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Options June 25, 2009: One More Time...

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Errol Nakao & Japanese Modernaires Orchestra  Gomenasai   Options V/a, Hawaiian Nisei Songs  Hana Ola    0:00:00 ()
Robin, a frog  Halfway Down The Stairs   Options sdtk, "The Muppett Show"  Arista    0:07:41 ()
Psychic TV  The Orchids / Botanica   Options Dreams Less Sweet  Thirsty Ear  I'm hearing Robin, a frog - how about you?  0:12:34 ()
Bill Orcutt  Big Ass Nails   Options 7"  no label    0:15:39 ()
The Mirrors  Living Without You   Options Something that Would Never Do  Violet Times/Hovercraft    0:18:27 ()
Chrome  All Data Lost   Options Alien Soundtracks  Noiseville    0:21:19 ()
Sky Saxon  R.I.P.   Options       0:24:14 ()
Add N to (X)  Electric Village   Options Loud Like Nature  Mute    0:24:54 ()
Jeffrey Novak  One of a Kind   Options 7"  Sweet Rot    0:28:51 ()
Eno  NO One Receiving   Options Before and After Science  Island    0:30:58 ()
redlig kcin  Ytic Eht Ni Dlihc Toh   Options 7", backwards      0:34:25 ()
 
Maisie  Candies   Options Bacharach For President, Bruno Maderna Superstar  Acidsoxx    0:45:23 ()
Les Paul & Mary Ford  I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)   Options mp3      0:49:05 ()
Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely  Willingly   Options S/t  Decca    0:51:43 ()
Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris  That's All It Took   Options GP  Reprise    0:55:58 ()
Bishop Perry Tillis  Heavenly Father   Options In Times Like These  Mississippi    0:57:06 ()
Blues Control  Tangier   Options Local Flavor  Siltbreeze    0:59:42 ()
White Magic  New Egypt   Options New Egypt  Latitudes    1:07:58 ()
 
Suck  21st Century Schizoid Man   Options Time to Suck  Shadoks  cover: King Crimson  1:26:55 ()
Kenneth Higney  Woman Trouble Again   Options American Dirt  Kebrutney    1:31:47 ()
Crazy Horse  Downtown   Options S/t  Reprise    1:35:39 ()
Edgar Broughton Band  For What You Are About to Receive   Options Demons at the Beeb  Hux    1:38:47 ()
Hugo Filho  Meu Sol   Options Paraibo  Shadoks    1:45:56 ()
Roy Orbison  I'm Hurtin'   Options Greatest Hits  Monument    1:49:01 ()
Seeds  "Pushin Too Hard" on a sitcom   Options we hope you like it, we think it's gassy    'Mother's In Law' TV Show (1966), watch it here; Sky Saxon RIP  1:52:15 ()
Gal Costa  Sebastiana   Options S/t  Philips    1:54:31 ()
Ciccone Youth  Hi Everybody / Burnin' Up   Options The Whitey Album  Blast First    1:57:18 ()
 
Growing  Rave Pie Only   Options All The Way      2:06:23 ()
U.S. Girls  Me + Yoko   Options 7"  Not Not Fun    2:12:35 ()
Bread  Make It With You   Options 45 @ 33 + a flanger      2:15:17 ()
R. Dean Taylor  Indiana Wants Me   Options 7"  Rare Earth    2:19:54 ()
Marbles  The Walls Fell Down   Options mp3      2:23:25 ()
The Magic Pacer  Wishes   Options Dig THis Dig That  Win Records    2:26:17 ()
Joe Dassin  L'ete Indien (Africa)   Options 7"  CBS    2:29:25 ()
Aluk Todolo  Totalite   Options Finsternis  Utech    2:33:22 ()
Sebastien Duclos  LEN   Options Burials  Cachalot Midinette Records    2:38:55 ()
Nico  Ari's Song   Options The Marble Index  Elektra    2:42:47 ()
Jennifer Gentle  Oui, C'est Moi!   Options Funny Creatures Lane  Sillyboy    2:46:28 ()
Volcano the Bear  The First Circle Is The Eye   Options The Shy Volcanic Society At The Bear And Bird Parade  Beta-Lactam Ring    2:49:10 ()
Fat Mattress  Walking Through A Garden   Options S/t  Atco    2:54:32 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 6/25/09 12:04pm annie:

this music is sucking me in... must... not.. succumb... must go outside.. scott, later.. archives..
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:06pm stingy d:

what's poppin boss
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:06pm north guinea hills:

i thought it might be the nissei comp., what else would have japanese and english crooning?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:06pm holland oats:

SADIST
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:08pm holland oats:

is it over?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:12pm Cecile:

Robin, a frog, nearly had me weeping into my espresso...
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:13pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Robin, nephew of Kermit, wasn't it?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:15pm Scott:

Hi Everyone! Glad you all loved that Nisei thing as much as I did!
Paul, you are of course correct. And cousin to Genesis P-Orridge too, I'd say
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:15pm Cecile:

that is right!

