Tuesday, November 29, 2011

SHUFFLE FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 21 - 25, 2011

NOVEMBER  21, 2011  (1895)
1. Tim Hutt - lottery song
2. Todd Rundgren - I saw the light
3. Beatles - you won't see me (stereo)
4. Imperial Teen - Ivanka



5. Jerry Lee Lewis - breakup
6. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - slide rule
7. The Replacements - sixteen blue
8. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band - because the night
9. Deep Dark Woods - west side street
10. Tim Hutt - lottery song
11. Rolling Stones -shattered
12. Kelley Stoltz - the sun comes through



13. Yacht - utopia
14. The Roughnecks - your'e driving me insane
15. Chain and The Gang - not good enough
16. The Band - the night they drove old Dixie down
17. Hallelujah The Hills - wave backwards at Massachussetes
18. The Monkees - going down
19. Yo La Tengo - my little corner of the world

NOVEMBER 22, 2011  (1896) Eric Steinmetz Day Sponsor for Larry Enright
1. Talking Heads - book I read
2. LCD Soundsystem - all my friends
3. Dom - bochicha
4. The Guess Who - no sugar tonight/new mother nature
5. Gram Parsons - 1000 dollar wedding
6. Paul Westerberg - don't want never
7. Rolling Stones - happy
8. Bauhaus - telegram Sam
9. The Fall - no bulbs three
10. The Damned - new rose
11. Neil Diamond - sweet Caroline
12. Deertick - something to brag about
13. Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash - it ain't me babe
14. The Band - when I paint my masterpiece
15. Wilco - dawned on me
16. Cheap Trick - come on come on
17. Guided By Voices - teenage F.B.I.



NOVEMBER 23, 2011 (1897)
1. Rolling Stones - respectable
2. Dondero A-Capella Choir and Pop Concert Instuments - journey to the cnter of your mind
3. Tom Waits - bad as me
4. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - New Jersey Turnpike
5. Nina Simone - I hold no grudge
6. Cashes River - tracks
7. Nico - heroes
8. Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - black ice cream
9. The Who - the kids are allright
10. Revernd Cletus - salt popcorn
11. Average White Band - pick up the pieces
12. Doris - beat maker
13. Aretha Franklin - Nicki Hokey
14. The Prepositions - something different
15. Brat - easy heaven
16. The Clash - clash city rocker
17. Joe Strummer and The Mescaleroes - arms aloft
18. Richard Harris - McArthur Park



NOVEMBER 24, 2011 (1898) Thanksgiving

archival footage of Shuffle Function -

parts one and two of our interview with the "Mystery Band" Haze

NOVEMBER 25, 2011  (1899) R.I.P. Nick Drake


1. Elvis Presley - Santa Claus is back in town
2. Led Zeppelin - in the evening
3. Black Lips - family tree
4. Asteroid No. 4 - got nowhere to go
5. Nick Drake - Northern Sky
6. Eric Burdon and War - tobacco road



7. B.J. Snowden - he's the Santa I want
8. Rolling Stones - you can't always get what you wanted
9. Nick Drake - poor boy
10. Stereolab - infinity girl
11. Vivian Girls - I heard you say
12. Sonic Youth - silver rocket
13. Nick Drake - time has told me
14. Serge Gainsbourg - requeim por un con
15. Suicide - ghost rider
16. The Kinks - Father Christmas
17. The Howlies - stunned
18. Snake And Jets Amazing Bullit Band - 10 cities beyond
19. Wild Flag - endless talk
20. Elvis Costello and The Attractions - angels want to wear my red shoes
21. Nick Drake - Saturday sun

SHUFFLE FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 14 - 18, 2011

NOVEMBER 14, 2011  (1890)
1. Thurston Moore - circulation
2. Arcade Fire - no cargo
3. Flaming Lips - yeah yeah yeah song
4. Dondero A-Capella Choir and Pop Concert Instruments - living thing
5. Beatles - I want you (she's so heavy) (stereo)
6. Siouxsie and The Banshees - dear Prudence
7. R.E.M. - I believe
8. Dum Dum Girls - coming down
9. Bonnie 'Prince" Billy - black ice cream
10. Booker T Jones w/Jim James - progress
11. Buffalo Tom - she's not your thing
12. Bjork - Isobel
13. Blur - boys and girls
14. Wilco - I might



15. John Doe - never enough



16. Bingo Gazingo - rock the rock

NOVEMBER 15, 2011  (1891)
1. Wayne - deep bosom woman
2. TNT - 99th floor
3. Iggy Pop - night clubbing
4. Singing Boys and Their Novelty Orchestra - keeping me awake
5. Ursula 1,000 - stinger
6. The Who - don't get fooled again
7. Johnny Cash - Deliah's gone
8. Jimi Hendrix - electric church/redhouse
9. Soft Boys - have a heart Betty, I'm not fireproof
10. The Organites - hot funky and sweaty
11. David Bowie - look back in anger
12. Jimmy Lee Robinson - twist it baby
13. Pixies - where is my mnd?



