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Everything I do is gonna be funky.

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Options May 9, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Georgia Anne Muldrow  Seeds   Options seeds  E One  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Moodymann  That ole Devil   Options 12"  white label  0:04:46 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Danny Pearson  Walkin in the rain with the one i love   Options S/T  Casablanca  0:09:16 (Pop‑up)
Hollis and Starr  Stayin High   Options Sidewalks Talking  Ovation  0:15:04 (Pop‑up)
Beastie Boys  5 boroughs Macho mix   Options 12"  white label  0:17:22 (Pop‑up)
Ric wilhite & Osunlade  Blame It On The Boogie   Options   Still Music  0:24:21 (Pop‑up)
The Rationals  Glowin'   Options   BBE  0:33:21 (Pop‑up)
Sagitarius  In my room   Options The Blue Marble  Together  0:44:19 (Pop‑up)
The Exception  Mymind goes traveling   Options Single  capitol  0:45:48 (Pop‑up)
The Smoke  Gold is the Colour of Thought   Options S/T  Capitol (Greece)  0:48:39 (Pop‑up)
Left Banke  Love songs in the night   Options Hot Parts Soundtrack  soundtrack classics  0:51:24 (Pop‑up)
Burt Bacharach  I might frighten her away   Options Something Big  A & M  0:53:08 (Pop‑up)
Jean Carn  Was that all it was (Pied Piper re edit)   Options     0:56:50 (Pop‑up)
Omar S feat. Colonal Abrams  Who wrote the rules of love   Options 12"  FXHE  1:04:10 (Pop‑up)
Garo  Nightlife Reconsidered   Options Moment sound vol. 1  moment sound  1:10:16 (Pop‑up)
Stevie Wonder  Race Babbling   Options Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants  Tamla/Motown  1:13:45 (Pop‑up)
Joe Hicks  Home Sweet Home Pt. II   Options Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70 (various artists)  Charly Music  1:22:10 (Pop‑up)
Honey & The Bees  I'll be there   Options   Josie Records  1:24:52 (Pop‑up)
Lilacs & Champagne  Nice Man   Options S/T  mexican summer  1:38:54 (Pop‑up)
Gramme  Mine (Joe "Hot Chip" Goddard edit)   Options 12"  G.R.M  1:41:50 (Pop‑up)
Stan Davis' Ghetto Mysticism  Things Cannot Stop Forever   Options Soul-Cal Disco & Modern Soul 1971-1982  Now-Again  1:49:17 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Streisand  Never give up (Nelue edit)   Options Guilty  columbia  1:55:44 (Pop‑up)
Rev Charles Nick & The St. James Choiir  You Brought The Sunshine Into My Life   Options     2:00:40 (Pop‑up)
Dennis Coffey Trio  Let the Sunshine In   Options Hair & Thangs  Venture  2:06:39 (Pop‑up)
Sons of Champlin  What'cha gonna do   Options Loving is why  riola  2:13:00 (Pop‑up)
J*DaVeY  Dirty love   Options Rewind vol. 5  Ubiquity Recordings  2:16:25 (Pop‑up)
Kissey  Beam Me Up   Options Plethora  R2  2:20:54 (Pop‑up)
Vanilla  Snowblind   Options Chrome trails  soundcloud  2:23:31 (Pop‑up)
Punk Rock Commercial        2:26:23 (Pop‑up)
Airplay  Nothing you can do about it   Options S/T  Arista  2:28:23 (Pop‑up)
Starbuck  Moonlight feels right (Re-work)   Options   soundcloud  2:34:01 (Pop‑up)
James Brown  sEXY sEXY SEXy (RE EDIT)   Options     2:40:22 (Pop‑up)
CARPENTERS  PUNK AS FUNK MIX   Options     2:43:58 (Pop‑up)
S.G.  I dont wanna dance (re edit)   Options   unreleased  2:48:13 (Pop‑up)
Don Covay  Sexy Girl   Options Hot Blood  Mercury  2:54:27 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:02pm too much coffee:

woah there.. this is heavy stuff
  12:03pm Cecile:

hey duane!
  12:04pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Hellloooo Duane!
  12:04pm Duane:

Hello everyone!!!
  12:06pm Cecile:

You can send out "Hit and Run" to Amy Senser, a local socialite who was just convicted of running over a well-loved Thai chef in Minneapolis.
  12:07pm Merman:

THis Moodymann is reminding me of Ethel Waters.
  12:07pm paula pc:

seeds such a nice start -- work of Madlib, no? Had read about but not heard until now...
  12:08pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Yeah Madlib indeed
  12:10pm Emily:

woah! great set!
  12:10pm Duane:

Cecile: Ouch! I saw a posting about that in a feed. *smh*
Merman: It's a Billie rework of "that ole devil called love" I think
  12:10pm Nathan:

Duaniacs in the house!
  12:11pm Merman:

An interesting take on the old Love Unlimited track.
  12:11pm robyn:

what a nice start. hi everybody
  12:13pm Cecile:

yeah, it was pretty outrageous. The act was terrible enough, but if she would have stopped and called 911, none of this would have happened.
  12:15pm Cecile:

but then again, there wouldn't be any ID TV if people used their common sense. Or at least the programs would be very short.
  12:17pm Orichalcum:

I've been thinking of Terence Trent D'Arby lately. Is it just me or did anyone else think it strange that he faded out so fast. I guess he lives in Milan now and records under his real name. Just a thought on a misty Manhattan afternoon.
  12:18pm Mike East:

Oh yes, I need this show today. Thanks Duane.
  12:19pm Cecile:

I think about him surprisingly often, Ori.
Always liked him better than Lenny Kravitz, but LK's workmanlike attitude resonated with the public better, I guess.

Yay! BBs.
  12:21pm 22-Minute World:

Ha ha! Did he just say 1010 WINS. That's pretty funny.
  12:21pm kata:

good morning Duane and commenting people! I'm back after two weeks off headphones. Missed you all !
  12:21pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Perfect BB track to play...
  12:21pm max:

This beastie boys track is amazing!! So good
  12:22pm Jeremy Shatan:

I think about TTD not a whit. Never bought the hype. However, obviously, I've been thinking about MCA ALOT. Here's what I wrote, if you're interested: www.anearful.blogspot.com. And yes, this is awesome!
  12:25pm Displaced New Yorker:

Duane, I'm freshly on Pacific Time and your show is exactly what I need to fight the jet lag. Thanks so much.
  12:27pm Vote:

Snow - Informer vs. 3rd Bass - Pop Goes The Weasel
  12:30pm Cecile:

Steppin' to the AM beats both of them.
  12:33pm Kat in Chicago:

<3 Osunlade
  12:33pm alex:

my favorite Dr. John album!
  12:35pm Renny Bach:

I got out my old LP copy of Gris-Gris the other day. Only after MOJO told me it was cool, I shamefacedly admit.
  12:36pm alex:

woops Rationals version i guess...
  12:40pm Cecile:

Gerardo discovered Bubba Sparxxx, whose Deliverance album I will defend until the day I die.
  12:41pm Orichalcum:

Are we speaking of the Rico Suave Gerardo?
  12:42pm Cecile:

  12:44pm vanessa:

  12:45pm Jeremy Shatan:

Love Bubba - Dark Days, Dark Nights is still HOT & features some of Tim's best beats. I didn't know about the Gerardo connections. Rrrrrrico suave.
  12:46pm Mike Love Not War:

So strange that you played this. I was just wishing I could see the beach Boys at the Beacon tonight. Never thought I'd see Love and Brian onstage again. That track That's WHy God Made The Radio I kind of nostalgically dig.
  12:47pm Cecile:

he becamed a very successful A&R guy.
  12:49pm Duane:

Yeah Osunalade produced most of Gerardo's 2nd album..he also was dating Toni Basil when he was 17. Living with her as well.
  12:51pm Nathan:

Toni Basil's - You Gotta Problem is an oft overlooked single in my book...
  12:51pm Blackwood Quinn:

THose are some heavy MTV roots. Basil and Gerardo.
  12:54pm Kat in Chicago:

Duane: that's wild. I didn't know either of those fun facts!
  12:55pm Slacktivist Steve:

OMG I have to get back to WORK. Duane, you distract me so with your masterful mixology. This is reminding me of the Lost orizon soundtrack, which I love.
  1:00pm Duane:

Slacktivist Steve: I just saw Lost Horizon for the first time last month!! SO good. I've been slackin on my classic movies
  1:00pm Cecile:

when is there going to be a Jean Carn unsung?
  1:02pm Duane:

Cecile: She's so unsung, she might as well be spoken word:)
  1:02pm Duane:

Cecile: RUmor is that there is an Eddy Grant unsung coming though
  1:02pm Cecile:

unsung schedule for June:
Sly Stone, Gerald Levert, the Marvelettes, Kool Moe Dee, Angela Bofill, Arrested Development and Confunkshun.

