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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 New Approx. start time
Nick Lowe  How Do You Talk to an Angel   Options The Abominable Showman  Columbia  1983  LP      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Dave Edmunds  Girls Talk   Options Repeat When Necessary  Swan Song  1979  LP      0:04:22 (Pop‑up)
Fingerprints  Where the Beat Goes On   Options Big Hits of Mid-America Volume 3 (V/A)  Twin Tone  1979  LP      0:07:40 (Pop‑up)
Marianne Faithfull  For Beautie's Sake   Options Dangerous Acquaintances  Island  1981  LP      0:10:12 (Pop‑up)
Steve Winwood  Back in the High Life Again   Options         sung along to    0:13:44 (Pop‑up)
Jet Staxx  I'm Gonna Be the Best Guy   Options   Sing Sing    7"    *   0:19:19 (Pop‑up)
Gibson Brothers  Barbara   Options Memphis Sol Today!  Sympathy for the Record Industry  1993  CD      0:21:57 (Pop‑up)
Badfinger  No Matter What   Options No Dice reissue  Apple  1970/2010  CD      0:25:33 (Pop‑up)
Department S  Going Left Right   Options   Stiff  1981  7"      0:35:40 (Pop‑up)
Roland Kirk  Quintessence   Options Left And Right  Atlantic  1969  LP      0:38:39 (Pop‑up)
Miles Davis  Springsville   Options Miles Ahead: Miles Davis + 19  Columbia  orig 1957  CD      0:42:05 (Pop‑up)
Soiled Mattress and the Springs  Track 1   Options s/t  s/r  2005  CD      0:45:26 (Pop‑up)
Vanilla Fudge  Street Walking Woman (original mix)   Options Rock and Roll  Sundazed  orig 1969  CD      0:48:37 (Pop‑up)
Blue Cheer  Parchment Farm   Options Vincebus Eruptum  Mercury/Polygram  orig 1968  CD      0:54:34 (Pop‑up)
The Melvins  Skeeter   Options Nude with Boots  Ipecac  2008  CD      1:00:15 (Pop‑up)
The Dictators  Loyola   Options   Norton  1996  7"      1:02:27 (Pop‑up)
The Figgs  Girl, Kill Your Boyfriend   Options Banda Macho  Capitol  1996  CD      1:10:34 (Pop‑up)
The Cakekitchen  Walking On Glass   Options World of Sand  Dutch East India Trading  1991  CD      1:13:02 (Pop‑up)
Drive Like Jehu  Bullet Train to Vegas   Options   Merge  2003  7"      1:17:25 (Pop‑up)
The Condo Fucks  Gudbuy t'Jane   Options Fuckbook  Matador  2008  CD      1:20:08 (Pop‑up)
Jesus H Christ & The Four Hornsmen Of The Apocalypse  Obviously   Options s/t    2005  CD      1:24:14 (Pop‑up)
Valley Lodge  Planetarium   Options s/t  D-Text  2005  CD      1:27:03 (Pop‑up)
Sugar  Explode and Make Up   Options File Under: Easy Listening  Ryko  1994  CD      1:30:37 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Holly  Wait til The Sun Shines Nellie   Options             1:42:49 (Pop‑up)
Shonen Knife  Tower of the Sun   Options Brand New Knife  Big Deal  1997  CD      1:44:05 (Pop‑up)
Fountains of Wayne  Someone To Love   Options Traffic and Weather  Virgin  2007  CD      1:48:15 (Pop‑up)
Metric  Soft Rock Star   Options Grow Up and Blow Away  Last Gang  2007  CD      1:52:25 (Pop‑up)
DQE  Tell Me Why the Ivy Twines   Options   Colossal  1994  7"      1:56:17 (Pop‑up)
Tegan & Sara  Nineteen   Options The Con  Sire  2007  CD      1:58:59 (Pop‑up)
Liverbirds  He's About a Mover   Options Destroy That Boy! - More Girls With Guitars            2:01:54 (Pop‑up)
Ambulance  I Remember   Options   Sing Sing    7"    *   2:04:14 (Pop‑up)
Crowded House  Something So Strong   Options s/t  Capitol  1986  CD      2:07:33 (Pop‑up)
The Muslims  Inside Job   Options Esopus vol. 11: Advice    2008  CD      2:19:47 (Pop‑up)
The Golden Boys  Run Away   Options Dirty Fingernails  12XU    LP    *   2:22:40 (Pop‑up)
The Gap Band  I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops)   Options             2:25:07 (Pop‑up)
ELO  Do Ya (unedited alternative mix)   Options Flashback (box set)  Sony/Epic/Legacy  1973?  CD      2:33:28 (Pop‑up)
Grand Trine  I Need You Baby   Options   Almost Ready    7"    *   2:37:27 (Pop‑up)
Woody Guthrie  Two Good Men   Options Hard Travelin' Man  Rev-Ola  2007 comp  CD      2:39:55 (Pop‑up)
Mazzy Star  Be My Angel   Options She Hangs Brightly  Capitol  1991  CD      2:43:40 (Pop‑up)
The Enablers  Five O'Clock Sundays   Options Tropics of Hudson: Mike Lupica's 2006 Marathon Premium (V/A)      CD      2:46:57 (Pop‑up)
Aretha Franklin  Bring It On Home To Me   Options Soul '69  Atlantic  1969  LP      2:56:30 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Most welcoming "Sweet Caroline" a la steel drums!
Heyyyyyy Amanda!
  12:01pm Dervish:

Screw Calgon, Nazario Scenario take me away.
  12:02pm Carmichael:

Hi Amanda.
  12:03pm G:

You weren't on the hompage yet when Ken signed off...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm Amanda:

How do you talk to a listener? Hi all!
  12:03pm G:

You're there now :-)
  12:04pm john:

  12:05pm john:

Hey Amanda, your archived shows aren't on WFMU's iPhone app. That bums me out.
  12:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Didn't know Dave Edmunds sang this one!
  12:07pm Carmichael:

Oooohhh, you're in that kind of musical mood today, Amanda. This is going to be fun! Repeat When Necessary is a fantastic Edmunds album. And Sweet Little Lisa is the best song on that album.
  12:11pm SteveL:

OK! Ready to go. Homemade pizza lunch at the desk with Amanda! Work does NOT suck today.
  12:13pm Van in DC:

Made it! Hi Amanda and everyone
  12:16pm Van in DC:

Wow, I made it just in time! :)
  12:17pm Matt from Springfield:

80s Steve Winwood sing-along! That era seems to be good for singing along to.
Hi Van!
  12:18pm john:

Amanda doing karaoke captures everything I love about WFMU. Best radio station ever. I'm gonna cry.
  12:19pm Doug S.:

Gotta be Jim Keltner on drums. (OK, that's how my mind works.)
  12:20pm Van in DC:

Hi Matt!
  12:21pm SteveL:

John: What you said.
  12:22pm Van in DC:

Any of you up in NY / NJ able to see the ships coming in for Fleet Week?
  12:23pm Spencer:

Arf arf Amanda, too hot for dogs over here. Gonna find a shady place, humans think walking is good. Bah.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm Amanda:

Wow! All these nice folks here today. Pleased to see you. @john, I am sorry to hear that -- maybe Doug has some insight into this? Doug? Maybe it's just a good incentive to listen live.
  12:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: How's the wife doing after that accident?
  12:25pm Brian in UK:

Anyone seen a recalcitrant beagle?
  12:26pm G:

When I lived in Staten Island for years, you always knew about Fleet Week from all the uniformed people in the ferry terminal waiting room. Living in Brooklyn more recently, to know about it I need to see/hear a media mention, or be in a touristy area of Mahattan.
  12:27pm G:

Woot! Badfinger!
  12:28pm Matt from Springfield:

WOOOOO!!! No Matter What!!!
Love this one, in fact I think it deserves the abbreviation NMW. Anyone *truly* with it should know what it means.
  12:28pm Doug S.:

Thanks for asking Matt. I will be leaving to retrieve her from hospital in about an hour. (I said that in a British accent.)
  12:28pm Carmichael:

Here's your sing-along song right here, my friend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm Amanda:

Brian -- yes, I know one recalcitrant Beagle very well in fact
  12:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Good to know! Retrieve away, good sir! Right 'o!
(visualize me with a red coat, on a horse, in addition to accent)
  12:30pm G:

I hope the Powers That Be have determined that webstreaming shows are not yet Appworthy :-(
  12:31pm G:

should be "have not determined"
  12:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: That's true, I don't sing well, but I would totally enjoy singing along to NMW. I DO sing along to that in private, but I just may risk my reputation by performing it in public.
  12:31pm efd:

@john (and Amanda), none of the shows on the alternate streams are on the app -- and neither are fill-ins on WFMU proper. I'm not sure why that is, but I'd guess it has something to do with the way those shows/links are stored in the database.
  12:34pm Doug S.:

The Drummer stream IS on the WFMU iPhone app! You can't access the archives yet, but you can indeed hear this stream. (Did that answer your question?)
  12:34pm Brian in UK:

Jeez Doug. Best wishes fella. (Fake American accent)
  12:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@efd: I got the WFMU app for my iPad not to long ago--it seems not so good for listening to Archives. Only the regular shows, and only 3 or so of the most recent Archives. Maybe there's a way to access more, so I'll have to explore that.
  12:35pm Doug S.:

Look for the bongos icon (of course).

@Brian in UK
Thanks chum.
  12:36pm Matt from Springfield:

I do like how you can "dial up" all the webstreams with the touch of a button; easier than clicking a different link on the main webpage. That's only the live streams though.
  12:36pm Console:

Please don't make me take the pepsi chaellenge :)
  12:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Amanda: a REAL person, in REAL time! We certainly love ya for it!

And for your consideration--keep that coffee far enough from the console!
@Console: Will Coke, or Pepsi kill you faster? :)
  12:42pm Brian in UK:

Dept S 'Is Vic There? I think the title comes from a Monty Python track with a 'phone-in with a crossed line. Matching Tie & Hankerchief? Very funny. The double groove album ofcourse.
  12:45pm SteveL:

The Pepsi Syndrome

  12:45pm Console:

Both Coke and Pepsi are lethal, and so's beer, but at least with beer I don't care so much as the life flickers from my eyes.
  12:49pm john:

In the last six months I've spilled coffee on my laptop, blueberry juice on my phone and a smoothie on my keyboard. I need a sippy cup.
  12:54pm Console:

@john: or at least not a tippy cup
  12:57pm Carmichael:

@Brian: Matching Tie & Handkerchief always threw my friends off. The 1st 3-sided LP.
  1:03pm Carmichael:

I heard a concert reviewer once say that Blue Cheer was so loud, they turned the air into cottage cheese.
  1:04pm Urologist:

Been there, done that.
  1:10pm efd:

I should have been more clear in my response that I was referring to *archived* fill-ins and webstream shows. As Doug points out you certainly can listen live to this and the other alternate streams via the WFMU app.
  1:17pm kat330:

On the topic of FMU tech stuff: Two recent-ish developments I've noticed are whenever I click to open a live playlist, my digital radio stream halts. The other dingus is we can no longer hit an archive's .mp3 and have it start to play in iTunes automatically as we used to. This may be because I've been playing with my PC's sounds while doing some home recording.
  1:18pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
  1:18pm kat330:

Oh, and Hi, Amanda and all you lovely Friends in My Universe! :)
  1:21pm john:

The thing is, most of these incidents involved travel mugs or unspillable-like glasses.

I've caught the stream on the app and loved it. Just was surprised that the archives on the app only included current shows. Would love to have access to old shows by, say, Amanda and Hatch and Doug and...everyone (sweeping gesture w/ both arms).

