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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
RIP Paul Revere  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Steppin' Out   Options Just Like Us!  Sundazed  1965/1998    0:02:36 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Ain't Nobody Who Can Do It Like Leslie Can   Options Revolution!  Sundazed  1967/1997  only (?) Paul Revere lead vocal?  0:03:15 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Louie Go Home   Options The Essential  Legacy  1966/2011    0:04:41 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  In My Community   Options The Spirit of '67  Sundazed  1966/1998     
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Like, Long Hair   Options   Apex  1961  featuring Paul on piano. their first hit!  0:09:28 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Don't You Just Know It   Options Mojo Workout!  Sundazed  1964/2000    0:11:51 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  I'm Not Your Stepping Stone   Options Midnight Ride  Sundazed  1966/2000  before the monkees  0:16:21 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Ups and Downs   Options Revolution!  Sundazed  1967/1998  not on this album originally but a single  0:18:38 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Just Like Me   Options Just Like Us!  Sundazed  1965/1998    0:20:19 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  The Great Airplane Strike   Options The Spirit of '67  Sundazed  1966/1996    0:23:28 Pop‑up)  
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Good Thing   Options The Spirit of '67  Sundazed  1966/1996    0:26:00 Pop‑up)  
 
The Figgs live in the studio  
Engineer: Mike Sin. Recorded Oct. 4  
Pete Hayes - drums; Mike Gent - guitar, vocals; Pete Donnelly - bass, vocals; Ted Collins - keyboards  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  If I Lose My Heart   Options         0:40:25 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Smoking A Lot   Options         0:42:26 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Paper Knives   Options         0:45:34 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Got Caught Up   Options         0:47:17 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Katy Lied   Options         0:51:56 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Hounds of Love   Options         0:54:16 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Suspended in Gaffa   Options         0:58:50 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  All the World Will Fall   Options         1:03:02 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  The Central Stumble   Options         1:06:27 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Bill Bonney Regrets/Three Times a Riff   Options         1:10:58 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  On the Slide   Options         1:18:22 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  Yet To Be Made   Options         1:20:54 Pop‑up)  
The Figgs live on WFMU!  interview   Options         1:26:43 Pop‑up)  
 
Miriam  It Happens Every Time   Options Nobody's Baby  Norton  2014    1:48:00 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  Take a Take a Me   Options Whoop Dee Doo  Burger  2014    1:49:42 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  Forever   Options Whoop Dee Doo  Burger  2014    1:52:17 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  Weird Boy Next Door   Options Whoop Dee Doo  Burger  2014    1:54:55 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  My Mind's Eye   Options Kaboodle  Lemon  2011    1:57:53 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  Paint By Numbers   Options Whoop De Doo  Burger  2014    1:59:58 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  How I Pass the Time   Options Really Really Happy  Five Foot Two  2004    2:02:26 Pop‑up)  
Kim Shattuck of the Muffs  interview   Options         2:14:04 Pop‑up)  
Muffs  I Get It   Options Whoop De Doo  Burger  2014    2:38:33 Pop‑up)  
King Tuff  Rainbow's Run   Options Black Moon Spell  Sub Pop  2014    2:41:20 Pop‑up)  
Marvelous Darlings  I Don't Wanna Go To the Party   Options Single Life  Deranged Records  2011    2:44:45 Pop‑up)  
The Fumestones  Dirty Fountain   Options Fiver Than Ever  H-Records  2004  spain  2:46:58 Pop‑up)  
 
The Morells  The Man Who Has Everything   Options Shake and Push  ESD  1982/1990  RIP Lou Whitney  2:51:38 Pop‑up)  
The Morells  Growin' a Beard   Options Shake and Push  ESD  1982/1990    2:53:34 Pop‑up)  
Big Boy Bloater and his Southside Stompers  Stayin' Home Baby   Options You Better Believe It  Spindrift  2001    2:55:46 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm efd:

I knew I could count on you for some Paul Revere tunes today. Thanks Joe.
Avatar 12:05pm SmokinJ:

God bless Paul...
  12:06pm PJ:

So many great songs from Paul Revere and the Raiders
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...right, right & right...
  12:07pm Thee Bluesman:

"Hey Joe, where ya going with those records in your hand?"
Avatar 12:07pm northguineahills:

dang, Paul Revere and the Raiders, and Tony Coulter on.... the daily WFMU conundrum.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm common:

good day, joe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm Jeff from Rahway:

R.I.P. Paul Revere. What time for The Figgs? I got a meeting @ 2. I hope it's a brief one (the meeting, that is)!
Avatar 12:09pm Joe B:

Hi everyone, thanks for tuning in! we will soon return to the land of the living with live music from THE FIGGS! plus at 2 pm Kim Shattuck of the Muffs on the telephone!
  12:10pm PJ:

