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<br>untitled painting, artist and year unknown<br>found at Stormville flea market, May 2018

untitled painting, artist and year unknown
found at Stormville flea market, May 2018
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untitled painting, artist and year unknown
found at Stormville flea market, May 2018

Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Kenny Drew, Jr.  With Prestige   Favoriting Remembrance  TCB  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Theophilus London  Marchin'   Favoriting Bebey  Theophilus London  0:04:11 (Pop-up)
Erik Truffaz  Ghost Drummer   Favoriting Saloua  Blue Note  0:07:04 (Pop-up)
Antbrain  Bad Man   Favoriting Moon Water  Antbrain  0:11:23 (Pop-up)
Hiromi  XYZ   Favoriting Another Mind  Telarc  0:14:30 (Pop-up)
 
Kyle Forester  Know What You're Doing   Favoriting Hearts in Gardens  Kyle Forester  0:23:13 (Pop-up)
Liz Menezes  This Will Be Our Year (Bossa Version)   Favoriting Relaxing Bossa  Bossa 58  0:26:07 (Pop-up)
Barney Mcall  Apple Tree   Favoriting Mooroolbark  ABC Jazz  0:28:02 (Pop-up)
The Orielles  Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme)   Favoriting Space Samba (single)  Heavenly Recordings  0:33:52 (Pop-up)
Josephine Baker  Blue Skies   Favoriting Then I'll Be Happy  Radiophone Archives  0:38:59 (Pop-up)
Cola Jet Set  Un Golpe de Suerte   Favoriting Contando Historias  Subterfuge Records  0:42:00 (Pop-up)
Toledo  Qué Pasa?   Favoriting Hotstuff  Daniel Alvarez de Toledo & Jordan Dunn-Pilz  0:44:04 (Pop-up)
 
Magic Malik  Xpascal2   Favoriting Magic Malik Fanfare XP, Vol. 2  Magic Malik  0:52:04 (Pop-up)
Chico Hamilton Quintet ft. Buddy Collette  Blue Sands   Favoriting Chico Hamilton Quintet  Blue Note  0:58:03 (Pop-up)
Mandy Harvey  Creep   Favoriting Nice to Meet You  The SoNo Recording Group  1:04:16 (Pop-up)
Maryanna Meadows  Ones Who Love You (Alvvays song)   Favoriting Maryanna's YT channel  Maryanna  1:07:56 (Pop-up)
Mark Wirtz  Avalon   Favoriting Philwit & Pegasus  Chapter 1   1:12:10 (Pop-up)
Spirit  Aren't You Glad   Favoriting The Family That Plays Together  Ode  1:15:47 (Pop-up)
Chris Lightcap Quartet  Las Tijeras   Favoriting Lay-Up  Fresh Sound  1:21:21 (Pop-up)
 
Nada Surf  Something I Should Do   Favoriting Never Not Together  Barsuk  1:31:23 (Pop-up)
John Lennon vs. Groboclone  Imagine There's No People   Favoriting Groboclone's Channel  Groboclone  1:35:34 (Pop-up)
No Joy  Hellhole   Favoriting Creep  Grey Market  1:38:08 (Pop-up)
Say Sue Me  Good People   Favoriting Your Book/Good People  Damnably  1:41:31 (Pop-up)
Slift  Heavy Road   Favoriting 2016: Spacetrip for Everyone  Six Tonnes de Chair  1:44:44 (Pop-up)
Black Angel  Happy Days   Favoriting Go, Bernie, Go (EP)  Jerry Calvin Martin, Jr.  1:52:14 (Pop-up)
Tar  Non-Alignment Pact   Favoriting 1988-1995  Chunklet Industries  1:55:37 (Pop-up)
 
Jerry Bergonzi  Come Fly With Me   Favoriting Simply Put  Savant  2:03:44 (Pop-up)
Frank Zappa  Peaches en Regalia (Prototype)   Favoriting The Hot Rats Sessions  Universal Music  2:10:19 (Pop-up)
Black Ace  Your Legs Too Little   Favoriting I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand  Arhoolie  2:16:12 (Pop-up)
Ilhan Ersahin  Bosphorus   Favoriting Istanbul Sessions with Erik Truffaz  Nublu  2:18:48 (Pop-up)
Big Joanie  Way Out   Favoriting Sistahs  The Daydream Library Series  2:23:27 (Pop-up)
The Insect Trust  Hoboken Saturday Night   Favoriting Hoboken Saturday Night  Atco  2:25:20 (Pop-up)
 
