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Dealer's Choice Show - June 13, 2015 with Peter Robbins and Richard Dolan

Richard and PeterA very different Dealer's Choice Show, I have as my guests Richard Dolan and Peter Robbins, two UFOlogists that appear later that night on Where Did the Road Go?. They picked all the music, and decided to explore decades worth of Jazz. 


Duke Ellington "Solitude"

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong "Stompin' at he Savoy"
Benny Goodman "Sing, Sing, Sing (with a Swing)"
Charlie Parker "Now's the Time"
Duke Ellington "Black and Tan Fantasy"
Miles Davis "On Green Dolphin Street"
Louis Armstrong "Star Dust"
Frank Sinatra "We Small Hours"
Ella Fitzgerald "Miss Otis Regrets"
Ella Fitzgerald and Chick Webb "A-Trisket A-Tasket"
John Coltraine "Cousin Mary"
Duke Ellington "Take the "A" Train"
Madeleine Peyroux "Blue Alert"
Amy Winehouse "Someone to Watch Over Me"
Matt Baker "If I Were a Bell"

April 13, 2014 - Helen Wheels Tribute

PeterAzkath's guest on his talk program, Where Did The Road Go?, which airs in the hour right before LE had been Peter Robbins, and he stayed for the first hour of LE, as his sister was the late Helen Wheeler, of The Helen Wheeler Band, and also of Blue Oyster Cult, and the first hour of LE was a tribute to her. Peter brought a CD spanning twenty years of her music. As each track was played, he talked about what it was about, what was going on in her life at the time. He talked about her life and career.

Also present were, Just Joe, Eric, Eric's friend, Dan, and another friend of Eric's. A game of Hide And Go Beat was played. Just Joe would hide, and Eric would try to find him. If Eric couldn't find him, Just Joe would get to beat Eric with a wiffle bat. If Eric found Just Joe, Eric would get to beat Just Joe with the bat. Just Joe got to pick a song in the time in which he would have to hide, and Eric got to pick a song, in which while it played, he would look for Just Joe. Just Joe, big surprise, wasn't too smart with his pick, his song was only about three minutes long. Eric picked a song that was over five minutes long. But Just Joe still won, and he got to beat Eric. Yeah, right, good luck with that. He gave him five really hard smacks with the bat, and, of course, Eric didn't react one bit, asking for another whack, which he got, and, of course, still no reaction, in fact, of course, he enjoyed the whole thing. Just Joe learned, as others have, that getting to beat on Eric isn't really winning, he loves it, and is indestructible. Topics were discussed, like the WWE, and Steven Colbert taking over the late night slot from Letterman. There were segments of Movie Time. The last hour was The Old School Hour, Just Joe got to pick some songs from the cabinet for that...

-Fire Eater Wizard


Helen Wheels Tribute - April 13, 2014

Helen WheelsThe late Helen Wheels was a talented musician and front woman of The Helen Wheels band. She also worked with Blue Oyster Cult on various songs. We have in studio, Helen's brother, Peter Robbins, and we spend about an hour with Peter talking about Helen and playing a diverse selection of songs.


Dealer's Choice Show with Peter Robbins - August 2, 2014

PeterJoining me on this show was Peter Robbins, a regular on Where Did the Road Go? and well known UFOlogist. As well, Peter is the brother of Helen Wheels, who, aside from her solo career was also involved with Blue Oyster Cult. We talked UFO's and more, and took turns picking sets of music. It's a very diverse show, and it actually went till 6pm, so you have three hours to enjoy.


Psyche Corporation "Pound of Flesh"
Inviolate "Illusion of Mercy"
Future 86 "Let's Go"

Bob Dylan "Subterranean Homesick Blues"
Ella Fitzgerald "Two Little Men in a Flying Saucer"
The Ventures "Slaughter on 5th Avenue"
The Velvet Underground and Nico "Sunday Morning"

Def Leppard "Rock Brigade"
Phantom Blue "Goin' Mad'
One Eyed Doll "Envy"
Ashley MacIsaac "Brenda Shubbert"

Ramones "The KKK Took My Baby Away / Pet Semetary - Live"
Talking Heads "What a Day That Was"
Blue Oyster Cult "Tattoo Vampire"
Helen Wheels Band "Tattoo Vampire"

Laffing Buddha "Alien Angel"
Blue Oyster Cult "E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)"
Dead Man's Bones "My Body's a Zombie for You"
Nitework "Full Moon"
Micah Hanks "Never Without You"

Blue Oyster Cult "(Don't Fear) The Reaper"
Buck Dharma "(Don't Fear) The Reaper"
Spinal Tap "Hell Hole / Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight"

Pandora's Lunchbox "John Henry Has a Hammer and the White Man is a Mountain"
Ballydowse "Open the Records"
Firewater "Get Out of My Head"
Carnival in Coal "Maniac"

The great Luke Ski "Star Wars Trilogy Homesick Blues"
The Brain Surgeons "Love Potion #9"
The Ventures "Secret Agent Man"
Saltillo "A Necessary End"
Squonk Opera "Inside Height"

Iggy Pop "Home"
The Lobster Quadrille "The Heavenly Host"
Belly "Star"

Peter Buffet "Thunderbird"