Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from August 15, 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 August 15, 2011: Ashes The Rain and I (fill-in for the Frow Show with Jesse)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
New World/Robert Hall Productions  Feeding Seals at Zoo   Options Sound effects record  New World  19??  LP    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
James Gang  Ashes the Rain and I (excerpt)   Options James Gang Rides Again  ABC  1970  LP    0:01:48 (Pop‑up)
Three Dog Night  Woman   Options Golden Bisquits  Dunhill / ABC  1971  LP    0:04:08 (Pop‑up)
Eric Andersen  Thirsty Boots   Options 'Bout Changes 'n Things  Vanguard  1966  LP    0:09:01 (Pop‑up)
Gilbert O'Sullivan  A Friend of Mine   Options I'm a Writer, Not a Fighter  MAM  1973  LP    0:14:19 (Pop‑up)
Merilee Rush  Rainstorm   Options   United Artists  1978  7"    0:17:52 (Pop‑up)
Jose Siqueira (conductor)  Toada of Ogum (Umbada region)   Options Xango & Eight Brazilian Folk Songs  Vanguard  1954  LP  feat. Alice Ribeiro, vocals  0:32:03 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Morrow  Dream Song/Vision Chant   Options From the Kitchen Archives: New Music, New York 1979 (V/A)  Orange Mountain Music  2004 (1977)  CD    0:28:25 (Pop‑up)
Herbie Hancock  Wiggle-Waggle   Options The Complete Warner Brothers Recordings  WB  1994 (1972)  CD    0:37:43 (Pop‑up)
Harry Pussy  Track 7 [untitled]   Options What Was Music?  Siltbreeze  1993  CD    0:43:16 (Pop‑up)
Vanilla Fudge  The Spell That Comes After   Options Renaissance  Atco  1968  LP    0:48:12 (Pop‑up)
Traffic  Tragic Magic   Options Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory  Island  1973  LP    0:54:28 (Pop‑up)
Jan & Dean  Walk on the Wet Side   Options s/t  Sunset  orig 1964  LP    1:07:56 (Pop‑up)
Van Morrison  Cold Wind in August   Options A Period of Transition  WB  1977  LP    1:10:18 (Pop‑up)
Fleetwood Mac  Forever   Options Mystery to Me  Reprise  1973  LP    1:15:44 (Pop‑up)
Randy Newman  I Think It's Going to Rain Today   Options Live  Reprise  orig 1971  CD    1:19:32 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Webb  Jerusalem   Options The Moon's A Harsh Mistress: Jimmy Webb In The Seventies  Rhino  orig 1970  CD    1:22:03 (Pop‑up)
Terry Reid  Writing on the Wall   Options Bang Bang You're Terry Reid  Epic  2006 (1968)  LP    1:27:26 (Pop‑up)
Mar-Keys  Ebb Tide   Options Last Night  Atlantic  1961  LP    1:37:50 (Pop‑up)
A Certain Ratio  All Night Party   Options The Graveyard and The Ballroom  Universal Sound  orig 1979  CD    1:41:39 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Branca  My Relationship   Options The Static & Theoretical Girls (Songs '77-'79)  Atavistic  1996 (1970s)  CD    1:44:44 (Pop‑up)
Pixies  Into the White   Options   4AD  1989  12"    1:47:55 (Pop‑up)
Karate  What is Sleep?   Options s/t  Southern Records  1995  LP    1:52:43 (Pop‑up)
Ponys  Sorceress of the South Side   Options   Contaminated  2005  7"    1:55:00 (Pop‑up)
Blank Dogs  Stuck inside the World   Options   Daggerman  2007  7"    2:10:36 (Pop‑up)
Kirsten McCord  Baby We're Really in Love   Options   Bubble Core  1999  7"    2:13:53 (Pop‑up)
The Sonora Pine  The Owl's Nest   Options s/t  Quarterstick   1996  LP    2:17:24 (Pop‑up)
Clock Strikes Thirteen  (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me   Options   Drive-In/Golden Tiger  1997  7"    2:21:22 (Pop‑up)
Gilberto Gil  Marginalia II   Options The Sound of Revolution 1968-69  El  orig 1968  CD    2:25:51 (Pop‑up)
Tennessee Ernie Ford  The Strange Little Girl   Options Capitol Collectors Series  Capitol  1991 (1951)  CD    2:34:40 (Pop‑up)
Woody Guthrie  Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet   Options Muleskinner Blues - The Asch Recordings  Smithsonian Folkways  1997 (1944)  CD    2:37:11 (Pop‑up)
Lovin' Spoonful  You're a Big Boy Now   Options You're a Big Boy Now (sndtrk)  MGM  1967  LP    2:39:56 (Pop‑up)
Teresa Brewer  Delta Dawn   Options 16 Most Requested Songs  Columbia/Legacy  1991 (orig 1973)  CD    2:42:09 (Pop‑up)
Four Tops  It's All in the Game   Options   Motown  1970  7"    2:45:41 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  From the Morning   Options Pink Moon  Island  orig 1972  CD    2:48:36 (Pop‑up)
Mazzy Star  She Hangs Brightly   Options She Hangs Brightly  Capitol  1990  CD    2:50:53 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:04am e:

