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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 November 28, 2012: (Not) Running On Empty
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
The Spinanes  Winter On Ice   Options Strand  Sub Pop  1996  Cassette      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Cadallaca  Winter Storm '98   Options Introducing Cadallaca  K  1998  Cassette      0:07:50 (Pop‑up)
The Juliana Hatfield Three  Everybody Loves Me But You   Options Hey Babe  Mammoth/Pgd  1992  CD      0:11:12 (Pop‑up)
Nick Lowe & his Cowboy Outfit  She Don't Love Nobody   Options The Rose of England  Columbia  1985  LP      0:14:50 (Pop‑up)
Dave Edmunds Band  I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock n' Roll) (live)   Options I Hear You Rockin'  Columbia  1987  LP      0:17:51 (Pop‑up)
Kepi Ghoulie  Running On Empty   Options American Gothic  Asian Man  2008  CD      0:21:01 (Pop‑up)
Cheap Time  Wildlife   Options   Douche Master  2008  7"      0:29:16 (Pop‑up)
Blitzen Trapper  Devil's a-Go-Go   Options Wild Mountain Nation  Lidkercow  2007  CD      0:30:51 (Pop‑up)
Dikes of Holland  Future Eyes   Options Braindead USA  Screamers    LP    *   0:33:42 (Pop‑up)
Avail  Simple Song   Options 4AM Friday  Lookout!  1996  CD      0:35:50 (Pop‑up)
Orange Juice  Tender Object   Options Coals to Newcastle  Domino  orig 1982  CD      0:39:01 (Pop‑up)
Jesus and Mary Chain  Happy When It Rains   Options             0:43:41 (Pop‑up)
The Oranges Band  OK Apartment   Options All Around  Lookout!  2003  CD      0:46:31 (Pop‑up)
Blur  Coffee and TV   Options     1999        0:49:51 (Pop‑up)
Roué  Some Future, Some Despair   Options Totally Fucking Totally EP  Exit Stencil  2007  10"      1:04:32 (Pop‑up)
Broken Water  Seaside (excerpt)   Options Seaside and Sedmikrasky  no label    LP    *   1:09:26 (Pop‑up)
Eugene Chadbourne  You Can't Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd   Options 198666 (EP)  Ralph  1986  7"      1:16:44 (Pop‑up)
Beach House  D.A.R.L.I.N.G.   Options Devotion  Carpark  2008  CD      1:19:00 (Pop‑up)
Victor Jara & Los Blops  El Derecho De Vivir En Paz   Options             1:22:08 (Pop‑up)
Neil Diamond  Walk on Water   Options Moods  MCA  orig 1972  CD      1:26:46 (Pop‑up)
Protein 21 commercial  "The Frizzy Blues"   Options             1:37:55 (Pop‑up)
7-11 promo  "Strange Things That Happen to People Who Slurp at the 7-11"   Options       7"      1:39:26 (Pop‑up)
Katy Webster  Eldorado Katy   Options Tunes That Name: Downtown Soulville's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium            1:43:38 (Pop‑up)
Javelin  Me Thing Drawing Me   Options         from xlr8r.com    1:46:47 (Pop‑up)
Cut Chemist  Outro (Revisited)   Options   A Stable Sound   2012  7"      1:49:02 (Pop‑up)
Herman's Hermits  Dandy   Options   MGM  1966  7"      1:51:48 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:52am listener james from westwood:

can i get a whole-station tail-wag going here? congrats, amanda and wfmu!!!
  11:59am Carmichael:

It's a Wednesday Wagfest®! Hi Amanda, looking forward to some jaunty tunes!
  12:01pm Brian in UK:

It's the springtime of my life
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Anchovy Paste:

Go Amanda go, go! Go!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm Amanda:

Hey lJfW, Carmichael, Brian, and Anchovy! I'm so so so so happy that we raised the dough. Let's listen to lots of non-money-related-programming to celebrate.
  12:05pm Brian in UK:

When are we having 8 Track Day?
PS Hello all.
  12:08pm Carmichael:

Do you have a spring in your step today, Brian?
  12:08pm Brian in UK:

You do know until you are in the brown & tacky who has the wherewithall & friendship to drag you out of it.
  12:08pm Matt from Springfield:

The Summer of Love is now the Autumn of Wag!

