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Artist Track Album Label Year
The Monkees  Love Is Only Sleeping   Options Music Box  Rhino Entertainment Company  2001 
Twink  Ten Thousand Words in a Cardboard Box   Options Heavy Nuggets - Volume 2 - 15 Hard Rock Gems from the British Underground (1967-74)  Mojo Magazine compilation  2013 
The Neon Philharmonic  Brilliant Colors   Options Brilliant Colors: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings  Warner Bros. Records Inc.  2003 
The Neon Philharmonic  Cowboy   Options Brilliant Colors: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings  Warner Bros. Records Inc.  2003 
Lee Hazlewood  Hey Cowboy   Options The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes & Backsides (1968-71)  Light In The Attic Records  2012 
Jay & The Americans  Dawning   Options This Magic Moment  Classic Records  2013 
Cherry People  Girl On the Subway   Options And Suddenly  Heritage Records  1968 
Ginny Arnell  Dumb Head   Options The Shangri-Las & The '60s Girl Group Garage Sound  Goldenlane Records  2010 
Patty Duke  Everything But Love   Options The Very Best Of  Master Classics Records  2010 
Dodie Stevens  Pink Shoelaces   Options Pink Shoelaces  Bacci Bros Records  2010 

Music behind DJ:
Henry Flynt 

Blue Sky, Highway And Thyme   Options

Back Porch Hillbilly Blues, Vol. 1 

Locust Music 

Yma Sumac  La Molina (The Mill Song)   Options Fuego Del Ande  Capitol Records   1959 
Les Baxter & His Orchestra  Stone God   Options Ritual of the Savage  Capitol Records  2010 
The Markko Polo Adventurers  Yokahama Ferryboat   Options Dreams of Adventure  Broken Audio  2012 
Gil Melle  Mars   Options Jazz Legend  Stardust Records  2011 
Sun Ra  Rocket Number Nine   Options Space Is the Place  UMG Recordings   1998 
Stark Reality  Rocket Ship   Options The Stark Reality Discovers Hoagy Carmichael's Music Shop  Now-Again Records  2013 
Bruce Haack  Incantation   Options Farad: The Electric Voice  Stones Throw Records  2010 
Emil Richards  Amethyst (February)   Options Stones  Purple Pyramid Records  2011 
Delia Derbyshire & Anthony Newley  Moogies Bloogies   Options Moogies Bloogies - Single  Trunk Records  2014 
Perrey & Kingsley  Strangers In the Night   Options The Essential Perrey & Kingsley  Vanguard  1988 
Lani McIntire  Kaneohe   Options Vintage Hawaiian Magic  Vintage Masters  2012 
Noel Boggs Quintet  Steelin' Home   Options Magic Steel Guitar  Essential Media Group  1960 
Ted Steele and His Novatones  Mood Indigo   Options Mood Indigo: Wizards of the Novachord, Vol. 1  Chats de Clavier  1950 
Bill Kaiwa  Wai Anueue   Options This Is Bill Kaiwa  Lehua Records  1975 
Jerry Byrd  Blue Mist   Options By Request  Mountain Apple Company  1996 
Loch Lomond  All Your Friends Are Smiling   Options Paper The Walls  Hush Records  2007 
Alabama Sacred Harp Singers  Present Joys   Options Unknown  Library of Congress  1942 
Alabama Sacred Harp Singers  Sherburne   Options Where Will You Be Christmas Day?  Dust-to-Digital  2004 
Lee Ranaldo  Smoke Ring   Options Smoke Ring #5 / Travis 4,5  Table Of The Elements   1994 
Glenda Collins  It's Hard To Believe   Options Diamond Joe  RPM Records  1961 
Nick Drake  Things Behind The Sun   Options Pink Moon  Island Records  1972 
Syd Barrett  Golden Hair   Options The Madcap Laughs  Harvest Records  1970 
Bobb Trimble  Killed By The Hands of an Unknown Rock Starr   Options Iron Curtain Innocence  Secretly Canadian  1980 
Jackson C. Frank  Marcy's Song   Options Jackson C. Frank  Sanctuary Records Group Ltd  2013 
Arlo Guthrie  If Ever I Should See the Mountain   Options Tales Of '69  Rising Son Records  1969 
The Beach Boys  Lookin' at Tomorrow (A Welfare Song)   Options Surf's Up  Brother Records, Inc.  1970 
Schoolhouse Rock  Little Twelvetoes   Options Schoolhouse Rock! - Multiplication Rock  American Broadcasting Music, Inc.  2014 
Jamaican Queens  Water   Options Wormfood  Jamaican Queens  2013 
Antony & The Johnsons  Hope There's Someone   Options I Am a Bird Now  Secretly Canadian  2005 
Robbie Basho  Blue Crystal Fire   Options Visions of the Country  Windham Hill Records  1978 
Hung Huang, Station Orchestra People's Central Broadcasting & Xun Zeng  The Horse Driver's Song   Options Vocal Music of Contemporary China, Vol. 1: The Han People  Folkways Records   1980 
John Jacob Niles  The Hangman, Or The Maid Freed From The Gallows   Options The Newport Folk Festival  Goldenlane Records  2011 
Connie Converse  Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains)   Options How Sad, How Lovely  Squirrel Thing Recordings  2015 
Phil Ochs  When I'm Gone   Options There But for Fortune  Elektra  1989 
Iggy Pop  Family Affair   Options Nuggets  Jungle Records  1999 
Sparks  Sherlock Holmes   Options Angst In My Pants  Lil' Beethoven  1982 
Silver Apples  Oscillations   Options Silver Apples  Geffen Records  1968 
Brian Dewan  Our Ever Improving Village   Options Live at Monty Hall 8-8-15  WFMU  2015 
Ruth Welcome  Barbara Allen / River Seine   Options Cafe Continental  Smithsonian Folkways Recordings  1990 
Vagabond Opera  The Transformation Into Marlene   Options Vagabond Opera  Vagabond Opera  2006 
Burt Bacharach  South American Getaway   Options Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Music from the Motion Picture)  UMG Recordings   1969 
The Fugs  Morning Morning   Options The Fugs: Greatest Hits  Olufsen Records  2007 

