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Options October 4, 2011: Freakout USA: 100% Sixties Psych

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
THE NIGHT SHADOWS  Prologue (1968)   Options The Legendary Night Shadows, Vol. 3  Hottrax  2002  0:11:00 ()
THE FREAK SCENE  The Subway Ride Through Inner Space   Options Psychedelic Psoul  Columbia  1967  0:14:41 ()
IRON BUTTERFLY  Unconscious Power   Options Heavy  Atco  1968  0:17:25 ()
BLUE SANDALWOOD SOAP  Reborn in Eastern Meditation (1967)   Options Loring Park Love-ins  Dionysus  2001  0:19:55 ()
THE ART OF LOVIN'  You've Got the Power   Options The Art of Lovin'  Mainstream  1968  0:22:48 ()
CLEAR LIGHT  Night Sounds Loud   Options Clear Light  Elektra  1967  0:25:47 ()
THE BOURBONS  Dark Corner (1967)   Options V.A.: Acid Dreams – Testament  Past & Present  2009  0:28:13 ()
CYKLE  Lesson to Learn (1969)   Options Cykle - Featuring the Young Ones  Gear Fab  1997  0:30:44 ()
THE CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND  Expo 2000   Options No Way Out  Tower  1967  0:37:43 ()
FIFTY FOOT HOSE  Red the Sign Post   Options Cauldron  Limelight  1967  0:40:16 ()
THE UNSPOKEN WORD  For the World   Options Tuesday, April 19th  Ascot  1968  0:43:15 ()
REBECCA & THE SUNNY BROOK FARMERS  Better Dead Than Red   Options Birth  Musicor  1969  0:45:02 ()
FRESH AIR  Sleeping in Sunshine   Options A Breath of Fresh Air  Amaret  1970  0:50:49 ()
BOW STREET RUNNERS  Electric Star   Options Bow Street Runners  B.T. Puppy (RE: Sundazed)  1970  0:53:21 ()
THE SPOILS OF WAR  Now Is Made in America (1969)   Options The Spoils of War  Normal  1999  0:55:59 ()
LOTHAR & THE HAND PEOPLE  Ha (Ho)   Options Presenting....  Capitol  1968  1:01:28 ()
THE CRYAN' SHAMES  The Sailing Ship   Options A Scratch in the Sky  Columbia  1968  1:08:10 ()
THE SIDETRACK  Summership   Options Baby  demo (RE: Radioactive)  1969  1:11:45 ()
GROUP NINE  Nights for Laughing (1967)   Options V.A.: Aliens, Psychos & Wild Things, Volume Fore  Arcania International  2007  1:14:36 ()
VELVET HAZE  Last Day on Earth (1967)   Options V.A.: For a Few Fuzz Guitars More  DMT  2002  1:17:40 ()
BEACON STREET UNION  Blue Avenue   Options The Eyes of....  MGM  1968  1:20:08 ()
THE DOORS  Blue Sunday   Options Morrison Hotel  Elektra  1970  1:23:01 ()
THE LIMITS  The Key (1968?)   Options V.A.: Allentown Anglophile  Distortions  2005  1:25:12 ()
THIRTEENTH FLOOR ELEVATORS  Rose and the Thorn   Options Bull of the Woods  International Artists  1969  1:28:26 ()
LOVE  The Daily Planet   Options Forever Changes  Elektra  1967  1:34:38 ()
FAINE JADE  Don't Hassle Me   Options Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital  RSVP (RE: Big Beat)  1968  1:38:07 ()
CHRISTOPHER  In Your Time   Options Christopher  Metromedia (RE: Gear Fab)  1970  1:40:56 ()
THE FALLEN ANGELS  Something You Can Hide In   Options It's a Long Way Down  Roulette (RE: Collectables)  1968  1:46:22 ()
THE FREEBORNE  Inside People   Options Peak Impressions  Monitor  1968  1:50:29 ()
PHANTASIA  Transparent Face (1972)   Options Phantasia  World in Sound  2002  1:53:11 ()
THE LOLLIPOP SHOPPE  Underground Railroad   Options Just Colour  Uni  1968  1:56:20 ()
MORNING GLORY  Jelly Gas Flame   Options Two Suns Worth  Fontana  1968  2:06:39 ()
THE SHY GUYS  Black Lightning Light (1968)   Options V.A.: Acid Dreams – Testament  Past & Present  2009  2:11:15 ()
FRACTION  This Bird (Sky High)   Options Moon Blood  Angelus (RE: Rockaway)  1971  2:15:51 ()
THE SAVAGE RESURRECTION  Talking to You   Options The Savage Resurrection  Mercury  1968  2:23:57 ()
THE BYRDS  Renaissance Fair   Options Younger Than Yesterday  Columbia  1967  2:26:44 ()
THE ASSOCIATION  Remember   Options And Then ... Along Comes the Association  Valiant  1966  2:28:38 ()
THE PENTHOUSE 5  Vertigo Blue Sometime   Options V.A.: Acid Visions - The Complete Collection, Vol. 2  Collectables  1993  2:34:09 ()
BLESSED END  Dead Man   Options Movin' On  no label (RE: Gear Fab)  1971  2:37:12 ()
FOOD  Fountains of My Mind   Options Forever Is a Dream  Capitol  1969  2:39:49 ()
THE CALICO WALL  I'm a Living Sickness   Options V.A.: Acid Dreams – Testament  Past & Present  2009  2:42:59 ()
FLAT EARTH SOCIETY  Shadows   Options Waleeco  Fleetwood (RE: Arf! Arf!)  1968  2:45:41 ()
SWEET SMOKE  The Great Evacuation of Haight Ashbury   Options V.A.: San Francisco International Pop Festival  Colstar  1968  2:47:37 ()
SILVER APPLES  I Have Known Love   Options Contact  Kapp  1969  2:49:58 ()
MUSIC EMPORIUM  Velvet Sunsets   Options Music Emporium  Sentinel (RE: Sundazed)  1969  2:53:49 ()
KALEIDOSCOPE  Keep Your Mind Open   Options Side Trips  Epic  1967  2:56:23 ()
C.A. QUINTET  Trip Thru Hell (Part 1)   Options Trip Thru Hell  Candy Floss (RE: Sundazed)  1968  3:01:51 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 10/4/11 12:01pm tonyc:

Hullo dere!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:01pm iker:

ciao Tony!!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:02pm J J:

  Tue. 10/4/11 12:02pm Ricardo Montalban:

Greetin's, Tony!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:03pm BSI:

  Tue. 10/4/11 12:04pm tonyc:

PSYCH THERE WILL BE! Greetings all.....
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:08pm -max-:

You'll be absolutely free, only if you want to be...
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:11pm listener james from westwood:

and pledge there will be. just sent in my manna, man!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:11pm Doug Schulkind:

Go Tony go!

Yo everybody, please make a friendly donation (via the pledge box atop the playlist) to support WFMU in Tony's name.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:12pm tonyc:

Thanks so much, Listener James!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

least i could do; i've written, edited, or proofread beaucoup words to various drummer-stream hosts. only fair to share!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:22pm tonyc:

I won't be pitching at all today, but do want to point out that you do get the usual goodies if you pledge (t-shirts, bumperstickers, etc.). You can review your potential goodies here: https://www.wfmu.org/marathon/pledge.php
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:24pm holland oats:

that's funny, i was just 'listening to' the bourbons last night while watching prohibition on pbs
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:26pm tonyc:

Man -- dig that channel separation!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:27pm Kay:

Fill us in on the DJ premium, at some point. Inquiring minds want to know.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:31pm tonyc:

Kay: No one is doing new premiums for this silent fund drive -- but old DJ premiums are available.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:33pm BSI:

always dug this chocolate watchband LP but haven't heard it in ages... cheers on this...
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:34pm BSI:

Got any Fifty-Foot Hose in your bag of psych tricks? hm?!??
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:35pm tonyc:

BSI: Either you're a mind-reader ... or you're in a time warp!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:36pm Doug Schulkind:

Here is a description of Tony's premium (from the WFMU website):

"A crackling collection of fab obscuro seven-inch tracks, dating from the sixties to the nineties, and all previously uncompiled."
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:37pm BSI:

funny! Those two albums (No Way Out & Cauldron) always went together for me. I must've discovered 'em at the same time or something. ... Those, plus MUSIC TO EAT by Hampton Grease...
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:39pm tonyc:

Yes, that's my most recent premium, from earlier in the year ... and the one that I guess is most likely to be available. It's about 50% psych. (Thanks, Doug!!)
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:40pm Kay:

