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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 Comments Approx. start time
Golden Palominos  Omaha   Favoriting   Celluloid  1985  7"    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Dumptruck  Make a Move   Favoriting D is for Dumptruck  Incas  1983  LP    0:02:47 (Pop-up)
Big Dipper  All Going Out Together   Favoriting   Homestead  1987  12"    0:06:38 (Pop-up)
Velvet Crush  Goin' to My Head   Favoriting Free Expression  Bobsled  1999  CD    0:09:38 (Pop-up)
Jawbox  Cooling Card   Favoriting   Atlantic  1994  CD    0:12:52 (Pop-up)
The Damned  Anything   Favoriting   MCA  1986  7"    0:15:48 (Pop-up)
Marnie Stern  For Ash   Favoriting On a Tightrope  Kill Rock Stars  2010  CD    0:25:30 (Pop-up)
Dirtbombs  Ever Lovin' Man   Favoriting We Have You Surrounded  In the Red  2008  CD    0:29:44 (Pop-up)
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion  Dissect   Favoriting Orange  Matador  1994  CD    0:32:29 (Pop-up)
CoCoComa  Black Maps   Favoriting   Covert Pop  2006  7"  split with The Mans  0:35:06 (Pop-up)
The Sounds  Hit Me!   Favoriting Living in America  New Line  2002  CD    0:38:13 (Pop-up)
Big Eyes  Why Can't I   Favoriting   Don Giovanni  2010  7"    0:40:48 (Pop-up)
The Shins  Gone for Good   Favoriting Chutes Too Narrow  Sub Pop  2003  CD  sung along to  0:43:58 (Pop-up)
Brian Jonestown Massacre  Jesus   Favoriting Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request  Bomp!  1996  CD    0:47:38 (Pop-up)
Supergrass  Prophet   Favoriting Life on Other Planets  Island  2002  CD    0:53:43 (Pop-up)
Yardbirds  A Certain Girl   Favoriting Shapes Of Things: The Very Best Of The Yardbirds  Bomb  orig 1965  LP    1:05:06 (Pop-up)
Nazz  Forget All About It (alternate version)   Favoriting Nazz from Philadelphia  Distortions  1997 (orig ca. 1969)  LP    1:07:11 (Pop-up)
Pitchblende  Sum   Favoriting   Land Speed  1992  7"    1:10:38 (Pop-up)
Orange Juice  Blue Boy   Favoriting The Glasgow School  Domino  2005 (orig 1970s)  CD    1:14:37 (Pop-up)
fIREHOSE  Herded Into Pools   Favoriting Mr. Machinery Operator  Columbia  1993  CD    1:17:29 (Pop-up)
Ween  Birthday Boy   Favoriting God Ween Satan: The Oneness  TwinTone  1990  LP box set  Happy birthday, Joe!  1:21:29 (Pop-up)
Vermillion Sands  Star Light Star Bright   Favoriting s/t  Alien Snatch  2010  CD    1:31:20 (Pop-up)
Cyndi Lauper  When You Were Mine   Favoriting She's So Unusual  CBS  1983  LP    1:33:35 (Pop-up)
Holly Golightly  Till I Get   Favoriting   Super Electro Sound Recordings  1996  7"    1:38:24 (Pop-up)
Liliput  Turn the Table   Favoriting s/t  Kill Rock Stars  2001  CD    1:41:27 (Pop-up)
JD Buhl and the Believers  Come See About Me   Favoriting Stay True 7"  Driving Records  1982  7"    1:46:01 (Pop-up)
JD Buhl and the Believers  Kiss and Tell   Favoriting Stay True 7"  Driving Records  1982  7"    1:49:13 (Pop-up)
Spoon  Me and the Bean   Favoriting Girls Can Tell  Merge  2001  CD    1:51:43 (Pop-up)
The Toys  A Lover's Concerto   Favoriting       MP3    1:54:51 (Pop-up)
Camera Obscura  Teenager   Favoriting Under Achievers Please Try Harder  Merge  2003  CD    2:07:11 (Pop-up)
Love Is All  Loud Heart   Favoriting Last Choice  What's Your Rupture?  2009  CD    2:10:39 (Pop-up)
Bill Callahan  Diamond Dancer   Favoriting Rough Travel For A Rare Thing  Drag City  2010  CD    2:13:28 (Pop-up)
Silver Jews  Blue Arrangements   Favoriting   Cosmic Debris/Drag City  1998  7"    2:17:22 (Pop-up)
Sugar  The Act We Act   Favoriting Copper Blue  Ryko  1992  CD    2:21:52 (Pop-up)
Cat Power  Lived In Bars   Favoriting The Greatest  Matador  2006  CD    2:34:39 (Pop-up)
Thin Lizzy  Downtown Sundown   Favoriting Bad Reputation  Phonogram  1977  LP    2:38:13 (Pop-up)
Dusty Springfield  Breakfast in Bed   Favoriting       MP3    2:42:35 (Pop-up)
Conspiracy of Owls  A Silver Song   Favoriting s/t  Burger  2010  LP    2:45:05 (Pop-up)
Smokey Robinson  Baby That's Backatcha   Favoriting       MP3    2:52:03 (Pop-up)
AC Newman  The Changeling (Get Guilty)   Favoriting Get Guilty  Matador  2009  LP    2:54:54 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


