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Options December 12, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Sweet Stuff  Freaky (to you) PUTS re-edit   Options California Soul  Ubiquity  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Esther Phillips  Boy I really tied one on   Options Capricorn Princess  KUDU  0:04:37 (Pop‑up)
Hiatus Kaiyote  Mobius Streak   Options Tawk Tomahawk  Bandcamp  0:09:08 (Pop‑up)
Ultramagnetic MCs   1 2 1 2   Options Four Horsemen  Wild Pitch  0:14:11 (Pop‑up)
Lianne La Havas  Only Girl in the world (Rihanna cover)   Options     0:16:44 (Pop‑up)
Mark Capanni  I believe in Miracles   Options 7"  Jazzman  0:21:18 (Pop‑up)
Adrian Younge  1969 Organ   Options 7"  wax Poetics  0:23:20 (Pop‑up)
Usha Khanna  Tere Jaisa Pyara Koi Nahin (Hotel Song)   Options Hotel (OST)  EMI India  0:28:01 (Pop‑up)
DJ Nature  tacky stuff (They're all caught up)   Options Return of the Savage  Golf Channel  0:40:41 (Pop‑up)
Wild Nothing  Paradise   Options Nocturne  Mexican Summer  0:46:07 (Pop‑up)
Tamaryn  While you're sleeping, I'm dreaming   Options Tender New Signs  Mexican Summer  0:51:28 (Pop‑up)
House Of Love  Christine (A 4am Remix)   Options   soundcloud  0:55:22 (Pop‑up)
Bear in Heaven  Reflection of You   Options I Love you its cool  Dead Oceans  0:59:12 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Deshannon  Didn't want to have to do it   Options Keep Me in my mind Volume 3  Ace  1:04:59 (Pop‑up)
Jessica Pratt  Night Faces   Options S/T  Birth  1:08:30 (Pop‑up)
Adriane Younge feat. The Delfonics  Stop and Look   Options   unreleased  1:11:14 (Pop‑up)
Ray Stinnet  Long Rivers Flo   Options A Fire Somewhere  Light in the Attic  1:14:14 (Pop‑up)
Can   Millionenspiel   Options The Lost Tapes  United Artists  1:17:12 (Pop‑up)
Ohio Express  Sausalito   Options 7"  Buddah  1:19:25 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Hutton  Lend a Hand   Options Piece of the Action  ABC  1:27:45 (Pop‑up)
Yan Wagner  The Only one (Feat. Etienne Daho)   Options Forty Eight Hours  Pschent  1:30:56 (Pop‑up)
Medlar  Terrel   Options 12"  Wolf Music  1:34:37 (Pop‑up)
Evan's Pyramid  Never gonna leave you   Options 12"  FUNK  1:40:12 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Sahuleka  Tears for the Superstars   Options Sunbeam  Polydor  1:44:47 (Pop‑up)
Virtual Boy  Mass (Young Montana? remix)   Options Symphony No.None B-Sides  Alpha Pup  1:48:14 (Pop‑up)
Fantastic Mr. Fox feat. Alby Daniels  Pascals Chorus   Options San'en ep  Black Acre  1:54:53 (Pop‑up)
Daley  Climax (Usher Cover)   Options     2:01:04 (Pop‑up)
Benny Betrayer  Sometimes (MBV Cover)   Options     2:05:55 (Pop‑up)
Prince  I can't love U anymore   Options   unreleased  2:10:47 (Pop‑up)
Lindstrom  All I Want is a quiet place to live (Todd Rundgren Remix)   Options 12"  white label  2:22:16 (Pop‑up)
33hz  Under the sun (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)   Options 12"  Dither Down  2:29:57 (Pop‑up)
Carole King  So Goes Love   Options Demos  Universal  2:42:24 (Pop‑up)
Dan Penn  Strangest Feeling   Options The Fame Recordings  Ace  2:44:54 (Pop‑up)
The Stepkids  I feel free (Cream cover)   Options     2:47:35 (Pop‑up)
Quakers  Fitta Happier feat Med & Guilty Simpson   Options S/T  Now Again/Stones Throw  2:50:35 (Pop‑up)
Tino Contreras  Marcha De Los Dioses   Options Fetén: Rare Jazz Recordings from Spain 1961-1974 (V/A)  Vampisoul  2:53:13 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:07pm Cecile:

hola, all!
  12:07pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Greetings from up the river just a bit...
  12:08pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

