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by Brian McKinley from Mick's Tape Show at 12:49 PM on 9·2·2015

The Rolling Stones – Dandelion (one o’clock)
Guided by Voices – Closer You Are (7am)
Devo – Working in a Coal Mine (5 in the morning)
Yo La Tengo – One PM Again
10,000 Maniacs – Like the Weather (noon)
Wilson Picket – In the Midnight Hour)

OMD – Enola Gay (It’s 8:15, and that’s the time it’s always been)
The Who – 5:15
Sheryl Crow – My Favorite Mistake (6am)
Al Green – Love & Happiness (3 o’clock in the morning)
The Roots – Lazy Saturday (12:20, 3:37)
Everything But the Girl – Hatfield 1980 (suburbia, 1am…)

Joan Jett – I Hate Myself for Loving You (A quarter to two)
Prince – I could never take the place of your man (10:35 on a lonely Friday night)
The New Radicals – You Get What You Give (4am)** **
Chuck Berry – Reelin & Rockin (9:32, 10:29)
Willie Nelson – 10 and a 2 (10am)
Flight of the Conchords – Most Beautiful Girl (in the room) (12:02)
Dolly Parton – 9 to 5

PJ Harvey – You Said Something (one in the morning)
School of Fish – Deep End (3am)
Squeeze – Up the Junction (4:50)
Big Audio Dynamite II – The Globe (Bless You) (1am, let’s go out to a rave)
Josh Rouse – Well Respected Man
Fiery Furnaces – Norwegian Wood (2 in the morning)

Chicago – 25 or 6 to 4 (duh)
Veruca Salt – Earthcrosser (2am)
The Bangles – Manic Monday (6am)
Uncle Tupelo – Punch Drunk (9 to 5)
The Beatles – One After 909
The Vogues – 5 o’clock world
Lovin Spoonful – 6 o’clock
Thin Lizzy – Dancin in the Moonlight

Gladys Knight & the Pips – Midnight Train to Georgia
Otis Redding – Cigarettes & Coffee (a quarter to three)
John Lee Hooker – One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer (the clock on the wall says three o’clock)
Sleater-Kinney – A Quarter to Three
Jane’s Addiction – Jane Says (8:00)

The Godfathers – Birth, School, Work, Death
Weezer – The Good Life
The Rolling Stones – Miss Amanda Jones
Stone Temple Pilots – Days of the Week
Bob Dylan – Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat

Beastie Boys – Twenty Questions (MCA with Miho Hatori)
Big Star – Thank you, friends

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 8:29 PM on 9·1·2015

Chris Played by Charles Berman

1. What is the difference between an argonaut and an astronaut.

2. Roll your R.

3. What is Dianetics?

4. What does a lie detector measure?

5. What is a cyclorama?

6. What was Babe Ruth’s first name?

7. What are pogs?

- How does one use them?

8. What is an instamatic?

- What is a telegram?

9. What is the Nebula Award given for?

10. What is both a game and a kind of pie/

11. Name a pseudoscience.

12. What was the monkey gland craze?

13. What is the difference between seltzer water and tonic water?

14. What is the Wayback Machine?

15. What does GPS stand for?

16. What is Watervliet?

17. Give the first line of any Shakespeare play.

18. Who is Tony Clifton?

19. Arthur Stanley Jefferson and Norville Hardy were better known as what?

20. Who should be Kanye West’s running mate. Defend your choice.

21. How did Rich David get so rich?
22. Name something only one of us has read/heard/seen.
23. Why should you win?
24. Heads or tails?
25. Name a song that becomes disturbing when you actually listen to the lyrics

Twitch the Intern

1. Who recently announced that he will return in 2016 for his last season as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ broadcaster?

2. The largest shared border on Earth exists between which two countries?

3. Who ‘discovered’ penicillin?

4. What is the origin of the word ‘grenade’ (hand grenade)?

5. Which singer has already announced his plan to run for President in 2020?

6. Who was named Major League Baseball’s first ‘Rookie of the Year’?

7. President Obama has announced that he will sign a bill officially re-naming Mt. McKinley. What will be the new name for North America’s highest peak?

8. New Mexico has an official state question: “Red or Green?” To what does this question refer?

9. Who is the only non-president (a specific person) to be featured on TWO pieces of US currency? What were they?

10. What was Sylvester’s (Looney Tunes) original name? What was Tom’s (Tom and Jerry) original name?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What is the singular form of Spaghetti?

What does the pasta name “Vermicelli” mean?

How many bones are there in the human body?

