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Two hours of rollicking delite: '60s jams, cartooniness, seriousness, sing-alongs, and Simpsons talk. P.dece.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format New Approx. start time
The Queers  Overdue   Favoriting Munki Brain  Asian Man  2007  CD     
Weston  Little Mile '94   Favoriting A Real-Life Story Of Teenage Rebellion  Gern Blandsten  1994  CD    0:02:19 (Pop-up)
Nada Surf  Telescope   Favoriting Karmic  Hi-Speed Soul  2007 (1994)      0:04:56 (Pop-up)
Eels  Losing Streak   Favoriting     2005  MP3    0:09:08 (Pop-up)
Elf Power  23rd Dream   Favoriting     2006  MP3    0:12:09 (Pop-up)
 
The Clean  Diamond Shine   Favoriting Vehicle  Rough Trade  1990  LP    0:17:36 (Pop-up)
Chevelles  She's Not Around   Favoriting Barbarella Girl God  Wicked Cool Record Co.  2008  CD    0:20:45 (Pop-up)
J.D. Buhl and the Believers  Kiss and Tell   Favoriting   Stay True 7"  rec 1982    *   0:24:16 (Pop-up)
?  "Happy Cat Moist"         Cassette    0:26:57 (Pop-up)
Mephiskapheles  The Bumble Bee Tuna Song   Favoriting God Bless Satan  Pass The Virgin  1994  CD    0:30:13 (Pop-up)
My Morning Jacket  Dancefloors   Favoriting It Still Moves  Ato  2003  MP3    0:35:16 (Pop-up)
 
The Free Design  Kites Are Fun   Favoriting     1967  MP3    0:49:09 (Pop-up)
Harpers Bizarre  Hey You in the Crowd   Favoriting Anything Goes  WB  1968  LP    0:51:36 (Pop-up)
Cowsills  Gray Sunny Day   Favoriting We Can Fly  MGM  1969  LP    0:53:45 (Pop-up)
The Association  Silver Morning   Favoriting Stop Your Motor  WB  1971  LP    0:56:26 (Pop-up)
Poppy Family  That's Where I Went Wrong   Favoriting     1970  MP3    1:01:51 (Pop-up)
Neko Case  Favorite   Favoriting     2004  MP3    1:07:51 (Pop-up)
 
Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds  Daisy Mae   Favoriting   abc  1971  7"    1:17:42 (Pop-up)
The Rumour  Mess With Love   Favoriting Max  Mercury  1977  LP    1:20:24 (Pop-up)
Beaver Brown  Wild Summer Nights   Favoriting   Coastline  1980  7"    1:24:10 (Pop-up)
Kristin Hersh  Beestung   Favoriting Hips and Makers  Sire  1994  Cassette    1:28:22 (Pop-up)
Connie Francis  Where the Boys Are   Favoriting   Polydor  1961  7"    1:32:01 (Pop-up)
 
The Young Fresh Fellows  Three Sides To This Story   Favoriting Refreshments EP  Frontier  1987  12"    1:38:22 (Pop-up)
Paul Collins Beat  The Kids Are The Same   Favoriting The Kids Are The Same  Wagon Wheel  1995  CD    1:40:36 (Pop-up)
Jonny Cohen's Love Machine  Over My Head   Favoriting If 6 Were 8  Teen Beat  1997  CD    1:44:15 (Pop-up)
Mekons  Where Were You (live)   Favoriting On the Road: 86-87  Reachout International  2001 (1987)  CD    1:48:21 (Pop-up)
Brian Jonestown Massacre  She Made Me   Favoriting   Bomp!  1993  7"    1:51:03 (Pop-up)
 
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles  I Second That Emotion   Favoriting   Tamla  1967  7"    1:58:48 (Pop-up)
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Listener comments!

  11:57am
Brian in UK:

Are we there yet?
  12:02pm
Carmichael:

There is no noise coming from "Listen Now" ...
  12:02pm
Van:

Greetings Amanda, fellow listeners
  12:04pm
Brian in UK:

Is this the John Cage?

Hello Carmichael
  12:05pm
Carmichael:

This link:
<------------------ gets an "invalid URL" error. I went to the home page and loaded up there.
  12:06pm
Carmichael:

Hiya Brian. Oh, and Hi Amanda!
  12:08pm
Ike:

Ah, a steel drum version of that annoying Green Day song! Priceless.
  12:08pm
glenn:

there are NO steel drums in anthemic power ballads. just sayin'.
  12:09pm
Brian in UK:

If you cut in thru the Give the Drummer Some Stream on the front page it seems to work kinda
  12:11pm
Amanda:

Hi everyone! I will see what's up with that link in a second. Til then, Welcome!!!
  12:12pm
Brian in UK:

Amanda as Carmichael says the link above Now Playing has gone south.
  12:12pm
Ike:

I'm hearing the show. I clicked on whatever URL I've got saved in my Foobar player for the Drummer stream. I think it's:
http://motherlode.wfmu.org:443
Maybe try that?
  12:15pm
Carmichael:

There needs to be a hard underline between wfmu & drummer. That'll fix 'er on up.
  12:16pm
efd:

It looks like there's just a typo in the "href=" value for that link that's messing it up, which I'm sure Amanda will fix when she has a moment to catch her breath. This url will work in the meantime:
http://wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls
  12:16pm
Drummer Some:

Amanda, the LIVE link you typed in is missing the colon ":" after the http.
  12:18pm
Amanda:

Fixed!

