“What IS that flower you have on??” How many times have we asked that question, you say? Doc and the MadDude axx it just once more in this tribute to early 1970s country and pop. MadMan shares his rich OKC airshow experience with Doc and our good friends who listen in. An unforgettable performance by the Blue Angels rocked his socks along with Mrs. MadMan and MadMia bookending it.
Doc fires back with a story about an unexpected encounter with two F-14 Tomcats… while sitting in a CLASSROOM ! Old experiences come forward with tales from Airbases Past. Climbing roses, ‘maters ? We’re trying ! Stick around for what Tanya Tucker and Helen Reddy couldn’t accomplish with five million singles as the Daft and Deft Duo manage with their own brand of penache and flatus. Join them on this randy romp through the Oklahoma Hills with another perspective of contemporary culture. Dey be DJammin’ it fa SHO!
The witching hour, you say? P’shaw ! Let that ever-lovin’ light shine on me ! Although this song was about a train, in part, Doc and MadMan re-sect the Creedence classic, only to learn that it’s an OLD, old blues song with roots deep in the sweltering south.
MadMan and the Daft Doc discuss at length the unexpected historic flooding in Eastern Oklahoma. Hundreds of thousands are people are displaced or completely homeless, having lost all they have worked an entire lifetime to attain. Interstate 40 was re-routed through our lovely town because the main artery was closed due to the flooding. Brings back memories of the I-40 bridge collapse due to the barges ramming it in 2002. The roads disintegrated overnight. WOW !
A short tip to the Mudlarks of this year’s Rocklahoma and the trillions of brain cells which must have died painful deaths. What a mess !
Stick around for a great night of occasional banter, a laugh or three and a halfway glance into our own polluted perspectives. WE BE DJAMMIN’ !
DJMM 5-21-2019 episode 193 Smooth as Tennessee Whiskey
Can you hear The Possum’s call to his country lover? Yup, we start tonight with the comparison of a lovely young love interest to cheap rotgut and sodey-pop wine ! MadMan and his non-medical colleague take on the task of examining the body politic of America, solving the problems of mankind in general, and examine the necessity of a good pizza, plenty of Diet Coke and a strong capo. Join us this week for another half hour of country covers and wry perspective of pop culture ! DJAMMin it !
I been to two goat ropin’s and a county fair and I ain’t never heard nothin’ like it ! Yessir … it’s a wonder any one of us will make it to heaven at all after seein’ the likes of what we’ve witnessed ! To-nite, DJ and MM wend their country hearts through a Billy Joe Shaver Fa-Vo-rite. “I been to Georgia on a Fast Train.”
The Dynamite Dreadnoughts talk about shopping online, the perils of wearing false teeth and all the things a person could possibly dream up when living in a small town. Stick with us as we contemplate the needs, wants, desires and ample attitudes of two everyday Super Heroes going about their wondrous everyday lives. It’s a thrill every ten seconds of every minute times one tonite for DJ and MM: Featuring Phyllis Diller, Buckminster Fuller, Groucho Marx and Topo Gigio . TONITE… we be DJAMMIN’ !! -DJMM
Tonight’s gig is a rambling tour through the seventies rock scene with a tip to the Duane Allman. Even tho MadMan has his slide in the shop, we still manage a short wail along the trail of the Midnight Rider. We give a sweet nod to the upcoming beautiful spring we’re having in Oklahoma… and wonder how some folks still manage to keep their drivers licenses.
Stay with us and don’t do anything we wouldn’t, but you’ll have to listen to find out what that is !
GRANNY: “Well, it’s bloomin’ right big, but it’s not smellin’ right.”
When cars were bigger than most bedrooms and burned more gas than a chain of Mexican restaurants could generate. When men wore Hawaiian shirts in public without shame, and Dad Jokes were considered poor taste. When patriots saluted the flag and knew the 50 states by heart; everyone knew Don Ho. During the whorling madness that developed into 1970s America, Don Ho was a living legend. A native Hawaiian himself, he was a staple on the Honolulu night club circuit and his signature song, Tiny Bubbles, was on the novelty play list of every variety show host, comedian and entertainer in the world. It was estimated that Don sang his personal anthem more than 100,000 times in his long and storied career, and the champagne it immortalized went on to set its own solid place in party history. Tonight, Doc and MadMan whoop their brand of Okie Tusk on Don Ho’s favorite ditty, and discuss the nature of world politics, episode count and the upcoming Okie Tusk Festival to be held May 11 at the Haskell County Courthouse lawn. Be there or be uncool, mere mortals. For DJAMM will ride and rail that night on site with The Destination, all right ! DJAMM it to heck !