14. Velvet Underground - sweet Jane
15. Brave New World - train kept a rollin'
16. The Big Blast - noise
17. Rolling Stones - I want to be your man

NOVEMBER 16, 2011  (1892)
1. The Band - loving you is sweeter than ever
2. Ryan Adams - ashes and fire
3. Walkmen - woe is me
4. Ski Lodge - a game
5. Eux Autres - under rays
6. Bill Callahan - one fine morning



7. Low - try to sleep



8. Children Of Sunshine - college school
9. Children Of Sunshine - tuffy
10. Tom Waits - raised right man
11. Hold Steady - party pit
12. Frank Black - headache
13. Deerhoof - Buck and Judy
14. David Byrne - social studies
15. Raconteurs - hold up
16. Beastie Boys - intergalactic
17. Hail Mary Mallon - breakdance beach

NOVEMBER 17, 2011  (1893) Bob Rosell Family Day Sponsor
1. Wilco - whole love
2. Fleet Foxes - Montezuma
3. Francois Hardy - l'eta del amore
4. Velvet Underground - the ocean
5. Tom Waits - get lost
6. Traffic - uninspired
7. Black Church Service - I knew a girl
8. Yo La Tengo - big day coming



9. Mas Band - eggroll
10. Bob Dylan -jokerman
11. Johnny Ray - the little white cloud that cried
12. Rafael Sadiq - daydreams
13. Ben Harper and The Blind Boys of Alabama - well well well
14. Led Zeppelin - since I've been loving you
15. Eleanor Friedberger - Roosevelt Island
16. Memory House - sleep patterns
17. David Lynch w/Karen O. - Pinky's dream
18. Bob Dylan - shooting star

NOVEMBER 18, 2011  (1894)
1. They Might Be Giants - pet name
2. Vivian Girls - I heard you say
3. Charlie Rich - who will the next fool be?
4. Blanket Music - cats corps
5. Stereolab - pain et spectacles
6. Velvet Underground - pale blue eyes
7. Gorillaz - people
8. Shuggie Otis - inspiration information
9. Claudine Longet - God only knows
10. Natacha Atlas - riverman
11. Velvet Underground - ride into the sun
12. Belle and Sebastian - song for sunshine
13. Nillson - ambush

Friday, November 25, 2011

MAKE YOUR FAVORITE LEGENDARY COWBOY HAPPY


It's that time of year folks - CARD SHOWER TIME. Every holiday season we ask our listeners to include The Legendary Stardust Cowboy on your Christmas Card list. The Ledge doesn't have any family nearby and spends his holidays alone. We want to make sure that he is busy all day long reading cards and letters from his fans. Please make a cowboy happy and send him your season's greetings to the following address:


Norman Carl Odam
Legendary Stardust Cowboy
P.O. Box 730742
San Jose, Ca.
95173


If you are feeling adventurous, include a self addressed envelope with your card. We can't promise that you'll get a reply, but you never know! Maybe bring your card in to work and have all of your co-workers sign it too. Or bring a card to your next party and have everyone sign it. The more the better folks and thank you Radio Heroes!


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

REMINDER: ADAM WEST RULES!

WHERE CAN YOU GET THE NEW LEDGE ALBUM?


It is appearing that U.S. distribution for the new Legendary Stardust Cowboy anthology is pretty much non-existent.  I had an order cancelled, Shelley's is delayed, and even The Ledge himself said it will be bumped until the first quarter of NEXT YEAR.  Not cool.

However...

In a fit of frustration, I went to cherryred.co.uk, which is the website for The Ledge's UK label.  Lo and behold, IT IS AVAILABLE THERE!  Now, the pound to dollar exchange rate is outrageous, and it is international shipping, but I just got an e-mail saying my order shipped.  So... if you cannot wait (as I clearly could not) then this may be your best bet for now.  It would probably also help The Ledge out if you ordered it directly from the label, so they can see the response immediately.

