Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from August 31, 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
Tindersticks  Here   Options   Sub Pop  1995  7"   
Madder Rose  One-Armed Bandit   Options   Atlantic/Seed  1994  CD   
Lois  Capital A   Options Infinity Plus  K  1996  CD   
Cake  Haze of Love   Options Motorcade of Generosity  Capricorn  1994  CD   
karaoke track  Boys of Summer   Options         sung by me 
Bill Fox  Portland Town   Options Transit Byzantium  SpinART/Cherry Pop  1998  CD   
Guided by Voices  Your Name is Wild   Options Under The Bushes, Under The Stars  Matador  1996  CD   
The Ocean Blue  Peace of Mind   Options Beneath the Rhythm and Sound  Sire/Reprise  1993  CD   
Everything but the Girl  Blue Moon Rose   Options Idlewild  Sire  1988  CD   
Nada Surf  Enjoy the Silence   Options If I Had a Hi-Fi  Mardev  2010  LP   
Polvo  Fractured (Like Chandeliers)   Options Celebrate the New Dark Age  Merge  1994  LP   
DMZ  Busy Man   Options Destination Bomp (V/A)  Bomp  orig 1977  CD   
Paul Collins Beat  Falling in Love with Her   Options Ribbon of Gold  Get Hip  2008  LP   
Pepe Pinto  Mi Nina Lola   Options          
Desmond Dekker and the Specials  Humpty Dumpty   Options King of Ska  Fuel/Varese Sarabande  orig 1993  CD   
Heptones  Ting-A-Ling   Options Sea of Love         
Dennis Brown and Leroy Sibbles  All For One   Options Prince Jammy Presents: Vol. 1 (V/A)  World Enterprise  1986  LP   
Cornershop  Funky Days Are Back Again   Options When I Was Born for the 7th Time  Luaka Bop/WB  1997  CD   
Turtles  Let Me Be   Options   White Whale  1965  7"   
Herman's Hermits  Wild Love   Options Hold On! (sdtrk)  MGM  1965  LP   
Black Hollies  Tell Me What You Want   Options   Ernest Jenning Record Co.  2005  7"   
The Nice  Little Arabella   Options Ars Longa Vita Brevis  Immediate  orig 1968  CD   
Jerry Lee Lewis  Lovin' Up a Storm   Options Original Sun Singles '56 - '61  Sundazed    CD   
Ray Charles  It Had To Be You   Options The Genius of Ray Charles  Atlantic  1959  LP   
Huggy Bear  Impossible to Burst   Options Whores, Black Radicals & Pirates (EP)  K  1992  7"   
Nirvana  Curmudgeon   Options   Sub Pop/Geffen  1991  CD   
White Stripes  Hotel Yorba   Options White Blood Cells  V2/Thirdman  2002  CD   
Everybodyfields  Leaving Today   Options Nothing Is Okay  Ramseur  2007  CD   

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Listener comments!

  11:52am Brian in UK:

Hello...... anyone there. Can I come out from under the table?
  11:53am Amanda:

Come on out, Brian -- that bad man is gone now.
  11:58am Brian in UK:

The way I hoid it, twas a woman. Sumting like Marlene.
  11:59am Skirkie:

Oh, you're back. You didn't miss much.
  12:02pm Doug S.:

What a well-house-trained audience you have, Amanda!
  12:02pm Lizardner Dave:

Welcome back!
  12:03pm Amanda:

Hi, Doug! I know, they came from the shelter already socialized. Skirkie -- I understand I missed a big tornado? Do I have that right?

Hey Lizardner Dave!
  12:04pm Brian in UK:

Can you remind me when singles week begins?
  12:05pm Brian in UK:

Or to put it another way. How long will singles week last this year?
  12:08pm Doug S.:

Seven days without prayer makes one week.
  12:10pm Amanda:

I am pretty sure that Singles Going Steady week is right before the record fair, so it will be in October, but not sure exactly what week.
  12:10pm Van in Dallas:

Just quickly popping in to say hi and welcome back to Amanda, and hi listeners!
  12:11pm Artie:

Make my Singles Week Special a double.
  12:11pm efd:

The Record Fair is Oct 28-30, so Singles Going Steady Week will most likely start on the 23rd or thereabouts.
  12:11pm efd:

p.s. - hi Amanda, and welcome back!
  12:13pm Amanda:

Hi, efd, and thank you!

