Options Are We There Yet? with Tamar: Playlist from September 16, 2010 Options

Hither and zither and yon and on. Except for the zither. Mostly.

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Options September 16, 2010: Taking my harp to a bouzouki party

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments
Ella Mae Morse  40 Cups of Coffee   Options Very Best of  Collectables  CD   
Little Ceasar & the Romans  Yoyo Yo Yoyo   Options Del-Fi Doo Wop, Honey For Sale (v/a)  Del-Fi  CD   
Ratto ja Lehtisalo  Hamaran Matkamiehet   Options Uumama  Ektro  CD  a lot of umlats, actually 
Patti Smith Group  Dancing Barefoot   Options Wave  Arista  LP   
Sandy Salisbury  Do Unto Others   Options Sandy  Poptones  CD   
Francois le Sinner  Yummy, Yummy, Yummy   Options   Jupiter  45   
Koes Plus  Djangan Selalu Marah   Options Dheg Dheg Plas & Volume Two  Sublime Frequencies  CD   
Essatu Tessemma  Abebayenesh   Options Ethiopiques Vol. 25: 1971-1975 Modern Roots  Buda Musique  CD   
The Mangeshkar Family  can anyone here read Hindi?   Options The Phenomenal Mangeshkars  Odeon/EMI  LP   
Abbass Mehrpouya  Ghame Tanhai   Options Mehrpouya Sitar  Persianna  CD-R   
The Folkswingers  Homeward Bound   Options Raga Rock  World Pacific  LP   
Music behind DJ:
Phil Kraus 
Japanese Sandman   Options        
Noveller  Almost Alright   Options Desert Fires  Saffron  CD   
Kate Bush  Strange Phenomenon   Options The Kick Inside  EMI America  LP   
Joanna Newsom  '81   Options Have One on Me  Drag City  CD box set   
Gracie Fields  I Took My Harp to a Party   Options "Amazing Gracie" -- The Incomparable Gracie Fields  Saville  LP   
Harpo Marx  Guardian Angels   Options Harpo  Mercury  LP   
Jonny Teupen  Blue Tattoo   Options Harpadelic  MPS Records  CD   
Djibril Diabate  Adjamadinaka   Options Hawa  Terp  CD   
Phil Kraus  Kashmiri Song   Options The Percussive Phil Kraus  Golden Crest  LP   
Devo  Please Baby Please   Options Something For Everybody  Warner Brothers  CD   
E.U.  Party Hearty   Options Do the Right Thing soundtrack  Motown/Universal  CD   
Messer Frau Muller  Good Riddance   Options Remixodelica  KM.RU  CD   
Dimples D  Sucker DJs   Options     MP3   
Dan Deacon  Paddling Ghost   Options Bromst  Carpark  CD   
El Guincho  Costa Paraiso   Options Alegranza  Discoteca Oceano  CD   
Joan Soriano  La Mamandela   Options El Duque de la Bachata  Iaso  CD   
Music behind DJ:
Phil Kraus 
In a Persian Market   Options        
J. Tatassopoulos, J. Stamatiou, Ploly Panou  E Megali Mou Agapi   Options Bouzoukee Party  Nina  LP   
Turid   Crystal Shade of Loneliness   Options Stars and Angels: Songs 1971-75  RPM  CD   
Mona Fong  The Moonlit Villa   Options East & West  EMI  LP   
Gary Lucas  Old Dreams   Options The Edge of Heaven: Plays Mid-Century Chinese Pop  Indigo  CD   
The Loud Family  Aerodeliria   Options Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things  Alias  CD   
Stuart Moxham  It Says Here   Options Personal Best  Habit  CD   
Music behind DJ:
Phil K 
In a Persian Market   Options        
Orchestre Guelewar de Banjul  Kelefa Sane   Options Senegal: Echo Musical (V/A)  Syllart  CD   
Ennio Morricone  Thrilling   Options Selections From The Ennio Morricone Chronicles  BMG Japan  CD box set   
Alif  Addu Kalpin   Options Dakamerap    MP3   
Lushus  Da   Options Red Blushes  Tocado Records  CD   
France Gall  Kilimandscharo   Options Die Grosse Star Parade  Decca  LP   
Our Daughter's Wedding  Lawn Chairs   Options Digital Cowboy  EMI America  Vinyl   
The Lebron Brothers Orchestra  Tall Tale   Options Psychedelic Goes Latin  Cotique  LP   
Music behind DJ:
Phil Kraus 
Japanese Sandman   Options        
Aloe Blacc  Hey Brother   Options Good Things  Stones Throw  CD   
Pagadeja Custom Band  Okpe See   Options Afro-Beat Airways (v/a)  Analog Africa  CD   
The Boots  Baby, Please Don't Go   Options Here Are the Boots  Telefunken  LP   
The Feminine Complex  I Don't Want Another Man   Options Livin' Love  Rev-Ola  CD   
Sheila  La Vie est Belle   Options   Phillips  EP   
Les Surfs  Shoop Shoop . . . Va L'Embrasser   Options   Festival  EP   

Listener comments!