Monday, November 14, 2011

SHUFFLE FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 7 - 11, 2011

NOVEMBER 7, 2011  (1885)
1. The Who - the seeker
2. Tom Waits - get lost
3. Elvis Presley - mystery train
4. Atlas Sounds - amplifiers
5. Regina Spektor - carbon monoxide
6. Bo Diddley, Little Walter and Muddy Waters - I just want to make love to you
7. Velvet Undeground - Stephanie says
8. The Clash - the card cheat
9. Alamo Race Track - shake off the leaves
10. X - the world's a mess/it's in my kiss
11. Bob Dylan - most likely you'll go your way and I'll go mine
12. Deep Dark Woods - west side street
13. Tom Waits - face to the highway
14. The Beets - you don't want kids to be dead
15. Flamin' Groovies - slow death
16. Rush - spirit of the radio
17. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - in this home on ice
18. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - ketamine and ecstasy

NOVEMBER 8, 2011  (1886)
1. Nina Simone - ain't got no/I got life (Groovefinder remix)
2. Ski Lodge - a game
3. Apples In Stereo - go
4. Girls - honey bunny
5. David Lynch - these are my friends
6. Half Japanese - on the one hand
7. Guitar Wolf - roaring blood
8. Cults - go outside
9. Grace Basement - there he goes
10. Holiday - prostitutes in town
11. Go Team w/Satomi Matsuzaki - secretary song
12. Komeda - it's allright baby
13. Deetick - main street
14. Paul Westerberg - dyslexic heart
15. Shins - pressed in a book
16. Shins - pressed in a book

NOVEMBER 9, 2011  (1887) PAUL IS DEAD - LONG LIVE WILLIAM CAMPBELL


1. Beatles - let it be (stereo)
2. WABC Radio announcement
3. Beatles - strawberry fields forever (mono)
4. Beatles - helter skelter (mono)
5. Terry Knight - St. Paul
6. Beatles - I've seen a face (mono)
7. Beatles - I'm looking through you (stereo)
8. Paul McCartney - gratitude
9. Beatles - revolution #9 (mono)
10. Paul McCartney - temporary secretary
11. Beatles - glass onion (mono)

NOVEMBER 10, 2011  (1888)
1. Wire - map ref 41N 93W
2. The Greehornes - shine like the sun
3. The Monkees - what am I doing hanging round
4. Los Beets - preso voy
5. Dondero A-Capella Choir and Pop Concert Instruments - whatcha gonna do
6. Ben Folds Five - don't change your plans
7. The Bees - go where you wanna go
8. Ken Bower - I will survive
9. Gil Scott Heron - I can't reach you
10. Cat Power - cross bones style
11. Bob Dylan and The Band - orange juice blues (blues for breakfast)
12.Petra Haden - I can't reach you
13. Pixies - where is my mind
14. The Clash - safe european home
15. The Hives - walk idiot walk
16. Fleshtones - feels good to feel

NOVEMBER 11, 2011  (1889) NEIL YOUNG DAY SPONSOR


1. walk with me
2. southern man
3. helpless
4. comes a time
5. Spinal Tap - Stonehenge
6. Booker T w/Neil Young - native New Yorker
7. cinnamon girl
8. sugar mountain
9. are you passionate?
10. Buffalo Springfield - Mr. Soul
11. The Squires - aurora
12. powderfinger
13. the rent is always due
14. he was the king
15. wanderin'
16. needle and the damage done
17. ordinary people

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

ALL THE PROOF YOU NEED! WILLIAM CAMPBELL IS PAUL McCARTNEY

IF PAUL McCARTNEY WAS STILL ALIVE

WOULD HE HAVE EVER RECORDED THIS SONG!!




THIS IS ALL THE PROOF I NEED !! PAUL McCARTNEY DID DIE ON THIS DAY 45 YEARS AGO AND WAS REPLACED BY WILLIAM CAMPBELL !!

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

NOVEMBER 9TH: TURN ME ON DEAD MAN


Tomorrow morning we are going to blow your minds, faithful radio listeners.  We plan on diving deep into the intrigue and conspiracy of whether or not Paul McCartney died in a car accident November 9, 1966. 

We have been gathering clues from album covers and listening to backward messages to make (or break) the case for McCartney's death. We're both pretty skeptical people, but  this debate is both fascinating and entertaining at the same time. Perhaps my favorite bit of sleuthing on the Internet this afternoon comes from the following you tube clips. It is a documentary film from the Netherlands made in 2005, and it involves those who were at ground zero of this argument.

Part 1 of Who Buried Paul McCartney?

Part 2 of Who Buried Paul McCartney?


Part 3 of Who Buried Paul McCartney?


