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Options June 28, 2011: some girls on the marquee moon w/ bryan waterman and cyrus patell interviews

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
funkadelic  can you get to that   Options         0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
woods  out of the eye   Options sun and shade      *   0:04:39 (Pop‑up)
air  sexy boy (etienne de cracy & the flower pistols remix)   Options sexy boy 5 track        0:11:20 (Pop‑up)
miles davis  rated x   Options get up with it        0:16:41 (Pop‑up)
fursaxa  russian snow queen/pyracantha   Options Lepidoptera        0:22:13 (Pop‑up)
jody reynolds  endless sleep   Options         0:34:49 (Pop‑up)
lights  at midnight   Options lights        0:41:50 (Pop‑up)
joe bataan  subway joe   Options king of latin soul  vampisoul      0:47:10 (Pop‑up)
liquid liquid  lock groove (in)   Options successive reflexes        0:50:07 (Pop‑up)
arto lindsay  hyper civilizada/complicity m28 mix wrecked by dj mutamassik and SPIT   Options hyper civilizado remixes        0:54:53 (Pop‑up)
tina b  jazzy sensation   Options Fly Girls! B-Boys Beware (V/A)        1:01:12 (Pop‑up)
princess superstar  blue beretta   Options strictly platinum        1:08:51 (Pop‑up)
dawn penn  no no no   Options         1:12:10 (Pop‑up)
serge gainsbourg  new york USA   Options         1:20:29 (Pop‑up)
bruce haack  incantation   Options         1:21:29 (Pop‑up)
tom tom club  wordy rappinghood   Options         1:24:42 (Pop‑up)
esg  the beat   Options         1:32:25 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
      inrterviewing bryan waterman and cyrus patell    1:38:40 (Pop‑up)
television  satisfaction   Options live at the old waldorff 1978        1:53:15 (Pop‑up)
glen campbell  rhinestone cowboy   Options     inrterviewing bryan waterman and cyrus patell    2:07:43 (Pop‑up)
ramones  53rd and 3rd   Options         2:15:05 (Pop‑up)
rolling stones  when the whip comes down live   Options         2:24:07 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
      inrterviewing bryan waterman and cyrus patell    2:24:10 (Pop‑up)
television  prove it /demo " brian eno engineered"   Options         2:32:02 (Pop‑up)
kenny dope feat screechy dan  `boomin in ya jeep   Options         2:45:39 (Pop‑up)
Phyllis Dillon  midnight confession   Options         2:49:05 (Pop‑up)
the daktaris  Upside Down   Options         2:51:50 (Pop‑up)
  intro ad   stockingtop pop v/a dream babes v 8        2:55:26 (Pop‑up)
the stockingtops  you're never gonna get my lovin   Options stockingtop pop v/a dream babes v 8        2:56:08 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:03am trouble:

goooood morning alll
  9:04am Brian in UK:

Afternoon trouble. It's raining cats & dogs here.
  9:05am hamburger / london:

helllooooo - time to boogie! - as the kids say.. or they did 50 years ago at least :D
  9:06am trouble:

oooo sorry to hear that. although a good soaker is always welcome...
  9:06am hamburger / london:

yea - wasn't a cloud in sight yesterday - lightning and everything today! what a country
  9:08am Adrian in London:

Thunder! Lightning! The gods are angry with London. I blame Coldplay, myslef. Hello all, by the way.
  9:08am pierre:

Bonjour Trouble,
Bonjour all listeners !
  9:08am Bad Ronald:

Good morning. Trying to suss out the Rolling Stones/Television connection in today's program title...
  9:10am Brian in UK:

Here's a new one. There's going to be a theremin symposium end of next month in Scarborough for three days. Sounds wild.
  9:11am moose:

yes i see it's raining in london from watching wimbledon being played under the roof! no tennis fans here? great opening of the show, dj!
  9:13am seang:

Lets go Murray
  9:14am trouble:

the 4th grade class sang coldplay @ the end of school celebration...that proves it. BAD ronald, all will be revealed soon enough!
  9:14am moose:

¡vamos RAFA!
(i do like murray too and i know the UK'd be pleased were he to take it)
  9:15am moose:

(and right now, let's go bartoli! ok, last tennis comment)
  9:18am Brian in UK:

moose for some reason people who never show any interest in sport in UK become tennis fans for two weeks every June. Bonkers. Then any UK hope in hyped through the retractable roof.

