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Turning over the toy box and jamming together the gloriously mismatched musical Lincoln Logs, Legos and Tinker Toys from Tin Pan Alley pluggers, pickled egg tavern weepers, lockstep soul ensembles, skinny-tie power poppers, Eurotrash ravers, moontanned art school rockers, drunken soccer anthems and anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. There are no guilty pleasures.

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Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Beach Boys  I Went To Sleep   Options 20/20 (Capitol - 1969)   0:02:15 (Pop‑up)
The Temptations  Hum Along And Dance   Options single (b-side to Ungena Za Ulimwengu (Unite The World)) (Gordy - 1970)
(From: Complete Motown Singles - Vol 10)
0:03:42 (Pop‑up)
Up, Bustle and Out  Bario Living   Options Mexican Sessions (Our Simple Sensational Sound - 2006)   0:07:11 (Pop‑up)
Living Guitar  Caravan   Options Guitar Man (RCA Camden - 1968)
(From: The Exotic Trilogy, Vol. 2)
0:12:48 (Pop‑up)
Jennifer Warnes  Coming Back to You   Options Famous Blue Raincoat (Cypress - 1986)   0:15:20 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
David Rose & His Orchestra 

Gay Spirits   Options

shellac 10" (b/w How High The Moon) (MGM - 1947)
(From: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 3: Space Capades)

0:18:55 (Pop‑up)
Quicksilver Messenger Service  What About Me   Options What About Me (Capitol - 1970)
(From: Sons of Mercury (1968-1975))
0:22:42 (Pop‑up)
Eddie Holland  What About Me   Options single (b-side to If Cleopatra Took A Chance) (Motown - 1962)
(From: Complete Motown Singles - Vol 2)
0:29:06 (Pop‑up)
Don Gibson  What About Me   Options single (b/w The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise) (RCA Victor - 1961)   0:31:34 (Pop‑up)
Sonny Herman  What About Me   Options single (b/w What About Me (Instrumental)) (Utopia - unk.)
(From: For Millionaires Only Vol 2 (2005) - R&B)
0:33:41 (Pop‑up)
First Class  What About Me   Options single (b/w Outside Your World (Pt. I)) (Today - 1974)   0:36:08 (Pop‑up)
The Exceptional Three Featuring Ruby Carter  What About Me   Options single (b/w Un Lucky Girl) (Way Out - 1971)
(From: Eccentric Soul: The Way Out Label)
0:39:25 (Pop‑up)
Ramones  What About Me   Options prev. unr.. (n/a - 1996)
(From: Unreleased Tracks)
0:42:22 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Kazi Aniruddha 

Aao Twist Karen   Options

Bhoot Bungla - OST (Angel - 1965)
(From: Bollywood Steel Guitar)

0:45:40 (Pop‑up)
Francis Lai  A Man And A Woman [Un Homme Et Une Femme] [Vocal]   Options A Man And A Woman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (United Artists - 1966)   0:48:49 (Pop‑up)
Joe South  Hush   Options single (b/w Party People) (Capitol - 1970)   0:51:19 (Pop‑up)
Black Sabbath  Wicked World   Options Black Sabbath (Warner Bros. - 1970)
(From: The Best Of Black Sabbath)
0:54:56 (Pop‑up)
Cannonball Adderly's Five Stars  Somethin' Else pts 1&2   Options single (Blue Note - 1958)   0:59:35 (Pop‑up)
Mose Allison  Blues   Options Back Country Suite For Piano, Bass And Drums (Prestige - 1957)
(From: Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour: The Best of the Second Series)
1:08:48 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
James Last 

Canadian Sunset   Options

Instrumentals Forever (Polydor - 1966)
(From: Instrumentals Forever)

1:09:37 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  General Admission   Options Long Island (No Quarter - 2013)   1:13:39 (Pop‑up)
It's A Beautiful Day  Bulgaria   Options It's A Beautiful Day (Columbia - 1969)   1:19:39 (Pop‑up)
Emitt Rhodes  Live Till You Die   Options Emitt Rhodes (ABC/Dunhill - 1970)
(From: Daisy-Fresh From Hawthorne, California (The Best Of The Dunhill Years))
1:25:54 (Pop‑up)
John Cale  Paris 1919   Options Paris 1919 (Reprise - 1973)   1:28:36 (Pop‑up)
Jean Jacques Perrey  Moog Indigo   Options Moog Indigo (Vanguard - 1970)   1:32:31 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Duke Ellington Delta Serenade 

