Number 11 and up

It’s night time in the big city

A man tries to wash the lipstick off his collar in the men’s room sink

It’s hard to find a legitimate masseuse around here

Singers and Songs

  • Bobby “Blue” Bland
    “I always wanted an introduction like this for myself.”
  • Prince Buster
    30 Pieces of Silver
  • Muddy Waters
    Forty Days and Forty Nights
    “Many days and many nights…not to be confused with the Mennonites, who are also in the bible”
  • 100,000 Women Can’t Be Wrong
  • Floyd Dixon
    Girl Fifteen
  • 36 Inches High
    “…with a song that you’re gonna say after you heard it, ‘What’d he say?!?’”
  • Sonny Boy Williamson
    “Our next artist is one of only three performers that we play on TTRH who had his face on a bag of flour…if you think you know the other two make sure and take the TTRH quiz, available now on line. There’s no prizes to speak of, we’re just trying to gather some information on our listeners.”
  • Toots and the Maytals
    54-46 Was My Number
  • 39-21-46
    “A slightly different shape on a slightly different woman – a man after my own heart.”
  • Connie Allen with Todd Rhodes and his Orchestra
    Rocket 69
    “I don’t know how they got this one past the censors.”
  • Joe Mooney Quartet
    A Man With One Million Dollars
  • Ann Peebles
    99 Lbs
    “Every time I see her name, I think she’s Fred Flintstone’s daughter.”
  • Howlin’ Wolf
    Three Hundred Pounds of Joy
  • NRBQ
    12 Bar Blues
  • Merle Haggard
    C’mon 65
    “Life’s musical reporter”

Other People and Players

Other Songs and Albums

The Radio Shows

  • King Biscuit Flower Hour
  • The Moondog Show

Record Labels

  • Duke
    “Where the smart money always was”


  • Egypt
  • England
  • New Orleans
  • California
  • Helena, AR
  • The United Kingdom
  • Japan
  • Hungary
  • Puerto Rico
  • Norway
  • Cleveland
  • Patterson, NJ
  • Hollywood
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Burlington, VT
  • New York


Some Famously Corpulent People

  • Winston Churchill
  • Notorious B.I.G.
  • Jackie Gleason
  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • President Taft
    "Our fattest president"


“This is Theme Time Radio Hour, where we’re lookin’ at the new math…nah, I’m just kidding. We’re talking about numbers, old school.”