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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 April 11, 2012: Pretty Good
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
The Rumour  I Wanna Make Her Love Me   Options Max  Phonogram  1977  LP     
Ian Dury and the Blockheads  Mischief   Options Do It Yourself  Stiff  1979  LP     
Flash and the Pan  Restless   Options Lights in the Night  Epic  1980  LP    0:06:40 (Pop‑up)
Bee Gees  Bad Bad Dreams   Options To Whom It May Concern  Atco  1972  LP    0:10:45 (Pop‑up)
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion  Ditch   Options Orange  Matador  1994  CD    0:14:00 (Pop‑up)
Railroad Jerk  Bang the Drum   Options   Matador  1995  7"    0:16:34 (Pop‑up)
The Electric Company  N-apostrophe-T   Options           0:19:30 (Pop‑up)
Ringo Starr  Photograph   Options Ringo  Apple  1973  LP    0:21:42 (Pop‑up)
Red Red Meat  Stained and Lit   Options The 1994 SUBURBAN Sampler  Sub Pop  1994  CD  from Sub Pop & Urban Outfitters  0:35:24 (Pop‑up)
Pitchblende  Sum   Options   Land Speed  1992  7"    0:40:16 (Pop‑up)
Polaris  Monkey Puzzle   Options split with Baby Harp Seal  Kwijibo corp/One Brave Face Too Many  1994  7"    0:43:56 (Pop‑up)
Tiltwheel  Snap   Options   Liquid Meat  1994  7"    0:49:46 (Pop‑up)
Thirsty  Linus & Me   Options Getting Along Together (EP)  Pogo/Liquid Meat  1994  7"    0:54:17 (Pop‑up)
Black Tie Bombers  I Don't Wanna Work   Options God Save The Queers  Asian Man  2007  CD    0:55:50 (Pop‑up)
The Queers  I Don't Want You Hanging Around   Options Pleasant Screams  Lookout!  2002  CD    0:57:53 (Pop‑up)
The Broken West  Auctioneer   Options Now or Heaven  Merge  2008  CD    1:10:34 (Pop‑up)
Midlake  Young Bride   Options The Trials of Van Occupanther  Bella Union  2006  CD    1:13:50 (Pop‑up)
These United States  Pleasure and Pain and Pride and Me   Options Crimes  United Interests  2008  CD    1:18:37 (Pop‑up)
The Figgs  Metal Detector   Options Slow Charm  Earsmile  2002  CD    1:21:33 (Pop‑up)
They Might Be Giants  Metal Detector   Options Factory Showroom  Elektra  1996  CD    1:24:04 (Pop‑up)
Spoon  Metal Detektor   Options A Series of Sneaks  Elektra  1998  CD    1:27:40 (Pop‑up)
The Hoosier Hot Shots  Let's Not and Say We Did   Options     1941      1:31:09 (Pop‑up)
The Gosdin Brothers  There Must Be a Someone (I Can Turn To)   Options           1:42:35 (Pop‑up)
Dave Edmunds  Dance, Dance, Dance   Options Rockpile  EMI  1971  LP    1:45:41 (Pop‑up)
John Prine  Pretty Good   Options s/t  Atlantic  1971  LP    1:47:48 (Pop‑up)
BJ Thomas  A Song For My Brother   Options Billy Joe  Scepter  1972  LP    1:51:23 (Pop‑up)
The Everly Brothers  Sigh, Cry, Almost Die   Options A Date With the Everly Brothers  WB  1960  LP    1:55:18 (Pop‑up)
Jeannie C. Riley  The Cotton Patch   Options Harper Valley PTA  Plantation  1968  LP    1:57:33 (Pop‑up)
The Tokens  Portrait of My Love   Options   WB  1967  7"    2:01:15 (Pop‑up)
ELO  Mister Kingdom   Options           2:03:21 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Been Smoking Too Long   Options Time of No Reply  Hannibal  1967/8  CD    2:08:25 (Pop‑up)
The Records  Hearts in Her Eyes (live)   Options Play Live! Evanston, IL 1980          2:10:39 (Pop‑up)
The Laughing Gravy  Vegetables   Options Pet Projects: the Brian Wilson Productions (V/A)  Ace  orig 1967  CD    2:21:30 (Pop‑up)
The Beach Boys  Gettin' Hungry   Options Smiley Smile  Capitol / EMI  1967  LP    2:24:13 (Pop‑up)
Van Dyke Parks  intro + Vine Street + Palm Desert   Options Song Cycle  WB  1967  LP    2:27:42 (Pop‑up)
? and the Mysterians  Set Aside   Options 96 Tears  Cameo Parkway  1963  LP    2:32:49 (Pop‑up)
Peter Laughner  Venus De Milo   Options     197?      2:35:48 (Pop‑up)
Marino Perez  O La Pago Yo O La Paga Ella   Options Bachata Roja: Acoustic Bachata From the Cabaret Era  Aso!    CD    2:39:48 (Pop‑up)
Billy Stewart  Sitting in the Park   Options   Chess  1965  7"    2:43:53 (Pop‑up)
Chuck Berry  You Two   Options   Chess  1964  7"    2:47:17 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Rogers  It's Such a Good Feeling   Options           2:56:55 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:59am john:

  11:59am Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Amanda!
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday all and howdy amanda!
  12:02pm Brian in UK:

If you click on the link on this page, there is invalid url

PS Hello
  12:03pm Brian in UK:

You can ofcourse link from the home page.
  12:04pm G:

The "Listen here!" link is misdirected at the moment, and calls up an error page. This is the actual listen link:

  12:04pm Dan in Seattle:

I think the link needs the http:// thingy.
  12:05pm G:

No, somehow the link it goes to is the playlist address plus the listen live link address, which is not a valid page for anything...
  12:06pm Brian in UK:

PUB ROCK rules.

What are the pub rock rules?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm Amanda:

Hey all! The link has been fixed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm Doug S.:

I wormed my way in and massaged it. Made the playlist live, too, Amnazz! (OK, I'll butt out now.)
  12:07pm Brian in UK:

Chas Jankel made this all sound so good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm Amanda:

I'm sorry I done it!!!
  12:09pm kat330:

Hi, Amanda and kind listeners! Nice lunch-making sounds coming from my magic box.
  12:10pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello Amanda and all the listeners.
  12:10pm kat330:

Or better put, sounds to make lunch to. )
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Amanda:

Pub rock has lots of rules, but I don't want to try to recite them lest I get beaten up.

Hi kat330, Richard, G, john, Brian, Dan, Alf, and Doug! Let's make this the happiest lunchtime yet.
  12:17pm Doug S.:

When you have a moment, email the info on which digital audio box you have. I'd like a closer look!
  12:17pm kat330:

I'm there! Party on G.A.R. -- um, missing a T. and an H. here.
  12:18pm Brian in UK:

Do not stand in one place for more than ten minutes or you will stick to the carpet.
No sandals.
  12:20pm Dan B:

Hey Nazario!
  12:21pm Brian in UK:

Nick Lowe on Michael Shelley the next two Sats. The Mephestopheles of Cool. (no spell check!!)
  12:22pm kat330:

Sent, Doug.
  12:23pm kat330:

Yes, Brian -- Lowe and behold, wheeee!
  12:23pm listener james from westwood:

that was one massive childhood flashback there. old electric company eps had some quality songwriting.
  12:24pm G:

What's the over-under that the touted Beatle Babies Unsuper Group would include this little number in their tour setlist?
  12:24pm kat330:

Oh, wait, I have on sandals. [whooosh-whooosh!] All clear for carpet dancing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm Amanda:

Hi Dan B! Hi LJfW!

Beatle Babies + Muppet Babies = ideal bill?
  12:29pm Brian in UK:

kat330 sandals in the privacy of your own home - cool. With socks, well say no more.
  12:29pm kat330:

@Brian: It may seem a bit weird to do so w/Michael, but I'd be delighted if Nick played his sweet ditty "Shelley, My Love." I would sing it to my cat of the same name. It's really sweet.
  12:29pm efd:

+1 on everything you just said about "Photograph." And he's a good drummer, too!
  12:30pm listener james from westwood:

i had a feeling that was one of tom's electric company tunes! shoulda posted my hunch.
"don't add w! don't add x! and don't add y or z! just add a silent e!"
  12:30pm listener james from westwood:

another fun electric co fact: the voices of letterman and the spellbinder were gene wilder and zero mostel.
  12:31pm Brian in UK:

kat My wife used to have a cat with the same name.
  12:32pm kat330:

@Brian: Ha! Sartre's No Exit: all connected by spiderwebs of string theory and butterfly effects.
  12:33pm kat330:

@Amanda: Goes for me, too. We recently rented and finished Madmen season 4.
  12:35pm Brian in UK:

First Flash album is top notch.