Hi very much to Van and Artie, too!
  12:14pm Brian in UK:

Thanks efd, the voice of .......... in a troubled world.
  12:17pm Lizardner Dave:

I am generally allergic to karaoke...except for this show. It works here.
  12:21pm glenn:

i was feeling single, and seeing double - george jones.
  12:22pm Carmichael:

Yikes, I'm always scrambling to find this show. Hi Amanda!
  12:29pm Skirkie:

Someone told you about the earthquake though right?
  12:38pm Brian in UK:

Marine Girls!
  12:39pm Brian in UK:

How's it going Carmichael. Back to mid season form?
  12:41pm Carmichael:

He he ... back to normal, whatever that may be. Physical therapy hurts so wonderfully.

Thanks for asking!
  12:44pm Amanda:

@Skirkie -- Yep, I heard about the earthquake but was only dimly aware of it, the way you kind of know about things far away when you are on vacation.

@Carmichael -- Hooray!!! Welcome back!!!
  12:49pm Doug S.:

I miss Maine. Really badly miss it.
  12:51pm Carmichael:

@Amanda: I was on the mend after shoulder surgery and whacked out on drugs, wondering what I missed on your show. Then I get back to find you were on vacation anyway. Funney how things work. Glad you enjoyed yourself.
  1:04pm Amanda:

Ha -- yes, funny indeed! I knew you were recovering, and you were definitely missed here. Hope you can make good recreational use of those drugs now that you're better.
  1:14pm Carmichael:

I'll try my hardest. :-)
  1:16pm Amanda:

FYI: Funky days are back again
  1:24pm Lizardner Dave:

"All dressed" is a way Canadians have their hot dogs and I'm pretty sure the chips are supposed to replicate that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montreal_hot_dog
  1:24pm Doug S.:

In the South, having a Po' Boy "dressed" means having it with lettuce, tomato and mayo (and some places, onions and pickles).
  1:27pm Carmichael:

The Turtles are awesome. I think I have every 45 they ever released.
  1:28pm Amanda:

I think LD has hit the nail on the head.

I agree, Carmichael! But I'm sorry for the bad quality of that 45 I played :-)
  1:32pm Lizardner Dave:

Worst chips I ever had: Lay's Roast Chicken and Gravy flavor. Tasted like somebody took a bag of powdered gravy mix and dumped in the bag of chips. Had them in New Brunswick (Canada, not NJ), funnily enough

Also had Ruffles Jamon Iberico flavored chips in Barcelona. Interesting. Not great, but interesting.

All time fave is still Wise barbecue (the red bag, not that honey bbq crap). Though pretty much any kettle cooked chip is OK with me. Goose Island brewpub across the street from Wrigley Field in Chicago makes great chips right on the premises (or crisps if you're British).
  1:33pm Fiveash:

I don't know what it is about Humpty Dumpty chips that they don't make you sick to your stomach when you eat a giant bag of them by yourself! Extra MSG maybe? Also, the Turtles record reminds me that you stole all the 45s that I got at the Searsport flea market. At least I hope you did, because I can't find 'em here...
  1:36pm Carmichael:

I recently found box after box of 45s while going through a closet in a spare bedroom. Henry Weinhard 12pack boxes full of magical vinyl. I'm still going through them. And hey, Amanda, the scratchier the better, as far as I'm concerned.
  1:37pm Lizardner Dave:

This isn't the song where Keith Emerson stabs the organ to death...
  1:39pm ndbob:

Hi Amanda and everyone!
  1:41pm ndbob:

Yep - scratchy is good - brought back lots of scratchy 45s from my trip East.
  1:48pm Amanda:

Hi ndbob! So glad to see you.
  1:53pm BDR:

Why is effing Jack White on my radio?
  1:56pm efd:

@BDR, I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's because he recorded a song that the DJ likes.
  1:57pm Pianocide:

Nope, but that was the song where Jerry Lee Lewis stabs his keyboard to death.
  1:58pm BDR:

Rest of show excellent! White Stripes bite.
  1:58pm ndbob:

Thanks Amanda .. I'll catch what I missed on the archive.
  1:58pm Carmichael:

Thanks yet again, Amanda. Have a great holiday weekend.
  2:00pm Lizardner Dave:

This was fun. Thanks Amanda.
  2:01pm Pianocide:

@BDR: Hipster sneer successful. @efd: Watch out when you whip out something as sharp as common sense, you might cut someone! @Amanda: Nice sets as always...
  2:01pm Amanda:

Thanks, everyone! Lots and lots of love to all -- see you next week.
  2:02pm Van in Dallas:

Rats. Just got back.
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