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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 New Approx. start time
Le Indikation  Indikation Ye Ye   Options   Larsen  2002  7"      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Shocking Blue  Boll Weevil   Options At Home  Repertoire  orig 1969  CD      0:04:46 (Pop‑up)
Lucky Pierre  Muchacha Latina Today   Options   Banana  1984  7"      0:07:28 (Pop‑up)
Jonathan Richman  Our Swingin' Pad   Options Having a Party With Jonathan Richman  Rounder  1991  CD      0:10:57 (Pop‑up)
New York Dolls  Don't Mess With Cupid   Options Lipstick Killers  ROIR  orig 1981, rec 1972  CD      0:13:47 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Thunders  One Track Mind   Options You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory (d2)  Santcuary  1990  CD      0:16:51 (Pop‑up)
Tweety  Singing in the Bathtub   Options         YouTube    0:20:16 (Pop‑up)
R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders  Singing in the Bathtub   Options Singing in the Bathtub  Shanachie  1993  CD      0:21:10 (Pop‑up)
Marshall Crenshaw  Cynical Girl (live)   Options Live at the Stone Pony, Asbury Park NJ  King Biscuit Flower Hour  2001  CD      0:24:05 (Pop‑up)
The Shirts  Teenage Crutch   Options s/t  Capitol  1978  LP      0:27:02 (Pop‑up)
Six Finger Satellite  Massive Cocaine Seizure   Options   Sub Pop    7"      0:37:27 (Pop‑up)
Dinosaur Jr.  I Don't Think So   Options Without a Sound  Sire/Reprise  1994  CD      0:39:33 (Pop‑up)
The Donner Party  John Wilkes Booth   Options s/t  Cryptovision  1987  LP      0:43:18 (Pop‑up)
The Frogs  All This Grey   Options Count Yer Blessingz  The Frogs    CD    *   0:48:01 (Pop‑up)
The Mice  When Tiffany Cries   Options Scooter  St. Valentine  1988  LP      0:49:51 (Pop‑up)
The Sea and Cake  Leeora   Options The Biz  Thrill Jockey  1995  CD      0:54:06 (Pop‑up)
Silkworm  Couldn't You Wait   Options New School/Old School  Matador  1997  CD      0:58:29 (Pop‑up)
Helen Love  Rockaway Beach For Me, Heartbreak Hotel For You   Options Radio Hits  Damaged Goods  1994  CD      1:02:08 (Pop‑up)
The Sullivan School kindergarten class  Judy is a Punk   Options         YouTube    1:04:15 (Pop‑up)
Ty Segall Band  I Bought My Eyes   Options Slaughterhouse  In The Red    CD    *   1:13:25 (Pop‑up)
Terry Riley  G Song   Options Les Yeux Fermés & Lifespan  Elision Fields  2007  CD      1:16:50 (Pop‑up)
The Clean  Yellow Man   Options Odditties  Five Four-O  rec 1980-82  LP    *   1:19:53 (Pop‑up)
Predator Prey  From the Inside of the World   Options   Avant God    7"      1:23:49 (Pop‑up)
The Blow  The Moon is There, I am Here   Options Bonus Album  K  2002  CD      1:26:52 (Pop‑up)
Miranda July  Hotel Voulez-Vous   Options 10 Million Hours a Mile  Kill Rock Stars  1997  CD      1:29:46 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello (as "Nick Lowe and his Sound")  (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love & Understanding   Options   Ada  1978  7"      1:34:17 (Pop‑up)
Nina Simone  Love's Been Good to Me   Options A Single Woman  WEA  1993  CD      1:47:28 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Louvin  Down By the Riverside   Options The Battles Rage On  True North  2010  CD      1:51:33 (Pop‑up)
John Prine  Everybody Wants to Feel Like You   Options The Missing Years  Oh Boy  1992  CD      1:54:32 (Pop‑up)
Jimmie Dale Gilmore  Treat Me Like a Saturday Night   Options "After Awhile"  Elektra  1991  CD      1:57:33 (Pop‑up)
Steve Earle  What's a Simple Man to Do?   Options Jerusalem  Artemis  2002  CD      2:01:03 (Pop‑up)
Holmes  Truck Driving Man   Options Free the Preacher  No label  2008  CD      2:03:25 (Pop‑up)
John Fahey  America   Options Death Chants, Breakdowns, and Military Waltzes  Takoma  1998  CD      2:06:24 (Pop‑up)
Cheater Slicks  Used Illusions   Options Live Vol. 2  Columbus Discount    LP    *   2:21:25 (Pop‑up)
The Purple Helmets  We Gotta Get Out of This Place   Options Ride Again  New Rose  1996  CD      2:25:21 (Pop‑up)
The Association  Come On In   Options Birthday  WB  1968  LP      2:29:23 (Pop‑up)
Wadsworth Mansion  What's On Tonight   Options   Sussex  1970  7"      2:32:11 (Pop‑up)
1-800-Band  Tropical Meds   Options s/t  Slow Gold Zebra    LP    *   2:34:36 (Pop‑up)
The Vogues  Woman Helping Man   Options   Reprise  1966  7"      2:37:51 (Pop‑up)
Norman Rockwell  "Norman Rockwell reminisces" (part 2)   Options My Adventures as an Illustrator    1960  7"  Saturday Evening Post book/record    2:41:31 (Pop‑up)
The Drifters  When My Little Girl Is Smiling   Options The Very Best Of The Drifters  Rhino  1993  7"      2:48:17 (Pop‑up)
Nat King Cole  Straighten Up & Fly Right   Options             2:56:04 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:00pm Carmichael:

Hi Amanda, after two weeks away on vacation and a birthday to boot, I'm all ears. Well, MOSTLY ears ...
  12:01pm northguineahills:

Happy post-bday delirium, Carmichael.
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

happy belated birthday, carmichael!
welcome back, amanda, and howdy all!
  12:02pm john:

  12:03pm Carmichael:

THanks NGH, delirium isn't the descriptive I used. More like "depression". Or "resignation" ...
  12:06pm North Fork:

Yay Amanda.
  12:07pm northguineahills:

I have to admit I haven't felt too much different about my last 14 bdays (although hangovers get slowly more annoying), but I only do shindigs for my odd year bdays any more.
  12:09pm Doug S.:

Happy birthday to Carmichael. Happy Amanda Day to all!
  12:10pm northguineahills:

Today's Google doodle is for Julia Child's 100th. Purty damn awesome. Might dig out a few of her LPs (I have cooking LPs and children's stories narrated by her).
  12:11pm kat330:

Happy Birthday, dear Carmie, happy birthday to you!
Ooops, getting interrupted by stream?
  12:11pm Doug S.:

Lot of rebuffering of the stream over here. Is anyone else having problems?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm ?:

Hey Carmichael, and HB! Hope this satisfies all your b'day wishes. Big greetings to northguibneahills, North Fork, lJfW, john, and Doug... get into it...
  12:12pm kat330:

Hi, Amanda and Doug, ngh and LJfW and John. Oh, and North Fork!
  12:14pm Carmichael:

Is the stream down?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14pm Amanda:

Whoa, I was that anonymous person back there. Sorey. Hi kat330!
  12:15pm Carmichael:

OK, got it back. Strange ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Amanda:

The stream looks fine from my end. Is anyone else having trouble?
  12:15pm kat330:

It was interrupted a couple of time when I was singing your birthday song up there, but it's cooperating fine for me now.
  12:16pm Carmichael:

Thanks for the Bday wishes, everyone.
  12:16pm Doug S.:

When the stream rebuffering is too frequent, it knocks Amanda off momentarily and reverts back to the stream's pre-programmed queue of tracks. That happened a coupla times during the Lucky Pierre track, but all's been cool since Jonathan Richman kicked in.
  12:17pm kat330:

Richman always brings back the cool.
  12:18pm listener james from westwood:

the modern lovers are noted for their tech-support powers.
  12:20pm kat330:

This is a bittersweet Scenario today....
  12:22pm SteveL:

Back from vacation, back to live listening. I'll take the hiccups! Its what makes real radio great.
  12:23pm northguineahills:

I need to vary my diet, I'm starting to smell like Mexican food. Back to chilled soba.
  12:24pm kat330:

Speaking of real radio, it's always a hoot for me whenever I post a comment exactly at 12:20. That was my dad's station's frequency. Still is but under new ownership now.
  12:24pm northguineahills:

Nice segue, Amanda!
  12:27pm kat330:

Always wondered about this song. I'm guessing he wants a cynical girl on the outside, but a hopeless romantic on the inside. :)
  12:27pm Carmichael:

I'm hearing They Might Be Giants as a good next song.
  12:33pm kat330:

A Tootsie Pop girl: Hard on the outside, gooey in the center.
  12:36pm listener james from westwood:

i can't count to three without thinking of the old tootsie pop ad where the owl counts the licks needed to get to the core of a pop.
  12:38pm kat330:

Probably less needed on a Tootsie Pop girl.
  12:40pm kat330:

Ooooh, sound of a motorcycle....a surprise, Philo's home at his lunch hour! [ttys]
  12:41pm northguineahills:

There can never be too much Dinosaur Jr.!
  12:44pm Carmichael:

This is the most melodic I've ever heard Mr. Jr. He's usually a screeching ball of metallic noise.
  12:53pm kat330:

Back. Hm, if the Donner Party had had Frogs and Mice to eat....

Speaking of the Frogs: I so thank FMU for introducing me to them. I've like everything I've heard. From a distance, All This Grey sounded at first a bit like George Harrison.
Can anyone recommend a solid Frogs LP to purchase as a start?
  12:55pm Brian in UK:

Is that the time. Hello Amanda & listener chums. Pertikulerly the west coast correspondent. How was Lake Tahoe, Mr C? Scintillating Scotoma day today.
  12:59pm Brian in UK:

Leeora puts me in mind of Leona in James Baldwin's Another Country which I have started reading for the first time just now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59pm Amanda:

Hi Brian in UK! Welcome back!

@kat330, you can try My Daughter the Broad as a gateway to everything Frogs. That was the one I first heard.
  1:00pm Carmichael:

Hello, Brian. Tahoe was brilliant, quiet and icy cold. Spencer's first foray into the wilderness. He claims it will be his last. Thanks for asking.
  1:00pm kat330:

Thanks, Amanda!

@Brian: Scotoma?
  1:03pm listener james from westwood:

i've dreamed of las vegas 3 times in the past 2 weeks. maybe i should set my sights instead on tahoe. brilliant, quiet, and icy cold sounds just about right. glad it went nicely.
  1:03pm Brian in UK:

@kat Visually impairing migraine. Great name eh!!
  1:04pm kat330:

Nice bass line on this cover.
  1:05pm kat330:

Oh, yikes, so sorry to hear that, Brian. :{ And here I was thinking it was some sort of region in the UK -- in or near Scotland.
  1:08pm Brian in UK:

Specialist says it is too much activity at the brain stem. That's a first for me. Or was it the brian stem!!! Good band name perchance.
  1:09pm kat330:

Adorable. :)

[The K-class and band name]
  1:10pm northguineahills:

Jeese, I've never been diagnosed w/ such, but I've had visually impaired migraines in the past, but thankfully it's been two years since I've had one (which coincided when I was working long hours).
  1:13pm kat330:

Yep, Amanda, my point about a bittersweet Scenario today.
  1:14pm listener james from westwood:

outstanding news on mike lupica stepping in!
  1:16pm kat330:

Wow, a quick AMZ check -- is it really possible that the Frogs LP is $44?! Is My Daughter the Broad at least a double LP? Or is it merely cashing in on tragedy? :[
  1:19pm Brian in UK:

@ngh It is accepted that these can be brought on by STRESS. Whatever that is. Used to be called poverty now it is inverted.
Think I need a beer after all that info share.
  1:20pm Brian in UK:

The eyes have it.
  1:21pm kat330:

Yes, I was just thinking that closed eyes are probably a good remedy for a migraine. Cheers [ clinking my coffee cup to your beer ] , Brian!
  1:24pm northguineahills:

Wow, never heard that Terry Riley, good pick, Amanda.

