Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from March 28, 2012 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 March 28, 2012: Sunshine
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers  When the Time Comes   Options You're Gonna Get It!  WB  orig 1978  CD  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Uncle Tupelo  Gun   Options Still Feel Gone  Sony  1991  CD  0:03:05 (Pop‑up)
The Archies  Sunshine   Options Sunshine  Kirshner  1970  LP  0:06:09 (Pop‑up)
The Mr. T Experience  Pleasant Valley Sunday   Options Everybody's Entitled to Their Own Opinion  Lookout!  1995  CD  0:09:24 (Pop‑up)
Juliana Hatfield  Spin the Bottle   Options Gold Stars: 1992-2002  Zoe  orig 1993  CD  0:11:09 (Pop‑up)
The Mountain Goats  Grendel's Mother   Options Zopilote Machine  3 Beads of Sweat  1994  CD  0:13:24 (Pop‑up)
Mary Lou Lord  His Indie World   Options s/t  Kill Rock Stars  1995  CD  0:15:57 (Pop‑up)
 
Billy Bragg  The Milkman of Human Kindness   Options         0:24:32 (Pop‑up)
The Stone Roses  Elephant Stone   Options Turns Into Stone (comp)  Silvertone  orig 1988  CD  0:27:44 (Pop‑up)
The Mice  Down in the Catacombs   Options For Almost Ever Scooter (reissue)  Scat  orig 1980s  CD  0:31:53 (Pop‑up)
Holy Rollers  Sunshine   Options Vehicle (comp EP)  Shute  199?  7"  0:37:07 (Pop‑up)
The Cardigans  Step on Me   Options First Band on the Moon  Mercury  1996  CD  0:42:29 (Pop‑up)
Joe Pernice  Pipe Bomb   Options Big Tobacco  Ashmont  2001  CD  0:46:15 (Pop‑up)
Jon Brion  Magnolia   Options Magnolia (sndtrk)  Reprise/WEA  1999  CD  0:50:07 (Pop‑up)
Manfred Mann's Earth Band  Blinded by the Light   Options     1976    0:53:03 (Pop‑up)
 
Nervous Eaters  Just Head   Options   Penniman  orig 1979  7"  1:05:55 (Pop‑up)
The Who  Call Me Lightning   Options     1968    1:07:50 (Pop‑up)
Paul Revere & the Raiders  Hard and Heavy 5 String Soul Band   Options Hard 'N' Heavy (with Marshmallow)  Columbia/CBS  1968  LP  1:10:31 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe  Heart of the City   Options Hits Greatest Stiffs (V/A)  Stiff  1977  LP  1:13:34 (Pop‑up)
Rockpile  Teacher Teacher   Options Seconds of Pleasure  F-Beat  1980  LP  1:15:38 (Pop‑up)
Split Enz  Hard Act To Follow   Options Waiata  Mushroom/A&M  1981  LP  1:18:29 (Pop‑up)
The Wrens  Surprise, Honeycomb   Options Secaucus  Grass  1996  CD  1:21:23 (Pop‑up)
Thin Lizzy  Do Anything You Want To   Options Black Rose  WB  1979  LP  1:25:14 (Pop‑up)
 
Matthew Sweet  Sick of Myself   Options 100% Fun  Zoo  1995  CD  1:37:11 (Pop‑up)
13th Floor Elevators  Fire Engine (take 8)   Options         1:40:33 (Pop‑up)
Jesse Hector  Message to the World   Options Gorilla Garage: The Jesse Hector Story  Rpm  comp 2005  CD  1:44:04 (Pop‑up)
Bachman-Turner Overdrive  Sledgehammer   Options Not Fragile  Mercury  1974  LP  1:47:50 (Pop‑up)
Cheap Trick  Takin' Me Back   Options Heaven Tonight  Epic  1978  LP  1:52:56 (Pop‑up)
Joan Jett  Jezebel   Options Bad Reputation  Boardwalk  1981  LP  1:56:58 (Pop‑up)
Neko Case & Her Boyfriends  Thrice All American   Options Furnace Room Lullaby  Mint/Bloodshot  2000  CD  2:00:22 (Pop‑up)
 
