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by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 11 PM on 12·4·2012

[From 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday]

Thanks to guitarist Randy McStine and co-producer Dave Kerzner for the chat about “Chalk Lines,” the new Lo-Fi Resistance album. Only wish we could have fit more music. Here’s what we played:

“Embrace”
“Limelight” – Sonic Elements (Rush cover with Randy on vocals)
“The Silent War”
“Fall”
“Fading Pictures”

They’ll host a CD release listening party from 7-9 p.m. Friday at the Bundy Museum in Binghamton as part of First Friday, where folks can hear the whole album and ask questions and see behind-the-scenes videos. Find out more at www.lofiresistance.com.

Next Tuesday, I’ll host Tijuana Danger Dogs to talk about their new EP.

by Alex Fiato from Blues before Midnight at 10:04 PM on 12·4·2012

Moondog House (theme)- Gandalf Murphy and The Slambovian Cirus of Dreams
Daahoud- Emily Remler
Learnin’ the Blues- Frank Sinatra
Johnny Ace is Dead- Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women
Caldonia Boogie- Louis Jordan
Reconversion Blues- Louis Jordan
Jack you dead- Louis Jordan
Corrine Corrina- Big Joe Turner
I cried last night- Junior Kimbrough
Work me- The Black Keys
Please don’t dog me- Magic Slim
Jumper on the line- R.L. Burnside
Miss Maybelle- R.L. Burnside
Parchman Farm- Mose Allison
Hurricane Betsy- Lightnin’ Hopkins
Forty Days and Forty Nights- Muddy Waters
Imagine my frustration- Ella Fitzgerald
Careless Love- Dr. John
Outside women blues- Cream
I ain’t got nothin’ but the blues- Lou Rawls
I am the blues- Jimmy Rogers, Big Bill Hickey and Hubert Sumlin

by Doc Sonic from Sonic Research Labs at 10 PM on 12·4·2012

What is Chromesthesia?

According to Bookfinder.com, what it the most sought after out of print book for 2011 and 2012?

Which came first Coca Cola or Dr. Pepper?

There is a single person who has the world’s fastest at home internet connection at 40Gbps, who is it and where are they located?

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 9:26 PM on 12·4·2012

CHRIS PLAYED BY CHARLES BERMAN

1. Name someone who has been a professional entertainer and a politician.
2. Name someone whose portrait has been on US money.
BONUS: Who was the first real person on a coin?
3. When you see LLC or Ltd at the end of the name of a company, what does that mean?
4. Name a famous deaf person.
5. What is Batman’s superpower?
6. Why do some forks and spoons have “PLATE” stamped on them?
7. What did the recent product “Bic for Her” consist of?
8. A person is considered to be stateless when what?
9. In the last few years, Russia and Georgia were involved in a war. What was it over?
10. What is a time signature?
BONUS: How is it used in the opening titles of Doctor Who?
11. Name a labour law in effect in New York State.
12. Before it gained its independence, Bangladesh was a part of what other country?
13. What disease can cause extreme snoring?
14. What chain restaurant with a big yellow sign in front is virtually ubiquitous in Virginia but nowhere to be found in these parts?
15. Why was Yasser Arafat’s dead body recently dug up out of the ground?
16. What US states used to be independent countries?
17. What is an infinite improbability drive?
18. Where does liquorice flavour come from?
19. What is the main ingredient in black pudding?
20. What product is marketed as chocolate but contains no chocolate?
21. What is the sentence “ Colorless green ideas sleep furiously” frequently used to demonstrate?
BONUS: What are the origins of the phrases, “My hovercraft is full of eels!” and “Heavens! The postillion has been struck by lightning!”
BONUS BONUS: For that matter, what is a postillion?
22. What is one zillion divided by two?
23. Many people over the years have been known to demonstrate “The Hat Trick.” What is it?
24. What is both a part of the body and a kind of building?
25. Where did the website Yahoo! get its name from?
26. What is the Indian Rope Trick?
27. Name something only one of us has read/heard/seen.
28. Heads or tails.
29. You can still sing a national anthem.
30. What is something on the WHRW test that the apprentcies should know?

REDBEARD

What is Milquetoast?

What is advent?

How do you roast chesnuts?

What is the name of the tallest tree on
What are the Coordinates of Binghamton NY?

What was the first home video game console?

What weapon does Brain Campbell’s character attatch to his arm in Evil Dead 2

What happens when you cross a corgi with another dog?

What is Entropy?

What dose “Ubi verba deficere, musica loqutur” mean in latin?

EDGAR ALLEN
1. What did Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak sell to fund Apple?

2. Who was the top advertising icon of the twentieth century?

3. How many sleep disorders are there?

4. What common slang word did Shakespeare first coin?

5. What made the novel “Gadsby” different?

6. Which part of the body receives no blood?

7. How much energy does the brain generate?

8. When does the heart of a newborn start beating?

9. What controversial product did Starbucks recently release?

10. What are the only countries where Coca-Cola and PepsiCo products aren’t sold?

THE RED HAIRRING

1. Name one of the top ten longest running broadway shows.

2. What’s the name of the Phantom of the Opera?

3. Who is the only actor who played all three major men in Christine Daae’s life?

4. Name all the people with AIDS in the show Rent?

5. How many times in the song “Beat of my Heart” by Hilary Duff is the phrase “Beat of

my Heart” repeated?

