Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from November 16, 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 16, 2011: Rhythm of the Rain
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Cascades  Rhythm of the Rain   Options     orig 1962  7"     
BJ Thomas  A Fine Way to Go   Options Billy Joe  Scepter  1972  LP     
Oliver  Can't You See   Options   Jubilee  1968  7"     
Cowsills  Act Naturally   Options The Cowsills in Concert  MGM  1969  LP     
Monkees  A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You   Options   Colgems  1967  7"     
Hollies  No More Riders   Options   Epic  1974  7"     
Van Morrison  And It Stoned Me   Options         sung along to  0:16:58 (Pop‑up)
Louis Armstrong and his All Star Band  Tiger Rag / Now You Has Jazz / High Society Calypso   Options Live in Trenton NJ, Feb. 21, 1958          0:29:03 (Pop‑up)
Herbie Hancock  Watermelon Man   Options Flood  Sony  orig 1975  CD    0:40:52 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Womack  Fly Me to the Moon   Options   Minit  1968  7"    0:46:34 (Pop‑up)
La Strada  Flying   Options s/t  Ernest Jenning Record Co.  2009  CD    0:49:15 (Pop‑up)
Vetiver  You May Be Blue   Options To Find Me Gone  DiCristina  2006  CD    0:53:29 (Pop‑up)
Hayden  Dynamite Walls   Options Skyscraper National Park  Badman  2002  CD    0:58:08 (Pop‑up)
Dusty Springfield  Once Upon a Time   Options           1:12:48 (Pop‑up)
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts  You Don't Own Me   Options   Boardwalk  1981  7"    1:14:24 (Pop‑up)
Brenda Lee  I Want to be Wanted   Options     orig 1960  7"    1:17:23 (Pop‑up)
Dolly Parton  Sing for the Common Man   Options 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs  Buddha/BMG  1980  CD    1:20:14 (Pop‑up)
Eilen Jewell  Heartache Boulevard   Options Letters From Sinners & Strangers  Signature Sounds  2007  CD    1:23:45 (Pop‑up)
Janis Ian  Society's Child   Options   Verve  1967  7"    1:26:23 (Pop‑up)
Gene Pitney  Marianne   Options   Musicor  1965  7"    1:29:27 (Pop‑up)
Tom T. Hall  Ravishing Ruby   Options Greatest Hits Vol. 2  Mercury  197?  LP    1:32:07 (Pop‑up)
Pass Kontrol  Love is a Dog From Hell   Options Berlin EP  s/r  2008  CD    1:42:35 (Pop‑up)
Wolf Parade  Same Ghost Every Night   Options Apologies to the Queen Mary  Sub Pop  2005  CD    1:46:20 (Pop‑up)
The Sonora Pine  Ooltewah   Options s/t 1996  Quarterstick   1996  LP    1:52:00 (Pop‑up)
Quasi  "Or Biting Pods" (live)   Options           1:57:47 (Pop‑up)
Ed's Redeeming Qualities  Drivin' On 9   Options Big Grapefruit Cleanup Job  Slow River  1995  CD    2:00:58 (Pop‑up)
Yonder Mountain String Band  Wind's On Fire   Options s/t  Vanguard  2006  CD    2:04:34 (Pop‑up)
Loretta Lynn  When the Tingle Becomes a Chill   Options           2:09:46 (Pop‑up)
Four Tops  Love is the Answer   Options   Motown  1970  7"    2:21:42 (Pop‑up)
The Miracles  Love Machine (pt. 1)   Options   Tamla  1975  7"    2:23:57 (Pop‑up)
Ral Donner  Because We're Young   Options   Gone  1961  7"    2:26:50 (Pop‑up)
The Mar-Kets  Start   Options   Liberty  1962  7"    2:29:21 (Pop‑up)
Fleetwoods  Little Miss Sad One   Options   Dolton  1961  7"    2:31:37 (Pop‑up)
R.E.M.  So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)   Options     1984      2:34:37 (Pop‑up)
Jackie DeShannon  Let the Sailors Dance   Options New Arrangement  CBS  1975  LP    2:37:49 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Voice from the Mountain   Options Time of No Reply  Ryko  orig 1974  CD    2:50:34 (Pop‑up)
Beach Boys  You Still Believe In Me   Options Pet Sounds  Capitol  orig 1966  CD    2:54:06 (Pop‑up)
Modern Lovers  Dignified and Old   Options s/t (2003 reissue)    orig 1972  CD    2:56:42 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:53am Richard from Venezuela:

Great. Greetings amanda.
  11:56am Carmichael:

Pre-hello, Amanda.
  11:57am Van in Dallas:

Hi Amanda, Doug, Richard, Carmichael!
  11:57am Brian in Uk:

Ah good Richard has turned on the light. Hello Richard. And Carmichael.
  11:58am Brian in Uk:

And Van. Where's Amanda?
  11:58am Amanda:

Hello to all of you! The weather here in NJ is kind of meh, and I hope I can improve upon it...
  11:58am Van in Dallas:

Ha, Brian and I sneak in at the same time! Hi Brian!
  12:00pm Carmichael:

Hi everyone. It's annoyingly sunny and 70 here. One morning I'll wake up and find it to be 38 and raining. That's how the seasons change in CA.
  12:00pm Amanda:

Can you guys hear the Hazy Shade of Winter orchestra?
  12:00pm Van in Dallas:

Darn it, I did it again. What do you mean "Stay tuned for Duane"? ;)
  12:00pm pgw in mntclr:

  12:00pm Dervish:

Can barely hear it!!
  12:01pm Van in Dallas:

Yes, but it's nowhere near as loud as what the mothership just was that I was inadvertently listening to
  12:01pm Carmichael:

Loud and clear.
  12:01pm Brian in UK:

It's dark here now at 4:30. Yuk. It's very faint but you are not.
  12:01pm Richard from Venezuela:

Now all its fine. Hello to all the listeners
  12:03pm Brian in UK:

Van Inadvertently listening to????
  12:03pm Dan from Pompton Plains:

The background music was barely audible and your voice level was also way quieter. The level of the stream was way louder and better quality audio than since the swtich. The current track is too quiet and sounds extra compressed.
  12:05pm Amanda:

Thanks for the advice... we are testing a new stream-switching method and I want to know how it affects the way things sound!
  12:05pm pgw in mntclr:

Dan = Straight Outta Pompton
  12:06pm Dan from Pompton Plains:

OK, the volume just improved with the BJ Thomas, but the quality is still poor.
  12:06pm Brian in UK:

Just baked a loaf & cannot wait to eat the crust. Do any of you have as special name for the crust of a loaf?
  12:07pm Jacob Juntunen:

Sounds good here in Ohio! Fun to hear your set.
  12:07pm Brian in UK:

Is there a rain theme 'cause BJ did Rains Drops Keep Fallin' on my Head?
  12:08pm Van in Dallas:

@Brian - I had inadvertently clicked on the main WFMU Flash stream, not GTDS
  12:09pm Brian in UK:

Van Freeform listening
  12:10pm Van in Dallas:

ha ha, you have no idea :) I have another WFMU page open, and on pause with Sunday's special Dark Night of the Soul, mid-way through the presentation :)
  12:12pm Amanda:

Thanks again guys! Mike Adler (tech master) has just tweaked a few things and hopefully it sounds better now.
  12:12pm Van in Dallas:

I also have the NPR page constantly open to listen to Kate Bush's new record coming out next week during other times :)
  12:12pm Brian in UK:

I've done a similar thing, clicked on the non stream show then wondered why the toons do not tie up? Takes ages sometimes to figure out.
  12:13pm Doug S.:

C'mon Van, go for four simultaneous shows! You can do it Brother!
  12:13pm Carmichael:

Hey! The 1st Monkees album is still the best.
  12:13pm Van in Dallas:

ha ha :)
  12:13pm G:

Yes Van, that can be tricky in my experience -- making sure you actually get to the right stream when you change streams during show changes... I often listen carefully for a song or two to match the title with the lyrics.

It feels really stupid to find you were not on the stream you wanted after multiple songs have passed already! I suspect that cookies on my end may be making decisions about where I really want to connect, based on my last connection...
  12:15pm Brian in UK:

What is naughahyde? Is that the right spelling? It's mentioned on Pleasant Valley Sunday I think.
  12:15pm efd:

Hi Amanda and everyone! I've had that Monkees single since I was a little kid, and it's one of my favorite things.
  12:16pm Brian in UK:

Or was it Alternative Title?
  12:16pm G:

Fake leather-like covering from the mid 20th century

  12:17pm Reality Check:

connotes: cheesy suburban
  12:17pm Carmichael:

It's fake leather, Brian. People get couches and chairs amde of it on the cheap, instead of actual leather.
  12:18pm Carmichael:

  12:18pm Carmichael:

Amanda Morrison!! Go!
  12:18pm Brian in UK:

Thanks G. My life is almost complete now. See the Monkees return tour was dumped. Tee Hee. Which single was it on?
  12:20pm Van in Dallas:

Nazario Serenadario :)
  12:21pm Reality Check:

@Van: Amand-eoke
  12:22pm Van in Dallas:

I like Van Morrison's first name
  12:23pm Van in Dallas:

OOoh! Kinks coming up?! :)
  12:23pm Doug S.:

Sounding better and better!
  12:24pm Moving Van:

I like my last name.
  12:25pm pgw in mntclr:

b-side of the air i breathe = carbon dioxide
  12:26pm Brian in UK:

Saw Scorsese's biog of George Harrison Living in the Material World on TV last weekend. It was very moving.
  12:26pm Alf from Upstate:

Can you say "duff" on the streamdio?
  12:27pm Brian in UK:

Alf you can say bollocks if you have a mind to.
  12:28pm FCC:

We're just audience members here.
  12:31pm Alf from Upstate:

Keep my nadgers out of this, Brian.
  12:36pm Amanda:

Heh. Youze are pretty funny audience members. Alf, pgw, Brian, Van, Richard, G, Carmichael, efd, Doug, Jacob, and everyone else both real and made-up, nice to see you all!
  12:39pm Amanda:

AND I am glad it is sounding good. :-)
  12:39pm glenn:

  12:41pm glenn:

you know how the crazy tea party types make senators etc. sign the no tax increase pledge? will you sign the no lou reed / metallica pledge?
  12:41pm Amanda:

AND glenn!!!

And Dervish, and Dan from Pompton Plains.
  12:43pm Amanda:

@glenn -- that is a promise that I can't make. If this proves detrimental to my campaign, so be it.

I think I can make it effective for this show, if that is any consolation.
  12:47pm glenn:

hmmmmmm. i'm not ready to mark my ballot yet anyway. i'll keep your overall record in mind, although i did make a request about a month ago, and haven't heard it yet.
  12:49pm Amanda:

Oooh! I know, all these things happened with the record fair and stuff, and I forgot about it. Now I remember. Stick around, I'll get to it sometime before 2013.
  12:51pm Ulul (Spike Jones could never spell):

glenn come down & see me sometime.
  12:52pm Doug S.:

You do an ID over this track!
  12:52pm Van in Dallas:

Is Carole King on the playlist today by chance? Your mentioning her earlier makes me want to hear her :)
  12:54pm glenn:

sure thing, backwards lulu. i'm on the next bus.
  12:55pm Amanda:

@Doug -- Yep, that is the one! I hope I didn't confuse you into thinking that the stream had gone back into jukebox mode...

@Van -- Probably not, but maybe? I do like her usually.
  12:57pm Doug S.:

It really did, Amanda. I was scrambling. Funny!
  1:00pm Brian in UK:

That crust was mighty tasty.
  1:02pm glenn:

hayden. a good trawna boy.
  1:12pm glenn:

all music says the booby womack is from 1987. is that right? i have no idea, myself.
  1:12pm Van in Dallas:

lol, no problem Amanda, and thanks :)
  1:13pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  1:14pm glenn:

ooops. i meant bobby. really. not a freudian typo.
  1:14pm Brian in UK:

The Flying Lizards 'singer' qualifys as 'posh bird'.

Hello snowman ndbob.
  1:16pm Van in Dallas:

Hey! It's a White Lady! :) (love this)
  1:21pm Van in Dallas:

  1:21pm ndbob:

indeed Brian - not much snow actually but 23 with a wind chill of 6 now
  1:23pm Van in Dallas:

Yep, Dolly....I actually prefer her sister is it? Half sister? Something like that? Anyway, the lovely Crystal Gayle...I actually saw her in concert in like, 1979? 1980?
  1:24pm Carmichael:

Jaysis Bob, you need a winter home somewhere. Else.
  1:24pm Van in Dallas:

I think I set a playlist comments record just then with five ?'s ha ha
  1:24pm pgw in mntclr:

i think it's Loretta Lynn who's related to Crystal Gayle.
  1:25pm glenn:

EILEN JEWELL!!! i heart amanda.
  1:25pm Amanda:

A cursory search is suggesting that Bobby Womack record came out in 1968.

Hiiii ndbob-sicle!

