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Options February 29, 2016: Leap

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Akpatok  Opowieści Wielkiej Góry   Options Two Winters Two Springs  Low Clouds       
Little Shalimar  Edge of The Edge (instrumental)   Options sdtk, "Rubble Kings": The Album  Mass Appeal      0:09:13 (Pop‑up)
Frank Zander  Der Ur-Ur-Enkel von Frankenstein   Options Ich Trink' Auf Dein Wohl, Marie / Der Ur-Ur-Enkel Von Frankenstein 7"  Hansa  1975    0:12:46 (Pop‑up)
Gelbart  Spacetime Reverie   Options Preemptive Musical Offerings to Satisfy Our Future Masters  Gagarin      0:16:47 (Pop‑up)
Santigold  Can't Get Enough of Myself (feat. B.C.)   Options 99 Cents  Atlantic      0:19:22 (Pop‑up)
Joe Haywood  Warm & Tender Love   Options Warm & Tender Soul  Playback  1964    0:23:15 (Pop‑up)
Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band  The First Ten Minutes of Cocksucker Blues   Options The Rarity of Experience I & II  No Quarter      0:25:53 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Jones  Flower Turned Inside Out   Options Fleeting  Thrill Jockey      0:37:29 (Pop‑up)
unk  Emocean   Options sdtk, "Fenster's Emocean"  Morr Music      0:51:58 (Pop‑up)
Tara Cross  PK-15   Options Tempus Fugit  Permis de Construire  1988    0:55:44 (Pop‑up)
unk  Mental Blues   Options sdtk, "Fenster's Emocean"  Morr Music      0:58:29 (Pop‑up)
Alur Horns (Uganda)  unk   Options V/a, African Gems  SWP      1:01:00 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Edney  Tonga Whales   Options V/a, New Songs of the Humpback Whale  Important  2008    1:07:02 (Pop‑up)
Horn Ensemble (Congo)  unk   Options V/a, African Gems  SWP      1:12:45 (Pop‑up)
Eric Dolphy  God Bless The Child   Options 12 Classic Albums 1959-1962  Enlightenment    orig. Images  1:17:16 (Pop‑up)
Jared Leibowich  Early Morning Sunrise   Options Welcome Late Bloomers  Sundae      1:23:56 (Pop‑up)
Cavern of Anti-Matter  Tardis Cymbals   Options Void Beats / Invocation Trex  Duophonic      1:34:59 (Pop‑up)
Berlin  The Metro   Options Pleasure Victim        1:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Melanie Martinez  Dollhouse (instrumental)   Options         1:51:19 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Menche  Cave Canem Part 2   Options Cave Canem        1:56:17 (Pop‑up)
The Cave Singers  That's Why   Options Banshee        2:05:48 (Pop‑up)
Fred Frith / Darren Johnston  Rising Time   Options Everybody/s Somebody/s Nobody  Clean Feed      2:10:10 (Pop‑up)
Guided By Voices  I Am A Tree   Options Mag Earwhig!        2:13:18 (Pop‑up)
Steve Reich  Four Organs (excerpt)   Options Four Organs/Phase Patterns  Superior Viaduct    goddammit, whose talkover music is this? please tell me, it's killing me.... it's Irwin, isn't it?  2:24:16 (Pop‑up)
Woo  (can't tell what song)   Options Awaawaa  Palto Flats      2:35:07 (Pop‑up)
Eerie Wanda  New Harmony   Options Hum  Beyond Beyond Is Beyond      2:35:36 (Pop‑up)
El Perro Del Mar  Candy   Options S/t        2:38:24 (Pop‑up)
Venice Dawn  Ready to Love   Options Adrian Younge Presents: Something About April II  Linear Labs      2:41:41 (Pop‑up)
F ingers  Escape Into The Bushes   Options Hide Before Dinner  Blackest Ever Black      2:44:46 (Pop‑up)
Ronnie Deauville  Smoke Dreams   Options Smoke Dreams  Era Records      2:49:05 (Pop‑up)
The Ephemeral Man  Sometimes   Options V/a, Alrealon Musique Presents: From A to U  the wire magazine      2:51:16 (Pop‑up)
Sidestepper  Supernatural Love   Options Supernatural Love  Real World      2:54:02 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:02pm Polyus:

I am a 48 year old underachiever and I also blame WFMU!
Avatar 3:03pm Wild Neil:

@Scott-greetings to Scott and one and all! PEACE be unto you all!
Avatar 3:03pm Wild Neil:

@Polyus-class of 1985 here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm Dave in Vermont:

Hey Cliff and Neil, small world. I am currently pursuing a TESOL certificate.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm Scott Williams:

whuttup fellas? thanks for hanging
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm Uncle Michael:

This is pushing my in-ceiling speakers to their low-end limit!
Avatar 3:09pm Cliff:

Hi Scott & everybody!

