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 The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Show 
 Helen Ilnicky and Wallace Dietz
 The Man in the Gray Flannel suit Show  
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Under represented underground music from 1975 to 1999, the end of the century. What led to, and followed Songs from the Big Hair.

All the great punk from the late 70s, the Ramones, Dolls, early hip hop, and underground R&B of the mid-late70s, new wave through the 80s, and 90s, with Madchester, grunge, new jack swing, 90s techno, to the beginning of trance.
While we are officially here for the End of the Century Show, I’m doing a Stu’s Faves #12 show – a tribute to my older brother Stuart who died in 2011 and left behind an enormous collection of music, most of it obscure and completely unknown to me. I’ve been listening and sharing it on the radio once or twice a year and I usually host during Scott’s regular Monday night show slot. Got a special guest here today – Wallace Dietz – an old friend of Stuart’s who shared his musical sensibilities and the thrill of the hunt for more music including lots of jangle pop. It was really fun having his input on Stu’s musical taste and favorites and added another layer to the music outside of my rambling anecdotal stories I’ve told about Stuart over the years. We’ll have to do another show together one day! As always, props to Scott for doing all the techie stuff and being a DJ at this station so i even have this cool opportunity. “I’m one lucky lady” (according to Scott) Rock on!

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Mexico 70 Best and Hurst Imperial Comet Hour Red Ant
Leslies Yes I Am Totally Brilliant H. Lime
Mighty Mighty Is There Anyone out There? The Girlie Years Vinyl Japan
The Heart Throbs Slip and Slide Cleopatra Grip One Little Indian Records
The Train Set Sink or Swim Never California BLETCH RECORDS
The Man Upstairs Shouldn't Try Yeah Jazz This Winter
Big Dipper Wet Weekend Supercluster - The Big Dipper Anthology Merge Records
Dreams So Real Everywhere Girl Nocturnal Omissions Dreams So Real
The Hit Parade You Didn't Love Me Then With Love From... JSH Records
The Sea Urchins Pristine Christine Stardust Sarah Records
Yeah Jazz Probably This Winter 30 Years Firestation Records
The Railway Children Brighter Gentle Sound Ether Records
The Siddeleys What Went Wrong This Time What Went Wrong This Time? Medium Cool
Jagged Rocks on the Perimeter I Talk To You single self
Tracey Thorn Simply Couldn't Care A Distant Shore Cherry Red Records
The Railway Children A Gentle Sound Gentle Sound Ether Records
The Beloved This Means War This Means War FlimFlam Prductions
Salem 66 Grunezella Daze Frequency and Urgency Homestead Records
Mary Lou Lord His Lamest Flame Got No Shadow Work
Eyeless In Gaza Sunbursts In Sixth Sense 13th Moon Recordings
Adorable A to Fade In Against Perfection Creation Records
Sneaky Feelings Coming True Positively George Street WM New Zealand
Happy Dead Men Silent Sigh City Classics A decade in Pop SummerSound
The Ocean Blue Drifting, Falling The Ocean Blue Warner Records
The Fat Lady Sings Man Scared Twist Rhino

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02:00:00 English 2019-06-22
 WRIR Studios - Richmond, VA
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