Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from May 20, 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 20, 2011: Carpe Diem (fill-in for Give The Drummer Some)
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
The Work  Pop   Options Slow Crimes CD  Megaphone  1992  CD     
Tyvek  Air Conditioner   Options Talk's Cheap Presents ULTIMATE ROAD TRIP!      CD  selection from Jason Sigal's 2011 marathon premium  0:08:57 (Pop‑up)
The Fugs  Carpe Diem   Options The Fugs First Album  ESP-Disk  1965  MP3    0:11:31 (Pop‑up)
The Brothers Four  Angelique-O   Options   Columbia  1960  7"    0:16:43 (Pop‑up)
Weehawkwind feat. Bill Mac  Call On Me   Options Safe as Banana Suicide      CD  selection from Scott Williams's 2011 marathon premium  0:19:58 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Stan Kenton Orchestra 

Harlem Nocturne   Options






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Zafari  Addis Ababa   Options   Lenar  2002  7"    0:35:12 (Pop‑up)
Ofo The Black Company  Eniaro   Options Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-rock & Fuzz Funk in 1970's Nigeria  Soundway  2008  CD    0:39:06 (Pop‑up)
Third Eye  Children's Song   Options   Lenar  2002  7"    0:45:04 (Pop‑up)
Tunji Oyelana  Omonike   Options London is the Place for Me 2 (V/A)  Honest Jon's Records  2005 (orig 1960s)  CD    0:48:54 (Pop‑up)
Afrique  Let Me Do My Thing   Options Soul Makossa  Mainstream  1973  MP3    0:52:10 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Stan Kenton Orchestra 







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Silk Flowers  Sand   Options s/t  Post Present Medium  2009  CD    1:05:02 (Pop‑up)
Pastels  Truck Train Tractor   Options Rough Trade Shops: Indie Pop Vol. 1 (V/A)  Rough Trade  2004 (orig 1986)  CD    1:08:28 (Pop‑up)
Felt  Penelope Tree   Options Rough Trade Shops: Indie Pop Vol. 1 (V/A)  Rough Trade  2004 (orig 1983)  CD    1:12:36 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello and the Attractions  Oliver's Army   Options         sung along to  1:15:42 (Pop‑up)
Connie Francis  Tommy   Options   MGM  1964  7"    1:18:24 (Pop‑up)
Diane Renay  Unbelievable Guy   Options All The Lady Singles      CD  selection from Gaylord Fields's 2011 marathon premium  1:20:53 (Pop‑up)
The Rock-A-Teens  Halfway Home   Options Cry  Daemon  1997  CD    1:23:37 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Space Walkers 

Space Walk   Options

Strummin Mental! Part Three (v/a) 

Link Wraycords 

2008 (orig 1960s) 



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Elite UFO  Tarantula   Options Strummin Mental! Part Three (v/a)  Link Wraycords  2008 (orig 1960s)  CD    1:33:54 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments  Bottle Island   Options Split single with Monster Truck 5  Datapanik  1990  7"    1:37:31 (Pop‑up)
The Clean  Chumpy   Options Unknown Country  Flying Nun  1996  CD    1:40:47 (Pop‑up)
Cheap Trick  I Know What I Want   Options Special Olympics EP (taken from Dream Police)  Epic  1979  7"  EP also features David Werner & Molly Hatchet - put together by radio station "DC 101" and sold for $1.01 to benefit the Special Olympics  1:44:31 (Pop‑up)
Rockspurs  You're With Me Tonight   Options Starting With The '70s vol. 2        selection from Evan "Funk" Davies's 2011 marathon premium  1:48:34 (Pop‑up)
Blue Öyster Cult  Cagey Cretins   Options Secret Treaties  Columbia  1974  LP    1:51:52 (Pop‑up)
The Crusaders  Way Back Home   Options   Blue Thumb  1974  7"    1:55:04 (Pop‑up)
Rare Earth  Come With Me   Options Love to Love You Baby: 20 Heavy Breathers        selection from Joe McGasko's 2011 DJ premium  1:58:56 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Stan Kenton Orchestra 

Intermission   Options






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Half Japanese  Deadly Alien Spawn   Options The Band That Would Be King    1989  CD    2:14:09 (Pop‑up)
Kim Salmon and the Surrealists  Intense   Options   Echostatic/Space Baby  1995  7"  shared 7" with Chrome Cranks  2:19:23 (Pop‑up)
Robyn Hitchcock  Sinister But She Was Happy   Options Moss Elixir  WB  1996  CD    2:22:07 (Pop‑up)
Skip and Flip  Fancy Nancy   Options   Brent  1959  MP3    2:28:21 (Pop‑up)
George Jones & Johnny Paycheck  When You're Ugly Like Us (You Just Naturally Got To Be Cool)   Options Double Trouble  Razor & Tie  1996 (orig 1978)  CD    2:30:13 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two  Get Rhythm   Options   Sun    LP    2:32:43 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  If You Gotta Go, Go Now   Options Bootleg Series vol. 6: live 1964  Sony Legacy  2004 (orig 1964)  CD    2:34:56 (Pop‑up)
Nancy Sinatra  You Only Live Twice   Options     1967  MP3    2:37:47 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds 

Until The End of the World   Options






2:41:11 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Southern Sons Quartette 

Praise The Lord and Pass The Ammunition   Options

Testify: The Gospel Box (V/A) 


1999 (orig 1942) 



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Music behind DJ:
Stan Kenton Orchestra 







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Los Strwck  Go-Go 70   Options Love Your Motherlode Again        selection from DOUG SCHULKIND'S 2011 marathon premium (at last!)  3:00:54 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  8:41am Brian in UK:

Am I late for your Wednesday show or early for the Drummers'? Know 'em dead in the aisles, kid.
You know, I have no idea what that means! Hey, it's Friday.
  8:43am Amanda:

And happy Friday to you, Brian! Anytime's a good time for the train wreck that is Nazario Scenario...
  9:01am Drummer Some:

And awaaaaay we go! Have a wunnerful show Amanda!
  9:03am Amanda:

Yay! Thanks Drummer! So happy to fill in. Happy trails.
  9:04am marcury:

Good Morning!, so glad to be able to catch part of today's scenario.
  9:06am Amanda:

Awesome -- I'm happy you're here, marcury. Hope no one takes away your air conditioner.
  9:07am Parq:

Drumsum, stop stalling and get out to the garage. Mornin', Miz Naz, take it away.
  9:09am Amanda:

Here I go Parq! Welcome! I hope Doug is on the road already, because there are a lot of mistakes coming up that I don't want him to hear.
  9:09am Drummer Some:

Parq, you are so damn right! Hi Marcury. Peace, love and Rapture to all!
  9:10am Drummer Some:

Amanda, what would the surface of Mars be without huge honkin' craters? OK, now I'm really going...
  9:11am jill:

safe travels drummer - i am strapped in and ready to go, Miss Amanda
  9:13am Amanda:

Yes Jill! Strap in and don't forget a crash helmet.
  9:14am marcury:

Drum Some, kiss Brooklyn for me!
  9:15am still b/p:

Doug - If all around you later today you see torment and horror and decay and smoke and blight, fear not. It is not the judgment upheaval and punishments, it's just northern NJ.
  9:17am Amanda:

This is the exciting track that Scott recorded here in the studio made up of an all-staff and volunteer band.
  9:27am seang:

there's no link for the show on the main page
  9:29am Amanda:

Should be there soon... thanks, eagle-eyed seang :-)
  9:33am still b/p:

Being on the Drummer Some email list for wicked current notifications & playlist links has saved me from bitter exclusion a few times, and it's much appreciated.
  9:35am Amanda:

I hear you b/p -- my life changed so much, for the better, the day I signed up for that list!