Actor Daniel Day Lewis once quit acting to do what for a living instead?

Janis Joplin was a student at the University Of Texas in Austin. What did her fellow students vote her to be?

Is This A Band?

Serious Bakery Jamboree

Melt Banana

Grim Factory

Temporary Trendy Desire

Skilled Anarchy

Barnyard Federation

by MADMANMARK from Completely Deranged at 1:01 PM on 9·1·2015

I will be on until 10 pm.
download The Signal show to catch the rest of mine and also always download Fly By night to get my first hour during my long shows since it is set up for a 3 hour show and Doc only does 2

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:54 AM on 9·1·2015

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Nightowls: Nobody But You (Fame Sessions)
2. Eddie Taylor, Jr.: I’m a King Bee (Stop Breaking Down)
3. The Third Bardo: I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time (Ah Feel Like Acid)
4. Young Fresh Fellows: Black Betty (20 Explosive Dynamic Super Smash Hit Explosions)
5. The Lovepushers: Radio Girl (Hanging Out at Midnight)
6. Black Flag: Louie Louie (Posh Hits Vol. 1)
7. Soda Shop: Round and Round (Soda Shop)
8. Potty Mouth: Cherry Picking (Potty Mouth EP)
9. Monks of Mellonwah: Even When it Burns (Disconnect)
10. UK Subs: Stranglehold (Burning Ambition: A History of British Punk)
11. Rancid: Dominoes Fall (Let the Dominoes Fall)
12. Ben Rogers: Wild Roses (Bloodred Yonder)
13. Worriers: Parts (Imaginary Life)
14. Buddy Holly: Rave On (Mojo Presents: Roots of Fleetwood Mac)
15. Destroyer: Hell (Poison Season)
16. The Mountain Goats: The Legend of Chavo Guerrero (Beat the Champ)
17. Dan Bern: Merle, Hank and Woody (Hoody)
18. Warren Haynes: Beat Down the Dust (Ashes and Dust)
19. Kickback: Headhunter (Sorry All Over the Place)
20. Franklin Gotham: Still Beating Heart (Something You Remember)
21. The Balloon Farm: A Question of Temperature (Ah Feel Like Acid)
22. The Good Life: The Troubadour’s Green Room (Everybody’s Coming Down)
23. Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats: I Need Never Get Old (Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats)
24. Kingston Trio: Greenback Dollar (Mojo Presents: The Roots of Fleetwood Mac)
25. The Toasters: Shocker (N.Y. Beat!)
26. Lee Fields and the Explorers: I’m the Man (Grazing in the Trash Volume 1)
27. Enigmatic Foe: Building Houses (Daughters and Daggers)
28. Spies Who Surf: Hocus Pocus (20 Explosive Dynamic Super Smash Hit Explosions)
29. Firewater: Green Light (Ponzi Scheme)
30. The Bohicas: Where You At (The Making Of)
31. The Police: Be My Girl Sally (Outlandos d’Amour)
32. The Meat Puppets: I Just Wanna Make Love to You (The Blasting Concept Volume 2)
33. Sarah McQuaid: The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Walking Into White)

by Archer from A Brief History of Time Signature at 6:05 PM on 8·30·2015

With everyone returning to school, I figured this old thing should get a reboot.

Radio Gaga – Queen

Long Cool Woman In a Black Dress – The Hollies
Pink Houses – John Mellencamp
Jet – Wings
Livin’ On The Edge – Aerosmith

Rocket Man – Elton John

Turn Up The Radio – Autograph
Cum On Feel The Noize – Quiet Riot
Runnin’ Down A Dream – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Give Me All Your Lovin’ – ZZ Top

Ramblin’ Man – The Allman Brothers Band
Jumping Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
That’s The Way The World Goes Round – John Prine (Request)
Captain Jack – Billy Joel
Bell Boy – The Who

Gimme Three Steps – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
It’s A Long Way To The Top – AC/DC

Bat Out Of Hell – Meat Loaf

by Ferdinand Montalvo from Dimenciones at 10:03 PM on 8·29·2015


Edwin Bonilla
Back To Basics (2015):
“Subway Blues For Rigo”

Ray Barretto & New World Spirit
Taboo (1994):
“Cancion De’l Yunque(Song for the Rain Forest)”

Ray Barretto
Anthology (2012):

Fania All Stars
Live At The Cheetah (2001):
“Introduction Theme”
“Descarga Fania” v. Adalberto Santiago
“Ahora Vengo Yo” v. Bobby Cruz
Punte Duro”
“Macho Cimarron” v. Pete Conde Rodriguez

