PMB211: Root Vegetables (Modular, Lord Rockingham’s XI, Susan Christie, Chuck Mitchell, Fred Astaire, Teaitu & L’Orchestre Les Tropiques, Dorothy Dino Rice, Bobby Troup, Dick Hyman)

PMB211: Root VegetablesSwitch the oven on and get your peelers ready, dear listener, as we bring you a show dedicated to those hearty members of the plant kingdom, root vegetables. Thanks to Space Disco Jeff for suggesting this week’s theme which has resulted in us digging up a positive cornucopia of musical goodness.


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The Music

1. Modular: Revolución de Vegetales from Fantasías de un Robot Psicodélico Buy on Amazon
2. Lord Rockingham’s XI: Fried Onions from Decca Singles Compilation Buy on Amazon
3. Susan Christie: I Love Onions from Rock & Roll. Original Hits.vol.2 Buy on Amazon Rock & Roll. Original Hits.vol.2 - Susan Christie
4. Chuck Mitchell: Plant a Radish from {Combinations} Buy on Amazon {Combinations} - Chuck Mitchell
5. Fred Astaire: The Yam Steps (As Explained by Fred Astaire) from The Early Years at RKO Buy on Amazon The Early Years at RKO - Fred Astaire
6. Teaitu & L’Orchestre Les Tropiques: Ragout Pommes De Terre from Tahitian Lost Paradise Vol 1 Buy on Amazon
7. Dorothy Dino Rice: Donkeys Are In Love With Carrots – Round from Rounds, Rhymes, & Silly Songs Buy on Amazon Rounds, Rhymes, & Silly Songs - Dorothy Dino Rice
8. Bobby Troup: Tulip or Turnip from Bobby Troup and His Stars of Jazz (Mono Version) – EP Buy on Amazon Bobby Troup and His Stars of Jazz (Mono Version) - EP - Bobby Troup
9. Dick Hyman: Green Onions from The Age of Electronicus Buy on Amazon

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3 Responses to PMB211: Root Vegetables (Modular, Lord Rockingham’s XI, Susan Christie, Chuck Mitchell, Fred Astaire, Teaitu & L’Orchestre Les Tropiques, Dorothy Dino Rice, Bobby Troup, Dick Hyman)

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  2. William jeffery says:

    When I hear a track from the podcast I think to myself “Wait I’ve heard that before”, or “I think I’ve heard that before”. The first track was labeled new, but I swear it was from a movie. I was in my past life a dental technician who worked in a basement fashioning crowns and bridges from porcelain, so the full meaning of the subject of root vega tables became only progressively meaningful to me. We always had such a hard time getting
    a radio signal from that basement , in fact, at the time the only one we could get was from an outrageous mariachi station,that soon reached a conclusion, only after certain regional political measures were taken. We believed they sent their signals from plumbing networks. Afterwords we were forced to listen to the internet and the podcasts it provided, yours was the favorite that my workmates and I provided. Although I never supported you financially, I’ve always tried to mention you as a reference during conversation.

    • admin says:

      Your subterranean support is appreciated and no doubt accounts for a spike in our popularity amongst mole people. Thank you and keep digging.