Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from June 22, 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
Blondie  I'm Gonna Love You Too   Options           0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Sleater-Kinney  Modern Girl   Options The Woods  Sub Pop  2005  CD    0:02:23 (Pop‑up)
Luna  Great Jones Street   Options Bewitched  Elektra  1994  CD    0:05:18 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe  Half a Boy and Half a Man   Options Nick Lowe and his Cowboy Outfit  Columbia  1984  LP    0:08:52 (Pop‑up)
  Heart           sung by me  0:11:50 (Pop‑up)
Rogue Wave  Everyday   Options           0:13:55 (Pop‑up)
Waylon Jennings  Amanda   Options RCA Country Legends  BMG Heritage  2001 (1979)  CD    0:17:34 (Pop‑up)
The Real Kids  Rave On   Options           0:27:37 (Pop‑up)
Delmore Brothers   Beale Street Boogie   Options King Hillbilly Bop and Boogie (V/A)  Ace  2002 (1947)  CD    0:29:23 (Pop‑up)
Wanda Jackson  There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder   Options Salutes the Country Music Hall of Fame  Capitol  1967  LP    0:32:01 (Pop‑up)
Everly Brothers  Cathy's Clown   Options A Date With the Everly Brothers  WB  1960  LP    0:34:30 (Pop‑up)
Warren Smith  So Long I'm Gone   Options Uranium Rock: the Best of Warren Smith  Sun  1995 (1957)  CD    0:36:51 (Pop‑up)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys  St. Louis Blues Pt. 2   Options s/t  Kaleidoscope  1990 (1946)  LP    0:48:30 (Pop‑up)
Stray Cats  Oh, Boy!   Options           0:38:50 (Pop‑up)
Gene Pitney  Pretty Flamingo   Options American Roots of the British Invasion (V/A)  Varese Sarabande  2002 (1966)  CD    0:47:33 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Lynn  You'll Lose a Good Thing   Options     orig 1962  MP3    0:55:13 (Pop‑up)
Etta James  Plum Nuts   Options The Second Time Around  Chess  1988 (1961)  LP    0:57:33 (Pop‑up)
Hank Ballard and the Midnighters  If You'd Forgive Me   Options   King  1960  7"    1:00:33 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats  Rocket "88"   Options Sun Records Collection  Sun  1994 (1951)  CD    1:03:11 (Pop‑up)
Slim Harpo  I Don't Want No One (To Take You Away From Me)   Options The Scratch  Excello  1996 (19??)  CD    1:05:39 (Pop‑up)
Flamin' Groovies  That'll Be the Day   Options           1:08:46 (Pop‑up)
Shirelles  Putty (In Your Hands)   Options Baby It's You  Sundazed  1993 (1962)  CD    1:21:10 (Pop‑up)
Willie Hightower  Nobody But You   Options s/t  Honest Jons  2004 (1968)  CD    1:23:10 (Pop‑up)
Paul Revere & the Raiders  Let Me!   Options Alias Pink Puzz  Sundazed  2000 (1969)  CD    1:25:28 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  Something Better Beginning   Options Kinda Kinks  Reprise  1965  LP    1:29:15 (Pop‑up)
The Turtles  She'd Rather Be With Me   Options   White Whale  1967  7"    1:31:44 (Pop‑up)
John Lennon  Peggy Sue   Options           1:33:46 (Pop‑up)
Demolition Doll Rods  Dream   Options   Bag of Hammers  1995  7"    1:37:32 (Pop‑up)
Destroyer  The Temple   Options   Endearing  2000  7"    1:40:00 (Pop‑up)
Mountain Goats  Orange Ball of Hate   Options Zopilote Machine  3 Beads of Sweat  2005 (1994)  CD    1:44:48 (Pop‑up)
The Head Cat  Not Fade Away   Options           1:46:56 (Pop‑up)
The Oranges Band  Oh, Madalene   Options All Around  Lookout!  2003  CD    1:49:11 (Pop‑up)
13th Floor Elevators  I'm Gonna Love You Too   Options           1:57:53 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:47am Amanda:

I cannot tell a lie: this show was pre-recorded last night. But I am here on the internet NOW! Be with me!
  12:00pm Alf from Upstate:

  12:00pm efd:

I'm here! Welcome back!