El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico
Juntos De Nuevo (1994):
“Julia” v. Andy Montañez

Ismael Miranda
Signature Fania_Hard Salsa (2000):
“La Cosa No Es Como Antes”

Bobby Valentin
Fania Super Hits (1972):
“Soy Boricua” v. Marvin Santiago

Fania All Stars
Live At Yankee Stadium (1975):
“Echate Pa’lla” V.Justo Betancourt

Fania All Stars
Live (1978):
“Cucala” v. Ismael Rivera & Celia Cruz

Fania All Stars
Power House”
“Chanchullo” w/Israel Lopez Cachao
“Bamboleo” v. Celia Cruz

Eddie Palmieri
Constelacion De Estrellas_Fania Platino Vol.3 (1997):
“Palo De Mango” v. Ismael Quintana

Pete Rodriguez
I Like It Like That (2006):
“I Like It Like That”

Joe Cuba Sextette
Joe Cuba Sextett con Cheo Feliciano (1962):
“Salsa Y Bembe”

El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico
En Las Vegas (1978):
“Para Ti Oyente” v.Charlie Aponte

Mario Ortiz Jr. All Star Band
50 Aniversario (2014):
“Negra Quiereme” v. Alain Garcia

Cita Rodriguez
En Un Homenaje a Graciela Perez (2015):
“La Botanica”

Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco, Pete Conde Rodriguez
Celia, Johnny, and Pete (1980):
“Distintos Caminos”

Edwin Bonilla
Back To Basics (2015):
“Cuba Y Puerto Rico” v. Roberto Blades

Palo Live (2014):

Willie Colon & Mon Rivera
There Goes The Neighborhood_Se Chavo El Vecindario (1975):

El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico
Unity (1980):
“Panquelero” v. Jerry Rivas

Fania All Stars
Perfect Blend (1986):
“Juan Pachanga” v. Ruben Blades

by Twitch the Intern from The Chaotic Life of Dogs at 5:03 PM on 8·29·2015

There were only pills to remind him that today is Saturday.
In eighteen hours he will take Sunday’s pills…
He screamed, but there was no one there to hear him.

1. Back in the Saddle Again—Gene Autrey
2. Rebel Rebel—David Bowie
3. Best of My Love—The Emotions
4. Folsom Prison Blues (live)—Johnny Cash
5. Old Days—Chicago
6. Ready, Steady, Go—Meices
7. Good Times Roll—The Cars
8. Don’t Be Cruel—Elvis Presley
—————Cover to Cover————————
9. Me and Bobby McGee—Roger Miller
10. Me and Bobby McGee—Janis Joplin
11. Cover of the Rolling Stone—Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
12. The Times They Are a-Changin’—Bob Dylan
13. Out of Synch—Devo
14. Watching the Detectives—Elvis Costello & the Attractions
15. On a Carousel—The Hollies
16. Danger! High Voltage—Electric Six
17. Any Way You Want It—Journey
18. Kentucky Woman—Neil Diamond
19. Pepper—Butthole Surfers
20. Learning to Fly—Pink Floyd
21. Flower Man—Tonic
22. For What It’s Worth—Buffalo Springfield
23. Harvest of the Moon—Steeleye Span
24. Dream—Roy Orbison
————Guess the Theme Contest————-
{Clues in CAPS}
25. Get Out of My Dreams, Get Into My Car—Billy OCEAN
26. Seventh Son—Johnny RIVERS
27. Against the Grain—Garth BROOKS
28. SEA of Love—Phil Phillips & the Twilights
{Theme Answer: “BODIES OF WATER”}
29. Johnny Hit and Run Pauline—X
30. New World Man—Rush
31. Love Me Tonight—Tom Jones
32. 16 Horses—Soul Coughing
33. All I Ever Need is You—Sonny & Cher
34. War—Edwin Starr
35. Just a Little—The Beau Brummels
36. Have You Seen Her—The Chi-Lites
37. Looking in the Eyes of Love—Alison Kraus & Union Station
38. Brother Louie—Stories
39. Lonesome 7-7203—Hawkshaw Hawkins
40. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (live)—AC/DC
41. Rain in the Summertime—The Alarm
42. Middle of the Road—Pretenders
43. More Than She Knows—Spin Doctors
44. Uneasy Rider—Charlie Daniels Band
45. Rock & Roll Music—Chuck Berry
46. Salt Lane Shuffle—Clue J & His Blues Blasters
47. Chapel of Love—The Dixie-Cups
48. Metro Polka—The Pinetoppers (feat. the Beaver Valley Sweethearts)

by Brian McKinley from Mick's Tape Show at 12:47 PM on 8·26·2015

Curtis Mayfield – People Get Ready
Tom Waits – Chicago
Liz Phair – Stratford on Guy
Steely Dan – Your Gold Teeth
Andrew Bird – A Nervous Tic Motion of the Head to the Left
Andrew Bird – Pulaski at Night

