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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 Approx. start time
The Mummies  One Potato, Two Potato   Options Runnin' on Empty volume one  Estrus  orig 1988-9  LP  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Cause for Alarm  Time Will Tell   Options s/t  Victory  orig 1983  CD  0:03:24 (Pop‑up)
The's  Three Cool Chicks   Options Singles '88-'96      CD  0:05:32 (Pop‑up)
Robert Gordon with Link Wray  Woman (You're My Woman)   Options Robert Gordon with Link Wray/Fresh Fish Special  Raven  orig 1977  CD  0:07:57 (Pop‑up)
Ronnie Cook & the Gaylads  The Scotch (reissue)   Options   Norton  orig 1962  7"  0:10:28 (Pop‑up)
The Turtles  Buzz Saw   Options     1968  7"  0:12:33 (Pop‑up)
1910 Fruitgum Company  No Good Annie   Options   Buddah  1969  7"  0:14:22 (Pop‑up)
The Necessaries  Runaway Child (Minors Beware)   Options   Spy  1979  7"  0:16:38 (Pop‑up)
The Velvet Underground  Lady Godiva's Operation   Options White Light / White Heat  Verve  1968  LP  0:19:20 (Pop‑up)
The Pogues  If I Should Fall From Grace With God   Options Straight to Hell (sndtrk)  Enigma  1987  LP  0:33:07 (Pop‑up)
The Clash  Remote Control   Options s/t  Epic  1977  LP  0:35:15 (Pop‑up)
Holly Golightly  I Hear You   Options God Don't Like It  Damaged Goods  2000  CD  0:38:15 (Pop‑up)
Thee Headcoats  Neither Fish Nor Fowl   Options Headcoatitude  Get Hip  1993  LP  0:41:11 (Pop‑up)
Queens of the Stone Age  Regular John   Options s/t  Loosegroove  1998  CD  0:43:42 (Pop‑up)
Harpoon Forever  Cruel Story of Youth   Options Life-Size Cut-Out EP  Bleeding Gold  2012  7"  0:48:11 (Pop‑up)
Quasi  I Never Want to See You Again   Options Featuring "Birds"  Up  1998  CD  0:50:51 (Pop‑up)
Rosie and the Originals  Angel Baby   Options   Highland  1960  7"  1:02:30 (Pop‑up)
Talya Ferro  We Could Learn Together   Options Look At Me  MGM  1968  LP  1:06:06 (Pop‑up)
Julie London  Can't Help Lovin' That Man   Options Julie Is Her Name  Edsel  orig 1955  LP  1:08:46 (Pop‑up)
Peggy Lee  When the Sun Comes Out   Options Sugar 'n' Spice  Capitol  1962  LP  1:11:42 (Pop‑up)
Sammy Davis, Jr.   Bye Bye Blackbird   Options The Wham of Sam  Warner/Reprise  1994 (comp)  CD  1:14:36 (Pop‑up)
The Starlites  Valerie   Options   Flashback  1962  7"  1:17:17 (Pop‑up)
The Kelly Brothers  Falling in Love Again   Options The Heart Of Southern Soul: From Nashville To Memphis And Muscle Shoals  Excello/AVI  orig 1966  CD  1:19:36 (Pop‑up)
Freda Payne  The Easiest Way to Fall   Options   Invictus  1970  7"  1:22:11 (Pop‑up)
Mongo Santamaria Band  Don't Bother Me No More   Options   Battle  1963  7"  1:24:28 (Pop‑up)
Lavern Baker  I Cried a Tear   Options Real Gone Gal  Charly  orig 1958  LP  1:26:55 (Pop‑up)
Merilee Rush & the Turnabouts  Reap What You Sow   Options         1:42:09 (Pop‑up)
Rod Bernard  Colinda   Options   Hall-Way  1963  7"  1:44:27 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Ross  Without Your Love (Mr. Jordan)   Options   Big Tree  1976  7"  1:46:44 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Paycheck  Fifteen Beers   Options   Epic  1979  7"  1:50:14 (Pop‑up)
MC5  Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)   Options Babes in Arms  ROIR  196?  LP  1:52:48 (Pop‑up)
The Alarm Clocks  No Reason To Complain   Options   Awake  1966  7"  1:56:58 (Pop‑up)
The Descendents  She Loves Me   Options Everything Sucks  Epitaph  1996  CD  2:08:29 (Pop‑up)
Frank Black & the Catholics  His Kingly Cave   Options Devil's Workshop  Spin Art  2002  CD  2:10:55 (Pop‑up)
Modest Mouse  Workin' on Leavin' the Livin'   Options Building Nothing Out of Something  Up  1999  CD  2:15:37 (Pop‑up)
Van Morrison  Cyprus Avenue   Options Astral Weeks  WB  1968  LP  2:22:08 (Pop‑up)
The Meters  Stormy   Options The Original Funkmasters  Instant/Charly  orig 1969  LP  2:29:07 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  Little Miss Queen of Darkness   Options Face to Face    orig 1966  CD  2:32:26 (Pop‑up)
The Detroit Cobras  Breakaway   Options Mink Rat or Rabbit  Sympathy for the Record Industry  1998  CD  2:41:22 (Pop‑up)
The Orlons  Knock! Knock! (Who's There?)   Options   Cameo  1960  7"  2:43:46 (Pop‑up)
Jack Dupree  Stumbling Block   Options   King  orig 1955  7"  2:46:03 (Pop‑up)
Rufus Thomas  Jump Back   Options   Stax  1964  7"  2:49:23 (Pop‑up)
Sammy Davis, Jr.   Thou Swell   Options     1965  CD  2:52:30 (Pop‑up)
The Interpreters  Pretty Little Thing   Options The Heart Of Southern Soul: From Nashville To Memphis And Muscle Shoals  Excello/AVI  orig 1967  CD  2:58:30 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:52am john:

Dropping by to give my customary wooooooooot...back after a meeting...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am Amanda:

Excellent. See you then.
  12:01pm listener james from westwood:

good day, amanda, and howdy all!
  12:05pm Van in DC:

hullo! Ah'll beeeee Bach. Must go find food. Press pause :)
  12:09pm Danne D:

Yay Amanda :) will be back in a bit :) I have to find food too
  12:11pm kat330:

Well, Amanda, unlike those above, I'm here with food already. No keyboard action for some while, but lovin' the rockin' sounds today!
  12:12pm Skirkie:

Doesn't anybody use their WFMU apps when they go get food?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm Amanda:

Apps are too frightening for the mixed company at the deli. Hi everyone!
  12:22pm kat330:

The bigger question for me is, doesn't anyone MAKE and take their lunches to the job anymore? So much healthier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm Amanda:

And cheaper, but you didn't hear it here.
  12:23pm northguineahills:

The VU fits well w/ the muggy weather.
  12:23pm pgw in mntclr:

"someone nudge lou and tell him to say 'sweetly'"
  12:24pm kat330:

Yep, the cheaper got the ball rolling, and then the healthier results kept it in motion. Philo (JT) gets a lovingly packed lunch to take to work everyday. :)
  12:24pm kat330:

How'd that Wookie get in the studio?
  12:24pm northguineahills:

Depends on the job. My last one I was working 60-80 hours/week, so I never had time to make a lunch the night before. However, when working a 40/hr week, I always try to make lunch for the next day.
  12:26pm Skirkie:

I make things for lunch and then forget about it and leave it at home.
  12:27pm kat330:

@NGH: That's what a partner's (can be) for. :)
@Skirkie: Sounds like a subconscious sabotage.
  12:31pm Danne D:

people don't pay attention to pedestrians where I am Skirkie - I need to be alert.
  12:33pm kat330:

Link Wray + Velvet Underground here. Captain Beefheart on Duane earlier... He may get a home-made lunch, but Philo can't listen to FMU or GTDR while at work, and he'll regret that today in particular.
  12:33pm Danne D:

yay :)
  12:35pm northguineahills:

Not when your partner is working an even more hectic schedule then you are. Of course, I have plenty of free time now.
  12:35pm Van in DC:

Sigh. Didn't work. Couldn't be Bach. But at least I found food
  12:37pm kat330:

I understand, ngh. Both of us used to have such hectic schedules, too, so I tried cooking and preparing as much for the whole week on Sundays. Usually worked out pretty well.
  12:38pm Van in DC:

I pretty much don't cook by the way.
  12:38pm kat330:

@Van: NO one can be Bach. A singular genius.
  12:39pm kat330:

@Van: How could you have time? You're always moving! ;)
  12:39pm Van in DC:

  12:40pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda, will not be writing that for a while when you are on sabbatical.
Did The Turtles call themselves The Crossfires when they made Battle of the Bands & sang Buzzzz Sawww? Answers on a postcard to.....
  12:41pm john:

Meeting finished. Ready for rock.
  12:42pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda, will not be writing that for a while when you are on sabbatical.
Did The Turtles call themselves The Crossfires when they made Battle of the Bands & sang Buzzzz Sawww? Answers on a postcard to.....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm Amanda:

Still a few weeks until the sabbatical -- enjoy them while you may!

@Brian, not sure which fake band the Turtles were for that particular one. Super deluxe prize for anyone who can name them all.
  12:45pm kat330:

@Amanda: Remembered the sabbatical is September, but aren't you going to Maine? Somehow I thought that was happening right after Doug returned.
  12:47pm kat330:

QotSA! I thought I was really alone in liking them -- cool! Their lead giant is, um, a literal hunk IIRC.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Amanda:

Josh Homme. A friend of mine loves him too. What is he, just a piece of meat????
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52pm Amanda:

I will be in Maine on the 22nd, then back for a week, then gone for 1000 years, then back.
  12:53pm Van in DC:

That will seem like a millenia around here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm Amanda:

Nah, you'll forget you ever knew me
  12:54pm kat330:

OK, got it. Putting the cart before the horsemeat, I *did* groove on the QotSA sound before I ever had a visual bead. The giant is just icing on the cake. ;)
  12:55pm Danne D:

what is this about a sabbatical? 8(
  1:00pm Doug S.:

Hiya Ammy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Amanda:

Hi Doug!
  1:03pm Van in DC:

This would NOT be the set that Ken misplaced earlier, I'm guessing :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:05pm Amanda:

Van -- I don't think so? Unfortunately I rarely get to hear his show live, as you can imagine.
  1:07pm Matt from Springfield:

AmNazz on the NazzScen! Hiya!
(Good, didn't miss the sing-along!)
  1:08pm kat330:

This Ferro is a new one on me. A very pleasant vocal.
  1:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Such a Dusty like vocal!
  1:10pm kat330:

Ahhhh.... wonderful.... song and singer.... mmmmmm.... Singing along very softly..
  1:11pm Van in DC:

I suddenly really feel like slow dancing.
  1:13pm kat330:

Female power vocals set -- love it! Thanks, Amanda!
  1:13pm Van in DC:

And by really feel like, I mean I really wish I WAS...

Loving it, Amanda :)
  1:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Smoky classic love songs set you've got!
  1:18pm Van in DC:

Hmm...last time I heard finger snapping in a tune...can't...quite...remember...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm Amanda:

Songs with crying in them are the best.
  1:24pm Matt from Springfield:

The great Freda Payne! Love her!
  1:24pm G:

Don't fall for someone who wants to sleep in separate rooms, honey!!!
  1:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Obviously don't wait for your wedding night to find that out about a partner...
  1:26pm G:

Duh!!! :-)
  1:30pm Danne D:

What a delightful set, Amanda :)
  1:31pm Van in DC:

In your mind, and in your soul :)
  1:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Thank you Amanda--when playing singles, I think it's proper for DJs to inform us of what's on the flip side of a record.
  1:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Never thought about the lounge singer dog in Lady And The Tramp, makes sense that would be Peggy Lee! Thanks, new info learned!
  1:40pm Van in DC:

Nice ♫♫♫s that last set was!
  1:41pm Matt from Springfield:

Glad to see that Brooklyn neighborhood is so spirit-lifting! :)
  1:43pm Van in DC:

ǝpıs dılɟ 's rock :)
  1:43pm Daniel:

Angel is an evergreen. PP Arnold would be right at home in today's show. So glad I tuned in.
  1:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Well shucks, Amanda, I LIKE YOU too! And so does EVERYONE else here!