Link is up now.
  9:39am jill:

can i find this album on one of the Mining the Audio blogs?
  9:41am Amanda:

I am not sure... but if it turns out it's in a Mining The Audio Motherlode post I'll be pretty excited...
  9:43am Amanda:

(because I'll be, like, "NAILED IT")
  9:47am ndbob:

morning amanda and everyone!
  9:49am Amanda:

Hi there ndbob! Hope you are enjoying a lovely pre-Rapture morning.
  9:50am ndbob:

agreed .. i've been reading the mining the audio..... posts for a long time but just recently signed up for the list
  9:51am ndbob:

yep... rainy and ominous out:)
  9:54am Gesu "Bambino" Sinatra:

Come fly with me, let's fly let's fly away...
  9:55am Amanda:

Acapulco Bay is nice this time of year
  9:57am Brian in UK:

It was put together by Honest Jons. Mr Albarn has links to the shop & label but I think he had no connection to compiling the comp.
  9:58am Amanda:

Ahhhh, you are the greatest. I should have known you would know. I think I heard him promoting it once and was misled.
  10:01am Brian in UK:

It's a great little shop at the top end of Portobello Road. A 'must visit' WHEN you come over here.
  10:06am ndbob:

I've ordered CD's from Honest Jon's.
  10:07am Mike VL:

I need to stop pogo-ing while holding a baby, but I just can't help it. Amanda!!
  10:08am Amanda:

Good morning Mike and Julia! You can never start them too young on pogo-ing.
  10:09am marcury:

Great show Amanda, but I must leave for work now. Enjoy the Rapture all, see you next week when Doug does GTDS from Hell.
  10:10am Amanda:

Have a good last day at work, marcury. EVER.
  10:12am Mike VL:

Harmonizing , even! Loving it!
  10:13am ?:

uh, uh,uh,oooooh, ooooooh
  10:15am ndbob:

Great Connie song here.
  10:15am Amanda:

it's like when you can't help harmonizing with that guy who sings the Beatles songs in the 14th st. subway tunnel.
  10:16am Mike VL:

Soooo good, kid!
  10:18am ndbob:

The flip of "Navy Blue"
  10:18am ndbob:

and the intended A side
  10:21am Brian in UK:

Got to cut & run down to Somerset to see my sister. Will catch the rest of the show on archive. Keep it coming.
  10:23am Amanda:

Whelllll, I had no idea that you were a girl group person ndbob. I'm learning so much. (Maybe you have Gaylord's premium?)

Mike, I'm so thrilled to have you here! I'm at the station now, come by more often (in person) when your paternal duties permit it. She said selfishly.

Brian -- have a wonderful siblingly visit and a great weekend!
  10:23am Richard from Venezuela:

Nazario scenario twice in a week. #winning
  10:25am Amanda:

  10:25am ndbob:

I don't have the premium but I've heard his show... I've been a girl group fan for ages.
  10:28am efd:

checking in! And, back to work.
  10:28am Amanda:

You and me both, ndbob. Sunday afternoons, give him a listen!
  10:29am Richard from Venezuela:

Listen atom heart mother by pink floyd until the armageddon.
  10:29am ndbob:

will do:)
  10:32am ndbob:

The Strummin Mental comps are great!
  10:32am Amanda:

Hi Evan! I don't have internet in my new place which is the only reason why I didn't say something hilarious on your playlist about "13 Women" the other night.

Richard -- you could do worse, I guess...?
  10:33am ndbob:

Which version of "13 women" did you play?
  10:35am trish:

Those instruments at 45 rpm sounded good.
  10:36am Amanda:

I know, they did!!!
  10:41am Amanda:

ndbob -- efd is obsessed with the Renegades' "13 Women" reissued on Norton. As are we all, now, partially thanks to him.
  10:44am ndbob:

That's a 60s version? You should check out the original by Dickie Thompson - late 40s I think - and Bill Haley's version.
  10:46am Amanda:

The static you just heard was the result of me fiddling too much with the temperamental DJ mixer in studio C.
  10:49am drr:

Thumbs up for Cagey Cretins!
  10:52am efd:

it's funny, I was sitting here at my desk thinking "this song sounds REALLY familiar" during the Rockspurs song. Amusing to check back on the playlist and find that it's from my premium!

ndbob, I've heard the Bill Haley and Ann Margaret versions and they're both fine but neither slays me like the Renegades' rendition. Haven't heard the Dickie Thompson one though, I'd thought Bill Haley had the original. I'll check it out.
  10:53am Amanda:

Thanks for the love of Cagey Cretins, drr! You and Matt don't have the same tastes. More on that in a second.