Found the premiums and the Sun Ra interplanetary remixes CD. Looked in the warehouse, but Coulter swag is cleaned out. Lots of other great choices.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:42pm Kay:

I have Tony's premium Single-Mindedness, the one that's available for pledge of $100 or more. Great collection!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:45pm tonyc:

Thanks, Kay! So I guess older premiums of mine are out of stock, but that one is still available.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:48pm tonyc:

Anyway, I won't pitch any more except to say that pledges of any size would be massively appreciated.
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:54pm Vicki (DO or DIY):

Great show :)
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:54pm tonyc:

Thanks, Vicki!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 12:55pm tonyc:

And thanks to you unknown (to me) pledgers!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Tony will only be on the stream THREE times this month, meaning we have only THREE opportunities to pledge in support of Tony's fantastic show (the pledge drive lasts for all of October). So please do your part so that Tony' is no less then 33.3333333% of the way toward making his goal!

There are currently more people listening to Tony's show than to WFMU's main online stream! This has never happened before in the one-year history of Give the Drummer Radio!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:03pm tonyc:

And from stage left, the pipers emerge....
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:05pm J J:

Not surprised. THIS SHOW SPEAKS TO ME.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:05pm hi:

that intro sounded like 60s django reinhardt
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:07pm tonyc:

Thank yee, JJ! Glad to hear it....
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:09pm Ricardo Montalban:

Heavy man. I can dig it.
Are you hung up?
Outta sight...
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:13pm tonyc:

By the by, the comp the track now on is from ("For a Few Fuzz Guitars More") was co-compiled by ex-FMU DJ Steve Liesch.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:14pm Vicki (DO or DIY):

Time to pledge if you haven't already and are listening and enjoying it...
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:15pm iker:

yes!!! the beacon street union!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i LOVE this song!!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:24pm Jeremy:

...having a flashback to how I found WFMU 20 yrs ago through Tony's show...thanks for opening the doors of perception!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:28pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony. Ah Mr Lee. This is a timepiece.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:28pm Randy in NC:

Bubble Puppy?
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

YAY! Love and Arthur Lee!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:29pm Doug Schulkind:

And now, through the vision and adventuresomeness of WFMU in creating GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO, we get to hear Tony on WFMU again, despite his move away from NYC a few years ago. Rah! Pledge! Rah!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:32pm tonyc:

Randy: I did actually pull Bubble Puppy for this show! Will probably play it in a couple of weeks instead, though....
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:33pm Randy in NC:

Cool man!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:37pm Brian in UK:

Tony do I gather from the title that it is solely US psychedelica?
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:38pm tonyc:

Yep, Brian -- that's right. Had to narrow things down somehow....
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:39pm Brian in UK:

So it's just a six programme special then!!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:42pm Doug Schulkind:

I played this tune on my show about a month ago! Me, play a Tony Coulter selection—what a thrill!!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:43pm ndbob:

hello tony and everyone!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:45pm tonyc:

Hello ndbob and everyone else that's chimed in!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:48pm tonyc:

Doug: That Fallen Angels album is an old, old fave. Might just be the first psychedelic album I ever bought. Irene plays it a lot.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:50pm tonyc:

Here's a group from my new hometown of Portland, OR.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:51pm Doug Schulkind:

Well I just "discovered" that Fallen Angels record earlier this year. Downloaded it from here:

  Tue. 10/4/11 1:51pm glenn:

it's a good day. my cold's gone, 60's psychedelia's on the radio and the yankees are on the verge of elimination.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:51pm ndbob:

the same lollipop shoppe who did "you must be a witch"?
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:52pm tonyc:

Hiya Glenn.

ndbob: Yep -- the same band.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:54pm glenn:

howdy, y'all.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:54pm tonyc:

By the way, dear listeners, hate to be a nudge -- but how 'bout a wee bit o' pledgin' action? Would be super nice to see...
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:54pm Jeremy:

Representing Portland!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:57pm Jeremy:

I pledged what i could, wish I had mad shekels to drop on yous!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:57pm Ricardo Montalban:

Representin' The 'Couve! The Bronx of Portland!
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:58pm tonyc:

Hurray! Thanks for the pledge, Jeremy ... and everyone else I don't know about.
  Tue. 10/4/11 1:59pm Ricardo Montalban:

I once traded a beautiful Harmony guitar to the Lollipop Shoppe's Fred Cole for a Pi Big Muff.
That guitar is now worth around 700 bucks!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:01pm glenn:

guitars work without pedals. the other way around, not so much.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:02pm glenn:

i sold a silvertone thin twin for 100$, way back when. i wish i still had it.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:05pm Jeremy:

RM: At least it went to a great cause...I'm sure the Big Muff is worth a few clams now too!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:05pm Ricardo Montalban:

Fred Cole and wife Toody used to have a cool guitar shop called Tombstone Music that had lots of cool and goofy old guitars.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:07pm Jeremy:

Hearing that fuzz makes me want a Big Muff now....
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:07pm glenn:

cool and goofy works for me. like teisco del rey goofy?
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:09pm glenn:

there's a surprisingly awesome documentary about effects pedals. it's called fuzz, and i highly recommend watching it.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:10pm tonyc:

As for me, I regret getting rid of my fender rhodes (had to put in a word for the keyboards)
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:11pm Ricardo Montalban:

Yes! That is a cool doc. Very guitar nerdy, but fun. Someone should do one on collectors of weird guitars.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:17pm Jeremy:

Just do like me, and never get rid of anything... btw, can anyone come over and lift this collapsed record shelf off my chest?
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:18pm glenn:

i googled documentary weird guitar collectors. nothing so far, but i found this, which seems interesting. - http://www.dustandgrooves.com/
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:19pm glenn:

jeremy, it can't be easy to type with that shelf on top of you.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:23pm tonyc:

Just a reminder: I'll be on next Tuesday, with an all-covers special.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:25pm ndbob:

great music tony! i need to go
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:25pm Vicki (DO or DIY):

Thanks Tony, that was great to work to
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:28pm tonyc:

Thanks to you both!

By the way ... would love to get a couple more pledges before this show is over....
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:32pm tonyc:

Dead man ... lead the way!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:37pm tonyc:

Thanks so much for the pledges coming in! And sorry I can't thank you (I don't know who you are).
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:38pm Jeremy:

YAh! I'm a Living Sickness is my absolute favorite psych track...
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:42pm tonyc:

It is pretty stunning....
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:43pm listener james from westwood:

my twitter circle is small, but i have tweeted to get folks to pledge here & to the station. all: hit your social whatsis of choice and rally the troops! 3 fancy coffees = 1 sticker-sized pledge!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:44pm tonyc:

Thanks so much, Listener James! I am twitterless meself....
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:44pm J J:

Favorite silver apples ditty.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:51pm tonyc:

One last track coming up following the setlist for this set. Last chance to get in a pledge for today's show.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:52pm listener james from westwood:

Also hit Facebook with the same plea. Was careful to say "commercial-free radio," figuring even my mundane friends who don't "get" FMU still hate commercials.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:54pm listener james from westwood:

i will use any legal means to get folks to invert their wallets over fmu's cash-hole!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:54pm Ricardo Montalban:

I will similarly FB plea to my flockage, although it will make me look like a heretic, as most in my local area/virtual circle are KBOO people, who are also pledge pleading this month
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:55pm Ricardo Montalban:

Thanks for a wonderfully acid-drenched program today!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:56pm Jeremy:

Unbelievable! I was thinking throughout the show...wonder if he'll play the C.A. Quintet? You are a mindreader! love this track...
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:56pm tonyc:

Thanks to you both! And to everyone for listening! See ya next week....
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

tell 'em no station is an island; helping one indie/community station strengthens the lot of 'em. and hell, fmu was there for wwoz, ksfu, dem now!, et al.
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:57pm listener james from westwood:

gonna be downloading this show for lovely later listening. thanks, tony!
  Tue. 10/4/11 2:58pm tonyc:

On that note: I'm hoping the mp3 archive of this show will sound better than usual (have been experimenting a bit).
  Tue. 10/4/11 3:02pm Brian in UK:

Wot no Appletree Theatre. Loving it Tony.
  Tue. 10/4/11 3:04pm tonyc:

Thanks again everybody! See you next Tuesday ... and remember to support FMU!
  Tue. 10/11/11 9:27am Mike Sin:

Just listened to this archive this morning -- Thanks for introducing me to some really cool tracks!
  Tue. 10/11/11 1:22pm Marmalade Kitty:

Love the show Tony, thanks!
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