Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from June 29, 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 June 29, 2011: We'll Inherit the Earth

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Tilt  One Day   Options   Lookout!  1992  7"     
Cotton Mather  Miss Information   Options   Biffco  1993  7"     
The Mice  Ancient Mystery   Options For Almost Ever Scooter  Scat  2004 (1985)  MP3    0:12:49 (Pop-up)
Nick Lowe  Born a Woman   Options Jesus of Cool 30th Anniversary edition  Yep Roc  2007 (1978)  CD    0:16:24 (Pop-up)
Brownsville Station  Barefootin'   Options   Big Tree  1973  7"    0:18:37 (Pop-up)
Blue Cheer  Summertime Blues   Options   Mercury  1968  7"    0:21:27 (Pop-up)
Elvis Costello  The Other Side of Summer   Options Mighty Like a Rose  WB  1991  CD    0:24:59 (Pop-up)
Lunachicks  Insomnia   Options Jerk of All Trades  Go Kart  1995  CD    0:37:40 (Pop-up)
Gone  Exiled From Alternative Nation   Options   Carbon 14  199?  7"  4-band EP with 6 Finger Satellite and others  0:40:57 (Pop-up)
The Insomniacs  The World Disappears   Options   Umbrella  1992  7"    0:44:26 (Pop-up)
New Pornographers  Myriad Harbour   Options   Matador  2007  7"    0:48:32 (Pop-up)
Crystal Stilts  Shake The Shackles   Options   Slumberland  2010  7"    0:52:15 (Pop-up)
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich  You Know What I Want   Options   Fontana  1966  7"    0:55:51 (Pop-up)
Tremeloes  Suddenly You Love Me   Options   Epic  1968  7"    0:58:18 (Pop-up)
The Replacements  We'll Inherit the Earth   Options Don't Tell a Soul  Sire/Reprise  1989  MP3    1:07:48 (Pop-up)
Circus Lupus  Heathen   Options   Dischord  1993  7"    1:11:38 (Pop-up)
Mission of Burma  Eyes Of Men   Options Forget  Taang!  1988  LP    1:14:16 (Pop-up)
Dexys Midnight Runners  Breakin' Down The Walls Of Heartache   Options   EMI  1983  LP    1:16:52 (Pop-up)
Alisa  "Krasnoie na Chernom"   Options       CD    1:20:26 (Pop-up)
Big Audio Dynamite  Limbo the Law   Options No. 10, Upping St.  CBS  1986  LP    1:25:09 (Pop-up)
Siouxie and the Banshees  Overground Voices   Options The Thorn EP  Wonderland  1984  12"    1:29:35 (Pop-up)
Caravelli  Gimme Gimme Gimme (a Man after Midnight)   Options   CBS  1980  LP    1:40:26 (Pop-up)
Looking Glass  Wooly Eyes   Options   Epic  1973  7"    1:44:09 (Pop-up)
Heart  Magazine   Options Magazine  Mushroom  1978  LP    1:48:40 (Pop-up)
Glen Campbell  Time   Options Galveston  Capitol  1969  LP    1:54:43 (Pop-up)
Willie Nelson  On The Street Where You Live   Options   American Classic  2009  MP3    1:57:27 (Pop-up)
Jay and the Americans  Come A Little Bit Closer   Options   UA Silver Spotlight Series  orig 1964  7"    2:04:17 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm ndbob:

heya Amanda!
  12:03pm Amanda:

Hey ndbob! Welcome. :-)
  12:05pm ndbob:

All set up in the new studio then?
  12:08pm Lizardner Dave:

Live or Memorex this week?
  12:10pm Amanda:

Live from studio C! Man, it's a different world, than where ya come from...
  12:11pm efd:

Studio C! You pioneer, you!
  12:13pm Amanda:

Ahhhh, I just figured out how to make everything louder. NOW we have a show!
  12:14pm Lizardner Dave:

And as Andy Breckman says, everything is funnier if you make it LOUDER!
  12:16pm Amanda:

That's true! Loudness also helps to make people understand you if you don't speak the same language.
  12:23pm ndbob:

I can hear you:)
  12:24pm efd:

yes, we can hear you fine! And the music bed is suitably in the background.
  12:24pm Lizardner Dave:

What? Just kidding. Sounds fine.
  12:24pm van:

Loud and clear :)
  12:25pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello amanda and all the listeners.
  12:27pm Richard from Venezuela:

You're voice is so sexy.
  12:28pm Lizardner Dave:

Your line of work is one of the things I'm considering doing when I quit the rat race in another decade or so.
  12:30pm ndbob:

Dog walking sounds just fine - I have a friend who is a dog groomer.
  12:32pm van:

I worked in Newark for a month, and remember someone talking about dog walkers and how amazingly much money they make? I was surprised. But it's very cool I think
  12:32pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda & everone from Spencer the Beagle pup.
You seem to play Elvis C as the last record of a set. Is there a theme here? He enquired lanquidly.
More Delgadoes.
  12:33pm Richard from Venezuela:

This lunachicks song kick ass.
  12:39pm efd:

This is still one of my all-time favorite Insomniacs songs.

One of my all-time favorite songs by anyone, really.
  12:42pm Amanda:

Hi, all of you who checked in while I was talking!!! And a special hello to Spencer.

efd, mine too. Not just because of the excellent shirt Mike is wearing on the picture sleeve
  12:44pm Amanda:

Brian -- no real theme, but I do usually like to end the first set with a song that I love, or that I know, or that everybody knows.
  12:51pm Brian in UK:

Cool, please do not think there is any critical path analysis going on here. I had forgotten 'bout Mighty. Used to have a copy, where did it go.
Still looking for my Kool & the Gang records.
'We are scientists. Yeah yeah yeah'.
  12:51pm ndbob:

Ad Dave Dee etc.. I bought the LP this is on when it was new.
  12:54pm ndbob:

woops Ah
  12:54pm Brian in UK:

DD,D,B,M &T did a track of silence on one of their albums like John Cage I believe.
These tracks are taking me back Amanda. You know when you havn't heard them for years but find yourself singing along knowing the words, scary.
  12:57pm Bridget:

Hey Amanda! Glad I am off today to listen!
  1:01pm Drummer Some:

Just home now! Wee Amanda!
  1:03pm Amanda:

Awesome, glad I could transport you Brian!

