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Options May 30, 2012: Ivana XL (with Joe McGinty) live in studio

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Ivana XL (photo: Larry Hyland)

Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  Blue Note  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Djako  A Furious Cat Song   Options Opium House  Djako  0:03:28 (Pop‑up)
Garrison Starr  Keep Your Head Down   Options Amateur  Garrison Starr  0:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Spanky & Our Gang  Jane   Options Anything You Choose b/w Without Rhyme Or Reason  Mercury  0:11:35 (Pop‑up)
Ivana XL  Stella   Options Love, Santa (7ivanaxl7.bandcamp.com)  Ivana XL  0:18:25 (Pop‑up)
Joe Walsh  Analog Man   Options Analog Man  Fantasy  0:20:36 (Pop‑up)
Lee Morgan  Rigormortis   Options Tom Cat  Blue Note  0:24:31 (Pop‑up)
James Wolff  In the Dirt   Options Not For Everyone  James Wolff Music  0:31:55 (Pop‑up)
J.J. Cale  Outside Looking In   Options Liberty Records 7" single  Liberty  0:39:41 (Pop‑up)
The Wedding Present  Suck   Options Seamonsters  SonyBMG  0:41:42 (Pop‑up)
Temptations vs. Aerosmith and Run-DMC  My Girl Walks This Way   Options DJ Joel-Steven (Voicedude)  no label  0:45:28 (Pop‑up)
Pond  Sorry I Was Under the Sky   Options Beard, Wives, Denim  Xenon  0:48:49 (Pop‑up)
Sloan  Burn For It   Options Parallel Play  Yep Roc  0:51:57 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd  Flaming / Pow R. Toc H.   Options The Piper at the Gates of Dawn  Capitol  0:56:49 (Pop‑up)
Marion Rosette  A Monkey Who Wanted to Fly   Options Peter Pan 7"  Peter Pan Records  1:04:34 (Pop‑up)
EDDI FRONT [a.k.a. IVANA XL] (with Joe McGinty)  LIVE IN STUDIO B   Options Engineered by Ernie Indradat    1:06:04 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Superhero Style   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:08:48 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Gigantic   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:12:26 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  interview seg 1   Options     1:18:29 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Souvenirs   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:18:15 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Pumps   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:20:29 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  interview seg 2   Options     1:24:14 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Into My Arms (Nick Cave cover)   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:28:11 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Perfume   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:32:07 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  interview seg 3   Options     1:35:04 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  I O U 1   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:38:37 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Up Up   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:41:40 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Stones   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:43:41 (Pop‑up)
IVANA XL (with Joe McGinty)  Cryin' in the Rain (Carole King)   Options live in studio  Ivana XL  1:49:20 (Pop‑up)
Lee Morgan  Tom Cat   Options Tom Cat  Blue Note  1:54:08 (Pop‑up)
John Maus  Hey Moon   Options We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves  Ribbon  2:03:33 (Pop‑up)
Kurt Vile  My Sympathy   Options God Is Saying This To You . . .  Mexican Summer  2:07:22 (Pop‑up)
Juilliard String Quartet  Lullaby for String Quartet (comp. George Gershwin, 1919)   Options Miniatures for Strings  Sony Classical  2:10:39 (Pop‑up)
Duke Ellington  Afrique   Options The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse  OJC  2:18:41 (Pop‑up)
Annette Peacock  Elect Yourself   Options Abstract-Contact  Ironic Records  2:28:59 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Conn  Greed   Options Macaroni  Fire  2:42:17 (Pop‑up)
Buzzy Linhart  That's The Bag I'm In   Options Buzzy Linhart Loves You: Classic Recordings  Razor & Tie  2:47:51 (Pop‑up)
Sexton Ming and Billy Childish  Whitstable   Options Dung Beetle Rolls Again  Damaged Goods  2:51:23 (Pop‑up)
Lewis Clark  Dog Ain't A Man's Best Friend   Options Soul Sides  unknown  2:52:47 (Pop‑up)
The Primitives  Turn Off the Moon   Options Echoes and Rhymes  Elefant Spain  2:55:02 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:00pm pierre:

Bonsoir Bonsoir Irwin.
  3:01pm Irwin:

Shalom aloha, Pierre.
  3:01pm Michael:

Howdy to Ole Pal Irwin.
  3:03pm Laura L:

Guten Tag, Irwin.
  3:03pm kat330:

Clam's my cue. Hi, Irwin, pierre and Michael!
  3:03pm kat330:

And Laura L!
  3:03pm Poland Spring Bottled Water:

Thanks for the product placement Irwin.
  3:07pm Poland Spring:

a/k/a Municipal Water Source
  3:09pm G:

Are Matt's typing fingers in traction this week?
  3:11pm kat330:

@G, where art thou, Matt? And a red-letter day to see Irwin say "hello" to anyone. :)
  3:18pm kat330:

Is the transmitter back in operation?
  3:21pm Mike East:

I heard this song a few weeks ago at the beach! Joe Walsh makes me smile.
  3:22pm Michael:

bit of a J. Charles feeling on that one - at least for these ears. That are tired and want to go home...
  3:30pm kat330:

Stream is off and on for me. Resetting everything here. Later, maybe!
  3:42pm kat330:

Seems steady now. The stream at least. Can't say the same for the comments.
  3:43pm iok:

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  3:44pm Irwin:

Where'd everybody go? Did they hate the Joe Walsh tune THAT MUCH?
  3:47pm Brass Knuckles:

BOOOOOOOO This is worse.
  3:47pm KevinfromBayRidge:

au contraire...
  3:55pm Dave B:

こんにちは Irwin
  3:58pm Irwin:

Dave: on my view of the comments db, your entry appears as cyrillic script or somesuch. But not on the PC.
  3:58pm George:

  3:59pm kat330:

See, Irwin, you've made George happy.
  3:59pm Dave B:

hiragana for "konichiwa"

Sorry bout that.
  4:01pm Van in DC:

I'm happy too
  4:03pm kat330:

@Van: But not ALL CAPS HAPPY.
  4:06pm burpage:

irwin would you like jack n bean stalk got lotsof that fun stuff
  4:07pm tinaun:

got my WFMU auction record today.
  4:07pm Van in DC:

Ha. I mean HA HA! :)
  4:07pm Laura L:

Thank you for that lil' monkey song, Irwin.
  4:12pm Van in DC:

I'm about to have to go. I'm already liking Ivana XL. Anyway thank you Irwin...I will definitely be dropping back in on archive to catch up with this.
  4:13pm kat330:

Stay happy, Van!
  4:15pm Van in DC:

Always trying to, you too kat330 :) Bye bye
  4:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat 3:11 : Meetings! :)
  4:24pm Matt from Springfield:

This is one for the Archive anyway, didn't realize Ivana XL was here today!
  4:24pm Carmichael:

Hi Irwin, hello Ivana, howdy everyone.
  4:26pm kat330:

Went away for 10 mins. and the gang shows up. Glad you made it Matt & Carm.
  4:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Aloha, Carm.
And to everyone else currently in the playlist.
  4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello kat!

And "Into My Arms"! Gorgeous indeed.
  4:28pm Carmichael:

I've missed a lot of the music, so it's also an archive edition for me.
  4:29pm kat330:

So, Eddi Front is the new name to look for. Certainly better to do it early on than later.
  4:30pm pierre:

This seems like a great album, merci for the link Irwin !
And merci beaucoup to Ivana XL, it's very sweet, and well appreciated in Paris - France.
  4:30pm german:

excellent cover
  4:31pm bethie:

sounding great, Ivana, Joe & Irwin!
  4:31pm the glowing one:

admittedly Ivana XL brings some rather non-musical connotations to mind...
  4:34pm Innuendo:

@glowing: They don't call her XL for nothing, right! Right! Am I right...?!
  4:34pm the glowing one:

I like her original songs better than the NC song even... :)
  4:36pm duke:

@TGO I agree, although she did a hell of a job on the nick cave song
  4:36pm bethie:

sing your Italian opera!
  4:38pm the glowing one:

@Joe: please, mind the digital clipping and overcompression ;P
  4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Could use another 9 minutes of Tubular Bells myself! Maybe a whole album side of that, played on separate pianos!
  4:39pm Irwin:

Thanks 2 all.
& thanks, Bethie & Squawkie.
  4:39pm pierre:

Just for information, this goes pretty well with headphones.
  4:40pm the glowing one:

she's a hell of a songwriter and singer, of course! the arrangement is perfect.
  4:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: Earbuds for me, but I love the experience of listening so directly to something, without outside noises. Especially a solo vocal/accompanyment like Ivana.
  4:44pm pierre:

@ Matt : outiside noises are overated ;)
  4:45pm pierre:

ok, what's that instrument that make makes that synth whistle behind Ivana's voice ?
  4:47pm Michael:

sounds great even on my phone on the train. thank her and joe profusely for us Irwin.
  4:48pm Matt from Springfield:

All right! Authentic 70s analog synth! Outside noises, yield to Ivana and Yamaha! :)
  4:50pm Philo Gristle:

Well, heard the last song, mostly. Guess I need to dig into the archives. Not a Pixies cover, earlier, I take it?
  4:52pm kat330:

@PG: Hunaja, nope not Pixies I don't think. Lovely set and wishing best of luck with the album, Ivana/Eddi and Joe!
  4:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, originally sung by the Everly Brothers! This tune sounded familiar, wondered if I had heard this sung by a Brill Building girl group, but now I remember hearing this before.
  4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Only caught the tail end but still SO GLAD to catch this set! Will fill in the rest via Archive.

THANK YOU Ivana XL! Joe McGinty! Good old engineer Ernie Indradat! Irwin! And WFMU!
  4:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Philo!
Since I haven't really chatted to you directly in a while, let me give you a belated welcome back to the States!
  4:56pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Matt! Glad to be back, though nice to see my parents and brother for the 1st time in a decade. Flying 15 hours is painful, though.
  4:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, didn't realize it took that long to fly to Finland. Including layovers?
  5:00pm Philo Gristle:

Yeah, we fly cheap, not direct! I think you can do it 11 hours direct. Where are the teleporters we were promised in the 50s I ask??
  5:03pm kat330:

There's really no choice but connections and layovers from Lullville.
  5:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Perhaps digging around for wormholes is the most efficient way to travel.
Just make sure you don't drain your current universe like a bathtub in the process.
  5:07pm Philo Gristle:

I think the only wormholes here are in our backyard garden.... but come to think of it, a few of the tomato plants have oddly disappeared.
  5:09pm kat330:

Clearly we're surrounded by wormholes. Our home has become the center of a robin "infestation." Have to say, it's beautiful being a nest for the redbreasts.
  5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Infested Nest of the 'Breasts
  5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Rated PG-13.
  5:13pm kat330:

Gershwin lullaby?! I thought this was a habanera before the playlist was completed, heh!
  5:14pm kat330:

Our front porch is the flight training ground for the baby robinettes. They really do bring us such joy.
  5:15pm Philo Gristle:

INotB sounds like an album title, clearly.
  5:17pm autumn:

cats love George
  5:17pm kat330:

It is thoroughly d-lightful, Irwin. Thanks for this gem.
  5:18pm kat330:

Yes, we do, autumn.
  5:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Never heard this Gershwin lullaby--that was nice.
  5:19pm bethie:

thanks for that :)
  5:19pm Laura L:

What Bethie said.
  5:24pm kat330:

@PG: Actually more like a Russ Meyer title.
  5:29pm kat330:

@bethie: I should be thanking *you* for the Gershwin gem! And, um, perhaps autumn as well?
  5:31pm bethie:

what can I say? the cat loves Gershwin. :)
  5:34pm Philo Gristle:

Is this new Peacock? I had the 'Don't Be Cruel' album with Chris Spedding on it once (maybe still)....
  5:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Like a fusion between Sedition Ensemble and Laurie Anderson pieces.
  5:35pm Irwin:

Album's from 1988
  5:35pm Lizardner Dave:

And Whitey's on the Moon.
  5:36pm Caryn:

Ah, finally here! With half an hour to go... :(
Dammit, I keep missing shows!
  5:36pm glenn:

i ate breakfast next to chris spedding once. he's not very tall.
  5:37pm kat330:

@Caryn: Definitely hit the archives for this one.
  5:37pm kat330:

It's close to dinnertime, so a peckish glenn arrives. ;)
  5:38pm Laura L:

Why's it reminding me of Arto Lindsay in the "Elect Yourself" refrain?
  5:38pm Philo Gristle:

Not tall, huh. An eggs over easy kind of a guy?
  5:40pm glenn:

on second thought, it was breakfast for him, and 3 p.m. for evahbody else.
  5:41pm kat330:

If you are eating seated -- and I presume you were -- you can be very wrong about a person's height. Perhaps Spedding has very long legs and a short torso.
  5:41pm glenn:

i'm not peckish. i had a wee snacky.
  5:41pm Irwin:

This song is about: The Usual Suspects.
  5:42pm glenn:

oh no. he's short. but really, who cares? he's a great guitarist.
  5:43pm Philo Gristle:

Aren't all performers, with the exception of Josh Homme, short? So he fits in snugly, standing out only through talent, in the Usual Suspects lineup.
  5:44pm John Cale:

He buggered my wife!
  5:44pm Carmichael:

I stood in the same room with Peter Frampton. He seemed to be about 5' 4" or so. Another great guitarist.
  5:44pm Oatcakes:

We're the Wee Snacky o' the Glenn.
  5:44pm kat330:

Precisely. And why were people pissed by Dylan's sunglasses? I have very sensitive eyes from a childhood injury, so I wear them a lot. Screw judgmentalism.
  5:45pm glenn:

and today in weird canadian news : people are murdering and dismembering other people, and then mailing the body parts to various political parties. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/police-identify-body-parts-suspect-severed-hand-bound-for-liberals/article2447319/
  5:46pm kat330:

glenn, nothing can compare w/the mayhem reported in Miami and NJ -- cf. Ken's playlist this a.m.
  5:47pm kat330:

Hope all this delightful humor and energy carries over into 7SD. Y'all promise to carry over, right?
  5:49pm Caryn:

Because of the NJ and Japan news, had to read the story to make sure there was no chance it was some nut cutting off his own body parts and sending them to people.
  5:50pm glenn:

today's wee snacky was chicken satay and chinese dumplings. sorry oatcakes, i love you, but sometimes a guy needs more. we can still hang out, though.
  5:51pm Philo Gristle:

Nice chunky sound to this Buzzy toon.
  5:52pm kat330:

Hey, no Klaus this week?! Not suggesting, just noting.
  5:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: With TMBG and Get Your War On, I'll be carrying over!

@glenn: Wow, I'm surprised a murderer in the US didn't try that first, considering the historic lows for politicians approval.
  5:54pm Oatcakes:

@glen: Aye, by th' Crag an' Vale...
  5:54pm Carmichael:

Wow, this is a great soul song!
  5:55pm Matt from Springfield:

I've heard Lewis Clark before, he's very good. Shame he isn't better known.
  5:55pm Caryn:

@Matt: no, in the US they just kill politicians' pets and leave them on their doorsteps...

I think the little details of the Canada case add interest: the male porn star suspect, the "suffocating kittens" bit? WTH?
  5:57pm kat330:

This is truth in advertising at least.
  5:57pm Philo Gristle:

Loved the early Primitives Lazy releases....
  5:57pm pierre:

Merci for the show Irwin, beautiful mix of moods and tunes !
  5:57pm bethie:

great show.
  5:57pm kat330:

Hey, I, thanks for the whole shebang!
  5:58pm glenn:

see, this is the thing about canada - it's the details that make us cool.
  5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Moods and tunes interwoven into one amazing shebang!
Excellent show Irwin!
(carrying over to 7SD...now!)
  5:59pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Irwin! Happy to hear most of the show once.
  1:06pm Van in DC:

Back for seconds!
  1:47pm Van in DC:

So glad I stopped back to catch the full Ivana XL...ERRRRR.... Eddi Front.... :).....set with Joe! VERY nice! Thank you Irwin for having them in.
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