6. How does Creature From the Black Lagoon: The Musical end?

7. Name one of the ways the women who sing the “Cell Block Tango,” murder their

husbands.

8. Tell us the story line of any of the Haunted Mansion rides in any of Disney’s theme

parks.

9. In the Broadway show “A Chorus Line,” does Cassie get the job?

10. What was the first musical to win a Pultizer in the twenty-first century?

SQUIRE MICKEY’S SHITAKE:
1. Each year, Americans eat enough popcorn to fill up how many Empire State Buildings?
2. What are the only 3 words to start with DW in the English language?
3. Instead of freezing Vaccines for transport, what are distributors now turning to, to keep microbes cool and alive?
4. What’s the best way to debut an art gallery of underwater shipwrecks?
5. What is an Identity Parade?
6. How many poles, officially, does the earth have?
7. What do you do with a dead scientist?
8. What was so fascinating about how Bob Hoover poured his Iced Tea?
9. Describe a Woodpecker tongue.
10. What’s a Klaxon?
11. Neil DeGrass Tyson appeared in an Action Comic with Superman doing what?
12. How long is the perfect job interview?
13. What does Kluge mean?
14. What is a Petard?
15. What are desire lines?
16. Weird Al Yankovic has a degree in what?
16. Awesome prank.
17. What is a gravitational lens?

ALANA WATTS

1. Other than WHRW name any college radio station in New York?

2. Name a member of the first SNL cast.

3. What is the name for the sudden realization that the random people you meet each have a complex life of their own?

4. Name one of the top three most dangerous drugs according to UK scientists?

5. Give us your best scat.

by Valentine from Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice at 2:31 PM on 12·4·2012

Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
Wouldn’t It Be Nice – The Beach Boys
Big Girls Don’t Cry – Frankie Valley and The Four Seasons
Two Lovers – Mary Wells
Ain’t That A Kick In The Head – Dean Martin
Man of a Thousand Dances – Wilson Picket
Catch Us If You Can – Dave Clark Five
Where Did Our Love Go? – Diana Ross & The Supremes
What a Difference a Day Makes – Dinah Washington
Hairspray – Rachel Sweet

——Interview with Anne Brady—-

Shake a Tailfeather – The Five Du-Tones
Moon River – Henry Mancini
Be My Baby – The Ronettes
Surfin’ Safari – The Beach Boys
My Boyfriend’s Back – The Angels
Mess Around – Ray Charles
You’re 16 – Johnny Burnette
Louie Louie – The Kingsmen
Twist And Shout – The Beatles
Son Of A Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield
Twisting The Night Away – Sam Cook
Danka Shane – Wayne Newton
Spanish Harlem – Benny King
Sugar Town – Nancy Sinatra
Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows – Lesley Gore
Runaround Sue – Dion And The Belmont

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:57 AM on 12·4·2012

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Harvey Danger: Save it for Later (200 Cigarettes Movie Soundtrack)
2. Gentlemen Hall: Gravity Will Break Our Bones (When We All Disappear)
3. The Runaways: Cherry Bomb (New Wave)
4. Beatles: And I Love Her (A Hard Day’s Night)
5. Jimmy Cliff: Ruby Soho (Rebirth)
6. Led Zeppelin: Going to California (Untitled / IV)
7. Kazyak: Disposition (See the Forest, See the Trees)
8. Little Green Cars: The John Wayne (Glassnote)
9. Neil Young and Crazy Horse: Powderfinger (Rust Never Sleeps)
10. Steely Dan: Do It Again (Can’t Buy a Thrill)
11. Nous Non Plus: Wanderlust (Au Bout de le Terre) (Le Sexe et le Politique)
12. Foo Fighters: Down in the Park (Songs in the Key of X)
13. Rolling Stones: Stray Cat Blues (Beggar’s Banquet)
14. The Noblemen Society: Poison (Veritatas Occultae: Volume I: Truth)
15. Sex Life: Soul Damage (PDX Pop Now 2012)
16. Talking Heads: Love Goes to a Building on Fire (Attack of the Killer B’s, Volume I)
17. Bonnie Raitt: Ain’t Gonna Let You Go (Slipstream)
18. Flaming Groovies: Keep a Knockin’ (Flamingo)
19. Kansas: Belexes (Proto-KAW: The Early Recordings of Kansas)
20. Fathom Lane: Wandering Star (Down By Half)
21. The Move: Do Ya (Splint Ends)
22. Turnpike Glow: No More Dancing (Inflatable Optimism)
23. Grizzly Bear: Sleeping Ute (Shields)
24. Social Studies: Western Addition (Developer)
25. Elvis Costello: Psycho (From Hell to Obscurity)
26. Nanette Workman: Tell Somebody (Just Gettin’ Started)
27. The Weeks: Stigmata (Gutter Gaunt Gangster)
28. Zac Brown Band: Overnight (Uncaged)

by DJ Red XIII from The Black Mass (Spring '13) at 12:54 AM on 12·4·2012

DJ ///
“Waves” – Mount Eerie
“Removed Forms” – Ash Borer
“Shout On, Children” – Mamaleek
“Excerpt From Paris Spleen” – Bosse-de-Nage
“Heavy As A Church Tower” – False
“Black Soot and Red Blood” – Panopticon
“Language Games” – Deafheaven

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