hello. whre can I find this seals record? tnxx
  3:06am Malach:

greetings. great start to the set!
  3:11am Amanda:

Hi e and Malach! As far as that seals record goes, I have now given you all the info I have! But I'll talk a bit about it when I am announcing the set.
  3:31am Malach:

what was the name of the song playing in the background?
  3:37am Amanda:

That was an organ medley of "Pretty Flamingo" and a couple of other songs, played by Martin Lane. :-)
  3:40am Malach:

aha i knew i heard the melody before, i just couldn't think of the words. i'm familiar with the manfred mann version of the song.
  3:41am Malach:

  3:45am Amanda:

You are very welcome. I usually don't indicate what the background music is, but I'm flattered you asked.
  4:01am Marmalade kitty:

G'morning Amanda! Groovy Happy Monday to y'all!
  4:02am luh3417:

now didn't the vinyl album cover of shoot out at the fantasy factory have a cut corner?
  4:06am luh3417:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoot_Out_at_the_Fantasy_Factory IT DID :-)
  4:10am hamburger:

hey / just tuned in - this ain't the frow show / what has the station done with jesse? :)
  4:14am T-Zero:

The girls of Avenue D kidnapped him
  4:15am Amanda:

luh3417 -- Yes, it does have a cut corner! Just like The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys. :-)

hamburger/T-Zero -- I am going to get to the bottom of this.
  4:16am mchuge:

why all the sad classic rock? got any sad punk rock like the stranglers? well just looking for some great power pop i guess. or stranglers.
  4:18am Amanda:

Hey what's wrong with sad classic rock??? I will see if I can locate some sad power pop eventually
  4:21am mchuge:

I was going to say happy krautrock but this almost happy krautrock. You just keep on keeping me awake. :D
  4:23am T-Zero:

This is one of the very few songs where I actually like the covers better than the original.
  4:25am hamburger:

just wiki'd this.. leonard nimoy even did a cover!
  4:28am mchuge:

Jimmy Webb: almost as fascinating as Lee Hazlewood. Always feeling weird talking about dead people.
  4:30am Amanda:

Haha, I wish I had the Nimoy version to play tonight, 'cause he's alive. @mchuge: It is my honor; nay, my duty, to keep you awake!!!
  4:30am T-Zero:

@hamburger: Not that I don't like Newman. But even Nimoy would be better than Randy Newman's original.
  4:34am mchuge:

omg, terry reid. what a story. thanks for playing that.
  4:42am hamburger:

humm these bubble sounds are quite jesse-esque :)
  4:42am Amanda:

I did not mean to suggest that Randy Newman is dead. He is alive.
  4:44am Amanda:

@mchuge -- aw, you're all right.

Hey, I almost neglected to say hi to Marmalade Kitty! Hi MK!!!
  4:47am T-Zero:

Hmm. I've not checked out the alternate streams. Will have to look into that.
  4:49am mchuge:

oh hell, i forgot glenn branca had vocals. did you see the bang on a can marathon performance?
  4:51am Marmalade kitty:

thank God for the Pixies
  4:56am Amanda:

@T-Zero -- They are all great! I think you will like what you hear.

