Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from May 4, 2011 Options

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Two hours of rollicking delite: '60s jams, cartooniness, seriousness, sing-alongs, and Simpsons talk. P.dece.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Edsel  Suits Me Fine   Options "Vehicle" 7" EP  Shute  1995  EP  comp EP with Holy Rollers, Corm, & Trusty   
Crayon  Matchbox   Options   Harriet  1991  7"     
Chump  Sweet Life   Options   Readymade  1995  7"     
Baby Carrot  On Paper   Options   Monkey Bite  1993  7"     
Julia Nunes  Build Me Up Buttercup   Options YouTube           
Nothing Painted Blue  Another Child Bride   Options Working Holiday!  Simple Machines  1994  CD  best indie rock comp ever created   

Music behind DJ:
Martin Lane 

Pretty Flamingo medley   Options






Krokus  Out To Lunch   Options The Blitz  Arista  1984  LP     
Vandenberg  I'm On Fire   Options Heading For A Storm  ATCO  1983  LP     
Blue Öyster Cult  Hungry Boys   Options Cultösaurus Erectus  CBS / Columbia  1980  LP     
April Wine  Caught in the Crossfire   Options The Nature Of The Beast  Aquarius  1981  LP     
AC/DC  Nervous Shakedown   Options Flick of the Switch  Atlantic  1983  LP     

Music behind DJ:
Vitamin String Quartet 

Electric Barbarella   Options






The Rousers  Party Boy   Options   Jimboco  1981  MP3  Watch Powder 2: Powder 2 the People   
Spizz  Central Park   Options Where's Captain Kirk? The Very Best of Spizz  Cherry Red  2002 (orig 1980)  CD     
The Potatomen  Punk Rock Boy   Options Now  Lookout!  1995  CD     
TA80  Peppermint Girl   Options God Save The Queers  Asian Man  2008  CD     
The Apers  Every Day is a Rock N Roll Day   Options You Are Only As Strong As The Table You Dance On  Asian Man  2009  CD     

Music behind DJ:
Karaoke All-Stars 

Torn   Options






The Broken West  Gwen, Now and Then   Options Now Or Heaven  Merge  2008  CD     
Neutral Milk Hotel  Ghost   Options In The Aeroplane Over The Sea  Merge  1998  CD  [sung along to]   
A Is Jump  Oveja Negra   Options 01 (EP)  chime records  2002  CD     
Mountain Goats  Grendel's Mother   Options Zopilote Machine  3 Beads of Sweat  2005 (orig Ajax '94)  CD     
Blitzen Trapper  The Green King Sings   Options Wild Mountain Nation  Lidkercow  2007  CD     

Music behind DJ:
Vitamin String Quartet 

Time After Time   Options






Coal Palace Kings  Bend In The River   Options Upstate  KranePool  2002  CD     
Frank Black & The Catholics  Bartholomew   Options Devil's Workshop  Spin Art  2002  CD     
The Triffids  Hometown Farewell Kiss   Options Calenture (reissue)  Domino  2007 (orig 1987)  CD     
Pete Shelley  Maxine   Options   Genetic / Island  1981  7"     
Stereo Total  Die Krise   Options My Melody  Kill Rock Stars  1999  CD    1:48:47 (Pop-up)
Marshall Crenshaw  She Can't Dance   Options Marshall Crenshaw  Warner Bros.  1982  CD    1:51:41 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Stingray Music 

Alone Again (Naturally)   Options






1:54:26 (Pop-up)
Flat Duo Jets  Apple Blossom Time   Options Go Go Harlem Baby  Sky Records  1991  CD    1:58:21 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:12am Amanda:

Listen to Nazario Scenario here: http://wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls

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  11:50am listener james from westwood:

hello amanda! just have to run down the hall to get towels out of the dryer and i'm in for a good listen!
  11:52am Amanda:

That's awesome, LJFW -- this show has some good laundry-folding music. Welcome!
  11:58am Brian in UK:

I find ironing very theraputic and pleasing for listening to music. No really.
Hello Amanda.
  12:00pm listener james from westwood:

sweet! there's a delightfully rhythmic field recording from an african (want to say ghanaian) post office that ken sometimes plays, of postal workers whistling and cancelling letters. i always thought, what perfect accompaniment to pairing socks that would make.
  12:00pm Amanda:

Great to see you here Brian :-) and I agree... since I discovered WFMU my clothes have been a lot cleaner on the whole.
  12:02pm Boing boing:

Does the doctor have to know how to play the bongos?
  12:03pm Amanda:

I would love to hear that post office field recording. I'm uninitiated to such things but dollars to donuts Doug is familiar with it.
  12:04pm Brian in UK:

James if only I could find pairs of socks in our house that match. This is SOOO R' n R!!
  12:04pm Amanda:

@Boing boing -- no, unless he is a doctor of rhythm. (right?)
  12:06pm listener james from westwood:

@Brian: "mostly match" is a more accurate end result of my efforts! tho' i do try to ensure there's only one hole per pair.
  12:06pm Brian in UK:

There was a similar recording I heard a while ago of women washing clothes in the river with the slop, slop of the water. A theme here. This is going to be the cleanest, sweetest smelling programme since the last one.
  12:10pm Brian in UK:

Well, James you do need a hole to put them on surely, Shirley.
  12:10pm Drummer Some:

Brian in the U.K.,
You just got the opening scene to "Born Free" in my head. I can see the red blood in the water now. Save me Amanda!
  12:11pm listener james from westwood:

And Monica, IIRC, has aired a field recording of women pounding/grinding grain with these curiously gleeful yelps amid the work. Whatever gets you through the labors!
  12:12pm Amanda:

Some melodic sweetness and light is coming right up.
  12:13pm Gene:

Oh dang I missed Edsel
  12:13pm Drummer Some:

Would you stop with the "pounding/grinding women" already! I'm trying to concentrate on a radio show.
  12:14pm Brian in UK:

Some great group names today. Anything by Sap. don't know if they exist but who cares.
Good Foundation, Amanda
  12:15pm Amanda:

aw, thx :-)

  12:16pm listener james from westwood:

@GTDS: Now that sounds more like a Las Vegas field recording. You must be over 18!
  12:19pm Danne D:

Hi Amanda :) Will be listening on the phone for a bit then catching some of it later at work - will have to get the whole picture on archives :D
  12:21pm Amanda:

Hi, Danne... glad to have you on board in any time frame.
  12:21pm Skirkie:

Woooo, first official show.
  12:23pm Amanda:

  12:24pm listener james from westwood:

Chicago font! I've seen that used on signs in movies. ::cringe::
  12:25pm texas scott:

sounding great,Amanda.
great show.congrats.
  12:25pm efd:

wait a minute, are you actually live??
  12:26pm Drummer Some:

I pledge to eschew lunch until this show is over! Solidarity!
  12:26pm efd:

Also, I fully support the incursion into hair band territory.
  12:29pm listener james from westwood:

I've been out to lunch since 1990. Nobody noticed a difference.
  12:29pm Drummer Some:

Hair band territory. Isn't that somewhat northeast of Abbottabad?
  12:29pm Amanda:

@texas scott, thank you sew much. so happy you are here with us!

@efd, nah, this is another pre-record -- but it's from Sunday at the same time of day. So everything I've said is technically true.

@Doug -- yes! hair bands and hunger pangs for all!
  12:32pm listener james from westwood:

@GTDS: i;m wondering if al-zawahri will turn up in nearby costellobad.
  12:33pm Amanda:

Also, I have not had any food today either.
  12:34pm efd:

You're really embracing the role of starving DJ that you created on Sunday.
  12:36pm Amanda:

What can I say, I'm dedicated to my art.
  12:38pm Brian in UK:

Affordable Art
  12:39pm Brian in UK:

Did BOC used to be called Soft White Underbelly?
  12:41pm Amanda:

Yes! Oysters have those, you see.
  12:43pm efd:

April Wine!
  12:43pm Brian in UK:

They are in season, I might shell out for a few. Auw shucks.
  12:44pm Amanda:

Here ends the most Evan Funk Davies-friendly set I've ever unintentionally created.