Tomorrow morning we plan on elaborating upon the clues found on the various album covers of The Beatles. We realize that you might not all have vinyl copies available to play along with at home, so we want to make life easy for you. Here are the album covers for you to refer to as we discuss them, beginning with Help!



Rubber Soul



Revolver



Yesterday and Today - the Butcher Cover



and amended Trunk Cover



Oldies.....but Goldies



Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band



Magical Mystery Tour Front Cover



Magical Mystery Tour Back Cover



The Beatles (White Album) and Insert





Yellow Submarine



Abbey Road Front Cover





Abbey Road Back Cover



Let It Be



There. That should help. If you want close-ups of some of the details we will be discussing , we highly recommend this web site. On the left hand side click on Album Cover Clues, and then click on the album you are interested in.

Tomorrow morning we have a lot of audio surprises in store for you, and we will DEFINITELY be playing some records backwards again! Get ready to be knocked on your McCartney loving butts!

IT WAS 45 YEARS AGO TODAY... ER, TOMORROW!

It's the 45th anniversary of the death of Paul McCartney this Wednesday, and we'll be tearing the lid off this global conspiracy all morning long on Shuffle Function. Get ready for loads of clues and backwards messages, as well as a plethora of Beatles and "Paul" music.

 To get you psyched up, here's a series of posts by iamphoney on youtube. The series is called Rotten Apple, and it presents a bunch of clues PROVING beyond the shadow of a doubt that Paul McCartney died in a car accident on November 9th, 1966, and was replaced by a look alike. GET INTO IT!

 

Sunday, November 06, 2011

SHUFFLE FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 4, 2011

OCTOBER 31, 2011  (1880) LUX INTERIOR PURPLE KNIF RADIO CRAMPS VINYL


1. The Cramps - I was a teenage werewolf
2. Side One of Lux's Purple Knif Show
3. Side Two of Lux's Purple Knif Show
4. Jacob The Bard - I will survive (the zombie apoclypse)
5. The Cramps - TV set
6. Side Three of Lux's urple Knif Show
7. The Cramps - human fly
8. Side Four of Lux's Purple Knif Show
9. Dickie Lee - Laurie (strange things happen)
10. Leslie Hall - zombie killer (Chastity Pariah remix)
11. The Symbols - do the zombie

NOVEMBER 1, 2011  (1881)
1. Hot Rats - queen bitch
2. Bill Justis - raunchy
3. Devin Davis - giant spiders
4. Bow Wow Wow - radio G string
5. LeTigre - hot topic
6. Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings - just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in
7. Morning After Girls - always mine
8. Neil Innes - how sweet to be an idiot
9. A Bit Much - (all I want is) George Harrison's wife
10. Beatles - here comes the sun (stereo)
11. Charlie Rich - who will the next fool be?
12. Brat - easy heaven
13. The Break and Repair Method - your'e numbered days
14. Ike and Tina Turner - whole lotta love
15. B.J. Snowden - he's the guy that I want

NOVEMBER 2, 2011  (1882)
REGIS AND TERESA ARE OUR PROGRAM DIRECTORS FOR THE DAY


1. Greg Brown - good morning coffee
2. City Mouse - moonlight baby
3. Johnny Cash w/Bonnie 'Prince" Billy - I see a darkness
4. Buddy and Julie Miller - gasoline and matches
5. Tom Waits - long way home
6. Rolling Stones - gimme shelter
7. John Gorka - people my age
8. Stevie Ray Vaughn - little wing
9. Buffalo Springfield - Mr. Soul
10. Becky Thompson - carryin' fire
11. Reverend Raven - the woman I love
12. Warren Zevon - Roland the headless thompson gunnr
13. Neil Young - the needle and the damage done
14. Lucinda Williams - concrete and barbed wire
15. Bob Dylan - things have changed
16. Lyle Lovett - she's no lady
17. James Taylor - bartender blues
18. Bob Dylan - farewell Angelina
19. Trampled By Turtles - codeine
20. Luden Wainwright III - white winos
21. Frank Sinatra - summer wind

NOVEMBER 3, 2011  (1883)
thanks to Patricks and The Co-op in St Peter for your generous matching garnts!!
1. Bonzo Dog Band - can blue men sing the whites?
2. Jerry Lee Lewis - great balls of fire
3. Rootboy Slim - boogoe til you puke
4. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - I walk a hot wind
5. The Fleshtones - r.i.g.h.t.s.
6. Black Diamond Heavies - fever in my blood
7. Black Joe Lewis and The Honey Bears - sugar foot
8. The Greenhornes - can't stand it
9. Creation - making time
10. Deerhoof - milkman
11. The Plugz - shifting heart
12. Brian Jonestown Massacre - oh lord
13. Sony Burgess - red headed woman
14. David Lynch - pinky's dream
15. Tom Waits - satisfied
16. Stooges - search and destroy

