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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 February 1, 2015: A rock 'n' roll soldier in the war against the jive.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Suicide Commandos  Burn It Down   Options Make a Record            0:00:00 ()
Ornette Coleman  Theme From A Symphony (Variation Two)   Options Dancing in Your Head            0:01:48 ()
Francis Bebey  Tumu Pakara   Options Psychedelic Sanza 1982-1984  Born Bad          0:12:58 ()
James Chance & The Contortions  The Twitch   Options Soul Exorcism Redux  ROIR          0:17:25 ()
Pets or Food  Seaside   Options No Romantik  Rundgang Rekords  2014  LP    *   0:22:41 ()
Spray Paint  Nice Hustle   Options Clean Blood, Regular Acid  Monofonus Press  2014  LP    *   0:25:59 ()
Rites of Spring  End on End   Options RoS Demos 1984  Dischord          0:28:30 ()
Pampers  Seneca Road   Options   In the Red    7"    *   0:32:40 ()
 
Arzachel  Leg   Options Azarchel    1969    aka Uriel    0:44:30 ()
Flower Travelin' Band  How Many More?   Options From Pussies to Death in 10,000 Years of Freak Out        Early action from FTB    0:48:09 ()
Ya Ho Wa 13  Fire in the Sky   Options Ya Ho Wa 13 Presents Savage Sons of Ya Ho Wa  Drag City        *   0:54:52 ()
The Litter  Codeine   Options Distortions            1:00:13 ()
Shiva's Headband  Ebeneezer   Options Take Me to the Mountains            1:04:53 ()
Natural Child  That's How I Got To Memphis   Options For the Love of the Game  Burger  2012        1:07:27 ()
The Rolling Stones  2000 Man   Options Their Satanic Majesties Request  London          1:10:57 ()
Sir Lord Von Raven  The Age of Machines   Options The Age Of Machines  Guitars & Bongos  2015  LP    *   1:13:58 ()
The Melamine Division Plates  Get Off My Cloud   Options Surfin' Jack Flash (V/A)  Cordelia        *   1:18:45 ()
 
The Flesh Eaters  Life's a Dirty Rat   Options A Hard Road To Follow            1:30:42 ()
Problem  Ja Vill Inte Ha   Options             1:35:15 ()
New Order  Rock 'n' Roll Soldiers   Options The New Order          *   1:37:35 ()
Paul Chain Violent Theatre  Mortuary Hearse   Options In The Darkness  Minotauro      1983  *   1:42:49 ()
Eastlink  Dinnerchat   Options Eastlink  In the Red  2014  CD      1:53:24 ()
Johnny Cash  Thunderball   Options         Johnny Cash's rejected theme to the Bond movie.    1:55:24 ()
 
1-800-Band  Here Comes Summer   Options             2:04:13 ()
Richard and the Taxmen  Honey Please Don't Go   Options             2:08:03 ()
Bobby Fuller Four  I Fought the Law   Options         Original 1964 demo    2:10:54 ()
Brazillian Bitles  Volte Meu Bem   Options Brazilian Nuggets: Back from the Jungle, Volume 3          *   2:13:03 ()
Crazy Elephant  Sunshine, Red Wine   Options   Bell    7"      2:15:34 ()
Silent Noise  I've Been Hurt (So Many Times Before)   Options   Easy Records      1979    2:18:10 ()
Last Stand   Caviare   Options   Silly Symbol      1981    2:21:04 ()
Mittagspause  Deustchland   Options Mittagspause  Cien Fuegos      '70s German  *   2:24:24 ()
57 Kez  Min Musik   Options             2:26:00 ()
Second Hand  Steam Tugs   Options Reality            2:28:23 ()
Timmy's Organism  Sadness Walks   Options Singles Collection & Unreleased Tracks  HoZac Records        *   2:31:03 ()
 
