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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 May 28, 2012: Will You Remember Mine (fill-in for the Frow Show with Jesse)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
D.J. Lebowitz  Welcome to My Humble Home   Options Beware of the Piano  Fowl  1986  LP      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Velvet Underground  Caroline   Options Squeeze  Polydor  1972  LP      0:02:38 (Pop‑up)
The Magnolias  She Cracked   Options Concrete Pillbox  Twin Tone  1986  LP      0:05:26 (Pop‑up)
Hershel Savage & The American Flag  Send Me Away   Options s/t  Rockathon  1999  LP      0:08:43 (Pop‑up)
Jonny Cohen & the Shoe Trees  Addicted to Chapstick   Options Working Holiday! April (split)  Simple Machines  1993  7"      0:10:39 (Pop‑up)
Tom Waits  Saving All My Love for You   Options Heartattack and Vine  Elektra  1980  CD      0:13:30 (Pop‑up)
The Imprints  Happy Together   Options   Rev  1986  7"      0:17:03 (Pop‑up)
Camper Van Beethoven  Happiness is a Porpoise Mouth   Options   The Bob  1987  7"  a flexi disc!!! (given away with a magazine)    0:19:03 (Pop‑up)
People in Stores  Factory   Options Propeller Product EP  Propeller Product  1981  7"      0:22:00 (Pop‑up)
Codeine  Hard to Find   Options Sassy/Sub Pop EP  Sub Pop  1992  7"      0:24:56 (Pop‑up)
Pavement  No More Kings   Options Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks (V/A)  ABC  1996  CD      0:28:14 (Pop‑up)
Blake Babies  Lament   Options Earwig  Mammoth  1989  LP      0:32:30 (Pop‑up)
Shocking Blue  Love Machine   Options At Home  Repertoire  orig 1969  CD      0:43:51 (Pop‑up)
Allman Brothers Band  Dreams   Options Duane Allman Anthology  Capricorn  1988 (comp)  LP      0:46:58 (Pop‑up)
The Grateful Dead  High Time   Options Workingman's Dead  WB  1970  LP      0:54:07 (Pop‑up)
Hot Tuna  Letter to the North Star   Options The Phosphorescent Rat  Grunt  1973  LP      0:59:15 (Pop‑up)
Greenflow  I Got'Cha   Options WTNG 89.9 fm: Solid Bronze  Numero Group    LP    *   1:02:08 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Womack  Across 110th Street   Options The Best of Bobby Womack  Capitol  1972  CD      1:06:41 (Pop‑up)
The Mr. T Experience  Now We Are Twenty-One   Options Night Shift at the Thrill Factory  Lookout!  1996  CD      1:17:07 (Pop‑up)
The Go-Nuts  A Day in the Life of a Snak Rock Superstar   Options Dunk and Cover!  Lookout!  2000  CD      1:18:48 (Pop‑up)
Yesterday's Kids  Ode to the Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet (demo)   Options Lookout! Freakout Episode 2  Lookout!  2001  CD      1:22:14 (Pop‑up)
Scherzo  Hope   Options Suffering & Joy  Lookout!  1991  LP      1:25:39 (Pop‑up)
Screeching Weasel  Teenage Freakshow   Options My Brain Hurts  Lookout!  1991  LP      1:28:49 (Pop‑up)
Billy Bragg  Like Soldiers Do   Options Brewing Up With Billy Bragg  Go! Disc  1984  LP      1:37:04 (Pop‑up)
The Seeds  The Wind Blows Your Hair   Options Evil Hoodoo  Demon  1988 (comp)  CD      1:39:33 (Pop‑up)
Donovan  The War Drags On   Options Songs For Sunshine People  Castle  2002 (comp)  CD      1:42:25 (Pop‑up)
Paper Lace  Billy, Don't Be a Hero   Options from Spotify  Mercury  1974        1:46:09 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Cliff  The Price of Peace   Options Unlimited  Reprise  1973  LP      1:49:24 (Pop‑up)
Skeeter Davis  One Tin Soldier   Options from YouTube  no label          1:54:02 (Pop‑up)
Raymond Scott  The Happy Whistler   Options Soothing Sounds for Baby, Volume II (6-12 Months)  Basta  orig 1963  CD      2:06:43 (Pop‑up)
Conrad Schnitzler  Metall I (Con)   Options Ballet Statique  Spalax  1999  CD      2:17:06 (Pop‑up)
The Mekons  Secrets   Options The Curse of the Mekons  Blast First  1990  CD      2:21:56 (Pop‑up)
Marc Ribot  Bells   Options Shrek  Avant  1994  CD      2:27:12 (Pop‑up)
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions  For the Rest of Your Life   Options Through the Devil Softly  Nettwerk  2009  CD      2:37:17 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Parker  East of the Sun & West of the Moon   Options Broadcast Performances  ESP-Disk  rec 1949  CD      2:42:54 (Pop‑up)
Erik Satie / Anne Queffelec  Veritables preludes flasques (pour un chien)   Options Erik Satie  Virgin  1992  CD      2:47:45 (Pop‑up)
Willie Nelson  Will You Remember Mine   Options The Poet (early recordings)  Accord  early 1960s  LP      2:50:35 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:04am Fiveash:

I got here just in time to go to bed!
  3:05am Matt from Springfield:

@Fiveash: Hello, you must be going!

Didn't know the VU did a song with the lyric "Sweet Caroline". Yet another track to find a steel drum version of.

Hi Amanda!!
  3:07am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I loved The Magnolias. I saw them open for Grant Hart's band in the early 90s.
  3:09am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Some friends and I took them to Dealey Plaza after the show and we reenacted JFK's assassination at 3am.
  3:11am Matt from Springfield:

@BGZ: Aw man, wish I was there! :)
  3:12am Matt from Springfield:

DJ Lebowitz and Jonny Cohen sound terrific for this hour!
  3:13am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

@Matt: All you need is a time machine. And maybe a jetpack. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15am Amanda:

Hi everyone! @MfS, thanks -- took a chance on them but figured you might enjoy. BGZ, your early '90s antics sound a little like mine only with fewer cookie dough logs.
  3:17am Matt from Springfield:

I'm running a finger over Space-Time looking for a rip. Then I can jetpack anywhere, anytime! :)
  3:21am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I saw CVB open for 10,000 Maniacs. They refused to play "Take the Skinheads Bowling" because the venue had a bowling alley and they thought it would be bad karma to play that song.
  3:23am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

@Amanda: Fret not. We were perfectly capable of consuming tubes of cookie dough. :)
  3:33am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Years ago I bought a "Schoolhouse Rock" collection on VHS. It had Cloris Leachman and some kids doing bits and singing songs to transition from song-to-song. Cloris rapped!
  3:34am pierre:

Bonjour Amanda !!
Bonjour listeners !!
"here we go yo, here we go yo, so what's, so what's the scenario"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35am Amanda:

Bonjour pierre!
  3:35am Matt from Springfield:

Bonjour pierre! Though it's late, nearly bon nuit for me here!
  3:37am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Bonjour pierre!
  3:37am Matt from Springfield:

Our Pretty Nighttime Flamingo comes on for a fill-in!
  3:38am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Ooh...the math answer was 666. :rollseyes:
  3:40am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I loved Sassy magazine. I used to dance onstage in a dress with a band. I dreamed of being in Sassy. Alas, no dice.
  3:40am pierre:

that's true, the early morning show, are for us european, the morning show, which is rather interesting, the wfmu is different (but still completely awesome) across the ocean.
  3:42am Worsley Greg:

Good Morning Amanda!
Digging the organ version of Pretty Flamingo background music
  3:43am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Things change on the fly. :)
  3:44am max:

stop apologizing for the playlist, homie.
  3:46am Worsley Greg:

makes a change from Venus...neat track
  3:47am Chop Scott:

Great to hear you tonight on the air! Packing up for Primavera---thanks for the excellent show and company--Cheers!!!
  3:49am Matt from Springfield:

Have a wonderful time at Primavera, Scott! We look forward to those sets every year, you can experience them in person!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:50am Amanda:

Have a lovely time in Spain, Chop Scott! Thanks for the check-in!