KUDU Esther!
  12:08pm Duane:

Hello Everyone! Happy Hump day!
  12:09pm Cecile:

wow, this is a harsh song. I wonder if it hit home in a way with Esther.
  12:12pm Matt from Springfield:

12:12:12 on 12/12/12!
  12:13pm Twelve Monkeys:

Hey-o! Just had to drop by to celebrate 12/12/2012 at 12:12 pm EST (hopefully that will be the time stamp). See ya on 12/12/2112 at 12:12 am!
  12:13pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Oh, Esther's songs from her KUDU period could be brutally honest in their way...
  12:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Glad to celebrate with you, Twelve Monkeys! See ya then! :)
  12:14pm Cecile:

Jan, so this song wasn't a fluke?
  12:16pm Droll:

This Hiatus Kaiyote is achingly beautiful.
  12:17pm Caryn:

Hello all! Nice to have a playlist I can actually follow.
  12:17pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Now Duane, where the hell diid i just hear this? ;)
  12:18pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Cecile, not sure what you mean, she obviously was in the song choices...?
  12:18pm still b/p:

What A Difference A Day Makes was my intro to Esther in the 70s. Let's hope that, at least sometimes, she found reason to summon some of that outlook after tying one...or two..on.
  12:19pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

*in on the song choices
  12:20pm Cecile:

I mean, this dark song wasn't the only dark one she did during this time.

OK, This is way better than Rihanna. I love her dance tracks, but her singing is weak.
  12:22pm Eli:

For twooooo
  12:23pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

No, she did quite a number...
  12:24pm pierre:

Bonsoir Duane.
@Matt form Springfield : you severly nailed this !! well done mon ami !
  12:26pm Duane:

Hi Pierre!
  12:26pm Duane:

What's up Eli??
  12:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Merci pierre!
I have a thing about special dates (like "binary" dates last year--11/11/11 etc), wanted to chime in close to the exact moment! My office has been made well aware of the exact second as well! :)
  12:28pm Eli:

Yooooooo Duane! All is well, loving the tunes this AM
  12:31pm Caryn:

@Matt: they just had a little puff piece on the news about a girl who turned 12 today. Not only that, but she was born at 12:12. Nice!
  12:31pm pierre:

@ Matt from Sringfield : I'm sure It was :)
  12:34pm Cecile:

I hope the Boredoms are playing somewhere today.
  12:35pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Name dropper!
  12:36pm Cecile:

I am wearing a Michael Kors shirtdress today. He is one of the few designers who makes nice +sized clothes.
  12:37pm Ike:

Favorite new shoegaze-type songs of the year, maybe?

Loved that Adrian Younge track.
  12:47pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Nice, very nice
  12:47pm Cecile:

hrm. Not so much new stuff.
I liked the Can outtakes box, the J5 box, hrm, this Kenny Larkin box set download from emusic.

I guess I listen to a lot of Captain Beefheart, Sly and 'fmu.
  12:48pm Cecile:

I liked what Corduroy Mavericks sets I could find to download.
  12:48pm Eli:

I like this.
  12:50pm Cheri Pi:

Hey Duane! Hey Cecile, you were missed yesterday during BT's apocalyptical show. I even give you a shout out.
  12:52pm Cecile:

aw, sorry. It was my last day of class, and I was frantically trying to camouflage some crap that got stuck on my artwork.
  12:53pm Cecile:

who's the Satan guy? He was pretty cute.
Man, I will have to listen to that show. Looks like some PRIMO doom on there.
  12:54pm Cheri Pi:

it was insane, I plan on listening for at least 4 more times today.
  12:55pm Cecile:

  12:56pm Cheri Pi:

But not during Duane's show :)
  12:56pm Eli:

New shoegaze records should be categorized as "Nu-Shooz"
  12:57pm Cecile:

of course not.
(during Irwin's.)
  12:57pm Nate K:

Favorite rocker?
  12:57pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Ha! Eli!
  12:57pm Cecile:

Eli, good one.
  12:57pm Cecile:

4 am is pretty great.
  12:58pm Duane:

Eli! Good One My Friend..Good One!!
4AM: Best remix soundcloud page!
  1:00pm Cecile:

when he was on Billy Jam's show, he sent me some links to some of his mashups. Great stuff.
  1:00pm Cheri Pi:

  1:02pm Ike:

Great set, thanks!
  1:02pm Cecile:

the spawn of Al Stewart and Todd Rundgren?
  1:02pm Eli:

Thanks, gang! What's the link to 4am's page? So many things come up on Soundcloud
  1:03pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

just go to soundcloud and do a search with the track title, i found it...
  1:04pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

& downloaded it...
  1:06pm Cecile:

I gotta grab lunch & go to a meeting.
Have a great rest of the show, everyone!
  1:07pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Have a lovely meeting...
  1:11pm BSI:

'sup with ya'll various bad mofos & such? what?
  1:14pm Cheri Pi:

Oh Hey BSI- being groovy w/Duane and pals and such...
  1:16pm pierre:

@ BSI : what ? :D no i know, i'm good, i'm with white wine now
  1:17pm kata:

good morning ! oh so late..
  1:18pm BSI:

Pierre! Cheri! Cecile! Duane! Ike! Damned-near everyone!
  1:19pm Matt from Springfield:

S-u-p, B-S-I!
Bad mofos are gettin' by fine, the such are doin' slightly finer.
  1:19pm Caryn:

@BSI: eating dinner and trying to think of any new music I've listened to this year.
  1:20pm Cheri Pi:

Hey these Lost tapes are coming out on vinyl and their mine when they doo (insert evil laughter)
  1:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn 12:31: That's pretty cool. Good planning on the parents part; 12/12/00 may not seem like much at the time, but 12 years later!

And hey kata!
  1:22pm kata:

that was Can ? woah. I never would have guessed ~
  1:23pm steve:

yeah that can track was nasty, in a good way
  1:24pm efd:

That is now my #2 favorite song with "Sausalito" in the title!
  1:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Special birthdays in Scandanavia always bring me back to the Swedish leap day birthday siblings. My brother has the same birthdate as me, but two years younger, so I've always been interested in other such examples. I couldn't find a record for the most siblings with the same birthdate, but the most interesting example I've found are the Swedish siblings all born on Feb 29--in 1960, '64 and '68!

There's a website focused on Leap Day birthdays with tons of (unverified) stories of siblings born on diff Leap Days. But the above story is Guinness verified.
  1:25pm Eric:

Sausalito is in Marin county
  1:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@efd: I think Joe McG's played that Ohio Express cut before, it's one of their best!
(Is Smokey & His Sister the #1 "Sausalito" song for you? :)
  1:28pm BSI:

Cheri: True enough, Lost Tapes on vinyl. I just picked up mine last week (I had withheld the urge to get the CDs all this time, hoping vinyl would happen) ... and lo, it is gorgeous. 5 LPs on 180g vinyl, booklet, box, perpetual malcolm streetcar, etc...
  1:28pm Caryn:

I now have an urge to go to Sausalito!

@Matt: the only Leap Year birthdays story I can remember is one I read from the Guinness Book of World Records. A family with 4 kids, all born on Leap Day, all 4 years apart.
  1:29pm efd:

@Matt My #1 "Sausalito" song is "Sausalito Summer Nights" by Diesel.
  1:30pm Cheri Pi:

I'm so jealous BSI I ciould spit venom. I ordered mine through my local shop, I hope it gets here soon!!!
  1:31pm kata:

I hate to post a link on the playlist, but this is my guilty pleasure right now, heavily repeated all week:
  1:32pm kata:

actually not guilty, I love thai molam pop and I'm not ashamed about it!
  1:32pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

will look at it later, listening to Duane atm ;)
  1:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@efd: Listening now, that's a cool one, just your style!

