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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 Lemon Pipers  Blueberry Blue   Options   Buddah  1968  7"    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Rubinoos  Operator   Options Back To The Drawing Board  Beserkley  1979  LP    0:02:16 (Pop‑up)
Rachel Sweet  Tonight   Options Protect The Innocent  Stiff  1980  LP    0:05:12 (Pop‑up)
The Headboys  Schoolgirls   Options s/t  RSO  1979  LP    0:08:13 (Pop‑up)
The Dave Clark Five  I'm Thinking   Options   Epic  1965  7"    0:11:05 (Pop‑up)
The Supremes  You Can't Do That   Options A Bit of Liverpool  Motown  1964  LP    0:12:42 (Pop‑up)
The Ronettes  Good Girls   Options The Colpix & Buddah Years  Sequel  1963  CD    0:15:14 (Pop‑up)
Manfred Mann  Pretty Flamingo   Options   UA  1966  7"    0:17:38 (Pop‑up)
Howlies  Sweet Denise vs. Road Rage Rhonda   Options Trippin' with Howlies      CD    0:27:17 (Pop‑up)
Any Trouble  Turning Up the Heat   Options   Stiff  1980  7"    0:29:54 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe  Burning   Options Nick the Knife  F-Beat/Columbia  1982  LP    0:32:56 (Pop‑up)
Ian Gomm  Hooked on Love   Options Summer Holiday  Albion  1978  LP    0:35:28 (Pop‑up)
Robert Gordon  Someday, Someway   Options Are You Gonna Be the One  RCA  1980  LP    0:37:05 (Pop‑up)
Dave Edmunds  Something Happens   Options Twangin'  Swan Song  1981  LP    0:39:26 (Pop‑up)
  "We're Not Candy" (TV PSA)       1980s    from YouTube  0:42:34 (Pop‑up)
Big Audio Dynamite  Rush   Options The Globe  Columbia  1991  CD    0:43:46 (Pop‑up)
Annie Lennox  Walking on Broken Glass   Options Diva  Arista  1992  CD    0:48:19 (Pop‑up)
Bill Callahan  Too Many Birds   Options Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle  Drag City  2009  CD    0:52:24 (Pop‑up)
Throwing Muses  Conversation   Options Saving Grace  Sire  1988  12"    1:11:09 (Pop‑up)
Joby's Opinion  Natty Bohemian   Options   Friction Media  1995  7"    1:14:22 (Pop‑up)
Veronica Lake  Saints Above   Options Working Holiday! (V/A)  Simple Machines  1993  CD    1:19:08 (Pop‑up)
Galaxie 500  King of Spain   Options   Aurora  1988  7"    1:22:55 (Pop‑up)
Sleater-Kinney  Ballad of a Ladyman   Options All Hands On the Bad One  Kill Rock Stars  2000  CD    1:27:20 (Pop‑up)
Guided By Voices  The Official Ironmen Rally Song   Options Under The Bushes, Under The Stars  Matador  1996  CD    1:30:28 (Pop‑up)
Supergrass  Alright   Options I Should Coco  Parlophone  1995  CD    1:33:19 (Pop‑up)
Strong Bad  alright42nite   Options           1:36:14 (Pop‑up)
The Gories  You Little Nothing   Options   Get Hip  1995  7"    1:46:21 (Pop‑up)
Mudhoney  No Song III   Options Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew  Reprise  1993  CD    1:49:15 (Pop‑up)
Half Japanese  Patty   Options Hello  Alternative Tentacles  2001  CD    1:53:13 (Pop‑up)
Jim O'Rourke  Happy Days (part of)   Options Happy Days  Revenant  1997  CD    1:55:55 (Pop‑up)
Bugs Bunny & co.  "Hare Splitter"   Options from eBaum's World    1948      2:06:01 (Pop‑up)
Richie Barrett  Some Other Guy   Options At the Club (V/A)  Ace  orig 1962  CD    2:13:07 (Pop‑up)
Petra Haden  I Can't Reach You   Options Sings: the Who Sell Out  Bar/None  2005  CD    2:24:40 (Pop‑up)
Kimya Dawson  Everything's Alright   Options I'm Sorry that Sometimes I'm Mean  Rough Trade  2002  CD    2:27:59 (Pop‑up)
Donovan  I Love My Shirt   Options Barabajagal  Epic  1968  LP    2:30:38 (Pop‑up)
Marie LaforĂȘt  Je n'ai Rien Appris   Options Talents: Marie LaforĂȘt  Universal  1999 (comp)  CD    2:33:49 (Pop‑up)
Calexico  Fractured Air (Tornado Watch)   Options Carried to Dust  Quarterstick  2008  CD    2:37:15 (Pop‑up)
Wolf Parade  Grounds for Divorce   Options Apologies to the Queen Mary  Sub Pop  2005  CD    2:40:20 (Pop‑up)
The Turtles  You Showed Me   Options The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands  White Whale  1968  LP    2:43:44 (Pop‑up)
Yonder Mountain String Band  Wind's On Fire   Options s/t  Vanguard  2006  CD    2:46:52 (Pop‑up)
Damn Yankees  High Enough   Options     1990      2:56:29 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:52am listener james from westwood:

happy wednesday to all and hello amanda!
  11:53am Van in DC:

Hello there Amanda, listener james from westwood
  11:54am Dervish:

Amanda is so close to armada. I am ready to ride the streamwaves!
  11:57am listener james from westwood:

i'll sail along as long as i can; gotta jet around 2ish, but will sail the archives with the incoming tide.
  11:59am Carmichael:

I am here. Hi Amanda, hello, faithful listeners.
  12:00pm john:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm Amanda:

Hey Listener James, Dervish, Van, Carmichael, john, and all others!!! Get ready to thrill to some energetic tunes.
  12:04pm Chris P.:

Hey Amanda! Curious if you're going to talk about your Record Store Day adventures?
  12:04pm Carmichael:

Keep 'em poppy, jangly, bouncy, hoppy, and spritely, if you wouldn't mind.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm Amanda:

I'm tryin'! I'm tryin'!
  12:08pm Anchovy Paste:

This show is already way better than the Adele Butterdance.
  12:11pm Chris P.:

Amanda should also put on the playlist which dance she's doing in the studio to each song.
  12:11pm KW:

Wow! Nazario twice in one week! How cool is that? Great show Sunday BTW
  12:12pm Carmichael:

You're doing great, don't panic! Your great is better than most people's best.
  12:18pm Chris P.:

"I mash potatoes but forgot the gravy" = one of my new favorite lyrics.
  12:18pm listener james from westwood:

whoa; must've missed the fill-in. got some downloading to do after this. thanks, kw!
  12:19pm G:

Hey, your bed music has lyrics now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm Amanda:

Phew! Thanks for the inspirational words, folks. :-)
  12:24pm Carmichael:

Scratches are a sign of integrity.
  12:26pm Chris P.:

A little comment
  12:27pm Van in DC:

I had to go forage for lunch. Just back. Record Store Day - I did it! First time in a record store in years. Smash records in DC (Adams Morgan). Loaded up, and a goth chick gave us an impromptu electric guitar concert :)
  12:31pm listener james from westwood:

i like your store better than my local record store, i don't even know if they know record store day exists. bought a booker t disc there 2 years ago and said i was celebrating the occasion w a purchase. guy didn't even blink. maybe the joint's a heroin front.
  12:32pm Carmichael:

Good ol' Clive Gregson. Always liked him/them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm Amanda:

Forgive the obviousness of this segue, guys.
  12:36pm kat330:

This past weekend was especially radio-friendly. The Nick Lowe interview on Shelley's show and then the sweet surprise of Amanda Sunday evening. Great tunes, Amanda!
  12:37pm G:

In media they call a segue like that a "hot switch"! :-P
  12:39pm Gaylord Fields:

Amanda, have you read Will Birch's book on the pub rock scene, "No Sleep Till Canvey Island"? I can recommend it heartily and without hesitation.
  12:40pm Carmichael:

I bought Robert Gordon's album (with "Uptown" on it) on a whim, and I still think it's fabulous. It gets mucho household airplay.
  12:44pm listener james from westwood:

this singer is such a pill.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46pm Amanda:

Gaylord -- I haven't read that book, and thanks for the rec! You're one of my fave tastemakers so now I MUST read it. Thanks a billion million, also and again, for letting me fill in last Sunday! Some of these people seemed to like it.
  12:47pm Gaylord Fields:

Oh, they loved it, and rightfully so.
  12:47pm efd:

I still can't believe Rush never recorded a song called "Big Audio Dynamite," a la Nick Lowe's "Bowi" EP.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Amanda:

Moreover, did anyone record a song named "Situation Nowhere," which most people think is the real title of that song?
  12:49pm Skirkie:

And the winner of "song stuck in my head for the next two days" goes too...
  12:51pm Carmichael:

I heard the opening to this and thought it was Laurie Anderson's "Baby Doll".
  12:51pm Gaylord Fields:

So the idea here is that I can't tear myself away to eat lunch, and if I stay at my desk I can't concentrate on my work? Curse you, Amanda!
  12:51pm Gaylord Fields:

But someone did record a song called "Stand by Me"!
  12:51pm Carmichael:

The Kinks did Situation Vacant. Does that help?
  12:52pm efd:

no-WHERE?! And all this time I thought it was "Situation no WIN." It's another informative Nazario Scenario!
  12:53pm Gill:

I love it when Amanda unleashes another Scenario on a suspecting public!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm Amanda:

No! Evan, you are right -- it IS "no-WIN," but many people I know, including me, heard it as noWHERE for years.

