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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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Options June 14, 2011: London's Calling

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Abba  I'm a Marionette   Options Abba the Album  Polar Music  1977  LP      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Ataraxia  Daytia   Options Oil on Canvas  Ultra Mail Productions  2009        0:10:58 (Pop‑up)
Where Angels Fall  Feed on Depression   Options Marionettes  Where Angels Fall  2008        0:14:15 (Pop‑up)
Kristeen Young  London Cry   Options The Orphans  Test Tube Baby & TVPI  2006        0:18:26 (Pop‑up)
Leaves' Eyes  Skraelings   Options Legend Land  Napalm Records  2006        0:23:00 (Pop‑up)
The Clash  London Calling   Options London Calling  Epic  1979  LP      0:26:30 (Pop‑up)
Wendy James  London's Brilliant   Options Now Ain't the Time for Your Tears  Geffein  1993        0:29:51 (Pop‑up)
Serge Gainsbourg  Nazi Rock   Options Rock Around the Bunker  Polygram International  1975        0:32:22 (Pop‑up)
Joe Jackson  Down to London   Options Blaze of Glory  A&M  1989        0:35:19 (Pop‑up)
Rosewater Elizabeth  At Your Wedding   Options La Petit Morte  24-hour Service Station  1995        0:39:33 (Pop‑up)
Chirleison  Delicate Magnetism   Options A Whisper  Fossil Dungeon  2005        0:43:46 (Pop‑up)
Ray Davies  London Song   Options The Storyteller  EMI-Capitol  1998        0:50:00 (Pop‑up)
Tori Amos  London Girls   Options Caught A Lite Sneeze Single  Piski Disk Records   1996        0:53:38 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






0:56:55 (Pop‑up)
Echo & The Bunnymen  People are Strange   Options The Lost Boys OST            1:06:19 (Pop‑up)
Rhea's Obsession  End of the Night   Options Darken My Fire: A Gothic Tribute to the Doors  Cleopatra  2000        1:09:36 (Pop‑up)
Forthcoming Fire  The Crystal Ship   Options Lizard King:A Tribute to Jim Morrison    1993        1:12:51 (Pop‑up)
The Doors  Whiskey, Mystics and Men   Options Essential Rarities    1969        1:15:34 (Pop‑up)
Siouxsie & the Banshees  You're Lost Little Girl   Options Through the Looking Glass  geffen/warner bros.  1987  LP      1:17:50 (Pop‑up)
Dissolve  Touch Me   Options An Electronic Tribute to the Doors            1:20:45 (Pop‑up)
Blondie  Moonlight Drive (live)   Options Earth, Air, Wind & Fire -- Tribute to the Doors            1:23:52 (Pop‑up)
Brian Auger & The Trinity with Julie Driscoll  Light My Fire   Options Streetnoise    1969        1:29:00 (Pop‑up)
Scarling  Hello London   Options So Long, Scarecrow  Sympathy for the Record Industry  2005        1:32:44 (Pop‑up)
Mellonta Tauta  Over the Ocean   Options Sun Fell  El Kabure Records  1994        1:38:31 (Pop‑up)
April In the Orange  A Broken Circle   Options The Glittering Fish Were Stars  no label  2011  LP    *   1:41:04 (Pop‑up)
London After Midnight  Pure   Options Violent Acts of Beauty  Trisol  2008        1:47:07 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






1:52:51 (Pop‑up)
Jefferson Airplane  Rejoyce   Options After Bathing At Baxter's  RCA  1967  LP      2:01:00 (Pop‑up)
Spectre Folk  Sold Your Eyes to the Moon   Options The Blackest Medicine Vol. II  Woodsist  2011  LP    *   2:04:28 (Pop‑up)
Cecil McCartney  Sang the Crow   Options OM  EMI  2011  LP  original release 1968  *   2:09:37 (Pop‑up)
Robin Guthrie  Misty   Options Songs To Help My Children Sleep  Darla Records  2009        2:13:26 (Pop‑up)
Chalk Circle  The Slap   Options Reflection  Mississippi Records  2011  LP  recorded 1981-1983  *   2:19:04 (Pop‑up)
Starbreaker  The Sound of Summer   Options The Sound of Summer  Chrysalis  1977        2:21:19 (Pop‑up)
Justin Hayward  London is Behind Me (single)   Options     1965        2:23:51 (Pop‑up)
Genesis  Looking for Someone   Options Trespass  ABC/Dunhill  1970  LP      2:25:50 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