But now I'm going to a noon meeting. But I'll be back!
  12:02pm Amanda:

This is the greatest day of my life. Hi, Alf and efd! No meeting can stop the Nazario Scenario freight train.
  12:05pm Lizardner Dave:

Comma zero, comma zero, comma zero. Oh, whoops, sorry, new show!
  12:05pm Carmichael:

Hello, Amanda. I proudly state that I have no meetings.
  12:08pm Amanda:

Lizardner Dave -- type as many zeroes as you want, I am not going to stop you.

Carmichael -- me neither! Let's celebrate!
  12:09pm ndbob:

welcome back amanda!
  12:10pm Amanda:

Thanks! I'm happy to be home.
  12:10pm Matt M:

Right on Amanda!
  12:10pm Drummer Some:

I got zero meetings 2, er too. (Like, who would I be meeting?)
  12:10pm Carmichael:

Any Nick Lowe is good Nick Lowe. Particularly Rockpile Nick Lowe.
  12:11pm Amanda:

Heh, Carmichael -- let's see what you think of what comes next.

Right on yourself Hat Matt!
  12:15pm Carmichael:

<wiping away tears> That was beautiful, man!!

Actually, that was very nice. Thank you for the serenade!
  12:15pm ndbob:

yep - very nice:)
  12:17pm Amanda:

  12:21pm Meetings:

We're the biggest timewasting timesuck ever.
  12:23pm Lizardner Dave:

Amanda - If today you could say anything to last night you that's talking right now, what would it be?
  12:24pm Skirkie:

Do you mean today's tomorrow, or yesterday's tomorrow?
  12:25pm Amanda:

LD: I'd remind myself that I need to talk a little faster when I get nervous. :-)

Skirkie: Today's tomorrow; that is to say, tomorrow.
  12:27pm Lizardner Dave:

I meant today's last night of course!
  12:27pm Drummer Some:

Most disgusting billboard ever (seen in West Virginia):

A huge McDonald's ad showing a 25-foot-tall Big Mac and the bearing legend "Pleased to Meat You!"

Meat as a verb, folks.
  12:29pm Skirkie:

Gotcha. Happy today's tomorrow birthday to Matt.
  12:29pm listener james from westwood:

trapped in a conference call from noon, but free now. hello, all, and welcome home, amanda!!
  12:30pm ndbob:

lol Doug.. I think Missouri is the state with the most interesting -and tasteless billboards - particularly in SW Mo. - lots of cheap "dentures while you wait" ones.
  12:32pm Fiveash:

Thanks dear for playing the appropriate version of the Waylon song, but it's good that you have the other one in reserve for when I start shaving a couple few years off my age. Doug: disgusting indeed, but imagine how different everything would be if 1964 had given us "Meat the Beatles"!
  12:32pm Or...:

"Beat the Meatles"
  12:33pm Lizardner Dave:

That title would have worked with the original cover of "Yesterday and Today".
  12:33pm Amanda:

But wasn't that just the "Butcher" LP cover...?
  12:34pm efd:

I love that he calls you "dear."
  12:35pm Drummer Some:

I'll stick with the Meet Puppets, thank you.
  12:35pm Lizardner Dave:

Yeah. but see if that record was called "Meat the Beatles" and they used the butcher cover, well....never mind. It was a horrible joke.
  12:36pm listener james from westwood:

The Beatles are made from people! They're MADE FROM PEOPLE!!!
  12:38pm Carmichael:

Since you were in Russia, Amanda, will you play some Russkie-themed good ol' US of A music? Bram Tschaikovsky is plenty close enough for me.
  12:38pm Drummer Some:

For some reason, this discussion is making me think of the cover of my Spanish pressing of Sticky Fingers:

  12:41pm Amanda:

For the record, people sometimes ask me if Matt is younger than I am. It is almost as disconcerting as trying to put together a birthday show he deserves.

