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United States United States. DJ since Aug 27, 2008
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mandle Frank on Friday: "That's right folks. Don't touch that dial."
mandle Frank on Friday: "Here. Work these." MA (for mature audiences only). The Vocalese continues.
mandle Frank on Friday: and now for the Vocalese segment of this mornings program. Careful it might unbalance your glands.
mandle Frank on Friday: Ruth's mallets ablaze. "Good morning your highness".
mandle Frank on Friday: Now for a summertime classic. "Folks. This is a song about this place I used to live where they used to raise turkeys."
mandle Tom Waits – Jockey Full Of Bourbon
mandle Nels Cline (Wilco guitarist) will be appearing on the World Cafe TODAY 4/15 2PM ET ☛
mandle A little CHT to get the weekend started of right. Pump ya fists.
mandle Thanks @flipgonzo @LEMills @gloriabell @lwcavallucci et al. for the support. I'm so happy to be smoke free!

Ben Folds Five - Smoke (Strings)

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mandle Mas que Nada - Jorge Ben (it ain't Friday fun without a little bossa nova)
mandle "Let's talk about the future now / Let's put the past away" LIVE version.
mandle RB: @budesigns Saved by Zero - The Fixx (reblip)


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mandle I use the chorus as my ringtone. This slow rocker is so choice.

WilcoShake It Off

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mandle Undeniably fun. Harmonies so razor sharp the album ships with Band-aids.
mandle We need you more than ever Marvin.
mandle "Hey. How 'bout that chord that Ray just played?" - "The newest chord in all of Baltimore." Frank on Friday.


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mandle @zeeg "A Day In The Life" - I'd be proud to do some focused testing of the new service.

A Day In The Life

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