Bill Lloyd  Interrupted   Favoriting Working the Long Game  Spyderpop  2:31:06 (Pop-up)
Stories  Believe Me   Favoriting About Us  Kama Sutra  2:33:51 (Pop-up)
Moving Panoramas  What Now   Favoriting In Two  Modern Outsider  2:37:12 (Pop-up)
Nubya Garcia  When We Are   Favoriting When We Are EP  Nyasha  2:42:08 (Pop-up)
Lambert  As Ballad   Favoriting Stay in the Dark  Staatsakt  2:48:46 (Pop-up)
Lightning Bug  The Roundness of Days   Favoriting October Song  Lightning Bug  2:53:37 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:00pm
βrian:

Watercolors in the washer, maybe?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm
Michael 98145:

Onward
Avatar 3:01pm
Listening Out There:

Flea market art is here. All is right with the world...
  3:03pm
Listener Robert:

Anything's got to sound good after the atrocity I just heard on Sheena's Jungle: Mr. Miller singing "Mrs. Brown".
  3:04pm
jess:

Mr. Chusid
  3:05pm
Listener Robert:

Looks like collage painted over, or painted under. Interesting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Mark Hurst:

Greetings, Irwin & all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Handy Haversack:

Hi, Irwin, folx.
Avatar 3:06pm
brainiac:

I hope to hear something by Mrs. Miller today. Hi everybody!
  3:06pm
Tennessee Jeb:

nice.
Avatar 3:06pm
Matt_E:

TGIHumpDay
Avatar 3:09pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

....always that temptation to break the 4th wall with a cigarette butt
...what a friend we have in Jazzes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm
Michael 98145:

well, okay
Avatar 3:12pm
Andy M.:

Where should the Shangri-Las' "Past, Present and Future" go on a mix tape? Very beginning? Very end? Somewhere in the middle? Nowhere?
Avatar 3:14pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Last half beginning - 1st half end...
Avatar 3:15pm
Andy M.:

@Revolution-Rabbit-Nov63 Thank you! :)
Avatar 3:18pm
Jack:

Irwin, do you watch "Flea Market Flip" ? It's often filmed at the Stormville flea market. The wife watches it just to torture me; it's gotta be the stupidest show on TV.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm
AnAnonymousParty:

Hey, this isn't YYZed.
  3:18pm
Listener Robert:

Yesterday I came across an answer on Quora I wanted to respond to, but now can't find. Someone said a sad feature of the music biz is that it's such a buyer's market, with so much being given away that there are a lot of very good musicians (he said singers specifically) who can't make a living at it.

I look at that as a good thing. It means we're rich enough as a society that a great many of us are able to develop fairly high musical art in our spare time for our own and our friends' enjoyment, without even any hope of making money at it.
Avatar 3:20pm
Listening Out There:

@Listener Robert: Maybe that's true from the listener's point of view. Might not be a good thing for musicians, however. I once saw a musician/composer's royalty check on Facebook for 14 cents.
Avatar 3:21pm
Listening Out There:

Oh. A royalty check from Spotify, that is...
Avatar 3:21pm
brainiac:

I hear you Listener Robert, but until money isn't a thing anymore, musicians are consigned to a life of hardship and deprivation. That is hardly indicative of a rich society.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm
Handy Haversack:

Can't grunt that.
  3:23pm
steveL:

Return for regruntling.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm
zopa:

i am ungruntled
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm
AnAnonymousParty:

May you be forever gruntled, Irwin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm
Irwin:

And I just spilled coffee on my pant-leg. Another FWP.
  3:24pm
Manana:

Clowns, monkeys? What's not to like?
  3:24pm
Listener Robert:

@brainiac, that's only if they try to go pro at music. Meanwhile people can make enough money in various lines of work that they can afford a lot of time off to practice as amateurs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm
zopa:

begruntle

Verb

(third-person singular simple present begruntles, present participle begruntling, simple past and past participle begruntled)

To make or render uneasy; disconcert
  3:27pm
John from Florham park:

Hello fellow listeners sitting here in a doctors office wait to see my doc
  3:27pm
Listener Robert:

After all, where are the BEST GODDAMN DJs IN THE WORLD? Right here. And they're amateurs, except the morning show.
Avatar 3:28pm
brainiac:

Yes, but this situation requires artists to make sacrifices in order to create. Can we conceive of a world in which people can devote themselves to their art without fear of starving to death?
Avatar 3:30pm
βrian:

Well, there's the art of cooking, anyway.
  3:30pm
Listener Robert:

We can conceive such a world for SOME of them, brainiac: this world. But that still leaves a lot of room for people who've gotten very good at it while doing something else to keep from starving to death.
  3:30pm
Beetlemuse:

The music of today has to compete with the music from 50 years ago and up til now
Avatar 3:33pm
brainiac:

My point is simply this: the constraints put on musicians to make a living "doing something else" constrains their freedom to create and truncates their opportunity to become proficient.
Avatar 3:35pm
βrian:

From the OED:
begruntle v. [Obsolete] to make uneasy.
(Example given from 1693)
  3:35pm
Listener Robert:

It may truncate it, but not by much. That's the amazing thing. With all the support in the world, could you imagine MANY musicians becoming SIGNIFICANTLY better than they otherwise would?
Avatar 3:35pm
brainiac:

Yes, indeed I can
Avatar 3:37pm
βrian:

My mission: to cook for the musicians.
  3:37pm
Listener Robert:

To me it seems it's about a few undertaking a great deal of time to JUST SLIGHTLY EDGE OUT everybody else for an audience. They're better, but by just a hair.
  3:38pm
Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico:

this space Sambe fricings rules in a way that needs that dog pssage
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm
zopa:

@ βrian: behooted and behowled
Avatar 3:39pm
βrian:

One they've gotten used to it, they have to be regruntled.
  3:40pm
Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico:

bible belt samba...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:41pm
mariano:

I love how Blue Skies lends itself to so many interpretations. One of Irving Berlin's most versatile songs. I love the Willie Nelson version from Stardust too.
Avatar 3:43pm
brainiac:

Applying market forces to artists squelches their space to experiment, refine and produce completely original work. Inevitably what you the listener gets is a homogenized, derivative regurgitation of what has sold in the past. Commercial, not creative. That's what we're here to get away from ... at least I am, anyway :)
  3:46pm
Listener Robert:

The answerer on Quora said he got that thought from watching one of those TV talent competitions.

Brainiac, I think the amateurism scenario is actually the most conducive to development of new and original stuff. Again, the DJs here exemplify just that.
Avatar 3:46pm
Snoochienucci:

this is sweeeeeeeeeet
  3:47pm
Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico:

Application in Compton scattering
  3:48pm
berbo:

I dunno I think if you asked the artists they'd want to get paid a decent wage for their work.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49pm
ParUbi:

Nice found art!
Avatar 3:49pm
brainiac:

Let them eat grunt
  3:50pm
Dean:

I thought you were going to report that you had seen Josephine Baker, i.e., live! I adore her.
Avatar 3:51pm
Hoboken Jack:

Hello Irwin and SteveL and all you Josephine Baker Boys.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm
mariano:

There's also Chez Josephine on W 42nd, which was opened by one of her many adopted children. They have a good bit of Josephine Baker memorabilia. Pretty good food too, though it's been years since I've been.
  3:52pm
Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico:

Bill and Ted's J Bake Tan Tan Mainated-a-thon
  3:53pm
Manana:

Josephine Baker rocks in Triplets of Belleville.
Avatar 3:57pm
Itzall ClearD'me Nåu:

It's irrelevant and doesn't matter (to me) just what if anything that painting is "supposed to be" (a favorite question/confrontation from non-art-loving-art-lovers everywhere), I think it's great.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:02pm
ParUbi:

Yeah, if it collapses that easily into what it's "supposed to be," I find it loses something.
Avatar 4:02pm
Itzall ClearD'me Nåu:

Anyway, "My Kid could'a done that"! Or so they say.
  4:06pm
Listener Robert:

I agree that in a lot of cases of paintings, music, or whatever, their kid indeed coulda done it -- and that's a fact to celebrate!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm
Passaic River Blues:

Little Danny on the Cool Blue Flame plays a fair amount of Chico Hamilton, Buddy Collette, and other mid-century LA jazz gorgeousness.
Avatar 4:08pm
Itzall ClearD'me Nåu:

My God. Ms. Harvey, I think i heart you. That voice. *gulp*
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:09pm
Aitch:

Quite amazing voice, nice cover.
Avatar 4:10pm
Avrilinmay:

A propos of , Radiohead put a lot of their material on their website this week. for the fans who would be interested to know
Avatar 4:11pm
Jeff Moore:

On Gruntledness:

There's the famous P. G. Wodehouse line:

‘He spoke with a certain what-is-it in his voice, and I could see that, if not actually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled.’

interestingliterature.com...

en.wikiquote.org...
  4:11pm
Beetlemuse:

Radiohead always has neat songs! Now I have to go see
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12pm
Aitch:

I've often been overwhelmed, but unsure if I've ever been just whelmed?
Avatar 4:18pm
Avrilinmay:

@Beetlemuse hey! glad that was of use to somebody :)
  4:20pm
Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico:

Dr. Spirit made me cough
Avatar 4:21pm
brainiac:

It's nature's way
Avatar 4:25pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Consider that the root of what we think of mostly as Thuh Musics starts in Slavery....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:26pm
Handy Haversack:

Hey, mariano, welcome back!
Avatar 4:28pm
Avrilinmay:

and @John from Florham park : hope the doctor's appointment went okay
Avatar 4:29pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...from the beginning - dealing with commodifications
...& participation becoming performance
....when radio started - Record Companies didn't want their stuff played cause they figured it would mess the market !
....now the Distribution cat us out if the bag - for one thing....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:30pm
mariano:

Is Spirit the band that Zep was accused of stealing Stairway from?
Avatar 4:30pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

....typing on a tracFone - also questionable...
Avatar 4:32pm
brainiac:

@mariano yep variety.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:32pm
mariano:

Yeah, I read a really interesting article with lots of examples of pre-Stairway songs that use that A-minor chromatic riff/arpeggio, which isn't very uncommon as it turns out. If anything, Stairway was closer to a David Graham song from the early/mid-60s.
Avatar 4:33pm
Avrilinmay:

I had the thought about your taste, Irwin, about radiohead ... and you confirmed it :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34pm
Irwin:

Mariano: It was Randy California's heirs who pressed the claim. So far, it's gotten nowhere. It's an utterly desperate claim.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34pm
mariano:

Thanks Brainiac!
Avatar 4:34pm
brainiac:

Jimmy page was a thieving magpie, and I love him
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:35pm
Irwin:

Radiohead's music has never impressed me. Find it boring.
Avatar 4:35pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Doesn't help that Zep stole cred all over the place - Page from Graham & Jansch - Bluesmen
...but A-B Spirit's 'Taurus' & Stairway - influence maybe - but not a straight cop...
  4:36pm
Dean:

I second Irwin @4:35. Why, my kids could have written their songs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:36pm
mariano:

Well, the first part of Bring It On Home was obviously cadged from Sonny Boy Williamson. Still love a lot of Zep, though not Stairway, which apparently they hate playing as well. With you on Radiohead, Irwin: seems like the music industry's version of "artsy" but I have friends whose opinions I respect who like them, so no offense to anyone.
  4:37pm
Dean:

This is almost as funny as the Ric Astley high-pitched "Never Gonna Give You Up."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:37pm
mariano:

Ohhh, this reminds me of that mashup of Imagine and Walk on the Wildside, with vocals by George W Bush, pretty sure I heard it on FMU.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:38pm
G:

John's politics have improved since 1971.
Avatar 4:38pm
Mister Dobalina:

This is what makes FMU amazin'... I like this song again.
  4:38pm
BH:

good to hear the Manson Family remix of "Imagine"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:39pm
Handy Haversack:

Complete agreement on Radiohead. Digging this mashup!
Avatar 4:40pm
Mister Dobalina:

High pitch Rick makes that song listenable again.
Avatar 4:40pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Imagine is straight Marx as child limmerick.
Walrus & Tommorow Never Knows & Rev9 were sampling & mashups. Can't get righteous about doing that...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm
G:

Song named Creep, album named Creep, all inside an hour of airtime.
Avatar 4:41pm
Avrilinmay:

I can "see" that. In my case, it perfectly espouses my soul... guess it must be specific circumstances to different people.

and I like your jazz choices every week, also :D
Isn't music funny !
Avatar 4:44pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Happiness is Warm Mashup
Avatar 4:48pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A brother in Wah Wah. Ron Asheton fan I betcha.
Avatar 4:49pm
βrian:

Faster, Irwin. Faster!
Avatar 4:50pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Its a TONE control you manipulate with yer FOOT.
Just the best thing ever...
Avatar 4:53pm
βrian:

Would a father in Wah Wah be a Baba Wah Wah?
Avatar 4:54pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

:)
...yes
....& Jimi Hendrix.
  4:55pm
BH:

"Berniem" sounds like a the name of a Bernie Sanders/Eminem supermix
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:55pm
Irwin:

Typo!
Avatar 4:56pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

....no Chris Farley....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm
Alison Porchnik:

I'd pay Monopoly cash money to hear that supermix
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm
adampsyche:

PERE
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:58pm
Irwin:

Having aired the Bernie Bros. anthem, I will pass it along to Ken for heavy rotation.
Avatar 4:59pm
brainiac:

"Non-Alignment Pact" is my jam
  5:00pm
berbo:

Fairness requires that you play the Tom Steyer campaign song. I don't know what it is, but it has to be great.
  5:01pm
BH:

The Michael Bloomberg campaign song is just the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase theme song from the WWF
Avatar 5:04pm
People Like Us:

thank you Irwin :)
Avatar 5:05pm
People Like Us:

tickets: www.eventbrite.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06pm
Irwin:

I welcome ridiculous campaign songs for any candidate! BTW, that Bernie song was from 2016. Hasn't gone stale.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm
Handy Haversack:

@People Like Us, I am helping edit Kenny G's forthcoming book about UbuWeb, and there's basically a whole chapter about how great you are!
Avatar 5:11pm
People Like Us:

I know! What a great job you have
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:11pm
Handy Haversack:

It has its moments.
Avatar 5:11pm
People Like Us:

you coming to Monty Hall on the 5th March?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:12pm
Handy Haversack:

I had just bought tix to a really great show (Control Top and Weeping Icon) in Brooklyn *right* before I heard the first announcement about the showing at Monty Hall. Gah!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:12pm
Irwin:

I plan to be there, Ms. People.
Avatar 5:13pm
People Like Us:

Yay glad to hear that Irwin!
Handy - sorry, we only just arranged the screening - I didn't know if I could make it to the marathon this year but I will!
  5:14pm
banny:

banned
  5:14pm
Eric from Lake Hiawatha:

Thanks for Frank I needed this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:14pm
Handy Haversack:

I understand -- the stars did not align. One day!
  5:14pm
BH:

*checks YouTube*
ok good, the video of the guy in a pizza outfit rapping about Ron Paul is still online after 12 years.
(extra note: every political ad that includes a takeoff of "Old McDonald" is horrible, every one of the ones i've seen)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:15pm
Irwin:

BH: You say "horrible" like it's a bad thing.
Avatar 5:16pm
Snoochienucci:

i now enter the last 45 minutes of the work day... Thank you WFMU for pushing me thru lol
  5:19pm
BH:

would it shock you to hear that a candidate who had a 60 second commercial with a parody of Old McDonald didn't win his election?

I think the CSPAN Archives are why somebody ended up finding the commercial where Ben Cooter Jones was running against Newt Gingrich and decided to do a rap song commercial.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm
Handy Haversack:

Cooter was my congressman.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm
Irwin:

Horrible campaign songs guarantee airplay around here. Heavy rotation.
Avatar 5:23pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Underscores point I've tried to emphasize to people all my life :
Elections are Advertising Campaigns
...ugly ones @ that.
  5:24pm
BH:

Fortunately for voters, I think the Super Bowl Shuffle fad largely played itself out before any campaigns were able to use that concept
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:28pm
Handy Haversack:

This set is cooking!
  5:29pm
brainiac:

If voting tallies can't be trusted, maybe the electoral college should hold a hip hop dance off to determine the next president
  5:29pm
BH:

Useless trivia: The first time I heard of Twitter was from one of those Mike Gravel videos back in 2008. Thanks Mike.
  5:37pm
ziggy:

Irwin, you are a Fantastic DJ !!!! .Thank you so much for an amazing afternoon. Your taste in music is simply Killler !
Avatar 5:38pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

This is copping Zep copping Muddy Waters
....but it sounds like Dolly Parton with the Faces....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:39pm
Irwin:

Stories wasn't a band, it was a studio-based mashup.
Avatar 5:40pm
Fredericks:

Irwin, do hear similarities between Nancy Jefferies voice and Terry Garthwaite's?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:41pm
Irwin:

Could be, Fred. Report back with your findings. Nancy died a few years ago. She was a music biz exec for many years.
Avatar 5:43pm
Hoboken Jack:

Irwin, do you hear similarities between Fredericks' voice and mine?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44pm
coelacanth∅:

i actually like the stories version of brother louie just about as much as the original. i like them each for different reasons.
don't know much of their catalogue
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44pm
Irwin:

In my dreams, Jack, I do.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:45pm
coelacanth∅:

(though i'll take hot chocolate over stories anyday, in general)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:47pm
Irwin:

I'll take Hot Chocolate in the primaries, and Stories in the general.
Avatar 5:47pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

....that's our stories & we're sticky intuit...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:49pm
coelacanth∅:

i'd settle for a story about hot chocolate
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:51pm
coelacanth∅:

-(i base that stance @5.45 on the one album i have heard, which i think was the first one. not bad, but not compelling. there're many hot chocolate songs i like a lot)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:55pm
mariano:

Thanks Irwin, take care y'all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm
Handy Haversack:

Thanks, Irwin!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm
coelacanth∅:

Thanks Irwin
Avatar 5:58pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Grazzi As Ever Mr. IC Sir !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm
zopa:

gruntled wishes, irwin
  6:01pm
Listener Robert:

Yay!
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