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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 Approx. start time
The Pontiac Brothers  Ain't What I Call Home   Options Diamonds at a Discount: a compilation of Frontier recording artists (V/A)  Frontier  1988  LP    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Young Fresh Fellows  Aurora Bridge   Options Refreshments EP  Frontier  1987  12"    0:03:52 (Pop‑up)
Alejandro Escovedo  Crooked Frame   Options With These Hands  Rykodisc  1996  CD    0:07:00 (Pop‑up)
Cotton Mather  Payday   Options   Biffco  1993  7"    0:10:51 (Pop‑up)
The Profits  What I Want   Options   Radar  1978  7"    0:15:12 (Pop‑up)
Joan Armatrading  All the Way From America   Options Me Myself I  A&M  1980  LP    0:18:15 (Pop‑up)
Meat Puppets  Everybody's Talking   Options s/t reissue  SST  1982/1999  CD    0:22:59 (Pop‑up)
Waylon Jennings  Amanda   Options The Ramblin' Man  RCA  1974  LP    0:25:34 (Pop‑up)
Eleven Twenty-Nine  Eyes of Jewels, Mirrored Bodies   Options s/t  Northern Spy  2011  CD    0:37:50 (Pop‑up)
Strapping Fieldhands  Theme from "Free-Range Larry" (and others)   Options The Caul  The Now Sound  1994  10"    0:46:20 (Pop‑up)
Wendy Carlos  Title Music from A Clockwork Orange   Options     orig 1971      0:51:53 (Pop‑up)
Martika  Love... Thy Will Be Done   Options Martika's Kitchen  Columbia  1991  CD    0:54:11 (Pop‑up)
The Damned  Nasty   Options Young Ones episode 9 (from YouTube)    1984      0:58:29 (Pop‑up)
Alexei Sayle  'Ullo John! Got a New Motor? (dirty version)   Options           1:01:32 (Pop‑up)
Los Straitjackets  Teen Beast   Options The Further Adventures of Los Straitjackets  Yep Roc  2009  CD    1:05:41 (Pop‑up)
Iron Cross  Little Bit of Soul   Options Do the 45: Songs from the Single File: Joe McGasko's 2010 WFMU Marathon Premium (V/A)          1:09:24 (Pop‑up)
Liz Phair  White Chocolate Space Egg   Options Whitechocolatespaceegg  Matador  1998  CD    1:12:06 (Pop‑up)
Rainer Maria  Broken Radio   Options Look Now Look Again  Polyvinyl  1999  CD    1:28:44 (Pop‑up)
Coal Palace Kings  You Will Be Happy   Options Everyone's Got Drinking Stories  KranePool  1999  CD    1:31:48 (Pop‑up)
Michael Penn  No Myth   Options March  RCA  1989  CD    1:35:13 (Pop‑up)
Nothing Painted Blue  Weak   Options Placeholders  Scat  1994  CD    1:39:16 (Pop‑up)
The Briefs  Getting Hit On at the Bank   Options Steal Yer Heart  Better Youth Organization  2005  CD    1:42:47 (Pop‑up)
Ash Can Cats  If I Can't Dance   Options   Zeb Meat Publishing  1981  7"    1:45:23 (Pop‑up)
The Bouncing Souls  Holiday Cocktail Lounge   Options s/t  Epitaph  1997  CD    1:48:52 (Pop‑up)
Royal Headache  Never Again   Options s/t  RIP Society  2011  LP    1:50:49 (Pop‑up)
Poison  Something to Believe In   Options Flesh & Blood  Capitol  1990  CD    2:03:59 (Pop‑up)
Hüsker Dü  Makes No Sense at All   Options Eight Miles High (Double Single)  SST  1990  CD    2:08:10 (Pop‑up)
Wire  I Am The Fly   Options Chairs Missing  Harvest  orig 1978  CD    2:10:46 (Pop‑up)
The Palmes  The Nazz Are Blue   Options Pebbles Vol. 20: Sweden (V/A)  Archive Int'l/ Aip  ca 1967  LP    2:13:53 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Shelter from the Storm   Options         sung along to  2:17:14 (Pop‑up)
Townes Van Zandt  For the Sake of the Song   Options Live At The Old Quarter Houston, Texas  Tomato/Rhino  rec 1973  CD    2:22:05 (Pop‑up)
Clem Snide  I'll Be Your Mirror   Options Beautiful  Spin Art  2003  CD    2:26:45 (Pop‑up)
Tori Amos  American Pie (live)   Options Berlin '96      CD    2:30:06 (Pop‑up)
Uncle Tupelo  No Depression   Options           2:32:10 (Pop‑up)
Diana Ross and the Supremes  Reflections   Options     1967      2:41:08 (Pop‑up)
Jr. Walker and the All-Stars  What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)   Options     1969      2:43:48 (Pop‑up)
The Stylistics  Hey Girl, Come And Get It   Options   Avco  1974  7"    2:46:34 (Pop‑up)
Strong Bad  alright42nite   Options           2:49:57 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  Apeman (European single version)   Options Mono Kollectables: vol. 2    orig 1970      2:51:25 (Pop‑up)
The Pretenders  Angel of the Morning   Options Pirate Radio (box set)  Rhino  2006  CD    2:57:43 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:59am Carmichael:

Hi Amanda. Waiting obediently.
  12:00pm john:

  12:03pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday all! will be lis'nin' away from the keyboard, but i anticipate the scenario will grant me record levels of proofreading accuracy.
  12:05pm Skirkie:

That sounded kinda cool too though.
  12:05pm Wendy del Formaggio:

  12:05pm efd:

ah, the old 12"-record-that-plays-at-45rpm trick!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm Amanda:

Feel free to proofread the comments page on your breaks, if you like!

HI WENDY!!!! And hi Carmichael, john, James, Skirkie, and everyone. EFD -- I just took a pen and circled where it says "45RPM" on the sleeve. :-)
  12:13pm Skirkie:

One of them days
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14pm Amanda:

Eh, whaddayagonnado???
  12:18pm listener james from westwood:

i could always come in and proofread the record library's 45s.
  12:19pm listener james from westwood:

hell, if i get to test-listen to them to verify the written speed, i'll do that pro bono.
  12:19pm Carmichael:

I've prrofed many a label in my day. They were all affixed to bottles. And they all had proofs written on them.
  12:20pm BDR:

Thank you. I hadn't listened to Joan in a couple of years. Please "Drop the Pilot" on my some time in the coming Wednesdays.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm Amanda:

Hey, you're welcome BDR, and I will try to do so!

LJfW -- those were both my own records, which makes it yet more hilarious.
  12:25pm Danne D:

Hooray for AmNazz :)
Hey folks :)
Darn I missed Aurora Bridge :(
  12:25pm Midge:

I used to have such a crush on Joan Armatrading.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm Amanda:

You and BDR both, I think!
  12:30pm john:

This talkover/bed/whatever-you-call-it music always makes me happy.
  12:32pm listener james from westwood:

never let it be said i didn't give you an out. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm Amanda:

Thanks, john. Jaunty organ medley FTW.
  12:44pm Van in DC:

*sneaks into back of room*
  12:45pm Van in DC:

Oh hi there Amanda and everyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm Amanda:

  12:46pm Van in DC:

ha ha :)
  12:46pm G:

Here, but was weorking. Done working for an hour...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Amanda:

  12:53pm Doug S.:

Hello Amanda and all Scenarioistas!
  12:56pm Gaylord Fields:

Who is this "Walter" Carlos you played? Any relation to Wendy Carlos?
  12:58pm ndbob:

Greetings Amanda and everyone! @Doug - the listen to link gives a "bad gateway" message when clicked on
  12:59pm listener james from westwood:

did i just hear neil and rik?!
  1:00pm listener james from westwood:

ah yes. the young ones was the first place i heard the damned and motorhead. a critical document of my teen years.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm Amanda:

Hi ndbob! Hi Doug! Hi Gaylord! Yes, in fact they are/were very closely related...
  1:02pm Van in DC:

Holy crap
  1:03pm Van in DC:

Let me know when it's safe to put my headphones back on :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Amanda:

You're right, I should credit it to Wendy even though certain places online say Walter
  1:05pm listener james from westwood:

this sounds like ken's seven minutes in deadwood edit (needs more "cs'er"s for that)
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

Mark 2 Cortina. Nice motor.
  1:05pm Gaylord Fields:

Thanks, Amanda, for verifying what Wikipedia says: They're Bun E.'s brother and sister.
  1:05pm G:

It's not safe for you yet, Van.
  1:06pm Doug S.:

Which Listen link are you referring to. The one on this page works and the one given on the front page at wfmu.org works, too.
  1:06pm G:

OK, it's over now :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm Amanda:

@Gaylord -- HA!!!
  1:06pm Gaylord Fields:

I was just teasing you, but Wendy is understandably adamant about her identity. Just ask Momus.
  1:07pm Van in DC:

Ah, thanks G :)
  1:08pm Brian in UK:

ello darlin'. No link on the front page. Wots that all abaht?
  1:08pm ndbob:

@Doug the one in the email
  1:10pm Brian in UK:

Stripe me it's there now. Wot's this monkey bizniz?
  1:11pm Doug S.:

That's just great. On whom can I blame this error? Some rogue hacker? A slacking intern? My cat? Oh the humanity. (Sorry.)
  1:15pm listener james from westwood:

doug, it was the motherlode miner. there's coal dust all over the place.
  1:16pm Van in DC:

Doug, Anonymous
  1:18pm Brian in UK:

Wendy is Walter on my record of CO. Before things took a turn for the ......

