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Options June 29, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Mystery Claw  Flashlights   Options     0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Lynn  Nice and Easy   Options Single  Atlantic  0:03:57 (Pop‑up)
Pylon  Cool (Deerhunter Cover)   Options   DFA  0:05:40 (Pop‑up)
Opus Orange  Shadow in the light   Options single    0:10:29 (Pop‑up)
white label  Gonna take a lotta love (dub mix)   Options     0:14:10 (Pop‑up)
Cornell Campbell  Natty Dread in a greenwich town   Options   Jackpot  0:17:52 (Pop‑up)
Zoovox  Zoovox Theme   Options   lectric sands  0:26:54 (Pop‑up)
Lalo schifirin  theme from Mannix   Options     0:27:07 (Pop‑up)
Silver Platinum & Gold  La la Love chains   Options single  Warner bros  0:27:36 (Pop‑up)
Vanilla  Smalltalk   Options High Life    0:30:19 (Pop‑up)
Eric & The Vikings  get off the streets y'all   Options Single  vibration  0:33:54 (Pop‑up)
Quincy Jones  Ironside theme   Options     0:34:42 (Pop‑up)
Commodores  Dont you be worried   Options single  Mowest  0:35:33 (Pop‑up)
Dan August theme        0:44:28 (Pop‑up)
Thelma Houston  I aint going nowhere   Options   motown  0:38:30 (Pop‑up)
The Leaders  its a Rat Race   Options   Tru Soul Volume 1  0:43:09 (Pop‑up)
DK  Call to Arms (edit)   Options     0:46:59 (Pop‑up)
PP Arnold   If you think you're groovy   Options Greatest Hits  Immediate  0:51:41 (Pop‑up)
The Smiths  Now I taste the tears   Options single  Columbia  0:54:26 (Pop‑up)
Barnaby jones theme        0:56:19 (Pop‑up)
Fathers Children  Everybody's got a problem   Options Who's gonna save the world  Numero Group  0:57:39 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
John Barry 

Time out   Options

Beat Girl OST 

cherry red 

1:21:44 (Pop‑up)
Bamboo  Sok Mi Toot Tru Luv   Options S/T  Warner bros  1:08:40 (Pop‑up)
Crystal Mansion  Somebody oughta turn your head around   Options S/T  Rare Earth  1:12:27 (Pop‑up)
Odyssey   Home of the Brave   Options   Motown  1:17:06 (Pop‑up)
Africa  Light My fire   Options   Ode  1:20:11 (Pop‑up)
Radio Trip  Computers singing (alfomenga remix)   Options Mediterranean grooves and raw sounds  High Fidelity  1:24:58 (Pop‑up)
Hugh Masekela  Umanmimgi Bona   Options Grrrrr  Mercury  1:28:36 (Pop‑up)
Peter falk roasting Frank Sinatra as columbo        1:32:21 (Pop‑up)
Les Paul & Mary Ford  Smoke Rings   Options   Ace  1:35:18 (Pop‑up)
Bette Williams  Now that i'm gone when are you leaving?   Options Swamp Dogg's Southern Soul Girls  Ace  1:38:35 (Pop‑up)
Betty & Angel  Everlasting Love   Options Single  Every day  1:40:53 (Pop‑up)
Bullion  Time for us all to love   Options Young Heartache ep    1:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Madlib  track 5   Options Loop Digga medicine show # 5  no label  1:50:04 (Pop‑up)
cOLUMBO INTERROGATION SCENE        1:51:42 (Pop‑up)
Connie Pitts  Working People   Options single  Hob is gospel  1:55:34 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Moore  Clean up your own yard   Options single  Atlantic  1:58:38 (Pop‑up)
Class Actress  Keep you   Options Rapproacher    2:06:52 (Pop‑up)
Wet Hair  My Heart is the spider my mind is the fly   Options In Vogue spirit  De Stijl  2:10:04 (Pop‑up)
Bock Barley  The Together Train   Options Dead at the Control  Hong Kong Recordings  2:13:55 (Pop‑up)
Rockford files theme        2:16:50 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Clemons and the mighty power band  The Devil has made this land his playground   Options 12 inch  Superior elevation  2:21:19 (Pop‑up)
Labelle  Moonshadow (re edit)   Options     2:28:14 (Pop‑up)
Smash  El Garrotin   Options Achilifunk: Gypsy Soul 1969-1979 (V/A)  lovemonk  2:35:20 (Pop‑up)
Duffy Power  Davy O brien   Options Saint Etienne Present Songs For The Dog & Duck  Ace  2:38:58 (Pop‑up)
Lee Hazelwood & Ann Margret  Dark end of the street   Options The Cowboy & The Lady  Ini  2:41:04 (Pop‑up)
Don Covay  Ain't nuthin a young girl can do for me (cept show me where an older woman is)   Options Different strokes different folks  Janus  2:44:23 (Pop‑up)
  If theer's a will there's a way       2:46:40 (Pop‑up)
Vangelis & Mariangela  You are the One   Options Honalulu baby    2:50:16 (Pop‑up)
Lodi  I hope I see it my lifetime   Options   mowest  2:53:29 (Pop‑up)
Gimmicks   California Soul   Options   Polydor (Sweden)  2:57:15 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:07pm annie:

yes, but not for long.. ... strange days here...
  12:07pm pierre:

Bonjour Duane !
  12:08pm Ken:

  12:08pm J J:

ooooh, don't like this cover much, but hello Duane!
  12:09pm Duane:

Hello y'all! Yeah this is a tough one to improve on JJ
  12:25pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Duane and all the listeners.
  12:26pm yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Duane, can you write that blog's name or link to the post you mentioned?
  12:26pm yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Duane, can you write that blog's name or link to the post you mentioned?
  12:27pm Duane:

  12:28pm BDR:

Mannix! Same plot every show. Great song!
  12:28pm Ike:

Yeah, and a lot of real detectives are OLD too, aren't they?

The first couple of seasons of Homicide: Life on the Street were esp. realistic because they had people like Melissa Leo and chunky older dudes like Ned Beatty as detectives.
  12:30pm Duane:

Ike: Homicide was great! I even loved Cagney and Lacey
  12:32pm yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

  12:33pm BodegaMan:

Smalltalk reminds me of the Vegas (w robert urich) theme song. One of my favorite PI shows of all time.
  12:35pm Boomer:

  12:36pm Ike:

Too bad NBC made Homicide add models later in the show's run. (But in those later seasons, David Simon started writing for TV, so without them I guess "The Wire" would never have existed.) Never saw Cagney & Lacey.
  12:43pm Duane:

Cagney & Lacey's great just becasue the women were gritty and over 40, had grey hair and cursed!
  12:46pm still b/p:

I wonder if my criteria for the worst crime are the same as Dan August's criteria for the worst crime.
  12:52pm Ike:

The worst crime is the writing in the average episode of Criminal Minds. Heh. :P
  12:52pm jaycjay:

@Ike, yeah, the last season of Homicide was, from the beginning with the 3-part arc with James Earl Jones, almost like they were starting to rip off Miami Vice. Helicopter chase!
  12:53pm Duane:

Ike: That is the worse!!
  12:54pm jaycjay:

And I remember being really p.o.'d about how that 3-parter's finale hinged on a completely fictional interpretation of the Miranda rules. Not the H:LOTS I loved... even besides the suddenly beautiful cst.
  12:54pm jaycjay:

  12:59pm jaycjay:

But the realistic part, yeah, early seasons. Wasn't it season 2 before there was any gunfire at all? And that was when they were ambushed in a hallway and a couple of the detectives were shot, and it was shocking... unlike most cop shows where a cast member gets shot a few times a season, and they all have killed five or six people.
  1:08pm slugluv1313:

IRONSIDE RULES!!!!!!! Perry Mason too :)
  1:18pm jaycjay:

Anybody remember Banacek, with George Peppard?
  1:19pm Duane:

jaycjay: I remember that! I brought that theme..you'll be hearing it soon!
  1:23pm Mike East:

Love the mix today, Duane! Good tunes and good weather eliminates my desire to work.
  1:24pm Duane:

Thanx Mike
  1:25pm jaycjay:

Nice! I thought maybe I only know Banacek because I live among the Polish in Greenpoint.
  1:27pm Cecile:

I remember Banacek.

Good afternoon everyone
  1:28pm Cecile:

Did you do a tribute to Peter Falk? Is it on its way?
  1:32pm Duane:

Hi Cecile,,yeah today we celebrate the great Falk and all of the other great 70's cop shows
  1:34pm Cecile:

Thanks, Duane!
  1:36pm Cecile:

this is priceless!
  1:38pm J J:

This song makes me want to slow dance with myself. Man, I didn't even know Peter Falk died. Where have I been?
  1:42pm Cecile:

Ike, ITA about the last season of Homicide. Stivers was a great addition, but not so much everyone else. Which is a bummer.
  1:43pm Cecile:

J J, it was announced, but I think other deaths/trials pushed it out of the headlines. Poor fella had Alzheimer's for the last 2 yrs of his life. It was probably a release for him. :(
  1:47pm Duane:

YeahCecille..so upsetting that Falk went out like that. He was such a character
  1:47pm Ike:

Oh yeah, Stivers was excellent, but then they didn't give her hardly any screen time. Oh well.
  1:48pm jaycjay:

Stivers, though, actually appeared in season 5... it was season 6 where things really started to change, with Jon Seda and Callie Thorne added and Melissa Leo gone.
  1:50pm Ike:

Ugh, Jon Seda. Ugh. Ugh.
  1:50pm Cecile:

that's true, jaycjay, but many HLOTS fans lump her in with the last crew. And let's not forget the wooden Michael Michelle. But Giancarlo Esposito got a little to do as well.
  1:51pm Cecile:

I also was bummed that they chickened out with Bayliss's bisexual storyline. They brought it up and then dropped it.
  1:54pm still b/p:

"You know, you're an audacious fellow."
Anyone know who that guest perp is?
  1:55pm Cecile:

I think it's Roy Scheider.

