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SubblePlusGood presents Hidden Liz

May 15, 2024 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM


With Lizbot

howdy pardner... come on an adventure with me why dontcha

SubblePlusGood with Hidden Liz : Longplay

Longplay songs with Lizbot filling in for DJ HOG

SubblePlusGood presents Hidden Liz
8:02 PM
Carl Stone - Sukothai (1977)
Carl Stone Sukothai (1977) Carl Stone
Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties Unseen Worlds
Based on a sample of classical harpsichord, the “Rondeau” from Abdelazer, by Baroque composer Henry Purcell, layered over and over on top of itself until it builds to a spooky fascinating dissonance
8:16 PM
Cheer-Accident - The Autumn Wind Is a Pirate
Cheer-Accident The Autumn Wind Is a Pirate
Introducing Lemon SKiN GRAFT 2003
Recorded by Steve Albini, sound engineer on many Cheer-Accident albums over the decades. R.I.P.
8:39 PM
Melenas - Primer Tiempo
Melenas Primer Tiempo
Días Raros Elsa Records 2020
Spanish indie-rock band from Pamplona
8:43 PM
Battles - Hi / Lo
Battles Hi / Lo
EP C Monitor Records 2004
8:51 PM
Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Water No Get Enemy
Fela Kuti & Africa 70 Water No Get Enemy
Expensive Shit - EP Editions Makossa 1975
9:00 PM
Set Break: ----------------------------------------------------

Hidden Liz lurks in the Hidden Lands

9:10 PM
Steffen Schleiermacher - Mad Rush
Steffen Schleiermacher Mad Rush Philip Glass
Glass: Early Keyboard Music Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm 2000
9:24 PM
Grand Veymont - Je Cours Après Avant
Grand Veymont Je Cours Après Avant
Grand Veymont Outre Disque 2019
9:37 PM
Lepton Drip - Drift Accelerator
Lepton Drip Drift Accelerator Colin Marston
Holographic Drainage 2023
Lepton Drip is warr guitar player/bassist/composer Colin Marston of Dysrhythmia / Behold...the Arctopus! / Krallice playing around with simmons sdsV, simmons sds8, td-3, ms-1, arp 2600m, arp odyssey, ju-06a, g force xpander, and korg lambda synths
9:55 PM
Set Break: ----------------------------------------------------


10:04 PM
Aki Tsuyuko - Solitary Tiger
Aki Tsuyuko Solitary Tiger Aki Tsuyuko
Aki Tsuyuko’s Room in Commend Commend Here 2020
10:13 PM
Steve Reich, Kronos Quartet - Different Trains: After the War
Steve Reich, Kronos Quartet Different Trains: After the War Steve Reich
Different Trains/Electric Connection Elektra / Nonesuch 1989
10:22 PM
Feast of the Epiphany - Practising Loss II
Feast of the Epiphany Practising Loss II Nick Podgurski
Practising Loss Kincsem Records 2019
10:35 PM
Anna von Hausswolff - All Thoughts Fly
Anna von Hausswolff All Thoughts Fly Anna von Hausswolff
All Thoughts Fly (RED) Southern Lord 2020
Organist/composer from Gothenburg, Sweden
10:47 PM
Jaimie Branch - Baba Louie
Jaimie Branch Baba Louie Jaimie Branch
Fly or Die Fly or Die Fly or Die (World War)) International Anthem 2023
10:56 PM
Set Break: ----------------------------------------------------

That concludes this night of lonnnngplays with in the Subble Fields with Hidden Liz. Tune in TOMORROW Thursday May 16th 5-8 PM for your weekly dose of Doubleplusgood with Lizbot on WPRB!

