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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 January 2, 2013: New Year Destroyer
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion  New Year (Destroyer)   Options   Slut Smalls  1999  7"  split with Barry Adamson    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Scenics  Heard Her Call My Name   Options How Does It Feel To Be Loved: The Scenics Play The Velvet Underground  Dream Tower    CD    *   0:04:31 (Pop‑up)
The Mice  Winter Ocean Mary Go Round   Options   Voxx  1987  7"      0:07:55 (Pop‑up)
Jeffrey Lewis  Time Trades   Options A Turn in the Dream-Songs  Rough Trade  2011  CD      0:12:32 (Pop‑up)
The Raincoats  Only Loved at Night   Options Odyshape  DGC  1994  CD      0:15:45 (Pop‑up)
Jenny Mae  Dairy Boy   Options   American Pop Project  1998  7"      0:19:22 (Pop‑up)
The Delgados  Mr. Blue Sky   Options             0:24:45 (Pop‑up)
NRBQ  Everybody Say Yeah   Options       7"    *   0:37:53 (Pop‑up)
The Figgs  Sit and Shake   Options Slow Charm  Earsmile  2002  CD      0:40:09 (Pop‑up)
Matthew Sweet  Time Capsule   Options Altered Beast  Zoo/BMG  1993  CD      0:43:18 (Pop‑up)
Piper  Telephone Rotation   Options Piper / Can't Wait  American Beat  2008 (reissue)  CD      0:46:56 (Pop‑up)
The Jam  Just Who Is the Five O'Clock Hero (demo)   Options The Gift (Deluxe Edition)  Polydor / Universal    CD    *   0:49:38 (Pop‑up)
The Decos  Tender Vision   Options Vintage Vinyl's Original Cast (V/A)  Vintage Vinyl  1981  7"      0:51:51 (Pop‑up)
Joe Jackson  Happy Loving Couples   Options Look Sharp!  A&M  1979  LP      0:55:47 (Pop‑up)
Teenage Fanclub  Baby Lee   Options             0:59:08 (Pop‑up)
Linda Jones  Fugitive from Love   Options The Red Bird Story (V/A)  Charly  2011 (comp)  CD      1:09:16 (Pop‑up)
Lulu  Here Comes the Night   Options             1:11:43 (Pop‑up)
Lesley Gore  Judy's Turn to Cry   Options   Mercury    7"      1:14:37 (Pop‑up)
Brenda Lee  Pretend   Options             1:16:31 (Pop‑up)
Freda Payne  Band of Gold   Options   Invictus    7"      1:19:31 (Pop‑up)
Sophia Loren  To Keep My Love Alive   Options             1:22:11 (Pop‑up)
Michael Nesmith & the First National Band  Nevada Fighter   Options       7"      1:29:31 (Pop‑up)
The Denver Mexicans  Noose Around My Neck   Options   Bucketful of Brains    7"      1:32:21 (Pop‑up)
Doug Sahm  Ain't Into Lettin' You Go   Options Hell of a Spell  Takoma  1980  LP      1:35:10 (Pop‑up)
Dolly Parton  The House of the Rising Sun   Options 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs  Buddah  orig 1980  CD      1:38:54 (Pop‑up)
Wanda Jackson  The Wrong Kind of Girl   Options Capitol Rarities  Omnivore    10"    *   1:42:56 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Manning  I Love You 1000 Ways   Options   Teen Beat  1993  7"      1:45:25 (Pop‑up)
The Radicts  Johnny Too Bad   Options Rebel Sound  Noiseville  1994  CD      1:49:45 (Pop‑up)
Avengers  Cheap Tragedies   Options             1:53:19 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:59am SteveL:

Preset and ready to roll. Let the Amanda-ing commence
  12:00pm listener james from westwood:

ooh! just caught it at the start of "hazy shade." good 2013 all, and hello amanda!
  12:01pm Dervish:

I resolve to listen to MORE Nazario Scenario in '13!
  12:01pm Ricardo Montalban:

It's a new Scenario!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm Amanda:

Good afternoon, SteveL, LJfW, Dervishm and Ricardo M! It's the future!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm Amanda:

Whoops, *Dervish
  12:04pm G:

you weren't on the front page yet a minute ago. i got in through the GTDS Info link
  12:05pm G:

there you are now!
  12:05pm SteveL:

The future is oddly familiar.
  12:09pm Richard from Venezuela:

Happy new year Amanda and all the listeners.
  12:09pm G:

The Mice: Pictures of Matchstick Men redone but disguised?
  12:09pm Danne D:

Happy New Year Amanda :)
  12:09pm Danne D:

Hola Ricardo :) Hi everyone :)
  12:11pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello Danne D.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm Amanda:

Hi Richard and Danne -- HNY to all of you, too, lest I forget.
  12:17pm Terry:

Groovy tunes Amanda - wish I didn't have to go to work - Happy New Year!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm Amanda:

Thanks for listening to this snippet, Terry!
  12:21pm Mike Sin:

Well all right! Working' at home today and tunin' in! So, I'm dubbing this show "Tunes to rock and entertain an unshaven old dude sitting in front of a computer in a bathrobe trying to catch up on a week's worth of work that he totally avoided during his holidays."
  12:24pm listener james from westwood:

what are the holidays for if not avoiding work?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Amanda:

@Mike, I'd be comfortable titling my album thusly if I ever release one. Thanks for joining us!
  12:28pm SteveL:

I'm pretty much in Mike Sin's boat, except that I'm at my very quiet workplace and not wearing a robe. Pants, yes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29pm Amanda:

I want to go on the record as not wanting to hear who out there has pants on or not.
  12:30pm G:

Sounds like it should be the start of an ELO track.
  12:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Happy New Year to you all! Hello Amanda!
I'm glad for this Naztacular Scenario today!
  12:30pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: Someone's already pointed this out, but it seems "Well all right!" is now your trademarked "thing" :)
  12:31pm Matt from Springfield:

WFMU's own "pretty flamingo", back for 2013!
  12:35pm glenn:

canada hearts amanda.
  12:37pm listener james from westwood:

new year's was junk food and boardgames with friends, just like the last few years. perfect.
  12:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice woolen scarf! Score!

Hi glenn! Long time no type!
  12:39pm glenn:

g'day mates and matt.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Amanda:

Hey glenn, well met and the feeling is mutual.
  12:44pm Danne D:

love this song :)
  12:44pm listener james from westwood:

no copyedit i make today will get better than the one where i had to edit "gothic" to "goth."
  12:45pm kat330:

Ah, Sweet start to 2013! HNY, Amanda and all!
  12:46pm glenn:

fun with math -

2013 happens to be one of those numbers with three prime factors (like 1,001, discussed above): 2013 = 3 x 11 x 61.

2014 is also a year with three prime factors, because 2014 = 2 x 19 x 53. The same is true about 2015, which equals 5 x 13 x 31.
  12:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Matthew Sweet! Lovin' his power-pop sound the more I hear it -- have to get some songs by him.
HNY, HoNeY! ;)
  12:47pm Brian in UK:

Hello folks. Howdeedoodee glenn, give us a joke out of your Lake Superior Cracker Collection while my internet link holds out.
  12:47pm glenn:

except that since i copy /pasted this 1,001 was not discussed. so sorry.
  12:48pm kat330:

Hey, Matt! If I've said it once, I've said it a 1,000 times now: HNY! :)
  12:49pm Brian in UK:

Hey kay I think that's 1001 times!!
  12:49pm glenn:

lake ontario, actually. hmmmmmm. a joke, huh? why did the chicken cross the playground?
  12:50pm glenn:

to get to the other slide.
  12:50pm Brian in UK:

I don't know why........
  12:51pm kat330:

@BUK: Then that ties in nicely with glenn's math.
  12:51pm Brian in UK:

Think I have read too many nursery rhymes Kay & Gerda from The Snow Queen anyone.
  12:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Fun with math, because Math Is Fun!