Clark Johnson once said of Michael Michelle: "She was the best actress available in the greater Baltimore area at the time."
  1:58pm J J:

I wonder how many times he said "oh and just one more thing" as he was walking away.
  1:58pm Duane:

Michael Michelle! She successfully sued Eddie Murphy for sexual harassment. She was originally cast in Harlem Nights as Murphy's love interest. When she brushed off his advances she got fired!
  2:00pm Cecile:

Good for her. She was wasn't great on Homicide, but good for her for sticking up for herself.
  2:00pm jaycjay:

@Cecile: Ha! That doesn't say much for the Baltimore acting community.
  2:02pm Cecile:

LOL! it's on the actual commentary...
  2:02pm still b/p:

If you told me this was Gladys Knight, I'd believe you.
  2:03pm Cecile:

Toward the end, they were kind of grooming Michelle as a female Pembleton. But considering how the network brass couldn't handle Melissa Leo, that portrayal of an untraditional woman went by the wayside.
  2:13pm Carmichael:

Hope you include Mannix, Duane. He was my favorite private detective.
  2:14pm Cecile:

Rockford Files!
  2:14pm Duane:

Carmichael: LOVE Mannix. I played the TV theme earlier
  2:15pm J J:

Anyone remember The Equalizer? That was "gritty" in a 80's NY sort of way. The intro to that show creeped me out and the theme song was pretty awesome.

  2:16pm Cecile:

I liked the first couple of seasons. Edward Woodward was great.
  2:18pm Cecile:

  2:18pm jaycjay:

Oh yeah, Rockford was great. And I used to try to style my answering machine message after his, but I'm sure I'm not alone in that.
  2:18pm Ike:

That was an awesome theme song by Stewart Copeland, ex-Police drummer.
  2:19pm andymorphic:

my mum has some edward woodward albums.....should give him a spin
  2:19pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Duane. I'll check the archives later.
  2:19pm Ike:

(Equalizer, that is.)
  2:20pm 15M-Spanish revolution:

Sorry to disturb but a country is burning: Greece.

For info about the Spanish Revolution you can follow: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_161764663887959

Europe is really fucked up .-(, meanwhile I'll enjoy the music. Thanx Duane.
  2:32pm clyde stubblefield:

Stew cCpeland a big influence growing up-
not in the same league as this Moonshadow, however
  2:37pm Cecile:

this is amazing. It sounds like a Romany Kinks.
  2:38pm 15M-Spanish revolution:

Ha ha, that one is by Smash, a great band from Seville (where I live now in Spain) doing a groovy cover of a classic flamenco song!!!

  2:42pm 15M-Spanish revolution:

It was a progressive (not too much) band, when local traditional music (under Franco dictatorship) where recieving influence by US rock brought by American marines in military bases settled around here. (This bases are still here to control the Mediterranean Sea)
  2:43pm Cecile:

that's so cool. I'm glad to know the backgroujnd behind the song!
  2:48pm Ike:

LOL at this Don Covay song title. I agree w/him!
  2:49pm postmanpaul:

Hi Duane, hi everyone. listening (pierre, you a listening listener yet!) since start of this set while photoshopping, very nice.
  2:51pm Jorge:

This has been fun. MANNIX!
  2:52pm Jorge:

I see you got the Mariangela record! Vangelis horns!
  2:52pm Melissa:

You are, like officially my favorite DJ.! Amazo show, keep the soul music
  2:52pm Duane:

Jorge: Love this album..so good!
  2:52pm 15M-Spanish revolution:

Cecile. If you're interested about the story you can try to find (the whole)) video called 'Underground: la ciudad del arco iris'
  2:53pm Julie:

Hey I like this Mariangela..reminds me of super early Olivia
  2:53pm pierre:

I'm proud to say that now,
i'm a full time listener listener.
Thanks for your enquiry.
  2:53pm Jorge:

Right on re: Mariangela. I knew you'd dig it.
  2:54pm Cecile:

thanks, 15M!
  2:56pm Julie:

Pierre can listen again?
  2:56pm pierre:

Yes he can
  2:57pm Duane:

Alright Pierre!
  2:57pm pierre:

(it's the firts time of my entire life that a website make me feel so welcome, i feel warm now)
  2:58pm pierre:

"first" not "firts" of course
  2:59pm jason:

Great stuff today, Duane! Loving the show from Chicago.
  2:59pm Cecile:

But Duane, you are the king!
  2:59pm Julie:

Yay Pierre!
  3:03pm Robin The Fog:

Thanks Duane, Magnificent Show!
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