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June 21, 2011 Options
You gotta be nuts, redux. Plus...
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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)

Willie Dixon / Koko Taylor  Insane Asylum Blues   Options Chess Box Set
(Chess 1967)
Screaming Jay Hawkins  I Hear Voices   Options A Portrait of a Man and His Woman
(Hot Line 1962)
Dinah Washington  New Blowtop Blues   Options A Slick Chick (on the Mellow Side)
(Emarcy 1952)
Clint Eastwood  I Talk to the Trees   Options Paint Your Wagon
(Paramount 1969)
Nina Simone  The Desperate Ones   Options Nina and Piano!
(RCA 1969)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns
(CAM 1971)

Jimmie Lunceford  I'm Losing My Mind
(Because of You)   Options
Jimmie Lunceford 1941-1945
(Chronological Classics )
Tiny Parham  Cuckoo Blues   Options Tiny Parham and His Musicians 1926-1929
(Chronological Classics 1928)
Bo Diddley  Crackin' Up   Options b/w The Great Grandfather
(Checker 1959)
Memphis Jug Band  Insane Crazy Blues   Options Best of the Memphis Jug Band
(Yazoo )
Guitar Junior  Going Crazy Baby   Options Eddie's House of Hits:
The Story of Goldband Records
(Ace )

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1969)

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
(Now Again )
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:
Hey Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

La Lupe  Going Out of My Head   Options Dos Lados de La Lupe
(Tico 1967)
Joe Bataan  My Opera   Options Mr. New York
(Fania 1972)
Lenny Bruce  Psychopathia Sexualis   Options The Sick Humor of Lenny Bruce
(Fantasy 1958)
Betty Hutton  I've Got Blue Birds in My Belfry   Options
Hank Snow  I've Got a Tangled Mind   Options
Porter Wagoner  The Rubber Room   Options The Rubber Room
(Omni 1972)
Meredith Monk  The Tale   Options Dolmen Music

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

Dolly Parton  Daddy Come and Get Me   Options Troubled Troubadours
(Omni 1970)
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)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Options Olinga
(CTI 1974)

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band  Next   Options Next
(Vertigo 1973)
Fred Lane  Rubber Room   Options From the One That Cut You
(Shimmy Disc 1983)
Suicidal Tendencies  Institutionalized   Options Suicidal Tendencies
(Frontier 1983)
Beach Boys  In My Room   Options b/w Be True to Your School
(Capitol 1963)

Listener comments!

  5:04pm annie:

hey this niagara piece is great!!
  5:06pm Drummer Some:

Glad you like!
  5:28pm annie:

and i have the feed on in the store.. sounds great. lots of compliments
  5:31pm Drummer Some:

We aim to please. You can keep the tips.
  5:34pm annie:

neat, sweet and what a treat! i'm going to brave the delving of the drummer downloads tonight....add any good tunes to the Inn playlist. this ipod thing is getting pretty easy.
  5:35pm listener james from westwood:

hello and happy tuesday all!
  5:36pm Drummer Some:

Listener James from Westwood! We need someone to play Nurse Ratched for this evening's radioplay. Up for it?
  5:37pm listener james from westwood:

nurse ratched or diesel on tap! who needs some thorazine?
  5:39pm listener james from westwood:

fun fact: i posed as a nurse for the cover of a nursing magazine i worked for. too cheap to use stock art, so they paid $7 in cafeteria scrip for me to put on scrubs & grin.
  5:40pm Drummer Some:

Careful there Brother, that's getting into TMI territory.
  5:42pm listener james from westwood:

No worries, it was a clinical magazine, not something they hide behind the counter.
  5:44pm Drummer Some:

As long as you washed your hands.
  5:44pm listener james from westwood:

until we got a license w. one of the online stock-art companies, they used about half the employees as various faux nurses, doctors, and patients in our publications.
  5:45pm listener james from westwood:

I definitely washed up the day they had me pose as an unconscious patient. w00t—paid to lie down on the job!
  5:47pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

R P McMurphy was not misunderstood, just a pain in the rear.
  5:47pm Drummer Some:

Listeners with their own copy of my 2005 marathon premium "Loony Tunes" will here some familiar material this evening.
  5:48pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

Where's the bloomin' music? All dressed up & nowhere to go.
  5:49pm Drummer Some:

Are you a phleboptimist or a phlebpessimist?
  5:50pm Drummer Some:

The show starts at 6pm (ET). This is the pre-party. Grab a cocktail and mingle.
  5:52pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

Neither/neither either/either. It has to be a Bloody Mary si tu plait. If I may be so bold.
  5:53pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

The bottle is always half full in this hospital Drummer.
  5:56pm Drummer Some:

You said it, Phlebby.
  5:59pm listener james from westwood:

Had been listening to Tony Coulter's back-from-Belgium archive before switching over to the DS stream. Sweet stuff. Kinda like those post-Record Fair weeks, when everyone's playing their finds.
  5:59pm ndbob:

evening doug and everyone!
  6:01pm ndbob:

the weather here today could induce insanity.. raining and windy... my heat went on this morning
  6:02pm listener james from westwood:

and when does my router choose to crap out? RIGHT AT SIX. back on now. crazy tunes redux!
  6:04pm Drummer Some:

Maybe Amanda will have some rekkids from her trip to Russia. Tune in tomorrow at noon to find out...

