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August 11th, 2019

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Catamount Community Radio - August 11, 2019

The blurb:

"MARY ELLEN: I’ll take Catamount Community Radio for $35.99, Al.

AL: The show is reputed to be more fun than this.

MARY ELLEN: What is “two barrels of monkeys”?

AL: Correct.

MARY ELLEN: Catamount Community radio for $18.50.

AL: The show streams from Kalamazoo to this Asian metropolis.

MARY ELLEN: What is Katmandu?

AL. That’s it.

MARY ELLEN: Catamount Community Radio for $12.99

AL: The airwaves are snatched from the electric guitars and this or these take over.

MARY ELLEN: What is jazz?

AL: I’m sorry; the two correct answers are, “what are saxophones?” or, “what are accordions?”

JIM DANDY: I’ll take Catamount Community Radio for $16.95, Al.

AL: These two articles of attire are essential for listening to the show.

JIM DANDY: What are boogie shoes and a thinking cap?

AL: Correct.

JIM DANDY: Catamount Community Radio for $32.00.

AL: The show is characterized by shenanigans and this.

JIM DANDY: What is radiophonic tomfoolery?

AL: That is correct.

JIM DANDY: Catamount Community Radio for $79.95

AL: Daily Double! Special audio question: Identify this guitarist, a regular on the show.

(music plays)

JIM DANDY: Who is Marc Ribot?

AL: I’m sorry, the correct answer is, “Who is Bill Frisell.”

AL: Final question. Write down you answer and your wager. The muscatel is kept here.

MARY ELLEN (written response): Where is the oven? -$100.

JIM DANDY (written response): Where is the oven? - $100.

AL: That’s it for this evening, but join us Sunday mornings at 90.5 F.M and streaming at wwcufm.com, for music and more!"

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Mary Ellen wins the cover contest, with Dandy and Jeff nipping at her heels.

1. Who is singing and what is a vegemite sandwich?

a) Colin Hay
b) an Australian vegetable spread

2. "The Boxer" - Whose tune and who is singing

a) Paul Simon (Simon and Garfunkel)
b) Waylon Jennings

3. D.J. Zeta - "Out of a Funky Drummer Summer". What tune was the beat lifted from and who came up with that beat in the first place?

a) James Brown - "Funky Drummer"
b) Clyde Stubblefield

4. "Lipstick Traces" - Written by which NOLA icon? - Allen Toussaint

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1. Kaki King – Night After Sidewalk
2. Willie Nelson – Recollection Phoenix
3. Charlie Parker – Tico Tico
4. Simon & Garfunkel – America
5. Frank Zappa – Twenty Small Cigars
6. Colin Hay – Down Under
7. 3 Cohens – Blueport
8. G len Campbell – Am I All Alone (or is it only me)
9. Thelonious Monk – Just a Gigolo
10. Anderson .Paak – Put Me Thru
11. Waylon Jennings – The Boxer
12. Olivier Manoury – Let’s Cool One
13. Sun Ra – State Street
14. Sonny Rollins – St. Thomas
15. Bob Seger – Beautiful Loser
16. Miharu Koshi – L’absinthe
17. Rex Stewart – Love is in my Heart
18. Willie Rosario – La cuesta de la fama
19. Paul Motian – Be Careful, It’s my Heart
20. Marcus Roberts – Elite Syncopations
21. Porter Wagoner – Be a little Quieter
22. Los Eskizos – I’m Rowed Out
23. J.C. Davis - Monkey
24. D.J. Zeta – Out of a Funky Drummer Summer
25. Bebo Valdés – Lamento Cubano
26. Was (Not Was) – Semi-interesting Week
27. Thelonious Monk – Suburban Eyes
28. Clarence “Frogman” Henry – Ain’t Got no Home
29. Benny Spellman – Lipstick Traces
30. Astor Piazzola – Oblivion
31. Red Rodney – Dig This Menu, Please!
32. Dave Douglas – Mkiljsang
33. Nicholas Payton – Junie’s Interlude
34. Ella Fitzgerald – Solitude
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