Options Nazario Scenario: Playlist from November 2, 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
ELO  Hold On Tight   Options   Jet  1981  7"     
Supersnazz  Love Will Keep Us Together   Options Sweat Box  Loft  2006  CD    0:03:28 (Pop‑up)
Grand Funk Railroad  Shinin' On   Options   Capitol  1974  7"    0:06:23 (Pop‑up)
  Goodbye Stranger           sung by me  0:10:12 (Pop‑up)
Raspberries  Go All The Way   Options   Capitol  1972  7"    0:14:31 (Pop‑up)
Nick Gilder  I've Got Your Number   Options Rock America  Casablanca  1980  LP    0:18:04 (Pop‑up)
Lindsey Buckingham  It Was I   Options   Asylum  1981  7"    0:20:57 (Pop‑up)
Ash Can Cats  If I Can't Dance   Options   Zeb Meat Publishing  1981  7"    0:32:09 (Pop‑up)
Nothing Painted Blue  Anti-Nomination   Options   Misha Records  1995  7"  split with Refrigerator  0:35:37 (Pop‑up)
Cannanes  No-One   Options No-One EP  K  1987  7"    0:37:55 (Pop‑up)
Sammy  Kohut (Little Darlings)   Options   Hep-Cat  1995  7"    0:42:43 (Pop‑up)
Roué  Some Future, Some Despair   Options Totally Fucking Totally EP  Exit Stencil  2007  10"    0:46:16 (Pop‑up)
Duochrome  My Life As a Dumb Terminal   Options   Vital Cog  1999  7"  split with My Dad Is Dead  0:50:50 (Pop‑up)
Figgs  Up The Charts   Options   Paint Chip  1994  7"  split with Bloom  0:54:54 (Pop‑up)
Ted Taylor  You Got to Feel It   Options   Ronn  1969  7"    1:03:37 (Pop‑up)
Solomon Burke  I'll Never Stop Loving You (Never Ever Song)   Options   Chess  1976  7"    1:06:24 (Pop‑up)
The Sweet Inspirations  Slipped and Tripped   Options   Stax  1973  7"    1:09:46 (Pop‑up)
Meters  I Need More Time   Options   Josie  1971  7"    1:13:00 (Pop‑up)
Dixie Cups  People Say   Options   Red Bird  1964  7"    1:15:43 (Pop‑up)
Young Rascals  Good Lovin'   Options   Atlantic  1966  7"    1:18:03 (Pop‑up)
Hentchmen  Why Did God Make Girls   Options   Norton  1997  7"    1:20:35 (Pop‑up)
Flat Duo Jets  Southern Drums   Options Jet Set EP  Norton  1996  7"    1:35:39 (Pop‑up)
Limiñanas  Je Ne Suis Pas Tres Drogue   Options   Trouble in Mind  2010  7"    1:38:10 (Pop‑up)
Cause Co-Motion!  Because Because Because   Options Because Because Because EP  Slumberland  2009  12"    1:40:59 (Pop‑up)
Luscious Jackson  Ladyfingers   Options   Grand Royal  1999  7"    1:42:37 (Pop‑up)
Big Black  He's a Whore   Options   Touch and Go  1987  7"    1:46:07 (Pop‑up)
The Clash  Version City   Options Sandinista!  Epic  1980  LP    1:48:34 (Pop‑up)
Squirrels  Beautiful Sunday   Options Blobs vol. 2 (EP)  Way Out  1991  7"    1:52:44 (Pop‑up)
Sugar Hill Gang  Apache   Options   Sugar Hill  1981  12"    1:55:41 (Pop‑up)
Tom Jones  Thunderball   Options A-TOM-ic Jones  Parrot  1966  LP    2:11:58 (Pop‑up)
Santo & Johnny  Borsalino   Options Famosi Temi da Films  Pausa  1975  LP    2:15:00 (Pop‑up)
Sonny & Cher  Just a Name   Options Good Times (sndtrk)  Atco  1967  LP    2:19:15 (Pop‑up)
Murray Head  Don't Forget Him Now   Options Say It Ain't So  A&M  1976  LP    2:25:49 (Pop‑up)
Ray Stevens  A Brighter Day   Options   Barnaby  1970  7"    2:29:57 (Pop‑up)
Neil Diamond  He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother   Options   Uni  1970  7"    2:33:18 (Pop‑up)
Poison  Every Rose Has Its Thorn   Options   Enigma/Capitol  1988  7"    2:47:42 (Pop‑up)
Ella Fitzgerald with Gordon Jenkins' Orchestra and Chorus  I Hadn't Anyone Till You   Options s/t  Vocalion  orig 1950s  LP    2:51:49 (Pop‑up)
Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys  The Precious Jewel   Options   Columbia  195?  7"    2:54:49 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  11:48am Van in Dallas:

I don't think I have seen that film. Hi Amanda, just getting ready to receive the weekly auditory wonderment of Nazario Scenario.
  11:51am Amanda:

Hi Van! I hope it's as wondrous as you expect!
  11:57am listener james from westwood:

good wednesday to all! an absolute delight to meet you @ the record fair this weekend, amanda!
  11:58am Van in Dallas:

Greetings lJfW! Wish someday to make that fair
  11:59am Doug S.:

Census reports reveal that Amanda is the most delightful person in the tri-state area.
  12:01pm Carmichael:

Good morning, all. Hi Amanda!
  12:01pm Van in Dallas:

Hiya Doug!
  12:01pm Doug S.:

Hey there, Van. Hope you're all good.
  12:01pm Amanda:

Hi LJfW!!!! The feeling is mutual -- great to finally put a name to the face and vice versa. @Doug -- Go on with you.

Welcome back Carmichael!
  12:02pm Jeff G:

It's noon on the East Coast: my ears need Drummer Radio!
  12:03pm Amanda:

Yay, streammate participation!
  12:04pm Brian in UK:

Hello Amanda & friends. Gotta walk the dog, anything you want whilst I'm out?
  12:06pm Jeff G:

Love and internet radio will keep us together. Also: gotta pick up some pointers.

@Brian in UK: if you could pick up any pointers (or Pointers, I guess) that'd be a help.
  12:07pm Amanda:

German Wirehaired are my favorite.
  12:07pm Record Fairy:

Shine on you mighty radio!
  12:07pm Brian in UK:

Jeff G well I'll be doggone.
  12:10pm pgw in mntclr:

supertramp... in the round!
  12:12pm Jeff G:

  12:13pm Doug S.:

@Jeff G
I'll pay to hear you sing along with Kaoru Abe.
  12:14pm Jeff G:

@Doug S.: Was just thinking: D:O Radio will not do this with Patty Waters or Jeanne Lee.
  12:15pm listener james from westwood:

awesome singalong and love the raspberries follow-up.
  12:15pm Jeff G:

@Doug S.; others would pay me to stop.

@Amanda: Do REO Speedwagon next! Also, will you marry me?
  12:15pm Van in Dallas:

This first set has me reliving my youth :)
  12:17pm pgw in mntclr:

how 'bout Linda Sharrock?
  12:17pm Carmichael:

Yes, Van. I was about to say to Amanda, "Get out of my high school years!!"
  12:17pm Amanda:

Haha, thank you, all, so much! Van & Carmichael, I am not sure why I was in such a classic rawk frame of mind, but glad you have enjoyed it!

Jeff -- My first zine in high school was named "Nazario Speedwagon"
  12:20pm efd:

NICK GILDER!!!!!1!!one!!!
  12:20pm efd:

oh, and hi Amanda.
  12:21pm Amanda:

Looks like we have hit upon my most efd-friendly record fair purchase of 2011...
  12:22pm Van in Dallas:

Love Lindsey!
  12:22pm listener james from westwood:

that zine title is awesome. used to play a futuristic/cyberpunk roleplaying game that featured an ambulance service called reo meatwagon.
  12:24pm listener james from westwood:

the couple of weeks after the recfair are always a great listening experience as the djs get their acquisitions into rotation. apropos of oct/nov harvest time, no doubt.
  12:26pm Van in Dallas:

So technically we have two Amanda's with us today...could we be any luckier? :)
  12:27pm Alf from Upstate:

Four Amandas.
  12:28pm joe:

Hello Amanda new to the show and very much enjoying it.
  12:29pm Amanda:

LJfW, I agree! Always a fun and satisfying time of year -- moreso on the radio than outside in the cold. (I hate autumn.)