Phew, efd, glad you jumped in to talk "13 Women" with ndbob -- I was about to, but felt it wasn't my place. :-)
  10:55am jill:

Richard - side "A" may take longer than the actual rapture. But ready for it with my Floyd all cued up (or is that "queued up"?)
  10:55am ndbob:

Bill Haley really changed the lyrics - the original has nothing to do with nuclear war.
  10:59am efd:

ah, I found a page with the lyrics to the Dickie Thompson version; looks like it came out in '54. Interesting to see how nearly everyone who's covered it since has changed the lyrics to some degree. I may need to prepare a monograph.
  11:02am ndbob:

Sounds good - didn't know it was that late - ty:)
  11:03am still b/p:

And I'm telling you Jack, one rubbed my back
While another one rubbed my head.

That'd be rapture enough.
  11:05am ndbob:

Secret Treaties is my favorite BOC LP.
  11:06am drr:

I agree on BÖC! You have to get pretty deep in the catalog before you find stuff to not like [flips over "The Revolution By Night", cues up "Veins" again...]
  11:06am efd:

I like Blue Öyster Cult, and I will defend to the death your right to like them too.

Well, maybe not to the death but at least until people start yelling really loudly.
  11:06am Amanda:

Sigh. No matter what the show or timeslot, the playlist discussion always comes back to 13 Women.

ndbob -- I like Cultosaurus Erectus best I think...
  11:08am Amanda:

I am VINDICATED! Thanks, all you Blue Öyster Cult rocky kindreds.
  11:10am drr:

Secret Treaties is the best. Saw them once in a hot parking lot and they ended the encore with a sing-along of "Dominance And Submission."
  11:12am ndbob:

My favorite BOC song is "Astronomy".
  11:17am Richard from Venezuela:

New Cave In record, leaked.
  11:22am vern:

hello! just checkin in
  11:23am Amanda:

<3 vern
  11:25am ndbob:

skip and flip!
  11:26am efd:

Any song that starts off "I hear you been callin' me ugly" is a guaranteed winner.
  11:27am Richard from Venezuela:

hahahahaha, yes it is.
  11:27am Amanda:

This, efd, is true.

ndbob -- Who was left to play Skip and Flip when the YouTube video didn't buffer fast enough? It was I, it was I
  11:28am Mike Sin:

Workin' remotely... and listening live. Cool! Hey, is that "Speical Olympics" EP on colored vinyl? I see the 45 around w/o the pic sleeve a lot more than with...
  11:30am efd:

have to run to a meeting, will catch the rest on archive. Great show as always, Amanda! And hey Mike Sin!
  11:33am Amanda:

Bye efd! (for now.)

Mike -- yeah! It's yellow. The Westsider had a bunch of them, I don't know if the sleeve counts as a picture sleeve, it is not much of a picture.
  11:34am Amanda:

This song is dedicated to Evan because he has to go now.
  11:42am still b/p:

Praise the Lord and push Amanda's mission.
  11:43am Amanda:

Shucks b/p. The mission is nothing without YOU!
  11:43am ndbob:

Interesting version of this song.
  11:54am jesse:

1995 is the year I got expelled from high school
  11:55am ndbob:

In 1995 I was working as a freelance indexer - sitting at home surrounded by mountains of records.
  11:55am ndbob:

excellent show amanda!
  11:56am Amanda:

Congratulations Jesse! I hope you went to your 15th expulsion anniversary.

ndbob, sounds pretty nice. Ah, the Clinton years...
  11:57am jesse:

thanks! 1996 was the year I was re-admitted to that school so everything worked out
  11:58am Amanda:

Thank you all for your nice comments, and thanks to everyone who listened! Doug will be back next Friday morning, apocalypse notwithstanding.
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