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

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Options December 8, 2018: Lately in my Sneaky Peeky Rootie Tootie Doo

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Southern Culture on the Skids  Dirt Track Date   Options Dirt Track Date        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Pretty Things  Scene One   Options Parachute  Snapper 
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Apples in Stereo  What Happened Then   Options The Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone  Spin Art 
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Andy Partridge  Shalloween   Options Fuzzy Warbles  APE      0:09:54 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd  Scream Thy Last Scream   Options The Early Years 1965-1967  Pink Floyd      0:12:36 (Pop‑up)
Saulius Spindi  Jau Vakaras ruta Zalioj   Options Note Lithuania Folk/World 2018  Music Information Centre Lithuania 
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Dire Wolves  Unfettered And Alive   Options Paradisiacal Mind  Cardinal Fuzz 
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The Rose Garden  I'm Only Second   Options A Trip Through The Garden: The Rose Garden Collection  Omnivore 
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Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard  Bye Bye Love   Options Sing Me Back Home: The DC Tapes, 1965​-​1969  Free Dirt 
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Dave Apollon  Russion Rag   Options Mandolin Virtuoso  Yazoo 
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The Vegetable Orchestra  Perfect Match   Options Green Album  Transacoustic Research 
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Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo  Hepatitus   Options Cochin Moon  Light in the Attic 
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Eva Nagy  Ez Az Utolso Randevunk   Options She Came From Hungary! 1960s Beat Girls From The Eastern Bloc  Ace 
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Eddie Hinton  It's All Wrong But It's Alright   Options Cover Me: The Eddie Hinton Songbook  Ace 
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Ben & Spence  A Stone Loser   Options Fame Northern Soul  Ace 
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Junior Kimbrough  Everywhere I Go   Options Most Things Haven't Worked Out  Fat Possum 
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James Brown  Get on the Good Foot   Options Get on the Good Foot  Polydor 
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Orkesta Mendoza  Cumbia Volcadora   Options Vamos a Guarachar  Glitterbear 
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Barry Adamson  Jazz Devil   Options Memento Mori (Anthology 1978 - 2018)  Mute 
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Frank Zappa  Sharleena   Options Chunga's Revenge  Ryko 
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Alice Cooper  Below Your Means   Options Easy Action  Straight 
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Electric Prunes  Doctor Do Good   Options Undergrounds  Collectors Choice      1:43:07 (Pop‑up)
Peter Gordon  Star Jaws   Options Star Jaws  Lovely      1:44:49 (Pop‑up)
Exit Group  Cruel Fog   Options Adverse Habitat  Castle Face 
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Berlinska Droha  Zacln Durhe   Options Minority Report Continental Subway 2018 Premium  WFMU      1:52:31 (Pop‑up)
Moe Tucker (with Jonathan Richman)  I'm Sticking with You   Options I'm Sticking With You: An Introduction To Moe Tucker  Modern 
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Mekons  Chemical Wedding   Options Retreat from Memphis  1/4 Stick      1:58:21 (Pop‑up)

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Buzzcocks  I Don't Know What To Do With My Life   Options Entertaining Friends: Live At The Hammersmith Odeon March 1979  IRS 
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Redd Kross  Puss ’n’ Boots   Options Hot Issue  Merge 
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Uta  Baudelaire   Options Freak Meow-t (Crayons to Perfume) WFMU 2018 Premium  WFMU      2:11:06 (Pop‑up)
Beat Happening  Our Secret   Options Beat Happening  K 
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Young Marble Giants  Looking for Mr Right   Options Colossal Youth  Rought Trade      2:17:14 (Pop‑up)
Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa  Bida Blues   Options 22 Karrot Kommando Tunes: Rootz & Alternative Melodies from Poland  Karrot Kommando    *   2:20:37 (Pop‑up)
Augustus Pablo  Mountain View Dub   Options In Fine Style  Pressure Sounds 
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Jeannie C. Riley  What about them   Options Sock Soul  Little Darlin 
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Little Jerry Williams  The Push Push   Options Anthology (1954-1969)  SDEG      2:38:13 (Pop‑up)
C.J. & Co.  Boogie Love   Options Ain't It Amazing: The Unreleased Westbound Masters  Ace 
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Sly and the Family Stone  If You Want Me to Stay   Options Fresh  Epic 
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Captain Beefheart   Nowadays a Woman has to Hit a Man   Options Dust Blows Forward and the Dust Blows Back  Rhino      2:46:57 (Pop‑up)
Dion  Sweet Papa Di   Options Bronx Blues: The Columbia Recordings 1962-1965  Columbia 
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Kris Kristofferson  Me and Bobby McGee   Options The Essential Kris Kristofferson  Legacy 
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John Prine  Fish and Whistle   Options Great Days: The John Prine Anthology  Rhino      2:56:42 (Pop‑up)
Alec Bathgate  Win Your Love   Options Gold Lame  Flying Nun 
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Insecure Men  Subaru Nights   Options Insecure Men  Fat Possum 
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Gene Krupa  Leave Us Leap   Options Drumming Man  Vocalion      3:10:35 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 11:35am Brian in UK:

Hello Bill, all bets off in the how wet can you get digging stakes.

Back to the last show. The Equals were advertised and played incessently on the pirate station Radio London back around '68. They were on President Records. Three black, two white men, modern for the time.
Avatar 11:49am Bill Mac:

Brian, yes, my latest obsession, also boasting the talents of one Eddy Grant. Who knew? Things just keep on slipping through.
Avatar 12:01pm Brian in UK:

So, is Rap poetry in motion?
  12:03pm rw:

Avatar 12:03pm Brian in UK:

Get that fire going from last time, Bill. It really gave out some heat.
Avatar 12:03pm fred:

Good afternoon Bill and listeners. Sounds like the marching band that was playing Christmas carols and horrible French pop hits from the 70s called it a day just in time for your show
Avatar 12:05pm Bill Mac:

Whew, I'm ready too! Beautiful day, lovely plumage....
Avatar 12:06pm Sem:

The plumage has nothing to do with it.

Hello, Bill, Brian in Shropshire, rw, and fred.
Avatar 12:07pm Brian in UK:

@fred are you keeping indoors this weekend?
Avatar 12:07pm V Priceless:

hey there, Bill!
Avatar 12:09pm Bill Mac:

Morning all you Zzzzzzerolanders. Hope to match the brightness flowing in here today
  12:10pm rw:

Hey Sem. Zzzzzzerolanders.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11pm Ken From Hyde Park:

In the Zzzzzzero Zzzzzzone.
  12:12pm rw:

Shalloween sounds extra scary.
Avatar 12:14pm fred:

@Brian: Yep, as usual. I don't like going out on weekends. First, that would mean an added trip to Paris (close to one hour). Second, there are way more days during the workweek than the weekend
Avatar 12:16pm Brian in UK:

fred forgive me I thought that you lived within the Peripherique.
Avatar 12:17pm Brian in UK:

Never cease to be amazed at the popularity of Dark Side of the Moon.
Avatar 12:17pm Sem:

Well, I am frankly frightened by these lyrics. Psychotic break? Or just posing wankers?
Avatar 12:18pm Brian in UK:

Sem, you may have gathered that I am of the second skool.
Avatar 12:18pm Bill Mac:

I love that track. For what it's worth Syd was in the band during this period
  12:19pm rw:

Sem, I like to think it's a little of both. Love that song.
Avatar 12:19pm fred:

@Brian: Born within, but never could afford to live there
Avatar 12:21pm Sem:

That's what I love about the salon, all. The bracing difference of musical opinions, without the tumultuous rancor which might be found elsewhere.
Avatar 12:22pm Sem:

I kinda knew which side you'd fall on, BiUK.
  12:22pm Joe B:

Greetings everyone! Hey rw!
  12:23pm rw:

Joe B!
Avatar 12:23pm Bill Mac:

What up Joe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm Stanley:

May I join you?
Avatar 12:25pm Brian in UK:

fred, like London then.

sem with a depression seeking bass player what do you expect.
Avatar 12:26pm Brian in UK:

Stanley there is space on this creaky settle if you choose.
Avatar 12:26pm Bill Mac:

Stanley arrives, and the crowd goes wild....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm Stanley:

Thank you friends....thank you
Avatar 12:28pm Brian in UK:

Bill, the Lithuanian track was an eye opener. Love the state sponsored style record label name.
Avatar 12:29pm Bill Mac:

He's blushing I can hear it from here
Avatar 12:30pm fred:

That track reminds me of a movie that a former girlfriend made me watch, though I can't place it. Probably dance related, as she was my gateway to dance
Avatar 12:30pm Brian in UK:

Bill, the typeset is hard work on the aforementioned album.
Avatar 12:33pm Brian in UK:

Any beards?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm Stanley:

I got mine from Woolworths. It's still going strong.
Avatar 12:37pm Sem:

Paradisiacal: I suppose six syllables are necessary in describing what is, I think, a superlative experience? Or just wanker poseurs?
Avatar 12:39pm Sem:

I note that The Rose Garden began its musical career as The Blokes.
The Sixties, man, put us all through so many changes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm Stanley:

From The Blokes to The Rose Garden and back again, no doubt.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm Stanley:

Call any vegetable?
Avatar 12:44pm Sem:

So it seems, Stanley: the lads were all done by 1968.
Avatar 12:45pm Bill Mac:

Yessir it's ok to play with your food
Avatar 12:45pm Sem:

Beans, beans, the musical fruit...
Avatar 12:45pm fred:

Haruomi Hosono!
Avatar 12:46pm Bill Mac:

Another one the slipped through Fred
Avatar 12:47pm Brian in UK:

Sem, bit like The Thamesmen turning into Spinal Tap.
Not a big fan of parody but when they laid it down, it stayed there.
Avatar 12:47pm Sem:

Forgot the Thamesmen thing. Heh.
Avatar 12:48pm Bill Mac:

I caught that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Stanley:

I'm surprised this has passed Sheila B by. Great track.
Avatar 12:53pm Bill Mac:

This CD has been laying around here for over a month...
Avatar 1:01pm Brian in UK:

These comps nowadays are real eyeopeners, Hungary, Viet Nam etc. Fascinating music that was recorded despite trying times.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Stanley:

Your DJ speaks
Avatar 1:04pm Sem:

Found this fascinating "In the late 1950s Kimbrough began playing the guitar in his own style, using mid-tempo rhythms and a steady drone played with his thumb on the bass strings. This style would later be cited as a prime example of hill country blues. His music is characterized by the tricky syncopation between his droning bass strings and his midrange melodies. His soloing style has been described as modal and features languorous runs in the middle and upper registers. The result was described by music critic Robert Palmer as "hypnotic". VIA Wikithingy.
Avatar 1:05pm Brian in UK:

I still enjoy playing records, but the advent of the CD opened up our ears to so much more via comps.

Bill, what is the fastest pastry?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm Stanley:

Depends if you say scone or scone.
Avatar 1:07pm Brian in UK:

Stanley, well Bill is posh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:08pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Bill & Zzzzzzero listeners
Avatar 1:09pm Sem:

Hiya, coel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm coelacanth∅:


Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:10pm coelacanth∅:

hey Sem!
Avatar 1:10pm fred:

Haruomi Hosono went on to found Yellow Magic Orchestra with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Yukihiro Takahashi
Avatar 1:11pm Bill Mac:

@Fred I think I managed to suss that out this morning too
  1:12pm chresti at work:

Hi Bill! Listening on itunes at work! Sounds good!
  1:13pm rw:

Which foot is the good one again? I keep forgetting.
Avatar 1:13pm Bill Mac:

CC! Thanks for giving me a second chance. Hey Chresti!
Avatar 1:13pm Bill Mac:

I only have a bad foot and a better foot
Avatar 1:15pm Sem:

ah, vamping for dollars. Good on James.
Avatar 1:15pm fred:

I have two bad feet. Same with hands. Is the opposite of ambidextrous ambisenestrous?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16pm coelacanth∅:

rw, the right one.

