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Turning over the toy box and jamming together the gloriously mismatched musical Lincoln Logs, Legos and Tinker Toys from Tin Pan Alley pluggers, pickled egg tavern weepers, lockstep soul ensembles, skinny-tie power poppers, Eurotrash ravers, moontanned art school rockers, drunken soccer anthems and anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. There are no guilty pleasures.

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Options June 21, 2013: Sweetness and sarcasm.

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Artist Track Album
Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Options  
The Millenium  Anthem (Begin)   Options Begin
(Columbia - 1968)
 
Horace Parlan  Summertime   Options Headin' South
(Blue Note - 1960)
 
Gordon Lightfoot  Summer Side Of Life   Options Summer Side Of Life
(Reprise - 1971)
 
Walter Wanderley  Samba De Verao (Summer Samba)   Options b/w Call Me
(Verve - 1966)
 
Johnny Hamp & His Orchestra  Sunny Side Up   Options (unknown album)
(Victor - 1929)
 
Larry Collins & Joe Maphis  Hurricane   Options Swinging Strings EP
(Columbia - 1958)
 
 
Anna King  If Somebody Told You   Options b/w Come And Get These Memories
(Smash Records - 1963)
 
Arthur Alexander  It Hurts to Want It So Bad   Options Rainbow Road: The Warner Bros. Recordings
(Warner Bros. - 1972)
 
James Carr  I'm A Fool For You   Options Gonna Send You Back To Georgia
(Goldwax - 1968)
 
Al Wilson  Do What You Gotta Do   Options b/w Now I Know What Love Is
(Soul City - 1968)
 
Skip James  Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues   Options Greatest Of The Delta Blues Singers
(Melodeon - 1965)
 
James Rivers  Bird Brain   Options b/w Tighten Up
(Eight-Ball - 1966)
 
Maceo and All the King’s Men  Got To Get'cha   Options b/w (I Remember) Mr. Banks
(House Of The Fox - 1970)
 
 
The Kinks  Mr. Big Man   Options Sleepwalker
(Arista - 1977)
 
The Soup Greens  Like a Rolling Stone   Options b-side to That's Too Bad
(Golden Rule - 1965)
 
Os Mutantes  Desculpe, Babe   Options A Divina Comedia Ou Ando Meio Desligado
(Polydor (Brazil) - 1970)
 
Aztec Camera  Jump   Options b-side to All I Need Is Everything
(Sire - 1984)
 
Laura Nyro and LaBelle  The Bells   Options Gonna Take A Miracle
(Columbia - 1971)
 
Trashorama Radio Spots  Shantytown Honeymoon   Options Trashorama Radio Spots Vol. 2
((no label) - 1972)
 
Neil Diamond  Two-Bit Manchild   Options b/w Broad Old Woman (6 A.M. Insanity)
(Uni - 1968)
 
 
Bill Monroe  Uncle Pen   Options b/w When the Golden Leaves Begin To Fall
(Decca - 1950)
 
Jerry Irby  Too Many Women   Options b/w If I Had A Great Long Pistol
(Imperial - 1949)
 
Buddy Knox  Rock Your Little Baby to Sleep   Options b/w Don't Make Me Cry
(Roulette - 1957)
 
Arthur Smith & his Cracker-Jacks  Guitar Boogie   Options 10" b/w Boomerang
(MGM - 1948)
 
Johnny & Jonie Mosby  I'll Never Be Free   Options I'll Never Be Free
(Capital - 1969)
 
Charlie Rich  Just A Little Bit Sweet   Options b/w It's Too Late
(Phillips International - 1961)
 
Buck Owens & the Buckaroos  Ruby (Are You Mad)   Options b/w Heartbreak Mountain
(Capital - 1971)
 
 
Graham Parker  Black Honey   Options Heat Treatment
(Mercury - 1976)
 
Malo  Café   Options S/T
(Warner Bros. - 1972)
 
