Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from November 9, 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 November 9, 2011: One Light in a Blackout

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
The Stems  At First Sight   Options Also Used and Recommended By... (V/A)  RRR / White Label  1988  LP   
Freedy Johnston  Two Lovers Stop   Options This Perfect World  Elektra  1994  CD  0:03:59 (Pop‑up)
Del Fuegos  It's Alright   Options Boston, Mass.  Slash/WB  1985  LP  0:06:47 (Pop‑up)
Bad Boy  Last Rock and Roller   Options The Band That Milwaukee Made Famous  UA  1977  LP  0:10:38 (Pop‑up)
Todd Rundgren  Out of Control   Options Hermit of Mink Hollow  Bearsville  1978  LP  0:13:29 (Pop‑up)
Television  Knockin' On Heaven's Door   Options The Blow-Up  ROIR  rec 1978  LP  0:17:17 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Oh, Sister   Options Desire  Columbia  orig 1975  CD  0:24:40 (Pop‑up)
Syd Barrett  Here I Go   Options The Madcap Laughs  Capitol  orig 1970  CD  0:28:25 (Pop‑up)
Barn Owl  Visions in Dust   Options Ancestral Star  Thrill Jockey  2010  CD  0:38:36 (Pop‑up)
Les Baxter  Harem Silks from Bombay   Options The Fruit of Dreams  El / Cherry Red  orig 1957  CD  0:42:32 (Pop‑up)
field recording  In the Bowery   Options The New York City Album  no label / Clack, Inc.  1978  LP  0:45:00 (Pop‑up)
The Quick  One Light in a Blackout   Options One Light in a Blackout  Epic  1982  LP  0:50:06 (Pop‑up)
Hot  Just 'Cause I'm Guilty   Options   Big Tree  1976  7"  0:53:40 (Pop‑up)
Chocolate Milk  I'm Your Radio   Options   RCA  1980  7"  0:57:14 (Pop‑up)
Rufus  Destiny   Options Street Player  ABC  1978  LP  1:00:52 (Pop‑up)
Spinners  Now That We're Together   Options   Atlantic  1976  7"  1:05:07 (Pop‑up)
Jerry Butler  Windy City Soul   Options   Mercury  1971  7"  1:15:10 (Pop‑up)
Esther Phillips  I've Never Found a Man (To Love Me Like You Do)   Options   Kudu  1972  7"  1:18:22 (Pop‑up)
Foundations  Baby, Now That I've Found You   Options   Uni  orig 1967  7"  1:21:35 (Pop‑up)
Gladys Knight & the Pips  Sugar, Sugar   Options A Little Knight Music  Motown  1975  LP  1:24:18 (Pop‑up)
The Fabulous Pack  Does It Matter to You Girl   Options   Lucky Eleven  1967  7"  1:27:05 (Pop‑up)
Dee Clark  I Want To Love You   Options   Vee Jay  1961  7"  1:29:03 (Pop‑up)
Fats Domino  Don't Leave Me This Way   Options         1:31:28 (Pop‑up)
Nothing Painted Blue  Drinking Game   Options Placeholders  Scat  1994  CD  1:41:54 (Pop‑up)
New Pornographers  Use It   Options Twin Cinema  Matador  2005  CD  1:45:34 (Pop‑up)
Matthew Sweet  Time Capsule   Options Altered Beast  Zoo  1993  CD  1:48:57 (Pop‑up)
Marshall Crenshaw  Wild Abandon   Options Mary Jean & 9 Others  WB  1987  LP  1:52:44 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello & the Attractions  Uncomplicated (alternate version)   Options Blood and Chocolate bonus disc  Rhino  orig 1986  CD  1:59:07 (Pop‑up)
Richard Thompson  The Ghost Of You Walks   Options You? Me? Us?  Capitol  1996  CD  2:02:14 (Pop‑up)
Portastatic  Naked Pilseners   Options I Hope Your Heart Is Not Brittle  Merge  1994  LP  2:05:59 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe  Endless Grey Ribbon   Options   Columbia  1979  7"  2:18:35 (Pop‑up)
Jackson Browne  Boulevard   Options   Asylum  1980  7"  2:21:42 (Pop‑up)
Kinks  The First Time We Fall in Love   Options Schoolboys in Disgrace  RCA  1975  LP  2:24:55 (Pop‑up)
Cars  Shake It Up   Options   Elektra  1981  7"  2:28:41 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Nelson  The First Lesson - Position of the Mouth - The Beginner's, or, Simple Alphabet   Options Instant Ventriloquism  Juro Novelty Co.  1964  LP  2:32:04 (Pop‑up)
Tommy James & the Shondells  Sweet Cherry Wine   Options     orig 1969  7"  2:36:36 (Pop‑up)
Edith Piaf  Toujours Aimer   Options The Voice of the Sparrow: the Very Best of Edith Piaf  Capitol  orig 1960  CD  2:40:34 (Pop‑up)
Sarah Vaughan  Tenderly   Options Sarah Vaughan 1946-1947  Classics  orig 1947  CD  2:43:48 (Pop‑up)
Freddy King  San-Ho-Zay   Options Just Pickin'  Modern Blues  1961  CD  2:53:39 (Pop‑up)
field recording  The Fire   Options The New York City Album  no label / Clack, Inc.  1978  LP  2:56:30 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:48am Van in Dallas:

Is it too early to start the drum roll? :)

Hi Amanda, good day to you!
  11:50am Amanda:

It's never too early! Hi Van, nice to see you and hope you're having a good Humpday.
  11:53am Van in Dallas:

It's a cool but pretty day here in Big D, lovely! AND! we didn't get wiped out by an asteroid yesterday, so there's that! :)
  11:57am listener james from westwood:

good wednesday all! will be listening to the ns at low volume during a conf call today; will prob. be the only thing that gets me thru it!
  11:57am Van in Dallas:

oooooooooh yeah....the national EAS test is today. That will be your closing today will it not?
  11:57am Doug S.:

Nothing beats pre-show chatter!
  11:58am Van in Dallas:

Hi Doug! Hi LJFW!
  11:58am Amanda:

Nope! After the EAS test I'll still have an hour to go.
  12:00pm Amanda:

Happy conf'ing, James!

@Doug -- You're right. Not even the actual show is as good as the pre-show chatter...
  12:01pm Lizardner Dave:

Hey everyone. All ready for the big test that WON'T be happening on this stream at 2pm ET?
  12:02pm Doug S.:

Howdy Van!

Yeah, Amanda, it's all downhill chatter from here.
  12:02pm Amanda:

I think Lizardner Dave is on to something exciting here.
  12:03pm Van in Dallas:

oh that's right. The EAS test does not include our internet fun.
  12:03pm jill:

just checking in, not much else to say about that.
  12:03pm Amanda:

Hi Jill!
  12:07pm efd:

Hi Amanda! Hi everyone else! Hard to top Dom Mariani in any configuration.

I just might have to switch back to the mothership at 2 just to hear what happens.
  12:08pm Amanda:

efd, I don't blame you for a minute. (Or 15 seconds, or however long it takes...)

I know -- was so happy to find that comp in the library! Dom FTW!
  12:13pm Carmichael:

Hi Amanda and fellow fellers. I'll be in and out today, with meetings.

This group is ripping off Gimme Three Steps note-for-note.
  12:13pm efd:

Man, this Bad Boy record is right up my alley! Let me guess - a dollar at the Record Fair?
  12:14pm Carmichael:

Todd!!! Best song on Hermit of Mink Hollow (though they're all smashing).
  12:15pm Amanda:

Hi Carmichael! I agree -- have been meaning to play this for months.

Evan -- yep, exactly right, but stay tuned to hear the whole story.
  12:15pm Doug S.:

I was once in a band that played a show for which the Del Fuegos were the open act. (They were called the Jogging Wankers then.)
  12:16pm Amanda:

"Before they had a record out / before they went gold and started to blow." -- Juliana Hatfield
  12:19pm Li'l Missy B.:

Hey, Amanda—Can you do your OWN 2:00 PM Freak-Out Elert Test? I would rather hear yours.
  12:21pm Brian in UK:

  12:23pm Amanda:

Hi Brian!

