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Track Artist Album / Format
Options Get Happy / MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Mr. Lucky   Jane Horrocks / Henry Mancini  fxo dub mix (CD-R)  
 
Options Solitary Man   Neil Diamond  "The Bang Years" Lp (CD) *  
Options Here Come The Warm Digits   The Warm Digits  "Keep Warm With..." Lp (CD) *  
Options sound bites   Richard Linklater  "Slacker" soundtrack MP3 (MP3)  
Options The Waves and The Beat   Scanner & David Rothenberg  "You Can't Get There From Here" Lp (CD) *  
Options Akil The MC (I Guess That's Me)   DJ Lord Ron (featuring Akil the MC)  "The Environmental Shape of Sound" Lp (CD) *  
Options Last Of The Steam-Powered Trains   The Kinks  "Are The Village Green Preservation Society" Lp (CD)  
Options I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man   Prince  "Ultimate (Disc 1)" Lp (CD)  
Options Daly's tune   T Daly/ FMU Locked Grooves  fxo dub mix (CD-R)  
 
Options The Loved One   Lowell George  "Psychedelic Frequencies" compil. Lp (CD)  
Options Oh No I Don't Believe It   The Fraternity Of Man   "The Fraternity Of Man" Lp (CD)  
Options Outcasted   No Bird Sing  "Theft Of The Commons" Lp (CD) *  
Options Waking Up   Funki Porcini  "On" Lp (CD)  
Options Halogen   Neon Indian  "Era Extrana" Lp (CD) *  
Options MUSIC BEHIND DJ: FMU Locked Groove/ Here It Comes   Freddie Fresh / WFMU Locked Groove  fxo dub mix (CD-R)  
 
Options Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles   Sandy Dillon & Hector Zazou  "Las Vegas Is Cursed" Lp (CD)  
Options Cream Puff War   Grateful Dead  "The Grateful Dead" 1st Lp (CD)  
Options Verily Verily Verily   Kid Creole & The Coconuts  "I Wake Up Screaming" Lp (CD) *  
Options Beach Point Pleasant   Ducktails  "WFMU/ FMA 2011, Vol. 9" compil. Lp (CD) *  
Options Director's Cut (featuring Tilson)   Head Like A Kite  "Dreams Suspend Night" Lp (CD) *  
Options Great Food Is Cooked By Psychos   Patton Oswalt  "Werewolves And Lollipops" Lp (CD)  
Options Driving Flying Rising Falling   People Like Us  "Welcome Abroad" Lp (CD)  
Options Flying   John Baldry  "It Ain't Easy" Lp (Vinyl)  
Options Wasted Man   Smoove & Turrell  "Eccentric Audio" Lp (CD) *  
Options Enemies   Margaret Cho  "Cho Dependent" Lp (CD)  
Options Quittin Time   Patrick Lee  "WFMU-FMA 2011, Vol. 8" compil. Lp *  
Options MUSIC BEHIND DJ: FMU Locked Groove/ Here It Comes   Freddie Fresh / WFMU Locked Groove  fxo dub mix (CD-R)  
 
Options Stargazer   Mimi Goese & Ben Neill  "Songs For Persephone" Lp (CD) *  
Options Family Tree   Tig Notaro  "Good One" Lp (CD) *  
Options Lonely Sea   The Beach Boys   "Surfin' Safari" Lp (CD)  
Options Tinkerbell's Mind   The Glitterhouse  "Color Blind" Lp (Vinyl)  
Options Scarlet   Lush  "Gala" Lp (CD)  
Options Waiting For The Carousel   Robin Guthrie  "Carousel" Lp (CD)  
Options Slipped Disc   Luke Vibert  "Funkungfusion" compil. Lp (CD)  
Options Where's My Sunshine   Don "Sugar Cane" Harris  "... Got The Blues" Lp (Vinyl)  
Options MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Lift   808 State  12" Ep (Vinyl)  
 
Options Who Snatched The Baby?   The Band of Holy Joy  "PaNIC: 15 Tracks of Riotous '80s Indie Insurrection- MOJO compil." Lp (CD)  
Options Dance Macabre   The Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra  "The Bride of Frankenstein - Music by Franz Waxman" Soundtrack Lp (CD)  
Options end theme(s)   Alfrie melted into Nelson Riddle's Song  fxo dub mix (CD-R)  