2:33:06 (Pop‑up)
Inkubus Sukkubus  Heartbeat of the Earth   Options Heartbeat of the Earth  Resurrection  1995        2:38:38 (Pop‑up)
Herman's Hermits  Can't You Hear My Heartbeat   Options Their Greatest Hits  Abkco    LP      2:43:21 (Pop‑up)
Saint Etienne  London Belongs To Me   Options Foxbase Alpha  Warner Bros.  1991        2:45:41 (Pop‑up)
Tearist  Without One   Options Living  Thin Wrist  2011  LP    *   2:49:37 (Pop‑up)
Distant Thunder  Tin Soldiers   Options Bay Area Retrograde Vol. 1  Dark Entries  2011  LP    *   2:52:37 (Pop‑up)
Madonna  Jump   Options Confessions on a Dance Floor  Maverick  2011      *   2:56:43 (Pop‑up)
T. Rex  Funky London Childhood   Options T.Rex Unchained: Unreleased Recordings Volume 6: 1975  Chronicles  1996        2:59:59 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






3:02:29 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:01am pete ( once again ):

  3:03am Matt from Springfield:

You're just a marionette--or else just a comic drawing??

How was London, Julie!
  3:04am fred:

Good morning Julie, I'm glad you didn't take the summer off
  3:04am pete ( once again ):

Julie, this is great. I never heard this Abba song before.
  3:06am helsingfred:

g'morning y'all !
  3:10am Julie:

Good morning, cats and kittens
  3:11am Julie:

London is in a couple days :) Not there yet!
  3:13am pete ( once again ):

yayayayayayayayayaya for playing Kristen young!!!!!!!!!! I look forward to her concert sunday
  3:15am Matt from Springfield:

@pete: Aw man, see the concert for all of us! I look forward to seeing her live one day, I'm sure many other listeners do too!
  3:16am helsingfred:

I think I'm a newly minted kristeen young fan!
  3:16am pete ( once again ):

I sure will. And its ALL because of you that I heard her music first on WFMU. I plan on buying all her music and putting her stuff into rotation on my show.
  3:17am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Have you looked into London record stores yet? Four years ago there was a bunch of good ones in Notting Hill Gate, between Hyde Park and Portobello Road. They had several departments and varieties of genres.
  3:18am KP:

i could swear that's my copy of Millie the Model.
  3:21am Julie:

I really haven't, Matt. All I know is Resurrection in Camden.
  3:22am Matt from Springfield:

That reminds me, Pete:
You had mentioned during your show that Julie was sending emails to you, but I didn't recall you saying or posting your email. Could you share it with the class here?
  3:23am Matt from Springfield:

Hmm, depends where you're going to be; Camden is farther from the city center, but if you're more "downtown" that's a good district to check out.
  3:28am pete ( once again ):

Matt I do not recall mentioning her sending me any emails. I did mention she was tuning in via the internet and streaming the show.
  3:28am Brick Van Dee:

Wow, not heard Serge's "Nazi" stuff before.
  3:29am helsingfred:

Serge can qualify as today's dose of French pop
  3:30am Julie:

Hi Brick! Hi HF!
  3:31am Matt from Springfield:

@pete: Oh, I thought you were saying Julie had emailed that she was streaming in...in that case it was the same as me!
No email, then?
  3:37am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, never heard of Rosewater Elizabeth. Apparently an ethereal group from Tampa Bay in the 90s--did you just learn about them Julie, or are you a longtime fan?
  3:38am Julie:

Longtime fan, Matt. Fairly certain I've played them before. In fact they might be on my Premium.
  3:42am Matt from Springfield:

Ah, still awaiting my swag...I did just received the much-anticipated Best Show 2010 DVD, so things are workin' through the pipeline.
  3:42am Matt from Springfield:

Not nearly as fast as the Internet though. Now that's a SERIES of pipelines...
  3:42am Julie:

Yes apparently Corn Weenie is out as well.
  3:43am helsingfred:

my swag hit finland about two weeks ago, so no prob there
  3:44am Julie:

Yay for swag! I STILL haven't filled out my darn swag form
  3:45am Matt from Springfield:

Oooh, a "storytelling" Ray Davies. Like Ray, but even more so!
@Julie: But you are going to be honest about it. Not snagging the swag while distracting Joe, are ya? :)
  3:46am KP:

Yay, Ray!
  3:46am Julie:

@Matt I haven't done that in years, although Joe is easily distracted by a female face ;)
  3:48am Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, I'm sure the statute of limitations has run out. Just do penance by playing us those antique, rare premiums on the show!
  3:48am helsingfred:

fans of PJ and Tori, I have to recommend Manna, a local gal with a kindred groove
  3:49am Julie:

HF sounds good I'll check her out
  3:50am Matt from Springfield:

@HF: Does Manna sing in English? Solo or with band?
  3:53am helsingfred:

In English, with a band behind her. Try this :: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH9-9IKesyc
  4:01am Matt from Springfield:

I saw Echo & the Bunnymen last month, but they didn't play this song. THIS version was actually the first "People Are Strange" I heard, on that "Lost Boys" soundtrack, though I wasn't aware it was E&TB at the time--so it was also my first time hearing them!
  4:02am Julie:

@Matt great, isn't it :)
  4:02am jim:

When you're really strange everybody remembers your name but you can't tell them apart
  4:05am Matt from Springfield:

I like them! I agree with Brian Turner that there were a few drawbacks during the last tour, but overall it was a really great show!

@HF: Took a look at the Manna vid--very much in Tori's vein, she certainly fits the Dark Night aesthetic!
  4:06am KP:

Geez, this great.
  4:08am KP:

I failed the math test. And apparently grammar, too. the 'great' was for end of the night.
Comps are wonderful!
  4:09am demo:

Morning Julie. Cycling through London city, on my way to work, enjoyed your little-London session.

What's up with echo and the bunnymen doing people are strange?
  4:09am Steve:

Love Jim
  4:10am Julie:

@Demo I like it
  4:11am coldcunt:

what is better - North America un South America?
  4:11am jim:


I thought I'd heard everything they'd ever done
  4:12am helsingfred:

I think Manna's got some real talent. She's part of a new breed of Finnish musicians who are more or less bypassing the local music infra (and local labels) and leapfrogging to a bigger audience. She toured with MAdM and I think that raised her profile. She does concerts in Helsinki once in a while and they're fabuloso. SIOUXSIE 4EVA !!!
  4:13am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, this is Siouxsie! I've heard several covers of "You're Lost Little Girl", first time I noticed this one.
  4:14am helsingfred:

Siouxsie has picked some great covers. Helter Skelter, (Iggy's) Passenger, ...
  4:15am demo:

Morning Julie.

Enjoyed your little London-session, cycling into work this morning.

Good on Siouxsie and her cover. Made it hers
  4:15am Julie:

Thanks Demo, welcome..more London coming up!
  4:15am Julie:

@HF Dear Prudence!
  4:16am helsingfred:

wow this Dissolve song is cooooooooooool
  4:16am demo:

this band fronted by mad..donna?
  4:17am helsingfred:

Yup! Dear Prudence fer sher! Wasn't that by a group called the Beatles? I think they were Paul McCartney's old backup band :-P
  4:20am Bill K:

You are opening my doors of perception.
  4:20am pierre:

Once again, here with you on the comments board, and with you through mind and thoughts, but not with music ! Cannot listen to my favourite radio here.

Still Bonjour to Julie, and all listeners !
  4:23am Julie:

Bonjour Pierre!
  4:23am Julie:

@Bill Always happy to open doors
  4:24am Matt from Springfield:

Bonjour, Pierre et Listener Extraordinaire!
  4:26am Matt from Springfield:

As this time I've been up from the night before, I'm going to have to say a hearty Bonsoir to Julie, Pierre and the other listeners! Enjoy the show, I'll catch up later!