Lizardner Dave, now that you've clarified your joke, I like it

Carmichael -- I decided to shelve the Russian ideas until next week. But they'll be along.
  12:42pm Fiveash:

How am I supposed to leave my house and do laundry when you're playing all this great stuff. Finally made 40 and still wearing jeans, the same jeans I've been wearing for three weeks.
  12:42pm Joe D.:

Stanley Tucci looks like italian Ken Freedman and it's creepy.

Amanda I also have records to give you.

That is all, carry on.
  12:42pm Amanda:

Doug, did you play this record when you did the "Parts 1 & 2" show? I don't remember if you did.
  12:44pm glenn:

  12:44pm Drummer Some:

Amanda, I did NOT play this record (pt. 1 or 2). It sounds so much better on your show anyways.
  12:46pm Amanda:

Glenn, are you saying you think Matt can leave to do his laundry now?

Duffy -- whaaaa? Why? Are they mine, or new to me? Explain!
  12:47pm Carmichael:

This reminds me of the Jeff Beck & the Big Town Playboys stuff I was listening to last night. Go, Cat!!
  12:48pm glenn:

  12:49pm Amanda:

Oh! Oh. Yeah. Understood. Carry on.
  12:49pm ndbob:

nice version here... I grew up hearing the Tommy Vann version, which was a hit in Baltimore/
  12:49pm glenn:

  12:50pm Or...:

a new space bar
  12:51pm glenn:

  12:52pm ?:

You made your keyboard take the "pepsi challenge"? OOPS.
  12:53pm glenn:

  12:53pm Amanda:

I know how that goes -- my own keyboard took the Brooklyn Lager Challenge at the Ding Dong lounge a couple of months ago.
  12:55pm Amanda's Keyboard:

And I'm still hung ovah.
  12:55pm Brian in UK:

Welcome back to the Interways. Did you have a fab time?
  12:55pm Alf from Upstate:

Tired of listening to you? What would give you that crazy idea?
  12:56pm glenn:

  12:57pm Amanda:

Hey, Brian! Loved it. It was, as they say, real horrorshow. Alf -- self-consciousness abounds...
  12:58pm Fiveash:

Barbara Lynn! Or as Masayo Sato calls her, "Baba Rynn"! Behold: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAnSyQA_fT4
  12:58pm Joe D.:

1 is an LP I bought drunk and don't really want and the other is a 7" EP I bought drunk that I already have a copy of. You will like them.
  12:59pm Drummer Some:

I always love playing Barbara Lynn's "Ring Telephone Ring" during the WFMU marathon. A bit obvious, but I'm a sucker for obvious.
  1:00pm Lizardner Dave:

mmm.....plum nuts.....
  1:01pm Brian in UK:

Joe D sounds like you need to drink more.

Horrorshow - that was from A Clockwork Orange if I'm not mistaken.
  1:02pm Mike Sin:

For the "anoraks"... Would anyone happen to know exactly when in '66 Gene Pitney cut "Pretty Flamingo"? Manfred Mann released a version in April '66 and took it to the top of the UK charts. Both Pitney's and Manfred Mann's versions seem to be structured and arranged very similiarly (compared to other versions). Just wonderin' who copped who...
  1:02pm Amanda:

MF, do you remember when Andy played that record at Union Pool and it was the only time we ever slow danced that I didn't step on your feet? It is an important song to me for that reason. If you don't remember it we are going to be fighting now.

Doug, I (for one) always appreciate your obviousness.
  1:04pm glenn:

  1:05pm Joe D.:

@ Brian - as I'm currently sitting in the library writing a paper that was due 3 hours ago, I wholeheartedly agree

Hey Amnazz did you ever read "The Things They Carried"?

do you feel like writing a paper? Because I do not. It's only 5 pages. And I heard you're a MASTER.
  1:05pm Carmichael:

Unless this is a different version, the band is Ike Turner's. Rythmn & Blues Review (?) for whom Brenston sang lead. Just sayin' ...
  1:05pm ndbob:

Mike - Gene Pitney's is the original.

