Options Circle Time with Mark R.: Playlist from October 24, 2016 Options

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Options October 24, 2016: Singles Going Steady, DJs Going Crazy

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Rolling Stones  Jumpin' Jack Flash   Options 45  London  1968  Bill Wyman (Hammond organ) b. 10/24/36    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Breston & His Delta Cats  Rocket 88   Options 45  Chess  1951      0:09:50 (Pop‑up)
John Foxx  Film One   Options 45  Virgin UK  1980      0:11:54 (Pop‑up)
Chit Chat  Don't Go   Options 45  Party Nogg  2014      0:15:58 (Pop‑up)
Gruppo Musicale de Comitato per il Salario al Lavoro Domestico di Padova  Bambini Pianificati   Options 45  Textual Records  2015      0:20:48 (Pop‑up)
Chit Chat  Don't Go   Options 45 played at 33  Party Nogg  2014  They say: "Play at 33 RPM if you wanna trip into space.    0:22:38 (Pop‑up)
Prince  Batdance (Vicki Vale Mix)   Options 12"  Warner Brothers  1989      0:25:38 (Pop‑up)
Mi Ami  Echonecho   Options 12" single  Quarterstick Records  2009      0:37:45 (Pop‑up)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs  Gold Lion (Diplo Remix)   Options CD Single  Polydor UK  2006      0:45:40 (Pop‑up)
Depeche Mode  Policy of Truth (Beat Box Remix)   Options 12" Single  Sire  1990      0:51:10 (Pop‑up)
Rolling Stones  19th Nervous Breakdown   Options   London  1966  Reached # 2 in U.S., #1 U.K    1:00:10 (Pop‑up)
Euphoria  Sweet Rain (Faze Action Remix)   Options CD Single  Six Degrees  2001      1:04:13 (Pop‑up)
Derek & The Dominoes  Tell the Truth   Options 45  Atco  1970  Produced by Phil Spector, released in August 1970 and recalled after 6 days    1:10:31 (Pop‑up)
Beatles  Revolution   Options B-side of "Hey Jude"  Apple  1968      1:13:43 (Pop‑up)
Steppenwolf  Magic Carpet Ride   Options 45  Dunhill    Jerry Edmonton (drums) b. 10/24/46 Hit #3 on the Billboard charts    1:17:10 (Pop‑up)
D Mob  They Call It Acieed (Matey Mix)   Options 12" Single  Full Frequency  1988      1:21:05 (Pop‑up)
Thelonious Monk  Four in One   Options 10" 78 RPM  Blue Note  1951  Sahib Shihab (alto Sax) d. 10/24/89    1:29:14 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:







1:40:51 (Pop‑up)
Willie Mabon  I Don't Know   Options 45  Chess  1952      1:41:15 (Pop‑up)
Beck  Mixed Bizness (Dirty Bixin' Mixness   Options CD Single  Geffen Australia  2000      1:42:56 (Pop‑up)
Basement Jaxx  Bingo Bongo (Choo Choo's Apple Jaxx Mix)   Options CD Single  XL Recordings UK  2000      1:46:00 (Pop‑up)
Earl Hooker  Frog Hop   Options 45  Argo        1:52:43 (Pop‑up)
Rolling Stones  We Love You   Options 45  London   1967  Reached #8 on UK charts but only hit #50 in US    1:59:37 (Pop‑up)
St. Germain  Rose Rouge (Blaze early shelter mix)   Options CD Single  Blue Note  2000      2:03:46 (Pop‑up)
Patsy's Rats  Burnin' Honey   Options 45  Dig!      *   2:09:42 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Danzig  Spook City USA   Options 45  Plan 9      *   2:12:32 (Pop‑up)
The Orb  Little Fluffy Clouds (Dance Mk. II)   Options CD Single  Big Life Records  1991      2:15:32 (Pop‑up)
Bo Diddley  Bo Diddley   Options 45  Chess  1955  Hit #1 on the R & B Charts    2:22:43 (Pop‑up)
The Herbalizer  Moon Sequence   Options CD Single  Ninjatune Canada  1999      2:35:19 (Pop‑up)
The The  Jealous of Youth   Options 12" Single  Epic  1989      2:38:25 (Pop‑up)
Chuck Berry  Let It Rock   Options 45  Chess  1960  Only reached #64 on the Billboard charts    2:45:07 (Pop‑up)
Dale Hawkins  Suzy Q   Options 45  Chess  1957  Hit #27 on the Billboard Chart    2:46:52 (Pop‑up)
DJ Food  The Crow (Dub)   Options CD Single  NinjaTune Canada        2:49:08 (Pop‑up)
Stick McGhee  One Monkey Don't Stop No Show   Options 10" 78 RPM  Atlantic   1951      2:54:08 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Mamas & Papas 