Duke Ellington Delta Serenade   Options

shellac 10" (b-side to Solitude) (Victor - 1934)
(From: The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition)

1:35:19 (Pop‑up)
Ned Davis  Organtar   Options single (b/w Jungle Fog) (Alear - unk.)
(From: Adventures Into UNKNOWN INSTRUMENTALS 3)
1:40:26 (Pop‑up)
The Boswell Sisters With Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra  Rock And Roll   Options shellac 10" (b/w If I Had A Million Dollars) (Brunswick - 1934)
(From: The First Rock And Roll Record)
1:43:00 (Pop‑up)
The Who  Jaguar   Options prev. unr. (n/a - 1967)
(From: Thirty Years of Maximum R & B)
1:45:39 (Pop‑up)
Laura Nyro  Blowin' Away   Options More Than A New Discovery (Verve Folkways - 1966)   1:47:40 (Pop‑up)
Vigrass & Osborne  Forever Autumn   Options Queues (UNI - 1972)
(From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 162)
1:49:57 (Pop‑up)
The Rooneys  Walter Wright   Options single (b/w Picture This) (Columbia - 1968)
(From: Round Wonders: Volume 66)
1:52:46 (Pop‑up)
The Isley Brothers  Pop That Thang   Options single (b/w I Got To Find Me One) (T-Neck - 1972)
(From: The Isley Brothers Story Vol. 2)
1:55:32 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Rolling Stones 

Sweet Black Angel (Early Instrumental Take Aka Bent Green Needles)   Options

prev. unr. (n/a - 1972)
(From: I Gave You Diamonds You Gave Me Disease)

1:58:24 (Pop‑up)
Gov't Mule  Lay Your Burden Down   Options Life Before Insanity (Capricorn - 2000)   2:02:33 (Pop‑up)
Ted Taylor  Without A Woman   Options single (bw Honey Lou) (Ronn - 1968)
(From: A Road Leading Home - Songs By Dan Penn And Others)
2:07:46 (Pop‑up)
Buck Owens And His Buckaroos  Hello Trouble   Options Together Again / My Heart Skips A Beat (Capitol - 1964)
(From: Act Naturally: The Buck Owens Recordings 1953-1964)
2:10:42 (Pop‑up)
Carl Smith  Man With A Plan   Options Man With A Plan (Columbia - 1966)   2:12:28 (Pop‑up)
Arthur Lyman Group  Yellow Bird   Options single (b/w Havah Nagilah) (HiFi - 1961)   2:14:43 (Pop‑up)
Fountains of Wayne  Peace and Love   Options Welcome Interstate Managers (S-Curve - 2003)   2:17:23 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Elvis Presley With The Jordanaires 

Almost In Love (backing track)   Options

single (b/w A Little Less Conversation) (RCA Victor - 1968)
(From: Celluloid Rock - Vol.2)

2:20:47 (Pop‑up)
Honeybus  Fresher Than The Sweetness In Water   Options Story (Deram - 1970)   2:24:58 (Pop‑up)
Lew Lewis Reformer  Wait   Options Save The Wail (Stiff - 1979)   2:27:59 (Pop‑up)
The Drifters  If You Don't Come Back   Options single (b-side to Rat Race) (Atlantic - 1963)   2:30:59 (Pop‑up)
Guitar Slim And His Band  Down Through The Years   Options shellac 10" (b/w Oh Yeah) (ATCO - 1956)   2:33:28 (Pop‑up)
Fleetwood Mac  This Is the Rock   Options Kiln House (Reprise - 1970)   2:35:50 (Pop‑up)
Donny Hathaway  Voices Inside (Everything Is Everything)   Options Everything is Everything (ATCO - 1970)   2:38:31 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Original Cast Recording 

Overture/Everything's Got 'Em (Company)   Options

The Mermaid Theatre's Production Of Harry Nilsson's The Point! (unk. - 1977)  

