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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
Rudy & GoGo  GoGo Para Presidente   Options     1996    YouTube  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Cowboy Mouth  Free Country   Options Cowboys and Indians  Throbbing Lobster  1986  LP    0:05:20 (Pop‑up)
Nazz  Only One Winner   Options Nazz III    1971  CD    0:08:48 (Pop‑up)
Randy Newman  Political Science   Options Sail Away  WB/Rhino  orig 1972  CD    0:11:42 (Pop‑up)
Dave Withers  Here Comes the King   Options Work Songs    2001  CD    0:13:42 (Pop‑up)
Badfinger  Constitution   Options Ass  Apple  1973  LP    0:15:49 (Pop‑up)
The Genies  (Does) Anybody Here Know How to Pray?   Options   Ronn  1971  7"    0:18:46 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  The Times They Are A-Changin'   Options The Times They Are A-Changin'  Columbia  1964  CD    0:22:08 (Pop‑up)
Barry Adamson  Come Hell or High Water   Options As Above So Below  Mute  1998  CD    0:36:10 (Pop‑up)
Kelley Stoltz  Put My Troubles To Sleep   Options Circular Sounds  Sub Pop  2008  CD    0:40:58 (Pop‑up)
Elf Power  The Winter Is Coming   Options The Winter Is Coming  Orange Twin  2000  CD    0:44:46 (Pop‑up)
The Figgs  Public Transportation   Options Slow Charm  Earsmile  2002  CD    0:48:06 (Pop‑up)
The Association  Bring Yourself Home   Options Stop Your Motor  WB  1971  LP    0:51:28 (Pop‑up)
The Box Tops  Trains and Boats and Planes   Options The Letter/Neon Rainbow  Bell  1968  LP    0:56:23 (Pop‑up)
Cherry People  Girl on the Subway   Options s/t  Heritage  1968  LP    0:58:54 (Pop‑up)
Natural Child  Gas Station   Options   Almost Ready  2011  7"    1:01:32 (Pop‑up)
Deaf School  Capaldi's Cafe   Options That's Not Punk You F**king Poseur: Martha's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium      CD    1:14:01 (Pop‑up)
X-Ray Spex  Germ Free Adolescents (demo)   Options Obsessed With You: The Early Years    released 1991  CD    1:18:08 (Pop‑up)
The Selecter  Out On the Streets   Options Too Much Pressure  Chrysalis  1980  LP    1:21:25 (Pop‑up)
The Suburbs  Urban Guerrilla   Options Big Hits of Mid-America Volume 3 (V/A)  Twin Tone  1979  LP    1:25:43 (Pop‑up)
Cheap Trick  On Top of the World   Options Heaven Tonight  Epic  1978  LP    1:28:35 (Pop‑up)
Dr. Janet  Starry Eyes   Options   Ringers Lactate  1990  7"    1:31:58 (Pop‑up)
ELO  The Lights Go Down   Options Time  Jet  1981  CD    1:36:11 (Pop‑up)
The Jim Carroll Band  City Drops Into Night   Options Catholic Boy  Atco  1980  LP    1:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Lou Reed  Coney Island Baby   Options Walk on the Wild Side: The Best of Lou Reed  BMG  orig 1975  CD    1:54:29 (Pop‑up)
Blondie  Heroes (live)   Options Eat To the Beat (2001 reissue)  EMI    CD    2:00:58 (Pop‑up)
fIREHOSE  The Red and the Black   Options Live Totem Pole EP  Sony  1992  CD    2:07:03 (Pop‑up)
The Loose Rails  Hey Girl   Options Jerk EP (2 singles)  Prospective  1991  7"    2:10:31 (Pop‑up)
Jet Staxx  I'm Gonna Be the Best Guy   Options   Sing Sing  2012  7"    2:13:16 (Pop‑up)
The Searchers  When You Walk in the Room   Options           2:23:30 (Pop‑up)
Millie Small  My Boy Lollipop   Options   Smash  1964  7"    2:25:53 (Pop‑up)
The Cowsills  Walk Away Renee   Options The Cowsills in Concert  MGM    LP    2:28:01 (Pop‑up)
Fish & Roses  Monks Hate You   Options   Ajax    7"    2:30:19 (Pop‑up)
Ray Charles  Come Rain or Come Shine   Options The Genius of Ray Charles  Atlantic    LP    2:34:11 (Pop‑up)
BJRE  In the Mood   Options Just Beautiful  no label  1974  LP    2:37:41 (Pop‑up)
Les Paul & Mary Ford  How High the Moon   Options   Capitol  orig 1951  7"    2:41:20 (Pop‑up)
Wilco  Ashes of American Flags   Options Yankee Hotel Foxtrot  Nonesuch  2002  CD    2:43:59 (Pop‑up)
Marshall Crenshaw  Walk Away Renee   Options         YouTube  2:48:07 (Pop‑up)
Merilee Rush & the Turnabouts  Angel of the Morning   Options   Bell  1968  10"    2:50:56 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday, amanda and all scenarians!
  12:03pm listener james from westwood:

i don't have the constitution to listen to ken's updates just yet. will do so after a bit more caffeine as the archive goes up. will instead celebrate here before confronting wfmu's reality.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm Amanda:

That sounds good to me, LJfW. I myself have been seesawing between reality and distraction pretty rapidly. (What's new?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm Amanda:

PS: Vote Goat 2016!
  12:05pm joe:

'ello folks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm Amanda:

'ello Joe!
  12:16pm listener james from westwood:

hmmm ... 2016 ... hillary and andrew cuomo? hillary and joe biden? hillary and elizabeth warren? nah, it's gotta be a clinton-knope ticket.
  12:18pm Skirkie:

We have an influx of people from our shore office hogging all the bandwidth so I'm listening exclusively on the phone now.
  12:18pm Skirkie:

Not that it makes a difference.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm Amanda:

I'm pleased/touched by your dedication, Skirkie.
  12:31pm marchand:

it's never just any goat
  12:33pm Carmichael:

Hey Amanda, hey everyone. Good to hear good things again.
  12:35pm Carmichael:

Hey, you played Nazz! I just saw Todd Rundgren on Saturday night. Fun, fun, fun!
  12:35pm joe:

BArry Mills who was one creator of Ruddy and GoGo was at times a producer for Space Ghost Coast to Coast as well as doing voice work for ATHF and Sealab 2012. He also produced the Bob Clampett show and The Popeye show being responsible for restoring many cartoons to their orginal format.
  12:37pm listener james from westwood:

goddamn, sorry to hear about the ichiban stream. was wonderful for parties. sad to have djs stranded sans a channel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38pm Amanda:

Cool! Thanks for that info, joe -- I knew there was some connection but, as usual, was a little muddy on my facts. Rudy & GoGo is very much worth everybody's YouTube-hunting time.

@Carmichael -- awesome! Lucky!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39pm Amanda:

LJfW -- they are able to do some remote programming, so the stream is not dead, but yeah I agree about those DJs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Amanda:

Here, I found this Rudy and GoGo excerpt:
  12:55pm Uncle Michael:

Nice playlist!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm Amanda:

Why thank yew.
  12:57pm joe:

The job he did on the Bob Clambett show was masterpiece work
  12:57pm listener james from westwood:

losing a regular show for any reason can't be pleasant.
this set has been my musical soulmate today. wow.
  1:01pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda & fellow reprobates.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm Amanda:

Nice to see you, Brian!
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

See you played an Apple record. Ever played a Zapple record? Dare I say their Freeform label.
  1:10pm Brian in UK:

'She's a little piece of leather & she's well put together' Any clues?
  1:11pm Jack:

checking in. hi everybody! how're you all doing?
  1:13pm Brian in UK:

With you on Kelley Stoltz. Saw him last year. Fab.
  1:14pm efd:

yay, Deaf School! yay, Amanda!
  1:15pm Uncle Michael:

This song reminds me of being not old.
  1:20pm Doug S.:

Aha! Finally back from parent-teacher conference. Ready to attend DJ-listener conference!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm Amanda:

Hi Doug! Please don't complain about my grade-grubbing. Hi efd! Hope all is OK with your house, cats, etc.

Jack -- we are very fine, can't you tell?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:25pm Amanda:

Brian -- I have never played a Zapple record, but that's not to say I never will.
  1:26pm efd:

Thanks Amanda, we were very fortunate - no damage or flooding at all; just had to deal with power being out for about six days.
  1:26pm Uncle Michael:

Doug, do you think Amanda is working up to her potential?
  1:32pm Administator:

We just can't have these slacker students bringing down our school metrics. :P
  1:33pm Uncle Michael:

Records! Yesss...
  1:33pm Uncle Michael:

Who is Dr. Janet? This is cool. I'm learning things.
  1:33pm Doug S.:

What're you guys talking about? Amanda is the teacher and we are the students. I slipped my granny smith on her desk when I shuffled in.
  1:35pm Carmichael:

Aahh, the Records. I was in Korea when Starry Eyes came out. With no radio or TV, I bought the LP based solely on the cover. When we listened to it, my friends looked at me strangely, as if to say, "Should I like this?" I eventually came around to the great album it is.
  1:35pm Uncle Michael:

I've been listening to Kursaal Flyers and reading Will Burch's Ian Dury biography. I guess I have The Records on the brain.
  1:35pm Granny Smith:

Got it made, got it made, got it made, I'm hot fer teacher
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:36pm Amanda:

I guess you could call Dr. Janet a supergroup? Anyway, I'll talk about them soon...
  1:42pm Brian in UK:

@Uncle Michael Have you read 'No Sleep 'til Canvey Island' by Will Birch?
  1:43pm efd:

Sounds like a supergroup to me!
  1:44pm Uncle Michael:

@Brian, I ordered a copy from a bookseller in the UK back in September and I just emailed them to ask them wtf? ;-)
  1:45pm joe:

I don't feel tardy
  1:50pm Carmichael:

Good ol' 80s sax.
  1:54pm Granny Smith:

let's hear it for unsafe sax!!!
  1:54pm Doug S.:

You know, some might say that WFMU, via Give the Drummer Radio's model for remote radio/streamcasting, has pioneered a new path for broadcasting. When WFMU went dark, both its transmitters down, its phone lines dead, a mountain of critical equipment fried by the flickering brownout of power before the shvitz hit the fan — in the middle of all this calamity, WFMU was able to get its broadcast up and running via the Drummer Stream's streaming capability.

With my huge digital library and the ability to DJ from my home studio, I was able to help the station get back on the air about 14 hours after the station went off the air.

Your past support for WFMU and Give the Drummer Radio are what made this able to happen. For that I say THANK YOU.

Now it is time to come to our aid again. A critical piece of equipment, one which allows me at GTDR HQ here in Pittsburgh connect remotely to the stream's hardware/software back at WFMU has been destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. For now we have to manual coordinate the hook-up in a fashion that is not sustainable over the long term. Your contributions will IMMEDIATELY PROVIDE FUNDS FOR REPAIRING THIS VITAL PIECE OF EQUIPMENT.

That is all. (Sorry I shouted.)
  1:55pm Carmichael:

Dr. Janet info I found: "Dr. Janet. Spearheaded by Gary Lee, the group was further bolstered with axe/bass slinger Matt Sweeney of the then active Skunk (who you really should check out), and in years to come, Chavez and Zwan. Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan also straps on a bass, while drummer Lyle R. Hysen, formerly of Das Damen fleshes out the ranks. For better or worse, Dr. Janet's "Ten Years Gone" ain't the Zeppelin tune, but "Starry Eyes" is The Records power-pop classic for the ages."
  1:59pm SteveL:

Dear GOD work is irritating. Just sitting down. Don't they know Amanda is on NOW?!
  1:59pm Work:

  2:01pm Carmichael:

Sounds like Mark Knopfler is playing guitar back there. But probably not.
  2:02pm SteveL:

No. really. I'm getting everything done. Please don't stop paying me.
  2:03pm Work:

Back to work, bub. Listen to anything, but FUCKING WORK. That is all.
  2:04pm SteveL:

I hear and obey oh kind provider.

[mumble, grumble, bitch]
  2:09pm Brian in UK:

@UM I did read it through the library. Airmail from UK to USA is 7-10 days usually. Poor service from the shop.
@Doug S I was wondering if there is an option for additional streaming to compliment the radio broadcasts; should have put that to Ken at his SoTS speech. Check your homepage, Doug, made a small deposit (the cleaners will tidy it up later)
  2:09pm Uncle Michael:

I just met this show but I think this show and I should go get coffee.
  2:11pm Uncle Michael:

@Brian I'll have to track down another copy. I've been burned.
  2:11pm Brian in UK:

@UM the show has several brothers, just thought I would mention that. Have you seen the old man?
  2:12pm Ricardo Montalban:

Dammit! Stuck in meetings until just now.
What did I miss?
  2:13pm Uncle Michael:

Rich Corinthian leather.
  2:13pm Doug S.:

A Sandy-sized surge of ecstatic pleasure — in the form of a FULL MOUSE PLEDGE from Brain in UK — has just arrived over at the GTDS playlist page.

Blown away.