10:59 PM
Zeal & Ardor - Sacrilegium III
Zeal & Ardor Sacrilegium III Manuel Gagneux
Devil Is Fine MVKA 2016
Chat is archived.
Number 6 8:01:04 PM
Lizbot (host) 8:02:06 PM
Hi Number 6!
Lizbot (host) 8:03:08 PM
Welcome to SubblePlusGood with Hidden Liz!
TAndy 8:04:54 PM
Lizbot!! Hey!
Tyler Blaetz 8:06:04 PM
Woops i think I posted to Jon's timed-out chat. This is delightful
Lizbot (host) 8:06:28 PM
Hi TANdy!
Lizbot (host) 8:06:47 PM
Hi Tyler Blaetz! Haha, yeah, it's gonna get progressively weirder!
Number 6 8:07:25 PM
Weird and wonderful, I hope.
Lizbot (host) 8:07:30 PM
I also forgot to mention at the top of the program that I will be playing my favorite Albini-recorded track from one of my all-tome favorite weirdo bands, Cheer-Accident, after this Carl Stone piece
Lizbot (host) 8:12:37 PM
Is this spooky yet?
Lizbot (host) 8:12:43 PM
Spooky action at a distance
TAndy 8:14:28 PM
A distance of mere yards. Feet, even!
Kelly Nielsen 8:15:13 PM
Hey Lizbot. Excellent way to open the show
Lizbot (host) 8:15:45 PM
@TAndy - spooky action rippling the airwaves
Lizbot (host) 8:15:53 PM
Hi Kelly Nielsen! Thanks!
Lizbot (host) 8:16:07 PM
I am particularly psyched for this upcoming transition
Lizbot (host) 8:17:11 PM
This is my favorite album recorded by Steve Albini: Introducing Lemon. There are many I love, but this is the one that's the most Lizbot
Dennisons 8:21:48 PM
@Liz I’d never heard of them until I saw them with you after George’s set. They had so many good songs.
Kelly Nielsen 8:21:50 PM
Yeah this rules
Lizbot (host) 8:22:17 PM
Hi Dennisons!
Dennisons 8:23:18 PM
It’s good to be Dennisons again!
Dennisons 8:23:37 PM
This is great!
Lizbot (host) 8:23:57 PM
@Dennisons - I'm glad we converted you! They have a huge catalog of albums going way back to the mid-80s
Lizbot (host) 8:24:17 PM
@Kelly Nielsen - I'm glad you're digging it!
Lizbot (host) 8:25:46 PM
@Dennisons / Kelly Nielsen - it's such a pleasure taking a deep dive into Cheer-Accident's discography because they have such varied albums, really great oddball prog with a sense of humor, but poppier stuff as well, but it all feels very Cheer-Accident
Dennisons 8:28:01 PM
On stage they seemed like 2 or 3 bands who shared members playing together switching music midsong.
Lizbot (host) 8:28:41 PM
UPCOMING BONUS: A sample of Philadelphia's own legendary late sports broadcaster John Facenda reciting Mary Jane Carr's 1941 poem "Pirate Wind," AKA "The Autumn Wind Is a Pirate," which is a combination of musical score by Sam Spence and Carr's poem adapted for the 1974 Oakland Raiders season coverage by NFL Films
Lizbot (host) 8:30:32 PM
@Dennisons - You should see some of the other antics they get up to! Every year in their hometown of Chicago they stage a show of them playing for anywhere from 4-24 hours in one of those little concrete islands in the middle of an intersection until someone stops them or they pass out
Lizbot (host) 8:31:18 PM
I've seen them play a "locked-groove," like the kind you'd find on the end of a record sometimes to mess with the listener, but live, completely robotically, and without error...for over an hour
Lizbot (host) 8:31:42 PM
I guarantee you they played this 22 minute song straight through at Electrical Audio
Lizbot (host) 8:33:15 PM
They've had various members over the years, but the constant is founder Thymme Jones, and usually Jeff Libersher. They've had members of U.S. Maple and various Chicago/midwest bands over the years.
Mary Jones 8:33:18 PM
@Lizbot Next time they ever come to Philly, definitely let us know, we'd love to see them again.
Lizbot (host) 8:34:10 PM
@Mary Jones - For sure! Hopefully when they tour for the new album, Vacate...the LAST Albini-recorded Cheer-Accident album, released last month
Ossy 8:35:02 PM
Surprise evening Susan Liz!
Lizbot (host) 8:35:03 PM
@Mary Jones - They always crash with us when they come to Philly and I may or may not have photos of my old car Pangur Bán stealing Thymme's Wawa hoagie
Lizbot (host) 8:35:07 PM
Hi Ossy!
Lizbot (host) 8:35:49 PM
@Ossy - haha, call me Surprising Susan!
