Favoriting Dark Night of the Soul with Julie: Playlist from May 31, 2011 Favoriting

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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Images New Approx. start time
The Village People  In The Navy   Favoriting Go West  Casablanca  1979  LP        0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Gang of Four  I Love a Man in Uniform   Favoriting Songs of the Free  Warner Bros  1982  LP        0:03:24 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Some Mother's Son   Favoriting Arthur Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire  Reprise  1969  LP        0:07:28 (Pop-up)
Kate Bush  Army Dreamers   Favoriting Never For Ever  EMI  1980  LP  sorry about that      0:12:25 (Pop-up)
Donovan  Universal Soldier   Favoriting Greatest Hits Acoustic  Delta Music  1997          0:14:45 (Pop-up)
Laura Nyro  Save the Country   Favoriting New York Tendaberry  Columbia  1969  LP        0:17:29 (Pop-up)
Tori Amos  Real Men   Favoriting Strange Little Girls  Atlantic  2001          0:21:58 (Pop-up)
Chalice  An illusion to the temporary real   Favoriting An Illusion to the Temporary Real  MIM  2001          0:25:58 (Pop-up)
The Jesus and Mary Chain  Good For My Soul   Favoriting Honey's Dead  Warner Music  1992          0:33:09 (Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  It Would Be So Nice   Favoriting The Early Singles  Columbia  1992    single from 1968      0:36:05 (Pop-up)
Eliza Rickman  Cinnamon Bone   Favoriting Gild the Lily  Eliza Rickman/Charmingly Befuddled Music  2009    Live on the show, June 7th!      0:39:42 (Pop-up)
Toyah  Danced   Favoriting Danced 7"  Safari  1980  7"        0:42:52 (Pop-up)
Interpol  Evil   Favoriting Live at Primavera Sound Festival, May 28, 2011              0:48:36 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kristeen Young Live at WFMU
Kristeen Young  Fantastic Failure   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            0:59:35 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  V the Volcanic   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:02:28 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  I'll Get You Back   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:06:02 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Why Can't It Be Me?   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:09:40 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  You Must Love Me   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:13:27 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Everybody Wants Me To Cry   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:16:51 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Life's Not Short It's Soooo Long   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:21:00 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Depression Contest   Favoriting Live on WFMU  no label            1:25:59 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Interview   Favoriting Live on WFMU         
Favoriting
  1:29:42 (Pop-up)
Kristeen Young  Have You Ever Worked With Anything In Hi-Tek?   Favoriting Enemy  Test-Tube Baby  1999          1:40:53 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 

 

 

 

 

 

1:46:06 (Pop-up)
Cocteau Twins  Love's Easy Tears   Favoriting Love's Easy Tears  4AD  1986  12"        1:49:02 (Pop-up)
All My Faith Lost  Damnation   Favoriting Decade  Finalmuzik  2009          1:52:30 (Pop-up)
Deerhunter  He Would Have Laughed   Favoriting Halcyon Digest  4AD  2010          1:58:09 (Pop-up)
Legendary Pink Dots  I Love You In Your Tragic Beauty   Favoriting The Crushed Velvet Apocalypse  Caciocavallo  2001          2:01:06 (Pop-up)
The Moody Blues  Nights in White Satin   Favoriting Days of Future Passed  Deram  1967  LP        2:05:31 (Pop-up)
Luminis  Nightfall Child   Favoriting From Within  no label  2010          2:12:49 (Pop-up)
Claire Voyant  Broadcast   Favoriting Lustre  Metropolis Records  2009          2:18:59 (Pop-up)
Factory of Dreams  Slow Motion World   Favoriting Des Filles Et Des Riffs Vol. 1  Savage Prod            2:25:06 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 

 

 

 

 

 