Related videos: Jay Ferguson - Shakedown Cruise, Chilliwack - My Girl, Split Enz - I Got You, Nick Lowe - Cruel To Be Kind, etc... :)
  1:32pm blake:

ooh this is a banger
  1:34pm pierre:

Etienne !

(I would recognize his (non)voice between many others)
  1:35pm Caryn:

I'm pathetic at saying what my fave new music of any year is, because I hardly ever buy music when it comes out. I wait years until I can get it cheap. I'm sure there's tons of new stuff I've heard on WFMU this year, but I couldn't tell you whether a track came out this year. (e.g. Is this Yan Wagner new? Can't remember, but know I want to get it some day.) Managed to buy one new album from a local band this year. That was good. What I've heard of the J5 box, the new Jimmy Cliff or the new Scott Walker album have been good, but who knows if I'll like the whole things once I get my hands on them.
  1:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: I think that's the same one, it's 3 in the years I mentioned, although it says from "Norway's Henriksen family". I also once found a website with user submitted stories, including twins/triplets and 3-4 separate siblings born on Feb 29, but those aren't verified.
  1:36pm efd:

@Matt stop listening to that and get back to listening to Duane! :) Those related videos sound about right.
  1:37pm steve:

i have a list of favorite 70s-80s songs Duane introduced me to this year!
  1:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@efd: Oh, I just turned Duane down to get a 1 min preview and have long since returned, full attention. After all I know a good thing, y'know! :)
  1:40pm pierre:

One of my personal favorite of this year was (in no particular order) :

— Woo
— The Clean Odditties
— Mind Spiders
— Plus instrument
— The U.V. Race
and the last but not least:

+ records (oldies) found on garage sale,
based on the good advice of BSI.
  1:40pm kTTTTTtt:

that was a flawless transition whoaa
  1:40pm Caryn:

I have a list of fave tracks I've listened to on youtube this year.
  1:41pm Duane:

Caryn! I'd be interested in checkin out that youtube list!
  1:42pm steve:

yes! never gonna leave you - among the top 70s songs i heard for the first time i heard this year
  1:43pm BSI:

whoa, heck, thanks Pierre!
  1:43pm Caryn:

@Duane: I can e-mail you some links.
  1:44pm pierre:

@Duane : ooh and that "Lisa" track you played (by Prince) is also well placed on my top tracks

@BSI : thanks to you !
  1:45pm Duane:

Do that Caryn:)
Thanx Pierre. Any more Obscure Prince things i've found to recommend that FMU listener?
  1:45pm Cheri Pi:

My best of list is going to be pages long. Must drink beer and work on editing it tonight.
  1:49pm pierre:

@Cheri Pi : i'd love to have a peek at that when it's done :)

@Duane : You know those more than I do, I'd trust you can reccomend them better (I might have missed something here…)
  1:50pm kata:

@Pierre: "Neon Telephone" from Duan'es 11/7 playlist ~
  1:51pm BSI:

If I had a list, that Can collection would be way beyond no.1. Quite often a new release is "impressive" or whatever, but THAT thing is just jaw-droppingly, mesmerizingly beyond mega. I'm not sure I've ever been so aggressively astounded by a new listen since the first time I heard Space Ritual Live, millions of years ago.
  1:52pm kata:

loving this set today Duane ! dreamy !
  1:53pm Carmichael:

Hiya Duane. Hey everyone.
  1:53pm kTTTTTtt:

whoa super great set today!!!
  1:54pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Prince: so high, lisa, I can't stop this feeling I got, kiss (acoustic), Come (unreleased version), empty room, our destiny, neon telephone, old friends 4 sale, all my dreams, crystal ball (unreleased version), u got the look (prince & miles version)
  1:55pm Duane:

Thanx Guys! Keep the lists coming..great stuff on there!
  1:56pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Oh yeah, that's all unreleased Prince
  1:56pm pierre:

@Duane : that track you played, "the Beat", by Lou Johnsson, is pretty fantastique too.