The song was originally composed as an instrumental titled simply "Flamingo," with lyrics casually written as an afterthought. The Drifters cut a demo but composer Mark Barkan wasn't happy with it. He then did his own arrangement demo with Jimmy Radcliffe on vocals. The song quickly got to Gene Pitney, whose British management also represented Manfred Mann. Soon after Gene's album issue, the title was modified to "Pretty Flamingo" to avoid confusion with the Edmund Anderson//Ted Grouya jazz standard
  1:06pm Amanda:

Mike -- if it turns out that Manfred Mann did it first, I will breathe a sigh of relief, because it was a surprise to me that he wasn't the first one who cut it! But that comp seems to be on the level, so...
  1:06pm ndbob:

That's from The Originals Project site.

  1:07pm Amanda:

Haha, thanks ndbob. Disregard my babe-in-the-woods comment above, all.
  1:08pm Brian in UK:

Manfred Mann (the person) was always quick on picking up toons eg mighty quin & Blinded by the light later on.
  1:08pm Carmichael:

Man, I love Slim Harpo. Don't Start Cryin' Now has to be the slickest song ever.
  1:10pm Amanda:

Brian in the UK -- yes! In A Clockwork Orange all their slang is bowdlerized Russian. Anthony Burgess's linguistic genius at work.

Joe, I am excited by this news, because all of my favorite records are just castoffs from other people.

You GUYS, I'm overwhelmed by all the lively conversation today! Thanks so much for your interest!
  1:11pm Brian in UK:

Amanda Let's call them your droogs!!
  1:12pm listener james from westwood:

A friend of mine used his Nadsat knowledge to woo a Russian woman. It worked; their 10th anniversary is this July.
  1:14pm efd:

There is no shame in being a fan of compilation CDs.

A Fan of Compilation CDs (Mr.)
  1:15pm Fiveash:

I remember! I think John Funke filled in for you in the stepping-on-my-feet-while slow-dancing dept. that night. Looking forward to doing the Texas Toe-Step tomorrow night.
  1:17pm mike tp:

welcome to the family of listeners of great music dj till the cows come home its cool being on the other side of the glass let it flow let it go
  1:19pm Brian in UK:

efd Compilation CDs were the best reason for CDs to manifest themselves on the public. It brought so much music back into public awareness.
  1:19pm jessek:

I'm checking in and checking out
great show today (or yesterday)!
  1:19pm Amanda:

Thanks mike tp! Yay!

Evan -- "I learned it by watching you!!!"

Jeezus, I apologize to all of you for this long sappy ridiculousness. I have been standing on the porch with my fingers in my ears.
  1:20pm Amanda:

Hi and bye, Jesse!
  1:20pm Drummer Some:

Radio is your mistress, now, Amanda.
  1:20pm efd:

I might be biased because I know the parties involved, but I very much enjoyed that sappy ridiculousness.
  1:21pm Carmichael:

Matt's a lucky guy, Amanda. Thanks for sharing.
  1:21pm ndbob:

Actually - it was lovely Amanda:).
  1:22pm efd:

@Brian in UK, you're exactly right. I've discovered tons of music that I was previously unaware of via the humble comp CD.
  1:23pm Mike Sin:

ndbob -- OK, thanks for site info.