Bill, keep trying but you're stuck with me.
Avatar 1:17pm Bill Mac:

@CC I'll try to behave but I can't guarantee anything
Avatar 1:18pm Brian in UK:

Bill, how is the back holding up these days?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18pm Stanley:

Sem, I'm very much enjoying a bottle of Canadian IPA from Driftwood Brewery in Victoria BC. It's a cracker.
Avatar 1:19pm Bill Mac:

Of course you are. Now I want one
Avatar 1:20pm Sem:

Wow, Stanley! Stocked by your local?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm coelacanth∅:

if you start behaving i may as well listen sirius
Avatar 1:22pm Bill Mac:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm coelacanth∅:

Stanley and Brian, a few years ago my australian girlfriend did manage to teach me how to say "chocolate", but apparently i never did learn how to say "hot" & "scone". i tried.
- i also apparently never tasted one. she said what they call scones in the states are not even close.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:24pm Stanley:

You betcha, Sem. Only the best off-licence in the country. Also in the line up this evening is a session pale from Garage in Barcelona and to finish off, a bottle of Woot - a barrel aged 12 per cent stout from Stone in San Diago. It's a Saturday night in here at Casa Stanley.
Avatar 1:24pm Bill Mac:

@BiUK: I was just thinking of that this morning as I was hauling bottle of water to the water cooler. Everything has been tip top knock wood
Avatar 1:26pm Sem:

A good'un, surely, Stanley. Remarkable, that IPA in the wilds of, it's Leith, is it not?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Stanley:

Ah, Sharleena.
Avatar 1:27pm Sem:

and the hits just keep on comin'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm coelacanth∅:

man that orkestra mendoza cover's fantastic!
Avatar 1:29pm V Priceless:

ooo...nice Coopers!
Avatar 1:29pm Bill Mac:

Isn't it? I'm hoping to see the Zappa cover.
Avatar 1:30pm Brian in UK:

Bill, glad to hear that.

Scones work well when made with Buttermilk. Plus homemade Strawberry jam, for me, cream optional. It all gets back to food in the end.
Oh, and booze. Polish vodka over here.
Avatar 1:31pm V Priceless:

nice Bruce/Buxton trade-offs here!
  1:32pm rw:

Brian, what's a good Polish vodka? I need to give a bottle as a gift.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32pm coelacanth∅:

i've got nothing to compare scones here to except other scones here. sometimes i like them.
Avatar 1:33pm Bill Mac:

@VP Still waiting on the Mott the Hoople 2019 US tour dates if they're coming here.
Avatar 1:33pm V Priceless:

(April - u didn't here it from me)
Avatar 1:33pm Bill Mac:

@CC I just need to find a real bakery here that makes em
Avatar 1:36pm Brian in UK:

@rw Żubrówka Bison Grass Vodka is a good starting point. Guess you can get that over your way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm coelacanth∅:

Bill if you're ever around northern stamford ct there's a place my sister gets 'em that i think are the best of all her many tries.
Avatar 1:40pm Brian in UK:

@rw, do not want teach your granny to suck egg (no sure what that means) keep it in the freezer.
  1:41pm rw:

Thanks Brian, do you have another? I feel like she may have a bottle of that one.
  1:43pm rw:

Not sure if she's got it in the freezer...
  1:45pm rw:

And I love these descriptions: First nosing detects an engaging grassiness, but also a creamed vegetable scent thats immensely appealing
Avatar 1:46pm Brian in UK:

@rw I friend brought a lovely one back from Poland that had gold(en) flakes in it. Probably only for the local market.
Try Stolichnaya Gold.
Avatar 1:47pm fred:

@rw: I don't know anything about vodka, but I heard good things about Potocki, Polugar, and Zoladkowa Gorzka. Not sure how available these are where you are though
  1:48pm rw:

Cool. Thanks guys!
Avatar 1:51pm fred:

@rw: I know a few Polish guys, but I'm afraid I won't see them until next year, so I can't get better intel. The homemade stuff is something though... brutal
Avatar 1:52pm Brian in UK:

@rw this site has a wonderful range of alcohol, if they can supply here it should be available near you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm Stanley:

That one was sung in the little known language of sorbien, a Slavic minority language spoken in eastern Germany.
Now you know.
Avatar 1:56pm Brian in UK:

@rw you could always buy a gin, after all it is vodka based.
The number of gin producers over here had gone mad in the last few years. Fifty odd new small distilleries opened up last year.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm Stanley:

But then again, I think we all knew that, being regular riders of the Continental Subway.
Avatar 2:00pm Brian in UK:

@Stanley, you read my mind ( not something I would reccommend!)