Kitty Wells  Release Me   Options     1954    2:12:11 (Pop‑up)
Marie et les Garcons  Re-Bop   Options Clap Off! Liz Berg's 2010 Marathon Premium (V/A)        2:14:49 (Pop‑up)
Rhett Miller  This is What I Do   Options The Instigator    2002  CD  2:18:15 (Pop‑up)
Revolting Cocks  Attack Ships...   Options No Devotion single  Wax Trax  1985  12"  2:21:39 (Pop‑up)
The O'Jays  Forever Mine   Options Best of the O'Jays 1976-1991  The Right Stuff    CD  2:25:30 (Pop‑up)
Samantha Fox  Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)   Options     1987  CD  2:28:34 (Pop‑up)
Soul Asylum  Can't Even Tell   Options     1994    2:32:07 (Pop‑up)
 
Tom Waits  Ruby's Arms (live)   Options Big Time  Island  1988  CD  2:51:34 (Pop‑up)
Flat Duo Jets  Apple Blossom Time   Options Go Go Harlem Baby  Sky  1992  CD  2:55:28 (Pop‑up)
Aileen Quinn et al  Tomorrow   Options Annie (sndtrk)        2:57:39 (Pop‑up)
 


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Listener comments!

  11:49am Carmichael:

OK, I'm actually here in the cyber-flesh. Good morning Amanda and undetermined future participants.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51am Amanda:

And good -- nay, GREAT morning to you, real live Listener Carmichael!
  12:00pm efd:

I am getting my greeting in early this week in case I get busy/sidetracked later.

Greetings!
  12:00pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday everyone and hello, amanda!
  12:03pm glenn:

is cyber flesh in the new crayola box?
  12:03pm Carmichael:

This was just before he hit gold with Damn the Torpedoes. He was just another guy flom Florida.
  12:03pm G:

Tom Petty before he was classic "classic rock"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm Amanda:

Hey lJfW, efd, glenn, and G! Thanks for satisfying my hankering for cyber flesh.
  12:08pm glenn:

i think his band before the heartbreakers was called mud crutch.
  12:09pm Carmichael:

Hey, I have this album. Bought it when it came out. I also have the 45 of Sugar Sugar from the back of the box of Super Sugar Crisps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10pm Amanda:

Whoa, Carmichael, that is (forgive me) sweet!
  12:15pm Carmichael:

Even back then, I hoarded vinyl. I still have my red Chipmunks album, as well as the Hanna Barbera album with Huckleberry Hound telling stories, and Pixie & Dixie chasing each other around.
  12:16pm G:

Welcome to Vinyl Hoarders Central, and thank you for testifying.
  12:20pm kat330:

What took me so long to find this playlist? Hi, Amanda, and all the usual suspects! :)
  12:20pm glenn:

i had to go to youtube to remind myself who pixie and dixie were. what the hell is with the anthropomorphisizing of mice?
  12:21pm G:

@kat330: Maybe your loading problems on the 9-12 list had you dizzy?
  12:22pm listener james from westwood:

reconnected recently with a guy who back in the late 80s had been *hugely* into cds. in his email he said he'd now switched from tower records to the princeton record exchange. i told him about the fmu record fair and said it's basically vinyl heaven. we shall see if i've won a new convert....
  12:22pm Mickey M.:

I was a huge gamechanger and money machine, glenn. It's called "copycatting"
  12:23pm kat330:

@G: yeah, that's what we'll call it, "loading problems". ;)
  12:24pm glenn:

she's fucking goofy. that's all i have to say to you, mickey.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30pm Amanda:

Esoteric jokes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30pm Amanda:

Big hello to you, kat330, and glad you finally found us. :-)
  12:31pm kat330:

@Amanda: You and me both.
  12:31pm Carmichael:

Esso Terrac joke.
  12:31pm kat330:

Thank you, kindly, Ms. Television!
  12:32pm kat330:

Now it would be Exxon Terrac.
  12:37pm Doug S.:

Hello Amanda! I am busy cleaning the castle but have you rawking it off its foundations. Go!
  12:38pm glenn:

you missed a rust spot on the suit of armour.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Amanda:

Clean away, Doug! I have to wait until tomorrow, when it's time to reshelve all these fershlugginuh records.
  12:41pm ndbob:

hello Amanda and everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm Amanda:

Ahoy ndbob!
  12:42pm glenn:

bobbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!!!
  12:45pm Carmichael:

Bob, how ah ya.
  12:45pm glenn:

i was gonna use booooooooooooooooooooooooooooob, but that might be misconstrued.
  12:47pm listener james from westwood:

howdy, ndbob!
had never heard this cardigans cut. always an education, this station.
  12:48pm ndbob:

Hello Glenn, James, Carmichael... heard that many times Glenn:)
  12:48pm Frank O'Toole:

cool toons.
  12:49pm kat330:

Tobacco theme carried forward from 9-12.
  12:49pm Danne D:

Yay Amanda :) Hi Everyone :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Amanda:

Very happy to contribute to your schooling, James. When one teaches two learn. </platitude>
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Amanda:

Thanks Frank! Hi, Danne!
  12:49pm kat330:

Hi, Danne.
  12:51pm Joe B:

Hi Amanda! wow, the Mice material is aging very well.
  12:52pm kat330:

Hi, Joe B! Did you attend the Kopp show last night?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm Amanda:

Joe, I couldn't agree more. I listen to that reissue all the time.
  12:55pm kat330:

Like the Sunshine and Light theme you have going, A. Sunny outside and in.
  12:56pm Doug S.:

Turn it up. I can't hear you over the vacuum!
  12:57pm Vacuum:

I SUCK!!!!
  12:57pm Danne D:

Hi Kat :) Also good to see FXO here :)
  12:59pm kat330:

FXO?
  1:02pm G:

FXO = Frank O'Toole, DJ
  1:03pm kat330:

Ohhh, okay. Still a learning curve for me, and lots of exxonterica passing me by.
  1:04pm G:

Danne's been here like forever. I've only been here maybe 4-5 years...
  1:07pm efd:

And Frank's been here longer than forever! :D
  1:07pm kat330:

@G: Yes, I believe Danne D. was the first commenter's name that registered to reregister with me. And that was from 7SD, the only show we listened to before December.
  1:09pm glenn:

and bob brainen. also longer than forever.
  1:10pm kat330:

I'm certainly glad we've expanded our aural vistas, not only FMU but GTDS and Ichiban. Now, I just have to figure a way to take FMU out to the garden with me. Otherwise I'll be missing a lot over the coming months.
  1:10pm kat330:

Lightning -- still a light motif. :)
  1:12pm G:

@kat: Wireless internet is the future :-P
  1:12pm kat330:

Yeah, G., what exactly and how much approx.?
  1:13pm kat330:

[no smartphones-ilk for us -- house rule]
  1:15pm glenn:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/01/26/kotter-star-dies-at-60?
  1:15pm G:

I don't think we're in the same internet market -- I'm east coast US and you're where? I have verizon wireless for my (all-online) work mainly, 59/mo. (I'm doing final grading in an online course right now, actually.) Works fine on a laptop with their USB modem, no smartphone needed.
  1:16pm kat330:

Love the Lowe!
  1:17pm Rich Z., Nutley, NJ:

Nick Lowe Two-fer Tuesday!
  1:18pm kat330:

@G: yeah, I realize the cellphone route, but we're being stubborn Luddites about that tech. Somebody mentioned a Kindle, but my old 3G is at least useless that way. Maybe I'll just get long speaker extensions and blast the neighborhood.
  1:18pm G:

You could also get a DSL type line in the wall, and run one of those long (30/50/etc foot) cords out to the garden. Envision the goal, and then work backwards to find the means -- one of my mottos. :-)
  1:18pm fxo:

oops.
  1:19pm G:

fxo is an anagram of fox
  1:19pm Danne D:

LOL Kat330 - when you deal in volume like I do your comment name becomes memorable I guess :)
  1:21pm kat330:

@G: Resourceful motto. We'll figure something out. Don't need our weird neighbors (on one side) to get any weirder.
  1:21pm G:

Keili: Beastin the Airwaves
Danne D: Swampin the Boards

Takes one to know one, right? :-P
  1:21pm Danne D:

@G - I prefer to think of Fox as an anagram of FXO
  1:22pm kat330:

Unusual name spellings also work.
  1:22pm Danne D:

well, G, it's certainly better than the few times I'd call Terre during her show (I'm talking probably once every 3 months back in the day) - though I was at least nice enough to remind her that she should cue up :)
  1:22pm fxo:

we have a winner!
  1:23pm Danne D:

This reminds me, I have a picture to send your way, FXO. Let me see if it's on this computer.
  1:24pm Italiano:

il streamo? che?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Amanda:

My fake Italian is pretty good
  1:27pm G:

The Boys are Back in Town has been recycled!
  1:27pm kat330:

Yep, near-dead ringer.
  1:28pm Danne D:

They should sue themselves :)
  1:29pm kat330:

Very few groups break the "sounding just like" syndrome. I think the Beatles were the first to do that for me (after 1966-67)
  1:29pm G:

Their lawyer would like that, Danne -- double work, and he can even work on outsmarting himself.
  1:32pm G:

@kat: The money people often heavily encourage groups to stick with what hs proven to work for them, and what their fanbase expects/wants. The Beatles were in a hyper-universe of success and therefore had more latitide, as well as a higher bar to clear if they wanted to outdo what'd aleady done.
  1:33pm kat330:

@G: Yes, and in the case of Motown groups, it was cultivated. Same songwriters, same studio musicians, etc.
  1:35pm kat330:

Ooooh, a Fiveash v. Chazaloo stream battle? At least for one hour.
  1:37pm kat330:

Amanda, who's doing this Time After Time cover?
  1:38pm kat330:

Sweeeeeeeeeet! :>
  1:39pm ndbob:

True Kat.. though Motown had some really off the wall records, particularly in the early early days.
  1:39pm kat330:

Sweet 'n' Lowe -- best sub for sugar, and honey for the ears.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm Amanda:

kat, it is a group called the Vitamin String Quartet. :-)
  1:43pm kat330:

Thanks!
  1:44pm kat330:

@ndbob: Any suggestions for me?
  1:50pm ndbob:

@kat - Motown actually recorded a number of country records on some of its subsidiaries - performers such as Howard Crockett - and quite a few gospel records early on...
  1:51pm ndbob:

http://motownjunkies.co.uk/index/ has reviews so far of all the Motown related 45's through mid-64 so far
  1:51pm ndbob:

Lots of interesting information, but he is way too critical in his reviews
  1:52pm kat330:

Super -- thanks for the info!
  1:52pm ndbob:

:)
  1:57pm kat330:

The Swinging Tigers and Snake Walk? Heh! Will have to do some listening later.
  1:58pm efd:

I really need to play more Cheap Trick. Great show so far, Amanda!
  2:01pm ndbob:

Yep Kat.. that's a really collectible record.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm Amanda:

Evan -- yes, you do! And thanks. ;-)
  2:01pm Danne D:

Btw, congrats on already winning the fantasy league, EFD.
  2:03pm kat330:

Tacoma is Amocat backwards. (I know the SysOp of the ol' Amocat BBS out there)
  2:08pm Danne D:

oh no no no no no no no no not me, Amanda.
  2:08pm ndbob:

I loved Freaks and Geeks
  2:11pm kat330:

Never caught that show, but Actor's Theatre across the bridge in Louisville is mounting a play based on that Sweet album. Guess the director already premiered it somewhere else.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm Amanda:

Holy mackerel, Kat! My cultural knowledge is admittedly narrow in scope, but I'm scared to say I didn't know anything about there being such a play. I'd go see it.
  2:16pm Mr Jinx:

I'm watching you P & D.
  2:16pm ndbob:

I need to go... excellent show Amanda!
  2:20pm Brian en Angleterre:

Hello Amanda. Is thrice a lovely word? Pales besides Wibble but hey.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:21pm Amanda:

Bye ndbob, see you next time! Mr. Jinx -- I am not P or D-ing, so this has confused me...