There was also a pretty funny SCTV skit featuring Joe Flaherty as a washed-up Paul Revere playing at some kind of tiki bar.
Avatar 12:11pm Joe B:

the club was Cognac's Bottom of the Barrel! The piano stylings of Paul revere!
Avatar 12:13pm Joe B:

jeff, 12:30
Avatar 12:14pm Sem Chumbo:

Hey, all of you kids. Get off of my...oh, it's Joe's crew. Good afternoon, Mr. Belock. Nice colonial soldier's unifrom you have on there. Like the bowl haircut. Hello, all.
  12:15pm Kevin:

Yeah Figgs!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm Grok-o-matic:

One of the best Monkees tracks. Headquaters for the win.
Avatar 12:18pm bobdoesthings:

good afternoon
Avatar 12:18pm Joe B:

Not on Headquarters
Avatar 12:19pm Dominick:

All around!
Avatar 12:20pm Bad Ghost Zero:

Hiya!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'm partial to 'Good Thing'...
Avatar 12:22pm SmokinJ:

'Just Like Me'=True Classic
Avatar 12:23pm d¢ pät:

I knew we could trust Joe B. on the P. Revere issue. Too bad I missed most of it.
  12:23pm chris:

Wow this stuff is seems well-produced for mid-60s
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm Stevel:

Last three songs are pretty classic. Are they covers or originals. (Never knew stepping stone was pre Monkees.)
  12:24pm ken:

omg. i always dug them but to hear this extended set...
Avatar 12:25pm northguineahills:

True dat, ken.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm Mike East:

great opening, Joe B!
Avatar 12:25pm SmokinJ:

Man this shit R-O-C-K-S!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yeah, solid...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm efd:

Hard to choose a favorite, but "Great Airplane Strike" would be right up there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Grok-o-matic:

You're right. Stepping Stone is not on headquarters. I was just saying that's a great album.
Avatar 12:26pm Dominick:

Stevel - these are the originals
chris - Oh yeah! Great production value
  12:27pm Mark in Toronto:

Thanks Joe, this tribute means a lot. I was glad to see Paul Revere here at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) about 2 years ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm Parq:

Wow, with all the other hits in mind, i completely forgot about "Good Thing" until today. Man, I played the shit out of this 45 as a kid.
  12:28pm Listening Out There:

Yes [blush] I did see the band once or twice. We of course cannot forget Fang's contribution. Anyone remember Fang?
  Swag For Life Member 12:28pm tadpoles:

Brilliant thanks Joe. I always thought they were much better to listen to on record than watching their goofy antics on the TV shows.
Re Stepping Stone - I think there is a good doc on Boyce & Hart out. Sex Pistols also did it.
Cheers.
Avatar 12:28pm Dominick:

Fang!
Avatar 12:29pm Joe B:

fang on lead vocal and songwriting on in my community
Avatar 12:29pm Hoboken Jack:

I am going to have to finally pick up some Paul Revere!!
  12:32pm Listening Out There:

...Dominick knows...looks like Joe B did too. He was a guitarist who'd periodically flip over his guitar. "Fang" was spelled out on the back, in probably black electrical tape...
  12:32pm Ray:

Is something wrong with the online stream? Mine gets stuck on buffering and cant hear a thing. Help!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm efd:

I'm listening to the 128k stream with no problems. Which stream/player are you using, Ray?
Avatar 12:34pm d¢ pät:

I love their goofy antics on TV. We need more groups doing synchronized dance moves..
  12:36pm John L.:

Criminally underrated. Well, they were underrated by me until I started listening to WFMU. Growing up all I ever heard was "Indian Reservation" and, maybe, "Kicks." I seem to remember them on T.V., maybe American Bandstand, deliberately screwing up their lip syncing.
Avatar 12:37pm d¢ pät:

Sonics version of Louie Louie is the best in my book.
  12:39pm Cormac:

FIGGS give good GIGGS
Avatar 12:40pm d¢ pät:

Although I'm a big fan of Richard Berry's version..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm Stevel:

Anyone ever put together a Stepping Stone comp? there was a station in Madison, WI in the early 80s that, having been sold, played Louie Louie for about 48 hours straight, mostly the Kingsmen version with Black Flag, USC Marching Band and others mixed in. Great weekend to be working in the darkroom.
Avatar 12:40pm Hoboken Jack:

"In case you were wondering, I don't get paid to do this." Hahaha!!
  12:41pm Ray:

All fixed. Thanks for the help.
Avatar 12:43pm d¢ pät:

man, the things you learn from Joe. Didn't know that PR and Rs recorded Stepping Stone before Monkees or that they did Louie Louie before Kingsmen...
  12:45pm Thee Bluesman:

Joe, hope to see you at the Muffs FRIDAY night. I actually bought tickets so's I don't lame out. Only missed one NY/NJ area Muffs visit (the last one) since they first touched down at The Beat in Port Chester so many years ago! Looking forward.
  12:45pm Listening Out There:

While "Indian Reservation" is the band's best known tune, IMO it's not one of their best
  12:46pm Tex:

I'll give you the label and LP info Joe. Sounds great.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47pm common:

i forgot until i heard them playing, but my old band opened for these dudes in chicago many years ago. very entertaining.
  12:49pm Tex:

Heart & Smoking - Badger LP - Stomper - 2014
Paper Knives - The Name Of This Record Is Mike Gent - Stomper - 2009
Got Caught Up - Face The Bird - Pete Donnelly Music - 2013
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:50pm Greg from Bloomfield:

They were tons of fun when I saw them at SXSW. PS My band is going to be on The Chris Gethard Show tomorrow night. Everybody tune in!
  12:51pm Tex:

Ted Collins - Keys
Avatar 12:51pm Joe B:

thanks tex!
Avatar 12:52pm Joe B:

Greg what is your band?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Panglossian Prophets Of Doom. ("P-POD" for short)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm common:

what time tomorrow eve, greg?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm Greg from Bloomfield:

11pm EST – you can get info here: thechrisgethardshow.com
Avatar 12:56pm Joe B:

Bluesman, see you Friday! get there early for Miriam!
Avatar 12:57pm Joe B:

Thanks everybody for checking in on Paul revere. Hope you are digging the Figgs set!
  12:57pm Frank:

Love the Figgs. When are they gonna tour the West Coast?
  12:58pm Thee Bluesman:

We plan on it. My wife has ALL DAY OFF to get ready so hopefully no delays.
  1:01pm Tex:

Katy Lied - Summer Of Lust - Green Monkey - 1984
Hounds Of Love - Hounds Of Love - EMI - 1985
Suspended in Gaffa - The Dreaming - EMI - 1982
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this is great...
  1:03pm Dr. Jimmy:

"Sat in Your Lap", maybe?
  1:08pm Kevin:

Central Stumble is a grrrrrreat tune
  1:08pm Tex:

All The World Will Fall - Single - QDee - 2011
The Central Stumble - Single - QDee - 2011
  1:08pm Kevin:

co-written by John Powhida, now of Powhida International Airport
Avatar 1:09pm Joe B:

agreed Kevin!
Avatar 1:10pm Bad Ghost Zero:

The Figgs were on Marc Maron's podcast last year. It's available only to premium subscribers at the moment; if you've been giving Marc a couple of bucks a month you should give it a listen.

www.wtfpod.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm Greg from Bloomfield:

That's right, BGZ! Totally forgot about that.
  1:11pm Figgsfan:

So now will "Kate Bush time" be up there with "Kinks time" and "Pete Hayes time"?
  1:15pm Daniel:

Celebate Rifles cover......
  1:15pm Tex:

Bill Bonney Regrets - The Turgid Miasma Of Existence - Rough Trade - 1986
Three Times A Riff - Badger LP - Stomper - 2014
  1:16pm Kevin:

Love this transition into 3 times a riff. They did this on Fri night
  1:17pm Tex:

Joe - Three Times A Riff
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm ChrisB.:

Oh, nuts! Missed the Paul Revere tribute as only Belock knows how to throw down. Mr. Revere would be impressed.
  1:18pm Daniel:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTCmwAYbXno
Avatar 1:21pm SmokinJ:

Wonderful set...
  1:23pm Tex:

On The Slide - Unreleased - Stomper - 2014
Yet To Be Made - Face The Bird - Pete Donnelly Music - 2013
Avatar 1:36pm Michael Shelley:

great show!
  1:40pm Mike:

Thanks for having us Joe.
  1:45pm Kevin:

Great set. Love the Figgs!!
Avatar 1:45pm Joe B:

our pleasure we have to do the downstairs show for sure!
  1:47pm Mike:

Let's set one up in the spring when the new record comes out.
Avatar 1:48pm Joe B:

sounds good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm efd:

As long as it's somebody's birthday. :)
Avatar 1:52pm Joe B:

your birthday?
Avatar 1:54pm David Shortell:

Opening for the Muffs at Asbury Lanes will be Full of Fancy. It's supposedly their final gig, but how many times have we heard that before?
Avatar 2:03pm Dominick:

I'm sitting here in my own bile
Avatar 2:07pm Bad Ghost Zero:

I wonder if Buzz from Melvins was at that game.
Avatar 2:10pm Bad Ghost Zero:

Kim sends Morse code messages when she bowls; she substitutes gutters and strikes for dots and dashes.
  2:13pm Thee Bluesman:

The Pixies? Fuggeeeddaaabboudddittt!!!!
Avatar 2:16pm Mailman Tom:

Will The Muffs be performing live on WFMU ?
Avatar 2:18pm Bad Ghost Zero:

The Muffs played Pixies' "Manta Ray" at that Maxwell's show.
  2:19pm John L.:

Here's the headline:Black Francis on Pixies bass player changes: 'Big woop-dee-doo... it ... big woop-dee-doo… as far as we're concerned it ain't that big of a deal.' I like the Pixies, but the new album is pretty dull. The new Muffs, however, is great.
  2:23pm Toddophonic:

Bluesman will have the suitcase on Friday night.
  2:24pm Toddophonic:

Muffs performing live on WFMU next Saturday on the fabulous Michael Shelley show!
  2:30pm Thee Bluesman:

Toddophonic, look for a large black SUV w/NY Plates for the hook-up.
Avatar 2:32pm Dominick:

Joe, the CD in your car stopped playing because you forgot to put a protective coating of peanut butter on it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:37pm Gaylord Fields:

Todd-o-phonic told me to keep it under my hat, but to honor the memory of Paul Revere, there's gonna be a Crisco Party after the Muffs show on Friday! BYO!
Avatar 2:37pm Dominick:

Oh dear, Barney. It sounds like some poor animal has gotten stuck in the tar pit
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:38pm common:

boot and saddle is a cool place. and has a great sign.
Avatar 2:38pm Hoboken Jack:

Upset is the current band of Ali from Vivian Girls, good stuff
  2:39pm Sissophonic Cheryl:

Great interview and great live set! Joe Belock, the true People's Champion of Rock and Roll!
  2:40pm Lou:

Please come to Austin!!!

Play a Little Luxury...that song gives me goosebumps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:41pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- informative & how fun was that ?
Avatar 2:43pm David Shortell:

New Brunswick residents who can't make it to Saturday's Muffs show might want to ask around for the address that Upset are playing that night.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44pm Greg from Bloomfield:

@common: Roger that. I took like 11 million pictures of that sign.
  2:46pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Damn! You're out-Belocking yourself Joe. Great show
Avatar 2:47pm David Shortell:

King Tuff are playing at Philadelphia's First Unitarian Church tonight.
Avatar 2:48pm Lopez:

This Fumestones track is fantastic!
  2:55pm Bill in W.O.:

Thanks for the Lou Whitney tribute, Joe. Saw The Morells a bunch in the day. Lou was a one of a kind great.
  2:56pm KevinWho:

oh, Lou Whitney, just awful news
Avatar 2:57pm Bad Ghost Zero:

www.news-leader.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Gaylord Fields:

@BGZ: Also, this is a must-read:
www.davehoekstra.com...
  7:28pm Figures of Light:

Missed this -- but thanks for such a great set from Paul Revere and The Raiders -- missing only their classic Let Me -- great stuff - thanks!
  11:40am Mark in Toronto:

Joe, you played a Raiders song between "Ain't Nobody Can Do It Like Leslie Can" and "In My Community" that isn't on the playlist. What was it?
  12:13pm ya didn't play Legend of Paul Revere:

@Mark in Toronto:
song "Louie, Go Home" IS listed . . . in transposed sequence

@Joe B, who said Raiders recorded Stepping Stone before the Monkees: However, song co-writer Bobby Hart in the Monkees Season 1 DVD set contradicted:

“The closing of the [Monkees' live concert] show in 1966, '67 was Steppin' Stone. I believe this was before [flip-side] I'm a Believer came out [Nov. 1966] which later became the closer. But this is I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone which Tommy [Boyce] and I had originally written for Paul Revere & the Raiders and they turned us down but ended up recording the song as a cover to the Monkees. After the Monkees hit Paul Revere went back in and recorded it and it was an album cut for them as well [released May 1966]. A lot of kids tell us that this was the song they learned to play guitar on, or, I guess this turned out to be a garage band anthem. I don't know why maybe because it's basically a repetition of 4 chords and maybe sounds like more than it is. But this song has been re-recorded by a number of probably more other artists than any Monkees song with the exception of maybe I Wanna Be Free, including the Sex Pistols which had a pretty wild version of Stepping Stone."

Been playing Raiders in the car all summer . . . Hungry . . . Good Thing . . . Found a couple bootleg YouTube clips from their Happening TV series which Dick Clark won't release, nor Where The Action Is
Avatar 1:07pm Joe B:

Raiders' version was first, 100% regardless of what Hart says. Raiders release May 6, 1966. Monkees' version released Nov. 1966. Not even close.
Avatar 1:08pm Joe B:

I assume Hart is confused about being turned down. Boyce & Hart were pushing it to them to be their next single. It was just an album track. That is likely what he means by 'turned down.'
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