Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from December 28, 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 New Approx. start time
Aztec Two-Step  Hazy Shade of Winter   Options Time It Was: the Simon & Garfunkel Songbook CD  I Am  2009  CD       
The Flying Burrito Brothers  Building Fires   Options Flying Again  CBS  1975  LP       
The Avett Brothers  Signs   Options Mignonette  Ramseur  2004  CD      0:07:28 (Pop‑up)
Duane Eddy  Stalkin'   Options Twang Thang: The Duane Eddy Anthology  Rhino  1993 (comp)  CD      0:09:58 (Pop‑up)
The Moto-Gators  Clamdiggin'   Options Do the Sneak      CD    *   0:12:25 (Pop‑up)
King Salami & The Cumberland Three  Do the Wurst   Options   Dirty Water  2009  7"      0:15:30 (Pop‑up)
The Egyptians  The Party Stomp   Options   Norton  2007 (1960)  7"      0:17:45 (Pop‑up)
The Ventures  Skylab   Options NASA 25th Anniversary Commemorative Album  Award  1984  LP      0:20:24 (Pop‑up)
The Crystals  I Love You Eddie   Options             0:32:29 (Pop‑up)
The Waistcoats  What You See   Options In Our Eyes  Larsen  2002  LP      0:34:12 (Pop‑up)
The Kaisers  Kaiser Stomp   Options In Step With the Kaisers  Imperial  1994  LP      0:36:59 (Pop‑up)
The Baby Grandmothers  Somebody Keeps Calling My Name   Options Pebbles Vol. 20: Sweden (V/A)  AIP  orig 1960s  LP      0:40:25 (Pop‑up)
The Flamin' Groovies  High Flyin' Baby   Options Teenage Head    orig 1971  CD      0:46:43 (Pop‑up)
Supersnazz  Brown Sugar   Options Sweat Box  Loft  2006  CD      0:49:52 (Pop‑up)
Guitar Wolf  Teenage UFO   Options Jet Generation  Matador  1999  CD      0:52:50 (Pop‑up)
Rufus Thomas  Walking the Dog   Options             1:02:26 (Pop‑up)
The Black Keys  Howlin' For You   Options Brothers  Nonesuch  2010  CD      1:04:38 (Pop‑up)
Clinic  The Castle   Options Return of Evil Bill EP  Domino  2000  CD      1:07:53 (Pop‑up)
Camera Obscura  French Navy   Options My Maudlin Career  4AD  2009  CD      1:10:33 (Pop‑up)
The Blow  Fists Up   Options Paper Television  K  2006  CD      1:13:56 (Pop‑up)
The Rip Offs  Wild Jane   Options   RIp Off Records  1994  7"      1:18:05 (Pop‑up)
Big Eyes  Different Than I Thought   Options Hard Life  Don Giovanni  2011  CD      1:20:14 (Pop‑up)
Emerson Bimby  Red   Options My Little Bomb  Incestuous World/Shaw Nuff  1979  7"  2-record EP    1:31:50 (Pop‑up)
The Flying Lizards  Glide/Spin   Options Fourth Wall  Cherry Red  2010 (comp)  CD      1:34:50 (Pop‑up)
Spizz  Cold City   Options Where's Captain Kirk? The Very Best of Spizz  Cherry Red  2002 (comp)  CD      1:38:16 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe  My Heart Hurts   Options Nick the Knife  F-Beat/Columbia  1982  LP      1:40:17 (Pop‑up)
The Bigger Lovers  So It Goes   Options The Stiff Generation (V/A)  Groove Disques  2002  CD      1:43:10 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello  Black and White World (demo)   Options Get Happy!! bonus disc  Rhino    CD      1:46:16 (Pop‑up)
Tuff Darts  Fun City   Options s/t  Wounded Bird  orig 1978  CD      1:48:05 (Pop‑up)
The Minutemen  Untitled Song for Latin America   Options             2:00:02 (Pop‑up)
X-Ray Spex  Identity   Options Obsessed With You: The Early Years            2:01:43 (Pop‑up)
J Church  Cosmonaut   Options The Horror of Life  No Idea  2007  CD      2:04:10 (Pop‑up)
Blue Öyster Cult  In Thee   Options Mirrors  Columbia  1979  LP      2:07:43 (Pop‑up)
Badfinger  The Winner   Options Ass  Apple  1973  LP      2:11:06 (Pop‑up)
ELO  Need Her Love   Options Discovery  Jet  1979  LP      2:14:30 (Pop‑up)
Bill Nelson  "My Dark Daemon"   Options Chance Encounters in the Garden of Lights  Enigma  1988  LP box set      2:19:43 (Pop‑up)
Buck Owens  Tall Dark Stranger   Options             2:22:48 (Pop‑up)
Skatalites  Black Joe   Options Skatalites and Friends at Randy's  VP Records  1998  LP      2:31:42 (Pop‑up)
The Upsetters  Just Enough to Keep Me Hanging On   Options Double Seven  Trojan  1995  LP      2:35:13 (Pop‑up)
Mose Allison  The Seventh Son   Options Greatest Hits  Prestige  orig 1958  LP      2:37:31 (Pop‑up)
Nico  Frozen Warnings   Options Peel Sessions  Strange Fruit/Dutch East India Trading  1988  CD      2:40:10 (Pop‑up)
Andy Warhol  Lunch in Paris   Options       MP3      2:50:08 (Pop‑up)
Nina Simone  Angel of the Morning   Options Here Comes the Sun  RCA  1971  LP      2:55:27 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:58am Doug S.:

I've got to dash out, but I'll dig the show later on archive. Have a(nother) fantastic streamcast, Amanda! U.R.D. Best!
  11:59am Carmichael:

Back in black! Hi Amanda, Doug, and yet to be heard from listeners.
  12:01pm Van in Dallas:

Did everyone survive Christmas? Hi Amanda and everyone that survived! :)
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday, nazarenes and scenarians!
  12:04pm Amanda:

Hi you all! So glad I survived the holiday, so that I could be with you again...
  12:04pm Doug S.:

I am still hearing the stream. Have you switched over, Amanda?
  12:05pm Carmichael:

I'm hearing burritos, Doug, so it must be switched.
  12:06pm Amanda:

The SAM cast is saying it is "encoded"... and it looks ok from here...
  12:06pm Van in Dallas:

Yeah, Building Fires?
  12:09pm Doug S.:

Weird. My old existing Drummer Radio connection on iTunes is still playing the stream, but when I clicked on the link you provided, it plays your show. Could be confusing to some listeners who already have the link and are trying to use it w/out reestablishing the connection.

I'll yammer with computer guru Adler about it.
  12:09pm Doug S.:

Weird. My old existing Drummer Radio connection on iTunes is still playing the stream, but when I clicked on the link you provided, it plays your show. Could be confusing to some listeners who already have the link and are trying to use it w/out reestablishing the connection.
I'll yammer with computer guru Adler about it.
  12:09pm Doug S.:

That was my twin brother.
  12:12pm Amanda:

It's Pete and re-Pete!
  12:15pm Amanda:

Adler is on vacation today but I'm sure available for an email consultation
  12:20pm Doug S.:

OK, my house guests just went out for a walk, so I am here and grooving. I'll bug Ader next year.
  12:20pm glenn:

  12:22pm Amanda:

Ahoy Glenn!
  12:22pm listener james from westwood:

hey glenn!
stream's working well thru the playlist link.
  12:23pm Ranger:

Good afternoon, dear Amanda! I have made it to listen live two weeks in a row now--can you believe it?
  12:23pm ?:

i was thinking about how great and weird the adventures of pete and pete was.
  12:24pm glenn:

ooops. that was me.
  12:29pm listener james from westwood:

must head out, but will catch the archive. thanks for the wonderful music this year, amanda, and thanks to doug for bringing the scenario into the gtdr fold!
  12:30pm pgw in mntclr:

"pete and pete" was awesome. and i'm not just saying that because it's my name. and my freshman college roommate's name.
  12:30pm Carmichael:

Good man, Matt! I feel the same way.
  12:30pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Amanda and all the listeners. Merry Christmas.
  12:32pm Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back, Amanda!
  12:40pm Dan in Seattle:

First D:O Radio, now this. I am digging it.
  12:41pm Amanda:

Thanks, Dan! Welcome to the festivities. And hullo, Alf!
  12:46pm Amanda:

@Carmichael -- until I was like 20 years old I thought Hazy Shade of Winter was by the Bangles.
  12:48pm Carmichael:

He he ... I had no idea who Willie Dixon and Muddy Waters were until I started reading Led Zeppelin liner notes.
  12:49pm Zhanna:

Hey Naz! I finally got a chance to check out your show! You rock! (as you always did back in the day!)
  12:50pm Fiveash:

I actually have no quarrel with Garfunkel although I would kill him without blinking if Simon used him as a human shield.
  12:50pm efd:

"High Flyin' Baby" will never not sound amazing. Great show so far, Amanda! And I expect that will continue to be the case.
  12:51pm Amanda:

Wow! Zhanna! Thank you so so much for listening! All the best to you and your fam this season. No one rocks like you do/did!
  12:52pm Ranger:

Not that there is anything wrong with the Bangles, dadburnit!!
  12:53pm Fiveash:

Hi Evan! Yeah I was going to add a comment about High Flyin' Baby and the Roy Loney era Groovies being the greatest band of all time but Amanda (and everyone else I know) is sick of hearing me go on about it.
  12:54pm glenn:

especially since everybody knows that the kinks are the greatest band of all time.
  12:59pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  1:02pm Richard from Venezuela:

Give the Drummer radio is a cult stream. Awesome shows and awesome music.
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda, how do you like my new keyboard. Total carp is thong of the pist.

glenn there is still a ? about you, allegedly!! Favourite Raymond Douglas Davies song?
  1:09pm glenn:

i don't know. i could prolly narrow it down to five, or maybe ten.
  1:09pm Amanda:

Aww, Richard, nice words. Hi ndbob!