Lizbot (host) 8:36:14 PM
@Ossy - SubblePlusGood with Surprising Susan. Desperately Seeking Surprises
Ossy 8:37:41 PM
Liz - So I was surfing internet and came across one voice actor of mainly Pokemon and Yugioh named Tara Sands and says this smelly thing LOOOOL
Joe M 8:38:59 PM
this is good.
Lizbot (host) 8:39:28 PM
Hi Joe M! Glad you enjoyed it! It ends abruptly as it goes into the next track on the album!
Lizbot (host) 8:43:31 PM
@Joe M / @Dennisons / @MAry Jones / @Kelly Nielsen - Since you all commented on Introducing Lemon!: That album was the beginning of what's been a 20 years and counting friendship with the band. Thanks to a show 20 years ago at the now long-defunct Table Space warehouse venue in Philly, I happened to check out their show when they were touring for Introducing Lemon, and was completely blown away. Bought everything on their merch table right then and there.
Joe M 8:44:25 PM
What a cool story! Neat way to fall in love with a band.
Lizbot (host) 8:44:38 PM
They ended up visiting me at WPRB in the old studio back then
Joe M 8:44:40 PM
I have heard them on your show. I'll dig into them a bit deeper.
Lizbot (host) 8:45:11 PM
@Joe M - Yeah, I feel like they are one of the great under-appreciated bands. Exactly what independent free-form radio is for!
Kelly Nielsen 8:45:39 PM
Yeah super cool Lizbot. Loved it and will try to see them. Sounds incredible
Lizbot (host) 8:46:31 PM
@Kelly Nielsen - I'll announce on my show next time they're in the area. They don't have any upcoming Philly dates at the moment, but they have a new album, Vacate.
Lizbot (host) 8:47:13 PM
@Kelly Nielsen - (And of course I mean on my regularly-scheduled show, Doubleplusgood on Thursdays 5-8 pm!)
Lizbot (host) 8:48:06 PM
@Dennisons - You'd probably like “Camp O’Physique” from Introducing Lemon. It's great and very tongue-in-camp. About Jeff Libersher's tribulations as a kid at summer camp in the 70s
Mary Jones 8:48:44 PM
That is awesome, getting to connect with the band like that.
Kelly Nielsen 8:51:10 PM
Thanks Lizbot. Digging this Battles track too!
Joe M 8:51:49 PM
Yeah, also what luck for them to connect with a fan like you Lizbot!
Kelly Nielsen 8:52:31 PM
Now that’s a swing in the sound. Love it!
Lizbot (host) 8:53:55 PM
@Mary Jones / @ Kelly Nielsen / @Joe M - They're all awesome people, and just really virtuosic and creative, but also led by Thymme who has a snarky sense of humor, which is my kinda humor!
Lizbot (host) 8:56:17 PM
And Thymme is a drummer first and foremost, as well as a singer, composer, trumpet player, and pianist, but I suspect his drummer background is one of the reasons he and Albini clicked
Lizbot (host) 8:57:43 PM
(Being that Albini excelled at recording drums particularly)
Ossy 9:14:39 PM
Space Suprising Susan!
Lizbot (host) 9:16:52 PM
@OSsy - That's my name! O.S.S.S.Y. = Oh, Space Surprising Susan? Yes!
Ossy 9:17:53 PM
YESSS! Hope you got a laugh also from that pokemon twitter link as well, LOOOOL
Lizbot (host) 9:21:50 PM
We used to have a WPRB Station ID that sampled this Philip Glass piece and featured someone putting on an alien voice saying "You're listening to WPRB, Princeton." I think that ID is lost to the sands of time and studio transitions
Lizbot (host) 9:22:03 PM
@Ossy - Indeed!
TAndy 9:22:32 PM
This Schleiermacher is amazing <3
Lizbot (host) 9:22:50 PM
@Ossy - An experience less smelly for all!
Lizbot (host) 9:23:08 PM
@TAndy - Glad you're enjoying it!
Lizbot (host) 9:24:32 PM
@TAndy - This last-minute subbing is giving me a chance to play some of the longer form pieces I don't normally get to fit into Doubleplusgood. Since I'm doing 6 hours of programming between tonight and tomorrow, I figured I'd play some of my favorites of the longer compositions
Ossy 9:24:56 PM
Liz- Totally as Tara, "sands says it"! Plus, sent her a voice message of some 4kids Saturday morning block podcast of the gold great old days!
TAndy 9:26:19 PM
I'm always a fan of the longer form content. It's one of my favorite features of Jon's show as well <3
