Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from May 11, 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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Options May 11, 2011: Any Way I Can
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Las Perras Del Infierno  Formiga Dora   Options The Girls Can Dish It Out Too! (V/A)  Emancypunx  2006  CD     
Blatz  Blatz to the Future   Options Cheaper Than The Beer EP  Life Is Abuse  200? (orig 1991)  7"    0:03:25 (Pop‑up)
The Cynics  Two Rooms   Options   Weed  1994  7"    0:06:52 (Pop‑up)
Big Eyes  Why Can't I   Options   Don Giovanni  2010  7"  I am obsessed with this single this week.  0:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Screaming Females  Mothership   Options What If Someone Is Watching Their TV?  s/r  2007  CD    0:12:51 (Pop‑up)
Yo La Tengo  Dreaming   Options Freedom of Choice (V/A)  Caroline  1992  CD  90s comp of rock bands covering new wave hits of the 80s, proceeds benefited Planned Parenthood  0:17:37 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Martin Lane 

Pretty Flamingo medley   Options






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The Faceful  Queen Bee   Options The Girls Can Dish It Out Too! (V/A)  Emancypunx  2006  CD    0:27:03 (Pop‑up)
The Alarm  Third Light   Options Declaration  IRS  1984  LP    0:30:19 (Pop‑up)
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282  Undertaker   Options Admonishing the Bishops EP  Matador  1993  CD    0:34:15 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds  Poor Jenny   Options Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds Sing the Everly Brothers (EP)  F-Beat  1980  7"    0:37:27 (Pop‑up)
The Inmates  So Much In Love   Options   Radarscope  1980  7"    0:39:33 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Vitamin String Quartet 

Electric Barbarella   Options






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The Lovin' Spoonful  Blues In The Bottle   Options Do You Believe In Magic?  Kama Sutra  1965  LP    0:46:06 (Pop‑up)
Procol Harum  Whiskey Train   Options Home  A&M  1970  LP    0:48:00 (Pop‑up)
Grand Funk Railroad  Paranoid   Options Grand Funk  Capitol  1969  LP    0:52:07 (Pop‑up)
MC5  I Want You Right Now   Options Kick Out The Jams  Elektra  1969  CD    0:59:57 (Pop‑up)
Fred Astaire  I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket   Options         sung along to  1:06:43 (Pop‑up)
Steve Earle  I Remember You   Options Jerusalem  E-Squared  2002  CD    1:08:17 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Karaoke All-Stars 

Torn   Options






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Cretones  Real Love   Options   Planet  1980  7"    1:16:14 (Pop‑up)
Survivor  Rebel Girl   Options   Scotti Bros.  1980  7"    1:19:12 (Pop‑up)
The Attractions  Single Girl   Options   F-Beat  1980  7"    1:23:10 (Pop‑up)
Ian Dury  Red   Options Lord Upminster  Polydor  1981  LP    1:25:29 (Pop‑up)
The Choir  Any Way I Can   Options Sundazed Sampler (V/A)  Sundazed  1993 (orig 1969)  CD    1:29:11 (Pop‑up)
Merilee Rush  Save Me   Options   United Artists  1977  7"    1:32:54 (Pop‑up)
Alger Hiss  Gallo   Options Follow The Bouncing Ball (V/A)  Ba Da Bing!  1995  CD    1:36:12 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Vitamin String Quartet 

Time After Time   Options






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Matthew Sweet  Devil With The Green Eyes   Options Altered Beast  Zoo/BMG  1993  CD    1:44:21 (Pop‑up)
Chad VanGaalen  Wind Driving Dogs   Options Skelliconnection  Sub Pop  2006  CD    1:49:11 (Pop‑up)
Geoff Farina  Kin Of Carbons   Options Already Told You EP  Southern Records  2005  CD    1:52:21 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Stingray Music 

Alone Again (Naturally)   Options






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Mr. Big  To Be With You   Options   Atlantic  1991  7"  (cut off)  1:58:49 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:22am Amanda:

Listen on Give The Drummer Radio:

  12:01pm listener james from westwood:

howdy amanda and all just tuning in on the stream!
  12:02pm Amanda:

Hi LJFW! Welcome back!
  12:03pm Anne Ominous:

The girl can dish it out!
  12:04pm Carmichael:

Hi Amanda. Just in from 3 hours of bamboozling by Ken.
  12:07pm Amanda:

Heh, Anne -- I wasn't familiar with that comp, but with that title how could I pass it up when I saw it in the library? (PS, it is great.)

Carmichael -- I looked in on his playlist today and immediately stole that "Nothing really mattress" jpg. It had a profound effect.
  12:12pm Amanda:

Kate Eldridge of Big Eyes has a similar voice to Liz Phair, I think. (from me that is a compliment)
  12:17pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda, it's sunny here, inside & out.
  12:18pm glenn:

hi all. amanda, if i click on the 128k mp3 audio stream link on your page, it plays kurt's show.
  12:19pm Carmichael:

Glenn, go to the main page and click on the .pls stream.
  12:20pm glenn:

oh, i'm here now, no problem.
  12:20pm Amanda:

Hi all! @Brian -- sunny here too! because I opened the blinds!

@glenn, great to see you! The URL to the Give The Drummer Radio stream is at the top of this playlist too.
  12:20pm listener james from westwood:

Love this Blondie cover.
  12:23pm Brian in UK:

Me too James, just doesn't have that Clem Burke snap. That's heresy I know 'cause YLT are CTG.
  12:24pm Drummer Some:

Hooray for Amanda Nazario and fathomable radio!
  12:25pm Amanda:

Sigh... one day I hope to achieve unfathomability
  12:26pm Brian in UK:

Is this recorded underwater then, DS/Amanda? Fathom = 6 feet no?
  12:27pm efd:

Hey Amanda, Doug, et al.! Amanda, if I may offer a suggestion - you may also want to put the stream link in the "HTML to display at top of this playlist" field in the playlist database so that it will be at the top of the page even when the comment with the stream has scrolled out of sight.
  12:27pm glenn:

creamy, though goopy? cloudless thunder gray? craving the gravy?
  12:29pm Amanda:

Evan, thank you for that extremely helpful tip! I AM GOING TO DO THAT NOW!

Brian, I promise this show will never be recorded under more than 4 feet of water. Or gravy.
  12:30pm Brian in UK:

What about blancmange?
  12:30pm Drummer Some:

Careful with those seven-syllable words, Amanda. You don't want to sprain something.

Thanks EFD. Great idea. Amanda, you could put the link in your show title for now and later add it to your program description so it'll be there every week.
  12:31pm Amanda:

Brian, blancmange is much too English for this crowd.
  12:32pm listener james from westwood:

The blancmanges mean to win Wimbledon!
  12:34pm Brian in UK:

I think The Alarm are about to do a 30 year anniversary tour. Would need confirmation.
  12:36pm Brian in UK:

Oh do not remind me of that facile game, James. For two weeks every summer people in this country who never have any interest in sport, profess to 'enjoy' watching Wimbledon. Elitist sport. Off the soapbox now.
  12:37pm glenn:

i'll just come out and ask : what does CTG mean?
  12:38pm Brian in UK:

Close to Godliness.
  12:41pm listener james from westwood:

@Brian: Late Aug/early Sept in the NYC area is the same way, with the US Open centered in the borough of Queens. I tune it out, and I have license to bitch, having scored a free ticket in '92 that immunized me vs. tennis for life. Some folks dig it; I. Don't. Get it.
  12:42pm listener james from westwood:

PS. Tennis (or tennis balls) provide the not-Prince-Hal-anymore a good chance to send a French ambassador packing in "Henry V." So they provided a nice slow-burn moment for Shakespeare.
  12:43pm Ike:

Aw dang, I missed Thinking Fellers Union.

Maybe there should be a way to remove this confusing & misleading bit from appearing at the top of every playlist, since it doesn't apply to the Give the Drummer shows: "Live Audio Streams: Flash (beta) | 128k MP3 | 32k MP3 | 20k Real | 20k Windows"
  12:44pm listener james from westwood:

@Amanda: If I read right last week, the playlist art is yours; true? Cool if so!
  12:47pm glenn:

ahhh. thank you for elucidating me.
  12:47pm Ranger:

Thanks for making my end-of-semester grading about a hundred times more enjoyable!
  12:49pm Brian in UK:

Doug, ref Shelby Lynne, no snog but for such a slightly built woman she has got a heck of a voice live. Wonderful. Apologies, Amanda for cross commenting.
  12:49pm listener james from westwood:

200 more good words in the article I'm writing and I'll be riding the whiskey train! save me a seat in the Manhattan car!
  12:50pm Drummer Some:

Ike, you are SO RIGHT about it being confusing, We'll figger something out.
  12:51pm Amanda:

Yes, LJFW! It is mine! I cannot make you a Manhattan but maybe one day I'll draw one for you.

Rangeroooooo!!! Thank YOU for tuning in, my sweet! You guys, Ranger is one of my dear dear writer friends, a PhD student out in Columbia, Missouri. I went to visit her last month.

Brian, I will never forgive you
  12:53pm listener james from westwood:

I like writer friends! Welcome Ranger and best of luck with any remaining academic hurdles this semester!
  12:54pm Brian in UK:

Ever, ever, ever, I'm sorry Miz Nazario.
  12:55pm glenn:

i really like that the butthole surfers named their dog mark farner.
  12:56pm Amanda:

Hahaha, I did not know that and it delights me.
  12:57pm Alex Goldstein:

great show so far!
  12:58pm glenn:

honestly though, he's not a very good guitarist.
  12:58pm Amanda:

Hi Alex Goldstein of Rutherford, NJ!
  12:59pm texas scott:

diggin' the sounds,Amanda.

thanks for the new addition to the stream,Doug!!
  1:00pm Amanda:

It's ok with me, glenn. As you can tell by now, I only like terrible music.

Nice to hear from you, texas scott! Welcome to all this!!!
  1:03pm glenn:

hey, i never said i hated mark farner, i just appreciate him for things other than his musicianship, like the fact that he wrote bad time, one of my favourite songs ever.
  1:03pm listener james from westwood:

"I only like terrible music" should be on the next FMU T-shirt!
  1:05pm Amanda:

Ha James! I'm just joshing with all of yiz, you're all right. I am even thinking about forgiving UK Brian, though it may take years...
  1:06pm glenn:

amanda just killed radio.
  1:06pm Amanda:

It won't be the last time
  1:09pm Drummer Some:

I adore Fred Astaire. A terrifically underrated singer. Happy (recent) birthday Fred!
  1:11pm Gaylord Fields:

"Can't sing. Can't act. Balding. Can dance a little."
  1:11pm Brian in UK:

Well, if that ain't Shelby's sister singing harmony.
  1:11pm glenn:

see, i think frank sinatra is terribly underrated as an actor. if anybody hasn't seen the manchurian candidate, do so now.
  1:12pm Skirkie:

I missed the singing? F that.
  1:12pm Gaylord Fields:

Amanda, you should have sung it backwards (and in high heels).
  1:13pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello Amanda and all the listeners.
  1:13pm glenn:

actually, if memory serves, i saw an article somewhere recently making the point that fred astaire is the most important hollywood person ever.
  1:16pm efd:

The Cretones! Vintage Elektra new wave.
  1:16pm Amanda:

Gaylord, you KNOW I am no Ginger -- I can't dance, and can't sing. But I gotta be part of that pop music thing.

Hola Richard!

Skirkie!!! Nevermind, you can sing along to everything that is played henceforth.

glenn -- who am I to argue? I love him too. Someone told me a rumor that he was the voice of "Tramp" in Disney's Lady and the Tramp, but I am not sure that's true.
  1:16pm Jeff_the_bartender:

Woohoo! Ding Dong shoutout! Thanks, Amanda!!
  1:18pm Amanda:

Jeff B. from the Ding Dong Lounge, checking in! Maybe I will see you tomorrow.
  1:19pm Drummer Some:

So is the Ding Dong related to the Bada-Bing?
  1:19pm Jeff_the_bartender:

Actually the other Jeff--come by on Friday afternoon!
  1:22pm Amanda:

Oh crap! It's Jeff G....?!?!? I haven't seen you in a pig's age. Yes, I would do well to. (and apologies for the gaffe)

Doug -- funny you should mention Bada-Bing because there will be more on that later.

efd, yeah, I thought you might know the Cretones... a picture sleeve on Planet/Elektra I picked up at the ARChive sale
  1:22pm Gaylord Fields:

Nice callback on Robert Crenshaw.
  1:23pm Gaylord Fields:

Didn't the Cretones backed Linda Ronstadt on her silly New Wave album "Mad Love"?
  1:25pm Amanda:

You say that as if I'd be some sort of authority on Linda Ronstadt. (scoffs; coughs; pulls at collar surreptitiously)
  1:25pm efd:

Gaylord, yes, you are correct! (Not surprisingly.)
  1:26pm Drummer Some:

"Gaylord, you are correct" is one of the most repeated four-word phrases in the English language. True.
  1:27pm Gaylord Fields:

Aw, go on! No, no — go on! (With apologies to Terre T.)
  1:29pm glenn:

didn't everybody make a silly new wave album at some point?
  1:30pm Brian in UK:

Duran Duran are still making them.
  1:32pm Amanda:

I can't seem to find out what year this was originally released. CD is not in front of me. can someone help me?
  1:33pm Brian in UK:

Sundazed-Bobbi Irwin-Sinceros-New Wave.
  1:35pm Ranger:

Merilee Rush! Yee-haw!
  1:38pm efd:

I looked, but I can't find any mention on line of "Any Way That I Can" speficically.
  1:39pm Amanda:

I think it's safe to say it was in the 1960s so I will say "196?" :-)
  1:40pm Ike:

Oooooo, shoegazery racket.
  1:40pm Amanda:

Gone Shoegazin'!
  1:43pm Amanda:

I am not even sure that Merilee Rush first did Angel of the Morning, I may be just lying
  1:46pm glenn:

she did. well, except for chip's demos.
  1:46pm efd:

oh, found it - 1969. I was searching for "any way that I can," instead of "anyway i can."
(see http://hive45.blogspot.com/2010/12/choir-anyway-i-can-1969_19.html)
  1:48pm Brian in UK:

Chip Taylor, now there's a hero.
  1:49pm Amanda:

Hooray! Thank you!

I saw a couple of YouTubes with "That" in the song title and assumed I had just copied it down incorrectly. I am going to change everything now so there are no mistakes anywhere for the rest of my life.
  1:50pm Brian in UK:

Can I get off of the naughty chair now.
  1:50pm Amanda:

Brian -- You are right about that. Have you heard his interviews on Michael Shelley's show? You should!
  1:52pm Brian in UK:

I have heard them. Saw him over here a few years ago, had a chat. So down to earth. The music just flows from him.
  1:54pm Amanda:

OK! Now that I know you and Chip Taylor are friends, you can emerge from time-out indefinitely.
  1:55pm glenn:

any relation to richard and mimi?
  1:56pm listener james from westwood:

thanks for the fun show, and have a good rest of the week, all!
  1:58pm Amanda:

Hey. Thank YOU. (All of you.) I'll see you again next week...
  1:58pm Drummer Some:

Coming up on Give the Drummer Radio as soon as Amanda (boo-hoo) departs:
A.A. Adrien & R. Yapi
Panom Nopporn
Joseph Mazivuko
Rikki Ililonga & Musi-O-Tunya
Betty Smith & the Rhythm Master
Hank Thompson
If you keep it where it is...
  1:59pm glenn:

i'm waving my lighter in the air.
  2:00pm Amanda:

Fantastic. Me too!
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