Hey Amanda and everyone! Glad to be listening with you, and to see the whole station meet its goal. Thanks to the kind listener who put us over the mark, as well as all of you kind listeners who got us to that mark to begin with!
  12:11pm Brian in UK:

Well Carmichael I was just commentating on the opening theme, I am more last day of summer. Just taken Spencer for a walk, cold Northerly winds cutting thru like a knife. Trust all is well with you.
  12:11pm listener james from westwood:

i am so in love with my fellow listeners right now. not restraining-order love. less creepy than that.
  12:12pm listener james from westwood:

90s ladies getting some re-spek this afternoon. dig it.
  12:13pm Uncle Michael:

Morning Drumheads
  12:13pm Brian in UK:

@Matt I believe it was Emile of Netherlands.
  12:13pm Digital Judge:

That's good, Mr. from Westwood, otherwise you would be ordered to stay at least 50 characters away from other commenters at all times.
  12:13pm Uncle Michael:

I can't count how many times in the '90s I called my brother and Julianna answered the phone. True story.
  12:14pm Brian in UK:

Hey UM. Did Will Birch arrive?
  12:14pm Carmichael:

Yep, everything is AOK out here in NorCal, except for the monster storm rolling in about now.
  12:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Awesome Brian! Such love from the Netherlands lately (BAS!!)
Afternoon, Michael!
  12:15pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Doug Schulkind:

Magnificent effort everyone! More than at any time in its history, WFMU, during the past few weeks, was SAVED by fundraising.

Saved by our listeners.

  12:16pm Matt from Springfield:

I love this Nick Lowe one! Never knew the title or album till now. TY Amanda!
  12:17pm Brian in UK:

Step up Doug and take a big hand. Dreamin' of Streamin' in the evening.
  12:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: We LOVE the station, and want to preserve what we love.
I have no shame in proclaimin' it!
  12:21pm Carmichael:

I love all things Rockpile/Dave Edmunds/Nick Lowe.
  12:23pm Hugo:

The FMU collective did it again! Thanks to all and sundry!
  12:23pm Ricardo Montalban:

@Carmichael: Me too, and relatively recently been digging it esp. more, for some reason, with a side of early E. Costello.
Nostalgia? I don't know.
  12:23pm kat330:

Hello, Amanda, and long lost Nazarians!

(@Brian: I left the fxo playlist before I saw your note to me. I left a reply some hours later. :)
  12:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm, Ricardo: No clue why Nick Lowe and 80s Dave Edmunds is so neglected on commercial radio; I've learned most of what I know about Nick's long, productive history from FMU, and from Amanda here in particular. Michael Shelley had a great interview with him recently.
  12:27pm Jamin ta80:

I've been listening to the Dave Edmunds version of "Almost Saturday Night" every Friday night for years straight...
  12:27pm Uncle Michael:

Congrats to WFMU and all of us. I have to dash to work but I'll get on and explain about Julianna taking my calls from there. You'll all learn how pathetically I anjoy basking in reflected light.
  12:28pm Brian in UK:

@Matt he was very modest, rating his albums 6/7 out of 10. Hard to judge your own work.
  12:28pm kat330:

Speaking of Michael Shelley, I noticed he has a great lineup this Saturday. I've been a Shearer "Le Show" listener from just about the inception.

And the Lowe on Shelley reminds me of the "Shelley, My Love" earworm I've had for the past couple of weeks. Such a sweet little tune I used to croon to my cat, Shelley.
  12:29pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Afternoon! (Sometimes I think that name sounds like the "Nazarenes"!)