Kronos Quartet do a snappy version of Marquee Moon.
  9:19am Adrian in London:

@moose Yes, I like Bartoli but I also really like Lisicki. Its either win-win or lose-lose for me today.
  9:21am northguineahills:

miles, a nice way to wake up.....
  9:24am trouble:

i am all for temporary sportsfandom. i am like that with the world cup. i would be watching tennis right now, well not exactly RIGHT now, if i had cable, boohoo.
  9:25am trouble:

bonjour pierre!!
  9:25am maja:

as hot as hell can't wait for that rain and thunder to come over here. these colors remind of the football team in my village way back
  9:28am pierre:

just for everybody to know, Paris feels like an oven right now, more a steamer actually, lots of storms, lots of moist heat…
  9:32am seang:

Espn360 (internet) has live coverage of wimbledon and also the women's World Cup
  9:35am Brian in UK:

You might be able to pick this up, then again maybe not.

  9:39am matt:

  9:39am pierre:

Jody Reynolds !!!
  9:40am Dave B:

Morning all!

  9:41am Adrian in London:

You'resaying it right. lep-i-DOP-tera
  9:41am trouble:

merci adrian!
  9:42am trouble:

thanks for the web links to tennis, guys.
  9:42am Dave B:

  9:42am yayson:

  9:49am matt:

Hova didn't know "lepidoptera" either when once upon a time he played it.
  9:51am dc pat:

hey folks, oh yeah, WWC and Wimbledon. Looks like Lisicki is about to win.
  9:53am dc pat:

I'm really hoping Sharapova plays Azarenka in the finals==SCREECH FEST!
  9:55am Brian in UK:

It was on another programme, hope it wasn't yours trouble, this last week that someone told a story that Joe Bataan was called up through the 'phone book and came and played at a friends wedding.
  9:55am moose:

(i thought the opening-track record-messing was really good)
  9:56am Jennique:

Morning Trouble. Wouldn't it be great if the Statue of Liberty was still copper colored? She'd look so tan standing out there in New York harbor.
  9:56am moose:

bertoli coming back...
  9:57am moose:

  9:57am northguineahills:

ahh, I miss this arto lindsay remix album, reminds me of the mid-90's.
  9:57am dc pat:

ooo held off match points... she was great against Serena yesterday
  9:58am βrian:

But she *is* copper colored. Just not unoxidized copper.
  9:59am Bad Ronald:

I love the CYE poster for Season 8:

  10:01am dc pat:

  10:01am hamburger / london:

that is a neat poster :) really looking forward to the new season
  10:01am trouble:

jennique: wondering if beyonce is going to play bootielicious when she performs for the 4th celebration of fireworks. she can send it out to NJ since that is what we get to see of the lady
  10:05am dc pat:

  10:06am Jennique:

It almost sounds like she is saying "a Jersey sensation"
  10:06am Brian in UK:

She was Sacha Fierce at Glastonbury. Not sure if the music matched the attitude.
  10:07am listener mark:

@dc pat You have to pump it up to get on down
  10:09am Jennique:

Oh boy, Beyonce (or as my German friend pronounces her name "Boince") performing for 4th of July? UGGGGGH! Happily, I will be out on the west coast for that. Not sure who is performing in San Jose, California.
  10:10am dc pat:

was she saying "pump it up?" oh, thought I heard "punk it up." Show's how much groove I have...
  10:12am Jennique:

"Mount Airy Lodge where my hostess name is Molly"
  10:14am dc pat:

great tune, nonono...
  10:16am clueless in MI:

for Ja people
  10:16am color of trivia:

"The Statue of Liberty is made of copper 3/32in.thick, the same as two pennies put together."

"... patina is as thick, in many places, as the copper behind it and is protecting the copper from naturally wearing away.
  10:16am pierre:

Boince Boince Boince !
  10:17am hamburger / london:

I think over in Asia I've heard it pronounced Bee-yons :)
  10:18am listener mark:

I guess it was punk it up.
I switched over to Beethoven, Symphony 7, Allegretto, 2nd movement --- something serious and heavy for a humid morning
  10:23am Jennique:

Too bad Serge isn't around to list all the ATM locations for various NY banks. It would sound so much classier.
  10:27am pierre:

"j'ai jamais rien vu d'aussi haut"
  10:34am erella!:

Hi Trouble,
So glad to be listening this morning.
ESG, Joe Bataan, yeah.
  10:44am kwhitehead:

Lethem's :Chronic City", a fantastic New York novel, features "Some Girls" to great effect, btw.
  10:48am Bryan:

It also references the Hell/Verlaine split as part of the grand conspiracy. Hi, I'm on the air!
  10:48am hamburger / london:

and Lisicki's done it! unseeded player in the semi-finals! hohoho
  10:51am Jennique:

Punk justifies MY existence and justifies MY death! Thanks for making that clear!
  10:52am miketp:

the baloney boys and the pasta patrol wagon were really first
  10:56am maja:

  10:56am Kees, Nijmegen (NL):

They're both also very French bands.
  10:57am Bryan:

@ jennique -- you're not alone.
  10:58am Bryan:

Guess what -- you don't have to do math problems when you're posting from the studio wifi!
  10:58am dc pat:

yeah Bartoli tanked. Lisicki's got a bitchin serve.
  10:58am Bad Ronald:

Now I see - Thanks Trouble!
  10:59am dc pat:

anybody else think Hell (Richard) is over-rated? Compared to Verlaine and Thunders, he just doesn't cut it for me..
  11:01am moose:

my parents used to play the some girls album when i was little, when it was new- i'd often look at the cover- the whole thing made me kind of scared of becoming a grown-up
  11:02am Kees, Nijmegen (NL):

Over-rated? By whom? So, it depends. He, AND Robert Quine had one good album in him.
  11:02am PeeveGirl:

Reference (v.) != Refer to (v.)
Reference is to cite. One can reference a paragraph number, but one refers to the ideas in that paragraph.
  11:03am jan:

Patti had a cameo appearance on the Law and Order cop show last week! Talk about generosity.
  11:06am Bryan:

How punk is EB White?!?
  11:06am esquared:

punk still lives in nyc
  11:09am Bryan:

@ esquared -- word. nice to see you here.
  11:09am Fiona:

A tear in my eye at the mention of EB White's true New Yorkers (all the way from rainy London)
  11:10am esquared:

and according to judah friedlander
"I guess if you work for a giant corporation and you've lived here for more than six weeks, you're a New Yorker now. I think I used to know what it meant to be a New Yorker. I guess if you don't eat at Cosi sandwich shop you're a real New Yorker. If you don't go to Hopstop.com to find your way around the city, you're a real New Yorker. If you make too much noise on the sidewalk at night and bother people living in overpriced apartments, you're a real New Yorker. If you get mugged, and then immediately go eat a slice with the money hidden in your sock that they did not steal from you, you're a real New Yorker. If you cross the street wherever and whenever you want, you're a New Yorker. And if you walk fast, you're a New Yorker. Nobody walks fast in this city anymore. Everyone walks slow, and then goes to Equinox."
  11:10am Jennique:

This song should have been on the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack.
  11:11am Adrian in London:

I once saw Radiohead play Rhinestone Cowboy. They don't play it anymore.
  11:11am still b/p:

Poor ol' Glen revealed a few days ago he has Alzheimer's.
  11:13am Jennique:

esquared - thanks for that quote! Coming from a long time resident of NYC, I concur!
  11:13am Staceyjoy:

trouble, today's show is brilliant!! xxxooo
  11:13am esquared:

@ Bryan
yeah, multitasking -- listening to wfmu, while watching wimbledon on Espn3 via computer, tweeting, and tumblring, at the same time...all those but the one i'm getting paid for...
  11:14am pierre:

judah friedlander's quote is funny, because if you replace "if" by "baguette" it work for Paris to.
  11:14am jojo:

john lovits in some bad movie with a cowboy hat, with that record getting scratched
  11:14am G:

@still b/p: And the press release also stated Campbell will still perform. I guess the family thinks they need the money, kinda like the Sinatras for all those years when Frankie was singing pitifully off a teleprompter.
  11:14am Fiona:

John Rechy! Yes!
  11:16am Bad Ronald:

RE: Patti Smith - Warmed up for her once. See second paragraph...

  11:16am Dave B:

Ira Glass, when asked the "What makes a New Yorker?" question.

Glass's response?

Oh, for God's sake. I could give a fuck.

That is not only the correct answer, but also, exactly what makes a New Yorker. Ira Glass wins today.
  11:20am Jennique:

@ Dave B - HAHAHAHA!!!!
  11:21am dc pat:

ugh. Ira Gass....

Pierre, that's easily the funniest thing I've read/heard all day. I think if you replace "if" with "nn-tss-nn-tss-nn-tss" then it works for DC.
  11:22am Dave B:

Yeah, not a big fan of Glass, but that quote is spot on.
  11:23am dc pat:

ok, I'll give him that...
  11:23am miketp:

when mr. whipple come down
  11:23am Kevin:

this is an awesome show! thanks for talking on the air!
  11:25am Dave B:

don't squeeze the chagrin
  11:26am still b/p:

@ G -- One hopes his circle is smart and sensitive, but, if Glen can pull it off, it might be better and more stimulating than isolation and restriction, a gloomy quarantine and a frightened countdown.
  11:26am G:

We'll see! ....
  11:29am pierre:

thanks dc pat, i find it difficult to tell "jokes" in english, my sense of humour (if existing…) is not quite the same while speaking in english. for this non-sense i'll put the credit on my tired mind. I love the "nn-tss-nn-tss-nn-tss" of DC
  11:30am Randy in NC:

Living in NY '77 to '95, for me, the walking fast was always a safety thing.
  11:30am Derick Melander:

@ bryanwatterman, and I think maybe a gay rights moment as well? There seem to be so many gay refferences? Or is that just me?
  11:30am esquared:

one more quote on being a new yorker from colson whitehead, ans somewhat related to what patell is saying about nostalgia:

No matter how long you have been here, you are a New Yorker the first time you say, ''That used to be Munsey's'' or ''That used to be the Tic Toc Lounge.'' That before the Internet cafe plugged itself in, you got your shoes resoled in the mom-and-pop operation that used to be there. You are a New Yorker when what was there before is more real and solid than what is here now."
  11:32am Brian in UK:

Richard Williams supported Roxy Music as well. He is now chief sports writer for The Guardian newspaper overhere. Top man.
  11:33am dc pat:

thanks Trouble, this was really cool with amazingly thoughtful analysis. Gotta go.
  11:34am frenchee:

Wow, great source material from yer guys. I love this version of "Prove It." I hear Jane/Wayne Country, VU, all sorts of diff. influences.
  11:34am Bryan:

@ Brian -- thanks for catching the Roxy thing. Yes, he was so instrumental to that career.
  11:35am Randy in NC:

@ Brian in UK - And to tie that together, the last time the first incarnation of Television played together, they opened for Roxy Music at the Paladium (or was it the Academy of Music) on 14th street. Kind of an odd mix in the crowd.
  11:36am frenchee:

esquared, I love that quote. And I am a real New Yorker. or.. just old.
  11:37am Brian in UK:

He also put together a Salsa comp in the early 70s on Island. Still play it to this day.
Randy - loved to have seen the clothes at that gig.
  11:39am Susan:

Just saying, Glen Jones played Rhinestone Cowboy on WFMU a couple of weeks ago.
  11:42am Brian in UK:

Guardian connection, Mary Harron used to write for the newspaper.
  11:45am KC in MKE:

Trouble and WFMU does it better than anyone else once again. Able to listen live for once at work. Thanks - great show!
  11:45am esquared:

word. i'ma be there tonight.
  11:46am Bryan:

Brian in UK -- I want to hire you to be my UK fact checker! You're awesome.
  11:46am Jennique:

BOOM. My head is bobbing right now.
  11:46am Bryan:

Thanks everyone. This was loads of fun. I guess this means I have to keep giving the station money.
  11:47am esquared:

i thought it was gonna be scenario by tribe called quest, but nice , nonetheless...
  11:48am Bryan:

frenchee -- YES! I pick that up in the book. This version has even more references, esp in the vocals. I hear Lou, David, & Wayne as well. That drag queen sneer.
  11:48am Brian in UK:

Rains done stopped. Time to walk the dawg.
  11:49am Bryan:

Hi, Derick -- missed that comment before. Yeah, one of the surprises for me was how much history of sexuality made its way into this project. I hadn't planned it with that in mind.
  11:51am Rufus Thomas & Steve Tyler:

And if you don't know how to do it, we'll show you how to walk the dog.
  11:52am Chris:

listening whilst working in England .. reggae .. we like that ...
  11:57am Brian in UK:

Thanks fellas. Any charge. It's a beagle pup that follows it's own nose. Be aware.
  11:57am Kees, Nijmegen (NL):

Another 2 cents, mine. The punk thing during the seventies was more like a rebellion of younger sister & brothers vs. the older lot, and less a generation-thing. I'm starting to think that more and more. It explains the veneration of the Stones, and the rivalry at the same time, a lot. The real generational break came with No New York & Hard Core.

Thanks for the show today.
  11:59am Brian in UK:

Who would not want to rebel against The Eagles and this is from a Gram Parsons fan at least he had soul. Stones connection.
  12:00pm frenchee:

fantastic show today, Trouble and Bryan and Cyrus! I wish I could make it to WORD Bookstore tonight to compare drag-queen snarls!
  2:02pm Bryan:

PeeveGirl -- thanks for the refer/reference heads up, which I missed live. Did I do okay at 11:48? Or is there some other word for what I was describing?
  1:04pm Bryan:

Just noticed, listening through the conversation, that I said "Slocum" where I really meant "Sloman," around 1:45 or so. I regret the error.
  4:01am tahomajohn:

great show... just listened through the recent archives... wow.. no no no ..what a heartbreaking song...cheers:)
  9:33pm Lucky:

Here's the site for Fred Smith's winery. It is truly excellent stuff!

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