The Hitsville House Band  The Marginal   Options Wreckless Eric Presents The Hitsville House Band            2:41:51 ()
Tommy Roe  Pistol Legged Mama   Options     1971        2:45:38 ()
Don Muro  Getting Closer   Options Souffrances et Extases du Jeune Amour  Flannelgraph          2:49:09 ()
The Kinks  Celluloid Heroes (Everybody's in Show-Biz)   Options             2:57:09 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:08am Nate K:

Morning, everybody.
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:12am Sem Chumbo:

What's all the hub-bub, bub?
Good morning, Nate. Ornette makes the Sunday morning world go 'round, for certain.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:25am fred:

Good morning Nate and Sem
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:26am Rob W:

I think my better half Katie would choose pets but I would choose food - sorry about that kitties...
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:27am Rob W:

Oh - I see, Pets or Food is about Pets AS Food! Well again, I'm afraid I'm on the wrong side of the discussion...
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:28am Rob W:

Though I promise not to eat our cats Febo and Dumpling. I promise. I'm not crossing my fingers No, I'm not.
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:29am Sem Chumbo:

Salut, fred.
Mr. Rob W., hello. Loved that Golem set & interview from last week, btw.
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:30am Rob W:

Oh thanks Sem Chumbo, they will be happy to hear that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:32am fred:

@Sem: what's that big "wheel" in the film I told you about yesterday?
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:39am Sem Chumbo:

@fred: Cape Breton was old school coal mining country. That wheel carried the cable which would raise and lower the cage from the workings. All my family, for generations, were coal miners in Cape Breton, I know most of those pictures from yesterday well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:46am fred:

@Sem: Thanks. If I go to that screening, maybe I'll read "No great mischief" later. This way I'll have a sense of the landscape
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:46am Nate K:

Hi Rob, yes, they give you the option. You don't have to eat your pets. But you do have to choose, apparently.
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 6:51am Rob W:

Thanks Nate. Oh - great show by the way!
  Sun. 2/1/15 6:52am Mark:

Probably the best album title ever.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 6:54am Nate K:

Thanks, Rob!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 7:03am cory:

work in canceled so now you guys are stuck with me
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 7:04am cory:

hello nate and rob. killer live set last night. fookin' wow man
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 7:13am Nate K:

Hi, Cory.
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:26am LizB:

My fave Rolling Stones album is Goat's Head Soup-- and yes I have every single one on vinyl :)
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:28am clarke:

the best Stones album is the one that the Stones hate the most: Between The Buttons
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:28am wfmu wtf:

shes a rainbow.....incredible song
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:32am clarke:

also dude: wouldn't that be Sir Lord VON Raven??
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 7:36am Nate K:

Clark, yes. You are right re: Mr. Raven. I didn't know that Stones hated BTB.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 7:36am Nate K:

@WFMUwtf, yes, that's the other good song on TSMR.
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 7:38am Sem Chumbo:

Pogoing with hockey helmet fiirmly stapped on amidst the flames whilst bar-b-q-ing weinies. Nedless to say, the insurance company has cancelled my policy. Good work, Nate.
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:39am clarke:

oh yes - if you read Keith's book "Life" - he shrugs off both BtB and Majesty's with a short paragraph stating: "i don't know what we were on about, there" = and i have heard jagger slag BtB - but it is undoubtedly my favorite stones record - then Exile.
also = since i am hardly ever conscious enough to write at this hour - i should say that i am a faithful listener - wish you were on friday nite!! great great show!!
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:42am clarke:

and i am getting awful chatty for a sunday morn - but i adore Beggar's Banquet as well. those 3 are a tough call - but my reasons for BtB are: brian is all over it.
Avatar Sun. 2/1/15 7:44am JohnEBGood:

Sticky Fingers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 7:45am Nate K:

Thanks, Clarke for the info Clarke... and the compliment!
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:47am chaddyJ:

glad I tuned in this morning. totally hitting the spot!
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 7:50am Sem Chumbo:

I'm think, because of the longevity of the band, it comes down to periods with the Stones. It is not a new idea to consider the years in which these albums were created---Beggar's Banquet.Their Satanic Majesties Request,Let it Bleed,Sticky Fingers and Exiles on Main Street--as the years when the Stones did whatever they wanted, and were not slaves to *re-inventing* themselves.
R&R is creative, heart-felt, unencumbered free expression, I think. When the Stones transmogrified into a branded product, the vital hormonal secretions were gone, so to say, and the music became lifeless.
Though I can still play ALL of *Some Girls* with pleasure, but perhaps only because it is linked to a personally tumultuous time.
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:52am clarke:

well - let's face it - every Stones record COULD be a contender. i don't dislike ANY stones record - i used ot hate Steel Wheels - but it has I Can Almost Hear You Sigh on it. some of their records have NO flaws!! and yes = it depends on the mood at the time.
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:54am clarke:

also - we see what you have done here, Nate. this is the sportstalk radio equivalent of saying: i hate the yankees in your market. makes folks like me wipe th sleep out of my eyes and actually TYPE.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 7:56am fred:

Clicky-star for Eastlink. New to me, so extra thanks Nate
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:58am AZ Dave:

I'm partial to Let It Bleed. Aftermath ain"t too shabby either.
  Sun. 2/1/15 7:59am clarke:

exactly AZ Dave!!
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:15am clarke:

Equals cover??
Avatar    Sun. 2/1/15 8:22am Sem Chumbo:

Thanks so much for this morning, Nate, great cuts and so many new to me. Gotta get out shovelling before that next snow dump arrives here tomorrow. No jive, no jive NO JIVE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 8:28am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...was handed down a copy of 'Rolling Stones - Now!' w/out a cover/sleeve when I was young ; the early Stones didn't even think in terms of 'albums' yet - dif in the UK & U.S. - but how about that for an underrated one? i.e. - yeah - Periods for the Stones - & the whole bunch of the first - five say?
...'Exiles' is the critics darling - & then the backlash from that - but yeah, you can lean back in to that one & let it envelop you...also, it's longer idn't it? In the CD era you forget that maybe, & just go 'this has got a lot! - ergo it's better'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 8:30am Guido from Cologne:

YEAH!
SECOND HAND!

KILLER ALBUM people!
If you're really into psych this is a MUST!
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:37am clarke:

my one 'gripe' with Now is: Little Red Rooster - i like it but it wreaks of 'filler'. i love the early stones records - but BtB seems to be where they actually put the songs together in a certain order.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 8:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- know what you mean - but for '64-5, 'Rooster' is pretty 'deep Blues' - & got Brian's slide...can't honestly call it weak...Maybe '66 is when *everybody* began to think of songs in a particular order on albums; I theorize that the *real* 'Concept' of 'Concept Albums' is the Medium itself: putting together an album *as* an album everyone will sit w/ & programming it thusly...
- Loved last set, btw, Mr. Nate sir...
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:48am clarke:

i recently saw the contemporary Stones do a pretty valid version of Red Rooster - so, yes - i love it. for me, it slightly detracts from what is otherwise a killer set of songs.
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:51am clarke:

but also Now has a LOT of covers on it, now that i think about it...right?
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:52am clarke:

dude Kinks brilliance!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 2/1/15 8:55am Nate K:

Thanks for all the kind words folks! And for telling me your thoughts on the Stones. I know it's not the most original question, but it certainly leads to good conversation.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 8:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - but @ that point, & in my very young years, their choice of covers was educational. Still is, actually! Learned very important basics from the Stones about R&B - & they taught us to play guitar like the yARdbiRds did, too. & the sound on those early Stones! - must remark on that...

- Ray Davies makes it sound merely observational - but who else writes like this - ?! Just - wow.
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:57am clarke:

RR - i LOVE the early stones work - just thought we were talking 'albums' here - and BtB seems to be where the Mach One version was at their creative peak - and upon examination: there are no 'hits' on that record.
  Sun. 2/1/15 8:58am clarke:

loved this show!!! and the chat!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 2/1/15 8:59am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- a special fondness for lesser-known stuff by well-known artists...
- Thx NateK !!
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