Hey Brian! Yes, I love thrice too. Wibble, not so much, but it's probably an American thing.
  2:21pm kat330:

@Amanda: Ooooops, big gaffe there, my bad. The play is based on Girlfriend NOT 100% Fun (which it isn't making such a dumb mistake ;).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:23pm Amanda:

Haha, well I didn't know about that either!
  2:23pm Brian en Angleterre:

That's so true Amanda.

I am old enough to remember, perchance it is Pixie and Dixie. Cat chases meese.
  2:26pm kat330:

It was written up in the paper over the weekend for a production either late fall or early 2013 I believe. What I thought was extraordinary is it's described as a play with two HS guys only. Even a play entitled "Girlfriend" can't have any female roles, go figure! :)
  2:26pm Brian en Angleterre:

I used to have those badges out of the cereal packets, even the naked swami, Yogi Bear!!!
  2:32pm Brian en Angleterre:

Playlist looks fab, have to catch the archie(ive).

You're really hitting that stride.
  2:33pm Danne D:

Oooh Clerks theme :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36pm Amanda:

Aw shucks, Brian! That is very kind.
  2:38pm listener james from westwood:

was by sheer coincidence thinking about sam fox earlier today. i recalled her performing "touch me" on new year's eve during one of the channels' NYE shows. my parents duly changed the channel on me. no fun.
  2:40pm Danne D:

Funny thing about Clerks of course was that it really had almost no distribution in NJ when it was released. (Underscoring - of course Amanda wasn't in NJ when she saw it). Heard somewhere that it was routinely the most stolen video in NJ video stores as well.
  2:45pm listener james from westwood:

it was years before i (a nj resident) finally saw that film. never saw notice of it as a first-release movie. quite possibly didn't see it until the same year as jay & silent bob strike back, if you can believe.
  2:45pm kat330:

Mail carriette?
  2:46pm WHFR:

I love what you've done with yourself, Amanda!
  2:48pm Danne D:

For the hardcore - Nazario Scenario fans check this out:
http://www.whfr.org/programs/nazario-scenario/
  2:48pm Shuffle Gods:

We taketh away sometimes, but often we giveth greatly to thou.
  2:49pm Danne D:

Specifically here is the first Nazario Scenario :)
http://www.whfr.org/shows/nazario-scenario-2008-02-20-0700PM
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm Amanda:

Yikes!
  2:55pm Danne D:

C'mon Amanda :) Those early shows of yours are treasures.
  2:56pm Danne D:

They show 1) how much you've grown as a DJ and 2) how such a huge portion of the charm that your current show contains has always been there even from the beginning :)
  2:58pm Doug S.:

Oooh, I love this. Sounds like a cross between Rufus Wainwright and Johnnie Ray.
  2:58pm kat330:

@Amanda: Thanks for the journey, music and stories!
  2:58pm Danne D:

Have a Happy Wednesday everyone :)
Thanks for your usual greatness Amanda :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Amanda:

@Danne -- It was a blast, and I still do a show with them every quarter. Always love the activity going on in the kitchen, audible in mic breaks, and other weird chatter. As wet behind the ears as I was then, I still love WHFR!

@Doug -- yeah, love Flat Duo Jets too! And that one always gets me.

@kat, the pleasure was all mine -- and here's a final sun song for ya.

Bye everyone!
  3:00pm listener james from westwood:

yes indeed! thanks, amanda. see y'all soon!
  3:01pm jaminta80:

This show is great
  2:10pm Lizardner Dave:

Archiving as always...holy crap what a great opening set!
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