NOVEMBER 4, 2011  (1884) 
LAST DAY WE GET A CHANCE TO PITCH THE PLEDGE DRIVE, AND SO IT IS ALL VINYL!
1. XTC - respectable street
2. Roy Ayers - coffee is the color
3. Sammy Davis Jr. - witchita lineman
4. Lone Justice - I found love
5. U2 - one tree hill
6. The Replacements - nightclub jitters
7. Instigators - full circle
8. Horace Silver - song for my father
9. Russell Hoke - go pay the bill
10. Beach Boys - surf's up
11. Guitar Wolf - spacebattleshiplove
12. Johnny Cash - in my life
13. Beatles - papeback writer (mono)

SHUFFL FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR OCTOBER 24 - 28, 2011

OCTOBER 24, 2011  (1875)
1. The Talking Heads - psycho killer
2. Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's dead
3. Dum Dum Girls - always looking
4. The Revels - midnight stroll
5. Bob Dylan - Queen Jane approxiately
6. Grant Hart - Barbara
7. Grant Hart - your'e the reflection of the moon on the water
8. Beat Happening - other side
9. Wanda Jackson - das kommt vom gluck in der liebe
10. Judson Fountain - Halloween night
11. XTC - deliver us from teh elements
12. Beatles - helter skelter (stereo)
13. The Blind Shake - lucky day
14. John Zackerley - happy Halloween
15. The Feelies - slipping (into something)
16. Criswell - someone is walking over my grave

OCTOBER 25, 2011  (1876) RICAHARD HARRIS'S BIRTHDAY


1. Pacific Gas and Electric - stagger lee
2. Richard Harris - what a lot of flowers
3. Eddie Noack - Delores
4. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds- midnight man
5. Crystal Stilts - sycamore tree
6. Fuzztones - Jack the Ripper
7. Eddie Noack - psycho
8. Judson Fountain - my next door neighbor is a wicked witch
9. Richard Harris - slides
10. The Minders - don't you stop
11. Chicago - dialogue #2
12. Richard Harri - McArthur Park

OCTOBER 26, 2011  (1877)
1. Tracy Jordan - werewolf barmitzvah

2. Carl Perkins - blue suede shoes
3. The Cramps - surfin' dead
4. The Ghouls - graveyard shift
5. The Clash - police on my back
6. Dr. Ross - the boogie disease
7. Armed Forces Radio 1952 hoax

8. Rocky Erickson and The Aliens - bloody hammer
9. Jacob The Bard - I will Survive (the zombie apocolypse)
10. Judson fountain - the castle of Lo Sein
11. Jerry Lee Lewis - high school confidential
12. Dickie Lee - Laurie (strange things happen)
13. The Shaggs - it's Halloween
14. Joe Hill Lewis - we all gotta go sometime

OCTOBER 27, 2011  (1878)
1.  Los Sleepers - el zombie
2. The Fuzztones - D.O.A.
3. The Wierdos - e.s.p.
4. Zacherley - Happy Halloween
5. Jacob The Bard - I will survive (the zombie apocolypse)
6. Leslie Hall - zombie killer (Chastity Pariah remix)
7. Charlie Feathers - peepin' eyes
8. Bob McFaden - the mummy
9. The Shaggs - it's Halloween
10. Judson Fountain - Captain Hale
11. Embrace The Sound Radio Drammer - The Boy and His Father
12. Shuffe Function Radio Drammer - Garbage Can From Thailand
13. Roy Orbsion - cat called Domino
14. Eddie Noack - psycho
15. The Rattles - the witch
16. The Witches - demons all around

OCTOBER 28, 2011  (1879) POLKA TIL YOU PUKE!


1. Larry's Concrtina Band - springtim polka
2. Ambrose live in the studio - beer barrell polka
3. Frankie Yankovic - hey babariba
4.  Bob Master - politician polka
5. Six Fat Dutchmen - happy Bill polka
6. Ambrose and Charlie live in the studio - lapland polka


7. John Check and The Wisconsin Dutchmen - Budweiser polka
8. Concertina Capers Plus Three - coal miners polka
9. Gary Kughenbecker and His Old Lager Orchestra - rain rain polka
10. Jerry Goetsch and His Orchestra - bunyon buster polka
11. W.L.U.K. Festival - hoop de doo polka
12. Carl and The Country Dutchmen - policeman's polka
13. Ambrose and Charlie live in the studio - red head polka


