longer then the beatles not a lot of people know that :)
  5:30am P-90:

@ Bill: you missed a few gems there, trust me
Avatar 5:31am Bill Mac:

We've had quite a few McCartney reissues float thru here this past year... and it doesn't surprise me that Wings were together longer than the Beatles. Seems par for the course when you get down to it.
Avatar 5:32am Jay/London:

wings from 71 to 81
Avatar 5:32am Bill Mac:

P-90 It's so easy to pick a good tune off of his solo stuff
Avatar 5:34am Jay/London:

i also liked his first solo album where i think he played everything on it
Avatar 5:35am Brian in UK:

Hey Jay are you all spick & span in the flat now?
  5:35am P-90:

I was just teasing cuz you said you shut down on Beatles post-break-up.
Also: Thanks for the Bobby Sherman, I 've had a gripe for a while that FMU unfairly underrepresents Bobby's stuff...
Avatar 5:38am Brian in UK:

Coldplay have been together for SIXTEEN years and had five albums out. What am I trying to say.
Avatar 5:39am Bill Mac:

I'm trying to say you already know too much about f*ckin Coldplay :)
Avatar 5:40am Bill Mac:

P-90 - you should withhold your $$$ til people here relent
Avatar 5:41am Brian in UK:

Had to look it up, Bill. Honest. I will be consciously uncoupling in a few minutes.
The Beatles just broke up.
Avatar 5:43am Brian in UK:

Unconsciously coupling reminds me of Ian Dury's 'Wake up and make love to me'!!
Avatar 5:44am Bill Mac:

I'm gonna have to pull up some of his stuff for future shows. Remind me, will ya?
Avatar 5:46am Jay/London:

@ Brian no not yet builders still got a bit to do am painting again this weekend but all main stuff done nice warm flat :)
Avatar 5:48am Brian in UK:

Glad to hear, it has taken long enough. Is all the music safe?
  5:49am Chrissy in London:

Morning all thanks for great tunes as always Bill woke up late gutted I missed most of the show! Good luck with the painting Jay.
Avatar 5:51am Andy in Berlin:

@ Brian - I was offline for the past hour. You say the Beatles just broke up?!! Jeez! See what you miss when you don't pay attention?
Avatar 5:51am Brian in UK:

Only good thing about these early starts is the early finish. If you get my drift.
Avatar 5:52am Brian in UK:

@Andy the bad news is the Stones have NOT broken up.
Avatar 5:52am Jay/London:

@ Brian yeah most of the albums are still boxed up have to buy some racks .. do you know where I could get some ... thanks chrissy . i keep getting waylaid with wfmu
Avatar 5:53am Jay/London:

@ brian only they faces are a bit broken up looking
Avatar 5:55am Bill Mac:

@Chrissy We'll all be in back in sync soon I hope!
Avatar 5:55am Andy in Berlin:

@ Brian - I heard there is no more dancing in the aisles at Stones concerts because of all the hip replacements.
Avatar 5:55am Brian in UK:

With the imminent release over of Noah it put me in mind of Cosby's take.
The Lord says to Noah 'I want you to build an ark'.
'Yes' Lord.
'Build it 100 cubitts by 30 cubitts by 70 cubitts'
'OK, Lord, I will'.........


'What's a cubitt?'
Avatar 5:56am Bill Mac:

Hey all, always glad to see yer smiling faces every week. Won't be here myself next week, but keep the home fires burning and we'll be back in bizniz before you know it....
Avatar 5:56am Bill Mac:

@Brian (In booming Lord voice) RIGHT!!!!!
Avatar 5:57am Whooda:

A cubitt was the size of a package of opium. God had a bad habit.
Avatar 5:58am Jay/London:

thanks bill it will give me time to finish the flat... see you all soon
Avatar 5:58am Brian in UK:

Size of ark is variable.
Avatar 5:59am Andy in Berlin:

Little tiny hairs....growing out of my face.... ......................................................................................mel...
Avatar 6:00am Brian in UK:

Drive safely.
  6:00am Chrissy in London:

Thanks Bill- have a great weekend y'all!
Avatar 6:02am Whooda:

Happy Trails DJ Bill Mac and friends.
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