2:41:49 (Pop‑up)
Bruce & Terry  Four Strong Winds (Br   Options single (b-side to Raining In My Heart) (Columbia - 1965)
(From: Rare Masters)
2:45:08 (Pop‑up)
Neil Young  Birds   Options After the Gold Rush (Reprise - 1970)   2:47:16 (Pop‑up)
Julie London  Desafinado (Slightly Out of Tune)   Options The End Of The World (Liberty - 1963)
(From: The Very Best of Julie London)
2:49:43 (Pop‑up)
The New Yorkers  When I'm Gone   Options single (b/w You're Not My Girl) (Scepter - 1967)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 067)
2:51:45 (Pop‑up)
Alex Harvey  Go Away Baby   Options single (b/w Agent OO Soul) (Fontana - 1965)
(From: Hipsterism)
2:54:36 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Fleetwood Mac 

Albatross   Options

single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon - 1968)  

2:56:59 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 11:59am βrian:

Ready for my serving of Prairie Potatoes, UM.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm Stevel:

Make me forget!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm annie:

..... in my seat, ready for the music!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Hare raising radio!
Avatar 12:03pm ndbob:

Heya UM - everyone - and heya Annie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm listener jeff:

Hoping this show is especially wascally.
Avatar 12:05pm northguineahills:

20/20 is an underrated album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm doctorjazz:

Hey all! Time to dink!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm Uncle Michael:

Brian! Steve! Annie! Doug! Bob! Jeff! NGH! Doc!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm Sweet Corn Lizzie:

Good morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10pm Uncle Michael:

Did you miss me...a little?

Avatar 12:11pm chromaphone:

I miss the chat but she was a damn good fill-in
Avatar 12:11pm βrian:

See what happens when you disappear, UM? Do you see??
Avatar 12:11pm chromaphone:

missed the chat I mean
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm Uncle Michael:

I'm pretending not to see, Brian.
Avatar 12:14pm northguineahills:

Never listened to Up, Bustle and Out, this is tre nice....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Alex In Illinois:

This organ version of sounds exotic in an exotica kind of way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Uncle Michael:

NGH, they'e a collective that's kind of hard to get a solid handle on...the who, what, where...
  12:16pm 67tele:

@doctorjazz:oops i thought you said time to drink - oh well too late now
  12:16pm mauri:

hey um and hinkydinkyhooligans!
Avatar 12:18pm βrian:

Khatanga is calling the shots now, I fear.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm Brian in UK:

Hello Uncle.

@βrian that is like asking whether the light stays on in the refrigerator when you shut the door.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:19pm Uncle Michael:

Tele! Mauri!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24pm Brian in UK:

Uncle long time since I heard this QMS. Love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm Sweet Corn Lizzie:

Yeah a long time since I heard this, and I had remembered it as being by Johnny Rivers. Voice sounds like him.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Uncle Michael:

Maybe Johnny covered it. He covered everything!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm Brian in UK:

Happy Snails.
Avatar 12:29pm chromaphone:

Another show I listen to plays this track religiously. Welcome back Unkie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31pm Brian in UK:

That was a palette cleanser.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks, Chromaphone!
  12:51pm Dean:

Been once to Santa Fe, and yes I did see the sign proclaiming as we entered town, "Santa Fe: Arts Out the Wazoo." In addition to arts and nature, the town also offers extraordinary headaches. Yow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Rich in Washington:

Hello, Uncle Michael, fellow Hinky-ites.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm thatpatsmith:

We're here, we're here, we're here! As the whos cried to Horton.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Uncle Michael:

Dean! Rich!

altitude headaches? we did pretty well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52pm Uncle Michael:

  12:52pm Dean:

In my case, altitude + Champagne. Throb.
  12:56pm 23 Wolves:

What about me? Listening live in St. Louis... Much love!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm Uncle Michael:

23 Wolves! Thanks!
  12:58pm 23 Wolves:

Never enough slabs of Sab in this wicked world... Thanks for this one!
Avatar 1:06pm geezerette:

Good PST morning, UM and buddies!
Smoooooooth Adderly. :D
  1:07pm johnk77:

philly joe jones?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm listener jeff:

What was you favorite food there UM? Did you get to answer the green or red question?
Avatar 1:09pm chromaphone:

I was real bummed to hear about Mose, but I assumed it was coming as he had stopped performing.
  1:10pm Dean:

I've always felt the album Somethin' Else betters Kind of Blue in a big way. Once heard an early pressing of the LP on a top-notch system in San Diego. Bliss.
Avatar 1:12pm chromaphone:

Have you heard Danny Gatton and Buddy Emmons' version of Canadian Sunset? Pretty sweet.
Avatar 1:13pm geezerette:

Really Dean? I'll have to do a side by side comparison. Fell in love with Kind of Blue but I love that whole era.