Great news Amanda! Now you don't need to bundle up so snugly.
  12:31pm kat330:

@Matt: Yeah, after I looked at it, I thought it better Nazarions, but I like Nazarenes, or maybe, to distinguish, Nazareens?
  12:31pm Hugo:

Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe. That goes back to Love Sculpture and Brinsley Schwarz. Anyone recall Sabre Dance? A big hit in the UK back in the day.
  12:32pm Brian in UK:

@kat my wife had a cat with the same name, long afore Nick the Knife.
  12:34pm kat330:

Yes, Brian, we both tried to get Shelley to play the tune, IIRC. No dice.
  12:36pm Brian in UK:

@Hugo I might have been here before. I recall John Peel playing it on Top Gear & enjoying it so much he played it again later. Freeform. It is one of those tunes like Purple Haze, the first time you hear it the world changes ever so slightly.
  12:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Dennis Diken would like "the Nazareens"! But like most shows without an "official" nickname for fans, I use several different ones. Sometimes Scenarians works well.

@Hugo: LOVE that version! I tell Joe McGasko (who plays the all 45s segment "Single File") to be on the lookout for the orig 45 of that--would be great for SF!
  12:39pm Hugo:

Before Sabre Dance, there was this one which I managed to find second-hand. Back then, of course, everybody was doing da blooze:

  12:40pm Carmichael:

Yes Hugo, Love Sculpture were great in their day. And Brinsley Schwarz had some great solo songs as well. I saw him with Nick Lowe probably 15 years ago.
  12:41pm listener james from westwood:

@matt: question mark and the scenarians?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm Amanda:

Hi kat330, glad to see you back! @Uncle Michael -- you are probably gone by now, but that does sound like an interesting story.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm Doug Schulkind:

So glad you're heat's back, Amanda. Through thick and thin, you've been radiating it every Wednesday nonstop!
  12:46pm kat330:

Thanks, Amanda! I've been listening a lot of the time, just off the boards. Waded back in with Doug last night, and the Water felt fine. :)

Hey, Doug! Your wife off to the South Pacific yet?
  12:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@LJFW: That would be great if Amanda was doing a theme program--she plays 96 short songs of a common theme, and thus that show would be "96 Cheers! by Question Mark and the Scenarians"! ;)
  12:49pm Brian in UK:

@Hugo Produced by Kingsley Ward, co-owner of Rockfield but recorded at Abbey Road
  12:50pm kat330:

How synchronistic to be eating a clementine during this set with Orange Juice and The Oranges Band -- refreshing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm Doug Schulkind:

Jessie's car to the airport is due in about 2 hours. Then it's par-tay!

  12:53pm kat330:

Yeah, I just bet! Your daughter will keep you on the straight and narrow.
  12:54pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda . Kat, Doug, everyone!
  12:55pm Hugo:

@Brian: And the sleeve made by Garrod & Lofthouse (by appointment).
  12:55pm Brian in UK:

South Pacific, not a big fan of musicals. Younger than Springtime, gayer than Laughter. Odd lyrics.
  12:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: Then, it's Paul Ngozi blaring at all hours!
Well, that's basically your house now, but with the Mrs. gone you can now turn it up from 4 to 5!
  12:57pm Brian in UK:

Yes Hugo, noticed that, takes me back.
  12:57pm Uncle Michael:

I'll bring the Belgian brew, Doug.
  12:58pm kat330:

Yo, Bob of the frozen tundra!
  12:58pm Brian in UK:

Lord Tangerine of Satsuma.
  12:59pm Hugo:

Which reminds me of: Did you come here for pleasure or did you bring your wife? (translated from Swedish)
  1:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: A LIVE, and LIVING show!
  1:01pm kat330:

@Brian: Aww, some are awwwwesome. Amanda's bed music from "Annie" is always a joy to hear IMO. "Gay" is used liberally in B-way musicals, like in "Camelot": "It's mad, it's gay, a libelous display" ("Lusty Month of May")
  1:03pm 'Titus' Oates:

Time to raise a glass to all who support this modest radio station. I might be some time.
  1:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Why oh why hasn't angel wafted down from heaven with a full-on Give the Drummer Radio blog page? Tell me why?
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

There's a party in heaven tonight.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm Amanda:

@Doug -- are you gonna start one?
  1:06pm Uncle Michael:

Because Wordpress is very expensive and very difficult?
  1:07pm Uncle Michael:

In heaven...everything is fine.
  1:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Therese and Julie usually play that during their first shows in May! The rhymes in "Lusty Month of May" are truly from a golden age of musicals!

