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June 14, 2011 Options
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Jimmie Lunceford  I'm Losing My Mind (Because of You)   Options Jimmie Lunceford 1941-1945
(Chronological Classics )
Tiny Parham  Cuckoo Blues   Options Tiny Parham 1926-1929
(Chronological Classics )
Bo Diddley  Crackin' Up   Options b/w The Great Grandfather
(Checker 1959)
Memphis Jug Band  Insane Crazy Blues   Options
Guitar Junior  Going Crazy Baby   Options Eddie's House of Hits:
The Story of Goldband Records
Don Haven & the Hi Fi's  Everybody's Going Crazy   Options Have Yourself a Ball
(Gotham )

Talkover Music:
Taboo   Options The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

Pink Floyd  If   Options Atom Heart Mother
(Harvest/EMI 1970)
Bohemian Vendetta  Love Can Make Your Mind Go Wild   Options Bohemian Vendetta
(Mainstream 1968)
R.D. Burman  Freak Out Music   Options Psych Funk Sa-Re-Ga!
Seminar: Aesthetic Expressions of Psychedelic Funk Music 1970-1983
(Stones Throw )
Ray Pérez y Perucho Torcat  Muchacho Loco   Options They Do It
(Pyraphon 1970)
T-Model Ford  I'm Insane   Options Pee Wee Get My Gun
(Fat Possum 1997)
Buddy Guy  Stone Crazy   Options b/w Skippin'
(Chess 1962)
Little Willie John  Spasms   Options The King Sessions 1958-1960
(Ace 1958)

Talkover Music:
Afro Funky   Options Ritmo+Sabor
(EM late 1960s)

Dolly Parton  Daddy Come and Get Me   Options Troubled Troubadors
Art Peterson  Twinkie Insanity   Options b/w Lenny Anderson: The Ballad of Dan White
(Bay 1979)
Lea Roberts  I'm Losing My Mind   Options Excuse me, I Want to Talk to You
(United Artists 1973)
Prince Fatty  Insane in the Brain   Options b/w Insane in the Brain (Dub)
(Mr. Bongo 2010)
Larry Hamilton  My Mind Keeps Playing Tricks on Me   Options Funky Funky New Orleans 3
(Funky Delicacies )
Doug Anderson  I Won't Cry (I'll Just Laugh Myself to Death)   Options b/w Hey Mama Here Comes the Preacher
(Janus 1971)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960)

Listener comments!

  5:55pm Brian in UK:

Is that the time?

There ain't no sanity clause!
  5:56pm Drummer Some:

Claw your way back to sanity, Brian. You can DO it!
  5:57pm texas scott:

clearly,sanity is over-rated.
  5:57pm Brian in UK:

Time for a quick hand of pinocle, I believe that was Chicos favourite game.
  5:58pm Brian in UK:

Sanity may be over-rated but it's over here.
  5:58pm ndbob:

evening doug and everyone!
  5:59pm listener james from westwood:

hello all and happy tuesday!
  5:59pm Drummer Some:

Oy oy ndbob! And huge Rick Perry's ego-sized greetings to you, Texas Scott!
  6:00pm Brian in UK:

We need a fourth for bridge. Or was that the Forth Bridge? Here he is LJfW.
  6:01pm listener james from westwood:

Woo-hoo, bridge night in Drummerland!
  6:02pm Brian in UK:

Now we have a bridge you can walk over for dinner.
  6:03pm listener james from westwood:

Capital! No drifting off course this time. Physically, at least. Mentally it's anyone's guess.
  6:04pm Drummer Some:

I could play Dolly Parton's song "The Bridge." That would qualify for tonight's subject matter. (Fun hint: A DIFFERENT Dolly Parton song about cracking up will be aired this evening.)
  6:07pm ndbob:

tiny parham is great!
  6:11pm Brian in UK:

Does 'Ape Call' by Nervous Norvous qualify, boss.

LJfW 'Capital' Have you been reading P G Wodehouse recently?
  6:12pm listener james from westwood:

Never actually dipped into Wodehouse (which I ought to amend sometime); that one I believe I picked up from Mr. Burns.
  6:13pm glenn:

nah. dolly's most twisted, cynical song is "the bargain store", hands down.
  6:14pm Drummer Some:

Bargain Store is my fave Dolly LP of all time.
  6:14pm ndbob:

my favorite dolly song
  6:14pm glenn:

it's my fave dolly song, that's for sure.
  6:15pm Brian in UK:

Top hole old chap. Spiffing read, down at the club we immerse ourselves in Wodehouseian activities all the time. Strange cove ended up living in one of our colonies!
  6:15pm ndbob:

there seems to be a consensus here:).
  6:17pm glenn:

best wodehouse line -if brains were silk, he couldn't knit a demisole for a parakeet.
  6:18pm Brian in UK:

Here's a recent Dolly fix if you can pick it up
  6:18pm glenn:

i'm assuming a demisole is similar to a camisole.
  6:19pm Brian in UK:

glenn could be half a fish?
  6:20pm glenn:

or a quarter flounder. (followed by peals of laughter)
  6:21pm Brian in UK:

Is that a McDonalds quarter flounder?
  6:21pm listener james from westwood:

I'll have to ask Eric the Half-a-Bee!

@glenn: A literal LOL @ the wodehouse line.
  6:21pm glenn:

  6:23pm Drummer Some:

I going CRAZY trying to find my Nervous Norvus rekkid. It'll have to wait for another show methinks...
  6:23pm Paul Sherratt:

'Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark' - did Ms Parton write that one ?
  6:24pm glenn:

i recommend brian in u.k. read damon runyon. actually, i recommend everybody in the world read damon runyon.
  6:24pm Brian in UK:

This is what does it musically for Roger 'Chuckles' Waters.
  6:24pm glenn:

i think porter wrote that one, but maybe it's a co write.
  6:25pm glenn:

nope. it's a dolly song.
  6:26pm Drummer Some:

Her two little feet would come running into
Our bedroom almost every night
Her soft little face would be wet from her tears
And her little heart pounding with fright
She'd hold out her arms, then she'd climb in beside us
In her small voice, we'd hear her remark
"Mommie and Daddy, can I sleep here with you
'Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark"
One day in the summer, we took some flowers
To place on some old family graves
Jeannie said, "Mommy, ain't it dark in the ground
Oh, Daddy, I'd be so afraid"
Then she looked up at her daddy and me
And said somethin' that broke both our hearts
She said, "When I die, please don't bury me
'Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark"

Jeannie was always afraid of the dark
And we never could understand why
'Cause we looked after Jeannie with the very best of care
Because Jeannie was our only child
Perhaps it was death that she was so afraid of
'Cause it took her one dark stormy night
I think we always knew that we'd never see Jeannie grown
'Cause it seemed she was destined to die
But on Jeannie's grave, we placed an eternal flame
That glows and never loses its spark
And on the darkest night, there's always a light
'Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark

Our Jeannie's afraid of the dark
  6:26pm Brian in UK:

glenn I have read some a few years ago, preferred John Franklin Bardin.
  6:27pm glenn:

also, everybody in the world should read bill bryson, simon winchester, calvin trillin and wytold rybzienski.
  6:29pm Brian in UK:

DS Hate to mention the typo on the BV track but I am going to anyway given your previous gainful.....
  6:29pm glenn:

is this bohemian vendetta downloadable anywhere?
  6:30pm Drummer Some:

Don't hold back on the typo alerts, Brian. It's not like I'm unstable or anything!
  6:34pm Brian in UK:

Make up your mind are you unstable like an escaped horse or are you anything?
I'm a camshaft right now. Not symmetrical but hoping to make things appear functioning.
  6:34pm Drummer Some:

Voilà! Bohemian Vendetta:
  6:37pm Paul Sherratt:

Thank glen, Drummer,
I think quite some years back I suggested to a bbc dj he sequenced the Jeannie song along with the Stanley Bros ' Come All Ye Tender Hearted and Freakwater's 'Scratches On The Door '

Nothing came of it !

( Actually the Jeannie's Afraid and the Stanley's did get aired separately... )
  6:39pm glenn:

i've never heard porter /dolly's version. i know it from robbie fulks.
  6:39pm Drummer Some:

Next up on the show, a little willie goes into spasms. No, really.
  6:39pm ndbob:

Wow.. I see that a 30 cd sun ra boxed set is coming out
  6:41pm glenn:

speaking of awesomenicity, i'm well into season one of treme. it's pretty fuckin' great.
  6:41pm Drummer Some:

ndbob, you mean *another* 30-CD Sun Ra box? There already exists one. I gave it away as a prize during a past WFMU marathon!
  6:42pm Drummer Some:

Dolly next, kids. Hold on for dear life...
  6:43pm glenn:

king was such a great label. how come it never seemed to have the same cache as sun or chess?
  6:43pm Brian in UK:

ndbob Only 30!

Evening Paul.
  6:43pm ndbob:
  6:45pm glenn:

is that manteca from toronto?
  6:46pm Brian in UK:

Is Manteca is another word for weed?
  6:47pm listener james from westwood:

Does it have anything to do with mantequilla?
  6:48pm Drummer Some:

Doesn't "mantequilla" mean butter?
  6:48pm glenn:

if it is, a friend of one once drunkenly asked, while watching manteca play a saturday afternoon street gig. - what's the difference between a cow and manteca? the answer is with a cow, the horns are in the front, and the asshole's in the rear.
  6:49pm glenn:

a friend of mine, i meant.
  6:50pm Paul Sherratt:

Evening Brian !
One for later

This Dolly ' Daddy come and get me ' is an absolute killer..
Now I'm wondering if Johnny Paycheck is in the house ?
  6:51pm listener james from westwood:

@glenn, i also heard that gag used for the lawrence welk orchestra.
  6:53pm listener james from westwood:

a piece of email wants me to register a .biz domain. i think i'll reserve
  6:53pm glenn:

oh. actually, that's even better.
  6:53pm Brian in UK:

glenn you seem to have taken a mid season dip in form if you'll pardon me. New training schedule & script writers might be worth considering after your earlier sterling work.
  6:55pm glenn:

of course, now i have to consider the fact that i'm friends with somebody who watched the lawrence welk show.
  6:55pm listener james from westwood:

i thought the standard pep-up was to add tracey jordan to the cast
  6:55pm Paul Sherratt:

That Paycheck :

( Like Me ) You'll Recover In Time.

I got my copy courtesy of our DJ host and it's an ever-present in the car.
  6:56pm Brian in UK:

lawrence welk. Are starting the fish jokes?
  6:57pm glenn:

accch. comedy's skin deep.
  6:58pm Brian in UK:

Time for a lie down. Insane in the membrane
  6:58pm listener james from westwood:

@paul, after society collapses, wfmu dj premiums will be the only negotiable currency.
  6:59pm Princess Skinny:

I don't want him, you can have him, he's too fat for me.........
  6:59pm listener james from westwood:

buy 2000 acres in post-crash wyoming w/ 1 tunes from toxic terrain set.
  7:00pm Paul Sherratt:

listener james,

I'm rich !
  7:02pm Drummer Some:

This last song, coming next, will have been worth the price of admission. (I admit it.)
  7:02pm Brian in UK:

Hang the rich. Ha ha ha. (As they carried him off to the castle vaults, the first strike of lightening could be heard in the far distance).
  7:04pm glenn:

hang 'em, stab 'em, shoot 'em, i don't give a shit. just get rid of the fuckers for once and for all.
  7:06pm ndbob:

great show as always doug!
  7:07pm listener james from westwood:

laugh, clown, laugh!

dug this journey down the musical asylum hall, doug!
  7:11pm milo:

thanks doug! keeping me sane as i'm animating into the wee hours (in uk) - great show
  7:18pm Paul Sherratt:

I'll need a re-run. Continuous rebuffering in the last 15 minutes. Doug, you must have too many listeners !
  12:22pm Bob:

Is this show archived? I wasn't around to listen to it live.
  1:00pm Drummer Some:

Bob, due to human error, this show was not archived! To rectify the situation, I am going to re-create this show next Tuesday—with an extra hour to boot.
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