Hi, Bridget!!! I am so glad too. Hope you like.

Yay! Doug is home! :-)
  1:05pm Chop Scott:


Loving the Scenario...
  1:06pm Amanda:

Hey Chop Scott, glad to have you on board.

This record SAYS it is to be played at 45 RPM. IT SAYS THIS. Note that it is to be played at 33 1/3 RPM. What's with this anti-DJ subversion?
  1:08pm Brian in UK:

Have you completed the Intuition in a darkened room at 3 in the morning course yet?
  1:09pm seang:

Nice to see "Don't Tell a Soul" getting some airplay
  1:16pm Amanda:

Thanks seang! It is not my favorite Replacements album, but I do like it fine...

FYI, it will take me a while to catch up on the full discography info for most of these, but I will fill it all out soon enough...
  1:20pm Carmichael:

Amazing Amanda, how are ya? (Or how about 'Mazin' 'Manda?) Anyway, thanks for Nick Lowe and Dexy. Looking forward to rest of set.
  1:21pm Amanda:

Hi Carmichael!
  1:21pm Carmichael:

Hey, UK Bob! My kids just got a puppy named Spencer! I kid you not. Cairn terrier.
  1:23pm Carmichael:

UK Brian, sorry ...
  1:23pm Richard from Venezuela:

This set is terrific. Good selection Amanda.
  1:26pm Brian in UK:

Our name came from a connection to English artist Stanley Spencer for some reason. I have got a copy of a self portrait of his when he was about 23. He is the spit of Townes van Zandt!
It has to be a name that you can call out in public, know what I mean?
  1:28pm hamburger / london:

wfmu streaming + both games of wimbledon at the same time... I'm giving it all she's got capt'n!! :)
  1:28pm Carmichael:

Exactly, Brian. My dogs must have human names. Ours is named after Spencer Davis.
  1:29pm Richard from Venezuela:

@hamburguer. Federer lost :(
  1:29pm Brian in UK:

Keep on running!!
  1:29pm listener james from westwood:

whoo, sorry i'm late. friend took me out for a belated b'day lunch. hope all are well!
  1:29pm Carmichael:

He he ...
  1:30pm Brian in UK:

Happy belated. LJfW. Hic hic.
  1:34pm Drummer Some:

Can we expect you from Studio D next week?
  1:34pm listener james from westwood:

Thanks, Brian!
Playlist looks tasty. Looking forward to the archive.
Wasn't this disco riff sampled/boosted on a Madonna track?
  1:35pm Amanda:

Doug -- Studio Z, more like.

ljfw, yep, you're right about Madonna.
  1:36pm ndbob:

never heard a cover version of this song before
  1:36pm Brian in UK:

Carmichael, that expression you used 'I kid you not' has been going round what's left of my brain. Humphrey Bogart as the main character in The Caine Mutiny used it as I remember.
  1:39pm listener james from westwood:

Brian, you're correct on the Caine Mutiny count. Weird to see Bogey as such an against-type, passive figure in that film. Also love José Ferrer's tirade at the reception after the trial.
  1:39pm Drummer Some:

There used to be a record shack on the L.E.S. called Gimmee Gimmee. I bet they would LOVE this show.
  1:40pm ndbob:

jack Paar used it too I think.
  1:40pm listener james from westwood:

Jack Paar probably had a better lock on where the missing strawberries were than Queeg.
  1:41pm listener james from westwood:

I might have to queue up a "Mister Roberts"/"Caine Mutiny" twofer on Netflix now.
  1:44pm Brian in UK:

LJfW it's fritata tonight guess if you've eaten you can keep the row boat in dock this time!!
  1:46pm Amanda:

Awww, I remember Gimmee Gimmee I think? I don't remember ever going in there though.
  1:47pm Brian in UK:

It's beer o'clock over here.

Trainer wheels off now, Amanda. Looking good, just heed the Drummer if I may be so bold.
  1:48pm Carmichael:

"Gimme Gimme" is also a phrase in a Nick Lowe song.
I can't remember where I heard the "I kid you not" thing. It always seemed so East Coast to me. I think I remember Paulie Walnuts saying "I shit you not."
  1:53pm Carmichael:

Who's tickling the ivories on this song?
  1:54pm ndbob:

Excellent show Amanda!
  1:55pm listener james from westwood:

Brian, I can always make room for fritatas. I'll get the boat and the beer ready.
  1:57pm Carmichael:

Thank you, ma'am. See you again soon!
  1:58pm Amanda:

Thanks, you guys!
  1:58pm listener james from westwood:

I'll be ticking off the minutes until the archive goes up so I can delve in from the start. Thanks, A, & welcome back!
  1:59pm van:

Nice show Amanda. Enjoyed it!
  1:59pm Brian in UK:

Look forward to it. Top job, Amanda.

You know what I've been thinking of, records with yodeling. The Vogues 'Five O'clock World' being a wonderful example.
  1:59pm Amanda:

Aww, thanks ljfw. Happy birthday! Thanks Van, too. :-)

Brian -- WHOA. Great mix CD idea.
  2:06pm Amanda:

Oh hold up, Caravelli is Canadian, not French.
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