Thanks Worsley Greg... always good to meet a Pretty Flamingo fan.

@max, is it OK if I apologize for apologizing?
  3:50am Worsley Greg:

pullin out some nice soulful grooves here, amanders)))
  3:50am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: As you already mentioned, Julie's show is designed to play in the dead of night over here, yet in Europe airs as you are starting your day!
  3:52am pierre:

"Chop Scott" ? As in "Chop Scott Williams" ?

@ Matt : Aye, it gives an another take on "dark", "night" and "souls" ^^
  3:55am Worsley Greg:

its a heatwave on worsley green, chaps..mellow morning Sunshine here
  3:56am Matt from Springfield:

If I recall correctly...
"Chop Shop" (artist) = "Chop Scott" (commenter) = "Scott Konzelman" (volunteer and audio engineer)
  3:58am Worsley Greg:

Chop Chop by Tony Blackburn is worth checkin out! LOOL
  4:05am Worsley Greg:

this show is pretty much flawless..nice groove.
  4:07am Matt from Springfield:

I gotta snag this WTNG album! Brian Turner's played from it, apparently it's a modern parody of a 70s style radio station sampler cassette. Sounds fun so far.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08am Amanda:

Aw, well, I try to conceal any flaws so well that you'd never notice them
  4:13am max:

i guess it's ok.... but not necessary :)
  4:15am Matt from Springfield:

Happy B-Day if you're out there, Doug!
  4:16am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, the fill-ins are really taking over today!
(Barricading the doors soon?)
  4:18am slackawanna:

thanks to all you died in wars for US. nice show Amanda. will be paying attention to this show from now on. you have a nice voice.
  4:20am slackawanna:

i meant 'who' died, obviously. lots of beers, oh well!
not necessarily thanks, but at least those are not forgotten on this 'holiday'
  4:21am pierre:

As i wrote on his Facebook, Joyeux Anniver-sir Doug !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:22am Amanda:

Thanks, slackawanna -- I hope you do! Pay attention, that is.
  4:26am Worsley Greg:

Power Pop is good..Go-Nuts is vair good.
  4:27am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

LOOKOUT! It's a Lookout! Records set. :D
  4:28am Worsley Greg:

thx to the Yanks from across the pond.
  4:32am slackawanna:

automatic for the people, I hope, Mr. Worsley.
  4:34am Matt from Springfield:

Hot dogs and soda punk!
(There was "Pie and Mash" from the UK in the 70s, of course!)
  4:35am MALACH:

hey amanda, hey gang. killller set, yeah!
  4:37am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

It's like when Marvel Comics used to have "Assistant Editors Month."
  4:39am Matt from Springfield:

Happy Memorial Day to you too, and everyone else!
Make sure to take at least one moment for serious reflection and meditation for today. As Clay Pigeon says, "always, remember"...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40am Amanda:

Yeahhh Malach!!!
  4:43am Matt from Springfield:

Donovan!! Amanda digs Donovan! Thank you much!
  4:45am slackawanna:

this is why we remember.
  4:46am slackawanna:

re member. what a weird word it strikes me.
  4:51am MALACH:

man more things should feel like jimmy cliff
  4:52am slackawanna:

what are these flaw you write of? pristine
  4:53am Worsley Greg:

Jimmy Cliff yeh!
  4:54am slackawanna:

flaw's'. dog gone proofreading is not on at this time.
  4:54am Worsley Greg:

a newly cut Diamond has no flaws
  4:55am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Killdozer did a great cover of this song.
  4:56am slackawanna:

Paper Lace are a Nottingham-based pop group, formed in 1967. They are known to Americans as a one-hit wonder; however, in the UK they were a "classic two-and-a-half-hit wonder".[
  4:58am slackawanna:

I was also formed in 1967.
  5:00am KP:

Nice work on the Donovan and all.
  5:01am max:

i see what you're doing in the background there, ha.,...
  5:02am slackawanna:

I hate it because it seems to be necessary. Deep down I think even the most ardent hawk hates war.
  5:03am slackawanna:

I hate necessary things in general.
  5:04am Matt from Springfield:

Whew, gonna go to sleep now, but thank you Amanda for this amazing show! AmNazz..in the actual A.M.!!