@Brian: Well, now I have a different type of stress which is the exact opposite of what my stressor used to be, as you well know. At least it hasn't precipitated any severe debilitating migraines. Get well, friend.
  1:25pm kat330:

Price is discouraging by am encouraged by this snippet of a review of MDtB: "Incredible music for the discerning fan. If you don't enjoy this disc then the problem is with YOU."
  1:27pm Brian in UK:

Thanks ngh, thinking of you.
These boys are having a rough time, guessing they are a metal band.
  1:30pm kat330:

Near Bath, eh? Brings to mind that nice Stonehenge scene in "Anvil," such a fine documentary.
  1:32pm northguineahills:

Miranda July is always a bundle of fun.
  1:34pm kat330:

If deep, rhythmic breathing doesn't do the job in relieving stress, humor should help.
  1:38pm Stanley:

Hello Amanda, hello everyone. Better late than never.
@Brian - I once had a horrible headache that lasted over a year. No kiddin'. After trying all sorts of remedies it turned out to be caused by bad neck and back as a result of YEARS of abuse at a desk in front of a computer. Still suffer but manageable with regular visits to the chiro.
  1:39pm listener james from westwood:

that's a whole flock of posh birds right there :)
  1:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Amanda! Hi everyone, particularly fellow latecomer Stanley!
  1:46pm kat330:

Matt! How was the reune?
  1:47pm Matt from Springfield:

It is a lot of info to absorb--that's why you should listen to this EVERY week, so you can always be reminded of what's on GTDR! :)

(I didn't see the playlist on the main page, so I thought you were off this week)
  1:48pm kat330:

Maybe I'm misremembering, Amanda, but it *seems* like more than a little rain falls on your radio days, even when taking over a Sunday shift.
  1:48pm Matt from Springfield:

It was very great kat! Almost everyone we hoped to come attended, wonderful weather and good times had by all! (Also got your nice note, thx!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm Amanda:

Hi Matt! Hi Stanley!
  1:49pm Brian in UK:

@Stanley 'years of abuse' sounds dodgy!! I can sympathise chiro/osteos do the job. I have a knot in my left shoulder; physios are light weight. I used to get headaches for years after concussion. Bundle of laughs. Enough info.
  1:51pm kat330:

A year on this Simone, Amanda? She sounds weak by comparison.
  1:51pm Brian in UK:

Loving the mix, Amanda. Gotta go do some cooking.
  1:53pm kat330:

Oh, see it now. Thanks.
  1:53pm Anchovy Paste:

Louvin the show today, Amanda.
  1:55pm kat330:

@Paste: Any relation to Ann Chovie from Ken's comments earlier today?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm Amanda:

Nice to see you, AP! Anchovies on pizza 4-EVA
  2:00pm john:

Ahhh...Jimmie Dale Gilmore. This album is so flippin' good. Been a long time. Thanks, Amanda!
  2:02pm Matt from Springfield:

I was just talking about anchovies--never had them on pizza, don't have a desire to, but as an adult I've taken to uncooked, salty anchovies out of the tin. They really are very salty and oily, but satisfying when that's what you want.
  2:03pm Doug S.:

Jimmie Dale! It HAS been too long. Thanks Amanda. (And N.E.P.* in my book.)

*Never enough Prine
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04pm Amanda:

I endorse N.E.P. as a tattoo
  2:06pm Carmichael:

Truck Drivin' Man was one of my high school band's most requested songs. We could tear that thing up.
  2:07pm kat330:

At least something the local public station can be counted on for is plenty of Prine, Gilmore and Earle.
  2:07pm kat330:

And My Morning Jacket, of course.
  2:08pm lewis:

great set!!
  2:08pm northguineahills:

Oh Fahey day!
  2:09pm northguineahills:

I make pasta sauce w/ tomatoes, anchovies, etc), and put them in a food processor. comes out very nice
  2:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Great guitaring from Fahey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm Amanda:

Hi lewis -- thanks y'all!
  2:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: John Prine's from the Ohio River valley, it would be a suitable fit, even a must-play for a native son.
  2:15pm kat330:

Yep. Lots of NRBQ, too. A local music hero died recently and just reading all about him in the Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO): Jason Noble of Rodan and other bands.
  2:18pm kat330:

Uh, Matt, where did you get that Prine is from the ORV? I knew his career started in Chicago, but wikipedia says he also was born just a few miles from Chicago.
  2:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Good folk block! You should play this stuff more often (not sure about others, but I'm always happy to hear it!)
  2:20pm kat330:

Now John Mellencamp is only 40 miles up the road from the valley here.

Love? It's all good, Amanda!
  2:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Mike Lupica! A-mazing!
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

I looked up Prine because of "Paradise", his parent/s grew up nearby in Kentucky and he learned about the former coal mining town from visits there. I wondered what state he grew up in, and didn't realize Maywood was all the way up in Chicago. Certainly an appreciation for the ORV, in any case.
  2:26pm kat330:

Yes, he feels like kin to me.
  2:27pm kat330:

Oooooh, love this tune!!
  2:28pm kat330:

You singing along, Amanda? :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30pm Amanda:

No, I'm too hungry to sing along.
  2:31pm kat330:

Awwww, feed the DJ someone!!
  2:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Gorgeous Association, never of this one!
  2:32pm lewis:

My Dad loved The Association. He also brought home Jethro Tull.
  2:32pm Matt from Springfield:

heard of, even.
  2:40pm listener james from westwood:

the hits coming pow-pow-pow out of this playlist make it hard for me to pick a spot during which to go down and get the mail!
  2:40pm Carmichael:

Now the Vogues are awesome. You're the One is another all-timer for me.
  2:41pm kat330:

Not a very Vogue sentiment post-feminism, heh! ;)
  2:44pm Doug S.:

I swear this still sounds like Arthur Godfrey.
  2:45pm Carmichael:

Maybe Norman will sing Slap Her Down Again, Doug!
  2:45pm kat330:

Very, very SMART waiter that was.
  2:46pm kat330:

And yes, Doug, I hear that, too.
  2:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Interesting spoken word from Norman R, his work is all over the place but I haven't heard him in his own words.
  2:54pm northguineahills:

See you when you get back, Amanda, great set as per usual!
  2:54pm Brian in UK:

Quick dip in. At least The Vogues was not 'Five O'Clock World' one of my bestest. A great yodelling record.
  2:55pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks, amanda, and have a wonderful maine vacation!
  2:55pm kat330:

Thank you for this happy/sad Scenario today, Amanda. Have more than a Mainely fine time with plenty of good eats! [And now, go get yourself some victuals, gal!]
  2:56pm Doug S.:

Don't forget to tune in to Charlie Lewis and Busy Doing Nothing, right here on the stream, tomorrow at noon.

Immediately following the almost officially on vacation AMANDA NAZARIO, will be these fine artists, on your 24-hour Drummer Stream:

Orquesta Don Ramon
Los Titanes
Mac Rybell
Dom Um e Jadir De Castro
Dick Gaughn
Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter
Billy Hughs & His Pals of the Pecos
Carl Smith
Brown's Ferry Four
Bill "Zekie" Browning
31st of February
Antonio González
Reggie Saddler
Boy Ken
Lata Mangeshkar
Jimmy Mundy
Cab Calloway
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis
Phillip Encobo
Generoso "Yojo" Jimenez
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  2:56pm Brian in UK:

Happy holidays. Byeeeee.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm Amanda:

Bye all! Thanks for listening!
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Bye Amanda! If I find any wooden nickels, I won't take them!

See ya everyone! Come back next week for the legendary Mike Lupica!
  3:00pm Carmichael:

Amanda, thank you for everything. Go have fun!
  9:42pm Jay:

John Prine's "The Missing Years" wiki here:


I immediately thought of "Jesus: The missing years".

Last track.
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