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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 August 3, 2011: What's So New (About You)?
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Lyres  We Sell Soul   Options   Taang!  1991  7"    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Juliana Hatfield  Congratulations   Options Only Everything  Atlantic/Mammoth  1995  CD    0:04:29 (Pop-up)
Raspberries  Tonight   Options   Capitol  1973  7"    0:09:08 (Pop-up)
The Young Ones  "Darling Fascist Bullyboy"   Options from "Cash" (Series 2 episode 2)  BBC  1983?    from YouTube  0:12:36 (Pop-up)
The Ark  One of Us Is Gonna Die Young   Options State of the Ark  EMI  2005  CD    0:15:15 (Pop-up)
Soft Cell  Tainted Love   Options   Sire  1981  7"    0:18:45 (Pop-up)
?  Fantastic Hey Hey Hey       2010    from YouTube  0:26:23 (Pop-up)
Swinging Laurels  Hair by Mantini   Options   WEA  1982  7"    0:30:24 (Pop-up)
Angelic Upstarts  Different Strokes   Options   EMI  1981  7"    0:33:47 (Pop-up)
Mobtown  Comin' to Get cha'   Options Blackpool's Skampilation  Blackpool  1994  EP    0:36:15 (Pop-up)
Fleshtones  What's So New (About You)?   Options Hexbreaker  IRS  1983  LP    0:38:32 (Pop-up)
Dimension Latina '76  El Frutero   Options Salsa Brava  Top Hits  1976  LP    0:41:14 (Pop-up)
Honeycombs  Have I the Right?   Options   Interphon  orig 1964  7"    0:45:17 (Pop-up)
Lemon Pipers  Rice is Nice   Options   Buddah  1968  7"    0:54:52 (Pop-up)
1910 Fruitgum Company  Sticky, Sticky   Options   Buddah  1968  7"    0:56:49 (Pop-up)
Monkees  While I Cry   Options Instant Replay  Rhino  1969  LP    0:59:50 (Pop-up)
Dean Wareham  Anesthesia   Options   No. 6  1992  7"    1:02:52 (Pop-up)
Crowded House  It's Only Natural   Options Woodface  Capitol  1991  CD    1:05:20 (Pop-up)
Bobby Hebb  Sunny   Options     orig 1966  CD-R    1:08:42 (Pop-up)
The Soulful Strings  Sunny   Options Paint It Black  Cadet  1966  LP    1:11:22 (Pop-up)
John Davidson  Sunny   Options "Songs Of Love"  Columbia  196?  LP    1:14:20 (Pop-up)
Furious George  I Gotta Gun   Options   Maximum Rock 'N' Roll  1996  7"    1:24:46 (Pop-up)
Slant 6  Thirty Thirty Vision   Options   Dischord  2010 (1993)  7"    1:26:37 (Pop-up)
Tiger Trap  You and Me   Options s/t  K  1993  CD    1:29:45 (Pop-up)
Bikini Kill  False Start   Options Reject All American  Kill Rock Stars  1996  CD    1:31:59 (Pop-up)
New Radicals  You Get What You Give   Options Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too  MCA  1998  CD    1:35:08 (Pop-up)
Any Trouble  I'll Be Your Man   Options s/t  EMI  1983  LP    1:47:40 (Pop-up)
Ronettes  (The Best Part of) Breakin' Up   Options Best of the Ronettes  Abkco  1992 (1964)  CD    1:51:43 (Pop-up)
Spike Jones & His City Slickers  Cocktails for Two   Options Greatest Hits  RCA  1999 (1956)  CD    1:57:33 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm Alf from Upstate:

  12:01pm jk:

welcome back to my computer speakers!
  12:03pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday to all!
  12:03pm Amanda:

Hi everyone!!!
  12:05pm Lizardner Dave:

Sorry I'm late. Ken ran a little long. Hey, the playlist on the front page links to a Pat Duncan archive.
  12:05pm Van in Dallas:

Greetings Amanda and listeners
  12:06pm Amanda:

Hi LD! Thanks for noticing that, as I also did. Doug, can you help?