Where are you doing yours, Dave in Vermont? In Vermont? Or somewhere else? And what country/ies do you plan on teaching in? I'm sticking with Eastern Europe for the time being, but I might try S. Korea or the U.A.E. at some point.
Avatar 3:10pm Wild Neil:

@Dave-I am thinking of getting my feet wet with Literacy Volunteers here in western NY...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:10pm SeanG:

great opening track
Avatar 3:11pm Wild Neil:

No signal.
Avatar 3:11pm Cliff:

Polyus, I've been listening to WFMU for the past few months since I got laid off/"resigned" from my last job, kind of as a form of self-therapy, and now all I wanna do is just listen to it all day long. Is there some way I could paid to do that?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm Uncle Michael:

I lot it for a moment and refreshed and got it back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:13pm Dave in Vermont:

Hey Scott, Can you start over? I just realized I have been on the wrong stream. Thanks.

@CLiff, UVM. There is a lot up in the air right now but thinking about China, Japan, S. Korea or wherever life takes me when it is time. There is a good Master's Program at St Michael's College here that I am thinking about too. I am still getting my bachelor's (TESOL cert as part of it)

@Neil- I volunteer with the VT Refugee Resettlement here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:14pm Scott Williams:

how's the stream now?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:14pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@Cliff - I suppose you could ask the FCC if they need someone to listen for bad words that come across the airwaves. But you're in the predicament of waiting around to rat on the station when any such words do come out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:14pm Michael in Seattle:

Avatar 3:14pm Cliff:

Yessss, the Frankenstein's grandson song! I'm hoping this'll be in heavy rotation for the next coupla weeks
Avatar 3:15pm Wild Neil:

@Cliff and Dave in Vermont-I saw something called "Oxford TEOSL" certificates, but how do I know its the real Oxford? I am paranoid like that. Who else is good? Is Longman's good?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15pm Uncle Michael:

Fine Scott.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Oi Scott!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm Scott Williams:

Cool, thanks Uncle Michael! Ahoy Greg FZ5!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm Dave in Vermont:

Neil, a woman who teaches the class I volunteer with highly recommends the Cambridge program. I don't know its exact title. I think it is 1-3 months and they have a program in Montreal.
Avatar 3:20pm Cliff:

Wild Neil - If you want to teach in Europe or the Middle East, you're going to need Oxford CELTA or something at an equivalent level, an accredited course with at least 6-8 hours of observed in-class teaching. Don't bother with any of the ones you can take online by passing a few quizzes, they may sound easy but they're not going to get you a good job

Dave in Vermont - I've heard the situation is a lot different in China and S. Korea, they really have a need for native English speakers at the primary school level so they're willing to take practically anyone as long as you've graduated from college and haven't committed any crimes here. In S. Korea they will even set you up with your own free housing, and they pay very well and you can save up (or spend :) a lot of money there. On the other hand, you'll be teaching little kids instead of college students or adults.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm Dave in Vermont:

@Cliff - I have heard that about S Korea. I have also heard that depending on who hires you it can be sketchy. I have heard the terms "horror stories" and "wild west" from independent people. But paying down student debt is very attractive.
Do you know if there is some kind of statute of limitations on the crime thing? Mine was 20+ years ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm Dave in Vermont:

They let me into Canada now.
Avatar 3:31pm Cliff:

Dave in Vermont - I think it depends on the crime, they're mainly just making sure to keep out serial killers and bank robbers and drug dealers from the country. They're *very* conservative about drug use, so if your crime was something like smoking a joint they might give you a hard time about it. But I think they're more focused on major felonies. If they're letting you into Canada now then at least that's a good sign ;)