  Thu. 9/16/10 12:06pm Dale from North Dakota:

Good afternoon Tamar, hope that all is well with you today! Looking forward to some great music in the next three hours.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:08pm north guinea hills:

This is the only Patti Smith song I like.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:09pm Parq:

Patti's "Dancing Barefoot" always knocks me flat. The whole "Wave" album is way-underrated.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:33pm Mike East:

you've got me mindlessly singing simon and garfunkel at my desk. Great set Tamar.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:34pm PMD:

Hi there - really enjoying!
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Happy Thursday, Tamar.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:37pm Carmichael:

Hiya Tamar!
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:38pm Tamar:

Hi peoples, thanks for listening!
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:39pm fat bastard:

good stuff
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:46pm PMD:

I haven't heard Kate Bush in so long...
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:46pm dale:

hello miss tamar. shout out for early kate bush
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:46pm Carmichael:

Rollin' the ball, rollin' the ball ....
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:47pm postmanpaul:

Hi Tamar. Ah, Kate Bush. She is a Goddess.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:48pm Mike East:

I was in a Kate Bush cover band for a brief time...never played any shows
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:49pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

somehow I missed the Kate Bush Express when it rolled through...I think back then I only listened to music produced before 1972.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:52pm zoot:

Brings to mind Kate's first appearance on SNL. Introduced by Eric Idle, if I'm not mistaken. And I'm certain she was singing and miming Rollin' the ball. Pretty amusing, as I recall.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:52pm postmanpaul:

And so too is Joanna.
@ DCEyes - give Aerial a go.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:53pm Daniel:

On these very comments pages, I once compared Joanna Newsom to Kate Bush, which attracted some angry responses. But now, hearing that Newsom song, I think of Laura Nyro.
  Thu. 9/16/10 12:58pm dale:

I heard Wuthering Heights on a Toronto radio station (US stations were way behind) and found her in an import bin. I stared at her inthose red legwarmers every time i put the rekkid on the zenith console. lionheart and the dreaming are my faves though.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:01pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

@Postmanpaul--thanks, will investigate
@Daniel--I heard the similarites instantly--your comments were justified regardless
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:03pm Ike:

I just drifted back. This Diabate is lovely. Reminds me of Salieu Suso, who plays a gorgeous kora at various subway stations sometimes.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:16pm Mike East:

That DEVO just made my day I think.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:19pm fat bastard:

devo made me barf a little
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:22pm postmanpaul:

Was that not Devo?
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:24pm dale:

my wife and i just discussed a cinnabon commercial using autonahn, and their hats are cinnamon buns.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:26pm Alex:

gotta love that Sucker DJs - I have this on an old radio tape of Mr. Jive (WFMU DJ in late 80's early 90's)
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:29pm fat bastard:

yay dan deacon
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:30pm D:

Love the DD.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:41pm Detroit Mac:

Just heard ARROW has died. Any chance you can play any of his stuff (and NOT Hot-Hot-Hot)?
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:45pm BruceF:

"Please baby, please."

from She's Gotta' Have It.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:46pm slugluv1313:

oh no! no more ARROW???
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:49pm Dale from North Dakota:

This is very reminiscent of Annie Haslam. Very soothing.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:55pm postmanpaul:

Nice show Tamar - love the way you're mixing 'em.
  Thu. 9/16/10 1:59pm David:

The Loud Family -- Chris Stamey's kids? Nice.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:00pm BSI:

Oblio's dog? baah, now I've got that damned Nilsson tune in my head...
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:03pm Bad Ronald:

Speaking of Nilsson has anyone seen Who Is Harry Nilsson?
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:07pm Bill K:

More Bouzouki!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:08pm stingy d:

not meaning to sound like a smug jerk, but very openly and honestly: is dan deacon still popular?
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:09pm Tamar:

Bruce-- thought so. thanks.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:16pm postmanpaul:

Bad Ronald, hi my man, have just peaked at Who Is Harry Nilsson? And I like it.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:17pm postmanpaul:

Bad Ronald, hi my man, have just peaked at Who Is Harry Nilsson? And I like it.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:18pm postmanpaul:

Ah - twin peaks!!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:18pm herr noiser:

what soundtrack was this Morricone title from originally? excellent!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:19pm herr noiser:

i recognize the samples in this one - Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion - wiiiiiild man, wild!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:27pm DG:

The Nilsson movie is very good, even if you know a lot about him. Great clips, interviews, insight into his life. Check out my review at the L Magazine site (sorry to plug).
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:30pm Bad Ronald:

Cool PMP and DG, thanks. I plan on checking it out...
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:31pm Parq:

I wanted to see the Nillson pic, but it was one-night-only and I figured the line would be down the block. DG, I will have a look at your no-doubt-excellent review.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:32pm Chris from DC:

Oh wow, Lawn Chairs, that takes me back.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:32pm Glenn L:

  Thu. 9/16/10 2:34pm Parq:

Please add me to the list of folks suffused in nostalgia on hearing Lawn Chairs.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:38pm Bad Ronald:

@Parq - It's still playing at the Cinema Village:

Unrelated - PMP: Did you know Barney Bubbles?
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:42pm Parq:

Bad Ron, yeah? I thought it was Sept. 10 only. Thanks for the tip.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:45pm Bad Ronald:

NP Parq! Great show Tamar thanks!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:50pm postmanpaul:

He was a formidable graphic artist for sure Bad Ronald, never met him though...
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:51pm postmanpaul:

Safari keeps crashing, pissing me off a tad...
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:51pm Bad Ronald:

Ah yes, I was just curious if your paths crossed within the Stiff circle. Thanks.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:54pm postmanpaul:

In a way my path has crossed Bad Ronald, my partner's sister was married to Ian. His two sons are special lads.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:55pm Dale from North Dakota:

As anticipated three hours ago, a very enjoyable show Tamar. Thank you very much, and have a great week!
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:57pm Parq:

How do you spell "shoop" in French? Another fine show, Tamar.
  Thu. 9/16/10 2:58pm Bad Ronald:

Cool, Baxter's on the cover of "New Boots and Panties"!
  Thu. 9/16/10 3:00pm postmanpaul:

His secound wife, Bad Ronald.
  Thu. 9/16/10 3:00pm Bad Ronald:

ahh got it, thanks!
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