Hi, Van!
  12:06pm Amanda:

(Let the record show that I am kind of flattered to be linked to a Pat Duncan archive)
  12:07pm listener james from westwood:

If I'm gonna be misrouted anywhere, that's a fine place to end up.
  12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Weird glitch with the auto-news update on the homepage. I'm trying to figger it out.
  12:10pm annie:

wow, i made it!!
  12:10pm Lizardner Dave:

Looks fixed now.
  12:10pm Amanda:

Hey, Annie! (again!)
  12:11pm Doug Schulkind:

"Weird glitch" is a euphemism for "I fegged up." Guess I left vacation a wee bit early.
  12:13pm Skirkie:

So who's Pat Duncan anyhow?
  12:14pm listener james from westwood:

oooh, young ones!
  12:14pm G:

Pat did a punk show for 25 years or more (?) here, but hasn't been on the schedule in a couple of years. Check the archives.
  12:17pm Doug Schulkind:

Years ago, Station Manager Ken asked all DJs to write a program description for the next issue of LCD (the station's old print version of a program guide). Most DJs hated doing this and many others just never provided one. So I, as one of FMU's three paid staff at the time, wrote a number of them.

For Pat I wrote: "He's been playing punk on the radio since before you were born" (or somesuch)
  12:23pm Ike:

Oh wow Doug, I didn't know you wrote that classic schedule blurb. One really really old LCD had examples of bands commonly played by each DJ, which seemed more useful to me than the often-vague blurbs.

Ouch, "Tainted Love" is already soooo burned into my brain's retinas, so to speak....
  12:23pm Gene:

  12:24pm G:

Nice hipster whine there, Ike!
  12:26pm Van in Dallas:

So the Soft Cell was the dead wood left over from last week then? ;)
  12:27pm Fake Name:

  12:29pm Amanda:

Hi Gene, Ike, and G (and some that I'm sure I forgot)! Fake Name, don't worry -- we are all scared.
  12:29pm Fake Name:

  12:30pm Fiveash:

You caught me passive-aggressively not commenting! I apologize. I'm-a-scared too!
  12:31pm Amanda:

Playlist froze for a minute there! Sorry the Swinging Laurels weren't credited until now.
  12:32pm Van in Dallas:

Must be glitch week :)
  12:33pm Alf from Upstate:

At least SOMETHING is freezing. Sheesh.
  12:33pm Amanda:

Don'na be scared! We all-a gonna listen to the nice records
  12:35pm Amanda:

Alf -- they say it's going to thunderstorm down here today. I hope it does... although this dog I am caring for will need to take a Xanax. Seriously.
  12:35pm Van in Dallas:

@Alf Amen to that. High 100's all week here in Dallas. We're at 32 consecutive 100+ degree days now.
  12:36pm Alf from Upstate:

@Van in Dallas
I guess your governor isn't praying hard enough.
  12:38pm Van in Dallas:

Oh sure he is...no rain since forever but we're up to a mighty 10% chance today! ;)
  12:40pm Gov. Perry:

I was too busy praying at NASCAR events.
  12:47pm Brian in UK:

Good afternoon Amanda.

Schulkind stay behind after class, one hunderd lines http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-14380587

Honey Lantree female drummersome
  12:51pm Brian in UK:

POP, POP, POP and then more POP.
  12:53pm listener james from westwood:

dammit, that was my retirement cocaine!
  12:55pm Doug Schulkind:

One hundred lines of that cocaine after class?! You know I'm a wuss and can only do 90.
  12:55pm Brian in UK:

Took them SIX days to find it. Impressive.
  12:57pm Brian in UK:

'65 to 68' never got better said the old fart.
  1:03pm annie:

michael nesmith.. sweet..
  1:04pm Amanda:

Annie -- Mike was always my favorite.
  1:06pm annie:

i only began to appreciate his beauty just about ten years ago.. then i pored over all the old monkees vids..
  1:06pm annie:

it all started with "propinquity"
  1:10pm Van in Dallas:

Back after a nice walk...Monkees huh? Gosh I used to watch their TV show every Saturday Back In The Day. They were just swell :)
  1:16pm Brian in UK:

Propinquity that means kinship I believe. Appropriate for this station.