Ossy 9:26:46 PM
Totally haven't heard this song for long, always forgetting the name
Lizbot (host) 9:27:40 PM
@Ossy - I have played this one on DOubleplusgood before. I love it. A bit Krautrock, a bit Stereolab
Lizbot (host) 9:28:51 PM
@TAndy - yeah, I occasionally play longer songs, like I play this one on Doubleplusgood, and will play 10-15 minute songs, but I usually don't go over 15 minutes, though that isn't a hard and fast rule. Tonight I'm getting in some 18-28 minute tracks
Ossy 9:30:15 PM
I remember, and the days got too far, I couldn't find the last time it was played, forgot to bookmark it. Yeah, love it too
Lizbot (host) 9:32:17 PM
@Ossy - "I run after before" is the title translated from French. I run after before the days got too far is some psychedelia lyrically
Lizbot (host) 9:32:43 PM
spooky gives way to pretty in this song
Number 6 9:32:51 PM
This sounds like old Pink Floyd.
Ossy 9:33:43 PM
Liz - True true, and this has scary 8bit sounds to it
Number 6 9:33:55 PM
Long songs rule!
Lizbot (host) 9:34:28 PM
queue pretty part
Lizbot (host) 9:34:50 PM
@Number 6- yeah! You gotta earn this slow burn build of gorgeousness!
Ossy 9:34:56 PM
Long uncut songs, yeah
Lizbot (host) 9:35:51 PM
@Ossy - It DOES have that very 8-bit sounding oscillating backbone, doesn't it?!
Lizbot (host) 9:35:58 PM
@OSsy - ANOTHER reason I love it!
Dennisons 9:36:39 PM
Always love hidden beeps!
Ossy 9:36:49 PM
Preferably in DOS games!
Lizbot (host) 9:38:34 PM
@Dennisons - Hidden beeps are some of the best beeps
Lizbot (host) 9:40:36 PM
@Ossy / @Dennisons - I will forever be happily addicted to the 8-bit beeps and boops of childhood Atari and NES games. It's deeply ingrained and triggers that reward center in my brain like a thousand power-ups at once
Lizbot (host) 9:41:03 PM
synth prance
TAndy 9:41:37 PM
Dat stanky FM bass synth
Lizbot (host) 9:43:02 PM
I enjoy when someone makes better use of their synths than I do! Which is most musicians! A parade of prancing synths.
Dennisons 9:43:13 PM
@ossy I remember entering code for Commodore 64 game called Chicken Catch from a magazine. It was just lines of code i didn’t understand (“E3 C1 G11…” etc) but I loved the honk the game made when you caught the chicken in the game.
Lizbot (host) 9:43:23 PM
@TAndy - Dank stank FM soundbanks
Lizbot (host) 9:43:58 PM
I brought some of my more portable synths down the shore one summer and got sand in the box I brought them in when I dumped my beach chair in the back. I think about this a lot.
Dennisons 9:44:17 PM
@liz the game worm war 1 had some surprisingly intense crescendos of sound at times.
TAndy 9:44:27 PM
Nothing better than raw out-of-the-box music 💙
Lizbot (host) 9:45:30 PM
@Dennisons / @TAndy / @Ossy - There's a fun German duo called Welle:Erdball I sometimes play on the show, though I haven't in a while! (I should rectify that) show play all their songs on two refurbished Commodore 64s
Ossy 9:45:34 PM
Liz - Totally 8bit DOS NES and Atari are a golden flashback for eternity as watching Saturday 4kids anime mornings like Sonic, Kirby, Yugioh and Pokemon(also on CN and Kids WB)
Dennisons 9:45:42 PM
@beachbot beats!
Lizbot (host) 9:46:05 PM
@Dennisons - Was Worm War set inside RFK Jr's brain?
Lizbot (host) 9:47:02 PM
@Dennisons - Objective: Worm your wormy way outta Robert's brain before you run outta brain to eat. Time is limited! Not a lotta brain left
Dennisons 9:47:14 PM
Ha! It would explain a lot. There wasn’t much to it other than the amazing sound effects.
Lizbot (host) 9:47:41 PM
(If anyone is confused, I'm referring to the fact that RFK, Jr told the press last week that he had brain worms)
Dennisons 9:48:33 PM
Worm controlling brain: “Nothing to worry about, folks”
Lizbot (host) 9:51:13 PM
@Ossy / @Dennisons. /@TAndy - I had Atari and then NES when it first came out and for several years...until Hazel my rabbit (named after Hazel from Watership Down) chewed through my Nintendo's cord and my mom refused to buy another console. From that point on I just moved to computer games, mainly a lot of Roberta Williams games