Chappaquiddick Suite by Joe Pernice on Sub Pop is worth a listen.
  12:37pm Gene:

Made it back from the dentist in time for Amanda's show! Next time I'll ask them to pipe WFMU through my chair.
  12:37pm Brian in UK:

Make that Chappaquiddick Skyline. Oh the memory.
  12:38pm pgw in mntclr:

ornette on the brain... it happens.
  12:41pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  12:41pm listener james from westwood:

good afternoon ndbob and all recent arrivals!
  12:42pm listener james from westwood:

gene, i'd definitely elect to have fmu on the earbuds if i were ever offered the chance to listen to music during any sort of long procedure.
  12:43pm pgw in mntclr:

yay for Pitchblende
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm Amanda:

Yay, Gene! Hope you didn't have any cavities or abcesses. Hi pgw and ndbob! pgw, glad you like Pitchblende too. :-)
  12:46pm kat330:

Another spiderweb, Gene, I arrived home just in time to this show last Wednesday, also from a dental appt. Amanda, I can report I had no cavities. In fact I've never had one (Indiana fluoride childhood)!
  12:47pm Chris P.:

Hey Amanda! Once again stoked to listen!

Is this the same Polaris that did the Pete & Pete theme?
  12:47pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, this is a family show, let's leave Gene's cavities alone. No mention of root canal work.
  12:49pm kat330:

Hey, GTDR stream is being broken into and interrupted w/some rockabilly on occasion. Doug??
  12:49pm Brian in UK:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:50pm Amanda:

Chris P. -- yes, the same!
  12:50pm Brian in UK:

Dipping in & out.
  12:51pm kat330:

Weird, very weird. And then the stream returned but extremely faint.
  12:52pm listener james from westwood:

new fcc reg: mandatory rockabilly content each shift.
  12:52pm Chris P.:

I hate to sound like an old bastard, but the 90's shows on Nick (like Pete & Pete) were quite immortal.
  12:53pm kat330:

Heh! Twang on the ten's?
  12:53pm Gene:

Cavity free in '09 plus 3.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm Amanda:

My levels are pretty good right now -- let me know if you guys continue to have problems. I can't do anything, but I can try to alert those who can!
  12:54pm kat330:

It sounds louder now, for sure, but it is usually louder than FMU's stream.
  12:54pm Brian in UK:

The only problem I've got right now Amanda is that it is just about beer o'clock.
  12:55pm ndbob:

I was having the same problem as Kat, but it's better now.
  12:55pm kat330:

@Brian: That's a problem? Should we all have such ales, er, ails!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm Amanda:

I have the same problem as Brian pretty much all the time
  12:59pm Brian in UK:

Old Speckled Hen it is then. Hands up who wants one?
  12:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello Amanda!
Ducked out for lunch but listened to the beginning! What was that tune played on steel drums?
  1:01pm kat330:

@Brian: !_! (a headless hands up)
  1:08pm Chris P.:

A big, dumb, balding North American ape with no chin and a short temper :)
  1:09pm Chris P.:

  1:11pm efd:

your hunch is correct, and thanks for the plug! Although it looks like a portion of the Richie Teeter tribute will be spilling over into next week's show as well.
  1:13pm Chris P.:

I'm very much looking forward to efd's tribute show. In related news, I went to Manitoba's last night to pay my respects to Handsome Dick, but he wasn't there. I did have quite the fun night there however.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18pm Amanda:

Matt from Springfield -- that was a version of "Sweet Caroline" done by the Esso Steel Band.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19pm Amanda:

You're welcome, efd! Well, looks like we will have to listen to BOTH shows, then. ("aw shucks" gesture with arm)
  1:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: Thanks, something was super familiar about that!
  1:21pm Doug S.:

Remember when Handsome Dick was a celebrity bartender at the first FMU record fair at the Hoboken Elk's Lodge?! We screwed up the parquet floor inside the bar area so badly that the station poured much of its earnings from the fair into fixing the floor. Oh well.
  1:25pm Matt from Springfield:

How did the parquet floor get so messed up?! Scuffing from moving record bins, or Dick spilling stuff on it?
  1:25pm kat330:

@Doug: screwed up from wild dancing or spilled substances?
  1:25pm kat330:

@Matt: Pinky hook!
  1:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: What's that, like a "jinx" when two people say the same thing at once? :)
  1:27pm Chris P.:

I was JUST about to say that this lead singer sounds ALOT like John Linnell, totally oblivious to the fact that you started playing a separate song.
  1:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Great set of "Metal Detector"s BTW! I keep trying to think of rhymes in my head...difficult to do (even "selector" doesn't roll off the tongue)
  1:28pm kat330:

@Matt: Ayep. We always did it as kids and never sure if it was a regional dingus. But Caryn (purportedly in Finland) was familiar with the little finger hook-up when same words/thoughts come out simultaneously.
  1:29pm kat330:

Triplets, wow!
  1:31pm Richard from Venezuela:

Terrific set so far.
  1:33pm Doug S.:

Screwed up from non-rubber-sole scuff marks (if I remember correctly). Of course, the Elks never warned us about footwear and knew we were using the bar area. Some speculated that we got set up so they'd get a new floor out of the deal...
  1:33pm kat330:

Ah, home.
  1:34pm Van in DC:

Hi Amanda & folks. Hope everyone's week is going well!
  1:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: All those old guys in the club, that wouldn't surprise me if that was the case!
  1:35pm kat330:

Should have made it a mandatory sock hop. :) My sandalwear at home is a semi-concession to JT's Finnish custom of no shoes inside. I reserve these sandals for indoors.
  1:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello there Van!
  1:35pm Richard from Venezuela:

Amanda, venezuelan singer songwriter Ulises Hadjis release a new musical work. Maybe you like it: http://goo.gl/Z6EKi
  1:36pm Van in DC:

Hiya Matt!
  1:36pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Moccasins! Better yet, slippers without backs--keeps you just as warm, and you can just step in, no mushy backs!

I have indoor slippers I make frequent use of, and use my old moccasins for light outdoor use.
  1:38pm Doug S.:

Greetings Van!
  1:39pm kat330:

@Matt: Well, these are same-as mules. Okibashi's (no hideous thong or flip-flop action). They go in-shower and dry fast outside. I love 'em (and no, the company didn't pay for a plug).
  1:41pm Van in DC:

Hi there Doug!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:44pm Amanda:

Hi Van! A good thing it is, to see you.

Thanks for the link, Richard -- I will check it owt.
  1:45pm Brian in UK:

did Clarence White sing this song on a Byrds album? Oh Clarence.
  1:51pm kat330:

Prine's from Chicago, yes?
  1:52pm ndbob:

Yep Kat
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:53pm Amanda:

And Brian is correct too :-)
  1:54pm BSI:

Be this where the party is be is?
  1:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, nice and balladlike for BJ Thomas--glad to know there's much more to him than his pop hits.
  1:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Thy party be hither, BSI.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm Amanda:

BSI, you have found the party! Help yourself to a red cup and write your name on it.
  1:57pm Brian in UK:

Sabre Dance by Love Sculpture? (Dave Edmunds) Followed by Flight of the Bumble Bee' on the euphonium.

BSI Can I get you a beer? Warm & English.
  1:57pm kat330:

@BSI: Be Sure Is!
  1:58pm kat330:

Now the Everly Bros. are from Kentucky, good ol' southern boys for sure.
  1:59pm Brian in UK:

Got me some lovely laver bread waiting in the 'fridge.
  2:00pm G:

Did someone jump off the Tallahatchie Bridge?
  2:00pm kat330:

Wonder if Ranger put any Kate Campbell in the mix, or stuck w/ oldies.
  2:01pm kat330:

@G: After the Harper Valley PTA meeting no doubt.
  2:01pm ndbob:

good Jeanie C. song here
  2:01pm Van in DC:

These last couple or three songs are making me homesick. West Texas reference and now Big D.
  2:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Great Jeannie C. Riley--another message song from her. And it was this show last week I heard Teresa Brewer and thought she was Jeannie!
  2:04pm kat330:

@Van: Hey, right -- you're the moving Van!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Amanda:

@kat -- she included plenty of newer stuff too. And not just country music, either; lots of soul tunes too. She is the best!
  2:05pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda! I need to go... I'll catch the rest later.
  2:06pm G:

Jeff Lynne apparently liked "Across the Universe". :-)
  2:06pm kat330:

Have we left the south? [just as I was typing that I lost the stream, too]
@Amanda: Indeed she is.
  2:09pm BSI:

@Brian 1:57... perfect, thanks. The local bitter will do nicely.
  2:09pm Brian in UK:

Jeff Lynne the eighth Beatle after Pete Best, George Martin, Yoko.
  2:11pm Brian in UK:

I'll just go down the cellar.

I think we know what Mr Drake was smoking.
  2:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Great riff!
  2:13pm kat330:

Evanston! I resided there a couple of years. Nice, sane place.
  2:14pm Brian in UK:

Great POP is timeless. Is this Bram Tch.....?
  2:15pm efd:

Evanston is one of my favorite places (that I've never been to).

