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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
  Oh! You Pretty Things           sung by me  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Pogues  Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah   Options   Island  1988  12"    0:03:46 (Pop‑up)
The Rats  The Rats Revenge (Pt. 1)   Options   Norton  2002  7"    0:06:25 (Pop‑up)
GST Cardinals  Born to Lose   Options The Split (Split EP with The Fades)      CD    0:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Jay Reatard  Tiny Home   Options           0:12:43 (Pop‑up)
The Fuzztones  Garden of My Mind   Options Horny As Hell  No Fun  2009  CD    0:14:32 (Pop‑up)
Jesse Hector  Outa My Brain   Options Gorilla Garage: The Jesse Hector Story  RPM    CD    0:16:56 (Pop‑up)
Richard Lloyd  Get Off My Cloud   Options           0:20:58 (Pop‑up)
The Puppies  Mechanical Beat   Options   Stiff  1981  7"    0:35:48 (Pop‑up)
Lene Lovich  Joan   Options   Stiff  1979  7"    0:38:26 (Pop‑up)
The Belle Stars  Sign of the Times (extended mix)   Options   Stiff/WB  1982  12"    0:41:43 (Pop‑up)
Predator Prey  Black Ships   Options   Avant-God  2012?  7"    0:47:20 (Pop‑up)
The Triffids  Bury Me Deep in Love (demo)   Options Calenture (reissue)  Mushroom  orig 1997  CD    0:52:04 (Pop‑up)
The Vogues  No, Not Much   Options   Reprise  1966  7"    0:56:17 (Pop‑up)
Six Finger Satellite  Shimkus Yell   Options s/t  Sub Pop  1991  CD    1:11:04 (Pop‑up)
Cursive  The Great Decay   Options Burst and Bloom  Saddle Creek  2001  CD    1:15:18 (Pop‑up)
Figures of Light  Nothing To Do   Options Smash Hits  Norton  2008  CD    1:19:03 (Pop‑up)
The Duke Spirit  The Step and the Walk (live)   Options           1:21:11 (Pop‑up)
Blue Cheer  I Want My Baby Back   Options New! Improved!  Akarma  orig 1969  CD    1:24:48 (Pop‑up)
Dwarves  Blag the Ripper   Options Thank Heaven for Little Girls  Sub Pop  1992  CD    1:27:29 (Pop‑up)
Graham Coxon  Bittersweet Bundle of Misery   Options Happiness in Magazines  Parlophone  2004  CD    1:29:53 (Pop‑up)
Blur  Coffee and TV   Options     1999      1:34:40 (Pop‑up)
The Records  Hearts in Her Eyes (live)   Options           1:52:07 (Pop‑up)
Tom Jones  If I Had You   Options   Parrot    7"    1:55:17 (Pop‑up)
DJ Andy Smith + Peggy Lee  (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay   Options           1:57:55 (Pop‑up)
Lulu  The Boat That I Row   Options     1968      2:00:04 (Pop‑up)
Cat Stevens  Here Comes My Baby   Options     1967      2:02:40 (Pop‑up)
Red Planet Rocketts  Tick Tock   Options   Sympathy for the Record Industry  1990  7"    2:05:44 (Pop‑up)
The Cynics  Baby What's Wrong (live)   Options   Impossible  1993  7"    2:07:22 (Pop‑up)
Suzi Quatro  48 Crash   Options     1973      2:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Mission of Burma  Laugh The World Away   Options Vs.  Rykodisc  orig 1982  CD    2:13:58 (Pop‑up)
Eddie Peabody  My Buddy   Options     1958      2:29:45 (Pop‑up)
George Jones  Tall, Tall Trees   Options     1958      2:31:47 (Pop‑up)
Sondre Lerche and the Faces Down Quartet  Human Hands   Options           2:34:24 (Pop‑up)
Geoff Farina  Already Told You   Options Already Told You EP  Southern Records  2005  CD    2:36:46 (Pop‑up)
Archer Prewitt  Way of the Sun   Options Wilderness  Thrill Jockey  2004  CD    2:40:25 (Pop‑up)
Tobin Sprout  Lucifer's Flaming Hour   Options Let's Welcome The Circus People  Egg  1999  CD    2:45:02 (Pop‑up)
Jesse Fuller  Stranger's Blues   Options Frisco Bound  Arhoolie  1991 (comp)  CD    2:48:21 (Pop‑up)
Billy Bragg  The Tatler   Options Reaching to the Converted    1999 (comp)  CD    2:52:47 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am Amanda:

Good afternoon, listener! I hope everything is well with you, whoever and wherever you are.
  11:57am listener james from westwood:

happy wednesday amanda! things are cool amid the july heat, work is percolating along nicely, and it's lunch and scenario time!!
  11:59am Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Amanda!
  12:02pm listener james from westwood:

are we leading with a singalong?! awesome!
  12:03pm Doug S.:

What a brilliant kick-off! Singing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm Amanda:

Hey James and Alf! Hope everyone else sang if only just a little bit.
  12:08pm Dervish:

Singing along is mandatory.
  12:13pm SteveL:

Wednesdays are nearly perfect radio days. Ken/Amanda/efd.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm Amanda:

You'd mention me in the same breath as those men? Chuffed to say the least.
  12:18pm Dan in Seattle:

It is they who are chuffed to share the day w/you!
  12:19pm SteveL:

I also, am chuffed at your chuffed-ness. WFMU, as a whole, is the only media that I adjust my schedule for.
  12:22pm Chuffington Post:

What's all this chuffing about?
  12:26pm Hilary Chuff:

Did someone call my name?
  12:26pm listener james from westwood:

doug s in the house!
  12:29pm Artie:

Double Drummersomeness!!
  12:30pm listener james from westwood:

hearing 2 djs makes me want to start donating to the station.
  12:30pm Michele:

I like the singing! Hi Amanda!
  12:31pm Brian in UK:

Hey lets do up a London Transport bus and drive it to Athens & have adventures on the way. What do you say, Cliff? Is that the Shadows.

Have you heard The New Quirks have reformed?
  12:32pm Artie:

When Doug sings, the phones will ring. Fundraising Gold!!
  12:34pm listener james from westwood:

terrific news on the writing front, amanda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm Amanda:

Yay, thanks James! And thanks Michele! :-) Hi Brian!
  12:40pm SteveL:

All Stiff! All the time!
  12:41pm Van in DC:

Little late, had to let the sun shine in :) Hi Amanda, Doug, GTDR streamers
  12:43pm listener james from westwood:

my family was heavily into blue crabs. they'd either catch them or buy them live down on city island.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm Amanda:

Blue crabs are no joke
  12:46pm Doug S.:

My not singing is worth bounteous pledges. Like the guy on the 3 Train who plays the saxophone from Mars. When he stops, everyone gives him some change.
  12:47pm Hugo:

I love all this talk about seafood. Never lived anywhere but by the sea myself.
  12:48pm listener james from westwood:

true that re blues. they put the crab-bag in the back seat with me on one return trip from city island, and they tipped it over and came at me. this i needed as a 4-year-old. like a friggin' lovecraft story.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Amanda:

Hey Van -- you're *fashionably* late, so don't worry. @Hugo -- LUCKY! (Manhattan doesn't count as by the sea.)
  12:49pm Doug S.:

Van is on the magic carpet, too!
  12:49pm Artie:

Starting, stopping, it all spends. Hand-lining blue crabs off a dock w/ string and hot dog bits is a rollicking good time. Getting the little fellers up on the dock is only the beginning. Fun for all ages.
  12:52pm Hugo:

On that score, maybe Bergen doesn't count as by the sea. Some outer islands before you fit the North Sea properly.
  1:02pm Van in DC:

Well, one thing that changed is Amanda being there, is that right...? :)
  1:04pm Van in DC:

Actually, I wasn't here either, last time Doug was there! I'm still such a newbie here.
  1:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh man! "Oh! You Pretty Things" sung along to! That's something to go back and listen to!

Amanda! Doug! Everyone!
  1:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Amanda's regular NYT column: "Tunes from the Dogwalker"
  1:08pm Van in DC:

I'm with you Matt, I missed it too!
  1:09pm SteveL:

Former cat provider. Currently a dual dog provider. Dogs FTW.
  1:10pm Van in DC:

Did ya'll just invent a new religion? Or philosophy? Or something? :)
  1:10pm SteveL:

Way to pick a cat fight Doug S!
  1:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Cats, more importantly, all have the same "look" -- they are such an "empty vessel" to put your thoughts into, whereas the wider range of emotions dogs display suggests a more definitive message.

Similar to this:
  1:12pm Doug S.:

The golden rule of talk radio is to pick a polarizing issue and then pick a fight. Meow!
  1:13pm Van in DC:

Well, that video of the puppy chasing the crab recently was cute :)
  1:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Also: Stiff Records rocks! Did you buy The Big Stiff Box Set? Most of my obscure tracks from Stiff come from a parent album titled that.
  1:14pm Hugo:

Puppies? Got three cats in the house. Ours and the neighbours'. Must be a cat vibe about the place, I'm sure. And they're all highly different personalities! Mjaauuu!
  1:16pm Doug S.:

We have three cats in our house, too, but my fellow two-footers have been after me to get a dog for years. I am the killjoy. Of course, if Amanda would agree to come walk the dog, well that would be another story.
  1:18pm Hugo:

Re. Stiff: This was a good one:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm Amanda:

Hugo and Van, the one I got was this one: www.amazon.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm Amanda:

You're welcome for the longest URL in the history of Earth
  1:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Thank YOU, Amanda!
That's it, that's the one! I was introduced to Lene Lovich through that box set. The Members too.
  1:24pm northguineahills:

I had a gf a decade ago who was really into Cursive. She gave me their recs before we broke up as her music tastes were changing. Of course, I'm thinking, "Cool, free records!" I'm glad I took them.
  1:24pm Hugo:

All the two-footers in the house are unanimous in their cat preference. The neigbours' dogs are slightly wary of the cats in the area. Wimps!
  1:25pm ndbob:

afternoon Amanda and everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Amanda:

@northguineahills -- nice consolation prize! And hiya ndbob!
  1:27pm Brian in UK:

If it ain't Stiff ............

Hugo Hands across the North Sea. Bleedin' freezin'.

Dogs seek gratification. Cats couldn't give a fuck.
  1:27pm Everyone:

Hi ndbob!
  1:27pm Hugo:

Amanda: Some good ones in that set. Watch out for "Cincinnati Fatback" by Roogalator on the first cd. I remember that one from the early days of Stiff. A forgotten gem!
  1:28pm Brian in UK:

Hi Everyone.
  1:29pm Brian in UK:

Was it Rachel Sweet that is on TV now?
  1:30pm Brian in UK:

The poor girl must have been boggled by that UK in tour with those vandals around '79.
  1:33pm carmichael:

Stellar setlist, Amanda. I'm in a multi-day meeting, bored out of my skull. No can hear. Must find a way to listen later.
  1:33pm Anchovy Paste:

Dug that Blue Cheer track a few back.
  1:33pm Hugo:

@Brian: Rainy and coldish over here, too. The Noo Joisey folks have grabbed the summer, me thinks.
  1:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Graham Coxon's outta sight!
  1:35pm northguineahills:

I thought I read somewhere that Graham Coxon is really into Pauline Oliveros.
  1:36pm Brian in UK:

Carmichael, texting under the desk like skool.

Too right Hugo. You know that Stiff tour as I remember was undertaken by train. Went to places like Wick in the far north of Scotland.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Amanda:

Much obliged, Anchovy Paste! Carmichael -- this is a common/annoying problem, but I'm flattered that you checked in to say hi.
  1:37pm Parq:

Checking in from the mountain peaks, Miss 'Manda. Blur and tall pines make for a great combination.
  1:39pm Brian in UK:

Amanda, what's you take on the new Blur 'Under the Westway'?
  1:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Sounds like quite the view, National Parq!
  1:40pm SteveL:

I hear Doug's comp!!
  1:48pm Matt from Springfield:

The Wonderful World of GTDR! A fine contribution you've both made to this wonderful, ever-growing stream!
  1:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Miscues! Wrong speeds!
  1:51pm Brian in UK:

You cannot have 'up' without 'down'. 'Good' without 'bad' etc. That's the way the world goes round.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:53pm Amanda:

Brian in UK, I haven't heard it yet. Too busy going nowhere and doing nothing.
  1:54pm Matt from Springfield:

I was just recently listening to the crossover episode you did with Kurt Gottschalk--you played THIS, and sang it a capella too!! And here you are hosting again with another DJ and playing it!
  1:55pm DaveB:

"Hearts in Her Eyes" -- love this tune. Used to play it (& The Searchers version) all the time when I was a college DJ. Um, a very long time ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm Amanda:

Excellent, DaveB! I love the Records version just as much...
  1:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Energetic live version!!
Since it was a Searchers song, does it say if Jackie DeShannon wrote that?
  2:00pm ndbob:

Peggy Lee grew up around here.. I've met people who knew her when she was very young
  2:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Great delivery from Lulu! Great backing track too!
  2:02pm Hugo:

Lulu! That takes me back a while!
  2:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Original composer of this song.
  2:09pm Hugo:

Yes, Peggy Lee, of Scandinavian extraction, out of North Dakota. Those early sides with Benny Goodman, heavenly ...
  2:12pm Matt from Springfield:

The Cynics had a great song, but my, I love Suzi Quatro!
  2:12pm Doug S.:

Norma Deloris Egstrom (Peggy Lee) from Jamestown, ND.
  2:14pm SteveL:

Unleashing the beast of bass!!
  2:16pm Matt from Springfield:

I looked up what "48 Crash" is supposed to mean--apparently it refers to old age sneaking up and crashing into you (a "48" crash)
  2:18pm ndbob:

I need to go.. excellent show Amanda!.. I'll catch the rest later.
  2:20pm listener james from westwood:

back from my wednesday meeting, but had the show going reeeeeal quiet in the background. i think it made for a swifter consensus.
  2:20pm Van in DC:

Well Ken took a live phone down with him to bake more records not long ago :)
  2:20pm ndbob:

@Doug... though Peggy actually grew up about 25 miles from here in Wimbledon, in spite of the LP title... as I was frequently reminded of when I moved here
  2:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh wow! TY Amanda!
It has such a Searchers feel, I assumed it was a cover of a mid 60s Searchers song; but a 70s comeback one, written by the Records themselves! No wonder they play it so damn great!

Will Burch-John Wicks
  2:24pm Matt from Springfield:

@Amanda: Didn't need to rephrase all of that, BUT now your wisdom is Google-searchable! :)
  2:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Mobile Nazario Scenario! Here's to one day doing that!
  2:26pm Danne D:

Yay Amanda :)
  2:30pm listener james from westwood:

take your stinkin' paws off my radio, you damn dirty fcc!
  2:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay Pigeon snippet: "NO!!"
  2:32pm Hugo:

Sympathy for the Record Industry is one of those great record label names. Secretly Canadian is another. Any more?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:35pm Amanda:

I always kinda liked "Three Beads of Sweat."
  2:36pm Danne D:

This is very nice :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm Amanda:

Glad you enjoy.
  2:49pm Doug S.:

Don't forget to tune in to the Drummer Stream tomorrow at noon for another installment of Busy Doing Nothing with Charlie Lewis.

Immediately following Nazario Scenario, the stream will serve up these fine audio artisans:

Nature Boy Brown
Rev. Lonnie Farris
Elder Roma Wilson
Alexander & the Backstage Boys
Alan Shorter
Moondog & the London Saxophonic
Gloria Matancera
Joe Cain
Ted Boy Marino
Meic Stevens
Jim White
Byrd Moore
Ted Gossett's Band
Oscar L. Coffey
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  2:50pm Hugo:

How about Crippled Dick Hot Wax! Their latest is Kamasutra ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm Amanda:

I guess that's more or less appropriate.
  2:53pm northguineahills:

@ Hugo: Crippled Dick Hot Wax Recs?
  2:54pm northguineahills:

damn, it, you beat me to it Hugo!
  2:55pm Phalic manners monitor:

I find this conversation uncomfortable.
  2:55pm listener james from westwood:

most lovely to have the both of you together on the air. thanks, amanda and safe travels, doug!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm Amanda:

I saw Phallic Manners Monitor back in '88
  2:58pm Danne D:

Thanks for a great show Amanda :) you're always awesome
  2:58pm Hugo:

@Doug: Don't forget to bring that Roswell Rudd record on a suitable portable listening device.
  2:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Marvelous show! Always glad to hear both of you, so why not together once in a blue moon!
Have a great day, all!
  2:59pm Van in DC:

Enjoyed what I made it in time for, thank you Amanda. Was a pleasure to have Doug along for the ride as well

Doug: recharge, have fun, tune out, leave your cell phone, safe travels to you. HURRY BACK! :) (gives me a chance to rummage again through the archives though)
  3:00pm SteveL:

PMM opened for Human Sexual Response's reunion tour, I'll bet.
  3:02pm Danne D:

Glad to hear you on in Jerseyphonic sound Doug :)
  3:04pm Amanda:

Thank you, thank you, and thank YOU! See you guys next week.
  3:04pm Doug S.:

Thanks DD! Great to hear your clickety-clackety!
  3:43pm Brian in UK:

I know I'm late, had to cook dinner. The Cat Stevens was my first LP bought with my paper round money in '67. Still sounds good today, better than than faux folk stuff in the 70's.
Your're Top of the Pops.
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