14. Christy Hengel - beaut polka
15. Frankie Yankovic - Pennsylvania polka
16. Dad and The Brown Boys - proud Mary
17. Jerry Dostal - she's too fat for me
18. Myron Floren - just because
19. Charlie live in the studio - New Ulm waltz


20. John Check and His Wisconsin Dutchmen - Colonel Bogey march
21. Chimelski Brothers - EIO polka
22. Whoopee JOhn - in heaven there is no beer
23. Ambrose live in the studio - tanta Anna

SHUFFLE FUNCTION PLAYLIST FOR OCTOBER 17 -21, 2011

OCTOBER 18, 2011  (1871)
1. The Outsiders - Jack the ripper
2. Chuck Berry - no particular place to go
3. The Band - slippin' and slidin'
4. David Bowie - Jean Genie
5. Dickie Lee - Laurie (strange things happen)
6. Paley and Francis - seal
7. Yo La Tengo - autumn sweater
8. Ben Folds - army
9. Criswell - someone walked over my grave
10. Judson Fountain - garbage canfrom Thailand
11. Beatles - roll over Beethoven (stereo)
12. Jacob The Bard - I will survive (the zombie apocolypse)
13. Mark Mallman - Minneapolis
14. Little Richard - keep a knockin'
15. 100 % Pure Poison - windy C

OCTOBER 19, 2011  (1872)
1. Talking Heads - blind
2. The Deadly Ones - it's monster surfing time
3. Lou Reed - Edgar Allen Poe
4. John Cale - perfect
5. The Beatifics - this years Jessica

6. The Dum Dum Girls - wasted away
7. The Cramps - all women are bad
8. Drive By Truckers - drag the lake
9. Vanilla Fudge - season of the witch
10. Judson Fountain - two boys in a haunted house
11. Leslie Hall - zombie killer (Chastity Pariah remix)
12. Joy Division - she's lost control
13. Alice Cooper - ballad of Dwight Frye
14. Flametrick Subs - creepy dead folk
15. Tom Waits - big in Japan
16. The Adams FAmily Theme

OCTOBER 20, 2011  (1873) PLANET PAT's PROGFRAM  DIRECTOR FOR THE DAY


1. Crosby Stills Nash and Young - Ohio
2. Jefferson Airplane - volunteers
3. Country Joe and The Fish - I'm fixin to die
4. John Prine - Sam Stone
5. Arlo Guthrie - coming into Los Angeles
6. Moody Blues - legend of a mind (Timothy Leary)
7. Quicksilver - fresh air
8. Janis Joplin - piece of my heart
9. Blind Faith - can't find my way home
10. John Lennon - imagine
11. Jeff Beck- mornin dew
12. Leon Russell - song for you
13. Poco - you better think twice
14. It's A Beautiful Day - white bird
15. Muddy Waters - I just want to make love to you
16. Grateful Dead - Uncle John's band
17. Jesse Winchester - black dog
18. America - Ventura Highway
19. Procol Harum - whiter shade of pale
20. Van Morrison - into the mystic

HAPPY 60th BIRTHDAY PLANET PAT

OCTOBER 21, 2011  (1874)      LUX INTERIOR'S BIRTHDAY


1. The Cranps - garbage man
2. Fuzztones - Charlotte's remains
3. Black Angels - bad vibrations
4. Pink Mountaintops - the gayest of sunbeams
5. Eddie Noack - psycho
6. The Cramps - TV set
7. Joy Division - atmosphere
8. Paley and Francis - ugly life
9. Beach Boys - celebrate the news
10. David Bowie - please Mr.Gravedigger
11. The Cramps - tear it up
12. Judson Fountain - Granny sing no more
13. Unknown - I sing about Blue
14. Moses Longpiece - slide her under the door
15. Ryan Adams - rocks
16. The Handsome Family - snow white diner
17. Johnny Cash w/U2 - the wanderer
18. The Cramps - bikini girls with machine guns
19. The Clash - city of the dead
20. The Cramps - papa satan sang louie
21. The Cramps - mad daddy

Thursday, November 03, 2011

ALL VINYL FRIDAY!


Hey, Gang!  The Fall Pledge Drive is almost over!  As of Thursday a.m. we had just under $6000 left to go.  While that's a small amount in relation to the larger goal, it's a pretty large amount to have to raise in three days, especially since much of the weekend programming is syndicated.



You guys have been incredibly generous, and we thank you profusely.  Without you this station wouldn't exist.  We're hoping that the folks out there that haven't yet pledged will step up now and do their part to keep independent radio alive.  It can't be done without you.  For realsies.



