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Top five desert island albums?

BF: Bob Dylan: "Bob Dylan."

The Anthology of American Folk Music (Compiled by Harry Smith).

Dave van Ronk: "The Folkways Years."

Townes van Zandt: "Live at the Old Quarter."

Travelling Wilburys: "Volume 1."

MM: Wow that's way too hard but here are five albums I'm really enjoing at the moment:

Pavement: "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain."

Bob Dylan: "Blonde on Blonde."

M. Ward: "Transfiguration of Vincent."

My Morning Jacket: "It Still Moves."

Dr. Dog : "We All Belong."

Theme song on a Monday morning?

BF: "So Long Marianne," Leonard Cohen.

MM: I'm not sure my Monday morning deserves a theme song, but I think the Black Keys' "10 A.M. Automatic" would get the day off to a good start.

Soundtrack on a Saturday night?

BF: "Wake Up," Dr. Dog, over and over again, stressing the second half of course.

MM: Lionel Richie "Dancing on the Ceiling." No, no wait just kidding, definitely Lionel Richie "All Night Long."

What's the first album you ever bought?

BF: "Magical Mystery Tour," the Beatles.

MM: I'm not sure if I bought this album or if it was given to me, but I remember getting down at a very early age to a CD titled "Millennium Funk Party." Kool & The Gang, Curtis Mayfield, Parliament...hell yes.

What's your music guilty pleasure?

BF: The theme songs to "Saved by the Bell," "Family Matters," and "Step by Step."

MM: Hall and Oats "Rich Girl" or anything from Matt Eshelman's "Babies Making Babies" playlist.

What's the best live show you've ever seen?

BF: Bob Dylan and the Raconteurs last year down in Portland. Dylan's predictability was totally outdone by the sheer ear-bleeding capabilities of the Raconteurs.

MM: Wilco and My Morning Jacket in 2005 at the Albright Knox, Buffalo, NY. Two of my favorite bands together for an all-around super show.

If you were the dictator of a small country, what would your national anthem be?

BF: "Quinn the Eskimo" or "Mozambique," Bob Dylan.

MM: Robert Goulet: "Begin to Love."

If you were going into battle, what song would be blasting on your iPod?

BF: "Right Now," Van Halen, but I'd prefer listening on a walkman.

MM: Rage Against the Machine: "Bulls On Parade."

Artist/band you banked on making it big and then they broke up:

BF: Gustafer Yellowgold. The dude could play and his cute yellow friend sure could dance.

MM: The KPR Revolution...so much potential.

"Dutch and Lassie's Wicked Sweet Folk Hour, and a half," airs Tuesdays from 10 p.m.-11:30 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM.