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Options March 24, 2010: the C Section

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Can  Bring Me Coffee Or Tea   Options Tago Mago  Mute  0:00:00 ()
Cabaret Voltaire  Fourth Shot   Options Mix Up  Rough Trade/Mute  0:06:17 ()
Cocteau Twins  Wolf In The Breast   Options Heaven Or Las Vegas  4AD  0:10:14 ()
Chopin  Scherzo #3 in C sharp Minor Opus 39   Options Chopin Ivan Davis Piano London Phase 4 Stereo  London Records  0:13:39 ()
Vinicius Cantuária  A Dor   Options Silva  Hannibal  0:20:52 ()
Ralph Carney  Peru Boo   Options Ralph Sounds by Ralph Carney  Birdman  0:26:07 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Candido 
Candido's Funk   Options     0:29:48 ()
June Christy  The Night We Called it A Day   Options Something Cool  EMI  0:34:20 ()
June Carter w Johnny Cash  It Aint Me Babe   Options Live From The Louisiana Hayride  Scena  0:39:12 ()
Xavier Cugat  Fascinating Rhythm   Options Twist With Cugat  Mercury  0:42:31 ()
Bootsy Collins  What's Wrong Radio   Options William Bootsy Collins The ONe Giveth, the Count Taketh Away  Warner Brothers  0:45:23 ()
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Heard It Through the Grapevine   Options Creedence Gold  Fantasy Recirds  0:49:33 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Crazy Otto 
    Decca  1:00:17 ()
Derrick Carter  New Wave Punk Out/All Dreams Collide   Options Square Dancing in a Round House  CMCCD  1:07:45 ()
Christiane F  Wunderbar   Options Gesundheit!  Posh Boy Records  1:17:24 ()
Chicks on Speed  Wordy Rappinghood   Options 99 Cents  COSR  1:21:30 ()
Cypress Hill  Insane In The Brain   Options Black Sunday    1:27:53 ()
Daniel Steven Crafts/Crazy Otto  The Essence of Melodrama/ DJ Manipulations   Options Snake Oil Symphony  Lutra  1:31:42 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
      1:46:09 ()
The Chills  Submarine Bells   Options Submarine Bells  Slash  1:49:04 ()
Alex Chilton  Thing For You   Options Top 30  Last Call  1:52:06 ()
John Cale  Hanky Panky Nohow   Options Paris 1919  Reprise  1:55:20 ()
Citay  Seasons Dont Fear the Year   Options Citay  Important  1:58:43 ()
 
Pascal Comelade  L'Espinosa Etica De La Santa Espina   Options El Cabaret Galactic  CDSA  2:05:59 ()
Nick Cave  The Weeping Song   Options The Best of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds  Reprise  2:08:06 ()
Cher  Magic In The Air   Options Absolutely the Best Vol. 1  EMI  2:12:23 ()
Neko Case  Hold On Hold On   Options Fox Confessor Brings The Flood  Anti  2:16:08 ()
The Clientele  Here Comes the Phantom   Options God Save The Clientele  Merge  2:18:46 ()
Carpenters  Close To You   Options The Essential Collection (1965-1997)  AM Records  2:22:05 ()
Ciccione Youth  Burning Up   Options The Whitey Album  Geffen  2:25:50 ()
Johnny Cash  Cocaine Blues   Options At Folsom Prison (Legacy Edition 2)  Legacy  2:29:32 ()
The Cramps  She Said   Options Bad Music for Bad People  I.R.S. Records  2:32:40 ()
Crown Heights Affair  Sex Trip   Options Crown Heights Affair  RCA  2:35:44 ()
 
Culture Club  Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?   Options Kissing To Be Clever  Virgin  2:45:34 ()
The Captain & Tennille  Love Will Keep Us Together   Options Love Will Keep Us Together  A&M Records  2:50:07 ()
Chic  At Last I Am Free   Options The Best of Chic Vol. 2  Rhino  2:52:20 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 3/24/10 12:03pm Cecile:

Maria!!!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:06pm LizGig:

Tea for me, please.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:07pm caveman:

i have been in a dark cave since January 9th - i have no contact with outside word aside from this show, which i will listen to weekly until the battery on my laptop dies - this is the life i want
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:08pm Brian:

I'm more of a coffee party sort.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:08pm Joe Steele:

This is my first chance to sit and comment since Hoof & Mouth. May I say, well done.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:11pm jeff-m:

thx for the Cabaret Voltaire!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:12pm Cecile:

Coffee for me. I'd like an IV drip. please
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:13pm north guinea hills:

time to brew some tea at work. i gave up coffee last year.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:15pm Cecile:

I'm cutting back. Makes me enjoy it more.

some days are harder than others.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:17pm Cecile:

YES.
chopin.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:19pm north guinea hills:

chopin following cocteau twins makes for a happy post-bday hangover at work. more '"C's"
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:19pm osvi:

Wonderful way to start the workday!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:19pm Carmichael:

I've never drank coffee. Even in the military. Even in college.

Nothing but tea for me.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:20pm Cecile:

aha! It is C day.

How about some Cameo?
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:21pm maria:

I'm mostly a tea person these days, but today it is black coffee, thank you very much
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:22pm Carmichael:

Or Caravan? Camel?
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:24pm Cecile:

Oooh! Cassiano - that hits the Brazilian vibe.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:24pm maria:

I'd love to play Cameo, but played them a lot recently so, on to other C peeps
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:31pm Paul from Minneapolis:

Maria Levitsky's show brought to you today by the letter "C."
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:31pm Golden Sours:

Maybe some Bobby Conn, perhaps?
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:31pm brock:

hi, Maria this is an awesome show
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:33pm north guinea hills:

as long as bobby conn involves some.....satan!!!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:35pm north guinea hills:

I've been listening to my physical musical media (non-mp3's) in alphabetical order at home (when not listening to new purchases) since September 2008 and right now I'm up to Christian Fennesz. It's completely arbitrary but I've rediscovered some music I'd never listen to again otherwise.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:36pm Jerz:

HA! Mariar! i love that
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:36pm Ghost of Ricky Medlock:

That 3 U comment just made my brains explode!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:37pm Golden Sours:

I've been doing a very similar project myself, NGH. You forget about some of the gems that are in your collection and it really takes you back to when you got that particular album.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:37pm Golden Sours:

I heard said explosion.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:44pm tomasz.:

i know i'm a little late, but coffee please! no British stereotypes for me.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:45pm Cecile:

we were at a Johnny Cash concert, and as we left, some young jer k goes 'what a lame show. He didn't say 'I'm Johnny Cash' all the time, and who was that crazy old lady who came out and sang with him."

My husband goes, "This is Johnny Cash! He doesn't need a catchphrase! And that lady is June Carter Cash! Her family practically invented country music! You guys are idiots!"

Reader, there's a reason I married him.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:47pm north guinea hills:

nice, Cecile, I would have just bashed my head into the wall repeatedly if I was in that situation.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:48pm Cecile:

He was great. They just stood there gobsmacked as we talked away.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:50pm Carmichael:

@tomasz: It's not so much the British stereotype, but the "less than manly" stereotype that irks me.

Oh, since I'm Irish, maybe the British one DOES bother me ....
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:51pm Cecile:

Tea is a manly man's drink, a girly girl's drink, a drink for everyone! My dad has drunk it as long as I can remember - he started because he had an ulcer.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:53pm north guinea hills:

And on weekend morning, an irished up cup of tea kicks ass!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:54pm coelacanth:

hi Maria ! 'checked out a very wee bit of your photography ...I'm impressed.. . .i must go outside to work, but Thank you for what i know will be a great show. . . .Cecile - i got angry before i even reached the end of that story. .Settin it straight w/out hitting them on the head...you married well.
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:56pm the screaming wheats:

hello!
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:58pm The Screaming Wheats:

Put us on the air. myspace.com/thescreamingwheats
  Wed. 3/24/10 12:59pm coelacanth:

oh! i've 2 more cents. . .That comment about british stereotypes was stereotyping. -ps I drink Irish breakfast tea, but today had coffee- hence my fiestyness.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:01pm Carmichael:

I'm drinking Irish Breakfast tea right this moment. You're a wise one, coelacanth, despite your momentary lapse of reason ...
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:03pm BSI:

Back from a bathtub o'curry gluten! What did I miss?
aieeeee, a Tago Mago track, alas....
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:04pm tomasz.:

Carmichael, Coelacanth: sorry, should have mentioned that i myself am English, so it was a shot at self-deprecating humour/playing on stereotypes... which would've worked a lot better if you'd know that. ha ha.

by the way, there're also a lot of 'C' people in the comments today... should i adopt a pseudonym for the occasion? t.x
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:04pm Jackie ny-ca:

George Gershwin.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:04pm tomasz.:

"if you'd knowN that", sorry. i am failing at this commentary lark today.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:05pm north guinea hills:

I drink irish breakfast tea usually (or green,or oolong) usually, but like to irish up on the weekends w/ some irish whiskey.... (i'm only 1/32 irish, i just like the work 'irish' as a verb....)
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:06pm The Screaming Wheats:

I like just the irish. A hot cup of whiskey in the morning.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:07pm J-Mar:

hey, I had Irish breakfast tea today too! I'm a big fan of Keemun and Yunnan teas too, though.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:08pm Cecile:

I like black coffee and iced green tea (no sugar)

YES: Dannon coffee yogurt was awesome.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:08pm BSI:

Coffee worshipper here. Kenya AA beans if available. Black as death. No additives. No nuthin'.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:08pm north guinea hills:

I quit coffee b/c it was fucking up my gi tract. in grad school i was up to 2 pots a day. it's nice not to have caffeine crash.

i started drinking coffee before going to my parent's church when i was 9.

miss the taste of good beans.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:09pm Cecile:

Could you play Citay?
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:09pm em:

yes, dannon coffee yogurt! i am SO with you on that! i was addicted to coffee flavor from early childhood. which explains why i put so much sugar in my coffee as an adult. which is why i don't drink it too much (vicious cycle).
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:09pm Cecile:

I like Tanzanian Peaberry myself, BSI. But yeah, rarely cream or sugar.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:10pm Brian:

Does anybody recall the "Coffee Achiever" ad campaign?
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:11pm bartelby:

My opinion is that Dunkin Donuts has the best coffee with possible exception of some independent diners.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:11pm Cecile:

Yes. It was amazing.
As I have ADHD, I call coffee "poor man's Ritalin."
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:12pm J-Mar:

Wait, you mean Dannon doesn't make coffee yogurt anymore? I guess they've got a lot more yogurt competition these days, compared to when we were kids.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:12pm Cecile:

yes, bartleby, I love DD coffee.

Some more Cs:
Carl Cox
Carl Craig
ConFunkShun
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:13pm LizGig:

If you really want Irish breakfast (or any time) tea, you need Lyon's or Barry's. Personally, Anything else is an imposter, even if the label says 'Irish' on it. (Bewley's is, of course, also an Irish blend, but personally I think it's [piss.)
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:15pm Brian:

Camille!
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:15pm coelacanth:

Dammit! i just came back for the dogs (er,canines) 'got sucked back in. . .Thanks for clarification,tomasz. actually i love coffee-i just dont think it loves me.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:16pm Cecile:

Chromeo
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:16pm BSI:

mental note: future song title: Poor Man's Ritalin...
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:16pm LizGig:

Ugh. Can I edit my last post? Delete the 'Personally,' and the '['. I am literate, honest.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:17pm Cecile:

LOL, BSI. I get a credit if it gets big...

And a good name for a band:
"The Scare Quotes"
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:18pm Carmichael:

@Lizgig: I miss Barry's tea a lot (grew up in Wexford, live now in California), but I found Harney's to be a more-than-suitable substitute.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:18pm bartelby:

You know Earl Gray was the British Prime Minister who gave Jewish folks the vote
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:19pm LizGig:

@Carmichael, do family not send you care packages?
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:20pm tomasz.:

wow, "The Scare Quotes" *is* a good band name! i'm sort of a collector of those. one day i'm going to have record one song as each of my great potential band names, just to stake my claim on them.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:21pm Cecile:

Harney's herb teas are superb.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:21pm maria:

Sonali Assam tea from India is my faaaave right now. get it in little India lex/29th street
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:21pm a guy in a chair in a cube:

Hey everyone. I've had coffee yogurt sometime in the past year or so. Pretty sure it's still around. Might have been Yoplait or something.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:21pm J-Mar:

Well, Earl Grey deserves a tea named after him for sure, but that's just not everyday drinking tea in my opinion. It's, I dunno, tea party tea (but not *that* Tea Party, of course).
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:21pm bartleby:

please play something crappy so I can go the post office
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:22pm LizGig:

Maria, superior show once again.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:23pm chris:

I'm with bartleby... gotta pee, which means no headphones... play something I *dont* want to hear
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:25pm north guinea hills:

don't worry, LizGig, i can barely post w/o an error. even after previewing.

@cool trivia bartleby
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:26pm Brian:

I'd go for the "Pull Quotes."
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:28pm mike in brooklyn:

yo, maria... where does that reframe come from?... i've heard that before.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:28pm BSI:

Rogue Ampersand and the Pull Quotes?
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:29pm Carmichael:

@LizGig: Nah, they don't care that much. I've started my own family here, and the old fossils back home are winding down, cousins into their own things, etc ...

The missus found a box of Barry's in the back of some import store. Totally surprised me!
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:31pm LizGig:

@Carmichael: And tins of Heinz beans for $2! When I was in SF there was a shop that stocked both Barry's and Lyon's. Kept me out of withdrawal.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:31pm slugluv1313:

insane in the brain, YEAH!!!!! GREAT SHOW as always, Maria!!!!!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:32pm LC:

Yay!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:32pm tomasz.:

YES! Cypress Hill. the two or three bars where the beat drops into kind of weird carny organ music is one of my favourite bits in any record.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:34pm yayson:

genmaicha, or maté
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:36pm BSI:

i'll second the maté -- so that makes me a coffee/tea double-agent. Schizophrenic, probably.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:36pm coelacanth:

if you (that's ALL of you,pref at the SAME TIME) are ever in new paltz,n.y.,check out the Mudpuddle (NOT "muddycup") for excelent I.breakfast,E. breakfast,& coffee they roast 2-3 X/week there...(their earlgrey's a bit too bergamotty (!)for me...i think it should be subtle)
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:39pm jeanne:

"C" is for COLLAGE!!! awesome piece by Daniel Crafts
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:43pm LizGig:

Everyone, if you come to Ireland I will give you cake to go with all this tea and coffee.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:45pm BSI:

ooh..... so speaking of the Christiane F track:
I take it "Gesundheit" is properly spelled with an "s" but I often see it with a "z" ... is it a crime against nature to use the "Gezundheit" spelling?
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:45pm Carmichael:

I may take you up on that, Liz. I'll be there around October, hopefully. My cousins are Dublin Northsiders.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:47pm LizGig:

Do, Carmichael. We are 10 minutes from the N7. Turn left at Moneygall, follow the road into the village, past the RC church and the Centra and park in front of the green. We're directly across from there. Closed Mondays. If I'm not there, tell them I said to put it on my tab.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:48pm LizGig:

You can also get the train from Heuston.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:50pm Brian:

Coffee is the corrective for catatonia.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:51pm Carmichael:

LOL, I thought you meant Jaffa cakes in the garden! You've a real storefront, then? OK, barring any financial disasters, we'll pop over.
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:55pm LizGig:

Oh we do. Superior cake, superior bikkies, very good coffee (roasted in Port Arlington of all places), impromptu tours of the ecovillage, chatty regulars, pretty village. Lots to like. You can check us out on Facebook if you like. Sheelagh na Gig (bookshop)
  Wed. 3/24/10 1:57pm chris:

Maria, would Nick Cave or Manu Chao be nice additions to the C Section?
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:08pm Cecile:

Be back in a bit. Need lunch!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:11pm chris:

You are the best, Maria! Con Mucho Amore...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:11pm slugluv1313:

NICK CAVE!!!!!!!!!!! oh THANK YOU Maria!!!!!!!! remix of "Weeping Song"?????
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:11pm tomasz.:

massive love for any Bad Seeds song with Blixa sharing the lead vocal. this 'C' playlist is sterling, Maria!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:15pm brock:

being able to pull out a show like this off one letter is pretty amazing
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:15pm dc pat:

circle jerks? crass? camper van? cramps? thee mighty caesers? captain sensible? count five?
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:16pm Jay from Scotland:

...some of my all-time favorites c/o J. Cale, Nick Cave and Cher Cher...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:17pm PMD:

Wow, that's Cher?
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:22pm jeanne:

CIRCLE X?
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:24pm PMD:

@ BSI, well, it's a crime against German nature. Do you care? use a 'z' and you are uncouth. 's' is the real German.
Oh, I want to go to Ireland!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:24pm dagwood:

Amazing show, Maria. I can think of Elvis C and of course the Clash.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:24pm chris:

cat power, exene cervenka... some more ladies in on the c action
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:25pm PMD:

OH NO! this Carpenters song will be in my head all day.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:26pm Karen Carpenter:

Purge!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:26pm brock:

love, love, love this song... and also the creepy version from Mirrormask
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:27pm BSI:

PMD: ah well... CD covers are printed by now. Guess it won't sell well in Augsburg.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:29pm Commander Corny:

C is for Cookie. and for Costello. and Charlie Mingus. and Charlie Christian. and Charlie Byrd.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:31pm a guy in a char in a cube:

C is for Creed, Helios and also Chrome for that matter. Actually this Ciccione Youth song reminds me of Cold Clammy Bombing which is probably why that popped into my head.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:31pm PMD:

@BSI, well, you'll appeal to all the 'hip' Germans.
@ Karen. Done. Trying to lose weight anyways.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:32pm BSI:

and Don Cherry. and Circle. and Crawling with Tarts. and Cluster. and Cows. and Cab Calloway. ...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:33pm dc pat:

CoCoComa, Carla Bozulich, Crystal Stilts, Chain and the Gang
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:33pm tomasz.:

i wish to second Costello and Cherry. ahhh, Johnny Cash. possibly the only musician to have become addicted to drugs as a result of a fight with an ostrich.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:35pm slugluv1313:

WAYNE/JAYNE COUNTY!!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:35pm dc pat:

thank the Lord...and Maria.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:36pm dc pat:

I read somewhere that Lux crammed a bunch of styrofoam cups into his mouth to sing this one.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:37pm maria:

Hey Ev.bdddy Can't play ever godam C in the UniVerse, but I'm tryin.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:39pm chris:

70's TV announcer's voice: Next week on day for night: rebirth, the return of the c section
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:40pm Cecile:

Chic. Hafta play Chic.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:41pm BSI:

it's a particularly "fertile" letter of the alphabet in my collection, I know... as well as M, for some reason
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:42pm Sucking D:

Ain't that the truth
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:46pm LizGig:

Maria, don't leave us!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:46pm Edley:

The Weeping Song is from The Good Son
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:48pm grubbus:

I've been wanting to hear this song for days!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:49pm bill k:

Dig the wfmu rag.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:51pm Looms:

... the very first record i purchased...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:52pm PMD:

Oh, please mash up Captain because now THIS song too will be stuck in my head!!
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:53pm Cecile:

Before I heard the Beach Boys' version, I liked their version of "Disney Girls"
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:54pm dc pat:

I wonder if you could mash up Capt. Sensible with this somehow. you know, The Captain Sensible and Tennille...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:55pm Cecile:

YES. This was exactly the song I wanted to hear. Thank you, Maria.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:55pm Golden Sours:

Smooth transition there, Maria
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:55pm Cecile:

I said Muskrat! I said wot? I said Muskrat...
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:56pm Bob:

Love this Chic song---Robert Wyatt's version too.
  Wed. 3/24/10 2:56pm dc pat:

OH! How could I forget?? The CONGOS
  Wed. 3/24/10 3:00pm Tim B.:

More Chic! Robert Wyatt too...
  Wed. 3/24/10 3:01pm bill k:

that chic song reminds me of "the most wanted music"
  Fri. 3/26/10 2:27am doc.umbobo:

Fine show, Maria.

Here's my fave caffiend treat: coffee ice cream, a shot of espresso, and a fistful of chocolate coated beans. Zooom.
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