Amanda, are you hyperventilating over this Records song? I know the Searchers version is one of your favorites.
  2:18pm kat330:

@efd: I can now say FMU-town (Jersey City?) is one of my fave places that I've yet to visit.
  2:20pm G:

@kat: JC, one of several local places not infrequently referred to as "the sixth boro of NYC"...
  2:22pm kat330:

@G: Now, I've been to Newark. Oh, yeah, to Newark, a freezing blizzard, waiting on a bus that never came to get to the airport w/a cat in a carrier, freezing and.... not the best visit to NJ. ;}
  2:22pm Van in DC:

Ha. I had Indian food - lamb curry for lunch :)
  2:23pm Brian in UK:

Holy mackeral too, gotta cook some dinner. Top job as ever, Amanda. Byeeee.

Ask any vegetable.
  2:23pm kat330:

Ha, I love the idea of the gravy laughing at the veggies!
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Vege-Tables cover, interesting.
  2:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I did have lamb (and ham!) at Easter--lamb is underappreciated in the US, but I LOVE it!

And @Van, I'm making lamb rogan josh tonight with leftover lamb! :)
  2:26pm Van in DC:

If in DC area, and love space-y things, the shuttle Discovery (on a 747) will be buzzing the area & local landmarks on 4/17 10am-11am or so, on its way to Dulles for permanent display :)
  2:27pm kat330:

@lamb-lovers: There are so very few foods I won't eat, but lamb is one of them -- and coconut, and cilantro.
  2:28pm Van in DC:

That sounds so good Matt! And I so rarely eat lamb myself. Probably been 2 years before today
  2:29pm kat330:

@Van: I love space-y things! On our way driving to New Orleans a few years ago, we stopped in Huntsville at the fine museum there. AND, we are planning a trip to Cocoa Beach in a couple of months. I doubt a launch will coincide, but I can wish upon a star. :)
  2:30pm Doug S.:

I have to run out to the post office to mail off my marathon premium master discs to Liz Berg at the station. As the kids say: w00t!
  2:30pm Van in DC:

@kat - I like coconut out of the shell but pretty much in no other form. And I see what you did there lol (wish upon a star...space-y things...ha)
  2:31pm Van in DC:

@Doug - safe travels! We wait eagerly for your premium!
  2:33pm Van in DC:

Ah, found the story on that Discovery buzzing:

  2:34pm Matt from Springfield:

I learned about how Van Dyke Parks was Brian's lyricist for the Smile project, but was unaware until now that he released an album at the time, in '67.
  2:36pm kat330:

Oh, that will be awesome, Van!
  2:37pm Van in DC:

Ya! I saw the prototype Enterprise fly in on a 747 to Scott AFB when I was stationed there...in 84 I think it was, for an air show. We got to go aboard her, that was awesome :)
  2:38pm kat330:

Ha, your song, A.!
  2:39pm kat330:

Wishing upon the beautiful moon these past few nights that you have great weather on the 17th!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42pm Amanda:

1000 thanx to WFMU's Jesse of the Frow Show for sharing Peter Laughner's gorgeous version of "Venus"!
  2:44pm kat330:

Smiling and dancing to this happy piece.
  2:50pm Matt from Springfield:

No idea that Billy Stewart song was from '65, pretty "progressive" soul for that year, I would have thought much later 60s.
  2:53pm Van in DC:

Actually I've waited until the last minute to do my tax return. This weekend. Will be no picnic. ta-dum!
  2:55pm kat330:

Nice to have the Discovery buzzing by on IRS deadline day. Kinda takes the sting away for you DC-ites anyway.
  2:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey last week was the 1st anniversary of Amanda's show on WFMU! (Fill in for Therese, Apr 4 2011). Mar 29 was the anniversary of her first set on the Air, on Julie's show. And Apr 20 will be the anniversary of Amanda's regular show!

It's been a wonderful year!
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

And thank you for this *particular* quality program Amanda!
  2:57pm kat330:

Thanks for today's show, Amanda, and comments sharers, too!
  2:58pm Chris P.:

Oh, Mr Rogers...:)
  2:58pm Van in DC:

Nice catch there Matt! Yay for Amanda's anniversary! And thanks for the show Amanda, the fine show from this fine day.
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

See you all on other playlists!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Amanda:

Aww, thanks Matt -- you guys knew me way back when...!

Talk to you all next week! Now go and play outside! (just listen to GTDR by turning up the computer speakers and pointing them out the window.)
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