We're celebrating the end of our portion of the pledge drive by spending all of Friday morning spinning vinyl, which is something we love to do.  Vinyl is where our music geekness first flourished, and it's a thrill for us to celebrate vinyl and radio at the same time.  We'll be giving the two turntables a big old workout, and hopefully taking a large amount of pledges at the same time.



Every pledge makes a huge difference, whether or not it's ten bucks or $100.  Check out the cool swag we have available starting at $25.  The mugs are great, and the stocking caps are warm.  GET INTO IT!


THE  FALL  KMSU  PLEDGE  DRIVE  PREMIUM  LIST

$25 LEVEL - FINDERS KEEPERS 9 CD



Mr. Specific has done it again, and this time he has gone all Halloweeny on us. This is a one of a kind music compilation with spooky twisted tunes perfect for the season. One of the highlights of this collection is Jacob The Bard's version of his classic "I Will Survive (The Zombie Apocalypse). This is the only place on earth where you can find this gem - and the tune just might save your life someday!

$25 LEVEL - CLASSY KMSU COFFEE MUG

This is the first time we have had a KMSU mug available since Shyboy Tim and I have been at the station - and it is a B-E-A-U-T (that is short for beautiful). As soon as we get a physical copy of it we will get a picture on the blog - but trust me, it is a unique shape and uber cool. It will be a bright golden yellow and feature the KMSU radio tower icon. So when you hear Mo on The Quiet Storm tell you to "sit back, put your feet up and make yourself a warm drink" this will be the mug that you grab!

$50 LEVEL - KMSU HIPSTER KNIT STOCKING CAP



Another first on the swag list - an embroidered Toque with the KMSU logo! Now if the word toque isn't ringing any bells, then maybe this picture will help.


Yep - it is one of those!! What all the hipsters are wearing to keep their heads warm and their looks cool. I know that Erik from 33 and 1/3 has to be jumping up and down over this swag item.  This amazing cap will keep your warm and show off your independent radio love streak!

$65 LEVEL - RAG AND A COASTER COMBO
You can pinch some pennies and save some moula with this premium level. You will get both the FINDERS KEEPERS 9 CD and the KMSU KNIT STOCKING CAP for 65 bucks - a savings of ten for you, thrifty pledger!!

$60 LEVEL - WORLD CAFE 2 CD ANNIVERSARY SET


World Cafe is celebrating it's 20th year of great radio with this special two CD collection of some of the best live performances they've featured over that time span. These are one of a kind versions of some of your favorite tunes, and this is your only opportunity to get this special set. The play list is as follows:

Disc One
1 Vampire Weekend - “Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa”
2 Beach House - “Zebra”
3 David Gray - “Babylon”
4 Fleet Foxes - “White Winter Hymnal”
5 Joseph Arthur - “Honey And The Moon”
6 Coldplay - “Shiver”
7 LCD Soundsystem - “All My Friends”
8 Brandi Carlile - “Dreams”
9 Ben Folds Five - “Brick”
10 Crash Test Dummies - “Superman Song”
11 Damien Rice - “Volcano”
12 Feist - "1234”
13 The National - “Start A War”
14 Patty Griffin - “Rain”
15 Erin McKeown - “Blackbirds”
16 Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs - “Trouble”

Disc Two

1 Dave Matthews Band - “Ants Marching”
2 Lucinda Williams - “Get Right With God”
3 Dr. Dog - “Shadow People”
4 Dawes - “When My Time Comes”
5 Adele - “Rolling In The Deep”
6 Gregg Allman - "Just Another Rider"
7 Amos Lee - “El Camino”
8 Dan Mangan - “Road Regrets”
9 Old 97’s - “Every Night Is Friday Night (Without You)”
10 The Decemberists - “This Is Why We Fight”
11 Bobby Long - “Who Have You Been Loving?”
12 Fitz & The Tantrums - “MoneyGrabber”
13 James - “Say Something”
14 Black Dub - “Surely”
15 Justin Townes Earle - “Christchurch Woman”
16 Bert Jansch - “BlackWaterSide”


