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Options October 27, 2008: Fill-in for Benjamen Walker

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Jackie McAuley  Turning Green   Options Jackie McAuley  Pye  0:00:00 ()
Clifford T. Ward  Wherewithall   Options Home Thoughts  Charisma  0:06:17 ()
George Harrison  If Not For You   Options All Things Must Pass  Apple  0:08:44 ()
Colin Hare  Bloodshot Eyes   Options March Hare  See For Miles  0:12:39 ()
David Hemmings  Anathea   Options Happens  MGM  0:15:06 ()
The Hillmen  Prisoner's Plea   Options The Hillmen  Sugar Hill  0:17:49 ()
Dee Dee Warwick  I'm Gonna Make You Love Me   Options I Want To Be With You  Mercury  0:25:57 ()
Alton Ellis  Muriel   Options Still In Love  Trojan  0:28:50 ()
Elton John  Mama Can't Buy You Love   Options The Thom Bell Sessions  MCA  0:32:32 ()
Devin The Dude  It's A Shame   Options 12"  Rap-A-Lot  0:36:21 ()
Amilcar  Wargasm In Pornotopia   Options Jubilee  Polydor  0:40:50 ()
Machine  There But For The Grace Of God Go I   Options 12"  RCA  0:44:02 ()
Johnny Hallyday  Viens   Options Riviere... Ouvre Ton Lit  Philips  0:56:14 ()
Jamul  Valley Thunder   Options Jamul  Lizard  0:58:21 ()
Moloch  Helping Hand   Options Moloch  Enterprise  1:01:40 ()
Thorinshield  Prelude To A Postlude   Options Thorinshield  Philips  1:04:30 ()
Dennis Wilson  End Of The Show   Options Pacific Ocean Blue  Caribou  1:11:02 ()
Paul Williams  Trust   Options Someday Man  Reprise  1:13:56 ()
The Everly Brothers  Green River   Options Stories We Could Tell  RCA  1:23:52 ()
Bob Lind  Cheryl's Goin' Home   Options Don't Be Concerned  World Pacific  1:27:52 ()
Jackie DeShannon  Laurel Canyon   Options Laurel Canyon  Imperial  1:30:18 ()
Susan Pillsbury  I Thought I Knew The Answers   Options Susan Pillsbury  Sweet Fortune  1:34:38 ()
Fraser & Debolt  Dance Hall Girls   Options Fraser & Debolt  Columbia  1:36:03 ()
Elizabeth Cotten  Shake Sugaree   Options Shake Sugaree  Folkways  1:39:52 ()
Jon Braden  Ribbons Of Friendship   Options Jon Braden  A&M  1:45:16 ()
Tokow Boys  Cri Masai   Options Tokow Boys  Virgin  1:58:10 ()
Revolving Paint Dream  In The Afternoon   Options Wow, Wild Summer!  Creation  2:01:47 ()
The Mice  Little Rage   Options Scooter  St. Valentine  2:05:22 ()
The Wedding Present  Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft   Options George Best  Reception  2:10:41 ()
Lio  Amoureux Solitaires   Options Premier Album  Attic  2:14:07 ()
The Heptones  In A Groove   Options In Love With You  United Artists  2:17:21 ()
Michael Nesmith  Keep On   Options And the Hits Just Keep On Comin'  RCA  2:30:38 ()
Willis Alan Ramsey  Goodbye To Old Missoula   Options Willis Alan Ramsey  Shelter  2:35:29 ()
Steve Young  I Begin To See Design   Options Seven Bridges Road  Blue Canyon  2:39:57 ()
Chris Smither  Statesboro Blues   Options Don't It Drag On  Poppy  2:42:00 ()
Nashville West  Ode To Billy Joe   Options Nashville West  Sierra Briar  2:46:07 ()
Waylon Jennings  T For Texas   Options Waylon Live  RCA  2:48:48 ()
Sid Selvidge  Wished I Had A Dime   Options The Cold Of The Morning  Peabody  2:53:08 ()
James Talley  Take Me To The Country   Options Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love  Torreon  2:56:04 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/27/08 9:00am Bad Ronald:

Howdy Hatch!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:01am Hatch:

Hello there, Ronald.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:06am GP:

Morning Hatch and Bad Ronald...are we still on 7"?
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:06am max:

is there a reason that this is not ben walker's show?
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:07am Hatch:

Nope... we're on all 12" vinyl! Some singles, but mostly LPs.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:07am Ypsi:

Hatch fills in for Benjamen this morning.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:08am Bad Ronald:

Mornin' GP - the 7" bit ended w/Brad's show.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:09am Hatch:

Ben is just taking the day off, Max.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:10am annie:

and an overcast yet pleasant day up here in downsville.. morning all.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:11am GP:

I hope ya'll do the 7"' thing again next year. I think everyone was amazed at what they were hearing and I know that I learned of a whole lot of new sounds that I NEED to track down.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:12am Momosuke Araki Jr.:

will there be a fishing with john segment today?
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:12am Bad Ronald:

Always happy to listen to you Hatch but I was kinda hoping Ben would have had some "Tales From Crypt" type comics for us today...

Yeah the 7" programming was stellar!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:14am Hatch:

No fishing with John, but I do have some fishing-related Halloween content.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:14am Parq:

Nice to have you turn up, H. Looking forward to the good word.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:15am Bad Ronald:

Now there's a perfect compromise!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:25am Bad Ronald:

Vinyl rules!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:25am trouble:

i am so enjoying your weekly fill-in schedule!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:26am Bad Ronald:

Jack Kittel - "Psycho"

RIP - Dee Dee
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:26am Hatch:

Me too Trouble! Let me know if you ever want to sleep in on a Thursday morn'.
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:28am GP:

To get the Halloween session going please look for Roy Clarks "Spooky Movies"....if you find that one than I truly know that FMU has EVERYTHING!

Morning Trouble!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:34am Miss Fit:

I remember when Hatch was on regularly...and I remember Halloween......Haaa Low Weeeeeean
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:36am trouble:

you got it , hatch! oh and i love your presidential seal!
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:46am SueB:

is this racist funk? or is it ironic on purpose? ami not hearing this right?
  Mon. 10/27/08 9:48am SueB:

oh i just read the lyrics
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:15am ?:

What song did you play to close out your old show with? I sounded like an instrumental version of the "Whats Up" song by 4 Non Blondes.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:18am jason:

man, it's like you never even left
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:22am bwalker:

it was great sleeping in today!! Hiya Hatch, Trouble, all!
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:23am robert:

found some good stuff at the fair. but the find was a 3 dollar evel knievel album, called "evel talks to kids", which includes the Knievel Theme Song.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:23am SueB:

Though i had wanted to be a mormon with that poofy hairdo - i could not find the right prarie dress. so i will be Julia from 1984 (Junior anti sex league member)
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:24am Webhamster Henry:

Paul Williams also wrote "Bugsy Malone" with the teenage Jodie Foster.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:25am jenniqua:

Hatch, I think you should dress up as the crazy McCain lady from the SNL skit. All you need is a mic, poofy bed-head hair and a McCain t-shirt. I am going to be David Bowie/Aladdin Sane with the lightning across the face.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:26am dc pat:

I want to go as this:
But, I think it's going to be too hard to even come close.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:27am Hatch:

That is a great idea Jenniqua. Thx.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:28am jason:

perhaps this mccain shirt-
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:42am north guinea hills:

this elizabeth cotten is quite stunning.....
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:43am annie:

i concur..
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:44am GP:

me too
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:44am lex:

Shake Sugaree, I heard this song about 30 years ago on WXPN in Philly. It's been haunting me ever since. So wonderfull to hear it again. Thanks.
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:46am annie:

wow... i'm stunned with the beauty of this music
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:46am PMD:

Yes, I wrote down Shake Sugaree and will try adn find the album..
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:48am annie:

chris smither covers sugaree, not as moving as eliz cotten, though
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:55am efd:

I probably mentioned this last Halloween, but I highly recommend Psychomania, a great early '70s English horror flick with an aging George Sanders in a pivotal role. I just watched it over the weekend for the first time in about 25 years, and it was as good as I remembered it!
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:56am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:56am Hatch:

Thank you EFD! Find any good power pop yesterday?
  Mon. 10/27/08 10:57am GP:

Its funny hearing this out of context it sounds like a movie from the 50's or a Twitlight Zone episode, especially the music track.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:00am dc pat:

ok, what film was THAT from?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:02am Hatch:

Prophecy, by John Frankenheimer.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:04am Bad Ronald:

This RPD tune's kinda nice!
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:06am north guinea hills:

elizabeth cotten on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMSYzFdloqY&mode=related&search=
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:09am efd:

Hatch, I'll let you know after I listen to everything tonight! I was looking for you around 5:30, but I think you'd left - found a table with some good UK singles.
(Record Fair Finds listening party on my show tomorrow night, btw!)
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:11am dc pat:

Elizabeth Cotten: closeups of left hand, upside down stringing are nice on that video.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:13am Hatch:

Yeah I had just left, and had run out of money anyway! Oh well.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:16am Parq:

Did they give stuff away at the end of Sunday like last year?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:22am rico:

hatch, what are you playing in the background right now?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:31am Hatch:

That was a track by Lindstrom & Prins Thomas.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:32am Parq:

Nobody -- nobody -- knows what percentage of people are telling the pollsters they're voting for Obama when they're actually volting for McCain. From the pollsters mouths to God's ears, but I for one am keeping my champagne corked for now.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:33am sloane:

Shh! Let's not jinx it, now. Don't let us start feeling comfortable; we gotta get out & vote!
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:34am annie:

parq it's why i just don't even trust exit polls. how can you possibly know the truth factor?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:35am Hatch:

There is absolutely no precedent for something like that happening on a massive scale, Parq. And even if there were a 6% "Bradley Effect" of people lying to pollsters, Obama would still probably win.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:36am detroitdave:

Why bother with ANY polls?? Vote for the candidate YOU like and forget the rest of the bullshit!
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:37am Carmichael:

I'm hopng for 10,000% voter turnout.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:38am dc pat:

there's also talk of the "reverse Bradeley effect"--Republicans that can't bear to vote for McCain/Palin and vote for Obama once in the booth.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:41am Parq:

Hatch, I realy don't mean to rain on your parade, but there is also absolutely no precedent for a black guy middle-named Hussain being one of the candidates. Honestely, I want to believe, but I've just got a bad gut feeling. Guess I'll just have to work on breathing exercises for the next eight days.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:44am GP:

Not to change the subject but.....dang, I wish I could play guitar like Chris on this "Statesboro Blues" song.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:45am Hatch:

It's gonna be okay buddy. We still have to vote of course, and I will be volunteering all week for the Obama campaign. But unless John McCain bludgeons Osama Bin Laden with his shoe within the week, it's over.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:45am Carmichael:

Honestly Parq, it's all over but the cryin'. Believe it: Our first African-American President.

As Kevin Bacon said in Animal House, "All is well!!"
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:46am Bruce:

Saw Chris Smither in Chicago. Wonderful show.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:46am Sean Daily:

Awright! The Penguin for President! Why choose the lesser of two evils?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:47am R. P.:

I agree with sloane, these poll results may hurt Obama, since people may become complacent and not vote. The stat that's been bothering me regards who actually votes: 20% of the 20-year olds and 80% of the 80-year olds. It would help to make sure that you bring others with you when you go to vote.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:48am detroitdave:

great Batman clip!
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:49am annie:

he did a small show at west kortright up here in new york. old church venue.. wonderful ambiance..
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:49am Parq:

Awright, comic book stuff. That's the ticket. This whole thing is playing like a comic book.

Off-topic, I met Chris Smither decades ago. Nice guy, but not very articulate. I s'pose he was just tired from his set.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:49am jhn:

WFMU hates freedom.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:50am Parq:

We also hate God, America and hard work, jhn. And we're elitist.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:51am GP:

Thanks for the Waylon Hatch.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:52am zoot:

Don't worry, R.P, my 80 year old father has been working hard for Obama. One of his major tasks - registering young folk and getting them to the polls. This will be a big turnout year all around.
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:52am Ike:

The real problem is the ES&S iVotronic voting machines switching peoples' votes -- reports say this is already happening with early voting in MO, WV, and TX.

As for polls, enthusiasm is much lower among Repubs than Dems this year, so I think the polls could be accurate. I don't see why someone would LIE and claim to be voting for Obama when actually voting for McCain. But will we be *allowed* to vote accurately?
  Mon. 10/27/08 11:57am jhn:

If hating hard work makes you an elitist, then I must be a member of the Ancien RĂ©gime.
  Mon. 10/27/08 12:00pm GP:

  Mon. 10/27/08 12:00pm GP:

Hatch what are you playing in background?
  Mon. 10/27/08 12:01pm Parq:

Read last week's "Doonesbury" on the subject of counter-elitism.
  Mon. 10/27/08 12:11pm Hatch:

The last track was (and almost always is) "Avslutning" by Bjorn Olsson.
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