George Korein 9:52:15 PM
Get your lept on
Lizbot (host) 9:52:21 PM
@Dennisons - haha, yeah, may as well be a worm at the helm
Lizbot (host) 9:52:31 PM
Brain Worms 2024
Dennisons 9:53:41 PM
I had Atari then c-64 for a while. I remember there was an early synth program by a musician named Ryo Kawasaki that was fun.
Wes Steenson 9:53:53 PM
WesBot check in to the Worm Chat.💬
Lizbot (host) 9:54:11 PM
Vote Brian the Brain Worm! #wormstrong
Lizbot (host) 9:54:20 PM
Hi Wes Steenson!
Ossy 9:54:28 PM
Liz - Sad bummer of your NES to be a chew toy, that smells! My Playstation got drenched in water in the kid days and I too mostly on computer games.
Dennisons 9:54:39 PM
Wes Steenson 9:55:12 PM
Bless the Maker and His water. Bless the coming and going of Him. May His passage cleanse the world. May He keep the world for His people.
Ossy 9:55:27 PM
Mentioning your rabbit, there's this PBS kids show named Elinor Wonders Why of an mc rabbit girl and she has a lioness friend named, Hazel lol
Wes Steenson 9:57:15 PM
Be vewy vewy quiet. I’m hunting brain worms.
TAndy 9:58:08 PM
If you want brainworms, feel free to tune into that other station who claims to be from NJ that shares the same transmission tower as WPRB :)
TAndy 9:58:14 PM
Ossy 9:58:34 PM
Read that in Elmer Fudds voice
Dennisons 9:59:16 PM
“Rabbit season!” “Brainworm season!” “Rabbit season!” “Brainworm season!”
Wes Steenson 9:59:56 PM
@Dennisons 😹😹😹👍🏻👍🏻
Ossy 10:00:17 PM
That one girl from Tiny Toons, named Elmyra looks to be a niece of Elmer Fudd, LOOOL
Wes Steenson 10:01:02 PM
Classic Chuck Jones cartoon “Brainworm Amok”.
Wes Steenson 10:02:23 PM
LizBot emerges with info.
Dennisons 10:03:51 PM
“Brainworm Bodgers In The 24th and One Third Century”
Lizbot (host) 10:06:32 PM
@Dennisons - Oh wow! I LOVE Ryo Kawasaki's album "Juice" with the excellent electronic orange on the cover! What was the name of that synth program? I wonder if I ever stumbled upon it
Lizbot (host) 10:07:30 PM
@Dennisons - My parents had a C64 for a bit. The funny thing is, they're total luddites and never liked computers, but my mom worked for a school that always loaned her home computers she let my brother and I use
Lizbot (host) 10:09:52 PM
Doubleplusgood fav synth composer Laurie Spiegel (whose song "Patchwork" is the music I use to transition into my program from the previous program every week) invented one of the earliest pioneering algorithmic music composition software programs, Music Mouse, which was for Atari, Apple and Amiga
Lizbot (host) 10:10:26 PM
@Wes Steenson - I gotta go watch “Brainworm Amok” after this program!
Lizbot (host) 10:10:49 PM
@OSsy - I remember Elmyra! Tiny Toons was great!
Lizbot (host) 10:11:54 PM
@TAndy - That's why a brainworm runs all maintenance to our transmitting tower
Dennisons 10:12:00 PM
@liz I think it was called Kawasaki Synthesizer from 1983
Lizbot (host) 10:14:49 PM
@Dennisons - Ah! I need to go investigate after the show! I loved those early music programs
Ossy 10:15:36 PM
Liz - That girl is hyper crazy cute, like silly innovative and zany Babs Bunny!
Lizbot (host) 10:15:47 PM
@Dennisons - Do you remember an early drawing program called Koala? My mom's office was in the library of my school, a half a block from my childhood home, and I used to spend hours in the early 80s drawing on a program I SWEAR was called Koala but no one ever remembers it!
Lizbot (host) 10:17:57 PM
@Ossy - Pinky and the Brain was my favorite Tiny Toons recurring characters. Remember that spin-off when they become Elmyra's pets?!
Dennisons 10:18:02 PM
I don’t remember it, there was a thing called a Koalapad in the 80s, but I never saw one.
Lizbot (host) 10:18:46 PM
@Dennisons - it WAS a pad! You drew on a pad and it corresponded to the screen! It was the first thing I had ever seen like that
Dennisons 10:19:49 PM
@lizbot That sounds awesome! I’m drawing on a pad now, but it’s not as special as it used to be.
Lizbot (host) 10:21:00 PM
@Dennisons - I don't remember Chicken Catch, but it makes me think of Nintendo Switch's Untitled Goose Game...If you haven't seen that, look up some YouTube videos of it. Delightful!
Lizbot (host) 10:21:47 PM
@TAndy - Raw, out of the box music-box music, unboxing video
Lizbot (host) 10:25:48 PM
@Dennisons - I have ranted about this before, possibly here, but I really like the limitations of very basic drawing programs and hate programs like Photoshop. I made some of my favorite stuff with MSPaint. I developed a style with MSPaint and I loved the magnifying glass feature to zoom in and tweak pixel by pixel. A lot of programs have tried to approximate MS Paint over the years, but they always overcomplicate it! I miss MS Paint so much. I need limiting parameters, dammit!
Ossy 10:26:47 PM
Liz- I never heard of that one Pinky and Brain becoming Elmyra's pets, but sounds amusing!
Lizbot (host) 10:31:37 PM
@Ossy - It was an one-season spin-off of Tiny Toons! Brain accidentally explodes the lab he and Pinky live in and Elmyra gets her hands on them and puts them in a cage in her bedroom
Dennisons 10:32:20 PM
@liz I loved mspaint too. I was reading about Susan Kare who designed a lot of the icons used in macs and PCs today, mostly figuring out design through her work in needlepoint and mosaics.
Lizbot (host) 10:33:17 PM
@Ossy - ...much Orson Welles-eque kvetching by Brain follows, but of course Elmyra always bests him, despite his perpetual "ingenious" plotting
Lizbot (host) 10:33:51 PM
Feast of the Epiphany gives me Van der Graaf Generator vibes
Lizbot (host) 10:36:17 PM
@Dennisons - I read an article about her a few years back! Very cool she came up with so many familiar icons that were taken for granted for so long. Makes so much sense to design pixelated images through needlepoint! And maybe because everything is cyclical, now we have people on etsy selling needlepoint versions of classic computer icons!
Lizbot (host) 10:40:47 PM
This pulsing is like if the pulsing in my head when I got a headache actually felt good and generated mellifluous sounds
Lizbot (host) 10:43:00 PM
@Dennisons - I liked Susan Kare's little happy Mac icon. But sad Mac was a thing of nightmares. I've played a piece on ++good before by Stephan Mathieu from an album he called "The Sad Mac," and the album art is a deconstructed Mac icon
Wes Steenson 10:43:28 PM
Wes Steenson 10:45:30 PM
Lizbot (host) 10:45:44 PM
@Wes Steenson - NARF is right! Especially when Brain worms into your brain...and inserts worm
Wes Steenson 10:47:22 PM
Same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to TAKE OVER WPRB!
Lizbot (host) 10:48:11 PM
@Wes Steenson - NARField = a hypothetical scenario in which Garfield snarfed Pinky, who shouts NAAAARF as he flies across the room. In the end, everyone gets shipped to Abu Dhabi.
Lizbot (host) 10:48:44 PM
@Wes Steenson - Pinky & The Brain Worms
Wes Steenson 10:49:00 PM
I celebrate the Feast of the Epiphone. (I’m partial to the Materbilt line of flat top guitars)
Lizbot (host) 10:51:02 PM
@Wes Steenson - What offerings to you leave to you Epiphone to honor it?
Wes Steenson 10:51:19 PM
Maurice LaMarche would have a field day with Brain going after Brain Worms.
Wes Steenson 10:52:29 PM
@Lizbot - oh, the usual - a fresh set of strings, maybe clean the fingerboard…
TAndy 10:54:26 PM
Thank you so much for the show, Lizbot! Hope to hear you tomorrow, have a good night!
Lizbot (host) 10:55:29 PM
@TAndy - Thanks for listening! I will be here with so many more musics tomorrow from 5-8 pm!
Lizbot (host) 10:55:56 PM
@Wes Steenson - no picks??
Lizbot (host) 10:56:16 PM
@Wes - Only fingers?
Number 6 10:57:40 PM
Thanks for the long songs, BCNU!
Kelly Nielsen 10:57:58 PM
Incredible show. Thank you Lizbot!!!
Dennisons 10:59:47 PM
Thanks for the great show Lizbot! Good night and good worming everyone
Lizbot (host) 11:00:07 PM
@Kelly Nielsen - Thanks! Tune in tomorrow if you get a chance for my regularly-scheduled weekly program, Doubleplusgood with Lizbot, 5-8 pm!
Lizbot (host) 11:00:26 PM
Thanks, Dennisons! Worm away!
Lizbot (host) 11:00:51 PM
I imagine so many synchronized worms dancing slinkily to this tune