Options Burn It Down! with Nate K.: Playlist from January 18, 2015 Options

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Sunday morning coming up. Music for the revolution in my head: choogling punks; power pop, both skinny-tied and long-haired; soul shouters and girl groups; bubblegum and acid rock; global fuzz; weirdos and outsiders, and the Weirdos and the Outsiders; Archie Shepp and J. Geils. Plus, live bands.

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Options January 18, 2015: Ya know I hear them singing a cuthroat song

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Cruddy  Burn It Down   Options Negative World  12XU          0:00:00 ()
Elisa Ambrogio  Far from Home   Options The Immoralist  Drag City  2014  CD    *   0:02:18 ()
Inutili  Mechanical Lady   Options Unforgettable, Lost And Unreleased  Aagoo Records          0:06:23 ()
75 Dollar Bill  Cuttin Out   Options Wooden Bag  Other Music    LP    *   0:09:32 ()
Verckys et l'Orchesre Veve  Sex Veve   Options Congolese Funk, Afrobeat & Psychedelic Rumba 1969-1978  Analog Africa     
 
*   0:25:49 ()
Alèmayèhu Eshèté  Yesew Bet Yesew New   Options Ethiopiques Vol 9  Buda Musique    CD  1969 to 1974    0:29:09 ()
Thee Image  Outasite   Options Peru Bravo: Funk, Soul & Psych from Peru's Radical Decade  Tiger's Milk / Strut    CD    *   0:33:18 ()
Freedom Family  Love Affair   Options P.T.O  Voodoo Funk    LP      0:36:25 ()
Irma Thomas  Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)   Options Time Is On My Side - The Best of Irma Thomas  Kent          0:39:55 ()
 
Eddie Bridges & his Lowriders  Peek-A-Boo   Options Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Vol. 1 (V/A)  Norton    LP    *   0:51:36 ()
Martha & The Vandellas  Hitch Hike   Options Dance Party  Motown  1965        0:53:54 ()
Mark Sultan  Satisfied and Lazy   Options whatever/whenever  In the   2011        0:56:27 ()
Slim Harpo  Buzz Me Babe   Options The Scratch  Excello          1:00:32 ()
Black Haze Express  Pretty Soon   Options             1:01:44 ()
Los Yorks  Mira Tu   Options El Viaje 1966-71  Munster          1:03:47 ()
Fumaca Preta  Vou Me Libertar   Options Fumaca Preta  Soundway  2014        1:09:23 ()
The Conqueroo  1 to 3   Options         Powell St. John's Austin band.    1:13:55 ()
Moving Sidewalks  You Make Me Shake   Options Flash        Billy Gibbons, baby!    1:20:00 ()
John English III & The Heathens  I Need You Near   Options Back from the Grave Volume 9  Crypt        *   1:20:42 ()
 
Pampers  Suicide   Options   In the Red  2014  7"    *   1:34:30 ()
Bosom Divine  Turn Me On   Options Quadrature du Carre (V/A) 7"  SDZ        *   1:37:09 ()
Fresh Out of Borstal  See You Later   Options Fresh out of Borstal  RCA    LP      1:40:05 ()
Royal Trux  The Flag   Options Cats and Dogs  Drag City    LP      1:42:25 ()
The Yolks  There She Goes   Options Kings of Awesome!  Randy        *   1:46:53 ()
Estrogen Highs  Sports Gaze/Privilege   Options Hear Me on the Number Station  Trouble in Mind        *   1:50:27 ()
Willie Thrasher  We Got to Take You Higher   Options Native North America, Vol. 1: Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966-1985  Light in the Attic    CD    *   1:50:33 ()
Children of the Mushroom  Blade   Options Children of the Mushroom  Out-Sider        *   1:53:24 ()
 
Archie Shepp  Attica Blues   Options attica Blues            2:06:12 ()
Eddie Gale  A Understanding   Options Eddie Gale's Ghetto Music  Water    CD      2:09:03 ()
Thee Speaking Canaries  You Should Have Sang on This One (Snowman)   Options Platter Base Must Be Constructed of Moon-Rock  Chunklet Industries    LP  Long-lost jams from 1990  *   2:15:11 ()
Mission of Burma  Learn How   Options Versus            2:18:12 ()
Parkay Quarts  Content Nausea   Options Content Nausea  What's Your Rupture?    LP      2:24:29 ()
Psychic Maps  The Past   Options 1st (Second) Lo Fi Record  Powertool          2:25:34 ()
Carolee  Atrophy Rattle   Options Serious Rockers: An Unblinking Ear Mix Tape (V/A)  Unblinking Ear        *   2:27:00 ()
Animals and Men  Machine   Options Don't Misbehave in the New Age 7"  Danger Records    7"    *   2:29:14 ()
Cuddly Toys  Broken Mirror   Options             2:31:17 ()
 