Also, is Bitch Magnet coming up in this set?
  1:21pm Van in DC:

app, bah! I'm holding out for the cranial implant, and being able to switch streams with a nose twitch. Of course, trying to drive with all the comments streaming inside my retinas might be a little difficult.
  1:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Slade cover!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm Amanda:

Hey kat! Hey ndbob! I'm very impressed with the amount of tech-support-related questions on this playlist so far that I can't even begin to answer.
  1:24pm Matt from Springfield:

@Van: Yeah, integrating the audio within us would be one thing, but all those comments as well? That could be a PROBLEM...
  1:27pm Matt from Springfield:


I'm liking this! And the name: Jesus H Christ & The Four HoRNSmen of the Apocalypse!!
  1:27pm Van in DC:

Quick shoutout of congratulations to Eliza Rickman, who performed on Julie's show not all that long ago, for her "Pretty Little Head" being NPR's "Song of the Day"! (happy b/c I helped her on Kickstarter :) )
  1:29pm kat330:

Well, the stream halting when I click open a live playlist is certainly a brand new mystery. Happened every time today. The archives problem can be solved by entering the URL I'm redirected to in the iTunes "Open Stream" field, but previously it the archive would just start up in iT immediately.
  1:32pm kat330:

Been a nice listen today: Lowe and Badfinger, Marianne and Miles -- thanks!
  1:33pm Matt from Springfield:

That's great news for Eliza! Hopefully that will lead to more exposure for her.
  1:36pm SteveL:

If I had to pick one pop band to listen to forever, it would be Sugar.
  1:36pm kat330:

Mouldy Sugar, yumm!
  1:41pm northguineahills:

lol kat330
  1:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Good Buddy Holly, short and sweet.
And Shonen Knife! Love the rhythm of this song.
  1:48pm Danne D:

Hiya AmNazz and AmNazztics :)

Ugh, I'm a little late and see Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds topping the board *sigh*
  1:49pm Brian in UK:

@SteveL I dug out Copper Blue recently, it was like starting out again. I forgot how good a record it is.
Bye the bye, have you heard him on Hyacinths & Thistles by The Sixths. Wonderful.
  1:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: Btw, also love the bed music you had right before this set. What is that smoky brass and orchestral instrumental you always play in the middle of the Scenario?
  1:49pm Carmichael:

It sounds like she's riding the storm out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Amanda:

I don't care how many times I've played/listened to/other people have played "Someone To Love." I DON'T CARE.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:51pm Amanda:

Brian, yes, I love that 6ths album. Love.

@MfS, it's the London Philharmonic playing "Maybe" from the musical Annie.

Hi Danne! You have to get up pretty early in the afternoon to catch the pub rock sets, I guess
  1:52pm kat330:

Ooops, away in the kitchen just now, NGH. And yes, SteveL, I can come close to full agreement on that, but then I think about so many others. :)
  1:53pm kat330:

@Brian: I've particular affection for Sugar's "If I can't change your mind."
  1:54pm Brian in UK:

"No one else will" Never heard of The Byrds!!
  1:55pm ndbob:

nice song here!
  1:57pm kat330:

@Brian: You're losing me. I bet I'm supposed to know some bit of music lore everyone else knows?
  1:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Amanda! Not so familiar with the Annie musical so I was wondering what tune that might be.
  1:58pm kat330:

Heh, this one's a hoot! My family used to sing this chestnut in full harmony.
  1:59pm SteveL:

Brian: I have not heard that. I will find it.
Kat: That's an amazing song. Most moving breakup/don't break up song I've ever heard.
  2:00pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: AmNazzatics! (It can double as AmNazz-addicts! :)

Yeah, unless you grab lunch way early or wait until after 12, it takes skill to catch the beginning of the Nazario Scenario live.
  2:03pm Brian in UK:

kat330 jangly guitar that's all.
Steve L he only plays on one track but it is a complete surprise. Guesting on Stephin Merritt, master song writers album in one of his many guises
  2:03pm Danne D:

@kat and @brian - gotta find a tape deck to play my copy of copper blue now...
  2:04pm Danne D:

Hmm so is Amnazzics or Amnazzatics better?
  2:04pm kat330:

Do it, Danne D!
  2:04pm Carmichael:

Since someone brought up lunch, I feel compelled to apologize for my huge Indian food error of last week. I described chickpeas in red curry sauce as Aloo Gobi, when clearly the correct name is Chana Masala. Aloo Gobi is cauliflower and diced potatoes in a yellow curry and cardomom sauce. My bad, Indian food bro's.
  2:05pm Carmichael:

@Danne: I prefer "Nazarenes".
  2:05pm Danne D:

  2:05pm Brian in UK:

Pronounced "Live-a birds"
  2:06pm Danne D:

  2:06pm kat330:

We fans here have a pleasant AmNazia -- we forget what we've been doing and have to do and just enjoy a listen. :)
  2:08pm kat330:

@Carm: You are forgiven. My hunaja brought home some wonderful goodies from Finland: smoked salmon, great rye breads, etc. But I was in the kitchen with some early prep work for tonight's fish tacos, a 7SD go-with staple.
  2:09pm Danne D:

Crowded House :)
  2:09pm Brian in UK:

@Danne D Bit religious that one, well hey music is a religious experience. The Church of FMU.

Bye the bye (again) what river splits the 'F' from the 'W' in US radio nomenclature ?(ouch)
  2:09pm kat330:

Punk in the House!
  2:10pm SteveL:

If you're getting too much done at work, go to today's Google's tribute to Moog. All of the buttons work.
  2:11pm Van in DC:

Peter Jones tribute?
  2:12pm kat330:

Oh, that's fun, SteveL!
  2:13pm SteveL:

Yes, much fun. I expect to be fired later today because of it.
  2:14pm Gaylord Fields:

@Brian: With few exceptions, it's "W" east of the Mississippi and "K" in the west. http://tinyurl.com/6soh6x5
  2:16pm Brian in UK:

Thanks Gaylord. Thought it might be the Pecos but thats my cowboy fantasy!!
  2:20pm Gaylord Fields:

WFMU's call sign, demystified: "W" = because the station is west of the Mississippi; "FM" = our frequency is modulated for your convenience; "U" for our Swedish-inspired former benefactor, Upsala College, which owned the station's license until 1995.
  2:21pm kat330:

Can any research whiz here discover when "Tell Me Why" (the Ivy Twines) first appeared in the American songbook? I found something that said the lyrics were by "Unknown." My mother and uncle taught me the song along with "Row Row Row Your Boat," "Oh, How Lovely Is the Evening," etc., but I couldn't find anything earlier than Pat Benatar in my search.
  2:22pm ndbob:

excellent show Amanda!.. I need to go.. catch the rest later
  2:22pm kat330:

Bye, Bob!
  2:26pm Danne D:

wow I can't remember the last time I heard this!
  2:28pm Van in DC:

This morning I happily processed a request to add a new user to the computer system I administer. The userid? I kid not - FMU :)
  2:30pm Doug S.:

Home now with the patient. Her walker is the same model has her 95-year-old mother's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:32pm Amanda:

Hi Doug -- All good thoughts to her for a speedy recovery.

Bye ndbob, see you next time!

@Danne -- that is what I'm here for? Maybe?

