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Options August 24, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Pooka  Nothing in Particular   Options S/T  Elektra  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Carline Peyton  Still with you   Options Intuition  Barbq  0:04:44 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Moore  Make me feel like a woman   Options 7"  Kayvette  0:07:14 (Pop‑up)
Elza Soares  Che Meraviglia   Options single  Micocci Dischitalia   
Gary Wilson  Mary wont you dance for me   Options lisa wants to talk to you  Human Ear Music  0:10:42 (Pop‑up)
Povo  Hi Fly   Options   Raw Fusion  0:20:55 (Pop‑up)
Suzee Ikeda  I cant give back the love i feel for you   Options   Mowest  0:21:45 (Pop‑up)
Bob & Marcia  Aint nothing like the real thing   Options Motor CIty Reggae  Trojan  0:24:51 (Pop‑up)
Dynamic Superiors  Dont send nobody else   Options S/T  Motown  0:27:01 (Pop‑up)
Aretha Franklin  Cry like a baby   Options   Columbia  0:30:17 (Pop‑up)
Joe Tex  What do you get when you fall in love   Options   Atlantic  0:33:03 (Pop‑up)
Pastels  Cycle (MBV Remix)   Options Unfair Kind of Fame EP  UP  0:43:51 (Pop‑up)
Daedelus  Experience   Options Invention  Dublab  0:49:27 (Pop‑up)
Chomp  Arizona   Options single  Zero hour  0:51:56 (Pop‑up)
Secret Goldfish   Cliffjumping   Options   creeping bent  0:55:47 (Pop‑up)
Diana Ross  Somethings on my mind   Options   Motown  0:58:32 (Pop‑up)
Aphrodite's Child  Air   Options The complete collection  Mercury  1:06:53 (Pop‑up)
Shadow Mann  Shadow Mann   Options David Holmes Presents Cherrystones hidden charms  13 Amp Records  1:11:20 (Pop‑up)
Ashford & Simpson  The Boss (Re edit)   Options     1:14:03 (Pop‑up)
First Choice  This is the house where love died (Tom Moulton Mix)   Options   Harmless  1:20:45 (Pop‑up)
Dick Clark Sylvester interview        1:27:31 (Pop‑up)
Mary Lou  Wish Someone Would Care   Options Atlantic Sisters Of Soul  Atlantic  1:28:59 (Pop‑up)
Simon Caine  Scarlet Skies   Options s/t  RCA  1:32:04 (Pop‑up)
Fanny  aint that peculiar   Options     1:36:20 (Pop‑up)
Salem   Face It   Options     1:39:45 (Pop‑up)
Michael Jackson  Human Nature (Chopped and screwed)   Options     1:44:32 (Pop‑up)
Art of Noise   Moments in love (Chopped & screwed)   Options     1:49:34 (Pop‑up)
Minnie Riperton  Lovin you (Chopped and screwed)   Options     1:54:09 (Pop‑up)
Toussaint Mccall  I'll do it for you   Options Nothing takes the place of you  Ronn  2:01:38 (Pop‑up)
Coasters & Del SHannon  searchin   Options     2:03:43 (Pop‑up)
Paul Williams  The Hucklebuck   Options Zoot Suit Riot!: Instrumental R'N'B Smash Hits of the 1950s  Rev-Ola  2:05:31 (Pop‑up)
Titus Turner  Taking care of business   Options   ace  2:08:31 (Pop‑up)
Dynastie Crisis  Faust 72   Options     2:10:25 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Carson Dangerfield interview 76        2:15:11 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Moore  Time   Options Sweet Charlie Babe  Atlantic  2:17:42 (Pop‑up)
Black Grass  Lock stock and Barrel   Options S/T  SHelter  2:21:10 (Pop‑up)
Tujiko Noriko  Let me see your face (aus remix)   Options     2:24:25 (Pop‑up)
Teddy Rok  Nelson   Options   Gamm  2:29:05 (Pop‑up)
Karin Krog  Maiden Voyage   Options Joy    2:34:03 (Pop‑up)
Basketball Jones        2:50:07 (Pop‑up)
Brighter side of darkness  Love Jones   Options   20th century  2:39:19 (Pop‑up)
Stalk Forest Group  What is Quicksand   Options St Cecelia  Rhino  2:45:41 (Pop‑up)
Worst band ever  Comfortably numb   Options     2:51:17 (Pop‑up)
Apple & the 3 Oranges  curse upon the world   Options California Funk  Now again  2:53:15 (Pop‑up)
Richard Mcdonald  I'm gonna love you   Options single  Tobin  2:56:17 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:05pm Julie:

I can't believe someone else is playing Pooka! I knew it from the first note :) Thanks, Duane!
  12:09pm pierre:

Bonjour Duane !
  12:11pm Duane:

Julie: That first Pooka album is preally special imo! kinda lost classic material...always a pleas ure Pierre!
  12:12pm BSI:

Miss Moore, I reckon you gonna have to draw me some pictures first.
  12:12pm bennett4senate:

duane whats crrrrackin
  12:14pm Duane:

bennett: What it be like, bro?
  12:15pm T-Zero:

What a distinctive voice. Nice!
  12:16pm T-Zero:

Gary Wilson, I mean. Hadn't heard him before.
  12:17pm Duane:

t-Zero: Gary Wilson is a genius..amazing artist
  12:17pm pierre:

i wish i had trumpets like this in my lifeā€¦
  12:23pm bennett4senate:

@duane a few Ashford joints would be welcomed :)
  12:24pm Julie:

yes, the other releases weren't as good. I will forever regret not seeing them when they played NY when it came out!
  12:34pm T-Zero:

@Duane: Looked him up on Wiki and read what little there was on his web site. Now, I'm intrigued.
  12:35pm Wendy del Formaggio:

With all the Aretha Franklin songs that get played halfway to death (mine, at least), why don't songs like this get played more often? It's so lovely and heartbreaking, this song.
  12:36pm Duane:

WDF: I concur
  12:36pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Oh yes, we all need a Bacharach Break. It should be mandatory: all radio programs must contain at least one Bacharach/David composition. :-D
Thank you, Duane!
  12:39pm annie:

this is some great stuff!!!
  12:42pm J J:

Joe sure loves to talk. I'm learning so much.
  12:42pm annie:

HI wendy!
  12:45pm Joe McG:

Thanks for the Joe Tex epic, Duane. Excellent!
  12:46pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Annie! How are ya?
Hello also to Joe McG!
  12:47pm annie:

fine wendy!! fine.. ... nice to have work, but work is getting annoying.
  12:53pm bennett4senate:

madlib samples, yay
  1:01pm Laura:

First time listening to your show and loving it. Especially the song from Chomp.
  1:12pm Duane:

Laura: Thanks!
  1:23pm Davey:

Great show Duane. I wish to travel to a WFMU event someday. Keep funking the interweb waves!
  1:24pm Michele:

Hey hi Joe!
Great show today Duane!
  1:32pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Oh my goodness. Dick Clark, is Sylvester *really* among friends with your line of questioning? Dick Clark may be more popular, but if I could go back in time, I'd choose hanging out with, and listening to, Sylvester any day, any time.
  1:32pm bennett4senate:

duane, I've always needed some help getting into the Sylvester catalog... I Need Somebody To Love Tonight is my jam, but I know that's a weird b-side, so trying to work my way back from there to the bulk of his catalog, any tips / notable waypoints I should be hitting?
  1:33pm Melissa:

Duane- thanks for keepin; the funk alive. Amazo show today, as usual......
  1:35pm Melissa:

Ps Check out Gary Clark Jr.on the inter-web. Great R&B, funk- however you want to call him. PLUS he's playing a free show at The Bearsville Theater in Woodstock tonight!
  1:37pm Duane:

Melissa: Thank you for the positives! I'll check Gary Clark out.
Bennett4senate: "Was it something that I said" is a great Sylvester tune..the early funk stuff "Southern Man" cover. The live album is amazing as well.
  1:47pm bennett4senate:

thx d.... also +10 for the chopped and screwed
  1:52pm Nathan:

Hey this Art of Noise rmx sounds familiar...
  1:52pm Ike:

Agreed with B4S. That MJ mix was worth mega bonus pts.
  1:58pm J J:

I think my meds have kicked in.
  2:00pm Meds:

we can kick like a mule
it's a real mean team
  2:04pm Lil' Maya Rudolph:

Mommy? You sound funny.
  2:10pm Carmichael:

Hiya Duane and people.
  2:12pm Duane:

how are ya carmichael?
  2:15pm T-Zero:

Duane, do you ever play Patrick Sweaney or Eric Lindell? (Just curious)
  2:17pm Duane:

T-Zero: Eric Lindell I like..haven't played it on here yet..but i like that suggestion!
  2:20pm Carmichael:

Don't know yet, Duane, but thanks for askin'.
  2:20pm hubba:

talk shows?

