While people like Harvey Levin have made the art of hosting a program a mere reduction of eye-rolling and clutching an overgrown child's sippy-cup, some of us in the contemporary media want to work for your respect, and entertain, dammit. So it's a serious thing when the Hoboken's Yo La Tengo (joined by their pal and sometimes-WFMU Speakeasy sidekick Bruce Bennett) go live with mistress and master of ceremonies Pseu Braun and Gaylord Fields to create some of the best and most spontaneous radio of WFMU's annual marathon this Friday night, March 13th from 8-11 PM. It's an annual ritual (and one documented in the past on CD here): YLT come to WFMU's aid yearly by taking your requests for cover songs, any cover songs at all, in exchange for your pledge to the station. It's the last week of the fundraiser, so if you've missed out, get in. It's all to support the greatest independent radio station in the land, who vow to never interrupt Jerry Bruckheimer's dinner to ask him on mic what he thought of the Chimpanzee lady. Though WFMU's Kenny G did plop himself down with Asha Bhosle when she was chowing once to ask her what she thought of Robert Ashley operas.