Howdy ndbob!
  6:05pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

I's scared aready. The man at the door looks like you but he don' smell like you.
  6:06pm listener james from westwood:

evening, ndbob! we had the first summer storm blast through about a half hour ago. blue sky again but muggy and dripping outside.
  6:07pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Doug and all the listeners.
  6:08pm ndbob:

one .of screaming jay's best!..... it finally made it to 60 here
  6:08pm Drummer Some:

Greetings to you, Richard! Please leave all sharp objects with security before entering.
  6:09pm Jessibird:

Just popping in to say howdy, then popping out again since streaming is nixed at work. Will catch up with the archive later. Can't wait! Meanwhile, some amusement is to be had by searching my digital music collection for "insane", "crazy", "mental" and suchlike. No substitute for your carefully curated playlist, Doug, of course.

Stay weird, everybody! Catch you later!
  6:09pm listener james from westwood:

there is no upper bound to the # of times screamin' jay can be played week to week.
  6:10pm marcury:

Two Hour Tuesday; Excellent!
  6:11pm Drummer Some:

Master Marcury. Glad to be with you here on Radio Bellvue.
  6:12pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

If you can sustain this for the full hour I'll be on my knees. HURTLE does have the right flight.
  6:12pm Drummer Some:

Two hours, Phlebster, TWO big ones.
  6:14pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

Oh brother you are doing me. I need time to sharpen the rusty ones.
  6:14pm listener james from westwood:

between the man with no name and dirty harry lies "paint your wagon."
  6:14pm marcury:

I've got my straitjacket on tonight. Makes typing damn hard!
  6:16pm Drummer Some:

Nina is performing a Jacques Brel number here.
  6:16pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

Synchronicity, DS I played this about four hours ago.
  6:17pm Richard from Venezuela:

One way to scrobble the Give the Drummer Some's stream
  6:17pm Drummer Some:

Good things happen in threes. Maybe I should play it again.
  6:18pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

I should have mentioned earlier. anyone for a blood test please take a ticket and I will be with you as soon as I have mopped the floor.
  6:24pm Drummer Some:

Richard, I've never been scrobbled. Does it tickle?
  6:24pm listener james from westwood:

Jimmie Lunceford ... James Ellroy named a character in his just-post-WWII "L.A. Confidential" Mal Lunceford. Wonder if he'd been spinning tunes of the era while writing?
  6:28pm A Phlebotomist Writes:

This is not mad it's a beautiful sound that no longer exists.
  6:36pm Nervous Norvus:

Ape Call doudlee ubbub.
  6:36pm listener james from westwood:

i'm mad for the long-lost old noise.
oh, if anyone hears crunching, it's me. salad time, you know.
  6:39pm Richard from Venezuela:

I find something. Only scrobble if the track is in this order:
Artist - Name of the track.
Other form, like:
"name of the track" by "Artist" , doesnt scrobble. :(
. I could scrobble the ichiban stream for this reason.
  6:39pm listener james from westwood:

when i hear "if," i think of that one early malcolm mcdowell film.
  6:39pm trrish:

Hey, I've never heard this before. And, I'm amazed I still like Pink Floyd..
Good to hear you in this Tuesday timeslot, Doug
  6:42pm Richard from Venezuela:

the beginning of atom heart mother suite is a classic.
  6:43pm Drummer Some:

Hiya Trrish!
  6:44pm Drummer Some:

Just like last week—I can't find my Nervous Norvus record. It's really bugging me. I go INSANE when I can't find a record.
  6:49pm listener james from westwood:

happy to hear that freak out music again!
  6:51pm Drummer Some:

What do you mean, hear it "again"? Are you feeling OK, James? Mind playing tricks on you or something?
  6:53pm listener james from westwood:

they're putting the wrong pills in my salad again!
  6:57pm Drummer Some:

I was gonna do "Spasms" at Hoof 'n'Mouth Sinfonia a couple of years ago, but chickened out.
  7:04pm ndbob:

La Lupe certainly fits well here:)
  7:05pm Drummer Some:

She gave her entire career, denounced it in fact, and joined the 7th Day Adventists.
  7:05pm Michael Pollak:

This is just great. I've been mining the audio motherlode for over a year, but this is the first time I've ever caught the stream live and I'd forgotten how much fun live is.
  7:08pm Drummer Some:

Michael, I'm so glad you found the fun? You know I'm doing Give the Drummer Some right here every Friday morning, 9-noon. If you'd like to get on the mailing list, send me email (click on the little envelop icon atop the playlist).
  7:10pm Drummer Some:

I love that little Carole King piano interlude happening here.
  7:13pm listener james from westwood:

as a tween i was allowed to listen to every track on this lenny bruce album except this one.
  7:14pm Drummer Some:

I bet your mother was a 10-pound goose named Tex.
  7:14pm listener james from westwood:

"religion, inc." was OK but this was no go. go figure.
  7:15pm Michael Pollak:

I've been on the mailing list since its inauguration. But I'm nocturnal and rarely up in the mornings. I'm actually at work now. For which this is a great accompaniment.
  7:15pm listener james from westwood:

at least my mom never ran at hollywood park!
  7:16pm trrish:

So tell us how you feel about horses, ljamesfw..
  7:16pm listener james from westwood:

tho her dad was quite the fiend for otb...
  7:17pm listener james from westwood:

tell my feelings about horses?! neeeiiigh!
  7:17pm Drummer Some:

Well I'm glad you're all over it Michael. Use the Drummerlode however it best suits you.
  7:20pm ndbob:

Porter's best here!
  7:21pm trrish:

Loony Tunes, huh?
  7:22pm Drummer Some:

The song comes courtesy of Listener Marcury, who just emailed it! Thanks Marcury!
  7:23pm marcury:

Even with the straightjacket "I still have my mind"!
  7:24pm ndbob:

I saw Meredith Monk perform a few years ago.
  7:24pm listener james from westwood:

good call, marcury!
  7:25pm marcury:

Meredith is a national treasure, I got to dance with her once. Thrill of my life.
  7:29pm ndbob:

The first time I heard "My Opera" I wondered if I was hearing the lyrics correctly.
  7:32pm Drummer Some:

Joe Bataan played at my friend's wedding. They found his number online, called him and he brought the whole band to do their wedding. Crazy!
  7:34pm listener james from westwood:

i'd have loved to have joe and his band at some of the weddings i've attended.
  7:34pm marcury:

Twinkie Insanity! Yikes!
  7:34pm ndbob:

That's great Doug!
  7:41pm Drummer Some:

This Doug Anderson track is maybe my favorite find of the past year. All praises to the amazing blog The Singing Bones (
  7:43pm ndbob:

that's a great blog
  7:43pm trrish:

Has the Corporation, the person - set of persons - been committed to an asylum yet, or just granted asylum ?
  7:44pm marcury:

  7:46pm monica:

awesome show tonight, doug!
  7:46pm Michael Pollak:

Are these live shows archived anywhere?
  7:47pm Drummer Some:

Michael, all of my shows are archived here:
  7:48pm listener james from westwood:

  7:49pm Drummer Some:

Hiya Monica!
  7:49pm Michael Pollak:

Thx! Dunno why I couldn't find it. D'oh!
  7:51pm marcury:

That version of Next always brings tears to my eyes.
  7:51pm Drummer Some:

No worries, MP. The archives go back over a decade, so you've got your work cut out for you.
  7:52pm listener james from westwood:

i have to assume someone covered Next @ hoof & mouth. it's got kenny g written all over it.
  7:52pm Drummer Some:

Marcury, I do believe you introduced me to Alex Harvey's Next. Thanks for that.
  7:53pm marcury:

My pleasure!
  7:57pm Drummer Some:

Listener James from W, if I'm not mistaken, I believe Irwin Chusid did that at Hoof 'n' Mouth.
  7:57pm marcury:

Just found this: complete Jaques Brel discography
  7:58pm marcury:

Great show!
  7:58pm trrish:

This one is a hoof'n'mouth standout for me.
  7:59pm listener james from westwood:

ah, perfect. irwin and kenny are vocal doppelgängers.
  8:00pm Drummer Some:

And I believe that Hova and Belinda covered Suicidal Tendencies at one Hoof 'n' Mouth.
  8:01pm ndbob:

great show as always doug!
  8:03pm trrish:

Yep. Glad to catch it on this fine Tues. Thanks to all.
  8:04pm listener james from westwood:

doug, i believe you're right about belinda.
incredible show! it's like daylight saving ended and gave us a second hour.
see y'all tomorrow for amanda's show!
  8:04pm Drummer Some:

Mad love to you all!
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