If you go with the hagwons (the private schools), they've been known to pull all kinds of shit like not paying you for a couple months, or terminating your contract early without giving any cause. Check out some of the stuff on forums.eslcafe.com. A lot of these horror stories were from years ago, and many of those schools have now closed and the rest have cleaned up their act somewhat. If you go with a government school instead, then generally you will have no problems, they will honor your contract to the letter and pay you on time.
Avatar 3:34pm Stashu:

The 'thon is coming the 'thon is coming!
Avatar 3:34pm Cliff:

Hey Scott, I hope you don't mind all of this irrelevant talk about ESL teaching that has nothing to do with your show. :/ Like I said before, I really liked that Frankenstein song, good stuff! :D
Avatar 3:34pm Wild Neil:

@Clff-WOW, CELTA costs about $2,700 bucks to get and takes 4 weeks...which is pretty good for a cert that is taken 'round the world...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Are you gonna hang out with Jonesy on Sunday, Stashu? I'm fixing to haul my camera and flask down from Zone 5…
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm Scott Williams:

Glad you liked that song, Cliff! Yeah yeah, Stashu! and thanks for the correspondence course in Polish Phonetics!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm Uncle Michael:

Ain't it just, Stashu?!
Avatar 3:42pm Cliff:

Yeah, generally the good courses are going to be 4 weeks long, and taught on-site in the country you want to be teaching in. I went with the The Language House at Prague, it's 4 weeks and $1500 + 500 or so for housing. It's not officially certified by Oxford themselves, but it's still well-known among the language schools in the area from what I've read, and you do 12 hours of observed teaching which is twice as much as what most programs do. They also have in-house visa assistants and a large support network of former students around the world to help new teachers get acclimated wherever they go.

Oxford has TEFL schools in London and Barcelona in addition to Prague, but it's practically impossible for a non-EU citizen to get a work visa in Western Europe for teaching ESL. Eastern Europe is still a little more welcoming of Americans/Australians/NZlanders/etc.
  3:44pm bloopy:

Hi all!
Avatar 3:44pm Wild Neil:

@Cliff-by which you mean Czech republic and Poland?
  3:44pm jt:

Can someone key /clue me into where that quote is from? I can't. How do I know its from a movie. You don't.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:45pm Uncle Michael:

It's from a Zappa record, yes?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47pm Uncle Michael:

Electric Aunt Jemima?
  3:49pm jt:

Ahhh, okay.. nice thanks
  3:51pm P-90:

Hurdy-gurdys, bells, and gongs, oh my!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:52pm thedunkel:

cleaning house - √ !
Avatar 3:52pm Cliff:

Wild Neil - Also Slovakia is a good country to teach in (very similar to the Czech Republic in culture and teaching opportunites), the Baltic countries (but look out for Putin, he's right next door), and Germany will sometimes take non-EU teachers as well. There's also Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, and Serbia, but they're a bit more sketchy from what I've heard. Sarajevo is supposed to be pretty nice though. I think that's pretty much it as far as options for Americans in the EU.

You could also teach in Russia - no wait, in Russia, English teaches YOU! But if you're willing to put up with the political climate there there's supposed to be a lot of jobs available there, and they will definitely take in Americans.
Avatar 3:54pm Linda Lee:

~ lovely sounds Scott~ ~ thank you. ~
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54pm Scott Williams:

Hey Cliff & Wild Neil, maybe you guys wanna have this private convo in a different medium? thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:55pm Scott Williams:

thanks Linda! welcome
Avatar 3:55pm Cliff:

Yep, will do Scott, sorry for all the book chapters there :/
Avatar 3:56pm Linda Lee:

~ been away! missed hearing you! ~ love the unk. ~ perfect music for social media decompression. ~
Avatar 3:56pm Wild Neil:

@Scott-so sorry to hijack! We will trade emails. @Cliff, I sent you an email request via the contact board.
Avatar 3:57pm Wild Neil:

@Scott-you did a good job with the Polish pronounciation!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm Scott Williams:

thanks Neil - I got help
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm Dave in Vermont:

Apologies, Scott.
Avatar 3:58pm Linda Lee:

~ love the Tara Cross. a change from the Loose Tapestries tracks i've been obsessed with this week ~ but not too much :-)
Avatar 3:59pm Cliff:

Scott, if you want to delete my off-topic posts, that's fine with me. I've just been researching this a lot lately and I tend to braindump all my info onto anybody who starts asking me about it ;) Sorry again for hijacking the board.
Avatar 4:00pm Linda Lee:

~ more unk! o thank god! ~
Avatar 4:01pm Wild Neil:

Unk sounds like videogame music sort of...
Avatar 4:02pm Linda Lee:

videogames with absinthe & an graduate degree ~
Avatar 4:07pm Linda Lee:

~ make that psilocybin & an graduate degree ~
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm Carmichael:

Oh Hi Scott. Been hangin' around listening to the Ugandans ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm mariano:

Ooh! Speaking of absinthe, was back home in New Orleans for Mardi Gras, had a nice 136-proof one at the Old Absinthe House. They also make a really good version of one of my favorite breakfast-of-champions drinks, brandy milk punch! The night of the absinthe, though, I got pretty wasted, and had to sit down on some steps in the Quarter -- a guy came up and gave me $5! I was flattered and insulted in equal measure.
Avatar 4:09pm Cliff:

Those were some cool horn sounds, and now we get whales! Yaaay! Will there be some Olga too while you're at it, or is that just Ken's thing?
Avatar 4:09pm Whosondephone:

Oh No!
Avatar 4:10pm Cliff:

Linda Lee - I also used plenty of psilocybin and morning glory seeds to get me through graduate studies, they kept me sane ;)
  4:11pm JakeGould:

Whose mother are these whales yammering about?
Avatar 4:11pm Cheyenne:

jurassic park up in here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12pm Greg from ZONE 5:

  4:12pm Nardo:

is Jack Hanna in the studio
Avatar 4:12pm geezerette:

Sounds like an old school Disney whale snoring.Cute & weirdly soothing.
Avatar 4:13pm Cheyenne:

This sounds like the worst swingset
Avatar 4:14pm Cliff:

Hi Cheyenne! Will you be doing any fill-ins anytime soon?
  4:14pm JakeGould:

Talking about how dreamy Leonardo DiCaprio is and if a bear raped him in this film, maybe the next film will have a whale get in on the action.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm Greg from ZONE 5:

@Cheyenne: That said, "The Worst Swingset" is a great children's book.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm Scott Williams:

ooooh, thanks Cheyenne, reminding me of the deadly swingset at Kutsher's! lemme see if I can scare up that mp3...
Avatar 4:15pm Cheyenne:

@Cliff, that's up to the DJs, but with marathon coming up I'd guess it'll be later March or into April!
Avatar 4:15pm Linda Lee:

really do love the whales. ~
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:16pm mariano:

Reminds me of that "Sugar Ludes" joke commercial they used to play on rock radio...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:16pm Rich in Washington:

i know something's strange when people don't even ask what the hell I'm listening to in my office - they just sort of pause while walking by and then suddenly speed up.
Avatar 4:17pm Cliff:

Cheyenne - yeah that's what I figured with the marathon, but I really loved the two shows I got to hear from you so far and I'm hoping you'll be back on the air soon :D
  4:17pm Polyus:

Talking about whale stuff.
Avatar 4:18pm Cliff:

Jeeez, whale sounds really can be mixed with just about anything else, and it works.
Avatar 4:19pm Linda Lee:

you are nailing it for me today Scott ~ fully appreciate comments board drug stories as welll ~ very appropriate!
Avatar 4:20pm geezerette:

What a great segue Scott. :c)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:21pm Scott Williams:

tanx @geezerette
Avatar 4:22pm Cliff:

Linda Lee, in that case you might enjoy Marty's and Bryce's playlists from 2/19, I was posting a lot while shrooming that morning, haha. (Except not during the Purling Hiss live set, I was peaking at that point and couldn't quite operate the keyboard or even see where it was)
Avatar 4:23pm Cliff:

Yep that was a smooth transition Scott
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:23pm mariano:

Eric Dolphy's cousin is 93, lives in DUMBO, and is still going strong. Has great stories about all the jazz greats he's seen, and he's seen 'em all, at places like Cotton Club, Birdland, etc.
  4:25pm Mark R:

Sounds like an interesting interview subject, Mariano
Avatar 4:25pm geezerette:

How lucky to know a guy like that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:30pm mariano:

Oh, he's always hanging out at Superfine, very friendly, loves to talk about the old days, nothing special about me! Great stories too, stuff like watching his cousin jam with a young Hendrix before he was famous, says he could have been a serious hard bop guitarist. He usually has an early dinner at Superfine, he's been a neighborhood fixture since waaay before my time.
Avatar 4:37pm Cliff:

Hendrix doing jazz guitar?! That would've been really interesting to see where he would've taken things.
  4:40pm JAE:

This track is AMAZING!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:41pm mariano:

Apparently the jam with Hendrix was at some little basement studio on Allen St. Here's a pic of him, his main thing is sculpture: sashaisraelphotography.com...
Avatar 4:43pm Cliff:

mariano, he seems like a really cool guy to know and looks very content in that photo, like he's a wise sage.
Avatar 4:44pm geezerette:

Thanks fo sharing the photo mariano. What a beautiful old guy. Looks a lot younger than he is! Howdy Cliff.
Avatar 4:45pm Cliff:

Hi geezerette, how are you?
Avatar 4:47pm northguineahills:

Miles originally wanted Hendrix to play w/ his group, but he died before it could be arranged.
Avatar 4:47pm βrian:

Shimmering in tandem with Tardis Cymbals.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47pm mariano:

Yeah, Dolphy is one of the most unique characters I've met. I could listen to him for hours, which I've done on occasion. Always really impressed with Tim Gaine's bass playing, he's got a powerful right hand. The times I've seen Stereolab, he kind of hangs out in the back, head down, but plays the hell out of that instrument.
Avatar 4:48pm Cliff:

This is the 2nd time hearing this Tardis Cymbals track, it's growing on me
Avatar 4:48pm geezerette:

Good! Grooving along on Scotts musical cloud. cheers! & you?
Avatar 4:49pm Cheyenne:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:49pm chris:

yesssss! woot!
Avatar 4:49pm Chris from DC:

Ha, haven't heard this in eons.
  4:51pm ram:

  4:51pm P-90:

The best-ever Blondie song not actually done by Blondie
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51pm chris:

i remember alienating a lot of friends with this tape, back in the day
Avatar 4:51pm Cliff:

Also enjoying Scott's show, and was posting several off-topic essays earlier about teaching ESL abroad until Scott told me to knock it off ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51pm Michael in Seattle:

once there was a New Wave
Avatar 4:51pm Chris from DC:

With a little perspective, it's sounding pretty good.
Avatar 4:52pm geezerette:

Ditto cheyenne & chris, LOVE this song.
Agree P-90
Avatar 4:53pm Cliff:

The only Berlin song I know is that one that would always show up on early 90's TV commercials for easy-listening compilations, or "the best hits of the '80s!!!" Available on CD or cassette! Call now!
Avatar 4:54pm Cliff:

This Berlin song just now, this was good to listen to though.
Avatar 4:55pm Cheyenne:

Now it is an Old Wave, @Michael in Seattle. But still a Good Wave.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:59pm common:

drone-tastic! hello
Avatar 5:00pm Cliff:

Well they never bothered to rename the New College at Oxford, and that was founded in 1379.
Avatar 5:01pm geezerette:

Gotta work now,eyes off screen for a while but ears staying right here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:01pm mariano:

New York ain't so new any more either...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm Michael in Seattle:

@geezerette, work is overrated. anyone on a salary is working for free this leap day.
Avatar 5:04pm TDK60:

Menche is an interesting percussionist from Oregon I think.
Avatar 5:04pm Cliff:

Well according to Mr. Chomondley-Warner, the United States was supposed to rejoin the British Empire by the year 1990 and New York would be renamed to Chittingfeld-on-Sea: youtu.be...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06pm Scott Williams:

Menche is the nicest dude in noise, and his dog Arrow is a BEAST
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06pm mariano:

There was a Simpsons episode that had a historical flashback to the original Simpsons in the old country. Someone was reading a magazine called The Yorker.
Avatar 5:06pm geezerette:

oops! I looked up. Yer right about that Michael but This is work I like. So of course, no salary involved.
Avatar 5:09pm geezerette:

Haha cliff, Chittingfeld-on-Sea! That's what I love about English.
Avatar 5:10pm Cliff:

Dom Deluise had that part in Robin Hood: Men in Tights where he was a crime boss in Jersey (meaning the island in the English Channel)
Avatar 5:13pm Cliff:

Yeeaap, I get the on-Sea part, but who or what the heck is Chittingfeld?! (googles) Aha, I misspelled it, it's Chiddingfold and it's some village next to London.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:14pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Avatar 5:15pm TDK60:

G.B.V. Ohio craziness hits the Hudson.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:16pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Doug Gillard makin' business moves.
Avatar 5:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's weird cause I don't know GBV - except band I was in covered one song...so familiar but not...
  5:19pm bloopy:

The GBV force is strong on this track. poised to take over the world
Avatar 5:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...apparently he's a song machine...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm common:

think i've seen gbv more than any other band. good stuff. and pollard is a song machine, rev rab. absolutely.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm Greg from ZONE 5:

As far as quantity he's my generation's Mark E. Smith.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm Michele:

Hi Guys!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, how is Leap Day going, Michele?
Avatar 5:22pm Marshall Stacks:

Probably it's meant to be pronounced "cahvay cahnem," meaning "beware of dog."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:23pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Oi Michele!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:24pm Michele:

@Ken From Hyde Park - It's ok. Life is not easy. I don't really need an extra day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:26pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Especially an extra *Monday*
Avatar 5:27pm Cliff:

Hi Michele! Joining us non-weirdos for a change? (No, whatamItalkinabout, all WFMU listeners are weirdos in one form or another)
Avatar 5:27pm TDK60:

Love this 4-organ Reich piece! Organs blow my mind.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:28pm Kat in Chicago:

I think it is Irwin
  5:28pm Tony:

Yes, I think Irwin has used this as talk-over music.
  5:29pm JakeGould:

Google is using rabbit imagery on leap day? Why? To be different? Do they hate frogs?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:29pm Carmichael:

Heya Michele.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:29pm Scott Williams:

thanks everyone! Hi Michele!
  5:30pm JakeGould:

Hello Michele, Scott and others celebrating leap day at work.
Avatar 5:33pm Cliff:

When's the last time Google just used their regular logo? It seems like six days out of the week it's somebody's 147th birthday or the commemoration of some historical event from 382 years ago or whatever.
  5:35pm JakeGould:

Airplane food.
  5:40pm Matt:

I often like it, actually.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:42pm Michael in Seattle:

@Cliff ... you must have quality taste in music, otherwise you wouldn't be here. there is a czech band you might like; i've seen their frantic shows over the years:

  5:44pm JakeGould:

@Matt: What about taxes?
Avatar 5:47pm Cliff:

Michael in Seattle - I'm just going to assume they're already awesome because they spell their name with a hachek over a z. And they're often compared to both Fugazi and Men at Work?! (trying to imagine how that would sound) Thanks for the tip!
  5:48pm Matt:

@jake I prefer whatever it is we were just listening to. Was that Laetitia Sadier?
Avatar 5:49pm Cliff:

But it's basically Prague prog, it looks like.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:49pm Carmichael:

@Matt:" Eerie Wanda vocalist Marina Tadic sounds a lot like Ms. Sadier. Could that be what you heard?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:52pm mariano:

Thanks for a great show Scott, and nice chatting with everyone, always an afternoon well spent!
Avatar 5:53pm Cliff:

"Už jsme doma are a progressive rock band from Prague....The Prague Post has termed them one of "the two great bastions of the Czech alternative scene" (along with Psí vojáci)."

Really gotta how to pronounce those Czech words, maybe all the accent marks are to make up for the lack of vowels
Avatar 5:55pm Cliff:

Thanks for the show today, Scott!
Bye Michele (it seems she's wandered off already anyway) & fellow listeners
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:55pm Scott Williams:

Y'all move me! Thanks for hanging today, see you AT THE MARATHON!
  5:56pm JakeGould:

Thanks Scott!
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Thanks Scott!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm Scott Williams:

Oozh May Doma
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Thanks much, Scott!
Avatar 5:59pm Cliff:

Thanks again Scott! Have you played them before?
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