@Kata : thanks, I'll bookmark it.
  1:57pm Duane:

Hey Carmichael
  1:57pm luca:

@duane: loving your set so much...
  1:58pm Duane:

thanx luca!
  2:00pm Ike:

I can't make a real "best of the year" list because I burn through most things so quickly. Lately I'm enjoying Toy, Chromatics, Bat for Lashes, 2:54, Morpheme, Mohn, Leyland Kirby, Andy Stott, Outer Space, Kitten... but I'll probably be sick of most of this stuff in three weeks.
  2:04pm Duane:

This is my guilty pleasure by the way...HAHAHA
  2:05pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

No guilt, it's purdy...
  2:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Great covers, Duane!
  2:12pm Jennique:

Nice acoustics Duane.
  2:12pm Droll:

Great MBV cover, too bad Benny Betrayer doesn't even exist according to Google or YT...
  2:13pm Duane:

Drol: He's on youtube Droll
  2:14pm Duane:

under Betrayer I think
  2:14pm Matt from Springfield:

WHOA! Unreleased *Prince* demo! I knew he has a great vocal range but WOW! I truly did not see this coming!
  2:29pm steve:

i... still cant believe this remix.
speaking of scandinavian dance music - my votes for best dance song of the year - Todd Terje - Inspector Norse / best dance album - Prins Thomas - ii
  2:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Todd kicks ass! He should do more electronica remixes, he brings that nice layered 80s touch to it.
  2:31pm Duane:

Inspector Norse is Great Steve!
  2:37pm steve:

best song Duane played this year which i'd heard and loved but never knew what it was - Got You Dancin by Karisma / best extended 12" Duane played that I loved on an album but didn't know had a 12 - whatever that song was with the female vocals from Snakecharmer
  2:39pm Duane:

Thanx Steve!
  2:40pm steve:

completely agree Matt. i think the scandinavians are some of the only ones doing justice to disco type music these days.
  2:41pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

this is great
  2:43pm steve:

ok last one - favorite WFMU specials of the year - Duane's Walter Gibbons special and efd's Disco Indepen-Dance
  2:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@steve: Dance remixes are in their blood, I guess!
Speaking of which, ever hear of Finnish group Pepe Deluxe? They've made some great dance music, both disco and chill over the past decade.
  2:46pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

yes, King's demo album was quite nice...
  2:46pm Denise in DC:

Carole King!
  2:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Carole always works out! With Irwin off it's good to know Duane's playing her demos! ;)
Isn't this demo for a Monkees song?
  2:46pm Denise in DC:

I love hearing old Carole King stuff for the first time. Her voice is so unmistakable.
  2:47pm Denise in DC:

Irwin's off?
  2:47pm Duane:

Yeah..this Demos release was a huge 2012 highlight for me. Yeah Matt It was a Monkees demo.RIP Davy J!
  2:49pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Not from this year by any means, but the Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham live album "Moments From This Theatre" is pretty good
  2:50pm pierre:

I'm walking in the streets right now. And I've just favorited this song on my app
  2:50pm steve:

Matt i dont think ive heard anything overtly disco related from Pepe Deluxe... i thought they had more of a campy 60s theme?
  2:51pm ?:

REALLY cool cover
  2:54pm steve:

  2:54pm trim hunter:

great show, huffing some hash sounds just as good
  2:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@steve: They have a lot of different styles, depending on song. There's faithful 70s soul, dance pop, disco, Latin influenced pop, and some more campy ones as well--the one that comes to mind with a sort of campy 60s theme is "Black Cadillac". But they have a lot of great stuff.
  2:57pm kata:

Duane I'm "djing" a party at my house this weekend, I'm gonna lift a few tracks from your playlist today !
  2:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Duane!
Thanks also for these amazing selections today! Another spectacular show!

Since I think The Good Doctor doesn't have comments, have a good afternoon everybody! :)
  3:00pm kata:

you're all invited btw ~
  3:00pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

great show as usual Duane
  3:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@kata: I'll start riding my bike cross country to Portland now! ;)
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