This calculator is excellent for prime numbers, and also spells out the prime factors, like glenn did above.
  12:52pm listener james from westwood:

amanda is the source of the best poultry-based joke i've ever heard:
how do you cook an r&b singer?
you put him in the oven until his bill withers.
  12:53pm Brian in UK:

Missed you, glenn. No seriously
  12:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@LJFW: That's a keeper! :D
Somehow I think the writer of that joke kept working backwards trying to get "bill withers" in a punchline! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm Amanda:

Ha! I'm glad you remember that joke. It goes like this:

Q: How do you turn a duck into a soul singer?
A: Put it in the oven and it's Bill Withers
  12:55pm glenn:

my (hopefully short) winter unemployment period is upon one.
  12:56pm Brian in UK:

This looks like a belter.
  12:56pm Danne D:

Happy Loving Couples :)
  12:57pm Danne D:

Amanda is on the small list of people I could drive cross country without fighting over music I think.
  12:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: Are they friends of yours? :)

Joe Jackson's 1st and 2nd albums are a must-listen for me; I like the stuff I've heard here, and other listeners rec those HIGHLY.
  12:58pm glenn:

didn't you and evan drive acroos country, danne?
  12:59pm Danne D:

lol nope
  1:01pm glenn:

more fun -

Between 1300 and 1999, when the year is between zero and twelve , the saying of the number is not in trochaic metre. Otherwise it is (e.g. 1999).
Question: there are two poems in the English language written entirely in trochaic metre. Both are written by William Blake. What are they?
  1:01pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  1:02pm Matt from Springfield:

DBob of the North checks in! Good afternoon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Amanda:

"Tyger, Tyger" is one of 'em, yes?
  1:03pm Brian in UK:

'All I want for Christmas is a Beatle'. Do not know the other.
  1:03pm kat330:

@Bob: HNY! (1,003 x) You get the graphic version?
  1:04pm glenn:

songs of innocence and the lamb.
  1:05pm Brian in UK:

Is William Blake related to Norman Blake?
  1:06pm glenn:

  1:07pm Doug S.:

Or maybe Eubie Blake?
  1:08pm Matt from Springfield:

"Excitement that leads to delightment!"™
  1:08pm ndbob:

@kat same to you:) and yes!
  1:10pm Uncle Michael:

OMG OMG OMG...back at work after 12 days. It burns!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm Amanda:

Hey Uncle Michael! Welcome back...?
  1:11pm Brian in UK:

Back to base Mr S?
I am glad you lot got over your visceral cliff.
  1:11pm Uncle Michael:

Amanda, during your first break you began by exclaiming "whee!" Just as I began backing down a hill in the snow. I laughed.
  1:12pm kat330:

Ooooh, what an excellent cover!
  1:12pm ndbob:

this is the original version - slightly earlier then the Them version
  1:13pm Matt from Springfield:

GREAT Linda Jones!
And most intrguing Them cover by Lulu. Actually she does very interesting covers in general, usually singing in a different style than the original.
  1:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@NDBob: Wow! Really?
  1:14pm kat330:

Really? Oh wow. Well, I need to occupy my keyboard in a different way now anyway, so I can skulk away on my ignorance. ;) Still listening though!
  1:15pm Uncle Michael:

Amanda, I got a kick out of you playing Piper. One of those boys is from here and in the '80s was one of the area's proto-punks after his stint in Piper.
  1:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Singing your own answer song? How tacky :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm Amanda:

@Uncle Michael -- glad you enjoyed! Where are you from, if you don't mind my asking?
  1:17pm Matt from Springfield:

And to get technical, wasn't that kind of a "Johnny Get Angry" answer song as well, considering her success in making "Johnny" jealous?...
  1:17pm Brian in UK:

@Matt this is what I find so frustrating about tribute albums some tracks are just straight copies so why would you want it when the original is what got your attention in the first place. (Help urgent punctuation shortage in UK).
  1:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Great job Amanda! This is a much better segue into Brenda Lee, from Lesley Gore.
  1:20pm Uncle Michael:

@Amanda I'm from Chicago but I've lived in Topeka, KS for most of the last 32 years. ex-Piper was Alan Oliver (ne Alan Aushlager...called "Git Smart" during the early '80s). Last I heard, he was a hairdresser...a straight one...trying to "git" over a la Warren Beatty, I guess.
  1:20pm G:

ok my good deed for the week is im gonna make a punctuation care package of saved commas and so on and send it to a random uk address
  1:20pm Brian in UK:

1971 I hear you.
  1:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@Brian: Agree! Oh, and Oxfam is sending a relief package over:

,,,,,,,,,,,,,...............::::::::::::::::::::::;;;;;;(((((((((((((((((((()))))))))))))))????????? @@@@@@@@&&&&&&&&!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!///////////////// :)
  1:21pm G:

fweda didnt pick a hubby vewy weww did she
  1:21pm Brian in UK:

Oh G wizz it over that cliff
  1:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks G! And remember, charitable punctuation is always deductible.
  1:23pm G:

at age 12 i knew that this payne song was about some terrible marriage problem and adults must know what it was but damned if i was gonna ask one
  1:24pm Danne D:

i am now scared to take a road trip with amanda...
  1:24pm Uncle Michael:

I still can't decide if it's about impotence or frigidity.
  1:24pm Matt from Springfield:

This would make a wild musical number! Working on a stage adaptation now :)
  1:25pm Brian in UK:

I will find a keep net to keep them ampersands fresh in some cool water
  1:25pm G:

in this mcdonalds where i am momentarily drinking coffee, the classic rock satellite radio is up so loud playing "na na hey hey goodbye" that i could listen to payne on low out of the laptop without anybody having to bug me to stop messing with the "atmosphere"
  1:27pm Brian in UK:

Play the flip of Goodness Gracious Me called Granpas Grave Solo Sellers
  1:29pm Matt from Springfield:

Yes to 70s sad songs. Someone already mentioned "Nature's Way"--upbeat notes and downbeat lyrics.

@G: Actually I think "Band of Gold" would mash up pretty well with Steam! Have to try that when I get home...
  1:31pm Uncle Michael:

I love this track. I'm thinking about playing some Mike Blessing sometime.
  1:31pm glenn:

nature's way is a freakin' great song from a HUGELY underrated band.
  1:32pm Brian in UK:

Got to cook some grub thanks for the care package G & Matt.

Nesmith always sings THEEE not THUR
  1:32pm Brian in UK:

God speed Ed Cassidy.
  1:36pm Brian in UK:

See you later this year.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Amanda:

Ciao Brian!
  1:41pm glenn:

  1:42pm glenn:

oh dolly. you know i love you, buuuuuut......
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:44pm Amanda:

Thank you very much for that link, glenn.
  1:46pm Uncle Michael:

Is that real? IS THAT REAL?
  1:46pm glenn:

  1:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Great old-school country! Both Wanda before and now Barbara.
Was "I Love You 1000 Ways" orig a Patsy Cline? It definitely has that kind of feel to it.
  1:49pm glenn:

lefty frizzell.
  1:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, TY glenn!
I knew it was from someone great :)
  1:55pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda!
  1:55pm glenn:

avengers = x meets blondie in a bar. crazy shit ensues.
  1:56pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: BINGO.
  1:56pm Doug S.:

I'm sure all listeners will join me in celebrating a Happy Old Amanda for 2013! More good news follows close on heels with an all-new Busy Doing Nothing set from Charlie Lewis, live on Give the Drummer Radio tomorrow at noon.

In the meantime, keep the sonic champagne flowing with these bubbly artists queued up and ready to tickle your earbones, here on your 24-hour Drummer Stream:

Laura Veirs
Jean Bosco Mwenda
Bud Freeman
West Nkosi Nabashokobezi
Mahmoud Ahmed
Professeur Bylledey Guissey
Solomon G. Ilori
Waiphot Phetsuphan
Soonthorn Sujaridchan
Ly Ngua O
Moh'd Rafi
Ardoin & McGee
Ruth Brown
Butch Baker
Freddie North
Bobby "Blue" Bland
The Two Poor Boys
Friendly Brothers
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  1:57pm Danne D:

only 2 hours today? :( this is usually the ending bumper
  1:57pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Amanda.
  1:59pm Doug S.:

@Danne D
Amanda shortened her programme to two hours a few months back. She still packs three hours of joy into each show, however.
  1:59pm Matt from Springfield:

And now we're alone again, naturally...
But so glad to have spend time with Amanda and fellow Scenarians, enjoying some great music. Thanks Amanda, see you next week! And have a lovely day and new year, all you radio pals!
  2:00pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, amanda! happy, happy 2013 to all!
  2:00pm Danne D:

Have a good day everyone :)
see you soon Amanda!
  2:01pm Danne D:

I thought the shortening was temporary. the front page on FMU said 12-3, hence the confusion on my part
  2:01pm Ricardo Montalban:

thanks, Amanda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm Amanda:

Goodbye everyone, see you next week! Thanks so much for listening and playing along.
  2:02pm G:

oh noez, Danne got cut off in mid Amanda :P
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