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/3/11 6:05am fxo:

I is here, and you?
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:06am abby in france:

i am too fxo, hi.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:06am T-Zero:

Present! Good morning fxo.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:08am fxo:

we ARE family!
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:10am T-Zero:

Solitary Man > I like the covers by Johnny Cash and Chris Isaak as well.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:11am abby in france:

didn't neil diamond give his ex-wife like the world's biggest divorce settlement?
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:15am fxo:

Neil still has a pile of money. Everybody wins.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:16am abby in france:

stephen king already wrote a series of books about this.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:17am Jay/ London:

good morning frank and all
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:19am fxo:

I guess I shouldn't assume, because...
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:28am Jay/ London:

the kinks made this when they did not break in the U.S.A I think its one of there best L.P.s
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:32am fxo:

After "You Really Got Me", they broke in the USA, lots of great Ray songs.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:34am Jay/ London:

Despite the Kinks’ commercial success at home, an unresolved dispute with the American Federation of Musicians during a 1965 tour, led to a ban on US appearances which lasted until 1969. So, with most UK bands looking to America’s burgeoning flower power revolution for inspiration, Ray looked no further than his back garden for his own concept album, 1968′s Village Green Preservation Society. On the album Ray developed the major themes of his work, a lament for the traditions of a near-mythical England lost among modernity. The album was overlooked by the British record-buying public and one of the Kinks’ most artistically successful albums slipped away. Fortunately, subsequent years have seen it grow in stature and it’s now recognised as one of the most important British albums ever released.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:39am fxo:

well put, Jay.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:41am abby in france:

i laughed out loud last week when you said you could still tell the difference between a shiny object and...fire. it was so funny the way you said it.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:43am Madi H.:

I mistook an orange toothpick for a glowing ember once. Called the fire department!
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:45am fxo:

hey Madi! what were you drinkin'?
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:45am T-Zero:

After a few decades, I still laugh over a trip in Mexico when I called out: "Look at the sheep" — It was a bunch of white rocks.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:47am maestroso:

It's Psychedellic Monday! Awesome.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:48am maestroso:

Psychedelic. One el.
  Mon. 10/3/11 6:52am fxo:

what's "L" between us? Doing things in nature can be tricky.
  Mon. 10/3/11 7:47am T-Zero:

Love the piano on this John Baldry
  Mon. 10/3/11 7:48am T-Zero:

BTW: Morning, Jay :)
  Mon. 10/3/11 7:49am fxo:

of course, you had to know who produced the Baldry cut...
  Mon. 10/3/11 7:52am T-Zero:

Heh, until I looked I didn't know it was Elton John
  Mon. 10/3/11 7:55am fxo:

the piano, it's the piano.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:10am T-Zero:

I heard this for the first time yesterday when Mary Wing played it. It really is nice. I don't think I've heard her on the album's she did with Moby
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:12am T-Zero:

"this" being Mimi Goese lol
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:13am 'zo:

Hi, 'xo.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:16am fxo:

from 'xo to 'zo, yo.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:18am maestroso:

Cmon folks, clickee on the pledge button!
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:21am fxo:

"avoid the void". thanks, Maestroso!
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:24am 3D-NYC:

(near) top o' the Mornin,

@Jak/Kinks- Tks, That kind of exlplains their oddly Known, yet not obviously i- the-Pantheon stature.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:27am 3D-NYC:

Tpyo:

meant to be read as:
"Obviously known, yet not in the Pantheon"

(early and dyslexica)
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:29am Jack:

Bob?
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:32am fxo:

Jack: good call!
3D: as an "aphasiac", we are all forgiven.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:48am glenn:

per - SE - funy
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:53am fxo:

really?
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:55am DF:

FYI, found a lot of glitterhouse info here. Looks like a Moggy site:
http://www.moogymusic.com/CDs/glitterhouse.html
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:55am glenn:

yes. really.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:55am 3D-NYC:

Looking forward to going over todays show via the Archives-
Tks Again-
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:58am fxo:

well, great comments, thanks, and have a good week. Seeya next Monday.
  Mon. 10/3/11 8:59am fxo:

and, thanks Glenn... ya got me.
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