Best of times in London to you! One of my favorite cities on Earth!
  4:26am Bill K:

  4:27am Julie:

@Matt awww...goodnight Matt! If you have any London tips email me :)
  4:28am Matt from Springfield:

Fer sure Julie! Goodnight!
  4:30am Jim's father:

"My son had a unique genius, which he expressed without compromise."
  4:32am helsingfred:

@billK yeah the Mighty Boosh are a gas! "The Priest & the Beast", wandering the desert in search of the new sound... and of course guest appearances by RiD :-D
  4:41am pete ( once again ):

Julie is this LAM?
  4:44am Julie:

oh wait..yes London After Midnight Yes
  4:46am pete ( once again ):

I love it.
  5:05am stump:

Wow this Spectre Folk track is really great A real eye opener
Thanks Julie!
  5:09am pierre:

Going to london; how cool !
if you're planning to step in Paris, give me a shout !
  5:09am Julie:

Pierre I am considering a side trip there, though I have no idea where to go!
  5:09am pierre:

although even if its an easy trip london> paris, it might be an expensive one.
  5:10am Julie:

My only complaint is I'll have to get different money!
  5:10am pierre:

where to stay you mean ?
  5:13am helsingfred:

CC is from Siouxsie's day? Makes me kinda wonder who was influencing whom..
  5:13am Julie:

No just where to go. Not planning on staying overnight, just for the day hopefully
  5:17am pierre:

ok, so it might indeed be expensive, but if you want to go somewhere cool, there is plenty : parcs (buttes chaumont; montsouris…), Montmatre (sexy bohemian district, pigalle, etc), Père Lachaise cemetery (where a lot of famous people are buried), Bellevile (popular district where you can eat food from anywhere), Louvre (see Mona Lisa and her friends)… But maybe from London you'll get an idea.
  5:21am helsingfred:

Montmartre is best on the weekend. Be sure to stop by Gals Rock. Are you into flea markets - there's a huge one on the north end.
  5:23am helsingfred:

  5:25am pierre:

are you speaking about Clignancourt, helsingfred ?
  5:36am helsingfred:

It's Le Puces in Saint Ouen. Metro: Porte de Clignancourt (line 4) or Garibaldi (line 13). It's huge! "inaugurated in 1885, and currently has over 2000 shops selling everything imaginable." Et en particulièrement Marche des Rosiers (3 rue Paul Bert): "A mere 12 stalls specialize in Art Nouveau (and Art Deco)."
  5:49am stump:

Have a great time Julie we will miss you
  5:49am pierre:

yeah that's it (i call it Clignacourt as it the subway station)
very cool flea market indeed.
I remember going in a shop called "Took from the customs", it had all kind of weird sex themed items, as well as crazy weapons, knifes, swords… Crazy crazy, stuffs…
  5:50am Julie:

Thank you, Stump! I'll be back, and you can catch up on archives ;)
  5:51am helsingfred:

hah @pierre do you remember roughly where it was? sounds fun
  5:54am pierre:

i was something like 12 or 15 years old.
roughly i'd say, by the end of the main "avenue" of the market.
  5:54am helsingfred:

oh noes the clock is running out
  5:54am Julie:

Yes indeed! Thanks you guys for tuning in!
  5:59am helsingfred:

this show had a really cool vibe meandering btwn dark and 60s
  5:59am pierre:

thanks julie, have a great trip !
maybe see you soon !
  1:44pm Van:

Another wonderful Dark Night of the Soul. As always, thank you Julie for making my workday on Tuesday more enjoyable through the magic of archive :) Safe travels to you. Give Toyah a hug for me.
  3:28pm fxo:

from what I've gathered, you're going to be travelling soon.
Have a good trip.
  5:42pm DJ Cruel Britannia:

This is great stuff, I do find myself returning here for the music now. Enjoy your trip to London; I would arrange a meet up & say Hi but I'm about 200 miles away from our capital...
  8:20pm Marmalade Kitty:

Great show julie! *archive! Have fun in London :)
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