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Heavy Friends
Friday February 15th, 2013 with Meester Beel
Lady Mary and Her Heavy Friends

The first hour is a tribute to the establishment of the first 911 system in North America in Haleyville, Alabama on February 16, 1968.
Stop This Train (Again Doing it)
Kevin Ayers - Joy of a Toy - Vinilissimo (01969)
Rescue Me
Fontella Bass - single - Chess (01965)
Out of My Mind
Rain - Rain - Axe (01971) Canadian
Max Mouse and the Gorillas - Max Mouse and the Gorillas - Jungle Jukebox (01978) Canadian
Help (Beatles...cover?)
Thee Headcoats - Elementary Headcoats - Damaged Goods (02000)
The Rutles - The Rutles - Warner Bros (01978)
You're Aint Having Fun Till You're Dialling 911
Atomic 7 - Gowns By Edith Head - Mint (02002) Canadian
Echo and the Bunnymen - Crocodiles - Sire (01980)
A round up of the first set, and brief history of the 911 system in North America. Wonder why it took so long? Me too...
The Body Electric
Rush - Grace Under Pressure - Anthem (01984) Canadian
Trash Cops
Pop. 1280 - The Grid EP - Sacred Bones (02010)
B.C. is on Fire
The Pack A.D. - We Kill Computers - Mint (02010) Canadian
Serve and Protect
The Souljazz Orchestra - Solidarity - Strut (02012) Canadian
911 is a Joke
Public Enemy - Fear of a Black Planet - Def Jam (01990)
Managed to get through the first half of the show with having to call 911, which, according to Flav, is probably a good thing. Now, on with more fun and games, with an emphasis on games. 3 Guys named Pete: three such fellows celebrated a birthday on February 13. Can you figure out who they are, and how they are connected?
For Pete's Sake (1967)
The Monkees - 25th Anniversary Edition - Arista (01991)
Buyin' Time
Stephen Stills - Illegal Stills - Columbia (01976)
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)
Wilson Pickett - The Exciting Wilson Pickett - Atlantic (01966)
I Don't Remember
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel (3rd solo LP) - Charisma (01980)
Unendless Imagination
Nektar - Recycled - Bellaphon (01975)
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures - Factory (01979)
Finally, a nod to the birthdays of John McEnroe and Ice-T on February 16, as well as the the uncovering of the remains of King Tutankhamen by Howard Carter on this day in 1923. And there you have it!
Don't Lose Your Temper
XTC - Beeswax: Some B-Sides - Polygram (01982)
Hit the Deck
Ice T - The Iceberg: Freedom of Speech, Just Watch What You Say - Sire (01989)
Ring Dang Doo
Sam the Sham and the Pharohs - mp3 - (01965)
Walk the Nile
Elephant 9 - Walk the Nile - Rune Grammofon (02011)