Missy -- I thought about it, but... well, you'll see. This is a pre-recorded show although I am talking to you in real-time with my typing voice.
  12:24pm Brian in UK:

Doug, have you slept at all this week? By the way, did the Jogging Wankers become the Fizzing Lightbulbs?
  12:25pm seang:

for a second I thought this was "Joey"
  12:25pm Li'l Missy B.:

Alas! Then at 2 PM I shall chant "Nazario Scenario" over and over until the Elert stops.
  12:26pm pgw in mntclr:

this is one of my favorites from the "doing gigs in whiteface" era
  12:28pm Doug S.:

Sure, I slept like a baby. The Jogging Wankers begat the Del Fuegos which begat children's music maven Dan Zanes. As it were.
  12:29pm Carmichael:

And where do the Wiggles fall in all this?
  12:29pm Amanda:

Let's all chant that!!!!

seang -- I know, they sound alike. Matt & I had a good discussion going a while back about the pervasive violin in this album.

pgw, remind me to do my show in whiteface one of these days
  12:29pm Amanda:

The Wiggles < the Woggles
  12:32pm pgw in mntclr:

will do
  12:34pm efd:

Ooh, pardon me for co-opting your comments board for my own self-promotion, but I have to mention that Jerry Shirley, who played some percussion on The Madcap Laughs and some drums on the Barret LP (not to mention a highly successful career with Humble Pie and others), will be my special guest next Wednesday night between 9 and midnight.

And now back to your regular comments.
  12:35pm Amanda:

EXCITEMENT! Thanks for reminding us of the Jerry Shirley appearance, efd.
  12:36pm Li'l Missy B.:

Wait! How did you do that? `How did you know you would have to explain you're pre-recorded right there if you're pre-recorded?
  12:36pm Brian in UK:

Existential or what? Mungo like empirical.
  12:37pm efd:

Damn, I bought some records from Joe a few years ago too - how could I have missed Bad Boy?! UNLESS YOU GOT THERE FIRST?
  12:39pm Amanda:

Well, I knew when I was recording it that it was being prepared for today, but I always manage to confuse myself as well as all of you with this time-travel business.

Joe was selling a bunch of good records for one dollar each because they had skips on them. The Bad Boy was one. I think this was in 2008 or 2009. I AM VICTORIOUS
  12:42pm pgw in mntclr:

walking and talking > kicking and screaming
  12:50pm Van in Dallas:

Ah, the chorus finally. Or is that the bridge.
  12:50pm Doug S.:

I have this Clack album!
  12:51pm Amanda:

You do not! Shut up! Thomas has a big box of them at home and gave me one when I was visiting them recently. I had never heard the whole thing before, it's amazing.
  12:52pm ndbob:

hello Amanda and everyone!
  12:53pm Amanda:

Hi ndbob! Welcome home.
  12:57pm Doug S.:

Amanda, that "New York City Album" album has a track on it titled "NYC Firefighters rushing to a fire." I played it on my first show back on the air after 9/11: http://tinyurl.com/bwswt3p
  12:59pm Amanda:

On mine it's called just "The Fire." And, spoiler alert, I am going to play that track at the end of today's show! I am excited to check out your archive later today -- excellent choice for a broadcast like that.
  1:03pm Doug S.:

You're right, is "The Fire." For the purposes of my playlist I called the "artist" NYC Firefighters rushing to a fire!
  1:11pm listener james from westwood:

ahhhhh ... full-volume nazario scenario. altho' it was a nice backbeat to the conf call, which itself was less trying than average.
  1:13pm Amanda:

Glad to hear it! And welcome back to full-strength streaminess.
  1:25pm listener james from westwood:

Will DL the archive so I can hear Hour 1 at its designated, window-rattling decibels.
  1:26pm Hugo:

Funny you should talk about fires. One of the items I picked up while over in NY, at the Strand, was this one:


The Foundations!! That takes me back to Radio Luxembourg in them olden days!
  1:28pm Amanda:

Hey Hugo! That certainly looks like a cool book for us disaster-minded types.
  1:29pm ndbob:

ah a pack song i haven't heard before
  1:30pm Amanda:

Cool -- yeah it is the B-side of "Wide Trackin"
  1:38pm Carmichael:

OK, back. I love the Foundations also.
  1:57pm Marsha:

We flock to YOU, Amanda.
  1:58pm listener james from westwood:

quick, play a newsreader talking russian or chinese to make it seem like the net's been taken over for those flocking to the web!
  1:58pm Amanda:

I accept you with open arms. xoxox!
  1:59pm ndbob:

it does get activated for weather emergencies, etc.
  2:00pm Hugo:

The Foundations tune was a no.1 hit in the UK charts back in 1967. And the place to find what was in the charts was Radio Luxembourg, Sunday at eleven in the evening, hosted by Don Wardell. Ah, memories ...

  2:00pm Amanda:

lJfW, that is a great idea! I can't though... on this pre-recorded deal
  2:02pm Amanda:

  2:03pm Carmichael:

You're playing Richard Thompson?!?! You're really something else, Amanda.
  2:04pm Amanda:

'Twerent' nothin'. I love him.
  2:04pm Amanda:

*Ahem: "'Tweren't"
  2:05pm Carmichael:

As do I. Yet you're the only DJ willing to play him, it seems. Just saw him again about a month ago.
  2:11pm Amanda:

Ooh, lucky. I am always up for listening to his solo stuff or the Fairports, it is so pretty.
  2:13pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda! catch the rest on the archive
  2:13pm Van in Dallas:

I forgot to switch over to "the mothership" for the alert.
  2:14pm Amanda:

Glad to have you this week as always, ndbob. Keep on keepin' on.

Van -- I am dying to hear how Duane handled it! (With characteristic aplomb, I am assuming.)
  2:16pm efd:

I'm not going to spoil anything, unless there's a National Emergency Spoiler Alert test.
  2:19pm Amanda:

I think GTDR is going to participate in the National Spoiler Alert Test, just for the fun of it.

Hey, NYC/NJ'ers -- who is going to Maxwell's tonight for the Reigning Sound and Jackie and the Cedrics?
  2:22pm Gene:

I am going to that!
  2:23pm Amanda:

I am psyched to see you there!
  2:29pm Carmichael:

One of the trifecta of great Kinks albums, along with Sleepwalker and Misfits. Oh, and Soap Opera!
  2:34pm Amanda:

You guys, when I was entering this track in the playlist the auto-fill recognized it, meaning it has been played on the station before -- and recently. WFMU.
  2:37pm Van in Dallas:

Right you are Amanda. http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/41654
  2:41pm Amanda:

Swank. David's show is awesome...
  2:55pm listener james from westwood:

looking forward to looping back & hearing hour 1. thanks for the show, amanda!
  2:56pm Van in Dallas:

Thanks Amanda, enjoyed the show. Good work as always. 'Til next week!
  2:57pm Dervish:

I am already loopy and I listened to the whole thing.
  2:57pm Amanda:

Yay! Thanks Van and James! See you both next week, I hope. Have a good one.
  2:58pm Amanda:

Dervish -- aww, you're in good company.
  3:01pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Amanda. See you next week.
  8:22pm Listener Schned:

Thank the Drummer Some for your archived shows, as I can never bust out to listen mid-day Wednesdays- liking the shifting gears to R&B etc, but loving the return to Rock'n'Roll !!
Yet missing the free karaoke from you and Elvis Costello (waah!) You're always in tune, it's adorable, hearty-poo's Contributor Schned
  1:46pm Lizardner Dave:

Good choice for an "encore presentation" today.
  12:08pm Van in DC:

Quick! Back to the Future!
  12:26pm Van in DC:

This show is sounding just as great the third time around :)
  12:03pm Uncle Michael:

First time for me!
  12:12pm Uncle Michael:

My homey, Freedy....*swoon*.
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