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Options May 21, 2008: Class Ick Rahk

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
MONKEES  Peter Gunn's Gun   Options Headquarters  0:00:00 (Real)
HOLLIES  Water on the Brain   Options Evolution  0:03:58 (Real)
YARDBIRDS  Glimpses (Version 2)   Options Little Games  0:06:05 (Real)
TOKENS  Waiting for Something   Options Intercourse  0:10:15 (Real)
ANNE MURRAY  I Don't Want to Drive You Away   Options What About Me  0:13:05 (Real)
TRAFFIC  House for Everyone   Options Heaven Is in Your Mind  0:16:21 (Real)
BEACH BOYS  Sail Plane Song   Options Endless Harmony  0:18:28 (Real)
HARPER'S BIZARRE  Bye, Bye, Bye   Options The Secret Life of Harper's Bizarre  0:20:33 (Real)
LEMON PIPERS  Wine and Violet   Options The Lemon Pipers  0:22:31 (Real)
PINK FLOYD  Remember a Day   Options Relics  0:25:32 (Real)
 
CARPENTERS  Crescent Noon   Options Close to You  0:34:30 (Real)
JANIS IAN  What Do You Think of the Dead?   Options The Secret Life of J. Eddy Fink  0:38:40 (Real)
DOORS  I Can't See Your Face in My Mind   Options Strange Days  0:41:59 (Real)
CREAM  World of Pain   Options Disraeli Gears  0:45:20 (Real)
DEL SHANNON  Silver Birch/ I Think I Love You   Options The Further Adventures of Charles Westover  0:48:30 (Real)
JEFF BECK  Beck's Bolero   Options Truth  0:55:57 (Real)
 
DEEP PURPLE  Shield   Options The Book Of Taliesyn  1:02:55 (Real)
JOAN BAEZ  Minister of War   Options Baptism  1:08:51 (Real)
IRON BUTTERFLY  Real Fright   Options Ball  1:10:13 (Real)
TOMMY JAMES & THE SHONDELLS  Cellophane Symphony   Options Cellophane Symphony  1:12:48 (Real)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL  Gloomy   Options Creedence Clearwater Revival  1:22:13 (Real)
JANIS JOPLIN/ BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY  All Is Loneliness   Options Big Brother and the Holding Company  1:25:59 (Real)
 
JAMES GANG  Wrapcity in English/ Fred   Options Yer' Album  1:36:41 (Real)
ALICE COOPER  Shoe Salesman   Options Easy Action   
BLUE OYSTER CULT  She's as Beautiful as a Foot   Options Blue Oyster Cult  1:38:53 (Real)
SPIRIT  Straight Arrow   Options Spirit  1:41:57 (Real)
KINKS  Lazy Old Sun   Options Something Else  1:44:40 (Real)
NEIL YOUNG  On the Beach   Options On the Beach  1:47:37 (Real)
BREAD  Look at Me   Options Bread  1:54:27 (Real)
PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS  Here Come the Pain   Options Alias Pink Puzz  1:57:08 (Real)
 
MANFRED MANN  Funniest Gig   Options Best of the Fontana Years  2:03:46 (Real)
SMALL FACES  Lazy Sunday   Options Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake  2:06:15 (Real)
FIFTH DIMENSION  Dreams/ Pax/ Nepenthe   Options The Magic Garden  2:09:21 (Real)
TOMMY ROE  Mystic Magic   Options Phantasy  2:12:47 (Real)
FIVE AMERICANS  The Train   Options Western Union  2:14:57 (Real)
GRATEFUL DEAD  New Potato Caboose [excerpt]   Options Anthem of the Sun  2:18:28 (Real)
DR. JOHN  Croker Courtboullion   Options Gris-Gris  2:21:47 (Real)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE  Never Argue with a German If You're Tired   Options Bark  2:27:50 (Real)
 
ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA  Mr. Radio   Options Electric Light Orchestra  2:34:49 (Real)
MAMA'S & THE PAPA'S  Got a Feelin'   Options If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears  2:39:57 (Real)
ASSOCIATION  Remember   Options And Then ... Along Comes the Association  2:42:51 (Real)
ZOMBIES  Beechwood Park   Options Odessey and Oracle  2:45:22 (Real)
YES  Sweetness   Options Yes  2:48:05 (Real)
AMERICA  Moon Song   Options Homecoming  2:52:36 (Real)
JUDY COLLINS  Sky Fell   Options Wildflowers  2:56:18 (Real)
 

Listener comments!