Good night! Take care everyone!
  5:05am slackawanna:

If you just spoke for 6 hours, I would listen to each and every word. attentively.
  5:06am Matt from Springfield:

Aww man, Raymond Scott's digital sounds for babies, that'll finish me off tonight for sure! :)

Peaceeeeeee outtttt...
  5:08am slackawanna:

aphex twins
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:08am Amanda:

  5:11am slackawanna:

Actually, Aphex Twin, no 's'.

Richard David James (born 18 August 1971), best known under the pseudonym Aphex Twin, is a British electronic musician and composer. He founded the record label Rephlex Records in 1991 with Grant Wilson-Claridge. He was described by The Guardian as "the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music."[1]
  5:12am slackawanna:

yes, that 'Grant Wilson-Claridge'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:12am Amanda:

Oh, I thought you were just making a pun about Aphex Twin and babies.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:14am Amanda:

Maybe I shouldn't have said these compositions were exclusively meant to lull babies to sleep -- they aimed to entertain them at various times of the day.
  5:14am slackawanna:

I apparently made it but not intentionally. The pun seems is heheld by the beholder I suppose.
  5:16am slackawanna:

not sure about the composers intention. again, beheld by the beholders.
  5:17am Worsley Greg:

mellifluous tones ..thx spellchecker!
  5:18am slackawanna:

I could use some spell checking. and punctuation checking as well! and just straight out idea and mind checking too!
  5:20am pierre:

yeah Conrad Schnitzler after Raymond Scott, it feels totally right with my lemon tea !
  5:21am Worsley Greg:

babies like Goo Goo Dolls n Lady Gaga
  5:21am slackawanna:

basically, just a complete existencechecker might work. Is there an AP for that?
  5:22am slackawanna:

and they like Glen Campbell.
  5:23am slackawanna:

goo goo gaga gaga. oh, ok.
  5:26am slackawanna:

and they absolutely love Einst├╝rzende Neubauten

right to sleep, they go.

  5:27am Worsley Greg:

existencechecker? some people call it facebook.
  5:28am slackawanna:

some may do.
  5:32am Worsley Greg:

a mirror is perfectly adequate most days..and much less tiresome.
  5:38am Worsley Greg:

barbers hate mirrors..reminds them of work work work
  5:40am slackawanna:

I am thinking of a more pharmalcological mirror. but the hard copy is good too.
  5:42am slackawanna:

'pharmacological' God, I need that existencechecker. and that's why I can't go get a haircut ... hate those mirrors.
  5:45am slackawanna:

Hope Sandoval - alot of us had a mad crush on her from Mazzy Star days. 'Fade Into You' era.
  5:46am slackawanna:

Hope Sandoval grew up in a Catholic Mexican-American family in East Los Angeles, California.[1] She attended Mark Keppel High School. In 1986, she formed the folk music duo Going Home with Sylvia Gomez, and recorded one album produced by David Roback, which is yet to be released.[1]
  5:49am slackawanna:

why do barbers need mirrors. they are looking at their clients directly. they shouldn't hate mirrors. that makes very little sense to me. among the pantheon of senseless things I suppose.
  5:52am Worsley Greg:

many barbers have been driven insane by their reflection....one claimed it followed him home..its time people talked about this.
  5:55am Worsley Greg:

i should add that vain barbers are largely immune to this affliction...if there are any vain barbers out there!
  5:56am slackawanna:

well I think you just initiated that discussion. I am glad to be a small part of it! but what about 'hair dressers' ? is this affliction only observered among barbers?
  5:57am Worsley Greg:

trust amanders to pick a song by someone who is barely on nodding terms with hair removal...she's quick.
  5:59am slackawanna:

nodding terms. that is my take away from this 'exchange'. sounds to f with baby in general.
  5:59am Worsley Greg:

good question...hairdressers dont have too much time on their hands..i mean they use their hands...too busy to worry much.
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