Time for tea..
  2:01pm rw:

Ugh. Got lost in the internet vodka wormhole. Need to get back to work. Thanks for the suggestions. I feel fairly well armed for a trip to the local well stocked liquor store this afternoon!
Avatar 2:02pm Sem:

Stanley, you are a wonder w/ the grace notes of life. My thanks.

Brian, I checked the website you mentioned ^. Saw this:
The strongest vodka we have ever come across, Balkan 176 comes in a bottle with 13 different health warnings (including one in Braille), mainly because it's at 88% abv. It is produced in Serbia, and is triple distilled and essentially shouldn't be drunk neat, sniffed, held or even owned.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm Stanley:

Behind a wall, anyway.
Avatar 2:10pm fred:

@Sem: 88% looks too strong for me. Maybe something like the booze from the Tontons Flingueurs kitchen: www.youtube.com...
Avatar 2:12pm Jeff Moore:

Hey, Bill!

Oh, and what does "too poppy" mean? I've long thought that the main problem with WFMU is a tendency to play too much rock, as if there's some assumption that should be the core musical form on the air.
Avatar 2:13pm Bill Mac:

Hey Jeff.... You actually pay attention to what I say? I'm still trying to justify why I said shucking and jiving.... it has no place in DJ jargon right?
Avatar 2:15pm Bill Mac:

.I'm actually enjoying the noise I'm making right here, whatever it is.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:17pm Stanley:

Me too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18pm coelacanth∅:

sweet. ymg.
Avatar 2:23pm Jeff Moore:

Hey, I'm very much enjoying what you're presenting here too!

You just happened to say something which triggered my soapbox mode, sorry.
Avatar 2:23pm Sem:

fred: once I get the closed captions working, I'll give that clip another go. But it seems those who commented in French thought very highly of it.
Some seriously good acting going on, I can see that. Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm Stanley:

Ride that Lion to Zion
Avatar 2:28pm Brian in UK:

Polish Raw Spirit is the end of the line.
Avatar 2:28pm Bill Mac:

@Jeff Oh I know, it's not what you said that triggered my reaction. I'm always having an internal dialog here as to whether I'm going way off the rails or if I'm too middle of the road.... plus I wonder whether my rants on mic make sense. Oh, the life and times of a DJ!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm Stanley:

...and Brian knows.
Avatar 2:30pm Brian in UK:

Bill, you are just right. Your voice is a comfort any time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm Stanley:

What Brian said
Avatar 2:31pm fred:

@Sem: its legendary status endured for decades, though I don't know if that lasted beyond my youth, which was decades ago
Avatar 2:32pm Sem:

I feeling is that Cape Breton moonshine run through the radiator of a junked 1971 Ford F-150 is the end of the line. The residual anti-ifreeze is actually the best part of that drink, I have heard.
Avatar 2:36pm fred:

@Sem: a former co-worker served in the Red Army in Kazakhstan. He told me that on the first day the instruction focused on what kind of anti-freeze was safe to drink, and also a reminder than vodka kept outdoors could freeze your guts and kill you if it wasn't allowed to get warmer indoors first
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:37pm Stanley:

Thanks Bill. I love to 'revisit' that period in my yoof when I hung out in Brixton, taking up the local customs, of course.
Avatar 2:38pm Sem:

!! @fred.
Avatar 2:43pm Brian in UK:

@Stanley, Bill has the jones for the Equals. Eddy Grant wrote Electric Avenue.
Have you seen the Bowie wall muriel opposite Brixton tube?
Avatar 2:43pm V Priceless:

thanks Bill - switching to automobile mode - catch you on the 24th!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:43pm Stanley:

Avatar 2:44pm Bill Mac:

Awesome VP catch you next time
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44pm Fran:

A quick hello all!
Avatar 2:44pm Bill Mac:

Post superstar period, still making good music
Avatar 2:45pm Bill Mac:

Hey hey Fran!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:45pm Stanley:

Just looked online, Brian. Nice
Avatar 2:45pm Sem:

Fran! You still keep decent time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm Stanley:

Avatar 2:47pm Sem:


Recently re-watched that John Peel doc on the Capt..
Avatar 2:47pm Bill Mac:

Yeah, Derv Gordon (Equals) was touring the states last year. Played at Monty Hall.... missed it...
Avatar 2:47pm Brian in UK:

Fran, so late, so cool. Glad you are here.