  Wed. 5/21/08 12:03pm mike:

ready to rahk!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh those silly Monkees!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:06pm Bad Ronald:

"Monkees is the craziest people!"
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:13pm ken:

Somehow, someway - I don't know TOKENS. Never heard of them.
Really.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:14pm Bad Ronald:

Hi Tony - If your taking requests can you please play The Left Banke's "Pretty Ballerina" ?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:17pm Jonathan Steinke:

Tokens sang "Lion Sleeps Tonight".
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:18pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Traffic was ahead of its time with that clock winding thing.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:19pm Jonathan Steinke:

A+, Tony!!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:19pm mike:

what does that clock winding remind me of?... is there an olivia tremor control song with that sound?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:20pm Webhamster Henry:

Traffic ! That really makes me feel old!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

very likely OTC but I can't think where or when!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:25pm Andrew:

Tony-I'm super psyched to see a realtime playlist!
Sweetens the Tony Coulter Experience...if that's even possible!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:30pm Bruce:

Floyd on loud ear buds in my cubicle. Oh wow.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:32pm Kat:

Tony Coulter is God!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:33pm fishmonkestew:

Remember a Day. Excellent! And I agree about the realtime playlist. Very nice.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:33pm Bad Ronald:

Tony - No appologies necessary.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:34pm Cecile:

Tony, you should go into business as a radio consultant. and reinvent classic rock. Great stuff.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:35pm spaniel:

who is this pink floyd i've been hearing so much about?

oh, man, shoot, i missed the monkeys.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:36pm mike:

the worm!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:37pm giraffe-o:

What a fantastic set so far! Obscure stuff from some obscure & not-so-esoteric bands. Personal anectode : I'm not a thorough fan of Pink Floyd or Zep, but 2 lesser known songs I've recently gotten my teeth into : "Fearless" by Pink, and "Ten Years Gone" by Zep
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:37pm Ike:

Cecile: Only soulless, tasteless husks are permitted to become commercial radio consultants.

The Worm ROCKS! Or not. Some of this isn't really my bag but I love seeing the accu-playlist. That Monkees track was awesome.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:40pm Cecile:

Tony, I don't know how you feel about Santana, but i love the cuts he used to have Babtunde Olatunji on...
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:46pm Bad Ronald:

Cream YES!!!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:46pm dc pat:

ok, first time I've heard the Doors on FMU.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:47pm Bad Ronald:

*wonders* will the Beatles make the cut?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:48pm Droll:

I've died and gone to AM Gold heaven.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:49pm Michael:

Listening to Cream's World of Pain, and am hearing Elvis Costello's "London's Brilliant Parade" from Brutal Youth.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:49pm west coast william:

Beatles - Flying
Genesis - Harold the Barrel
King Crimson - Exiles, or Happy Family
:)
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:49pm mike:

i could see "it's all too much" or "you know my name, look up the number" making the cut
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:50pm dc pat:

I'd say Beatles - You Know My Name
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:50pm Bad Ronald:

nice correlation Michael
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:51pm Gigantor:

Ooh, playing "name that band" is fun! Some great stuff-thanks Tony.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:51pm Cecile:

I vote for Hey Bulldog.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:51pm Bad Ronald:

I'd go with a GH tune for like - "You Like Me Too Much"
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:51pm ZippyD:

Great show!!!!! Now I 've got to dig out my Cream vinyl.
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:53pm Bad Ronald:

... or "I need You"
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:54pm Marcy:

Hooray for playlists! I hope that you keep using them when the jams turn back toward the less familiar...
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:54pm m:

just tuning in now... can someone inform me as to the theme of today's programme?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:55pm Cecile:

Rock by classic rockers that hasn't been overplayed to the point of pain...
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:55pm Bad Ronald:

not so classic rock
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:55pm Bad Ronald:

classy rock?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:57pm m:

sounds great!
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:57pm Kat:

No Crome Syrcus?
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:58pm Bad Ronald:

Keith Moon is on this track by JB
  Wed. 5/21/08 12:59pm dc pat:

I was about to say--I forgot Moon played drums on this but you can hear him yelling
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:00pm Bad Ronald:

Apparently he knocked over one of his mics during the session.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:02pm dc pat:

what a guy. You can watch a Moon documentary in about 6 parts on YouTube. He was truly insane.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:02pm spaniel:

this show's a lot of fun. i think you stole my mom's record collection. one of my favorites from my intro to music/high school days was Jefferson Airplane's "after bathing at baxters" (the whole album is like one long story, man).
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:04pm Bad Ronald:

I think there's a movie in the works where Mike Myers will star as Moonie.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:05pm dc pat:

ho-jeeze, don't know about that casting decision..
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:06pm Happy Listener:

Thanks for playing some of my favorite classic rock tracks, Tony! I love the first 4 DP albums, but not much else of theirs moves me.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:08pm Bad Ronald:

I agree wholeheartedly DCP.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:08pm giraffe-o:

Who's singing on this D.P. song?
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:10pm Greg in DC:

Great show. Here are a few suggestions (based on what I may have had on my LP stack at any moment way back then):

Mothers, Jefferson Airplane, WHO, Electric Prunes, Shadows of Night, Young Rascals, Stones (Satanic Majesty's Request or Flowers), Fever Tree, Savoy Brown
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:11pm dc pat:

They should get an unknown ENGLISH actor and do something truly creative with it. But won't happen...another Doors movie in the making...
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:13pm dc pat:

My dad came home from work one day w/ 2 Iron Butterfly albums. That was his entire connection w/ rock and roll--beginning to end. Still don't know what possessed him....
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:14pm Kat:

I would have preferred "Unconscious Power" myself, but hey, no worries. Great show!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:17pm Zach in Philly:

Over The Top Genius! I am blown away by the oh-so-subtle execution of the Class Ick Rahk theme. And an accuplaylist to boot! It feels like I've been slipped two pills of wowie-zowie medication.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:17pm Bad Ronald:

Burn Hollywood Burn!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:20pm Droll:

If Clear-acom classic rock stations played this set, they could tell you how much money they were losing per 20 minute block. Fortunately, I only patronize shops which advertise and underwrite on WFMU, and they all say bring on the Gentle Giant!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:30pm Bad Ronald:

Alice Cooper - "Muscle of Love" or "Woman Machine" would be kinda cool...
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:31pm Parq:

Late to the party, but whoa - all this and a comment-enabled acuplaylist too!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:34pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Holy crap. You actually played something from Janis Ian's The Secret Life of J. Eddy Fink. (Who I assume is Ian herself, since her real last name is Fink -- she borrowed her brother's middle name for her last name.) IAE, I'm amazed to hear a radio station playing anything *at all* by Ian other than "At Seventeen" -- much less a cut from a long-out-of-print obscurity like "Secret Life of . . ." Tony Coulter, I love you, whether or not you're related to Ann.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:37pm Bad Ronald:

There's Alice - nice one tx Tony
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:38pm Will in Paris:

You are an archeologist!!!
I actually played Beck's bolero in my bedroom 2 nights ago.
I can't believe anyone else even remembers it.
Also, your set reminds me of an album of some Swedish organist
who had an album inspired by Lord of the Rings way back in the late 70's, I was a young teen at the time.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:40pm Cecile:

ZOMG, BOC.

