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Options January 31, 2011: Gone Shitkickin'

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Hawkshaw Hawkins  If It Ain't on the Menu   Options Hawkshaw Hawkins Sings     
Oakley Hall  Color the Shade   Options S/t    0:02:10 ()
Henry Flynt & the Insurrections  Uncle Sam Do   Options I Don't Wanna    0:06:34 ()
Pekko Kappi  Miesta Lyodaan Kuin Vierasta Sikaa   Options Vuonna 86    0:09:24 ()
These Feathers Have Plumes  Disconnect   Options Corvidae    0:11:16 ()
w/ Pekko Kappi  Naria Hakkaan   Options Vuonna 86    0:11:55 ()
Pekko Kappi  Ia Kielestas Lissaa   Options Vuonna 86    0:13:10 ()
Abba Gargando  Chegharouna   Options V/a, Ishilan N-Tenere: Guitar Music from the Western Sahel    0:15:19 ()
Cowboy Copas  Hangman Boogie   Options V/a, Hillbilly Boogie Vol 4    0:20:04 ()
Laura Smith  I'm Gonna Kill Myself   Options V/a, Baby, How Can It Be? Songs of Love, Lust, and Contempt from the 1920s and 1930s    0:22:41 ()
Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris  Hearts on Fire   Options Grievous Angel    0:25:14 ()
Neil Young  Mellow My Mind   Options Tonight's The Night    0:28:51 ()
Johnny Sea  Day For Decision   Options     0:38:42 ()
The Lonesome Organist  Fly On My Plate   Options Cavalcade    0:44:19 ()
Webb Pierce  Slowly   Options Legends of Guitar - Country Vol. 1    0:46:50 ()
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci  This Summer's Been Good From the Start   Options Live at WFMU  my show, 7/23/01  0:48:59 ()
Waylon Jennings  Lila   Options     0:51:51 ()
Alexander "Skip" Spence  Diana   Options Oar    0:54:17 ()
World Standard  My Low-Chuned Banjo   Options Country Gazette    0:57:39 ()
Mel Tillis  Who's Julie?   Options All Time Greatest Hits    1:01:10 ()
Loretta Lynn  The Other Woman   Options Greatest Hits    1:03:45 ()
Troy Hess  Please Don't Go Topless, Mother   Options V/a, God Less America    1:06:13 ()
John Schnall / Midnight Matinee  IT's Medication Time 1   Options One Flu Shot Over the Cuckoo's Nest    1:16:34 ()
George "Shortbuckle" Roark  I Ain't A Bit Drunk   Options V/a, Baby, How Can It Be? Songs of Love, Lust, and Contempt from the 1920s and 1930s    1:18:53 ()
Dame Darcy  Psycho   Options My Eyes Have Seen the Glory    1:21:45 ()
Elizabeth Butters  Hang Me Oh Hang Me   Options Sings Folk Blues for Appalachian Dulcimer & Guitar    1:25:39 ()
Grateful Dead  High Time   Options Workingman's Dead    1:27:54 ()
Kitty Wells  I've Kissed You My Last Time   Options Country Hit Parade.    1:33:29 ()
Grandpa's Ghost  A Kiss is Not a Kiss When You Don't See It Coming   Options Il Baccio    1:35:34 ()
The Residents  Jambalaya   Options Stars and Hank Forever    1:49:53 ()
Townes Van Zandt  For the Sake of the Song   Options S/t    1:54:42 ()
        2:00:05 ()
Jim Edward and Maxine Brown and Bonnie  I Take The Chance   Options V/a, Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Hillbilly Music: Country & Western Hit Parade, 1956    2:05:01 ()
Hank Locklin  Send Me the Pillow You Dream On   Options Best of...    2:07:25 ()
Hank Thompson  Soft Lips   Options & The Brazos Valley Boys 1946-1964-cd-7    2:10:00 ()
Pete Drake  After Hours   Options For Pete's Sake    2:12:43 ()
Lefty Frizzell  Always in Love   Options     2:15:08 ()
Spiritual Rags  I Tried to Stand Up (But I Could Not Stand)   Options S/t    2:17:47 ()
Family of Apostolic  Fiddleradram   Options Family of Apostolic    2:22:14 ()
Amps For Christ  Scotland the Brave / Ditches   Options The Oak in the Ashes    2:25:00 ()
Alvarius B  You Only Live Twice   Options Baroque Primitiva  R.I.P. John Barry  2:28:50 ()
Glen Campbell  Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife   Options Wichita Lineman    2:32:07 ()
Chitlin' Fooks  Juanita   Options S/t  cover: Gram Parsons  2:34:37 ()
Jonathan Kane's February  Pops   Options V/a, Impala Eardrums: A Radium Sampler    2:37:16 ()
Maddox Brothers and Rose  Mule Train   Options 1946-1951, Vol 2    2:43:26 ()
Blue Sky Boys  Only Let Me Walk With Thee   Options Anthology Of Country Music: "Early Sacred Harmony"    2:46:16 ()
Don Gibson  Lonely Street   Options     2:48:53 ()
Skeeter Davis  (I Can't Help It) I'm Falling   Options     2:51:19 ()
Eddie Cochran  Sittin' In The Balcony   Options 7"    2:54:06 ()
Andre Williams  Pardon Me (I've Got Someone to Kill)   Options V/a, More Dirty Laundry: The Soul Of Black Country    2:55:55 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 1/31/11 3:01pm don:

aw shit yes
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:02pm Detroit Mac:

My thoughts, exactly!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:02pm BSI:

that's mah boy.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

so it's shitkickin' you're after, well, well...
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:05pm βrian:

Hey, it's Halal Yokel!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:11pm PMD:

Scott, I'm liking all this music very very much.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:16pm BSI:

soaking in it.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

it's better than Palmolive, but Scott is no Madge
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:18pm BSI:

We don't need no stinking Madges.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:22pm Scott:

Hey everyone! Doin what I can, but it's true, I am no Madge
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:23pm Colgate Palmolive:

"Madge" is a trademarked and copyrighted ficticious entity wholly owned by CP and Co. Cease and desist or prepare to face legal action.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:25pm PMD:

Laura, no man is worth it.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:27pm Looms:

I'm in love with Marge Simpson.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:29pm Palmolive Romero:

  Mon. 1/31/11 3:30pm Looms:

Don't know what came into me either, Romero :(
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

it's easy to love cartoon characters, Looms. How about Lois Griffin?
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

don't give up hope on the East Coast...two more months, two more months...
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:35pm dc pat:

what about Betty Rubble?? rAWrAW....
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:36pm Looms:

@DCE: no no no!!! I only care for my baby. She's in the other room so shush now, man!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:37pm still b/p:

I knew a woman who said she had...really!...a dream featuring a hot physical encounter with Elmer Fudd.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:38pm BSI:

oh Betty Rubble had a delicious, dark side........ of this I am certain.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:38pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

but chaw on this awhile
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:39pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh yeah, Betty was the original cartoon hottie
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:39pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

unless you were into Daisy Duck and Minnie Mouse
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:43pm jeff-m:

Wow, new Glenn Beck solo album?
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:44pm still b/p:

I'm having sacred cow teriyaki with steel wedges when I get home.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:44pm dc pat:

and Judy Jetson....*pant* *pant* *pant* owWOOOOOOOOOO!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

can anyone say "overwrought"
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:46pm Mr. Tudball:

You can't see me, but I'm saluting
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:46pm Detroit Mac:

Yeeah Ha... Let's kill them
please fill in here.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

"everyone elses"
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:49pm T. Jefferson:

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the pant-wettings of rank attention seekers.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:50pm Looms:

@DCE: you just got me into trouble with your url link! Actually there's an female underwear add next to the picture here in France (saying: "what's the ideal bottom? Smaller? Bigger?" You can figure out the pic that comes with it.
I HATE YOUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:51pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I love you!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:52pm marq:

that's right. i would want to get the heck out of any party or gathering where people broke out singing America. just plain weird these days for some reason. being outwardly patriotic is almost like being religious people nowadays.
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:52pm Looms:

Me too. Thanks for the good time you just gave us!
  Mon. 1/31/11 3:58pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Skip Spence was on drugs
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:02pm fleep:

Do I violate the cartoon Mann Act if I mention Kim Possible?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:02pm dc pat:

skip spence was out of his mind.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:03pm glenn:

moby grape IS the greatest american band ever. except skip was canadian, but hey.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:06pm fleep:

the other woman with a skip in her
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:07pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

now this is quaint!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:08pm glenn:

i bet troy hess grew up out of his mind.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:08pm still b/p:

Oh, dear....when a rhyme was approaching for "blunt".....
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:08pm northguineahills:

Who doesn't ask their mother not to go topless?, especially around the house?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:09pm Looms:

btw, the show is really cool.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:09pm Mr. Tudball:

A classic child's lament
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:09pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

the poor kid was traumatized
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:10pm glenn:

i need this record!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:10pm Robert:

I too was wondering about that rhyme, and suspect it was intentional suggestion by the song. Meanwhile, I think it's mean to have a child sing this song, if it really is a child.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:11pm still b/p:

Don't drop a pasty in the pastry mix, Mum.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:15pm jason:

scott what kind of food do you want? maybe something from Von Houtenfed?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:20pm Scott:

Ohhh, no worries Jason! But thanks
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:25pm BSI:

so what sort of DJ-chow goes with shit-kickin' tunes?
a delicate panang curry, mayhap?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:32pm Scott:

Mmmmm, dream chops!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

cumulus pita
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:35pm ratbone:

never heard the dead on this station before
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:37pm BSI:

i was just realizing i've never actually heard the dead ever.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:37pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh come on
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:38pm ratbone:

yeah you gotta get close; mostly escaping gas
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

doesn't everybody sneak into the morgue late on Friday nights? is it just me?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:40pm Looms:

ok, we're in the mood for watching O Brother Where Art Thou? (again). Thanks for the vibes, Scott, have a good day/evening/whatever all.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:40pm (¸.•[]`•.¸.•´¯`•:

Thanks for reminding me why I don't like the Dead... that track was so loosy-goosey that they sounded half-ZZZZZZ..., maybe they were so high that they were barely holding onto their instruments. <\snark> Anyways: Great country songs!!!!!!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:42pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh come on
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:46pm Scott:

Dead are really good at bringing the hate here! I love that lazy lazy stoned vibe they pull on that one.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:49pm northguineahills:

Are you pickling kidding me,?!!"Workingman's Dead" is one of my favorite Dead albums! (I thank John Oswald's "Greyfolded" for my gateway into the Dead.)
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:51pm Tom:

High Time is one of the worst of the Dead's songs. Why not play Easy Wind, one of their best?
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:51pm BSI:

Ha! No hate here ... Just amused that I managed to live 43 years w/o being able to recall hearing 'em, despite their fame & such.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:52pm glenn:

hte dead are awesome. but moby grape is still better.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:53pm don:

shitkickin the shit out of it, scott.
fully appreciated the 'high time' select.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:53pm glenn:

besides, if there's room for amanda on wfmu, there should be room for the dead.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:54pm Cecile:

I'm going to start a band called dead amanda. I'm going to sing the whole Dead catalog in an Amanda voice.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm necro:

I REALLY love the dead
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm BSI:

I'd buy a box set o' THAT action, cecile...
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm Lewis:

right on Cecile!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm don:

prepare to be hated by most and loved by me, cecile.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm Scott:

GO CECILE!!! No teasing, no fooling, you've got to do this.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:55pm JSF:

loving this residents cover of Jambalaya.. Thanks Scott!
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that was about the most creative version of Jambalaya ever
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:56pm marq:

let's hope we don't have to hear from my Son of a Gun album. although it might fit for this show.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:57pm Cecile:

I don't know hardly any Dead songs. But I might have to do it.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:58pm glenn:

can i play the theremin in dead amanda, cecile? pleeeeeeeeease.
  Mon. 1/31/11 4:59pm Cecile:

  Mon. 1/31/11 5:00pm glenn:

excellent! now i just have to get a theremin and learn how to play it.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:01pm (¸.•[]`•.¸.•´¯`•:

sounds like a good Hoof-N-Mouth project!

I don't hate, I just love criticizing, there's a diff ;)
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:01pm still b/p:

And on one special live performance night each year..like on a solstice...could you flip it and do Worship Me and Concrete Nipples as endless meanderjams?
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:01pm Lewis:

I found a therim collection in the used bin at my local record store, but haven't had a chance to listen to it yet...
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:04pm glenn:

or do dead songs to the angry birds theme, cecile. :)
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:06pm Cecile:

That sounds like a winner, glenn.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:09pm Cecile:

That last song sounded like an episode of WeTV's Snapped in the making. That's the series that should be retitled "Crazy Killin' Broads." I'm serious.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:12pm marq:

theremins are a dream to play. one of the few instruments that gets your whole body and mind into it whitout all of the technical stuff of an intrument that your brain has to deal with. just make music and sound. right brain left brain free
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:20pm Robert:

I hear those notes, "Always in Love", as the beginning of the Columbia fight song, "Who Owns New York?"
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:25pm Mike East:

we have a theremin up on a shelf here...I've been told that it does not function properly, but it makes theremin-like sounds and changes pitch/volume with hand motions, so it works well enough to screw around with.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:25pm Cecile:

Hey, the first country song I ever heard about cross-dressing. Awesome.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:29pm Frisco Kid:

Yay, Amps for Christ! Haven't heard this in years. Here's a great vid of the Amps guy playing some of his homemade instruments:
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:31pm glenn:

  Mon. 1/31/11 5:34pm Parq:

Speaking of Barry:

  Mon. 1/31/11 5:35pm dale:

a fine fine glen campbell song. i remember him performing this on his show with a ballerina in a housecoat behind him in a home setting. leave the dogs tied up and the latchstring out, I'm coming home!
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:37pm jeff-m:

have to go out, great show man.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:38pm Scott:

Thanks a lot Jeff! See you
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:45pm Cecile:

Can you play "Mule Skinner Blues" by Dolly Parton?
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:46pm BSI:

holy hell, anything called "mule skinner blues" is worthy of honorable mention...
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:47pm glenn:

do you know dolly's song "the bargain store"?. gets my vote for most cynical song ever.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:48pm Cecile:

She made history - one of the first women to do a bluegrass classic solo. Not as a part of a group - lead vocs, lead banjo.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:51pm dale:

there's a tear in my beer. i 'd better get another one.
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:59pm glenn:

is that the sadies playing with andre williams?
  Mon. 1/31/11 5:59pm frenchee:

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