$100 LEVEL - SUN RECORDS 50TH ANNIVERSARY TWO CD SET AND COMPANION BOOK, "GOOD ROCKIN' TONIGHT: SUN RECORDS AND THE BIRTH OF ROCK N ROLL"
Sun Records in Memphis is where Rock N Roll music began and where some of our favorite musicians cut their baby teeth. The list of amazing artists that recorded there is huge - Elvis Presley, Howlin' Wolf, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, the list just goes on and on and on. This set celebrates the music of Sun Records with a lot of the hits and some of the lesser known gems. It is a must have for any music geek's collection, and here is the track listing for the set, 44 songs total:
 DISC 1:
1. Drivin' Slow - Johnny London
2. We All Gotta Go Sometime - Joe Hill Louis
3. Easy - Jimmy & Walter
4. Just Walkin' in the Rain - The Prisonaires
5. Feelin' Good - Little Junior's Blue Flames
6. Tiger Man (King of the Jungle) - Rufus Thomas
7. Mystery Train - Little Junior's Blue Flames
8. Lookin' For My Baby - Little Milton
9. Boogie Disease, The - Doctor Ross
10. Cotton Crop Blues - James Cotton
11. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby - Pat Hare
12. Rockin' Chair Daddy - Harmonica Frank
13. That's All Right - Elvis Presley
14. I Feel So Worried - Sammy Lewis/Willie Johnson
15. Red Hot - Billy "The Kid" Emerson
16. Peepin' Eyes - Charlie Feathers
17. Mystery Train - Elvis Presley/Scotty & Bill
18. Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
19. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
20. Rock 'N Roll Ruby - Warren Smith
21. Slow Down - Jack Earls
22. I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash

DISC 2:
1. Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison
2. Red Headed Woman - Sonny Burgess
3. Shoobie Oobie - Rosco Gordon
4. Come on Little Mama - Ray Harris
5. Drinkin' Wine - Gene Simmons
6. Feelin' Low - Ernie Chaffin
7. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll - Billy Lee Riley & His Little Green Men
8. Matchbox - Carl Perkins
9. Love My Baby - Hayden Thompson
10. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On - Jerry Lee Lewis
11. Rock Boppin' Baby - Ed Bruce
12. Raunchy - Bill Justis & His Orchestra
13. Cat Called Domino - Roy Orbison
14. Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache - Warren Smith
15. High School Confidential - Jerry Lee Lewis
16. Shake Around - Tommy Blake
17. One More Time - Billy Riley
18. Mona Lisa - Carl Mann
19. Lonely Weekends - Charlie Rich
20. Big Dream - Rayburn Anthony
21. Who Will the Next Fool Be - Charlie Rich
22. Cadillac Man - The Jesters

And if that weren't enough, you can read all about Sun Record's place in music history in the companion book. This will be a great read to bundle up browse through during the winter months to come.


$100 LEVEL - SHUFFLE FUNCTION PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR THE DAY


This is the big daddy of the lot, and a Shuffle Function exclusive. This allows you to join Shyboy Tim and Shelley on the air during the morning show and to pick out the entire show's play list. You pick the tunes and we will just press the buttons and talk too much!! In addition to ruling the radio airwaves, you will also get a copy of the new FINDERS KEEPERS 9 CD, and one of the brand new KMSU mugs. We also make you a CD copy of your two hours of radio infamy so you can hear how awesome you sounded on the radio and brag to all your friends and family. This is as good as it gets, and it also makes a great holiday gift for the music geek in your family. We really enjoy getting a chance to interact with our listeners and to hear what music turns them on, and we would love to have you join us.

$100 LEVEL - KMSU DAY SPONSORSHIP
Maybe you would love to share your record collection with the world, but you are too shy to join us as Program Directors. Or maybe you have a special date - a birthday, anniversary, or musician that you would like to celebrate on the air. If any of those ring a bell,  then this is the premium for you. Pick out a day, the songs you want us to play, and write out the message you'd like us to announce throughout your day sponsorship. That's how simple being a Day Sponsor is. You get to support community radio and share your musical passion in one great premium.

If you have any questions about any of these items please don't hesitate to contact us. You can drop us an email at shufflefunction@hotmail.com or call us while we are on the air at 389 - 5678 or 1 - 800 - 456 - 7810. Gully has set a lofty goal for the Fall Pledge Drive of twenty thousand dollars, and we will need to hear from all of the radio heroes out there. We look forward to chatting with you!

STUNNINGLY BAD BRUCE LEE EXPLOITATION!

SWAG - O - RAMA


Have a look at the Swag folks - and get your zombie on with a one time premium listed below!

$25 Pledge Level - KMSU Mug
$50 Pledge Level - KMSU Toque


$100 Zombie Pledge Level
by artist James Mackey
Once this is gone it is gone folks! For your $100 pledge you will also receive the new KMSU mug pictured above, the new Finders Keepers 9 CD and a classic Shuffle Function t-shirt!! That is alot of bang for your buck folks! One time only premium.


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CALL NOW 389 - 5678 or 1 - 800 - 456 - 7810.