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:34am Peteski:

Hey congratulations. So far, so great (been a listener since 1973).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks so much, Peteski :)
  3:39am ice in bklyn:

Hey there, right nice show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Ice :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40am aratuk:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44am aratuk:

(I guess emoji don't appear? An invisible thumbs up.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:45am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Aratuk :)
  3:53am Jeff in Western Mass:

Wow this show is fantastic! I knew I was up late for a reason. I survived a trump rally today!!! Whoop! I came home and took a shower.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Jeff :D I'd shower too after that mess, congrats on making it out alive!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:22am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Bronwyn and pals. The Hawaiian set was pretty nice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:24am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Ken, good to see you here :)
  5:01am Martin from Sweden:

Love this, thank you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:07am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Martin, say hello to everyone in Sweden for me :)
  5:19am foreign_listener_k:

A fine debut by the most important standard, one that seemingly only matters at WFMU (much the pity) - music that flows over and through experience and time, chosen by a person we are all privileged to listen to.

Admittedly, the wonderfully and perfectly almost over the top music is slightly to blame for this comment - that style is really hard to pull off well in a set.

Thanks. And as an online listener since 1999, this is as fine a debut as as any of us could hope for. (Though I will confess a secret - I pretty much try to save the first show of every DJ at WFMU, because they are always such an interesting way to discover another person's insights into just how enjoyable freeform radio can be.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thank you so much Foreign Listener K!!! What a lovely comments, I'm so glad you're liking the show and it means a lot to get such a great comment from a listener :)
  5:26am KP:

Phil Ochs, perfect Bronwyn. Thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks KP, I'm glad you liked it :)
  5:32am Nicholas Hill:

Enjoying your show as I drive home to Ithaca.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:34am Bronwyn Bishop:

Aw thanks Nick :) thanks for listening!
  5:36am Hi from Holland:

I always enjoy listening to you Bronwyn! ;-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:38am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Holland hahaha
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:38am Bend Sinister:

btw thanks for pointing out Yma's recent Google doodle, just had to search for it on-line. Anyway, show is good waking up music in Europe! cheers
  5:39am foreign_listener_k:

You are welcome, of course. I have been listening to freeform radio since the late 70s (DC's WHFS), and when the last remnant of that station's legacy of true freeform DJs was replaced, I discovered WFMU in 1999.

The first WFMU show I ever listened to was Monica's - Mogwai and hippy whale songs in the set, as I recall. Yep, not exactly your standard radio fare.

Almost two decades on, WFMU's DJs remain in a class by themselves, dancing through decades and genres effortlessly, to our delighted appreciation.

Though having worked in a TV station's master control in the past, I'm pretty sure you have a different perspective on how effortless it all is.
  5:41am foreign_listener_k:

Bend Sinister - not only would this be good to wake up to, it is even better as a reason to stay in the house instead of shopping in the rain.
  5:42am ratty:

i do love a chewy show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44am Bronwyn Bishop:

Thanks Bend Sinister :)

And thanks again Listener K! I know what you mean about WFMU being in a class by itself, it blew my mind when I first heard it. I pretty much had one goal in my mind for 5 years and that was getting here. The first time I ever turned it on I heard a 15-minute bass solo :D

Ratty, is my show chewy? And is that a good thing??
  5:49am ratty:

so very chewy.. i am fully engaged, teasing out all the flavors. big bang shows are good too but give the head some something to work with, the body will take care of itself
Avatar 5:54am kimgland:

south am getaway....my all time fave song yess
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:55am Ken From Hyde Park:

Quite a fun show. Will be watching the fill-in page to see when your next appearance will be. You even aired an egregious technical error in homage of Bronwyn C.!
  5:57am ?:

Transcedent might be the word ratty is seeking - that late 60s/early 70s vibe with modern CD skipping is truly perfect. And it is always nice, in a nostalgic master control sort of way, to see the slogan from one of my favorite WFMU t-shirts being proved again - 'WFMU - where dead air lives'

Great show - thanks.
  5:57am Hi from Holland:

Thanks Bronwyn - good show, hope to hear more!
  5:58am foreign_listener_k:

Oops - so much for remembering my name when commenting
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:01am Bronwyn Bishop:

Make that like 12 egregious technical errors, Ken.

Thanks so much for listening guys! It was a blast! :D
  12:25pm BriJet:

OMG! Monkees and you are Pro-Phil Ochs!!! Such a good playlist!
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