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Options August 3, 2009

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
George "Bongo Joe" Coleman  Innocent Little Doggie   Options George Coleman: Bongo Joe  Photobucket  0:00:00 ()
The Units  Red   Options The Early Years of the Units 1977-1983    0:07:06 ()
39 Clocks  Shake the Hippie   Options Pain It Dark  Photobucket  0:11:57 ()
Compulsive Gamblers  Stop and Think It Over   Options Crystal Gazing Luck Amazing    0:15:35 ()
The Creation  How Does It Feel to Feel   Options Making Time  Photobucket  0:18:53 ()
The Scruffs  She Say Yea   Options Wanna Meet the Scruffs?    0:21:58 ()
Sir Doug & the Texas Tornadoes  I Love the Way You Love (the Way I Love You)   Options Texas Rock for Country Rollers  Photobucket  0:24:49 ()
Music behind DJ:
John Fahey 
Sunflower River Blues   Options John Fahey/Peter Lang/Leo Kottke    0:30:17 ()
The Youngbloods  Smug   Options Elephant Mountain    0:36:00 ()
Big Star  The Ballad of El Goodo   Options #1 Record/Radio City  Photobucket  0:38:10 ()
The Byrds  Full Circle   Options Byrds    0:42:29 ()
Chris Darrow  Albuquerque Rainbow   Options Under My Own Disguise    0:45:15 ()
The City (Carole King)  I Wasn't Born to Follow   Options Now That Everything's Been Said  Photobucket  0:48:17 ()
Coyle & Sharpe  Werewolf   Options On the Loose    0:51:59 ()
Castin' My Spell  Johnny Otis Band   Options Johnny Otis: the Capitol Years  Photobucket  0:55:11 ()
Music behind DJ:
Vine Street Swing 
Johnny Otis Band   Options Johnny Otis: the Capitol Years    0:57:26 ()
Tommy James & the Shondells  Run Baby Run   Options   Photobucket  1:01:43 ()
Surf City  Canned Food   Options S/T    1:04:02 ()
T. Rex  Mambo Sun   Options   Photobucket  1:06:13 ()
The Buzzcocks  Love is Lies   Options Love Bites    1:09:52 ()
Slapp Happy  The Drum   Options   Photobucket  1:13:02 ()
Music behind DJ:
Shankar Family and Friends 
Dispute and Violence   Options     1:18:45 ()
Nick Drake  The Road   Options Pink Moon  Photobucket  1:19:54 ()
Jesse Fuller  Ninety Nine Years and One Dark Day   Options Move On Down the Line    1:21:54 ()
Professor Longhair  Tipitina   Options Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974  Photobucket  1:24:47 ()
Marie Adams  Ma (He's Makin' Eyes at Me)   Options Johnny Otis: the Capitol Years    1:27:23 ()
Betty Harris  Cry to Me   Options Oxford American Southern Music CD #9  Photobucket  1:29:47 ()
The Kinks  Death of a Clown   Options     1:32:59 ()
Music behind DJ:
Kill People (Jack Dangers MBM Mix)   Options FRKWYS Vol. 2: Excepter  Photobucket  1:36:07 ()
The Famous Jug Band  Can't Stop Thinking About It   Options     1:41:20 ()
Mayo Thompson  The Lesson   Options Corky's Debt to His Father  Photobucket  1:44:32 ()
Whysp  Travels of Youth   Options Whysp    1:47:14 ()
COB - Clive Palmer  Chains of Love   Options Moyshe McStiff and the Tartan Lancers of the Sacred Heart    1:53:54 ()
Sandy Denny  Ballad of Easy Rider   Options   Photobucket  1:57:07 ()
Music behind DJ:
Chet Atkins 
Melissa   Options     2:01:55 ()
The Pretty Things  What's the Use   Options Parachute  Photobucket  2:04:14 ()
Bill Fay  Screams in the Ears   Options     2:05:59 ()
Donovan  Get Thy Bearings   Options   Photobucket  2:09:17 ()
Exuma  You Don't Know What's Going On   Options     2:12:08 ()
Rev. E.D. Campbell  Take Me To the Water   Options Take Me to the Water  Photobucket  2:15:26 ()
Music behind DJ:
Peter Walker 
Morning Joy   Options Rainy Day Ragas    2:18:38 ()
Neil Young  Come on Baby Let's Go Downtown   Options     2:22:16 ()
Nina Simone  I Shall Be Released   Options   Photobucket  2:29:38 ()
Stevie Wonder  We Can Work It Out   Options     2:30:09 ()
Little Sister  Somebody's Watching You   Options     2:33:17 ()
Sly and the Family Stone  You Caught Me Smilin'   Options   Photobucket  2:36:12 ()
Music behind DJ:
Booker T & the MG's 
Chinese Checkers   Options     2:38:52 ()
Harry Nilsson  Jump Into the Fire   Options   Photobucket  2:43:43 ()
The Fresh & Onlys  Let's Hang   Options The Fresh & Onlys    2:45:05 ()
The Beach Boys  Thier Hearts Were Full of Spring   Options     2:47:37 ()
Townes van Zandt  Come Tomorrow   Options   Photobucket  2:50:10 ()
Pacific Rim Dulcimer Project  Living in the Country   Options     2:54:06 ()
Bob Dylan & Ronnie Blakely  Never Let Me Go   Options   Photobucket  2:54:58 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 8/3/09 8:03pm Betsy:

Hey errrbody!
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:09pm fishmonkeystew:

oi! Hi Betsy! First time listener, long-time WFMU listener. Nice show. I'm diggin' it. Thanks!
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:10pm Betsy:

Hey, thanks FishMonkeyDeliciousStew!
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:20pm aharon:

No Trent: Boooooo!
But whatever Betsy's playing: Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
So I guess it balances out.
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:22pm Betsy:

Awwww! Thanks! I know I miss Trent too. ;)
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:24pm Mr Woman:

Monday blah - show though silly great. Thanks be your way. That Trent good, but when speaks is my nerves buzz like too much Williamsburg. Good nacht peoples!
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:26pm Betsy:

Ummm...awesome! Silly bees great.
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:45pm denizen:

wow, so where are those texas tornado mp3s? I'm not finding them... amazing work.
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:48pm Betsy:

Hi! Try this: http://www.arthurmag.com/2009/07/28/headneck-bonanza-doug-sahm-live-in-1972-with-leon-russell-and-the-dead/
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:49pm Dave B in NYC:

is it me, or is this out of phase/dead channel on the stream. Music strong/vocals weak
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:51pm Betsy:

Hi Dave, are you barely hearing the vocals? It sounds ok in here, but it's not the best recording...I'll check my levels, thanks.
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:54pm Dave B in NYC:

last two songs sounded wonky. as if whatever channel the vocals were on was dead.
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:56pm Betsy:

Huh. Thanks for letting me know. This tune sounds ok in here now, lemme know if you keep having trouble hearing the vox. -B
  Mon. 8/3/09 8:57pm denizen:

thanks. that werewolf track was amazing. should be played along with deleuze becoming animal
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:03pm Betsy:

Hey Denizen, yes I LOVE Coyle & Sharpe! Everything on there is hilarious.
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:12pm seang:

Diggin this Betsy, a memphis vibe goin on
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:14pm Betsy:

Hey seang, glad you're enjoying it!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:24pm Jason B:

Got you streaming in PDX right now. Sent you a note about DLing rar stuff.
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:25pm Betsy:

Hey Jason! I saw it -I'm psyched to check out the mix! Thanks.
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:30pm Dan:

Checkin' in for a sec from work before they drag me away again - and HOT DAMN this looks like a good show so far! Keep it rockin', girl!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:31pm Betsy:

Wow, thanks Dan-O! Good luck at work.
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:41pm Rampler:

Hi Betsy!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:42pm Betsy:

Hi Rampler!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:52pm Tom L (Hallock Hill):

YO Betsy. Just went on FB by accident really and read your status, so here I am for a few. How are you? So far amazing stuff for me!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:53pm Betsy:

Hey there! I still want that Baby Grandmothers tune!! ;)

Doin' great Tom, glad you're here. -B
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:55pm Tom L (Hallock Hill):

Just e-mailed it to you!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:58pm Betsy:

Hey thanks Tom, got it!
  Mon. 8/3/09 9:59pm Tom L (Hallock Hill):

This Sandy Denny is incredible. Who is the electric guitar player?
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:01pm Betsy:

Hmm, I just assumed it's Blind Richie Boy Thompson, but I don't know!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:05pm Dan:

Oh my god - one of my top tracks from my all-time favorite Pretties record! You just made my evening. ;)
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:08pm Tom L (Hallock Hill):

Best Bill Fay track ever. Just ahead of "Methane River." Awesome. You are of course right about Sir Richard the Blind Thompson.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:08pm Betsy:

Oh, yaaay!! Yeah, I love that song.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:09pm Betsy:

Tom, I only know this one and Cannon's Plain - wanna hear more
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:10pm Tom L (Hallock Hill):

The orchestration is surreal and amazing. Mind blowing. If you want to hear more you came to the right place. I have it all... You know Wilco frequently covers "Be Not So Fearful," right? Jim O'Rourke introduced Fay to Tweedy and he loves him.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:10pm Dan:

Just FYi, that Bill Fay tune was "Screams in the Ears," not "Some Good Advice". (That was on the flip side.) Oh man - Donovan now? NIIIIIIICE!!!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:11pm Betsy:

Ha! Thanks Dan - you are bailing me out ONCE AGAIN! Discographical details. Ugh.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:12pm Betsy:

Guess the song title's kind of a big detail. ;)
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:12pm Tom L:

Excellent point, Dan. Didn't notice that. Don't worry Betsy, it does not affect the awesomeness of the song.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:15pm Dan:

Agreed. Total awesomeness indeed.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:15pm Tom L:

Betsy--I remember the first show of yours I heard you played "The Mystery" by the Shiva Lillas off of the "Sound of Ascencion" disk--I sought that disk out (not easy to do!) and it is wild stuff. Hidden track 16 needs to be referred to the next time you are in San Francisco...
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:17pm Betsy:

Oh yeah, I listened to the silence for a long time on that last track, 'cause I knew there was something in there. My friend does yoga to that Shiva LIllies song!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:23pm meadows:

great show, betsy prime time.
love that 'take me to the water' book. dust to digital never disappoints.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:26pm Betsy:

Oh, Meadows! Thanks and see you SOON!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:34pm meds:

p.s. almost called you from prospect park sat. night. shoulda.
yeah, see you soon. in a dress i presume.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:36pm Betsy:

I was on Cape Cod Saturday! Yep, dress. See you soon. ;)
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:42pm Mike Sin:

It was cool to hear that version of "Somebody's Watching You" by Little Sister. Thanks. That track actually charted "back in the day." In addition, I'd guess that was the first use of a primitive drum/rhythm machine on a commercial record....
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:43pm Betsy:

Oh yeah, SLy & the Family Stone have a version too, don't they? Anyway, glad you liked it! I love the way it sounds - myabeyou're right about the drum machine
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:43pm Tom L:

Harry N. is so ridiculously good.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:44pm Betsy:

Agreed. This song espesh kills me
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:46pm Jason B:

Chaka Kahn also does a version on as live record. The flip is another fav. Stanga. Do you have the XI9 or Joe Hicks stuff on Stone Flower? THanks for all the great stuff, gotta put the kids to bed.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:47pm Betsy:

I don't know X19 or Joe Hicks or anything of which you speak! G'night Jason!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:48pm saintpeg:

Thanks for saving my Monday night! Have loved every minute.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:49pm Toronto Jim:

Mike Sin: Was just ruminating on your topic, and "Popcorn" came to my mind. There aren't any "drum"-sounds on it, but the whole very staccato thing is undeniably "rhythmic". I shrug... Who knows... But anyway, that tune was first recorded in 1969.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:49pm Betsy:

Oh, hey saintpeg! Thanks so much.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:51pm ?:

Little Sister had two singles on Sly's Stoneflower label as did aforementioned XI9 and Joe Hicks. All featured early drum machine spookiness. G'night
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:51pm Betsy:

YOu mean Popcorn by Hot Butter? I learned a dance to that song in my church youth group.
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:56pm Tom L:

Awesome Betsy, have a great night. I'm running downstairs to get my Bobby Gentry album--haven't listened to it in years. When your show is over, I'll dive in. Thanks for the memory!
  Mon. 8/3/09 10:58pm Betsy:

Cool, have a great night with Bobbie!
  Fri. 8/7/09 8:50pm Grassy Point Jim:

Thanks for a great show, heard it on the 90.1, happy to get to hear my favorite tunes again on the pop up..keep up the good work
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