Van using words like swell is wonderful. Peter was a bit of a sap.
  1:16pm Lizardner Dave:

Everybody knows it's windy, though.
  1:16pm jk:

the rest of the show is looking pretty sunny
  1:16pm Amanda:

Van, I did too! In reruns by then, but I was glued to it and Gidget each weekend.
  1:16pm Van in Dallas:

Wow. Amanda. The playlist has turned...dare I say it...brilliant.
  1:17pm Brian in UK:

LD Word Association.
  1:18pm Fiveash:

Lizardner Dave: Everyone knows it's Wednesday.
  1:20pm Doug Schulkind:

We miss you Bobby Hebb. (Died one year ago today.)
  1:21pm Van in Dallas:

Looks like 1967 for John Davidson - Sunny
  1:25pm Fiveash:

That was John Davidson with an "extraordinary rendition" of Sunny.
  1:30pm efd:

Finally back at my desk after various meetings - Hi Amanda, and anyone else I know who's here!
  1:32pm Van in Dallas:

Hi efd. Have you ever seen the Monkees? :)
  1:33pm efd:

Van, only on the television.
  1:33pm Amanda:

Hi efd!
  1:34pm Doug Schulkind:

I love that Nesmith-produced band Penny Arkade. Such killer pop.
  1:35pm Van in Dallas:

That's what I meant...the TV show :) Actually, I have no idea if they ever toured or not. Probably so.
  1:36pm Amanda:

I saw Mickey Dolenz on Broadway in a production of "Aida"
  1:37pm Lizardner Dave:

I just had the strange urge to pledge to Ken's show....
  1:38pm Amanda:

I love this song, in or out of marathon time.
  1:40pm Fiveash:

Hi Evan! I was in high school when the Nesmith-less Monkees had their "comeback". My friend Jethro spent one Summer in Los Angeles as an gofer for his uncle who was a music video director, and one of the video shoots he was there for was the Monkees' comeback hit... he reported that Mickey and Davy were coked-up jerks who had overly touchy-feely relationships with their trampy teenage daughters, and that Peter was super nice and that he and Peter watched Eraserhead together. This would have been maybe 1987? More recently, Mickey Dolenz ate lunch at the Great Jones a couple of years ago. He had Jambalaya AND French Fries. Carbo loading for a marathon maybe?
  1:40pm Van in Dallas:

Well hopefully this show is not a marathon much as I love and enjoy it...but I'm getting HUNGRY and am waiting til this is over. :)
  1:42pm Skirkie:

Resist it she says. That made my day.
  1:43pm efd:

Amanda, you pretty much just described my relationship with "Sleeping With The Enemy" by Rodger Hodgson.
  1:44pm efd:

Hi Matt! Your third-hand accounts of the Monkees are unsurprisingly unsurprising.
  1:45pm Brian in UK:

I saw Mike Nesmith at the Roundhouse early '74, playing Zigzag fanzines 5th anniversary gig. He was rather tired & emotional, playing with Red Rhodes. He introduced the song Joanne 'This is a song about a cow'. How do I remember that. John Stewart was also on the bill, he was on top form.
  1:52pm gumby:

ANY TROUBLE!!!!!!! You just made my whole day!
  1:52pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, can you get the soundbite of the Fabs doing the 'Oh they do don't they though' amongst themselves.. It's either Hard Days Rut or Help.
  1:53pm Doug Schulkind:

Tony Coulter will actually have a fill-in in two week's time. Archie Patterson, the man behind the legendary 'zine/mail order entity called Eurock, will be filling in for Tony. (Tony interviewed Archie in Beware of the Blog here: http://tinyurl.com/ykc9n6r)

Tune in on Tuesday, August 16 from Noon to 3pm (ET). Right here on Give the Drummer Radio.
  1:54pm Amanda:

Glad to oblige, gumby!
  1:54pm Brian in UK:

gumby Clive Gregson is still playing, living in Nashville I believe. In Nancy Griffiths' band. Saw them at WOMAD a few years ago.
  1:56pm Van in Dallas:

http://sanctuary.prelucid.com/library/index.php?title=Fantastic_Hey_Hey_Hey :)
  1:56pm gumby:

Great to hear Brian.
  1:57pm Van in Dallas:

Great show Amanda - thanks as always!
  1:59pm Amanda:

Brian -- I will add that to the shopping list!

Thanks, all, for your support and fellow-feeling. See you next week!
  1:59pm annie:

happy to have caught the show amanda!!
  2:00pm Brian in UK:

Red 'Swamphead' Ingle
  4:32am JOHN BARROW:

Thanks for playing "Hair By Mantini" - the internet makes the world a small place - all power to you
John Barrow (Swinging Laurels)
  6:03am Gaz Birtles:

Hi. Thanks for playing 'Hair By Mantini' by my old band The Swinging Laurels. Good to hear it on the airwaves again. cheers - Gaz birtles
  8:44am Amanda:

How lovely to hear from you both! I just picked up the record recently and was excited to play it. I appreciate the kind words!
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