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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options October 21, 2017: Singles Going Steady: DJ Husband vs. DJ Wife IX
Our annual event featuring one hour of DJ Husband, one hour of DJ Wife, one hour of DJ Huse Wifband (pronounced dee jay huse wiffband)

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments Approx. start time
Lazy Smoke  You've Got To Hide Your Love Away   Options   Amy Records  7"    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Black Velvet  Clown   Options   Ember  7"    0:02:35 (Pop-up)
The Fantastic Zoo  Midnight Snack   Options   Double Shot  7"    0:05:23 (Pop-up)
The Tropics  Tired Of Waiting   Options   Malaco  7"    0:07:29 (Pop-up)
The Ballantraes  Action   Options   Bell Records  7"    0:11:26 (Pop-up)
Kannibal Komix  Neurotic Reaction   Options   Colossus  7"    0:13:44 (Pop-up)
Ches Bonetrees  Everybody Oughta Meet My Baby   Options   Fontana  7"    0:16:20 (Pop-up)
The Two Dollar Question  Aunt Matilda's Double Yummy Blow Your Mind Out Brownies   Options   Intrepid  7"    0:19:00 (Pop-up)
The Bad Boys  The Owl and the Pussycat   Options   Warner Bros. Records  7"    0:21:27 (Pop-up)
The Barron Knights  Lazy Fat People   Options   Decca  7"  written by Pete Townshend  0:23:47 (Pop-up)
Boxer's Tomcat  Untitled   Options   CFCF Radio 600  7"    0:27:11 (Pop-up)
The Visions  Cigarette   Options   Original Sound  7"    0:29:53 (Pop-up)
The Warner Brothers  Three Little Fishes   Options   Everest  7"    0:32:22 (Pop-up)
The Cupcakes  Pied Piper   Options   Diamond Records Inc.  7"    0:35:05 (Pop-up)
Jimmy & The Rebels  The Sheik of Araby   Options   Roulette  7"    0:37:14 (Pop-up)
Natural Bridge Group  Pig Snoots, Part II   Options   Atco  7"    0:39:28 (Pop-up)
Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans  Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah   Options   Philles Records  7"    0:42:16 (Pop-up)
Lew Courtney  The Man With The Cigar   Options   Imperial Records  7"    0:45:02 (Pop-up)
Lee Dorsey  Working In The Coal Mine   Options   Amy Records  7"    0:47:08 (Pop-up)
Bette Davis & Debbie Burton  Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?   Options   MGM  7"    0:49:53 (Pop-up)
Gloria Balsam  Fluffy   Options   Richmond Records  7"    0:52:42 (Pop-up)
            1:02:25 (Pop-up)
Allan Smethurst  Moind Yer Hid Boy   Options   Ralph Tuck Promotions  7"  The BBC Singing Postman  1:03:05 (Pop-up)
The Barron Knights  Remember/Decimalization   Options   Epic  7"    1:05:56 (Pop-up)
Electric Light Orchestra  Telephone Line   Options   United Artists  7"  green vinyl!  1:09:36 (Pop-up)
The Wailers  Bus Dem Shut (Pyaka)   Options   Impact  7"    1:13:37 (Pop-up)
The Equals  Black Skin BLue Eyed Boy   Options   Shout  7"    1:16:09 (Pop-up)
The Impressions  Mighty Mighty Spade and Whitey   Options   Curtom  7"    1:19:01 (Pop-up)
Norma Jean  Raising Hell   Options   Hep Me/Soul Jazz  7"    1:21:25 (Pop-up)
Bush Tetras  You Can't Be Funky   Options   ROIR  7"    1:24:25 (Pop-up)
Ladies Who Lunch  Bull In the Heather   Options   Grand Royal  7"  Pink vinyl!  1:27:10 (Pop-up)
Pierre Bastien  Comme a la Radio   Options   Voorkamer  7"    1:29:57 (Pop-up)
Coffee  Coming Down to Earth   Options   BlackJack  7"  Yellow vinyl!  1:34:39 (Pop-up)
Boney M  Gadda-Da-Vida [sic]   Options   PolyGram  7"    1:35:47 (Pop-up)
Altered Images  Don't Talk to Me About Love   Options   CBS  7"    1:41:12 (Pop-up)
Modesty et Pipounet  Le Chien Extraordinaire   Options   RAG/Carrere  7"    1:44:35 (Pop-up)
Elza Soares  Mas Que Nada   Options   Mr. Bongo  7"    1:47:42 (Pop-up)
Cowsills  Hair   Options   MGM  7"    1:50:15 (Pop-up)
Frente Cumbiero  Pitchito   Options   Names You Can Trust  7"    1:53:34 (Pop-up)
"Lord" Richard Buckley  The Gettysburg Address   Options   Hip Records  7"    2:08:13 (Pop-up)
Robyn Hitchcock & Emma Swift  Life is Change   Options   Tiny Ghost  7"    2:12:43 (Pop-up)
Lee Hazlewood  Rainbow Woman   Options   Reprise  7"    2:16:08 (Pop-up)
Marianne Nowottny & the Sensorium Saxophone Orchestra  Tomorrow Never Knows   Options   Abaton Book Company  7"  green vinyl!  2:19:22 (Pop-up)
The Lunartics  Mountains of the Moon   Options   Sunlight Records  7"    2:22:17 (Pop-up)
Black Flag  TV Party   Options   SST  7"    2:24:52 (Pop-up)
Magazine  Goldfinger   Options   Virgin  7"    2:28:41 (Pop-up)
The Sonics  Shot Down   Options   Norton  7"    2:32:24 (Pop-up)
Tee Set  A Countryride   Options   Negram  7"    2:34:54 (Pop-up)
John Otway And Wild Willy Barrett  Louisa on a Horse   Options   Track Records  7"    2:37:03 (Pop-up)
Whistling Jack Smith  The British Grin And Bear   Options   Deram  7"    2:39:48 (Pop-up)
Marino Marini  Come Softly to Me   Options   Disco Durium  7"    2:42:32 (Pop-up)
Grethe Agatz  Ekkoleg   Options Viva La Muerte  Barclay  7"    2:45:36 (Pop-up)
Mo-Dettes  Tonight   Options   Decca  7"    2:48:31 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:02am david_:

  12:06am rich:


visuals: www.behance.net...
  12:10am rich:

it's singles going steady week so i won't be able to announce all the goings on this week so here's a list:

Monty Hall
7 NJ Electrorama w/Jo Firestone, Calise Hawkins, Scott Chaplain, Dina Hashem

Rubin Museum
10am-10am (Sunday) Ragas Live Festival

Brooklyn Night Bazaar
11:59 pm Actress, Eartheater

Murmur Theatre
6, 10:30 Scharpling & Wurster

Miller Theatre
8 JACK Quartet: Soundscape America

7 The Deviant Voice: a festival of extreme vocals feat. Doug Moore, Dafna
Naphtali, Chuck Bettis, Dei Xhrist, Maria Tegzes

Union Pool
1:30 Jon Langford, et al.
8 Ikebe Shakedown

BRIC Media House
7:30 BRIC Jazz Fest Marathon: Maceo Parker, Rudresh Mahanthappa Indo-Pak
Coalition, Harriet Tubman, Matana Roberts, et al.

The Stone
8:30 Liberty Ellman/Okkyung Lee

The Stone @ the New School
8:30 Erick Friedlander, Uri Caine, Shanir Blumenkranz, Ches Smith

Anthology Film Archives
6:30 Muhammad Ali, The Greatest
9:15 The Harder They Fall

Brooklyn Steel
8 Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions

7 Psychedelic Furs, Bash and Pop

BB Kings
8 Maceo Parker

National Sawdust
ICE Presents: Sabrina Schroeder and Monte Weber

Museum of the Moving Image
6:30 Being There

Bowery Ballroom
8 Avey Tare, Geologist

Bar Lunatico, 486 Halsey St., Brooklyn
8:30, 10 Angelica Sanchez, Reggie Nicholson, /Michael Formanek

Terminal 5
7 Lana Del Rey

Film Forum
Double Feature (2 movies for the price of 1)
5:30, 9:20 The H-Man
7:10 Mothra

Rough Trade
8 The Soft Moon

McKittrick Hotel
8 Sondra Lerche

Miller Theatre FREE
6 Joshua Rubin & Vasko Dukovski

Terminal 5
7 Lana Del Rey

8 Brutal Measures (Lydia Lunch & Weasel Walter), Joe Coleman

Brooklyn Steel
8 Death From Above

Murmur Theatre
8 Hauschka, Paul de Jong (of The Books)

10 Lee Scratch Perry

Secret Project Robot
8 Man Forever, Mourning A Black Star

The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester NY
8 ZZ Top

Monty Hall
6:30 Skeptech 2: Tales from the Dark Side of Tech

Fridman Gallery, 287 Spring St.
8 Ka Baird & Byron Westbrook

Brooklyn Night Bazaar
8 Deradoorian, Charlie Looker

Brooklyn Steel
8 Japandroids, Cloud Nothings

Knitting Factory
7:30 Dalek

Trans Pecos
8 Ed Askew, et al.

