Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from August 10, 2011 Options

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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
Von Bondies  Try a Little Tenderness   Options Pawn Shoppe Heart  Sire  2003  CD     
Dream Syndicate  See that my Grave is Kept Clean   Options Ghost Stories  Rykodisc  2004 (1988)  CD    0:02:12 (Pop‑up)
Mike Benign and Blue in the Face  We Swore Oaths   Options   Don't  1992  7"    0:06:11 (Pop‑up)
God is My Co-Pilot  Firecracker   Options Kittybait EP  Ajax  1994  7"    0:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Drive Like Jehu  Step On Chameleon   Options s/t  Cargo/Headhunter  1991      0:11:04 (Pop‑up)
Minutemen  Tune For Wind God   Options The Politics of Time  SST  1984  LP    0:16:11 (Pop‑up)
Whale  Hobo Humpin' Slobo Babe   Options   Eastwest  1993  Cassette    0:19:18 (Pop‑up)
Wilco  In a Future Age   Options Summer Teeth  Reprise  1999  CD    0:29:54 (Pop‑up)
Red Red Meat  Chain Chain   Options Bunny Gets Paid  Sub Pop  2009 (reissue)  CD    0:32:37 (Pop‑up)
Legendary Pink Dots  Oceans of Emotion   Options Under Triple Moons  ROIR  2011 (1982)  CD    0:36:17 (Pop‑up)
Chris Bell  Look Up   Options I Am The Cosmos  Rykodisc  1992 (1970s)  CD    0:40:11 (Pop‑up)
Paul Weston orchestra  I Should Care   Options Moonlight Becomes You: Paul Weston and his Music from Hollywood  Columbia  1956  LP    0:43:27 (Pop‑up)
Aretha Franklin  Try a Little Tenderness   Options       MP3    0:46:46 (Pop‑up)
Mommyheads  Cactus Farm   Options Acorn  Fang  1989  LP    0:56:55 (Pop‑up)
Robbers on High Street  Electric Eye   Options   Engine Room  2010      1:00:38 (Pop‑up)
Adam Green  Jessica   Options Friends of Mine  Rough Trade  2003  CD    1:03:28 (Pop‑up)
Liz Phair  Love is Nothing   Options Whitechocolatespaceegg  Matador  1998  CD    1:05:57 (Pop‑up)
Velvet Underground  Head Held High   Options Loaded  Cotillion  1970  LP    1:08:10 (Pop‑up)
Bon Jovi  Living in Sin   Options   Polygram  1988  7"  sung along to  1:11:48 (Pop‑up)
Meters  Wichita Lineman   Options Struttin'  Sundazed  1999 (1970)  CD    1:15:30 (Pop‑up)
Black Hollies  Hamilton Park Ballerina   Options Casting Shadows  Ernest Jenning Record Co.  2007  CD    1:24:24 (Pop‑up)
Radiohead  The National Anthem   Options Kid A  Capitol  2000  CD    1:27:42 (Pop‑up)
Black Moth Super Rainbow  I Am The Alphabet   Options Start a People  The 70's Gymnastics  2004  CD    1:33:30 (Pop‑up)
Matt & Kim  Cutdown   Options Grand  Fader Label  2008  CD    1:36:02 (Pop‑up)
Don Rondo  Blonde Bombshell   Options   Jubilee  1957  7"    1:38:52 (Pop‑up)
Joe South  So Fine   Options Walkin' Shoes  Mine/MGM  1970 (1960s)  LP    1:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton  Please Don't Stop Loving Me   Options Best of the Best: Porter & Dolly  BMG  orig 1974  CD    1:43:23 (Pop‑up)
Jawbreaker  Outpatient   Options 24 Hour Revenge Therapy  Tupelo/Communion  1994  CD    1:54:31 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:51am Amanda:

Excellent times are ahead
  12:01pm jk:

hi Amanda
  12:01pm van:

Yay! It's time for another installment of the wonderful Nazario Scenario! :) Greetings Amanda!
  12:01pm Brian in UK:

Howdee Doodee, Amanda
  12:01pm Alf from Upstate:

Yay Amanda!
  12:04pm Amanda:

Hey you allz! I'm so glad to see you all here, jk, Van, Brian, and Alf!
  12:05pm Doug S.:

  12:07pm Amanda:

  12:08pm efd:

Woo-hoo! No Wednesday meetings today, so I can listen to the whole show in real-time!
  12:09pm listener james from westwood:

good wednesday, all, and hello amanda!
  12:11pm Mike East:

I agree, efd. Real time is much better than Fake time. Hey everybody!
  12:12pm Amanda:

Hi Mike, lJfW, and efd! Meetings are forbidden for the next two hours, as you all have a prior commitment.
  12:13pm listener james from westwood:

I will keep the Scenario on low volume during my 1pm conf call. If someone kvetches about it, I will disconnect them.
  12:17pm G:

Got a lot of the trackage selected for that big 9PM discofest, monsieur d.? people were discussing it on another show's board over the weekend...
  12:18pm G:

Conference call hint: on some systems, *6 mutes your line. :-) :-) *7 to unmute as needed. If that doesn't work on your system, find out what the mute and unmute codes are for your system...
  12:20pm efd:

Whale?! Holy smokes!
  12:21pm Amanda:

Add my name to the list of parties who are excited about the disco dance party.
  12:23pm Amanda:

PS this Whale song is a Cassingle.
  12:26pm efd:

G, yes indeed I do! More than I'll be able to get to, as per usual. I saw that discussion after the fact; very flattering and humbling, especially considering on whose show it was happening.

+10 for the Cassingle, Amanda!
  12:32pm Adam in Portland:

The hills are alive with the sounds of young Nazario!
  12:35pm Amanda:

Adam, I'm jealous that you live in the hills...
  12:38pm Adam in Portland:

Amanda, don't be terribly jealous. They have eyes.
  12:41pm Amanda:

I'll let that joke go, lest this board devolve into a pun circus (as it has in the past)!
  12:46pm Doug S.:

Ah! Mr. Jo Stafford!
  12:48pm Amanda:

Sigh...! It's always nice to go shopping in the "Good Life" section.
  12:50pm Alf from Upstate:

Legendary pink Cadillac
  1:00pm Doug S.:

Whistle while you lurk.
  1:01pm Julie Andrews:

Doh a deer just became my hood ornament.
  1:03pm Amanda:

Homer: D'oh! Lisa: a deer! Marge: a FEMALE deer!
  1:04pm jk:

my favorite simpsons moment
  1:05pm Julie Andrews:

Yes I know dear, have you been on that program? No not the rehab.
  1:10pm Brian in UK:

Lonesome Cowboy Bill always does it for me. Some say it's not a real VU reocrd I say it's great PO.
  1:10pm Amanda:

Julie A -- Not yet, but maybe they will court me when I attain bigger stardom...?
  1:16pm Brian in UK:

Let's try that sentence again.

Some say it's not a real VU record I say it's great POP. Note, buy new keyboard in the foreseeable.
  1:18pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, could you do a complete programme of versions of this song. Cannot get tired of it.
  1:27pm Doug S.:

Mommyheads do a great version of Hepsaba's Compass on WFMU's first-ever live music comp "They Came, They Played, They Blocked the Driveway."
  1:29pm Skirkie:

  1:29pm Amanda:

Brian -- re: the PO, I was trying to figure out what term that was! Point of view? Post office?

Doug -- I have never heard that comp but have seen it around. I'll check it out. Yay local heroes the Mommyheads!
  1:30pm Amanda:

I am happy to hear it, Skirkie.
  1:35pm Doug S.:

They Came, They Played...

  1:40pm Van:

Just noticed that the Listen live linkie over there on the left is garbled...
  1:41pm Brian in UK:

PO Popus Operandi?
Jangly 12 string
3 or 4 part harmonies
Catchy melody
Lyrics that do not weight too heavily
3' 40" long
PS good looks obligatory
  1:44pm listener james from westwood:

True to my word, I left the show on the computer while on the call. It was, as they say in medicine, well tolerated. My coworkers have good taste.
  1:45pm listener james from westwood:

this porter/dolly song is reminding me pleasantly of betty nichols' toothpick rhythm program.
  1:46pm Amanda:

Van -- not sure what went wrong, as it looks correct to me! I will investigate later. James -- bravo to your coworkers!
  1:46pm Doug S.:

The link looks OK to me.
  1:47pm Brian in UK:

How about stolen love 'Please Don't Start Loving Me'
  1:49pm efd:

When I hover over the link it looks like it's pointing to


instead of http://www.wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls
  1:53pm Skirkie:

I was mindlessly doing work when I heard my name. That was weird.
  1:54pm Brian in UK:

Snap, we.ve just has ours in London
  1:56pm Amanda:

efd, I copied the link from the homepage, and told myself I was crazy for not seeing the www's... but I think that yes, that is the problem.
  1:59pm Van:

Had to miss a bit of the show today due to work, but very much enjoyed all I was able to listen to. Thanks as always Amanda!
  2:02pm Brian in UK:

Dare I suggest you play listeners requests whilst you are away. I know it's a non starter really.
  2:05pm Amanda:

re: the link, I just realized that I forgot one slash after http. Exasperated sigh.

Thanks, Van! Brian, good idear -- I will think on it and let you know next week. In the meantime, thank you all for listening!!!
  2:08pm sprattle:

Hearing the Meters do Wichita Lineman gets added to my personal list of "most random covers of all time."
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