Great theme!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:41pm jtm:

Tony, thanks for a great show and for the live playlist. please start doing the comment playlist every week!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:42pm AnAnonymousParty:

Man, this almost makes me wish I smoked pot again.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:42pm fishmonkeystew:

She's as Beautiful as a Foot? bwahahahahahaha!!!! That is AWESOME!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:45pm Roger:

I am loving your set, but I am also reminded why only certain songs ever really penetrate and last. A lot of these cuts are just that, album cuts. But, play on, I'm enjoying every single one of them.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:46pm Cecile:

LOVE THIS KINKS SONG
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:47pm dc pat:

Perfect Kinks choice...beautiful.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:47pm Marcy:

Will in Paris- that's Bo Hansson "Sagan Om Ringen." Hot stuff!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:50pm Jake in Atlanta:

Great great show Tony! Never heard you before but I'll be listening every week now.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:53pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Most depressing Neil Young album EVER!!
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:53pm Cecile:

Yeah, ain't it great?
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:54pm Parq:

Ah yes, "On the Beach" -- was that a rocket sticking out of the sand or the fender of a 50s car?
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:55pm Bad Ronald:

a car
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:57pm Denise in Washington, DC:

OMG, *Bread*!!!! I never thought I'd hear Bread played on 'FMU, except maybe on the Incorrect Music Show. You have thrilled me to the core.
  Wed. 5/21/08 1:58pm Gigantor:

Can't say I've heard "Bread" on FMU either, thankfully. Though this is an excellent pick if you are going to!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:00pm dc pat:

how 'bout Love - Signed DC
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:00pm Denise in Washington, DC:

This whole set makes me want to put on bell-bottoms and a leather choker with a peace symbol on it and go wander barefoot through the park in the rain.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:01pm Bad Ronald:

and protest the war
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:01pm AnAnonymousParty:

This show is like a box of chocolates . . .
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:04pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Well, Bad Ronald, I'm doing that anyway.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:05pm Bad Ronald:

I thought so, just wanted to make sure...
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:05pm Bruce:

Actually, I think FMU thrives on the obscure - music produced for the love of it. Still, a fun show.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:06pm taste_is_relative:

Ah - Manfred Mann. The only band, other than Golden Earring, to be a 1-hit wonder across 2 different genres/eras
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:09pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Golden Earring had more than one hit?
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:09pm Bad Ronald:

This Faces tune sounds like the Move.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:10pm Will in Paris:

Marcy, whatta memory! Bo Hansson! Ohmygod, that was even before I started smoking pot, and I haven't smoked pot for several decades.
I'm trying to get my young French brother-in-laws hooked into WFMU.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:10pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Twilight Zone and Radar Love
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:13pm Parq:

Bruce, I think that's the point. On a station where everybody plays obscurities, how do you break out of the pack? And to play classic rock without playing any "Classic Rock" - what a challenge. And, may I add, Tony is stepping up to it magnificently.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:15pm Jonathan Steinke:

Tommy Roe...Tommy Roe...hmm. A name I finally CAN'T place. Great song nonetheless!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:21pm greg in DC:

Dizzy, I'm so dizzy
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:22pm Mike B.:

Umm... i never thought the day would come. GD? i'm confused all over again.
::lifts jaw::
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:22pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Ah -- I didn't realize Golden Earring did "Twilight Zone." Thanks, DCE.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:22pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Anthem of the Sun rules.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:25pm Jim:

Whoa, same here, Grateful Dead?
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:26pm E.K.:

Oh for the days when the harpsichord was a pop instrarment
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

don't be hatin on the Dead...it's not THEIR fault!!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:30pm Parq:

Bark - what a terrific, under-rated album!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:32pm jim frm b-burg:

Tony, you have a great ear!

thanks.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:33pm Mike B.:

Well who/what is to blame? I finally just sorted all this out.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

people who need people
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:38pm Denise in Washington, DC:

I don't think I realized until now just how much every ELO song sounds like every other ELO song.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:43pm JJZ:

Not many other bands have strings, that helps.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:44pm Denise in Washington, DC:

This Mamas and Papas song is the first one I've actually recognized -- was thinking that it's played on other broadcast stations, but then realized I've probably heard it on LuxuriaMusic.com.