2:30:10 (Pop-up)
The Dandy Warhols  Shakin'   Favoriting Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia  Capitol  2000          2:33:48 (Pop-up)
Black Devil Disco Club  To Ardent   Favoriting Circus  Lo  2011    Featuring Nancy Sinatra    *   2:37:10 (Pop-up)
Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians  If You Were a Priest   Favoriting Element of Life  Rhino  1995          2:40:30 (Pop-up)
No Joy  Maggie Says I Love You   Favoriting Ghost Blonde  Mexican Summer  2011        *   2:43:27 (Pop-up)
The Mamas & the Papas`  Straight Shooter   Favoriting If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears  Dunhill  1966          2:46:53 (Pop-up)
Padang Food Tigers  Chime Down the Lonely Monarch   Favoriting Born Music  Blackest Rainbow  2011        *   2:50:00 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 

 

 

 

 

 

2:52:59 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:00am
helsingfred:

good morning ...!
  3:01am
Sailors:

Hellooooo, Julie!
  3:01am
pierre:

Bonjour Julie !
Bonjour listeners
  3:02am
Adam in Portland:

Le Freak! Hello, Julie! :-)
  3:02am
jaycjay:

"In The Navy." Julie, you are too brilliant for words.
  3:03am
king penguin:

The Hells Kitchen choir!
  3:03am
Julie:

Hello everyone!
  3:03am
Adam in Portland:

Bonjour, Pierre! Good morning, H.
  3:03am
Adam in Portland:

Does this mean you entertained during Fleet Week? Hahaha.
  3:04am
?:

Village People Rock!
  3:06am
king penguin:

To have ambition is my ambition.
  3:08am
Julie:

@Adam, alas no.
  3:08am
Sal:

HELLO JULIE
  3:08am
Marmalade kitty:

Good Morning :) ? was me!
  3:08am
Adam in Portland:

The members of N.W.A. used to wear bulletproof vests on stage.
  3:08am
jay:

well hells kitchen isnt going to help sir all mighty king penguin
  3:09am
Sal:

in the middle of a 12 hr work day.
  3:09am
Adam in Portland:

@Julie: maybe security guard summer? Teasing.
  3:09am
jay:

dammit, what is with women and sailors,,,, i mean no offence to sailors but
  3:10am
Julie:

@Jay Ha Fabio asked me the same thing. I could not explain.
  3:11am
Adam in Portland:

Sailors do it with more rope? ZING!
  3:11am
jay:

the decline of british empire loooooool. barcelona catalans just reaffirmed that statement two days ago!
  3:11am
Marmalade kitty:

great start Julie. I love Arthur..
  3:11am
Adam in Portland:

Oh, yeah, I went there! Throw me in the brig.
  3:12am
jay:

lololol ok julie, are you down with sailors?
  3:12am
Sal:

adam at least i am not a free loading. i would rather work 100 hrs a week than be lazy as those bums in the west coast referring to sf.
  3:13am
Adam in Portland:

Julie's up with sailors.
  3:13am
helsingfred:

I'm Barnacle Bill the Sailor !
  3:14am
Julie:

So much for my great start! Sorry!
  3:14am
Adam in Portland:

@Sal: huh? But no offense meant.
  3:15am
Sal:

some bob hope please julie thanks
  3:16am
helsingfred:

Mlle.DJ, illegitimus non carborundum est :)
  3:16am
Julie:

Ugh if this one's wrong i'm leaving it!
  3:16am
cz=kluk:

huge kate bush influence on more recent pj harvey, eh?
  3:16am
Sal:

@ adam in california most people would rather have a handout from gov't than work.
  3:17am
jay:

so i was wondering... are sailors part of the navy? and do you have to meet certain qualifications to be a sailor? at least with the air force or coast guard you need school grades like a ivy-league dreamer
  3:17am
Adam in Portland:

Urrrr, alright.
  3:18am
Adam in Portland:

I love well-paved roads.
  3:18am
Sal:

i work security in the #1 entitlement state outside of california (new jersey).
  3:19am
jay:

DONOVAN!!! im starting to see incense and peppermints...
  3:20am
Julie:

@Hels, wha?
  3:21am
Adam in Portland:

I was a security guard for about six months just out of university. One of the stranger jobs I've ever had. I saw a lot of deer and illicit late-night office building trysts. I know that world.
  3:21am
Adam in Portland:

Like I said, no offense meant. We can agree that Julie is a fine, fine host.
  3:22am
Sal:

PA baby
  3:22am
jaycjay:

@Julie, Wikipedia tells me that 'Illegitimi non carborundum is a mock-Latin aphorism meaning "Don't let the bastards grind you down"'.
  3:23am
Sal:

i know its a thankless job but atleast i am doing an honest living.
  3:23am
jaycjay:

This is one of those shows, apparently, where most of the playlist conversation will leave me having no idea what is going on.
  3:23am
Adam in Portland:

Me too! Hahaha.
  3:24am
Adam in Portland:

Sal, thank you, and I mean that sincerely.
  3:25am
Julie:

Who's trying to grind me down? Am I in some sort of Pink Floyd visual?
  3:25am
helsingfred:

Okay then let's go all Dada electric rubber band plotz pebble zoomf
  3:27am
Sal:

hey leave julie alone. no sexual references towards julie.
  3:28am
Sal:

i have your back julie.
  3:28am
Adam in Portland:

When I was a security guard I listened to a lot of Elliott Smith on the job. Not a bad time at all.
  3:29am
Julie:

Why, thank you, Sal. But if there was something cruel, I did not see.
  3:29am
Marmalade kitty:

Thank you for the Anti War songs. with out war there would be no need for Memorial day. ****Memorial day and fuck War!
  3:30am
Sal:

i am listening to WFMU via the app on my phone.
  3:31am
Julie:

@MK you're welcome..sorry to mess up the Donovan. UGH.
  3:32am
jaycjay:

MK, my memorial set at my bar tonight kicked off with Stiff Little Fingers' "Tin Soldiers" and continued in that vein of respecting the individuals caught up in war but not those powers and governments that put them there.
  3:32am
Sal:

i once saved a female that was nearly choked to death and saved another women from getting hit by a beer glass.
  3:32am
Julie:

@Sal you're quite the hero
  3:33am
Sal:

you're welcome julie
  3:35am
Sal:

next mission get hit by a bullet protecting a female.
  3:36am
Sal:

women are beautiful creatuers
  3:38am
Marmalade kitty:

Love rick wright singing!!
  3:38am
helsingfred:

Remember now, this is a Gender Equality Zone (TM). Men and women are quite the same, except that women are somewhat lumpier and bumpier.
  3:39am
Adam in Portland:

Hey, MK!
  3:39am
Sal:

could you play some john lennon?
  3:40am
Julie:

@Sal Perhaps, after while, after Kristeen's set.
  3:41am
jay:

syd barrett... the man
  3:42am
jay:

so piper at the gates of dawn-esque
  3:42am
Sal:

@ helsing fred: not trying to violate the zone
  3:43am
helsingfred:

Roger that
  3:43am
jaycjay:

Julie, Looking forward to Kristeen, and also to Eliza Rickman coming up. Hadn't heard of her before your pointer but impressed with what I've heard since then.
  3:49am
Sal:

hey adam hows the weather in Portland?
  3:50am
Adam in Portland:

Not too bad. Typically rainy, but sunning up for the summer. Jersey?
  3:52am
Sal:

muggy and hot. 70 as late as 7pm.
  3:53am
Sal:

i meant 80
  3:53am
Adam in Portland:

Oooof. Sorry to hear. I don't miss that from my youth in Ohio and Massachusetts. All the gray in Portland can be a drag but the summers aren't so bad, and I love the city of Portland.
  3:54am
Sal:

dark night of the soul
  3:54am
jay:

the first time i heard interpol i was about 3 tabs in deep and my sense of hearing was so dam sensitive. it was in baltimore, virgin festival 2007. it was great, but too bad i lost my friends at the time becos they missed out on a great great band live. will never forget
  3:54am
Sal:

keep up the good work julie
  3:55am
Sal:

AL Gore is a hack.
  3:55am
helsingfred:

Does a "FLEETing" theme include WARpaint ?
  3:56am
jaycjay:

73 right now here in Brooklyn. And muggy. Not complaining though; I heard someone today complaining about the heat and I was thinking... wow, you're in for a long summer! It's been in the 80s for all of three days so far.
  3:56am
Adam in Portland:

I worked at a place called Holland Hitch Co. one summer when I was around 13 years old. Don't remember what city however.
  3:56am
Adam in Portland:

Oops, I should have mentioned it was in NJ.
  3:57am
Sal:

I LOVE WFMU
  3:58am
jaycjay:

Adam, Google puts it in Whitehouse, NJ... at least currently.
  3:58am
Sal:

too bad the state destroyed upsalla and sold part of the property to east orange school district.
  3:59am
Sal:

julie i was sleeping and work this wknd
  4:00am
Adam in Portland:

Thank you, jaycjay! You are a champ. I drilled pins all day. Ugh. Haha. But loved my co-workers, almost all of whom were my seniors by at least 20 years or more.
  4:04am
Adam in Portland:

I mostly dogsat three dogs, but also saw a very moving and inspirational documentary called The Interrupters, about the work of Chicago's Ceasefire organization.
  4:04am
helsingfred:

nice stuff ! go go go !
  4:04am
Marmalade kitty:

Orgasmatron Motorhead! Julie? :)
  4:05am
Adam in Portland:

GIRLSCHOOL!
  4:11am
Julie:

Motorhead? Scratching my head here.
  4:12am
Marmalade kitty:

I have to start a band!
  4:14am
Julie:

Oh, and in case you didn't read the description on the site, Tony Visconti co-engineered this.
  4:16am
Marmalade kitty:

Kristeen is great! Good job Julie! Where does she hail from?
  4:17am
Julie:

@MK I am all for starting bands!
  4:17am
Julie:

@MK Originally St. Louis, but she lives in NY now.
  4:32am
Marmalade kitty:

Kristeen has a slight Morrissey shrill on the end of her- you can"tryyyy" ;) love it!!
  4:33am
Marmalade kitty:

Morrissey box
  4:34am
Julie:

Funny you bring him up...
  4:35am
Marmalade kitty:

meat!
  4:36am
Marmalade kitty:

(never speak of such things with Moz the dictator!)
  4:38am
jaycjay:

That Morrissey thing was ridiculous. That anyone in the crowd would be offended by the comment is silly; it's just that it referred to Morrissey himself that brought any reaction. It was clearly joking, but the Morrissey Empire couldn't accept it.
  4:39am
Julie:

Yeah unfortunately we can't repeat the comment on the air, but feel free to google
  4:39am
jaycjay:

heh... I don't have to, I remember it. But I'm sure it's easily located.
  4:44am
Marmalade kitty:

I'll have to look that one up! I wasn't aware of the Moz thing, just an observation, of her similarities with said moz shrill. Wow, that is a story!
  4:47am
Marmalade kitty:

Oh dear!!
  4:51am
Julie:

@MK ha so you see why I couldn't ask her to say it, though I doubt she would have.
  4:53am
Marmalade kitty:

what ever happened to Rock & roll.. lol!!
  4:53am
joe:

never heard this version before
  4:56am
jaycjay:

I grant that in retrospect it's probably not something that an unknown supporting act should say but yeah../ MK has it right. This is rock n roll? Well, no, I guess not. It was Morrissey.
  4:56am
Julie:

Is this a cover? Shows how much I know!
  5:01am
Marmalade kitty:

@jaycjay: You're dead right about the Morrissey Empire. Going to BIG gigs these days turns my stomach, I cant stand the sycophantic music scene. Didn't Morrissey write about that?
  5:05am
jaycjay:

I see relatively unknown local and touring bands a few times a week, some good and some really not but all having fun, as are their crowds (which sometimes isn't the right term). So much more enjoyable to me, really, than seeing someone "huge". And the interrelationships between bands that really respect each other, even when they're doing something completely different, is the best.
  5:07am
jaycjay:

Gotta cut out, short work week means I can't put off work as late tomorrow as I usually do on Tuesdays. Julie thanks as always for a great show; I'll look forward to hearing the final hour on the archive.
  5:08am
Julie:

@Jay thanks! Goodnight!
  5:09am
Marmalade kitty:

Have a nice week J!!
  5:12am
stump:

Good morning Julie and all .
I love to start my Tuesdays here.
  5:12am
Julie:

Good morning, Stump!
  5:19am
Marmalade kitty:

I must sound like a miserable oldie! the price of drinks, health and safety people cattling at huge gigs all too much!
  5:21am
Julie:

@MK agreed. Brendan Perry plays tomorrow night and I'm debating going because it'll be crazy. I saw Eliza last week, nice cafe, very relaxed.
  5:24am
Marmalade kitty:

Brace yourself! I'm sure you'll be fine ;)
  5:26am
Julie:

Meghan won't be going which was a surprise, but maybe when he's back with DCD
  5:27am
Brick Van Dee:

Only just tuned in - Can't believe I missed more Floyd!
  5:27am
Julie:

@Brick! There is often Floyd!
  5:36am
helsingfred:

Oh noes, Clothilde withdrawal !
  5:37am
Julie:

Ah no french this week! Sorry HF!
  5:38am
hamburger / london:

hey howdy hi, been tuning in and out, that kristeen young was pretty neat :)
  5:39am
helsingfred:

"I will survive !" :-D
  5:39am
Julie:

@Hamburger glad you enjoyed her!
  5:42am
hamburger / london:

(oh, by tuning in and out I meant I can't always be at my desk.. of course I wouldn't turn on to another station :3 )
  5:44am
Julie:

PHEW!
  5:45am
Marmalade kitty:

Are you up with Clay and fabio on wednesday Julie?
  5:46am
Marmalade kitty:

sorry thursday
  5:46am
Julie:

@MK actually Wed they are filling in for Seven Second Delay and I should be with them. Don't know about Thursday, never know what Clay will do.
  5:51am
Sal:

another wonderful day tuesday i wish u nothing but the best to u julie
  5:52am
Julie:

Thanks Sal! Thanks everyone for listening!
  5:56am
helsingfred:

our tuesday morning musical refreshments were sparklingly delightful as always :)
  5:58am
Marmalade kitty:

cool :) Great show Julie!!
  5:58am
Julie:

Awww thanks HF! see y'all next week! As Frangry says, Have a good one!
  11:48am
Van:

Looks like I missed an outstanding show! Time to play serious catch up thanks to wonderful WFMU archives! :)
  8:46pm
Matt from Springfield:

Hi Julie! Sorry I didn't make the Kristeen Young set--it was as great as I thought it would be! Listened to it that Tuesday, just leaving some comments now!

And you even remembered "Have You Ever Worked With Anything In Hi-Tek?" for me! :)
You're right, it is so different from her current material, though it's surprising she came up with it without ever listening to Kate Bush--this is the song that links them in my mind.
  8:49pm
Matt from Springfield:

"In the Navy" to start off Fleet Week?! I shoulda expected something like that!
And Cocteau Twins, Love's Easy Tears! The title track was very good--I prefer the live TV version of "Orange Appled" to the LET release, but LET itself I admit was lovely.
  8:54pm
Matt from Springfield:

Claire Voyant, love her! But Black Devil Disco Club?? Are you QUITE SURE that was Nancy? ;)

"If You Were A Priest" was some great Robyn Hitchcock to follow up. And "Straight Shooter", heard that a while back but haven't listened to that in years. And Padang Food Tigers, the newest contagious New Bin item! And I heard them HERE first!
  8:57pm
Matt from Springfield:

Looking forward to Eliza Rickman tomorrow, I WILL be able to make that! Glad you'll still be on the summer schedule too!
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