Monday, Monday   Options






2:58:58 (Pop‑up)
The Clovers  Ting-A-Ling   Options 45  Atlantic         
The Ar-Kaics  Just My Life   Options 45  Wick      *    
The Wrong Society  Dark Clouds   Options 45  13 O'Clock      *    
The Coasters  Little Egypt   Options 45  Atlantic         
Ben. E. King  Amor   Options 45  Atlantic         
The Mar-Keys  Last Night   Options 45  Atlantic         
The Ikettes  I'm Blue   Options 45           
William Bell  You Don't Miss Your Water   Options 45  Atlantic         
The Falcons  I Found A Love   Options 45 single  Atlantic         

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Listener comments!

  3:12am Mark R:

It's our Silent Fundraiser y'all. C'mon and get with it!
  3:26am Mark R:

I know it's the SILENT Fundraiser, but sheesh! you guys are sure quiet tonight!
Avatar 3:37am HarktheUmpire:

Good morning Mr R.!
Avatar 3:38am HarktheUmpire:

it's a misty morning here in Berlin and I'm looking forward to seeing Mike Watt play tonight
Avatar 3:38am HarktheUmpire:

How are you doing?
  3:39am Mark R:

Thanks for tuning in, kind sir. Mike Watt sounds like a great night out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40am coelacanth:

howdy Mark
i'm listening but i'm only computering for a moment
  3:42am Mark R:

Howdy Coel--understood, the listening is the most important part!
  3:42am Mark R:

I once lamented to DJ Stash that nobody was listening because nobody was commenting and she assured me that there are many listeners who never comment, so...
  3:48am Mark R:

Stashu not Stash...although DJ Stash might be a good person to know, also...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49am coelacanth:

who said "it's better to to remain silent and be thought a fool than speak and remove all doubt"...
i'm a prime example of this.
  3:50am Mark R:

I've heard it attributed to Oscar Wilde...but you're no fool. I've known many a fool, and you, sir, are no fool.
  4:06am Mark R:

This is a dancier show than I usually do. I'm kinda diggin' it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11am Smilty69:

Digging the show thus far, Mark R. Thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12am coelacanth:

damn, i remember when i first heard 19th nervous breakdown. my parents were all about the beatles but didn't want anything to do with the 'stones. i had to sneak it.
...when honky tonk women came on (which seemed to be a top 10 hit forever) they changed the station and i casually left to go upstairs "for something". (to listen to it on an alternate radio)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:13am coelacanth:

holy shit!
interesting version!
  4:13am Mark R:

Thanks Smilty, appreciate it. Yes that was a real rivalry thing with some people. I always dug 'em both, for different reasons. The Stones were better when they got out of the Beatles shadow. It was starting to happen even before the Beatles broke up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15am coelacanth:

yeah... let it bleed obviously named after let it be; but it was an entirely different animal.
- and an equally relevant one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:29am coelacanth:

well, i never felt i had to choose between the beatles & the stones; and in jr high school was on the led zeppelin side, and my friends on the grateful dead side were pulling at me. i never did denounce either one, and ultimately joined the pink floyd cult and the doors & David Bowie cults anyway!
(and meanwhile was all about steppenwolf from about 7 years old...but i was alone on that one)
  4:32am Mark R:

Steppenwolf I thought got kinda bum-rapped as a bubblegum group because they had the audacity to have hit singles. But an album like "Monster" is as solid a rock 'n' roll concept album as anyone has ever produced.
  4:33am Mark R:

Yes, 78s were singles and therefore qualify for Singles Going Steady Week. Oz has spoken.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:36am coelacanth:

Mark, yeah monster was ...a monster.
...great album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47am coelacanth:

a'right. time to let the radio do the talking.
...computer off; fm in sync.
Thanks Mark!
  4:57am ans:

busy making a little stop motion film...deadline is too close..the music is very inspirational! it keeps me going, thanks!!
  5:03am Mark R:

Glad we could be of assistance, ans
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31am Jason_:

Indeed, Mark: www.youtube.com...

From a RLJ fan-club 7" or something. (it's not Levar Burton, though, despite what the youtuber said)
  5:35am Mark R:

Thanks for the confirmation, Jason. BTW that's a very weird interview question, isn't it? Sort of an icebreaker: "What were the skies like when you were young?" Wonder how Sinatra would have answered that one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:38am Jason_:

Ha, never though of it like that but yes, it is very a propos nothing. Later on, he asks 'what did you play when you were a kid' (fair enough) then 'who did you play with' as if he wants names, addresses, places of residence...
  5:39am Mark R:

Borderline creepy. Maybe not so borderline, come to think of it.
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