But, there seems to be a problem with the turntable? Did anyone hear that Clean record I tried to play?
  12:18pm
Carmichael:

He he ... I bet we were all A/V geeks in high school, and ran the projector on film day.
  12:19pm
Bridget:

Hey Amanda!
  12:21pm
Brian in UK:

Hey Amanda how's about playing a 45 at 78. Do you think we'll notice?
  12:22pm
Carmichael:

OK, total Comfortably Numb-related.
  12:23pm
listener james from westwood:

happy wednesday all! just escaped the event horizon of a long-running conference call. happy to be here!
  12:23pm
Carmichael:

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:23pm
Brian in UK:

Careful when you pass the park.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-14040349
  12:24pm
Drummer Some:

Carmichael = Our Hero!
  12:26pm
ndbob:

hello amanda and everyone!
  12:28pm
listener james from westwood:

hey hey! /krusty
  12:32pm
Brian in UK:

Joe Pernice lives!!
  12:32pm
Amanda:

Hey HEY LJFW! Hi, Bridget!!! Hi, ndbob!
  12:37pm
Alf from Upstate:

Is a moist cat a happy cat?
  12:38pm
Carmichael:

Where do you find this crap?!? :-))
  12:38pm
Amanda:

Alf -- yes, I think so? In this case?
  12:42pm
efd:

This can't hold a candle to the Mighty Mighty Bosstones' version of "Chicken Of The Sea."
  12:43pm
Alf from Upstate:

We prefer DJs with good taste, not DJs that, um, taste good.
  12:45pm
Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Amanda and all the listeners.
  12:46pm
Carmichael:

Morning Kacets sounds a little like the Band, or maybe the Spanic Boys. AOK.
  12:49pm
Carmichael:

*Jackets* ....
  12:52pm
Bridget:

Oh Williamsburg... *patronizing pat on the head*
  12:54pm
Bridget:

I used to have a Happy Cat t-shirt!
  12:56pm
listener james from westwood:

I had a Morris t-shirt back in the day. It was my first experience with watching a treasured article of clothing die by degrees after repeated washing. Morris just faaaaaded away...
  12:58pm
listener james from westwood:

yes! "kites are fun"!
  12:58pm
Amanda:

efd, you might be right about Chicken of the Sea, but I want to wait until Matt is dead and buried before I ever play the Bosstones anywhere.

Bridget and ljfw-- LUCKY!!! Both of you!
  12:58pm
ndbob:

Ah the lovely Free Design.
  1:02pm
Carmichael:

My sister had a Kliban's Cats beach towel. They were cool way back when.
  1:04pm
efd:

If I am right it would impressive because I made that up! Also, since Matt will likely outlive me I'm glad to know that I don't have to worry about you playing the Bosstones during my lifetime.
  1:04pm
Carmichael:

Oh man, Amanda. This is bringing back my youth. If you play The Poppy Family, I may explode with joy!
  1:06pm
Amanda:

Carmichael -- ah, I remember those days well, believe it or nuts. Talk about bringing back childhood!

efd -- I guess you both must be proud of me for my ignorance of the Bosstones' catalogue
  1:09pm
Carmichael:

If you like ska but dislike the BossTones, you may want to try The Crazy 8s, out of Portland OR.
  1:10pm
miketp:

great playlist
  1:10pm
Richard from Venezuela:

Venezuelan ska is good. Like Desorden P├║blico.
  1:11pm
Van:

Uh oh. Duck. Explosion imminent
  1:11pm
glenn:

watch out for carmichael bits on the ceiling
  1:11pm
miketp:

love those portland connections
  1:11pm
Richard from Venezuela:

Now Carmichael is full of joy.
  1:12pm
Carmichael:

Wow ..... <defibrillating>
  1:12pm
Amanda:

Wait, you heard that?
  1:12pm
Van:

we hear
  1:12pm
ndbob:

I can hear you.
  1:12pm
listener james from westwood:

we can hear your voice coming thru
  1:12pm
Carmichael:

Music stopped, heard your voice. Keep talking.
  1:13pm
Van:

click click type type yep yep
  1:13pm
seang:

I can hear your voice and typing
  1:13pm
Skirkie:

Indication of such.
  1:13pm
Richard from Venezuela:

what happen?. I can hear you amanda.
  1:13pm
Amanda:

Never mind!!!!! All is well. :-)
  1:14pm
jk:

requests are dangerous
  1:14pm
Van:

double joy double joy
  1:15pm
ndbob:

music back .. The Poppy Family are the only great group I can think of whose worst song was their biggest hit.
  1:16pm
Carmichael:

<Big big smile> Thanks.
  1:17pm
Amanda:

I think I have heard the Crazy 8s before? Anyway, thanks for the tip! (Don't tell the rest of them I kind of like the Bosstones, but only certain songs in a nostalgia way.)
  1:17pm
listener james from westwood:

neko case's voice just destroys me. i'll need a moment.
  1:19pm
glenn:

ummmmmm. stairway to heaven's a pretty crappy song, and zeppelin's biggest hit.
  1:21pm
Richard from Venezuela:

Agreed. Kashmir is so much better.
  1:22pm
Drummer Some:

I can't hear but that's because I'm watching the playlist on my dumb phone from the waiting room at my daughter's dentist. Looks great from here, Amanda.
  1:22pm
glenn:

are you defending stairway? sheeeeeesh.
  1:23pm
ndbob:

lol.. I never paid much attention to the Poppy Family for years since I didn't like "Which Way Are You Going Billy" but i grew to love them - but not that song.
  1:28pm
glenn:

shouldn't l'il abner be singing this?
  1:29pm
Carmichael:

These guys used to be the T-Bones. They had a hit song for an Alka Seltzer commercial called No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach is in).
  1:29pm
?:

I thought the deejay's worst nightmare was what you just described plus inexplicably back in school and pantsless.
  1:29pm
listener james from westwood:

i can only name three or four zep songs. the rest i have to mimic the opening riff. my friends find this comical.
  1:30pm
?:

Hamilton, Joe, and Frank Reynolds!
  1:30pm
listener james from westwood:

i've heard a couple of fmu djs mention having the "i forgot all my records at home" nightmare.
  1:30pm
Carmichael:

I have recently become familiar with Zep tunes by listening to Dread Zeppelin.
  1:30pm
Amanda:

No, DJs are usually OK with being pantsless. In fact, many of us prefer to be on the air in that state.
  1:32pm
glenn:

way to destroy the fantasy, amanda.
  1:32pm
glenn:

also, dread zeppelin is fuckin' awesome.
  1:35pm
Carmichael:

Beaver Springsteen.
  1:36pm
Amanda:

It's theatre of the mind! I have on whatever kind of pants I say I do!
  1:36pm
seang:

totally
  1:37pm
listener james from westwood:

"pantsless" triggers a memory: in a long-ago ny times article about nachum segal and jm in the am, ken freedman was referred to as "hatless," to distinguish him from the more orthodox jm crew. for some weeks afterwards, ken referred to himself on the message board as "hatless station manager ken"
  1:38pm
listener james from westwood:

he eventually reverted to his older "elder scapegoat ken" message board signature
  1:39pm
glenn:

pantsless board op / awesome d.j. amanda?
  1:42pm
Carmichael:

All I know is that God hates Ken.
  1:52pm
Brian in UK:

The Kids are Alright? Young goats, they eat everything.
  1:53pm
Amanda:

They are alright BBQ'd on a spit tho, you'll find.
  1:55pm
Carmichael:

I loved that whole Paul Collins/Wreckless Eric/English Beat/Graham Parker/Rockpile/Dr. Feelgood/Mink Deville/Joe Jackson/Clash era.
  1:56pm
Brian in UK:

Curried in the Carribean
  1:57pm
seang:

Yes, the Mekons!!
  1:57pm
Brian in UK:

Ah Sally Timms.
  1:58pm
Amanda:

<3 I know what that's about Carmichael
  1:59pm
listener james from westwood:

BBQ'd goat, Brooklyn pig roasts ... Amanda has some good taste in summer fare.
  1:59pm
ndbob:

great show amanda! and a special thanks for playing oneof the poppy family's best
  1:59pm
Mike VL:

Just saying Hi Amanda! Can't listen, but I like what I can see! I see you dropped an early Weston track too!
  2:00pm
Carmichael:

Absolutely, ndbob. Thanks for an amazing 2 hours, Amanda!
  2:01pm
Brian in UK:

Is this really 1992?
  2:01pm
Amanda:

Aww, thank you ndbob! 'Twas my pleasure.

Mike -- So happy you checked in; goed zo! That Weston album still kills me...
  2:02pm
listener james from westwood:

roger that on the great show. thanks, amanda!
  2:02pm
Fiveash:

Whoops, I accidentally commented as Question Mark again. Thanks for playing Hamilton, Joe, and John Chancellor.
  2:03pm
Van:

Thanks for the show Amanda!
  2:03pm
Brian in UK:

Frank on the roger to the james. Where's Tarquin?
  2:08pm
Amanda:

Thanks, everybody!!!
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