Brian -- jeez, every word from you is a pearl!
  12:46pm Brian in UK:

I'll clam up now. Truce.
  12:53pm Amanda:

Very big of you, to apologize for your shellfishness
  12:55pm Gene:

This is my favorite Spizz song. Thank you!
  12:56pm Amanda:

Aw, great! Too bad there doesn't exist one named Van Vorst Park.
  12:57pm Brian in UK:

I'm just a prawn in your game. Now I've put it in whiting.
Loved The Rousers. Put me in mind of Chris von Sneidern & Umajets.
  12:58pm Amanda:

Everyone on this playlist is going to go out for seafood come 2PM, thanks to you UK Brian. Glad you liked.
  1:03pm Alf from Upstate:

Potatomen, April Wine, Vitamin String Quartet, Hungry Boys, Baby Carrot. Quite and oral fixation going on here.
  1:03pm Brian in UK:

Well it's teatime here. Making pasta sauce with basil, add some pasta gorgonzola & parmesan. Bingo. Hey, DS it's booze or food, n'est pas.
  1:05pm Amanda:

Would love some of either right now. That's the punk rock boy/girl side of me talking.

Heh, peppermints too... add that to the list Alf...
  1:06pm Brian in UK:

...and Oysters!!!!!!
  1:06pm Drummer Some:

At least when I'm on the air, I can run down to my own fridge and grab a snack. (I never do, though.)
  1:07pm Brian in UK:

  1:18pm Brian in UK:

Are Merge records popular. They got my attention with Richard Buckner & East River Pipe. They seem like a solid indie label.
  1:20pm charlie:

Amanda, you sure has sung with so many great bands!
  1:22pm Gene:

Amanda, are you going to the Jeff Mangum show at the Loew's?
  1:22pm Amanda:

Brian -- Oh, no doubt! They're solid as a rock. Founded by Superchunk's Mac & Laura. Home to Superchunk, Destroyer, Wye Oak, Spoon...

CHARLIE! I know, I sure can pick 'em, right? We have to get that softball team going, by the way.
  1:23pm Drummer Some:

That was really fantastic.
  1:24pm Amanda:

Gene -- maybe? depending on when it is. I didn't know nuthin' 'bout it
  1:24pm charlie:

That's not an easy song to sing, with the phrasing and all. I love that you sing along with the records!
  1:28pm Amanda:

Hey, everybody does it... extremely glad that my wonderful streammates approve, though!
  1:30pm Brian in UK:

Wasn't sure about the singing along at first but yea it's cool. It takes a lot of bottle. (old Ingerlish term front, nerve, guts)
  1:33pm listener james from westwood:

hey, someone down on the 3rd floor @ FMU, loop amanda into the day's lunch order! :D send an expedition to the jersey city food-truck line!
  1:37pm Amanda:

It's no sweat James, food truck lines will be shorter in half an hour. Brian -- here we go with the booze talk again!
  1:43pm Brian in UK:

Oh miss you make me blush. The clock says it's beer o'clock here. Do you think we can get DS to sing along with some Polish Funk on Friday?
  1:44pm Amanda:

On Polish holidays it's ok to drink beer at 9 in the morning, so maybe.
  1:47pm Drummer Some:

If you had ever heard me "sing," you would know enough not to ask that question. Leave it to the Maestro of the Midweek.
  1:51pm Brian in UK:

Sad to say DS, I am in the same category. Not sure if Welsh or Polish would be more challenging to the silent orchestra..
  1:52pm charlie:

She *can* sing.
  1:53pm Amanda:

Oh, but can't dance -- that's for damsure. (and is also glued to the radio.)
  1:55pm Mike East:

I met Marshall Crenshaw. He was a really nice dude. Seemed real laid back.
  1:56pm Brian in UK:

Gotta cut & run to the kitchen. This one has gone the distance. Really good show, Amanda. Getting loose.
  1:57pm Amanda:

I love him.
  1:57pm Amanda:

Bye, Brian! See you on the flipside...
  1:58pm listener james from westwood:

Thanks a ton for the great tunes, Amanda. See you in chat this Fri and hear you next Wed!
  1:59pm Amanda:

Sounds good, LJ. Thanks ever so much for hanging out today.
  2:00pm Drummer Some:

Coming up on the Stream:
Eartha Kitt
Transatlantic Winkham Chicken #5
Miguel Yamba
Johnny Jano
George Hamilton IV
Bobby Bare

and more

and more

and more...
  2:00pm Amanda:

Hm, my drawing came up blurry. I will fix that in a minute.
  2:01pm Amanda:

Leave Give The Drummer Radio on ALL DAY LONG!!! Thanks Doug, and all you cats.
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