"The time for every frivolous whim / Proper or im!"
"When all the world is brimming with fun / Wholesome or un!" :D
  1:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@Brian: They play a lot of Sparks, because theirs is the No. 1 song in Heaven.
  1:10pm kat330:

Yes, Matt, I loved those lines when I sang them on stage! :)
  1:10pm Doug Schulkind:

I've wanted to start one for two years. All I need is someone to design it, someone to maintain it, and many to provide content for it. I asked my cats to help, but they just stare at me blankly.
  1:11pm kat330:

@Matt: Local public radio played Joni's "Coyote" this a.m., and I remarked to Philo how de-LIGHT-ful it was the time you posted the Bay of Fundy lyric pronto!
  1:11pm Hugo:

This heaven ain't big enough for both of us?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:12pm Amanda:

If you could get your cats to run a blog themselves, I am certain said blog would be a success.
  1:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Of course. Cats (not Al Gore) invented the Internet.
  1:14pm kat330:

@Doug: I don't think there'd be a lack of folks to provide content? And as for design, is it too inappropriate to use one of the no-brainer prefabs at Tumblr? You can add some original flourishes (I'll volunteer Philo for that), and I don't think it would require maintenance really. ICOCBW on all of that.
  1:14pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: That was fun! But after all, if you're there for Joni (and appaloosas), then they'll be there for you! :)
  1:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Houseplants could do your copyediting, Doug, but LJFW hasn't had a good experience with his. Some plants just won't do what's asked of them.
  1:15pm Hugo:

Lots of ready-made templates at blogspot at no cost.
  1:16pm ndbob:

@Doug I'd contribute for sure
  1:16pm Uncle Michael:

If the design hurdle is to look at least as good as the playlists... (I kid)
Ichiban uses a generic Wordpress theme.
  1:16pm kat330:

Speaking of cats of the limp noodle, lazy variety: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWBBKGu3FXY
  1:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, this is kind of like a Charlie McAlister concept piece.
  1:19pm ndbob:

I worked for a while at the place here where there is a buffalo heard - one day a group of people skateboarded past it - so I almost got to say that you can't skateboard in a buffalo herd
  1:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@NDBob: Wow, you really can't skateberd in a buffalo herd!
  1:21pm Doug Schulkind:

How can I have a blog? I don't even know what ICOCBW means.
  1:21pm Uncle Michael:

Rollerblades allowed?
  1:22pm kat330:

Heh! I could, of course, be wrong.
  1:23pm kat330:

Doug, starting a blog this afternoon will be a *great* way to keep yourself occupied and out of trouble while Jessie's away. Go for it!
  1:24pm Uncle Michael:

I have a question. Am I the last powerpop fan to find out about Cirrone?
  1:24pm Brian in UK:

...but you can be happy if you've a mind to
Nice one bob
  1:26pm kat330:

Is there a translation for Los "Blops"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:27pm Amanda:

What's a Cirrone?
  1:29pm kat330:

Lots of questions and question marks in today's Scenario. :)
  1:30pm Uncle Michael:

Three Italian guys named Cirrone and an Italian drummer not named Cirrone. If you have a fondness for the Badfinger>Big Star>Raspberries>Cheap Trick>Matthew Sweet>Elliott Smith>Fountains of Wayne continuum...you might like it.
  1:30pm listener james from westwood:

@matt, maybe i should be relieved the plants haven't taken me up on the offer. they're liable to displace me if my clients find out how cheaply they work.
  1:32pm Uncle Michael:

Lot's of appealing Hudson Brothers-like harmonies.
  1:32pm Carmichael:

Ya, what Amanda said. Spill the beans, Uncle Mikey.
  1:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Although "The Boat That I Row" sounds similar to "Walk On Water".