Robert Johnson – Sweet Home Chicago
Bob Dylan – Death of Emmett Till
Led Zeppelin – When the Levee Broke
John Legend and Common – Glory

Spoon – Chicago at Night
Material Issue – Valerie Loves Me
Soul Coughing – Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago
Eleventh Dream Day – Vanishing Point
Veruca Salt – Volcano Girls

Neko Case – Alone and Forsaken
Pops Staples – Hope in a Hopeless World
Mavis Staples – This Little Light
Wilco, Mavis & Nick Lowe – The Weight
Jason Isbell – Chicago Promenade
M. Ward – Carolina

Muddy Waters – Muddy Jumps One
Howlin Wolf – Rockin Daddy
Muddy Waters – Rollin Stone (Alternate Take)
The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago
The Andrews Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Paper Lace – The Night Chicago Died
Chicago – Make Me Smile
Frank Sinatra – My Kind of Town
Sufjan Stevens – Chicago
Wilco – via Chicago

Smashing Pumpkins – Tonight, Tonight
Ryan Adams – Dear Chicago
The Hold Steady – Chicago Seemed Tired Last Night
Jason Aldean – Asphalt Cowboy
Kanye West – All Falls Down

Urge Overkill – The Break
Eddie Vedder – Hard Sun
Freddy Cole – South Side of Chicago
Muddy Waters – 13 Highway

Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run

by Brian McKinley from Mick's Tape Show at 9:51 AM on 8·26·2015

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the release of the LP Born to Run, WHRW presents Born to Run in its entirety. Enjoy!

Bruce Keynote Address at SXSW 2012

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 12:01 AM on 8·26·2015

Great to chat with Robert Smith? (editor) and Arnold T. Blumberg (publisher) about “Outside In 2,” a new anthology of essays about every episode of the new “Doctor Who” series since it restarted in 2005. (Full disclosure: I am among one of the 125 contributors.)

If you want to know more about “Outside In 2” (and the first volume, “Outside In,” about the original “Doctor Who” series), you can go online to There’s even a way to get both volumes in one, with proceeds going to an AIDS charity.

From there, we shared some tracks from the debut Karma Frog release, “On the Go With Summer Children” by Summer Children.
(The man behind Karma Frog? Friend of the show Adam Marsland.)
Summer Children – “Poor Natalie” (On the Go With Summer Children)
Summer Children – “Mighty Fast Car” (On the Go With Summer Children)
Summer Children – “San Francisco Blue” (On the Go With Summer Children)
Summer Children – “Summer Children” (On the Go With Summer Children)

After that, the selections were random but cool.
Buzz Cason – “Don’t Worry, Mama” (Record Machine)
Buzz Cason – “Woe Is Me” (Record Machine)
Hey Mavis – “What I Am Without You” (What I Did)
Tom Chapin – “Myra Jean” (70)
Adam Michael Rothberg – “Central Square” (Soul of a Man)
Katie Dahl – “Snakes” (Ordinary Band)
John Malcolm Penn – “Pony Express” (L.A. Blues)
Jonathan Edwards – “Ain’t Got Time” (Tomorrow’s Child)
The Bellamy Brothers – “Dinosaur Wine” (40 Years: The Album)
The Bellamy Brothers – “Get Into Reggae, Cowboy” (40 Years: The Album)
Cliff Eberhardt – “Let This Whole Thing Burn” (The High Above and the Down Below)
Cliff Eberhardt – “The Devil in Me” (12 Songs of Good and Evil)
Louise Mosrie – “Singing My Heart Out” (Lay It Down)
Louise Mosrie – “Lay It Down” (Lay It Down)
Ellis – “Blackbird” (Wherever You Are)
Sally Morgan – “This Buzzing Sound” (Wandering Through Walls)
Syvie Lewis – “Ballad of Honeymouth” (It’s All True)
The Mammals – “Follow Me to Carthage” (Departure)
Dala – “Lennon and McCartney” (Best Day)
Heather Pierson – “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out” (Motherless Child)
k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang – “I Confess” (Sing It Loud)
Zarni – “Fireworks into Dust” (Honest Company)
Space – “Strange World” (single)

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