@mchuge -- no, I did not! But did think you'd like that Branca.

@Marmalade Kitty -- yes. There is an artist here in town who has a show on now with pieces all based on Pixies songs.
  4:57am T-Zero:

@Amanda: This is a generalized question unrelated to anyting played. Does the FCC restricted web cast only shows like they do FM?
  4:59am Amanda:

Nope, they don't!
  5:00am Marmalade kitty:

I never do this..I've just eaten me an English breakfast fit for a King! Don't know where you people put such a substantial snack! I need to go out and chop some trees!
  5:01am mchuge:

@T-zerp WFMU has two or three (2-3) separate webcast that allow cussing and whatever. FCC does restrict shows that also go out over the airwaves but not over the internet. The current show is on the radio.
  5:02am T-Zero:

@Amanda: Ok. Thanks. Was just wondering because I listen to a lot of non-us broadcasts and things get played I never hear anywhere else, but thought it was because in the US most are both web and FM.
  5:07am Marmalade kitty:

@Amanda: that sounds interesting. There's a guy in manchester who tours a Morrissey Disco night, playing only Morrissey and the smiths all night! ..he even looks like Mozza. Amazing and exhausting!
  5:16am Amanda:

MK, that DOES sound exhausting! @T-Zero -- mchuge is 100% right!
  5:21am Marmalade kitty:

..only for hard core all things moz fans!
Amanda, Whats the pixies/artist name you mentioned?
  5:22am T-Zero:

@Amanda: The main WFMU schedule . . . I listen to almost all of the shows, especially the morning web only programs. I figured it was because of the simulcast programming things get restricted in the US where simulcast necessarily isn't elsewhere, not just at WFMU, but wasn't sure how "loose" the US stream only was.
  5:24am Amanda:

Her name is Kayt Hester, her art show is up now here in Jersey City. It's awesome.
  5:27am Amanda:

@-T-Zero happy to clear that up for you (if it is, in fact, cleared up)! Fortunately or unfortunately, everything we broadcast on the air is under FCC rule, but everything that doesn't go on an air signal isn't.
  5:32am T-Zero:

@Amanda. Yep. All clear.

I keep a really *really* erratic schedule (Awake, sleep a few hours, eat, sleep a few hours, repeat lol ) so am listening to web broadcast (simulcast or not) almost around the clock.
  5:34am Elwyn:

Wow. I could never imagine abandoning my music collection, especially to any of my ex-housemates. Some were great; some were complete jerks who wouldn't appreciate it.
  5:38am Amanda:

Elwyn -- I know! I think this person had a great many other records and just happened to forget these.
  5:38am mchuge:

oh gosh. tennesse ernie and hank thompson. best cheesy western dudes ever. (I separate country from western)
  5:38am Marmalade kitty:

Thanks, Just looked at the Kayt Hestor article @N.J.com.. Love the masking tape Eiffel Tower..etc Fantastic!
  5:40am Marmalade kitty:

Alec Eiffel :)
  5:47am jim:

Darn. I had no idea that was Theresa Brewer
  5:48am Amanda:

MK -- I know, she is unique and great! Glad you like. mchuge -- I am inclined to agree...
  5:51am mchuge:

There is a good history of county artists covering soul tunes and vice versa. The whole shebang is controversial and I do not presume to make this a spot to talk about it. I think it's all good.
  5:51am hamburger:

ou Nick..
  5:57am mchuge:

hope sandoval has two solo records I think? that i have never heard. whatevs. thank you ms scenario nazario
  5:57am John McCabe in LA:

Hi everybody
  5:58am Elwyn:

I don't listen to my Mazzy Star album enough. :-(

Hey John!
  6:00am T-Zero:

Take care, all.
  6:05am Amanda:

Hi and bye, John! Thanks so much everyone, catch you all next time.
  7:01pm Listener Schned:

Me (heart) Scenario fill-ins !!! p.s. more Randy Newman promotes excellence-
Thanks for the programming, adieu
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