Hello Duane and fellow listeners!
  2:23pm T-Zero:

I was just curious. I can't say I'm real familiar with either one though. Only know Every Hour Is A Dollar Gone and Change in the Weather (albums)
  2:25pm efd:

loving the music, of course, but that Dangerfield segment forced me to stop eating my lunch until it was over.
  2:26pm PMD:

Great music!
  2:27pm T-Zero:

Forgot to say... In a WFMU search I saw Sweaney played once upon a time but not Lindell.
  2:30pm T-Zero:

@PMD: Yep. I really need to sleep, but have put it off just so I could continue listening.
  2:43pm Wendy del Formaggio:

No way! I never heard this, but I am familiar with the parody: "Basketball Jones" by Cheech & Chong. My parents had "Los Cochinos" on vinyl when I was a kid. Haha. I thought this sounded familiar, but not...
  2:45pm bennett4senate:

well played sir
  2:45pm Carmichael:

Here it is, Wendy!
  2:46pm Wendy del Formaggio:

hahaha, thank you! I should go put on some brown corduroy and orange polyester. Then I'll totally be in my childhood again.
  2:46pm Kat:

Haha I wondered if we were going to get the "Jones" twin-spin. Never heard the original all the way through, that was fun!
  2:47pm efd's lunch:

i tell ya, i don't get no respect
  2:47pm Listener Bill:

Well done!
  2:48pm still b/p:

Get all the way in the wayback machine with the visuals:
  2:48pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Duane, your show keeps kicking more ass as the day progresses. Now Blue Oyster Cult?!? You are my new best DJ friend!
  2:49pm Duane:

AAAAW Thanks guys. EFD..i'm honored to be disrespecting your lunch sir!
  2:49pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey wait, this isn't Blue Oyster Cult? I'm confused...
  2:50pm Duane:

Wendy: It is BOC it's the Stalk-FOrrest album they recorded for Elektra in 68
  2:52pm wiki surprises:

Musicians who appeared on the record (Basketball Jones) included George Harrison, Carole King, Billy Preston, and Tom Scott. The Blossoms and Michelle Phillips (from The Mamas & the Papas) performed vocals as cheerleaders on the track.
  2:53pm ScottC:

what a great set! blown down!
  2:53pm Das:

This floyd is inspired, really transcends the original.
  2:54pm efd:

If you like the audio you should see the video...
  2:55pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Duane, cool! Thank you! I don't know much about the history of BOC. I used to work with a woman who dated one of them, I think Buck Dharma, back in the day, as they say. Other than that, I just know I like their music A LOT.
  2:56pm jim dunlop:

totally agree with das about floyd
  2:56pm Das:

@efd: Wow, is this the same band that did the Europe cover?
  2:57pm Duane:

das: no different band, both are amazing
  2:57pm ScottC:

it's funny- BOC was the Anthem Band for a very strange white boy gang in SF back in the 70's ( Miraloma Boys) I've never figured out why they latched onto that band so hard ( tattoos, boom box blasting etc...)
  2:58pm Pete:

You really need to watch the video to get the full effect.
  2:58pm efd:

@Das, it is not! It's a completely different terrible band.
  2:58pm v k:

highly enjoyable radio program today - thank you Duane
  2:59pm Das:

Thanks guys!
  2:59pm T-Zero:

Thanks Duane. Now I can sleep and hear efd later lol
  3:01pm Kat:

Feel My Bicep next week? Nice!
  11:14pm Fonzie:

Jesus D, killin as usual. The opening songs suck you in. Donielle cued me in when she was in town, so I can listen to your show. When are going to play DEVO
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