Chip Taylor--great songwriter of the 60s. Have you ever heard Evie Sands' version of "Angel of the Morning"? That was actually the first to be released, but the record label when out of business and her single was left stranded.
  1:45pm kat330:

Amanda, speaking of dogs and lowliness, once upon a time I took shelter for a night in a doghouse (albeit one big enough for me & my guy in sleeping bags). And then in L.A. I had a PT job at a training kennel for Rottweilers -- shit-shoveling, bath-giving in the heat of summer. I can aver it's the simple things that bring joy in one's life.
  1:48pm kat330:

Oh, wow... sad, sad....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm Amanda:

@Daniel -- What kind words! Thanks for that, and thanks for listening.

Kat -- yep, the Rottweiler job sounds like my life, heh
  1:49pm northguineahills:

This Charlie Ross song is so creepy.
  1:50pm Van in DC:

Yes, the simple things. Like, for example, a couch. Which I'll finally have tomorrow for the first time in three years. SOO looking forward to that!
  1:50pm kat330:

Swingin' '70s -- so sad...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Amanda:

@northguineahills, that shows you're paying attention. :-)
  1:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Yep, was very sure I'd heard this from Joe McGasko before--this type of country is right up his alley! :)
  1:51pm kat330:

Yes, ngh, couldn't agree more. Somehow I thankfully missed it in original radio play.
  1:53pm kat330:

@Van: Guess the mere thought of your new sofa has made you very typographically creative today. :)
  1:55pm Van in DC:

ha, yes :)

Ironically, kat, you were quite right before about all my moving. SO much so over the past three years that I still have virtually everything I own in storage in Atlanta...for three years now. Including kitchen table and couch.
  1:58pm kat330:

So are you in the witness protection program or somethin'? I should talk. I once counted just under 40 household moves in my lifetime. No fun whatsoever. One of the high stressors.
  2:00pm Van in Arlington:

Who, me? nahhh, just move a lot :)
  2:00pm kat330:

Tell us a story, Amanda!!
  2:01pm Van in Falls Church:

40? Wow! That's a lot!
  2:03pm Matt from Springfield:

All segues should be *crisp*: cleaned, AND starched as well.
  2:03pm kat330:

A ridiculous lot. And since we still rent -- never owned in my life -- clearly there is at least one more move yet to come, sigh. I read something about a woman in Manhattan who lived *in the same apartment for over 100 years" ! Can't fathom that.
  2:06pm G:

@kat: I'm guessing the rent control laws caused that. Back in the 1940s-80s, once people got a way below market rent in NYC, they almost only ever left feet first...
  2:07pm Van from Texas:

I owned just once kat...a huge McMansion in a northern ATL suburb which I ended up foreclosing on when I was laid off years ago...three years ago...which started my current migrations...
  2:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Really? Even out in presumably less expensive Indiana? It would be a good investment to buy something rather than pay rent forever, but without a down payment it's impossible to take that first step...
  2:09pm Skirkie:

I thought you meant that Wolfie was nominated for a bunch of awards, and that it was good for Wolfie's career, as a dog.
  2:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: Parlaying a swell dogsitting gig into a swell housesitting gig! Way to go!
  2:10pm Van who was in Dallas:

That's what I thought also
  2:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@Skirkie: Nowadays even dogs can't neglect their professional development you know... ;)
  2:12pm kat330:

@Matt: The story is too long and boring on why my timing and the rest of the economy is never in sync. When it actually became feasible to buy, we would have been way over our heads, so glad we dodged that bullet. Then when my parents passed within a year of each other, I certainly didn't want to buy because I want to *get out of here* -- but Philo's FT keeps us here. Caught in a weird economic trap.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm Amanda:

Wolfie is up for a bunch of awards in: cuteness, eccentricity, being a little bastard, food solicitation
  2:14pm SteveL:

Listening to stay awake during a Webinar. (got a nice nap yesterday!)
  2:16pm kat330:

We recently watched the Pixies' doc, loudQUIETloud.
  2:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Like this Frank Black--his "voice" is a lot like Springsteen.