@Ranger -- pfft, I still put "Eternal Flame" on on repeat in my self-pitying moments...

Brian and glenn -- ugh, I forgot to play my Father Christmas 45 last week.

Matt, I thought you were at work now!
  1:13pm ?:

party line. see my friends. autumn almanac. harry rag. waterloo sunset. victoria. there's just too many great kinks songs. plus, dave's song death of a clown is definitely one of my faves.
  1:13pm Fiveash:

There's certainly an argument for the Kinks, but they stuck around for long enough to make some crappy records whereas that version of the Groovies were done after "Teenage Head". We need some sort of points system in order to figure this out...
  1:13pm glenn:

ooops. me again.
  1:13pm Ranger:

Ahhhh, I love these Scots so much! (My Bangles song of choice is "If She Knew What She Wants," but of course I will never say no to "Eternal Flame.")
  1:14pm glenn:

i say just go by the number of great songs. the kinks rule the roost.
  1:16pm Carmichael:

Kinks: Standing Underneath the Neon Sign.
Bangles: Going Down to Liverpool
  1:22pm Fiveash:

I would add Stop Your Sobbing, I Need You, Time Will Tell, I'll Remember, Dave's I Am Free... too many to list. Maybe you're right Glenn, although I still insist on subtracting points for whatever you call the synthesis of longevity/suckiness. If the Stones had hung it up after Exile on Main Street they would deserve serious consideration for the title, but at this point they have made more crappy albums than good ones and we can't let that slide! Amanda, I'm working tonight.
  1:24pm ndbob:

I agree with you about the Stones Fiveash
  1:24pm ?:

i kinda agree, but i think some girls is actually the last great stones album.
  1:25pm glenn:

  1:25pm Brian in UK:

Tired of Waiting is so sad. Bit like 'Help' never understood how The Fabs sang that song in such a jaunty manner.
You are a hard judge Mr Fiveash, people like Neil Jung fall into this category.
Agree glenn/?
  1:28pm ndbob:

the strangest concert I ever attended was a Kinks concert - the building was evacuated due to a bomb threat - not long after the concert resumed, the Kinks were tossing beer around, Ray Davies fell on the stage, hit his head, and could not continue.
  1:28pm glenn:

then again, wire's up there too.
  1:29pm Half Deaf Dog:

A heartworming story? Holy cow!!!!
  1:29pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, have you ever seen a camera obscura?
  1:31pm ndbob:

"Tired of Waiting.." was one of the first four records I ever bought.
  1:31pm Fiveash:

Glenn- if you are talking about the TV show The Wire, then I am inclined to agree: true, it is a TV show and not a band but is so great that it merits consideration as the greatest band of all time. The band Wire is pretty good too.
  1:32pm G:

glenn used to front the mysterians. force of habit.
  1:34pm Fiveash:

Brian, I agree about Neil, but he doesn't lose as many points because he's been all over the map where as the Stones have just gotten consistently more sucky and embarassing as time goes on.
  1:34pm ?:

This might be glenn, thereagain it might be a kink in his armor
  1:34pm glenn:

no, i meant the band, but it's a fookin' great show.
  1:37pm glenn:

for some reason, the comments page doesn't keep my name in the "your name" pane anymore, and i forget to type it in every time.
  1:38pm ?:

@"other ?": that's questionable.

a deliberately typed-in question mark looks just the same as the system-generated question mark that fills in a name field left blank. only our programmer knows for sure.
  1:39pm glenn:

neil doesn't give a shit, is the reason for that. he makes music fro himself, whereas i guarantee that mick always always always has an eye on the bottom line.
  1:43pm Amanda:

I genuinely love it every time someone makes a Question Mark joke.
  1:44pm ?:

@glenn: are you sure that isn't your browser setting, not FMU's software? how my browser decides to default filling in the name has often changed when i have updated browser versions. i then have to go in and change the browser settings if i don't want to live with whatever it defaults to.
  1:47pm Carmichael:

Hey, I have Spizz (Energi) on a punk comp called (I think) Punk Lost & Found. A great song from that disc is Terminal Stupid by the Sniveling Shits.
  1:47pm glenn:

it could be, but i'm not sure how to correct it. i'm using safari. no jokes please, i like it.
  1:48pm cheetah:

@safari: leave me the f--- alone
  1:53pm leopard and lion:

what cheetah said
  1:56pm Snowtorious B.I.G.:

I'll drop by at some point by March. When I get around to it.
  1:57pm Daktari Supergrass:

Mick always has an eyen on the bottom.
Safari so good!
I'll kill that fuckin' lion.
  2:00pm Van in Dallas:

Not squandered - invested :)
  2:00pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, give the cricket scores!!!!!
  2:01pm ndbob:

I need to go... excellent show Amanda - will catch the rest on the archive.
  2:02pm Amanda:

Thanks ndbob! See yiz next time.
  2:04pm Brian in UK:

Harkin' back Mr Fiveash, agree 'bout Stones & NY. Did the Nineties & this century exist for the Stones. Guess not. Now you can make money touring, It's different game.
  2:04pm Skirkie:

My sister has taken to getting me handfuls of thrift store records. This year included Bob Newhart and Carly Simon.
  2:06pm Amanda:

Ha! I hope some of them play, and are not too skippy or dirt-encrusted.
  2:16pm efd:

Middling with the '70s! :)
  2:20pm Brian in UK:

Got any Idle Race when Mr Lynne knew a snappy pop song. Heresy, I hear you cry.
  2:22pm Brian in UK:

Redemption with the man from Yorkshire.
  2:23pm Brian in UK:

Now here is some good news.
  2:24pm Amanda:

Gasp! Brian, you're trying to malign the album that includes "Don't Bring Me Down"!?

Looking at Nelson's Wikipedia page just now, I see that he cites Duane Eddy as an influence. There's one common thread in this show that I never thought I'd see...
  2:29pm glenn:

i think she means you, efd.
  2:30pm ?:

oops, that was me.
  2:32pm glenn:

har har. everybody's a comedian.
  2:32pm Skirkie:

Oh, I had been meaning to ask what this bed music was.
  2:34pm Brian in UK:

glenn, did you get my budgie joke yesterday?
  2:35pm glenn:

it did suck seeds.
  2:36pm budgie:

glenn = tough room
  2:39pm Brian in UK:

That's a 'yes' then.

Hey, budgie, how's it hanging.

Amanda, talking of Ska, ever heard Desmond Dekker's 'Get Up Edina'? Kicking.
  2:39pm ?:

i'm here all week. try the meatloaf.
  2:41pm budgie:

funnily, the left always hangs lower than the right

  2:41pm efd:

glenn, wait, what did I miss? Had to step away from the computer for a few minutes - and, in fact, I'm doing so again now.
  2:42pm Amanda:

Skirkie, that last music bed was London Philharmonic orch. doing "Maybe" from Annie the musical.
  2:42pm Brian in UK:

It's the way you tell 'em, Budg.
  2:43pm budgie:

there are only three important things in comedy: delivery, delivery, delivery.
  2:43pm glenn:

budgie should do a show with pigeon.
  2:43pm Brian in UK:

My dog's got no nose
  2:44pm glenn:

except for thefact that nico can't sing, this is a lot like shirley and dolly collins.
  2:45pm budgie:

  2:45pm Brian in UK:

There is the most sublime crescent moon lying on it's back outside our window.
  2:47pm Brian in UK:

Ying Tong Ying Tong Ying Tong Ying Tong Ying Tong Skiddly I Bow
  2:47pm most sublime crescent moon:

i feel sooooooo woozy. i should never have mixed drinks. bring me a wastebasket, just in case.
  2:48pm pgw in mntclr:

my vote for "comment of the day"
  2:49pm Brian in UK:

Do you weant the wicker ones with holes?
  2:49pm Skirkie:

Huh, not what I was expecting.
  2:49pm most sublime crescent moon:

impermable, if you care for your garden
  2:50pm Brian in UK:

Yes, want & mean is a new word.
  2:52pm Doug S:

Sitting in the Carnegie Musem cafeteria. Listening on the iThing! Great show, Amanda.
  2:56pm Van in Dallas:

Thanks for the nice show Amanda.

Curious - since Doug is away from his office, are you able to see what's coming up on the stream?
  2:57pm Brian in UK:

See you in the Noo Yur. Good night most sublime crescent moon.
  2:58pm Amanda:

Happy museumgoing, Doug!

You know, I am actually able to see what tracks are next, but it's too much work to pull up that screen right now. :-)

Happy 2012, all listeners and listenerettes! Thanks again and see you next week.
  2:58pm Amanda:

Special acknowledgement to moons and budgies.
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