Hi Alf!

joe, welcome! I'm so glad to have you here!
  12:32pm Van in Dallas:

Actually, the worst part of this show is having to leave for a quick few minutes to get lunch and bring back :)
  12:36pm Amanda:

I am in full support of people starving themselves for art, be it theirs or mine.
  12:44pm ndbob:

hello Amanda and everyone!
  12:44pm Amanda:

Hi ndbob! Hope things are great over in ND.
  12:46pm Carmichael:

Hiya Bob!
  12:46pm ndbob:

pretty nice here - no snow so far
  12:49pm listener james from westwood:

howdy ndbob. i think we may have gotten the snow in ny/nj/pa instead of nd!
  12:50pm Amanda:

Whoops, I mis-announced this Roue song. The title listed on the playlist is correct.
  12:54pm pgw in mntclr:

i feel as though i saw Duochrome open for someone when i was at Rutgers
  12:56pm Carmichael:

I'm watching the snowtober festivities from out here in California, where it always seems to be 72 degrees. I have zero tolerance for cold. I would die in 30 seconds.
  12:56pm Amanda:

They are a New Brunswick concern. My friend Alex goes to Rutgers and knows those guys.
  12:58pm ndbob:

the first winter i lived here (2009) it got down to -33 - air temperature not wind chill
  12:59pm jill:

hello kids! checking in a bit late here i am sure i missed some great stuff. Been 5 days without power but the shows on GTD radio always makes things brighter...
  1:01pm Van in Dallas:

We only get snow here when hosting Super Bowls :)
  1:01pm Amanda:

Oh no, Jill! I talked about the power loss a li'l while ago. So sorry, and hope they restore it soon. Glad to be able to comfort you.
  1:03pm Amanda:

It's funny that without talkover music you can hear the clock ticking.
  1:06pm Hugo:

Back at home base after a delightful (but cold!) weekend in NYC. Meeting up with Amanda and lotsa other FMU'ers at the RecFair. As they say, a great time was had by all! The kid bought lotsa stuff, but that was only to be expected.
  1:09pm Doug S.:

Gee, Hugo, where does the boy get it?
  1:11pm Amanda:

Hallo again Hugo!!! Hope you and the rest of the family are having fun listening to the many, many hours' worth of music bought by your son. It was lovely to meet you.
  1:12pm glenn:

hey carmichael, i think it's snowvember.
  1:14pm Carmichael:

Ya Glenn, technically. Or you could just say it's friggin' cold.
  1:16pm glenn:

well, toronto is about 60 deg. fahrenheit, sunny and dry, so really, i can't.
  1:18pm ndbob:

42 and sunny here
  1:19pm glenn:

i'm still trying to figure out at what point the young rascals became just the rascals.
  1:21pm Hugo:

Doug, dunno. I'm conventional in comparison, as far as tastes go. He must get it from me, I'd think. And it was lovely to meet you too, Amanda.
  1:22pm Amanda:

@glenn -- I think it was when they started having to get up at 7:30 in the morning for their corporate jobs?
  1:25pm Doug S.:

Well thank the ever-loving audience it's 100 degrees in here!
  1:28pm glenn:

did the part of your head that you were having the argument with sound like matt fiveash?
  1:28pm listener james from westwood:

52 degrees and a nice blue sky here today. i'm wearing shorts in defiance of the remaining snow.
  1:30pm Amanda:

Haha, glenn. Yes, because he and I had that same argument in person a couple of days ago.
  1:30pm Doug S.:

As in 100% degrees. Woo.
  1:31pm Amanda:

And it's only gonna get hotter.
  1:32pm Alex Goldstein:

Duochrome? I had the bass plaer (frank) for a sub in school! He gave me a copy of that split... it's amazing!
  1:33pm listener james from westwood:

meta works. get meta with aplomb, for all of me. always fun to find out how djs got into music, radio, a particular track or artist. the more the merrier.
  1:33pm Amanda:

Alex, I talked about you in my mic break!!!!!1!1 We talked about Duochrome briefly at the fair, but you were kind of drunk then so maybe you don't remembah?
  1:34pm Amanda:

LJfW, that's why you RULE.
  1:35pm glenn:

i got a p.h.d., but it stands for post hole digger, it ain't hardly a degree. - fred eaglesmith.
  1:36pm listener james from westwood:

hell, wcbs-fm limits their djs to an 8-second song intro. ?!@!?! imagine how that kills some of those djs, esp, ones who have been on the air for decades and have stories to tell about radio, music, the music biz (oh, the dirt that could be dished).
  1:37pm Carmichael:

This guitar riff is a direct rip-off of Leave My House by (I think) the Seeds.
  1:38pm Alex Goldstein:

ah yeah, i was pretty drunk. i'll have to check the archive.
  1:38pm glenn:

and they prolly stole it from link wray.
  1:39pm Amanda:

Heh, stick around for later to hear that record played at the wrong speed. It sounds just as good.
  1:39pm Brian in UK:

Alex you were pretty drunk? Some folks get plain ugly.
  1:40pm joe:

Well don't give up on your writing but I for one am enjoying your diversion from it right now. :)
  1:42pm Brian in UK:

Short stories take the longest to write.
  1:44pm Amanda:

Alex usually manages to stay pretty. @Brian -- you're probably right. They're my favorite thing to write even so! @joe -- thank you! I am too, weirdly enough.
  1:48pm Brian in UK:

That Luscious was a great album, never here it, 'till now.
When does a short story turn into a novella?
  1:48pm ndbob:

It would be great to see some of your writing sometime:)
  1:50pm joe:

Don't what anyone says...Best Clash album
  1:51pm Amanda:

Aw, that's nice to hear, ndbob! @Brian -- Ask Henry James?
  1:54pm Brian in UK:

I'll have to shout bluddy loud. I had Stefan Zweig in mind.
  1:55pm Carmichael:

I once proved, via a complex diagram of one of James' sentences, that the piece of cake to which he was referring was actually up his sleeve. His writing has always annoyed me.
  1:57pm Amanda:

Did a term paper about The Aspern Papers. The novels, I don't like as much as the tales.
  1:59pm Marsha:

Fort Apache, Jersey City!
  2:00pm Amanda:

Jump on it!
  2:01pm Carmichael:

My thesis was on Melville, Hawthorne, Conrad and others (including James). Reading and analyzing about 30 novels in about 6 months.
  2:01pm listener james from westwood:

before major gentrification & corporate building in the 90s, i used to refer to the factory-dotted stretch of jc betw. newport and paulus hook near fmu as the robocop district.
  2:03pm joe:

Is that the movie that Pam Grier?
  2:03pm Doug S.:

The cops throw a guy off a roof in that movie, yah?
  2:04pm Amanda:

Yes, Doug! I cried at that part. joe, yep, she is in it as a cop-killing hooker.
  2:04pm glenn:

the shadows still kill.
  2:04pm Artie:

Pam Grier has been promoted to a verb! Congrats, Pam.
  2:05pm ndbob:

lots of good version of "apache" - the shadows version and sonny james vocal version being my favorites
  2:06pm joe:

@Artie oops LOL *...was in
  2:06pm Carmichael:

Young kids are asking, "What's a side?"
  2:08pm Hugo:

There's also the Edgar Broughton Band version, "Apache Droput", combined with the Cap'n tune
  2:10pm ndbob:

i need to go.. excellent show Amanda! I'll catch the rest on the archive
  2:11pm Amanda:

See you next week ndbob! Have a good one.
  2:12pm Artie:

ACK!! You've turned Dexter Romweber into Brian Setzer.
  2:12pm Brian in UK:

Nice recall, Hugo. On Neil Young's song Hank to Hendrix he is referring to Hank B Marvin not Williams. Hank's real christian name being.... Brian
  2:12pm joe:

Mr. Bungle used to do such an eerie version of this live.
  2:13pm pgw in mntclr:

some other WFMU d.j. (can't think of who off the top of my head) played a Little Anthony song on the wrong speed, and it sounded amazing
  2:13pm glenn:

nothing wrong with brian setzer. he's a PHENOMENAL guitarist.
  2:14pm Brian in UK:

Scott Williams played Carpenters Superstar that way. Let's face it Karen C could take the slower speed. Sounded better.
  2:15pm listener james from westwood:

must duck out momentarily to hit the bank. much love for the bond track. one of my faves.
  2:15pm pgw in mntclr:

i read last week i read that Elvira lost... "something"... to Tom Jones.
  2:16pm glenn:

oh. on the shadows tribute album neil young and randy bachman do spring is nearly here. it's awesome.
  2:17pm Brian in UK:

Can they do The Shads dance moves though, glenn? Love to see Neil do that.
  2:17pm Lieutenant Columbo:

when you say hit the bank, what do you mean, exactly?
  2:18pm glenn:

yeah, the choreography was kinda lame.
  2:18pm Brian in UK:

It's a fair cop but society is to blame.
  2:21pm Carmichael:

Yes, I also have to run (literally). Thanks for everything, Amanda.
  2:21pm Brian in UK:

Don't do it Johnny.
  2:24pm Doug S.:

Ken Freedman's ban of showtunes on the WFMU airwaves DOES NOT extend to Give the Drummer Radio. Just sayin'.
  2:25pm Amanda:

I had no idea this was going on!
  2:25pm Doug S.:

And can I just say this song is fucking fabulous!
  2:29pm Brian in UK:

Murray Head, the original Joseph?
  2:30pm Van in Dallas:

Interesting. Didn't know this Murray Head. Looking him up, his brother I DO know...Anthony Head from Buffy!
  2:32pm Brian in UK:

His other brother Richard was in The Cough Sweets. Cheap, I know.
  2:33pm Amanda:

Murray Head = showtune guy, was in Jesus Christ Superstar and more... famousest for "One Night in Bangkok"
  2:34pm Van in Dallas:

Ah, okay. classic Neil now.
  2:34pm glenn:

i'm all for mangling the english language, but famousest?
  2:35pm Amanda:

My playlist, my English!
  2:35pm Brian in UK:

glenn it's more better than bestest
  2:37pm glenn:

anyway, i'd contend that say it ain't so joe is more famouser than one night in bangkok.
  2:39pm Amanda:

You think? Maybe you're right, but I knew about Bangkok way before. </solipsism>
  2:40pm joe:

I have to agree with Amanda on this one.
  2:42pm Hugo:

Three years in Bangkok is better than one night, if you ask me, though maybe not at this time ...
  2:42pm Van in Dallas:

Solipsism? Like in Stranger in a Strange Land? :)

anyway, should have remembered M. Head from the One Night in Bangkok song. I liked it, I've BEEN to Bangkok, and moreover, I had Thai chicken curry for lunch.
  2:44pm Brian in UK:

Well it's all fine & dandy if you can get to the Record Fair eh Doug?
  2:49pm Doug S.:

The sting of missing this year's fair will linger until the next one, I fear.
  2:51pm joe:

I had the Cassingle of this song at one time. Don't know how I wound up with it.
  2:53pm Alf From Upstate:

There's that word "cassingle" again!
  2:53pm Brian in UK:

Serenade me off to the kitchen. Byeeee.
  2:57pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks for the musical tour, amanda!
  2:57pm Hugo:

That RecFair room was amazing! I did a video walkthrough of the entire room, up and down every aisle, using the mobile phone. It came to close to eight minutes!
  2:58pm joe:

Thank you Amanda. I will be back next week.
  2:58pm Van in Dallas:

Looking like I will probably become "Van in DC" soon. If so, I hope to make next year's record fair.

Hey thanks for a wonderful show Amanda.
  2:58pm Amanda:

Bye guys! Many thanks for your fun chat remarks, as always. See you next week.
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