Dirt cheap --
  1:24pm Fiveash:

I might be even more biased than Evan but I enjoyed it too.
  1:26pm ndbob:

Thanks Mike!
  1:26pm Amanda:

If only I had been born with functioning shut-the-fuck-up muscles
  1:29pm Joe D.:

I'm considering having some surgically implanted
  1:30pm Amanda:

No! What will the rest of our support group say?!?
  1:31pm Fiveash:

I love this Kinks song. As you know, I have been on a Kinks Kick lately. Too bad the word Kick already starts with "K", leaving me with no window for an imaginary Kinks album title joke. PS, happy belated birthday Raymond Douglas Davies!
  1:32pm Carmichael:

The Turtles!! Ya baby!!
  1:32pm Joe D.:

probably something cogent and on-topic that slowly devolves into a tangential ramble where they each in turn reveal something embarassing about themselves.
  1:33pm Amanda:

Julie went to London to visit him on his birthday. That's why I'm filling in for her.
  1:34pm Brian in UK:

Fiveash you might be interested in this. Book your flight now.
  1:36pm Buddy Holley:

Is it something I sung?
  1:36pm Listener Schned:

Even though working from home, I can't listen in real time, but I am psyched for hearing all the sing-a-long goodness tonight ! May throw down a comment at that point. Enjoy all !
  1:38pm Drummer Some:

In case anyone missed the reference, our dear Amanda will be filling in for Julie over on the WFMU mothership on June 28, 3-6am. (That's late Monday/early Tuesday.) We shall miss you Amanda.
  1:41pm Brian in UK:

How long does this show last? Got to get dinner ready & cannot pick up stream on the raydeeo. Doug can you sort this out please maestro?
  1:41pm Amanda:

Hey, I'm not going anywhere! Just visiting the airwaves for a brief change of scenery. Thank you very much for that promotional blurb.
  1:41pm listener james from westwood:

I might actually catch part of the final hour of that live, but it's on the must-grab archive list!
  1:42pm Amanda:

Only until the top of the hour Brian. Stay stay!
  1:43pm Brian in UK:

OK how can I not (to quote Joan as Policewoman).

I'm sure that Ken can arrange to have sounds come out of the wallpaper.
  1:45pm Lizardner Dave:

What a great show. Thank you Amanda!
  1:46pm Amanda:

Awww. Thank YOU, LD! I really missed doing it these past 2 weeks.
  1:47pm Alf from Upstate:

Wherein the title of the show comes into full focus.
  1:48pm efd:

From the sound of things the show isn't all you missed. :)
  1:48pm Amanda:

That is true.
  1:49pm Gene:

Glad you're back, Amanda.
  1:50pm Amanda:

And glad you made it on time! Thanks again for coming out last week.
  1:51pm William T.:

She missed us, she really missed, um, us.
  1:51pm Brian in UK:

Does this tell us more about our esteemed DJ or the unparalled qualities of Buddy?

Glad your're up-front-ed-ness is accepted for public consumption.
  1:54pm Amanda:

Yeah, you said a mouthful Brian. William -- I did, though! Give The Drummer Radio listeners are a kind, attentive, fantastically nerdy bunch. Especially after baring my soul to them today, I'll be appreciative for-evah.
  1:54pm Gene:

I came for the tortas, I stayed for the story about the guy who got his junk photographed at a party or something.
  1:54pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda!
  1:55pm Carmichael:

Amanda, you're the greatest!
  1:56pm Amanda:

BTW, Gene is referring to the fiction reading I did last week. My story was about making a rock video.

Carmichael: BACK. AT. YOU.
  1:57pm Brian in UK:

It got lost in translation. You know how it is.
Fab programme (see what I mean 'bout translation).
  1:59pm Drummer Some:

Queued up and ready to go on the stream...

George Jones
Loretta Lynn
Hank Snow
Jimmy Cavallo
31st of February
Lovelace Watkins
Bernie Williams (not the Yankee)
Chris Schilder Quartet...
  2:00pm Amanda:

Thanks everybody, see you next week! Happy 26th birthday, Matt!
  2:00pm listener james from westwood:

have a fine rest of your wednesdays, all, and see you on friday with doug! amanda, thanks as always for the delightful show!
  3:04pm sprattle:

Don't be embarrassed, Amanda; it's every man's fantasy to have his gf talk about him so lovingly on an internationally renowned alternative music web stream.
  3:00am Michael Shelley:

Very #1
  8:41am Amanda:

Thank you Michael!
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