Thanks (again) mate!
  2:14pm Brian in UK:

@UM Try this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm Amanda:

Wow!!!!!! Thank you amazingly much, Brian!
  2:16pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Brian. I'm pretty bummed that my $15 purchase was a scam.
  2:17pm Brain in KU:

@UM You might have to check out postage to USA.
  2:19pm Brain in KU:

@UM Can you retrieve the monies if paid by credit card?
  2:20pm Ricardo Montalban:

Yay, Brian!
  2:22pm Uncle Michael:

Paypal, Brian...and no.
  2:23pm Brain in KU:

Amanda, there is nothing like the smell of wet dog.
  2:23pm listener james from westwood:

way to go, brian!
  2:25pm Brain in KU:

Where did McGuinn get that guitar sound from?
  2:27pm Ricardo Montalban:

This song always melts my black little heart.
  2:27pm Fiveash:

Best one!
  2:28pm Brain in KU:

Beer o'clock, $205 dollars to the target & then some.
  2:31pm Uncle Michael:

@Brian, he got it from Rickenbacker. ;)

I never heard this live version of Rene before.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm Amanda:

I am kind of a sucker for Walk Away Renee in any form.
  2:33pm Brain in KU:

@UM Was Rick Enbacker in The Searchers? Thought it was Mike Pinder. Excuse the sad Brit humour.
  2:33pm SteveL:

Guessing you've sung along to Walk Away Renee in the past? Neat, following with Monks Hate You. Works for me.
  2:35pm Brain in KU:

Later folks, love the crackles, keeps it real like this station.
  2:38pm Uncle Michael:

@SteveL Love me some Left Banke...just never heard that (possibly fake) live version before!
  2:43pm Uncle Michael:

Pirate radio pioneer, Les Paul!
  2:43pm Ricardo Montalban:

For some reason, whenever I hear In The Mood, I seem to remember some David Lynchian moment. Didn't a character in Twin Peaks have some kind of freakout during that song?
  2:44pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm Amanda:

I'm sure I have sung along to it many times... and sung it to myself in the absence of any backing music...
  2:47pm Carmichael:

Ricardo, I believe Laura Palmer's dad flipped out while slow dancing to a big band song. I think it was Pennsylania 6-5000 or that stupid Mares Eat Oats song.
  2:49pm SteveL:

  2:49pm Ricardo Montalban:

You're right, Carmichael! Thanks to obsessive fan sites, I can look that up. It was Pennsylvania 6-5000 in one scene and in another he flips out doing a manic version of Mares Eat Oats...
  2:50pm Uncle Michael:

Nice choice, this...Amanda.
  2:50pm Ricardo Montalban:

Me and the missus went on a Twin Peaks binge this summer - she had never, ever seen the show before but we ended up sputtering out interest-wise very early in Season two.
  2:50pm Carmichael:

Nice find, Amanda!
  2:52pm listener james from westwood:

love love love "angel of the morning."
  2:52pm northguineahills:

82% of the time, Leland Palmer was freaking out in one way or another
  2:53pm Carmichael:

Ya Ricardo, it gets odder and odder. When Josie turned into a drawer knob, that was when the show jumped the shark.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm Amanda:

Me three!
  2:53pm Uncle Michael:

Do you all know the P.P. Arnold version of Angel?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm Amanda:

(re: AotM, I mean)
  2:54pm northguineahills:

Me and my ex (err..., current roommate) have gone through the series many of times..., One Halloween, she went as the Log Lady and I as her log...
  2:55pm Carmichael:

Not too many Yanks are familiar with PP Arnold. But I've heard that version.
  2:56pm Uncle Michael:

I'm a geek. I love that version.
  2:56pm Carmichael:

Oh, Big Jim Sullivan just passed away. He's responsible for (among many other things) the guitar solo to Alone Again Naturally.
  2:59pm Ricardo Montalban:

@Amanda: Someone once referred to scratchy records as sounding "well-loved" and it's always stuck with me. Probably owing to growing up with records, whenever I hear a fuzzy sounding record, the sound sort of endears me to it.
  2:59pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks for this show, amanda. reminds me of why fmu's so great.
  3:00pm Doug S.:

Be absolutely rock-solid sure to tune in to the Drummer Stream tomorrow at noon to enjoy another Busy Doing Nothing with Charlie Lewis.

Wish I could list all of the brilliant artists queued up on the stream to entertain you following Amanda's show, but Hurricane Sandy destroyed the equipment that allows me to access the stream remotely. So your guess is as good as mine.

Give the Drummer Radio runs 24 hours a day. Keep listening and enjoying!
  3:01pm Uncle Michael:

I wish GTDR had live shows all of the time.
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