Oooh! You still need to do the Neil Diamond songs sung by other artists set! Play Lulu's version of "The Boat That I Row" :)
  1:33pm kat330:

I'm hugely fond of Matthew Sweet and Elliott Smith -- all of those artists, in fact.
  1:35pm Uncle Michael:

Then get thee to cirroneband.com and find out about them. (no affiliation)
  1:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@LJFW: Make sure the plants don't place ads for their work behind your back.
@UM: Cirrone, thanks for the rec! I do quite enjoy power pop and all the bands you listed!
  1:37pm kat330:

Found them on SoundCloud. Most plays is this one:
  1:37pm Uncle Michael:

Whoever at WFMU posted the link to The Rise And Fall Of The Obscure Music Download Blog: A Roundtable on Facebook, thanks...it's an interesting read.
  1:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: WFMU premium? Nothing shows up for FMU with "Frizzy Blues", I thought it might be a Bob Brainen "Psychedelic Psellouts" but it's not from that. I did find the 45 for sale though:
  1:42pm Doug Schulkind:

Frankly, I'm rather tired of the "Death of the Blogs" meme going around. Every week, I celebrate the cream of the crop of the free-music blogosphere. From where I sit, there is still a ton of a amazing stuff being shared.
  1:43pm Carmichael:

I remember this guy's voice growing up: "Sebm Lebm" ....
  1:44pm kat330:

@Doug: The fall of Facebook is in the cards sooner or later, and probably sooner than most would think.
  1:47pm Uncle Michael:

Doug, I live and die by those blogs and I get what you're saying but you have to admit that the rate at which you locate a title via google, visit the hosting blog, follow the link to the fileshaing site...only to discover it's a bad link, has skyrocketed. I can still find most anything I seek but it's become much much harder. If I didn't have the skills I do, it would be very frustrating.
  1:50pm Ricardo Montalban:

Geez! I left to go attend a dull meeting and came back to pandemonium.
This is a great show, Amanda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:51pm Amanda:

Why thank you, RM!
  1:52pm listener james from westwood:

i was very lucky; today's meeting was held to 20 min. was back up to full volume in record time.
  1:53pm Matt from Springfield:

"Dandy"! Great one, and written by Ray Davies too. You can hear Ray's musical "voice" in this if you listen.
  1:53pm Doug Schulkind:

All praises to a soon-to-be-warm Amanda for a scorching show! Charlie Lewis is taking tomorrow off, so no Busy Doing Nothing at noon. The Drummer Stream will serve me up—voice or no voice—on Friday with a 3-hour edish of GTDS.

In the meantime, allow these robust-voice artists croon to you here on your 24-hour Give the Drummer Radio:

Flat Earth Society
49th Parallel
Richard Popcorn Wylie
The Lettermen
Roger Hatcher
Jack Costanzo with Tubby Hayes
Billy Wooten
Tom House
Ngoma Dunduri
Lanin's Red Heads
Sharpetown Swingsters
Asselefetch Ashine & Getenesh Kebret
Conjunto Soyuz
Waikiki Serenades
The Impossibles
Masato Minami
  1:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ricardo: The next best thing to bringing pandemonium to a meeting is returning to pandemonium afterwards!
  1:55pm Matt from Springfield:

and more
and more
and eternally more...
  1:55pm Ricardo Montalban:

I would really love to attend meeting with a carefully concealed earbud (since the WFMU app works so good). I could just nod and say 'uh huh' ever few minutes.
  1:55pm kat330:

Herman's Hermits, my first tween live concert back in the day. Thanks, Amanda!

Just realized the "Annie" bed music has gone the way of the third hour.
  1:56pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda!
  1:57pm kat330:

Rest your cords, Doug. Soothe with some honey water. ;)

Bye, everyone, and thanks again for today's spins, Amanda!
  1:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Shills for Big Protein!

Great show Amanda! And a good day to you all!
  2:00pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, amanda!
  2:00pm Uncle Michael:

Great show, Amanda... loved it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm Amanda:

Bye, all! I sure enjoyed having you guys with me. Congrats to everyone on the fundraiser's success, and I'll talk to you next week! xoxoxox
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