Bill, had this on the Walkman last week whilst hacking out tree roots.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:47pm Fran:

Sem!!! Swiss precision.....almost!
Avatar 2:49pm Bill Mac:

Beef? Several great solos from Zoot on Clear Spot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:49pm Stanley:

Hi Fran. Doing a Zarquon, eh?
Avatar 2:50pm Brian in UK:

Bill, wonderful selections as ever. What does anyone know that a DJ knows.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm Fran:

Hi Stanley - haha! A League of Gentlemen 'have I missed the cakes?' moment!
Avatar 2:51pm fred:

@Sem: another Red Army story is that when he was later posted on the western border, the sophisticated radar stations had been "modified" so that officers could get porn from Western countries. He thought that was how a guy landed in the red square, but he didn't know for sure
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm Fran:

Hi Brian!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm Stanley:

Fran: indeed, haha
Avatar 2:52pm Sem:

You are of course compiling these stories, right, fred?
Avatar 2:53pm Brian in UK:

Fran we are now in Shropshire, bit of a gig desert. If you are passing through do drop in.
Avatar 2:53pm Bill Mac:

@biUK: I just pick em for the most part - you guys know a lot more about what I'm playing sometimes.
Avatar 2:54pm fred:

@Sem: of course not, thousands have lived them, I didn't
Avatar 2:55pm Brian in UK:

Bill I would say that is disingenous, if I could spell it!!
Avatar 2:56pm Bill Mac:

@Fred Still, interesting stuff to know.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm Fran:

Hi Brian

Thanks for the update and if I can I will! I had the dubious pleasure of a day in Telford earlier in the year!
Avatar 2:58pm Sem:

Well, hope to catch all Zzzzzzeroheds at the next assembly Christmas Eve. Provocative mistletoe arrangements, SVP. Bye for now, all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Fran:

Hoping to tune in for at least more than 16 minutes of Christmas Eve's show Bill!
Avatar 2:58pm Brian in UK:

Never understood this line, kind of got 'give a man his freedom and he will not know what to do with it' though.

Killing it, Bill. Bruised Orange is a peach.
Avatar 2:59pm fred:

Thanks Bill, it's always a treat to get to hear your show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Stanley:

The best three hours I've spent in a long time. Thanks Bill for the very entertaining sounds and to all at the café for the top notch repartee. Looking forward to Christmas Eve. See you all then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Fran:

Next time Sem!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Fran:

Cheers Stanley!
Avatar 3:00pm Brian in UK:

Fran odd how Shrewsbury and Telford are but a few miles apart but five centuries in reality.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Just about down to Zzzzzzero. See you next time, Bill.
Avatar 3:00pm Bill Mac:

Hey if I don't make a moment at the end of the show I just wanted to thank you all for being here... oh and what Sem and a few others said above - Mon. Dec 24th, 9am - Noon, Pawwwwtayyyy with me & the Missus. See yuz!
Avatar 3:00pm Bill Mac:

Bye Ken!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm Fran:

So true Brian.
Avatar 3:02pm Brian in UK:

Respect to Maxine for the visuals.

Take care everyone.
Avatar 3:02pm Jeff Moore:

@Bill: I well know that sensitivity from my you-can-still-count-them-on-one-hand number of forays behind the mic.

You mean, it's still there after decades? Actually, however bad news it may be for one's nerves as a DJ, it'd be worse if people stopped caring so much.

Congratulations, Bill, you nervous wreck, you're still not phoning it in!
Avatar 3:03pm Bill Mac:

You are the best Mr Moore!!!!!
Avatar 3:04pm Bill Mac:

.... and yes it is. The only thing I struggle with here is the pilgrimage to JC.
Avatar 3:05pm Jeff Moore:

Hell of a schlep. I'm glad you're willing to put up with that PITA drive for all of us.
Avatar 3:06pm Brian in UK:

Bill, how many miles it is? Trying to put in context to over here.
Avatar 3:07pm Bill Mac:

eh for me too... it's 85 miles give or take. about 90 minutes one way
Avatar 3:09pm Brian in UK:

Thanks, Boss.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:13pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Bill! see ya soon
take care folks
Avatar 8:06pm Jeff Moore:

Can I post at this late date? I betcha I can.
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