JJZ, I was also thinking about ELO's voice distortion.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:45pm Webhamster Henry:

Tony, You don't suppose you could do this, say , once a month all summer, could you?
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:45pm mike:

this show is skewing 60s, methinks. when will we hear the hidden chestnuts from the eagles and peter frampton? how bout a long lost zeppelin sound collage?!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:46pm Will in Paris:

Recently, My youngest French brother-in-law gave us a copie of the Beatles White Album. Whereas, I can't say that I'll listen to it a whole lot, it really did establish the architecture for almost all the pop to come.
This show reminds of me of this thought that came to me the last time that I listened to the White Album.
In another vein, I tried to see if "New hope for the Wretched" by the Plasmatics exists as a CD.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:47pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Okay, this is a decent song by The Association . . . but I would have preferred hearing "Rose Petals, Incense, and a Kitten," from the LP Birthday.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:48pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I wonder if Beachwood Sparks took their name sort of from this song.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:50pm Zach in Philly:

Mike, I've been holding my breath for a track from either Zepplin or Dylan. Three hours goes pretty fast. I definately second the notion to do this again sometime over the summer! But we've had so far is pretty captain fantastic!
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:52pm Droll:

Will in Paris, I love the White Album, but isn't it really a snapshot of pop music as it was, not an architecture for the future? There used to be stories that the Beatles were aping other contemporary bands' styles in tribute. Examples include Back in the USSR (Beach Boys), Let's Do It In The Road (The Doors), Piggies (Pink Floyd)... A fun exercise for a new way to hear an old classic.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:53pm Mike B:

people do need people.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:54pm mike:

yes, america, this is more like it! (though that was totally 60s yes)
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:55pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

my parents played this one when I was wee-bitty and it made me love that California sound that gets so slammed by the ultra-hip. still sounds good to me though.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:55pm Bad Ronald:

People need peep holes.
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

actually they were totally 70s, this album was '72 I think
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:56pm Denise in Washington, DC:

America was definitely 70s. I should know -- I discovered them while I was in high school, which I started in 1970. I had every one of their "heavy" LPs, and memorized 'em all. Love these lyrics -- "orange funnels, snowy tunnels, summer troubles, books in bundles, and you."
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:57pm Bad Ronald:

Did George Martin produce all of their albums?
  Wed. 5/21/08 2:57pm Will in Paris:

Droll, well yeah, your right but I aslo feel I'm right. A lot of songs
in this set might never have been without the White Album
( am I sticking my neck out or what?) Even Helter Skelter has a Punk edge to it.
  Wed. 5/21/08 3:00pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Good question, Ronald. Amazon doesn't say. It does reveal, however, that "Homecoming" was originally released in 1973.
  Wed. 5/21/08 3:01pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh, thx Denise, I always wondered what the hell that guy was saying during that part. you would laugh to hear what I thought he was saying!!
  Wed. 5/21/08 3:15pm fp cassini:

does anyone have advice as to how to capture/record this awesome stream for later listening?
  Wed. 5/21/08 3:43pm Bad Ronald:

Thanks Denise.

fp cassini - you should be able to revisit the show on wfmu archives section.
  Wed. 5/21/08 6:41pm lissner monica:

i loved it. elton john has some great non-hits.
  Wed. 5/21/08 7:49pm Cozmic Eddie:

A marvelous and ultimately successful exercise. This something I periodically do on my own program, sneaking in a winner from a group otherwise disregarded.

Cozmic E
  Wed. 5/21/08 7:59pm Cozmic Eddie:

To Will in Paris:

Did we attend secondary school together in Massachusetts? Just wondering...
  Fri. 5/23/08 3:45pm Kay:

You've heard of xmradio's Fred rock programming format and Ethel.

I think we've seen the birth of the Tony rawk format. Long live Tony!
  Sat. 5/24/08 6:10am Den:

Thank you indeed for this very nice music!!!
Best wishes from Russia!
  Mon. 5/26/08 7:32pm Marcos:

Great playlist! If possible, I'd like to include Daevid Allen's "Rich Girl", a fantastic slice of psych insanity!
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