I squeed when I saw Kool Moe Dee, I cannot lie.
  1:03pm Cecile:

oh, cool Duane. He sure needs one.
hahahhahaha Duane.
  1:04pm Duane:

I saw that too! Marvelettes!!
  1:05pm Mike East:

Holy crap, Cecile. I keep hearing you guys talk about that show and have yet to see it. That line up is awesome. I need to check it out. Thanks for the tip.
  1:05pm Cecile:

this is amazing.
Reminds me of The Money$ too tight to mention: soul + electronics.
  1:07pm Cecile:

and this is new-ish! wow, cool.
  1:07pm Duane:

yeah the Colonel rarely lets you down
  1:07pm paula pc:

what Duane said!!!!!!!!
  1:09pm Cecile:

must have.
  1:11pm paula pc:

killer site, cecile...http://www.omarsdetroit.us/index.php
  1:16pm Cecile:

Goodies galore! wow.
  1:18pm still b/p:

Dentist visit took the first hour away from me. This is much more enjoyable, orally, aurally, financially.
  1:19pm www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Nightlife Reconsidered is by Garo, not Slava.
  1:20pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Secret LIfe, totally totally underrated album...
  1:20pm Duane:

THanx for the correction. Duly noted
  1:26pm Cecile:

so colonel abrams is making new music with Omar S? it's not remixes? I'm really curious!
  1:26pm Kat in Chicago:

I'm glad you made the correction because I just put a note in my phone to hunt down that awesome track later - something I am in the habit of doing during this show :)
  1:29pm Caryn:

Yay, Duane! Missed the start because my computer's been acting up ever since I updated my browser. Spent the weekend in funk heaven, listening to The Headhunters, Lafayette Afro Rock Band, Jackie Mittoo and Horace Silver. And then took a detour to youtube to listen to Japanese funk. A shamisen jam is definitely something to hear!
  1:33pm robyn:

great show so far duane. so mellow. my productivity is suffering...but i don't mind.
  1:33pm robyn:

(it's usually suffering anyway...)
  1:33pm Cecile:

  1:34pm Caryn:

I wish they'd show Unsung over here :(
  1:36pm Cecile:

I think you can watch it on TV1's website.
  1:37pm kata:

"something on my mind" is such a great song.
  1:42pm Caryn:

@Cecile: they have 9 episodes available online, but that's it. Still, better than nothing! :)
  1:43pm Cheri Pi:

it's ESG backwards!
  1:43pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Cheri: lol
  1:44pm Duane:

Caryn: Wow!!! That's a pretty heavy weekend. I'm impressed! You should check youtube for Unsung episodes as well. The sylvester is definitely up there
  1:48pm Caryn:

@Duane: yeah, my weekend made me come to the conclusion that "Survival of the Fittest" is my favourite Headhunters album, that the LARB is wayyyyyy underrated, and that Haruomi Hosono can get funky when need be.
  1:55pm Nathan:

Oh for those looking for the unsung documentaries... Youtube of course!

  1:59pm Caryn:

@Nathan: thanks for the effort!
  2:01pm Nathan:

Tis nothing! Just furtherin' the cause.
  2:02pm Cecile:

thank you Nathan! I can pass that on to other folks who dont' get TV1.
  2:03pm Duane:

Good Look Nathan!
Caryn: "Tokyon RUsh" by Hosono is mad funky. Love "Honey Moon" too
  2:08pm yayson:

ok you win i am happy now.
  2:10pm Duane:

yayson: It's good for the soul!!
  2:10pm Caryn:

@Duane: definitely! Also enjoy his "Rose and Beast".
  2:13pm Mike East:

Yes! Thanks for saving me time, Nathan!
  2:18pm Hatch:

In my experience the freaks REALLY come out whenever you play anything Zappa-related on the FMU airwaves. Hope you're getting some weird phone calls right now.
  2:19pm ?:

frank . . . frank . . . frank . . . FRANK!
  2:20pm Caryn:

@Hatch: well, they just supplement the ample amount of freaks already here.
  2:21pm Kat in Chicago:

Woodwork creaks and...
  2:22pm Duane:

I got a call, Hatch..ya shoulda warned a bruh! LOL!
  2:24pm Caryn:

Also, if anyone knows the name of the artist doing this, please let me know, because if there is an album, I want to - nay, I NEED to - get it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA87H-wEFV0
  2:25pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Freak outta the woodwork checking in!... Tks for the shout out, Hatch
  2:26pm Nathan:

@Caryn - From the comments on Youtube... Minoru Muraoka + New Dimension ~ Bamboo (1970)
  2:27pm Caryn:

@Nathan: nope, the downloader (who also downloaded Bamboo) says it's not that. Similar style, but alas no.
  2:27pm efd:

damn, Duane, I didn't know you played punk on your show!
  2:28pm yayson:

funk as puck dood
  2:28pm Cecile:

punk. hahahhahaha
  2:28pm Nathan:

  2:28pm kata:

this commercial is cracking me up, can't be real!
  2:28pm Caryn:

@efd: well, we also didn't know Huey Lewis & The News was punk. Or Crowded House.
  2:28pm Cecile:

  2:28pm Mike East:

this punk rock stuff is too heavy for me.
  2:29pm Caryn:

@kata: I put the link up on Ken's playlist.
  2:29pm Cheri Pi:

  2:29pm Kat in Chicago:

Warning: contains no actual punk music
  2:29pm Droll:

I can just hear the mowhawks and leather coming through this ad.
Maybe that's "punked"?
  2:29pm Rarus Avis:

EGADS~ I'm going to have to throw away all of my old punk albums, 'cause they're obviously not punk enough.
  2:30pm Caryn:

Damn, Droll beat me to the "punked" line! Seriously, that ad is soooo ridiculous. And it's even worse when you see the bewigged actors.
  2:30pm Koko from Koko's Boathouse:

smoooooth music.
  2:31pm Duane:

Crowded House and GG Allin tour was legendary!
  2:31pm Caryn:

Now I want a WFMU DJ to do a "punk" show consisting of the artists on that collection.
  2:32pm still b/p:

Remember that insane, all-smashing, social-shake-up John Hughes movie, Pretty in Punk?
  2:32pm Cecile:

Huey Lewis and Jello Biafra used to golf together*

*total lie.
  2:34pm Droll:

Caryn, Be careful what you wish for. Surely Duane played the ad because he has the album. Then again, it's been a while since we put on Doc Martens and skanked around the living room to Huey Lewis, could be fun (again).
  2:35pm Caryn:

And now Duane is kinda doing that dream show... awesome.
  2:35pm Cecile:


Scott Williams made a loop of this vibe solo. IT was the greatest.
  2:36pm Kat in Chicago:

I just remembered what this is. Oh noes.
  2:36pm Caryn:

Oh, Droll, I'm pogoing to Crowded House almost every day. Their rebellious messages and crazy outfits really get my adrenaline going.
Okay, I think I'm having a sarcasm overdose...
  2:38pm Kat in Chicago:

The worst part is the vocalist's forced chuckle just before the chorus
  2:38pm Cheri Pi:

this song reminds me of being trapped in the car with a.m. radio and my uncool parents.
  2:38pm Caryn:

I'm expecting shocked calls from moral guardians about this outrageous filth you're playing, Duane. Breaking taboos and crossing boundaries of decency even today, people!
  2:39pm PKNY:

I don't care what anyone says, that xylophone solo is punk as fuck.
  2:39pm Rarus Avis:

@Caryn: Call the FCC!
  2:39pm Denise in DC:

How scary is it that I immediately recognized the xylophone solo from "Moonlight Feels Right"?
  2:42pm Caryn:

@Rarus Avis: oh, I'm sure the FCC is already reaming Ken out over this music. This show will never be archived because of the scummy punk element that briefly took over.
  2:43pm still b/p:

Ha...xylo punk. Bollocks Marimba Band.
That re-work was fun, a perfect candidate. A good production team and emcees could create a great breezy rambling rap number over that music.
  2:43pm s:

Can someone tell me about a good source of material
  2:44pm kata:

yeah, bringing the sexy back...
  2:45pm Puncle:

LVB's Missa Solemnis. That's punk!
  2:46pm Caryn:

Oh, Duane. Turning off that nice clean Mr. Brown for this trashy singer (the founder of L7, BTW).
  2:46pm Marmalade Kitty:

you.. yoooou got the tunes!
  2:46pm Patrick:

is this what they call toilet punk? giving Terry T a run for her money
  2:48pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

There's a Nietzsche joke somewhere in there with the dead horse thing...
  2:49pm Cecile:

Not that scary, I knew it too, Denise!
  2:51pm Denise in DC:

No matter how funky the beat may be, Karen Carpenter wrestles it into MOR submission.
  2:52pm vet:

I got a call about the punky chicken and a dead horse....?
  2:54pm ?:

q: why did the dead chicken cross the road?

a: that's so punk!
  3:04pm Denise in DC:

I thougoht it was "Why did the punk cross the road?" "He was stapled to the back of a chicken!"
  7:17pm flo:

taste quality and just great. duaaane!!
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