The Walker Brothers  Living Above Your Head   Options Portrait
(Smash - 1966)
 
Big Star  Femme Fatale   Options 3rd
(Stax - 1975)
 
Bob Darin  Jive   Options Commitment
(Direction - 1969)
 
Warner Brothers Ads  It's The Plastic   Options Looney Toons & Merrie Melodies
(Warner Bros. - 1970)
 
Bruce Bruno  Hey Little One   Options b/w Some Time, Some Place
(Roulette - 1961)
 
 
Fairport Convention  Reynardine   Options Liege & Lief
(A&M - 1970)
 
Michael Bloomfield/Al Kooper/Steve Stills  His Holy Modal Majesty   Options Super Session [Bonus Tracks]
(Columbia - 1968)
 
Picadilly Line  Silver Paper Dress   Options The Huge World Of Emily Small
(CBS - 1967)
 
Otis Knapp Lee  Mr. Fofo's Corned Beef Sandwich   Options Electrifying Mojo
(Midnight Funk Association - ????)
 
Gordian Knot  Carraway Stream   Options S/T
(Verve - 1968)
 
 
Crabby Appleton  Go Back   Options S/T
(Elektra - 1970)
 
Paul Pena  Jet Airliner   Options New Train
(Hybrid Recordings - 1973)
 
Them  Baby Please Don't Go   Options b/w Gloria
(Decca - 1964)
 
Sandy Nelson  Let There Be Drums   Options b/w Quite A Beat
(Imperial - 1961)
 
Dennis Wilson  Dreamer   Options Pacific Ocean Blue
(Caribou - 1977)
 
The New Pornographers  Centre For Holy Wars   Options Mass Romantic
(Matador - 2000)
 
 
Gov't Mule  Bad Little Doggie   Options Life Before Insanity
(Capricorn - 2000)
 
The 5th Dimension  Paper Cup   Options Dimension Five
(Bell - 1970)
 

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:03pm duke:

That's one weird gif
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:06pm Doug Schulkind:

That's one jeered whiff.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:07pm listener james from westwood:

Have one beer, spliff.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:09pm Uncle Michael:

Welcome, everyone!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:11pm Brian in UK:

Everything you know is wrong.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

that explains why my checkbook never balances!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:14pm Uncle Michael:

If you were never a special person before...you surely are one now!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:15pm Brian in UK:

Gave that up some time ago, james.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:16pm pacific standard simon:

Look for the silver lining
And try to find the summer side of life
WAIT, wrong song.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:17pm Brian in UK:

The gif puts me in mind of this story. Not sure if you can see it.
www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:20pm pacific standard simon:

That GIF looks like something Henry Darger would have created if he were alive today. Except that all the children would be naked.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:26pm still b/p:

I want to work "weird gif" or "jeered whiff" into the Andrews Sisters number..."Bei Jeered Whiff Du Schoen."
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:33pm Uncle Michael:

I failed to bookmark the page where I found that gif. That artist has lots of incredible images there.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:35pm Doug Schulkind:

Dammit, man, just check your browser history and GET US THAT PAGE!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:36pm Uncle Michael:

I will...someday. Or hoard the gifs for myself...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:39pm northguineahills:

That gif scares me. Hold me!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:40pm Uncle Michael:

C'mere, big fella...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:42pm still b/p:

"hoard the gifs for myself" -- New series on NatGeo Channel: Doomsday Preppers Who Prepped All Wrong.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:43pm northguineahills:

Well, I lucked out and the person who was supposed to train me took a four day weekend. So, I don't start until Tuesday, so I caan actually enjoy a WFMU afternoon. (enjoyed my last night of freedom watching docs until the wee hours)
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:45pm Uncle Michael:

woo! excellent
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:45pm pacific standard simon:

After the collapse of society, I will be able trade my chopstick wrappers for meat and liquor!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:45pm listener james from westwood:

ken freedman might have a lead on this artist. he is the corbis archive of bizarre gifs.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:46pm Uncle Michael:

no doubt...but I can relocate them
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:49pm pacific standard simon:

There would be a bad version of "Third Man Theme" if Vanilla Fudge had covered it.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:51pm Uncle Michael:

ew
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:54pm pacific standard simon:

Ray Davies gets a lot of credit as a songwriter, but he often seems underrated as a singer.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:55pm Uncle Michael:

Agreed.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Just re-watched "The Third Man" the other night. Man what a gorgeous film. Original score is pretty slamming, too.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 12:59pm Uncle Michael:

That whole Anton Karas score is excellent.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:10pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hey Hinky-Dinkers. UM ,Thanks for the Laura. I have a little sad place in my soul whenever I hear her.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:11pm Uncle Michael:

I have a real soft spot for her too.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:13pm G:

Sarcasm? What's that??? ( /sarcasm)

Nice blend of tuneage, as usual...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:18pm Uncle Michael:

Thank you G</sarcasm>
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:32pm northguineahills:

Gotta step out. Will check back in, UM.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:33pm Uncle Michael:

See ya NGH
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:37pm jk:

stream hiccups for me
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:38pm Jeff Golick:

Uh, that was weird. Anyone else experiencing what sounds like crossing streams?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:39pm Uncle Michael:

if I dropped, the automated stream would kick in...still messed up?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:41pm Uncle Michael:

Hello?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:42pm pacific standard simon:

Fine now. If it keeps dropping out, just keep playing Parker.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:43pm pacific standard simon:

Sorry, I'm job hunting while listening.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:43pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Simon. Good luck!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:44pm Jeff Golick:

Sounding good now!
Also multi-tasking here. Working on Monday's show...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:44pm still b/p:

Mine dropped, seemed to go to the alternate and into the one-second intemittency that occurs for me with every program hand-off on the stream...then with a few pop-up restarts your program returned
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:45pm G:

when the stream starts hiccuping, a restart always seems to work for me so for...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:47pm G:

the first draft of Little Red Corvette
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:53pm pacific standard simon:

Imagine a super session of Darin and Nilsson and Newman, produced by Van Dyke Parks...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:55pm Uncle Michael:

I can!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:55pm pacific standard simon:

S'posin' I don't care to SEE your rectifier, buster!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:55pm Michael:

I had that Looney Tunes and of course...Schlagers! Hey now UM and everyone.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:56pm Uncle Michael:

rectified him? hell, killed him
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:56pm Uncle Michael:

Michael, I collect those sets.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 1:58pm Michael:

They were great fun. There was a Bizarre/Straight one as I recall.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:00pm KevinfromBayRidge:

WooHoo! I have "Zapped" somewhere in my basement.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:02pm Uncle Michael:

I'll give you five bucks for it!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:06pm pacific standard simon:

Sent in my dollar (National Lampoon ad), got my copy of Zapped (second edition), played the hell out of it, and left it next to the heater vent in my mom's Volkswagen Beetle -- where it warped into a candy dish.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:08pm Uncle Michael:

I could clean my bathroom during this track.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:09pm pacific standard simon:

Wish there was more of an ondioline presence in rock -- but then, I like bagpipes, too.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:10pm Uncle Michael:

1960s rock musician Al Kooper made regular use of the Ondioline in his work with the Blues Project and Blood, Sweat & Tears, and in his early solo career. Notable examples of Kooper's Ondioline work are the Blues Project's "I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes" (from the album Projections, 1966), "Steve's Song" (Projections, 1966) and "No Time Like the Right Time" (The Blues Project Live at Town Hall, 1967); Blood, Sweat & Tears' "Meagan's Gypsy Eyes" (Child Is Father to the Man, 1968); and Kooper and Mike Bloomfield's "His Holy Modal Majesty" (Super Session, 1968). Tommy James and the Shondells' 1967 hit "I Think We're Alone Now" also featured the sound of an Ondioline in the background, played by keyboard session player Artie Butler.[3]
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:11pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Well..I guess my sudden retirement dreams are crushed! Let me find the '51 Willie Mays card.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:13pm pacific standard simon:

The ondioline web site has tuneage!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:13pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Think Allmans got a lil Elizabeth Reed inspiration from this section?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:13pm Uncle Michael:

link?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:14pm pacific standard simon:

www.ondioline.com

Simple!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:14pm Uncle Michael:

I think this got a little inspiration from the Butterfield band's "East/West."
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:14pm listener james from westwood:

this "holy modal majesty: cut is wonderful. always something new on fmu to bowl me over.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:15pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Amen!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:15pm pacific standard simon:

Dunno, Kevin, but I think the Super Session drummer had been listening to a lot of Dave Brubeck.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:16pm pacific standard simon:

Wait, I'm supposed to be job searching, dammit! You guys!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:17pm Uncle Michael:

Eddie Hoh on drums
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:20pm still b/p:

Want corned beef sandwich.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:21pm Uncle Michael:

So big, until you ask for extra bread.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:22pm pacific standard simon:

It seems the Eddie Hoh story is a sad one.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:22pm pacific standard simon:

Up the Carraway Stream without a toothpick!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:24pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Sorry PSS, no more questions! I've said it before but goodness Ilove this FMac bed music.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:26pm hyde:

rats, i missed fairport convention while I was eating lunch outside. I love those guys during that period.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:28pm KevinfromBayRidge:

You'se guys are doing empire building with all these great shows. Let's call it DrummerSome-istan!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:29pm Doug Schulkind:

Digging the show on my mobile device whilst post-show napping!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:31pm Uncle Michael:

Thank you, Dog.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:32pm pacific standard simon:

Uh-oh -- you mentioned sandwiches and woke up Doug.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:32pm still b/p:

Today, June 21, is first day of DrummerSomistan Somistan Some Some Somistan.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:33pm Uncle Michael:

corned beef/carraway was another subconscious pairing!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:34pm pacific standard simon:

It's best that way.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:36pm G:

Summerstan even
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:36pm pacific standard simon:

Today's special at the Pacific Standard Luncheonette is Pastrami/Salami with Onion Marmalade and Garlic Dressing on a Baguette! Kiss the cook!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:37pm G:

just hauled a broken a/c out of a window without dumping it 4 floors to the sidewalk. summer has started
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:39pm pacific standard simon:

Glorious set.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

dropping it would have been more exciting
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:40pm still b/p:

Yes, if it's already broken, go ahead and let gravity give it the express route ride!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:40pm KevinfromBayRidge:

We're not all Letterman's!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:40pm G:

true. but also more lawsuit- and building-board provoking
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:41pm Uncle Michael:

true.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:43pm G:

the fifteen seconds after the last screw came out and it needed to be held onto and lifted up and over the bottom of the window frame was adequately exciting for one afternoon.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:47pm G:

musical excitement, as here, has fewer practical downsides, i reckon
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:50pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Ever try blasting FMU in an unreceptive work environment?
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:51pm G:

your call, kev, play it as close to the edge as you can.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:53pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Been doin' it most of my life!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:54pm still b/p:

Eddie Haskell and Cal Coolidge agree, "After all, the chief business of the American people is business."
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:54pm G:

there ya go!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:57pm northguineahills:

Thanks UM!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:57pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Tks for anudder wunnerful show, Unc!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks to all of you for listening!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:58pm pacific standard simon:

Huh -- thought you were playing Bad Company or sumpin'...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:59pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks NGH...Kevin...
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 2:59pm pacific standard simon:

Thank you for another freaky Friday!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 3:01pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks, uncle michael, and a fine weekend to all!!
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 3:02pm Michael:

Thanks for the great tunes UM.
Avatar Fri. 6/21/13 3:03pm hyde:

thanks for the tunes, um, from the present. though it'll be the past when you read this. unless you're reading it now.
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