Destroy All Monsters  You're Gonna Die   Options Destroy All Monsters  Munster          2:38:57 ()
Circuit Rider  Just For Today   Options Circuit Rider            2:41:16 ()
Blue Mountain Eagle  Feel Like a Bandit   Options Blue Mountain Eagle            2:45:53 ()
Leaf Hound  Freelance Fiend   Options Growers of Mushroom            2:49:09 ()
Free  Alright Now   Options             2:51:56 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 6:09am Sem Chumbo:

Good morning, Nate. Still playing with matches, I see. Fine by me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:11am fred:

Good morning Nate and Sem
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:12am Nate K:

Hi Sem, thanks for tuning in. I shall do my best to bring the Sunday morning pyrotechnics. Just need my coffee...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:12am Nate K:

Morning, Fred.
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 6:17am Sem Chumbo:

Hello, fred. Deep into 3 more recent Pynchon novels, over-my-head deep, really. All-consuming.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:21am Nate K:

Sem and/or Fred, did you read Inherent Vice? If so, thoughts?
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 6:27am Sem Chumbo:

Nate, saw the film of I.V., and decided to read the novels surrounding it, then on to the main event. This is going to take a little time. TP has lots to say and it is a head-full to absorb:>)
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 6:33am Sem Chumbo:

There's something Zappa-esque about those horn fills.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:47am fred:

I liked Inherent Vice, though not as much as some other Pynchon books. Like Bleeding Edge, it's short by his standards and more focused. I think it's a good one to recommend to someone who hasn't read him and wants to try, it's not as overwhelming as the big ones, which tend to take a hundred pages or so to get started
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 6:50am fred:

@Sem: "Against the day" will sure take a while
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 6:52am Sem Chumbo:

@fred: yep, lots going on in the first hundred pages, as you noted. It's OK, have a couple of weeks to do little else, so it's all good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 7:01am fred:

"Mason & Dixon" is probably the most accessible big one, in my opinion. Though like many of his books, it tempts people into giving up for that first hundred.
I read that the many music references in Inherent Vice are an integral part of the book. Unfortunately, that's not music I'm familiar with, so I didn't get that. The book still works without it, at least it did for me
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 7:05am Sem Chumbo:

M&D, Bleeding Edge and ATD: those are the three I have open now. No cabin fever for me this month!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 7:13am fred:

I'm a software developer, so my reading takes people unprepared. After talking about favorite books, a coworker bought Infinite Jest. He gave up after maybe 20 pages, and came to complain that a friend of his told him it was so difficult it was almost unreadable. Said friend was doing a thesis on American literature (in Italy). Word got around and that cemented my weird cred at work.
I do love that book
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 1/18/15 7:23am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hey ! - Excellence.
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 7:26am Sem Chumbo:

@fred: DFW isn't everyone's cup o' tea. Personally, I love footnotes :-D
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 7:36am fred:

Footnotes... I met very few people who have read Infinite Jest (like two). Some would say I've met more, but the others said they skipped the footnotes. I say they haven't really read the book, it's like giving up halfway through it
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 7:54am Sem Chumbo:

Killing it with these spins this morning, Nate. Turned up LOUD here, scaring the birds feeding on the deck.
  Sun. 1/18/15 7:57am Rikrd Scumrawk:

This song is the JAM. To hell with Ray Manzerec (Manzeric?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 7:58am Nate K:

Morning everybody. Revo Bunny if you're out there still, thanks for the "favorites."
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 7:58am Nate K:

@Rikrd, it's a crazy one for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 8:15am fred:

That Eddie Gale track is burning down whatever was left standing
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 1/18/15 8:22am Sean B.:

What am i gonna when I grow up?...go with the brainwash-LEARN HOW!.
Classic!.
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 8:23am duke:

Mission of Burma is burning it down
  Sun. 1/18/15 8:41am richard scumrap:

Burn the bitches!
Avatar Sun. 1/18/15 8:46am Nanker de Tucson:

Excellent program, NateK !
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 1/18/15 8:49am Nate K:

Thanks everybody!
Avatar    Sun. 1/18/15 8:51am Sem Chumbo:

See ya later, Nate. Take care out there.
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