Thanks Gaylord, for the call-letter history lesson! And belated thanks to efd for stream-tech-insight!
  2:32pm northguineahills:

Wow, she had to stay over night?!! How extensive were her injuries, if you don't mind me asking?
  2:32pm kat330:

Hi, Doug! Oh, sounds like you need some healing teeps your way: }}}}}}}}}}}}
  2:33pm Danne D:

@Amanda :) You're like the imaginary radio friend I had in my youth, except you're real and I'm not young anymore.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm Amanda:

Meh, everyone's young relative to someone.
  2:34pm Carmichael:

@kat: Tell Me Why was originally recorded in '56 by Norman Fox & the Rob Roys. It was written by Don Carter and Marshal "Buzzy" Helfand.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:35pm Amanda:

(I mean: What? You're not???)
  2:35pm Doug S.:

Tnx kat330!
  2:36pm Gaylord Fields:

@Danne D: I initially misread what you wrote as "You're like the imaginary radio friend I had in my mouth." I was going to suggest you have a dentist look at your fillings.
  2:36pm Van in DC:

imaginary radio friend. Makes me think of yesterday's GTDS picture.
  2:37pm G:

@Gaylord: That was a different Danny. REDRUM!
  2:37pm Danne D:

@Gaylord LOL - I have enough fillings to get radio reception, sadly.

In my time around FMU I've never really had an inkling to have a show and Amanda makes that all the much more unnecessary as she plays so much stuff I probably would.
  2:38pm Danne D:

For example this is certainly my favorite ELO song.
  2:38pm kat330:

@Carm: Seriously? I had thought it was an old standard, like "Down By the Old Mill Stream". That title is a bit common, so wonder if it's the same one I'm thinking of and DQE sang. Half expect it to be in Neil Young's new record. ;)
  2:42pm kat330:

My search led me to this Isaac Asimov use of the lyrics: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/show/54414
  2:42pm Matt from Springfield:

  2:42pm northguineahills:

  2:42pm Carmichael:

@kat: You may be right. Hold on ...
  2:42pm Brian in UK:

Cracking show Amanda.

I'm guessing Mrs JS was kept in overnight for observation. Rest and caring are the orders of the day.
  2:42pm kat330:

Woody! Speaking of the great American songbook!
  2:44pm Gaylord Fields:

@Carmichael: Completely different song, the Norman Fox "Tell Me Why," later covered by the Belmonts. The DQE song is a traditional song.
  2:46pm kat330:

@Gaylord: OK, that's what I thought, and probably public domain then.
  2:48pm Van in DC:

Glad you got the Mazzy Star in Amanda :)
  2:48pm Gaylord Fields:

@kat330: Definitely a P.D. song, and as old as the hills (and the people who inhabited them).
  2:49pm P.D.:

ASCAP, eat your heart out.
  2:50pm Carmichael:

@kat & Gaylord: Yep, different song. The DQE song is referred to as "a traditional lullaby", though not where I come from.
  2:51pm Gaylord Fields:

My three-step plan:
Step 1: Change initials to "P.D."
Step 2: ???
Step 3: PROFIT!
  2:52pm kat330:

Well, my people are longtime hill people, so guess that's why I was taught it. :)
  2:52pm ASCAP:

@Gaylord: We have an extremely high-level committee working on that.
  2:52pm Gaylord Fields:

People will be calling me "Paylord Deals" afterward, so I may as well make it official.
  2:53pm Gaylord Fields:

What arguments, Amanda? This is a lovefest!
  2:53pm kat330:

First step is to collect royalties from Mr. Young, eh?
  2:54pm ASCAP:

As long as the income stream is trending correctly, we LOVE everyone :)
  2:56pm Danne D:

If you do change your name to P.D., Gaylord, just make sure the University of Texas doesn't file the paperwork:
  2:56pm Danne D:

Thanks for all of your wonderful radio Amanda :)
Take care everyone!
  2:56pm kat330:

Super 3 hours of AmNazia! Next week!
  2:57pm Van in DC:

Enjoyed it, thanks Amanda!
  2:57pm G:

As amnazing as always!
  2:58pm northguineahills:

Crackin' set!
  2:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Great show Amanda! Good choice to go out on!
  2:58pm Gaylord Fields:

@Danne D: It makes its own jokes. I cannot improve on it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Amanda:

Please will you all just stop FIGHTING!?!? (sobs)

Thanks so much, everybody, and talk to you soon! <3
  3:00pm Danne D:

@Gaylord I believe you can improve anything! Have a great day, sir.
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