@Carmichael -- Hmm, yes, interesting association between Lennox and Anderson.

Thank you, Gill! I shall do it whether you suspect it or not.
  12:57pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  12:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Good afternoon Amanda, NDbob and everyone!
  12:58pm ndbob:

hi Matt!
  1:04pm Matt from Springfield:

As far as PSAs go, that one is cheap as well as a bit creepy. Nowhere NEAR as creepy as the freaky 1971 original Mr. Yuk commercial--that's a psychedelic freakout!
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda.
Carmichael, last time I saw Clive Gregson he was playing guitar for Nanci Griffith at WOMAD.

Amanda, more Chilli Willi & the Red Hot Peppers.
Will Birch's book is a right good read. He was there. Bugger missed Ian Gomm.
  1:07pm Brian in UK:

If I were an Eagle it would be Bernie Leadon.
  1:10pm Chris P.:

Oddly enough, I love punk music circa and around 1985...when I was born.
  1:10pm Van in DC:

Yes, but nostalgia ain't what it used to be
  1:10pm Matt from Springfield:

I have a similar fascination with stuff right around the time I was born, years before and after. Kind of like seeing how the world and the arts looked right when you were "forming" in a mystical sense.
  1:11pm Brian in UK:

Retro is a marketing device.
  1:11pm K prg:

I heart this all.
  1:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Performance style prose! And on a 12" too! Is this a RSD find?
  1:16pm G:

As in "National Bohemian", the Maryland beer? aka Natty Bo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16pm Amanda:

It is a find, certainly -- not RSD related, but bought at a RS. I love it too. Kristin Hersh is a great prose stylist, as we now know now that she has a book. (Which everyone I know likes, who has read it, though I haven't read it.)
  1:19pm Gaylord Fields:

I think you're shorthanding it a bit, Brian in UK. I believe that "retro," in the way I'm presuming you're using the term, is the exploitation of the nostalgia that dwells within most of us (and I use the word "exploitation" in its neutral sense).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm Amanda:

<3 K prg, you are the greatesttttt
  1:25pm Chris P.:

Oh man...Galaxie 500 = greatness
  1:29pm Brian in UK:

Gaylord, retro has more meaning when born in '52. So it appears cynical to me. In the end it's all fair game.
  1:29pm Artie:

retro, or just gladly remembered and re-experienced?
  1:30pm ndbob:

I do remember "Natty Bo"
  1:34pm ndbob:

there's some "retro" i like - though a lot really falls short - particularly with doowop.. most tends to be bland, watered down and sanitized
  1:34pm Chris P.:

Clueless soundtrack!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  1:34pm Brian in UK:

Is it really 17 years. retrotastic.
  1:37pm Brian in UK:

Groups like The Alabama Shakes are not necessarily retro but are bring labelled so.
  1:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Supergrass, helpfully learned from a commercial!
  1:37pm G:

Natty Bo still exists, but the original brewery went bankrupt maybe in the 80s and it is now made in Wisconsin or somewhere like that for the MD market by one of the huge beer companies. TV ads for national beers slowly killed off the original Natty Bo in the 60s/70s, but it is still a well-known Baltimore icon.
  1:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Lather, Strongbad, Repeat!
  1:38pm Gaylord Fields:

Brian, I was born in 1960 myself, so I've seen several eras redone for our enjoyment as both people and consumers. I guess I've seen and met enough people who adopt retro lifestyles who are not at all consumerist to not have an entirely cynical take on it. After all, the future can be as easily packaged and sold as the past.
  1:42pm Chris P.:

And Natty Ice, as well (which was Natty Light's much shittier brother)
  1:43pm ndbob:

i do remember those Natty Bo ads when I was growing up.
  1:45pm Van in DC:

I walk down the hallways constantly wondering what I will do if a zombie suddenly stumbles out of an office at me
  1:45pm Doug S.:

You mean I not invited to Nazariofest 2012??
  1:47pm Brian in UK:

Supergrass came out the week we moved into the house we live in now. They were the next big thing.
Luckily the media has given up looking for the new Beatles years ago. So it has to have something to do to justify its existence. The consumers do what they want as you correctly say, Gaylord.
  1:47pm Chris P.:

Well there is no such thing as Nazariofest...from what I hear, though, there is Nazariorama.
  1:49pm Doug S.:

I have run out and buy some poblano chiles. Anyone need anything?
  1:50pm Carmichael:

I need some duct tape and a lemon.
  1:50pm G:

I need the rest of my work done !
  1:51pm Van in DC:

One egret please Doug
  1:53pm Brian in UK:

Two pints of lager & a packet of crisps......please
  1:54pm Gaylord Fields:

We should have a Nazario Scenario work exchange, wherein we get someone to fill in for us for three hours each week.
  1:59pm ndbob:

I need to go ... excellent show Amanda!.. I'll catch the rest later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:00pm Amanda:

I'll fill in for you! I'm great at... oh wait.
  2:00pm Matt from Springfield:

I can play this song on guitar if you all wish!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm Amanda:

Haw haw, wiseguy.
  2:02pm Van in DC:

You are feeling veeeeeeeeery sleepy.....
  2:02pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: I can play it on keyboard as well! ;)

See ya NDbob!
  2:03pm G:

@Matt: Maybe stick to "Chopsticks" or "Heart and Soul" :-)
  2:04pm Brian in UK:

Matt Noseflute?
  2:07pm Van in DC:

Dang. Is it too late to ask for pistachios from the shopping trip?
  2:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Things are gettin' Looney in here!
@G: I'll challenge myself and try both at the same time! :)
  2:08pm G:

Shhhhhhh, be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm wistenin' ta a wabbit.
  2:09pm Danne D:

Hey Amanda :)
Hey all :)

(By the way I fully support Gaylord's work exchange idea)
  2:09pm listener james from westwood:

ah, carl stalling. my gateway to the great american songbook.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm Amanda:

Hi Danne! James -- I know, I know!
  2:10pm G:

Does that make this a stalling track?
  2:11pm listener james from westwood:

any modern composer who quoted this many other tunes would get nastygrams out the yang from the copyright polizei.
  2:11pm listener james from westwood:

well played, g. well played.
  2:11pm Matt from Springfield:

  2:11pm Brian in UK:

Some Succotash for me.
  2:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Danne!
Whoever's filling in for me needs to brush up on cartography and GIS! :)
  2:12pm Thylvethter:

that'th thuccotath
  2:14pm Brian in UK:

Everyone back on the bus.
  2:14pm listener james from westwood:

i'll need a copy editor, writer and proofreader for my 12-3 shift. sarcasm on tap a plus.
  2:17pm listener james from westwood:

must duck (rabbit! duck! rabbit!) out for a stretch. thanks for the fine show, amanda. later, all!!
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Baker's dozen of baker's muffins!
  2:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Like a sticky bun? Yeasty layers of cinnamon infused dough?
  2:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Great a capella version of the Who! Go Petra! Is this all one person multi-tracked?
  2:32pm Matt from Springfield:

I Love Donovan Singing About How He Loves His Shirt!
  2:32pm Shirt:

You're okay, too.
  2:34pm Matt from Springfield:

As I got a great copy of the Barabajagal album on Saturday, this song is part of my RSD haul!

"I love my entire <wardrobbbbbbbe!>" (jazz hands)
  2:36pm Matt from Springfield:

"Both Sides Now"! Apparently titled as: "I've Learned Nothing".
I really don't know effective translations of idioms across languages, at all.
  2:45pm Chris P.:

Amanda...you are incredible. Only amazing people play Flo & Eddie as much as you do (This makes it twice in the span of a few months? YES!!)
  2:52pm Van in DC:

Thank you for helping to make Wednesday tolerable to get through Amanda :)
  2:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Kimya Dawson, to me, the girl from the "Juno" soundtrack!
  2:54pm Danne D:

Thanks for a great show Amanda :) have a good day everyone :)
  2:55pm k prg:

you ought to stop with the aught. totes agreeable with that decis.
  2:55pm john:

Was that a cricket in the WFMU studios?
  2:56pm Dervish:

Seriously wonderful radio, Amanda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Amanda:

Hey -- thanks Dervish! Thanks to all of you for making MY Wednesday so awesome.
  2:58pm efd:

Holy smokes, Damn Yankees.
  2:58pm Skirkie:

Monster Ballads
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Another great show Amanda!
Have a great afternoon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Amanda:

@john -- The cricket I keep in my pocket that sends me SMS messages, yes. :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Amanda:

Dating myself here, but I used to sing this song at recess when I was on the swings.
  3:01pm Chris P.:

Did you try to do the monster ballad scream during the chorus?
  3:02pm Amanda:

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