Last track 'Singing in the Rain' would be appropriate today, just got soaked walking Spencer.
  1:19pm efd:

@Doug, I've heard reports of a ghost with "Not me" on its chest roaming the streets of Pittsburgh. Perhaps that's your culprit.
  1:19pm Doug S.:

NO! Don't talk wistfully of Carroll Gardens. My old neighborhood. I miss it.
  1:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Nuts, missed the dirty version of something Alexei Sayle!

Hello everyone!
  1:25pm Van in DC:

Hiya Matt! Did you see Discovery yesterday? It was quite the awesome sight :)
  1:29pm ?:

Off Wikipedia:

Before Italian-Americans settled in the area, Carroll Gardens was settled by Irish Americans in the early 19th century and, in the mid-19th century, by Norwegian-Americans, who founded the Norwegian Seamens' Church, an imposing brownstone structure that was once visited by the King of Norway during an official visit to the United States, and which still stands (although it is now a residential condominium) on the corner of First Place and Clinton Street.

I wasn't aware that there was a Norwegian community there once.
  1:29pm Matt from Springfield:

I knew of it, but was stuck in my building--my Mom didn't while at her preschool, but another class who was outside saw it.
  1:30pm Hugo:

Forgot to put a name on that post.
  1:30pm Matt from Springfield:

There's some scenic shots of it from the ground at The Mall area, is that where you saw it?
  1:31pm Van in DC:

ya, I was pretty close to the Smithsonian metro entrance on the Mall. ...or right about at the bottom right of this photo :)

  1:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Hugo: The Scandinavians generally have seamans churches in major ports throughout the world. Even if there's no ethnic community there you can still find churches set up by their seamans unions.
  1:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Sweet photo Van! It's nice when you can have your own public affairs photographers (and aircraft!) :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:33pm Amanda:

Hi Hugo! Thanks for the info about Doug's old nabe. :-) Norwegians are evrywhere!
  1:36pm Hugo:

The Norwegian ex-pat community was later associated with the Bay Ridge area of Brooklyn, though I suspect they are fully assimilated these days (and moved to the suburbs). I have a PhD dissertation from the late 50s when there was still a sense of community left. These days they probably only assemble for national day celebrations.
  1:37pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Dammit, I was at lunch and missed The Young Ones/Damned clip. My favorite show! So glad you played it, though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39pm Amanda:

Argh! Wendy -- I talked also about how it's so hard to find them on YouTube anymore. Glad I have the DVDs. :-)
  1:39pm Hugo:

@Amanda: True, these days you'll find them in droves in the Costa Blanca region of the Spanish east coast.
  1:41pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Oh no, I didn't realize The Young Ones had been pulled off YouTube. Phooey.
  1:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Wendy: Yes, I need to go back and listen! Also the Young Fresh Fellows, Cotton Mather, the Meat Puppets, lots of groups I like today.

As for the Clockwork Orange, it would be acceptable to label the artist as "Walter Carlos" if it was from the LP, which was written as Walter back in '71. He made the switch to a she shortly after, and publicly used the name Wendy from here on out. I myself file all her music under "Wendy Carlos", so if it's a CD or reissue, that would be the proper way to record her name.
  1:46pm Danne D:

@efd made a Family Circus in this comments page. That's a pretty amazing thing.
  1:48pm Van in DC:

Sounds like a cross between David Lee Roth and Stephen Tyler :)
  1:50pm Gaylord Fields:

Danne, you should see the circuitous route full of distractions that efd takes to get to the station every Wednesday night. It's like he can't travel in a straight line.
  1:51pm Ida Know:

Why does efd do that????
  1:53pm Van in DC:

Always good to vary routes and times. Never know who's tracking you ;)
  1:53pm Gaylord Fields:

I think he's trying to dodge this old man in a long robe with wings attached who seems to be stalking him.
  1:54pm Doug S.:

In today's Motherlode post in Beware of the Blog, I link to a site that has offered Walter Carlos's "Sonic Seasonings" Here is the download link for it:


This is the page offering the LP: http://bit.ly/HI6wkw
  1:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@Gaylord: My mind doesn't travel in a straight line either!
  1:58pm Skirkie:

Zelda 2 sucked.
  2:00pm Brian in UK:

Is Michael Penn married to Aimee Mann?
  2:03pm G:

Yes, Brian, since the late 90s, and currently live in LA, quoth wikipedia.org
  2:03pm Danne D:

You take the high road!
And I'll take the low road!
  2:05pm Carmichael:

Just back from a webinar, with one eye on the playlist. Pretty pretty good.
  2:06pm ndbob:

I need to go.. excellent show Amanda!.. I 'll catch the rest later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm Amanda:

Thanks ndbob, and enjoy your day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm Amanda:

Danne D is singing along to this part
  2:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: I've noticed how "Gen X" your playlists are--plenty of 70s 80s and 90s rock selections every show. The station should give you an award for "Best Gen X DJ"!
  2:13pm Danne D:

AmNazz featuring the best of the 70s 80s 90s...and today! :)
  2:16pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: Now I can imagine "Jam Productions" doing a commercial radio style jingle:
The Naz-ar-i-o Scen-ar-i-o! G-T-D-S! :)
  2:16pm Matt from Springfield:

AmNazz in the afternoon!
  2:18pm Danne D:

Gotta love AmNazz going from Poison to Dylan in the space of 4 songs :)
  2:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Love this one! Good choice for singing to!
  2:19pm Brian in UK:

Thanks G.

AmNazz? Is that a motor, John?
  2:20pm pgw in mntclr:

for a second, i thought this was some dylan outtake with doubletracked vocals
  2:21pm Danne D:

What is the innocence-scorn exchange rate this days?
  2:22pm Van in DC:

  2:22pm Danne D:

Ya know that'd be a neat premium - Amanda's Greatest Hits featuring all your favorite sing-along-with-Amanda moments :)
  2:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Innocence:Scorn, I believe is All your Innocence, for a Heap of Scorn (US)...
  2:26pm Carmichael:

Mitch Miller's got nothing on you, Amanda.
  2:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: Best Of her show sing-alongs, along with Bonus sing-alongs never streamed before!
  2:28pm Danne D:

and now a cover of the Velvets :)
  2:29pm Matt from Springfield:

A cover I've never heard before either! It's wonderful!
  2:29pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: I make one exception for Mitch's group rendition of "Give Peace A Chance" however; it's earned its way to the Golden Throats comp. That's "fame" in a WFMU way...
  2:31pm Van in DC:

Love Tori!
  2:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Reminds me of "Going where the chilly winds don't blow". Having no depression plus no chilly winds is even better!
  2:34pm pgw in mntclr:

i saw her in 1992 or 93 when i was a freshman in college. it was in a small venue that i could walk to, and the tickets were $6... didn't realize how good i had it.
  2:44pm efd:

Still my favorite Supremes song, probably because the 45 was in the house when I was a kid.
  2:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Jr. Walker and the All-Stars!
This was always a great one to me, but I never remembered the title. The sax riff was distinctive enough for me (much like "Baker Street" or "Careless Whisper" when I was younger!)
  2:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Stylistics trying to go disco? :)
  2:51pm Gaylord Fields:

Hey, Amanda! What are you up to this Sunday evening? Anything radio-related (I ask mock-unknowingly)?
  2:52pm Skirkie:

Quick search and... yes, that's the first time Strong Bad has ever been played on WFMU. By the way, them results go up FAST.
  2:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Stylistics > miscue > Strongbad > Ray Davies!! You can't find a better 2 minutes of music sequencing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm Amanda:

I didn't have anything on my schedule, I don't think... er... OH MY GOD WAIT!
  2:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@Skirkie: Well, the first time someone's playlisted that they've played Strongbad anyway.

(Thunk Tank uses a Strongbad clip for their listener emails segment).
  2:55pm listener james from westwood:

o to live in a world when that song could sing proudly from any radio unedited. cthulhu bless the drummer stream!
  2:55pm Skirkie:

Oh yeah, I heard that before.
  2:56pm listener james from westwood:

the day i take off points for miscues is the day i sprout wings and fly to jupiter. rock on.
adored the show. my client will thank you.
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: I'm a perfectionist, I would really beat myself up over mistakes too. We just want you to know that it's not that bad, in fact little mistakes are amusing to us listeners!
  2:57pm Van in DC:

You can leave the Alexei Sayle at home Sunday I think :)

Enjoyed, thanks Amanda!
  2:58pm Doug S.:

Coming up on Give the Drummer Radio, immediately following Amanda (a tough act to follow):

Buddy Watson
Les Tucker
Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters
The Spike Drivers
The Emperors
and more
and more
and more...
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks once again for the fine Nazario, Ms. Scenario! ;)
  2:59pm Gaylord Fields:

Sorry, Amanda. Can't join you this Sunday evening. I've got another plan.
  3:00pm Gaylord Fields:

No one else is excused, however.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Amanda:

Hope you all enjoy your Wednesdays and Sundays! Thanks for the memories! xoxoxoxoxoA
  3:02pm Danne D:

Thanks for a great show, Amanda :) Have a good day everyone :)
  3:50pm karolyn:

this lady is the best dj ever.
  2:53pm Parq:

Hi, Naz. Listening to the archive at work. I usually just keep it low and count on the fact that I'm alone in this office, but I had to skp past the Alexei Sayle. There's only so much I can ask my co workers to overlook.
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