Bar Lunatico, 486 Halsey St., Brooklyn
8:30, 10 Charlie Burnham

The Stone
8:30 Universal Melodic Brass Band: Steven Bernstein, Frank London, Art Baron,
Curtis Fowlkes, Matt Darriau, Oscar Noriega, Ben Stapp, Billy Martin

Russ & Daughters Cafe FREE
8 Julian Lage

Issue Project Room
8 Either/Or: Tombeau for Ana-Maria Avram

Bowery Electric
7 Richard Lloyd, Miriam and Nobody’s Babies

8 La Femme

Babys All Right
8 Peelander-Z, et al

The Stone @ the New School
8:30 Jen Shyu’s Song of Silver Geese

The Stone
8:30 Jane Scarpantoni, Pauline Kim, Conrad Harris, Isabel Hagen
Avatar 12:18am Scraps deSelby:

Mmmm, Neurotic Komix
  12:20am rich:

crumb, spiegelman, clowes
Avatar 12:20am david_:

Psychedelic Furs. Who's goin?
Avatar 12:22am Scraps:

Hey, Jane Scarpantoni, the indie cello player for the eighties and nineties (and probably the oughts and teens, too)!
  12:25am rich:

i loved tiny lights in the early eighties
Avatar 12:26am Scraps:

I have all four of their first albums. Don’t know if they put out any more, but I liked them
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27am coelacanth:

greetings rich and carcassoids
...just here for a short time i think
  12:28am rich:

since it's singles week a short time is all you need coel
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29am coelacanth:

i'd like to see Jane Scarpantoni or Hope Sandoval, but now's not the time for concerts for me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33am coelacanth:

i used to see tiny lights a lot. i hung at the house of one of the members; in fact lived in my car in the disused filler station next door, so i bathed and cooked there.
they stole my toy tambourine, and painted a smiley face on it!
Avatar 12:36am Fox:

wait.... what about "crumb, spiegelman, clowes"?
  12:38am rich:

neurotic komix
Avatar 12:39am Fox:

Oh! Ok. I wasn't sure if that comment was related to the week of upcoming events, and something with those three is something I'd want to go to.
  12:41am rich:

they're all related
Avatar 12:45am Scraps:

Joe Matt is the champion neurotic comix writer
Avatar 12:46am Scraps:

Coel, did you get your tambourine back?
Avatar 12:50am david_:

love the guitar in coal mine
Avatar 12:51am Scraps:

(or Harvey Pekar. Neurotic comix writer.)
Avatar 12:52am Scraps:

Whatever =did= happen to Baby Jane??
Avatar 12:54am Scraps:

Thank you Betty & Debbie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54am coelacanth:

Scraps, NO! and i saw them perform with it a few times after that...but i might've decided they were putting it to better use than i was. i can give myself credit for influencing the drummer's sound. (Andy Demos, not the guy wikipedia calls the drummer, who was not) i used it on my drum kit, and that's how they used it. he didn't do that before he saw me do it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57am Switchblade Batman:

where do I know Fluffy from? Or the singer. It's so familiar. Was it in a movie or something?
Avatar 12:57am Scraps:

Well, at least you get to say that.

Love my tambourines, even though I can’t play them very well with my left hand
  12:58am Bill W:

Baby Jane lost her mansion in a bet on tonight's Yankee loss.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58am coelacanth∅:

i first heard this on Irwin's incorrect music show, i think.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58am coelacanth∅:

...or maybe greasy kid stuff.
Avatar 12:59am Scraps:

Switchblade Batman, I know Fluffy from Ween.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00am coelacanth∅:

yes Scraps i'm a big fan of tambourines too, and it's nice to have a variety.
Avatar 1:00am Scraps:

Different Fluffy, though
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02am Switchblade Batman:

Yeah, not that @scraps. It's the "Heeeerrreeee fluffy. WHere are yoooouu" parts that sounds like something I heard before. Thanks though.
Avatar 1:08am Hoboken Jack:

Hello DJ Wife! Lovely to run into you on the mean streets of JC.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09am coelacanth∅:

i need to sign off now. Thanks Rich, and Tamar!
good night all
  1:10am Tamar:

Great to see you, Hoboken Jack! Good evening, all.
Avatar 1:12am Scraps:

Oh man love love love love Telephone Line
Avatar 1:14am slugluv1313:

@ coelacanthø -- oh FLUFFY! i think i first heard that on Irwin's "Atrocious Music" show, back in the 1980s -- what i found astounding is that her "singing" is even worse than mine!
Avatar 1:15am slugluv1313:

"Telephone Line" -- i think my 45 is on green vinyl?
Avatar 1:19am Scraps:

Mine too! One of the ELO singles was on purple vinyl, too
  1:20am Tamar:

Yep, mine is green vinyl too.
Avatar 1:20am Scraps:

“Turn to Stone”, maybe?
Avatar 1:23am Scraps:

Apparently the purple one was “Sweet Talking Woman”
Avatar 1:27am Scraps:

Didn’t know ROIR issued 45s!
  1:33am Tamar:

Scraps, it seems fitting to play a ROIR 45 since Daniel Blumin played cassettes for Single Going Steady week.
Avatar 1:45am slugluv1313:

@ Tamar and Scraps -- way cool! and here i was wondering if my senile ol' brain was imagining the green vinyl :)
did not know about the PURPLE vinyl though! (don't have that 45)
and yow! this version of "In A Gadda Da Vida" is positively wonderfully DEMENTED! in that way that only Boney M can do :)
Avatar 1:46am Scraps:

I was fascinated, so I did quick & dirty research. Apparently they did two 45s, both a little bit after the original 45s — the Bush Tetras “Too Many Creeps” b/w “You Can’t Be Funky”, and (of course) Bad Brains “Pay to Cum”.

WFMU — learn something every day!
Avatar 1:48am Scraps:

ROIR, that is.
Avatar 1:48am slugluv1313:

oh my -- is Le Chien Extraordinaire looking for FLUFFY too??!!
Avatar 1:49am slugluv1313:

@ Scraps -- i gotta check, but i think i have that Bush Tetras 45 too! (on ROIR)
Avatar 2:01am Scraps:

Also, my inner copyeditor notes that in the original release, both on 1981 (or 82) British label Fetish, and 1983 ROIR full-length cassette =Wild Things=, the title is styled “Can’t Be Funky”, but on the 2011 ROIR 7”, it’s now styled “You Can’t Be Funky”
Avatar 2:07am Scraps:

Well, “Can’t Be Funky” was not originally a b-side to “Too Many Creeps”; in 1981 it was an a-side, with an instrumental of Can’t Be Funky on the b-side
Avatar 2:07am Von the Trucker:

Does a Tomigachi count as a pet?
Avatar 2:07am Scraps:

Avatar 2:08am Scraps:

If it talks!
Avatar 2:09am Von the Trucker:

Not sure if it talks. It just beeps a lot.
Avatar 2:10am Scraps:

I’m not sure, but I think if it beeps a lot, it means it’s hungry
  2:10am rich:

beeping is communication
Avatar 2:14am Von the Trucker:

Cant be hungry. I put it in front of its dog dish, but, it refuses to eat.
Avatar 2:15am Von the Trucker:

Avatar 2:15am Scraps:

I’m going to lie down for the last 45 minutes. Awesome show. Cheers!
Avatar 2:16am Von the Trucker:

Have a good night, Scraps.
  2:16am Tamar:

Scraps, you're right about the Funky A/B. This is a reissue.
Avatar 2:27am Scraps:

Avatar 2:29am Scraps:

Not responding to you! Sing along with Black Flag!
Avatar 2:30am Scraps:

We’re hurting!
Avatar 2:31am Kurt Gottschalk:

magazine's 'goldfinger' was a single?
Avatar 2:31am Scraps:

Magazine! Yes!
Avatar 2:31am Kurt Gottschalk:

nobody tells me anything.
Avatar 2:32am Kurt Gottschalk:

this sounds like nine inches at least.
Avatar 2:32am Kurt Gottschalk:

that wasn't meant as a penis joke.
Avatar 2:32am Scraps:

Back to bed! With radio!
  3:04am grtyvr:

so solid! wonderful show. Thank you for an engrossing 3 hours....
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