(...love those shoes.)
  1:17pm Dean:

Hi, geezerette. Yeah, given the option to play one or the other, I'll almost always pick the Adderly. Or put it this way: I've played Somethin' Else probably two or three times a year for several years running. Kind of Blue, not so much. I have a copy of the latter on vinyl, a late issue, probably from the '80s, but two CDs of SE, one a Mobile Fidelity gold, and a Japanese vinyl pressing.
  1:17pm johnk77:

mose wrote
Everybody's Crying' Mercy
  1:18pm johnk77:

often 1 of the hilites
of the bonnie raitt shows
i worked
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18pm Uncle Michael:

Geezer! John!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21pm doctorjazz:

Saw Danny Gatton back in the day, great performer!
As far as Kind of Blue versus Somethin' Else, it's hard to be objective any more about Kind Of Blues, kind of like Beatles records, heard it so many times, lost the desire to play "So What" any time. And, Somethin' Else is a fabulous album...Have both in many vinyl versions...I'm more likely to pull out Cannonball's album as well.
  1:24pm johnk77:

mose grew up
in the mojo triangle;>
bonnie had great respect
for danny gatton's talents
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Webhamster Henry:

I was listening to It's A Beautiful Day just a few days ago..
  1:28pm Dean:

I think you nailed it, doctorjazz. It isn't so much a question of which is a "better" or more influential or important album, but of personal preference at this stage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm Uncle Michael:

  1:29pm johnk77:

got to meet david laflamme
backstage at the palomino
pattie was intense
did gigs w/her w/bud cockrellrip:|<
Avatar 1:29pm chromaphone:

I have been listening to so much Mose the last few years. What an amazing artist.
Avatar 1:30pm geezerette:

Hey doctorjazz!,while I get your point about the overexposure of certain artists, there are some that are key to me for various reasons. I may not listen to them for a long time but will always cycle back because they are touchstones.

Avatar 1:31pm northguineahills:

I'm a Johnny come lately to Paris 1919.
Avatar 1:31pm northguineahills:

Should have read Johny Cale come lately...
Avatar 1:32pm geezerette:

Howdy ngh!
Avatar 1:33pm northguineahills:

howdeeze at geezerette!
  1:33pm Dean:

I have precisely one John Cale record, Sun Blindness Music, and it remains sealed in the collection since c.2000, when I acquired it at Downtown Music Gallery with a bunch of other stuff. Met Matthew Shipp at the store that day!
Avatar 1:37pm northguineahills:

Stop making me jealous Dean! The only non-Velvets/Theatre of Eternal Music Cale I have is the Eno/Cale wrong way up. Even though I stopped by records 6 years ago, I still miss the DMG.
  1:38pm βrian:

Drifting back in after chasing down mysterious schema errors.
  1:43pm Dean:

Other than Sun Blindness Music, which I heard once at DMG (must have been 2001), hence the purchase, I've heard only the live album, Sabotage, and that several times, because we used to play it more or less daily at the record store where I worked at the time of its release. WFMU has been the only other source of my exposure to Cale and VU.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm Uncle Michael:

caught and killed, Brian?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm doctorjazz:

Don't have any Cale solo albums (have some J.J.Cale), did see John Cale once back at CBGB's (give you an idea of the time frame), never forget his bombastic Heartbreak Hotel.
Avatar 1:45pm chromaphone:

It sure must've been cool to listen to the radio back when instrumentals could become hits.
  1:47pm Dean:

Sabotage was recorded at CBGB's!

I have no J.J. Cale. But I do enjoy kale now and then.
Avatar 1:50pm chromaphone:

JJ Cale is on deck in my car for the commute home.
  1:51pm Dean:

My kids monopolize the car music selections. Lots of Ariane Grande and Sia.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:52pm Uncle Michael:

I hope they buy the gas.
  1:53pm Dean:

I tell them to pedal faster.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:53pm Sweet Corn Lizzie:

Laura Nyro. Love her so much.
  1:54pm Dean:

Were this band named Viagras & Osborne the song might be titled, "Forever Spring."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar 1:55pm ndbob:

Mickey Jr. Here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm Stevel:

  1:55pm βrian:

Durn. I was sure I heard "Walter White."
Avatar 2:01pm βrian:

Are you speaking of Lance Boil?
  2:01pm Dean:

Met Mickey at the now razed Hollywood Park one Father's Day. He was a betting man.
Avatar 2:01pm northguineahills:

I saw John Cale in Florida in 1997, and my friend and I heckled him, as he was playing crappy pub rock.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm Stevel:

This Cale Eno album is a long-time favorite of mine.