I'm here makin' the scenario!

What's up, G! Nice to see you!

I've heard your show on the Drummer stream, checking you out on the air this time...

My parents said if I took a nap from 9-12, I could get up & listen to your show.

G, that's great to hear. Does it sound any different now? (heh)

tomB -- Your parents are stern but fair.

speaking of "pub rock suitable for brawling", in all my yrs. of rock concert attendance, last night was the first in which I witnessed a brawl! Provoked by the hidden subtext of NYC girl groups, no doubt.

It's a little airier :-P

Nice to find you on n the air, Miz Naz. Nice, also, to have the day off tomorrow so I can hang in and listen for a while.

Nice, finally, to see you at the Coney meet up.
Chop Scott:


If you want another mid 80's Boston blast--do you know the Turbines?
"Wha Hey" a great rave up capsule of that time there. Never one to request, but think you'd enjoy!

Chop Scott -- no doubt I would! I don't have the wherewithal to look now, but I am noting the suiggestion for later. Thanks much.

Hi, Parq! It was nice to see you in person, and wonderful to see you here of course. :-)

Hi! Still up and listening now! I remember the Turbines. I was too young to get past the Calvinist booze laws of Greater Boston and see them live. But I remember them getting play on WBCN, the commercial rock station, back when radio had some local character.

Eh! Saltalamacchia, he make a home run! Wonder how many other Sawx fans are out there now. Hi Matt.

Saltalamacchia, he get a walk, he getta four balls!
bill sullivan:

killing it ! great stuff - whats the story with that Shins version , I missed the back announce - but loved it , and like to hear it again - - great set !

Welcome, Bill! So happy you are enjoying the show. That Shins was just the regular track with me singing along to it.

Just got a sufficiently heartwarming phone call from a listener who doesn't want to leave his car to go into his house, because he's having fun. It's stuff like that that gets me up in the... midnight.

Thinking about a compilation tape a Boston friend made for me in the late 80s (nearly a decade after my own departure) brings to mind "Lunch With Ed", a Beastie-Boyish rave up by Dogzilla -- or, as I understand I now have to call them, "Dogzilla (Boston)". It was a great little nugget, but it apparently never made a nationwide impression.

Nice, Parq!

I should stress at this time that I'm from New York, though I've always had a peculiar affinity for MA's music and people.

But you told me yourself that you hate us and our stupid music!

Nice save, by the way.

I will add, in case in matters, that I'm from New Jersey, and merely lived in Boston off and on for some years while college-age. And with that, I'll shut up for the night.

Hi Amanda! I just watched "Let Me In" and they used "Doot Doot" by Fleur and some Greg Kihn. I couldn't believe it. Just roundabout suggestions. Sounds great!

aww man, this cyndi lauper song of prince's(?) takes me back to a special moment... what's the deal, this song is about a woman with a homosexual male lover? also: is "she's so unusual" a concept album?

update: looks like it's just a gender pronoun thing.

Hey mchuge! Great to see you here. Congrats on your photo show.

David, it might be -- Lauper always has such a specific aesthetic in mind, you know? Anyway, it is the release with the mega hits on it, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun etc. I love when artists of the opposite gender cover songs and don't switch the lyrics.

Parq: It's ok, you can keep commenting! I don't care where you are from!

Fiveash: No, I said I hate YOU and all YOUR music that you have in your house.

Duly noted, thanks for the clarification.
Sony, or whatever they called themselves at the time, put out a comp CD called "Can't Help Lovin' That Man", popular male crooners of the 20's and 30's singing gender-unchanged lyrics. You'd like it, it is really gay.

I think I have seen that comp! I'm excited to hear it. Now please stop abusing me and offending everyone.

Very enjoyable show. Thank you!

Thanks, pfapfap! Fun times were had. Much gratitude and love to everyone who listened... have a great night!
Joe's Taco Truck:

You have a pleasant singing voice Amanda! Next year's Hoof and Mouth Sinfonia has your name on it, I think. ;p
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