I am, too, Scott.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:16pm Kermit P-Frog:

Yeah, a lot of the muppets got into TOPY back in the day.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:18pm Cecile:

For some reason, I see snuffaluffagus folloiwng Hawkwind around by caravan myself...
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:19pm Carmichael:

Hi Scott. Like this Orcutt stuff.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:19pm Samuel Beckett:

Lights up.
A frog sitting on the stairs, halfway up, halfway down...
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:21pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Blimey, Hawkwind! I would have loved to have seen the Muppets band doing Master of the Universe or even Orgone Accumulator. That really would have made rock history !!
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:22pm Carmichael:

That cool band with Animal drumming could do Silver Machine really well, I bet! Or Caravan's Nine Feet Underground.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:24pm BSI:

I could swear Animal was drumming when I saw Hawkwind at the Wetlands circa '89... or was it the stuff I found in the bathroom? What?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:26pm holland oats:

sky - bwahaha! who did that interview, warhol?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:27pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Stoned people say the things that are closest to their heart. It's rather charming, I think.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:29pm Gov. Sanford:

Stone in love people, too...
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:34pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Eno. Now we're talking. His first two albums are terrific. And after Roxy Music dropped him, Roxy Music was half the band it was.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:34pm Ike:

Eno Eno Eno! Oh yeah.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:37pm doug from dc:

My vinyl copy of Before and After Science is now thirty years old. I bought it the week after WGTB went off the air.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:41pm Ike:

Oh wow, WGTB. That was before my time, but I remember wondering why D.C. non-comm radio sucked (and continues to suck) so hard, then reading all about WGTB's fate and being outraged. The original WJHU, and undoubtedly many other college stations, met a similar fate.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:43pm cd morf guod:

sdrawkcab siht gniyalp yrt dluohs enoemos. emosewa, redlig kcin.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:43pm PMD:

Hi Scott... thanks for the music.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:44pm stingy d:

did something confusing happen or was it just me?
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:45pm BSI:

"......why can't anybody heeeeeaaarr meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....????"
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:45pm paul from Sheffield UK:

That was certainly a ghostly ballroom, I will say that.
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:45pm doug from dc:

Someone told me about this recently:
Recorded programming from WGTB, mostly in the 1970's can be heard Wednesdays on internet-radio station, WGAY found at (wgay.fm)
  Thu. 6/25/09 12:52pm listener bryan:

I can't believe I missed the Muppet song! That's what I get for tuning in late.

Any more Muppets up your sleeve?
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:07pm BSI:

Speaking of PTV, this Blues Control thingie is quite the PAGAN DAY vibe, innit?
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:08pm J-Mar:

just tuned in myself and am very bummed that I missed "Hot Child in the City" backwards.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:10pm paul from Sheffield UK:

It's riffing like Hawkwind, yet it has a kind of bellydance rhythm going. It can get catchy.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:13pm BSI:

agreed Paul:
somewhere between HW and Prince Rama...
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:19pm Man in the Macintosh:

<-------- Don't you believe a word he says.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:20pm dc pat:

just found out Sky Saxon died today...Seeds please.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:22pm dc pat:

uh..just now found out that Farrah Fawcett died....Seeds please
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:23pm stingy d:

fuck man... 2.5" roaches are fucked up man.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:24pm paul from Sheffield UK:

How about Pet Clarke's Don't Sleep in the Subway? I like to think of myself as a man without any great weakness. But that song always makes me break up. Terrific songwriting.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:25pm ?:

Clark not Clarke
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:25pm BSI:

Stingy: If that were the case, they'd be making crop circles by now... must be some other explanation.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:26pm BSI:

goddamned wallabies...
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:27pm stingy d:

yo this thing was a roach my g. belly up and talkn about coke
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:30pm Bad Ronald:

Diggin' the Suck track. Thanks Scott.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:31pm PKNY:

Man, Suck is definitely not aptly named! Redunkulous, thanks for playing!
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:32pm randy in NC:

Someone on FMU played a human beat box version of this the other day
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:33pm randy in NC:

The Crimso cover that is...
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:34pm Scott:

Hi randy - I bet that was Dokaka, pretty fun stuff.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:35pm dc pat:

Can't Seem to Make You Mine.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:36pm randy in nc:

Scott, yes
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:41pm Bad Ronald:

Hey Scott, any chance you could pepper in an Entwistle solo tune today to commemorate the anniversary of his passing. Maybe something off of "Rigor Mortis Sets In"?

Just a thought...
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:43pm gumby:

Some people think of the word bombastic as bad. But this Broughton Band tune is a Delicious Bombast if ever there was one.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:51pm Rob:

That's boombastic.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:53pm gumby:

I concur Ron.
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:53pm dc pat:

thanks Scott...*sniff*
  Thu. 6/25/09 1:56pm dc pat:

I like the extra loud drums cuz drummers can't really lip sync without makin lots of noise.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:02pm raga:

hellloooo baybeeee, want a kiss?
hellloooo baybeeee, want a kiss?
hellloooo baybeeee, want a kiss?
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:10pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Mmmm, pie.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:13pm still b/p:

A few of them "hellooo baby" bites make it sound like Big Bopperberries in the Rave Pie.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:16pm chris:

this is amazing
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:17pm still b/p:

Bread soggy. I like it.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:20pm paul from Sheffield UK:

Oh ho, for a moment I thought it said '45 @ 33 + a FINGER' !!
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:22pm Scott:

HI Paul - NOT A FINGER
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:23pm Tim Serpas:

Kolchak!
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:23pm dc pat:

isn't he saying "BUTTERFINGER!"
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:27pm paul from Sheffield UK:

The 'not a finger' refrain could become the new fashion item for all contemporary music. It starts here.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:30pm dc pat:

butterfinger
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:31pm paul from Sheffield UK:

pas d'un doigt
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:33pm Bad Ronald:

Thunderfinger - 10/9/44 - 6/27/2002 - RIP
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:36pm BSI:

Just got back!
Who has carrot cake?
What's all this finger jazz?
Is that your final answer?
Back to Monster Island!
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:40pm jason:

http://freemusicarchive.org/music/sebastien_duclos
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:49pm ?:

fer a second I thought this was Miss Piggy
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:52pm Scott:

Fair enough, mystery man
  Thu. 6/25/09 11:31pm Dan:

Thank You! Excellent song by Orbison. Think it's the first time i heard it on wfmu.
  Thu. 6/25/09 11:41pm Dan:

Thank You! Excellent song by Orbison. Think it's the first time i heard it on wfmu.
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