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm Brian in UK:

John Cale, first person to record Hallelujah?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm Uncle Michael:

Blame him?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:09pm doctorjazz:

The story is supposed to be that Cohen sent Cale tons of versus, not knowing how he wanted to put it together, Cale made some sense out of it.
That is another song that I loved at some point, would never put it on voluntarily at this point...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm doctorjazz:

As far as kids in the car and music, as my kids got older, they just plugged the headphones in, and freed up the car stereo again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm Uncle Michael:

I remember my first awareness of it from an episode of Homicide: Life on the Street. It was great to hear it for the firt time. I wish I could have that back.
Avatar 2:12pm chromaphone:

Jeff Buckley's version is by far my favorite that I have heard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm Uncle Michael:

K.D. Laing's is pretty great...but it's not a song I seek out any longer.
Avatar 2:14pm northguineahills:

Still dig Buck Owens....
  2:15pm Dean:

Georg Friedrich Händel's beats 'em all.
Avatar 2:15pm chromaphone:

It's such a pleasure when I get to listen to this show when work is kind of slow. Great way to slide into the weekend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18pm doctorjazz:

Great stuff, this Yellow Bird (but woulda been cool to hear the b/w Havah Nagilah)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:21pm Uncle Michael:

I'll dig it out for Hanukkah.
  2:21pm ?:

"Fountains of Wayne?" Really? No.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:23pm doctorjazz:

FOW are my band, love those guys!
Avatar 2:27pm chromaphone:

I heard a bit where Tom Scholz was talking. Wife was watching it in the next room while I did homework :( Super interesting. I'll have to wait for the DVD. Ben Harper's intensity bores me but look forward to hear what he says in the show. I also heard David Gilmour's reaction when he first heard Dark Side played back, so neat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30pm Uncle Michael:

Lots of interesting stuff from artists I know nothing about. That's good for me.
Avatar 2:34pm chromaphone:

Hey Um, I sent you an email like a year or so ago with a link to a video of the making of Dukes of Strosphear. Did you happen to check that out? I thought it was so cool.
Avatar 2:34pm geezerette:

Elegant hipness!.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36pm Uncle Michael:

No, my apologies.I'd love that. Probably got overlooked in some daily maelstrom. I will amend.
Avatar 2:37pm chromaphone:

I wonder if DJs get my emails from the FMU site. I've sent a couple and gotten no responses. Here is a link to the first chunk of the interview: www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

No, I'm sure I got it. I sincerely apologize for not acknowledging the email. I still owe thank you notes for wedding presents...from 28 years ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:39pm Brian in UK:

Jeremy Spencer?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:40pm Uncle Michael:

Yep, Brian
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42pm Brian in UK:

Uncle, he got the Rock 'n Roll down.
Great mix. To the kitchen.
Avatar 2:43pm geezerette:

'Nother great show UM! Happy weekend. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm doctorjazz:

Almost done? Sheeesh!
Thanks UM (and others), enjoy the weekend!
  2:46pm Dean:

The usual: a lasagne with a day-long simmered Bolognese, and orange bread pudding. Taking to friends who do the traditional Pilgrim thing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:47pm Uncle Michael:

that sounds great....bolognese
Avatar 2:51pm ndbob:

excellent show UM!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks everyone...the time flew.
  2:53pm Dean:

In fact, the bread pudding can be stellar. It's based on a local restaurant's mainstay dessert, but frankly mine is better. I don't worry about using blood oranges, for instance, and I use challah.

  2:53pm Dean:

Getting static here, too.
Avatar 2:54pm Wilson K:

Avatar 2:54pm Wilson K:

Oops you already know... sorry to pile on
  2:54pm Dean:

Uh, oh.
Avatar 2:54pm chromaphone:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm Doug Schulkind:

Just lost you. Now back!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Still the best closing theme in the business. Except that...it means...the end.
Avatar 3:00pm βrian:

Lasagna chez nous, too. No meat, but garden tomatoes, shitake, fresh goat cheese, spinach, parmesan ...
Avatar 3:01pm βrian:

Ω means the end.
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