The Doggie Food Solicitation Awards -- I'd much rather watch that on TV than the Westminster Dog Show! Trying to determine which dog is the best at "soliciting" food. Points for: subtlety, sneakiness, originality, cuteness of approach, and speed in procuring the food :)
  2:18pm kat330:

You guys getting any rain up there, SteveL? We're not as drought-y as points west and north of us, but we sure could use more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:20pm Amanda:

Welcome, SteveL! Hope you are not lulled to sleep by this stuff.
  2:23pm kat330:

For you, Van! ;)
  2:24pm Van back in DC:

Yay! :)
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

  2:28pm Van back in DC:

oh before I forget, I left you a note on Doug's playlist from yesterday, kat :) (caught up on archive this morning)
  2:29pm kat330:

Ah, OK. On my way...
  2:32pm kat330:

Yes, somehow or other I'd heard you were a clean mouth. But knowing dc pat can sure have a potty mouth -- hey, so can I, much more in real life than on the boards here -- I guessed DC correctly. [BTW, that question was from the WhadYaKnow WPR online.]
  2:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Groovy cover--love the Meters in general, but this in particular is top notch!
  2:34pm kat330:

Kinks! Maybe I've written it here before, but the first single I can recall buying as a barely teen was the Kinks' "All Day..."
  2:40pm listener james from westwood:

aaaa stupid conference calls ... will look forward to listening to this show in a single shot from archives. gotta get those calls moved out of gtdr time!
  2:41pm Van in DC:

So I'm "working from home" tomorrow due to couch delivery. Hmmm. I sense an impending nap coming my way...after couch touch down :)
  2:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh, I've heard this song before, but didn't know the Detroit Cobras did it.
  2:44pm kat330:

That one Breakaway riff there reminds me of the Waitresses.
  2:49pm Doug S.:

I feel bad for the poor conference calls. They spend so much time away from home. Hard working and little appreciated. At least their mums love 'em, eh?
  2:50pm northguineahills:

Got some breathing room w/ my benefits being extended. Now I can go back to focusing on my freelance proposal (working on a new paradigm for aggregating crowd-sourced spatial data), since the traditional path to employment isn't bearing fruit.
  2:51pm Van in DC:

Amanda, which show will you be filling in for, with the soul stuff?
  2:53pm kat330:

So many good people un- and underemployed. Hey, ngh, I'll be thinking positive thoughts and send them your way }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
  2:54pm Danne D:

will have to recatch the last hour or so as I got pulled away :(

Thanks for all you do Amanda :D
  2:54pm SteveL:

Kat (sneaking away from training) we've had 2-3 good rains in the past week and a half. Not so drought-y now, although corn crops are pretty well shot.
  2:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Best of luck with that NGH!
I suppose you would work with companies' user-submitted spatial data from their apps, and organize that into something they can use?
  2:56pm Danne D:

  2:56pm northguineahills:

Thanks kat! I appreciate it!
Amanda, you filled my afternoon w/ joy as always.!
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Alright! Downtown Scenarioulville!
I'll make sure to listen in!
  2:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Am I correct in guessing your concluding bed music is an instrumental of "Alone Again, Naturally"?
  2:58pm Van in DC:

Thanks Amanda!
  2:59pm kat330:

Thank you for a tops top-o'-the-month Scenario, Amanda!

For some reason, I really feel like taking a nap now... G'bye, folks, and enjoy some simple pleasures! :)
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Fantastic show as always Amanda! Thank you much!
  2:59pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

BLERG! Just woke up. :rollseyes:
  3:01pm northguineahills:

@Matt: Yes, However, it's not just the data captured, but the units in which it is aggregated. As someone who worked for the Census Bureau for 4 years, I always felt that the census block was inadequate for representing and analyzing demographic and other spatial data.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm Amanda:

Haha, nice of you to join us, BGZ. (Taps foot)

Thanks all of you for your enthusiasm! MfS, yes, that is some strung out on Gilbert O'Sullivan. See you guys soon. Love, Amanda
  3:01pm North Fork:

Wonderful show Amanda!
  9:30am Lizardner Dave:

My favorite Thursday morning show since I still can't listen to the alternate streams at work....but grateful for the archives.
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