I love Crystal Gayle too! I am really striking out, white-ladies-wise, it would appear. (I love Loretta Lynn too)
  1:25pm Van in Dallas:

Right you are! I had forgotten obviously...
  1:26pm Carmichael:

And they're both related somehow to Kevin Bacon.
  1:27pm glenn:

with jerry miller on guitar. just to fulfill my daily moby grape related quota.
  1:27pm Carmichael:

How about Skeeter Davis, Amanda? If not for her name alone.
  1:29pm glenn:

Debut album from the self-proclaimed "Last Soul Man," who earned his credentials as writer and composer of the Rolling Stones' first U.K. number one. He was also one of the forces behind Sly & the Family Stone's sultry classic There's a Riot Going On. Derived from his 1987 album, this title of honor would have sounded pretentious employed by just anyone. However, with most of the true soul legends gone or lost in the '80s ozone of slick synthesized productions, Bobby Womack remained one of few who stayed true to their art.
  1:30pm ndbob:

therefore they have an Erdos-Bacon number:).
  1:32pm glenn:

i can't decide between gene pitney or gene clark for my number one gene guy of rock and roll.
  1:33pm ndbob:

Tom T. Hall's best record!
  1:34pm pgw in mntclr:

i bought [at a garage sale] one of those "Gals of Country"/various artists records that had a song by Lorene Mann called "So I Could Be Your Friend" on it. it's a terrific, and highly recommended, song.
  1:34pm Doug S.:

  1:36pm Van in Dallas:

Hey Doug, wanted to ask you if you've ever come across Master Drummers of Dagbon? Seems like they would be a great fit for your show...had one of their albums long ago and loved it.
  1:37pm Dervish:

That set was whighteous!
  1:37pm Van in Dallas:

ha ha @Dervish I loved that set
  1:39pm glenn:

i think it's pronounced eelen. i heard an interview with her on n.p.r.
  1:39pm Doug S.:

I have a Dagbon disc here somewhere! I'd be happy to play it...
  1:44pm glenn:

huh. i was sure that this was the strokes.
  1:45pm Alf from Upstate:

That eelen was electric.
  1:46pm Amanda:

Agreed, very Strokes-sounding!
  1:47pm glenn:

better, i think.
  1:49pm pgw in mntclr:

this gets my vote for the best song Dan Boeckner's ever written
  1:57pm Amanda:

This Sonora Pine record is so nice but very hard to cue, as it is on clear vinyl.
  2:00pm E.L.:

Hey Amanda! Thanks for playing Sonora Pine AND Quasi! Great to hear the show.
  2:01pm Amanda:

Hahaha! E.L., this Quasi track is from your mix CD. Awesome to see you here!
  2:01pm glenn:

paint it black.
  2:07pm E.L.:

HA! Of course! I'll be running back and forth from my drawing board, so I might be scarce on the comments here. Anyway— Portland says hello.
  2:07pm Dervish:

Master rug weavers of Persia used to intentionally make "mistakes" in their work, in deference to the Gods. You are a humble woman, Amanda.
  2:08pm ndbob:

i need to go.. excellent music Amanda!
  2:09pm Amanda:

Thanks ndbob -- catch you later. And aww, thank you, Dervish, for thinking me a master rug weaver.
  2:12pm Van in Dallas:

That's as close to Crystal as we can get I think :)
  2:19pm E.L.:

  2:20pm efd:

  2:24pm Amanda:

Sorry... had to be done!
  2:26pm efd:

I was mostly gasping at "myspace friend list."
  2:30pm E.L.:

Those were the days eh efd? Amanda you're totally right— that Quasi track was originally titled Our Happiness Is Guaranteed but on the live disc they list it as "Orbiting Pods." Easier to write out on the set list maybe?
  2:33pm Amanda:

Yeah or maybe some inside joke. Hmph! Anyway, I trusted your track listing. There's a reason you were in my Top 8.
  2:34pm Lizardner Dave:

I'm very busy at work so I just have time to drop in and say that I am really enjoying the show. Carry on all.
  2:37pm Amanda:

Hey, thank you so much Lizardner Dave!
  2:40pm Doug S.:

I had snacks with R.E.M. in about 1981.
  2:41pm glenn:

pre fame pretzels?
  2:41pm Van in Dallas:

A drive by hello from Lizardner Dave! Hi!

I don't know this artist but I'm liking the tune.
  2:47pm pgw in mntclr:

"Eponymous" was/is a respectable place to start. That may have been one of my first REM... cassettes.
  2:50pm Doug S.:

All listeners MUST be in full tryptophanic haze to partake...
  2:50pm Van in Dallas:

Bring Matt in with you Amanda :)
  2:51pm Artie:

Arriving late. Thank goodness for archives. Go Go Amanda, Go Go Norton 25.
  2:56pm Amanda:

Hey Artie! Go go indeed -- what a raucous time. Thanks for the whiskey!

@Van -- Matt would love to come, but he has to work that day, and besides I think three's a crowd in this Give the Drummer Some/Nazario Scenario experiment!
  2:59pm pgw in mntclr:

"Give the Scenario Some Drummer, Nazario"?
  3:00pm Van in Dallas:

Thanks Amanda, wonderful show!
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