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jellyhelm

DJ since Feb 1, 2009
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jellyhelm "If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." HDT

City In The Sky

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jellyhelm In honor of Derek Barnes, ending a 17-year run with W+K today. Congrats, Anomaly - you got a good one.
jellyhelm Perhaps the reason why my work is flowing so nicely this morning? Thanks @AllClassicalFM!
jellyhelm Soundtrack of "The Boy Who Had Bad Luck," starring Colin Dodd, Track 1.

Gioacchino Rossini:La gazza ladra(the thieving magpie),ouverture

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jellyhelm Allen Toussaint: I know darn well we can work it out...

Yes We Can Can

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jellyhelm Now playing on 88.9, Erik Satie. Why does this sadness make me so happy?
jellyhelm Little man's weak and big man's strong, everyone wants to be King Kong. #kinks

The KinksKing Kong

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jellyhelm Colin Dodd put this on a mix tape for me in 1985.
jellyhelm NRBQ: "I'm gonna stick with my guiding light, Cap'n Lou, Cap'n Lou Albano." Love this song. R.I.P., Captain.

NRBQCaptain Lou

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jellyhelm Sorry Stefan. I still liked the version with this (incredible) song... But I guess the Emmy nomination means you were right...?
jellyhelm For those yet to fall in love with Steve Wonder, a good place to start: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talking_Book
jellyhelm Just used the new iPhone search to call this up while strolling downtown. Trying to walk as funky as possible and pass it off as real walking. Try it.
jellyhelm Blip from the BART: the song stuck in my head since the NYT crossword.
   
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