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Options November 27, 2011: Collect Call

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Pye Corner Audio with Advisory Circle  November Sequence   Options Study Series 07: Autumnal Activites  Ghost Box  *   0:00:00 ()
Patrice Sciortino  Horizons Roses   Options Chronoradial  Omni  *   0:02:30 ()
Lucas Santtana  Recado Para Pio Lobato   Options Sem Nostalgia  Mais Um Discos   *   0:05:14 ()
The Yamasukis  AIEAOA   Options Favourites From John Peel's Record Collection  Cherry Red  *   0:09:49 ()
T.R.A.C.  Somn' For Your Ears (Wally Pish Posh Remix Inst.)   Options Rewired Instrumentals  Omniverse   *   0:11:17 ()
Banda 20 De Julio De Repelon  La Pita   Options Soundway Presents Colombia 45s  Soundway  *   0:15:18 ()
Frankie Ford  It Must Be Jelly   Options Heavy Sugar: The Pure Essence Of New Orleans R&B  Fantastic Voyage    0:17:09 ()
Orchestra Peter Thomas  Umpa-Lady   Options Orion 2000  Omni  *   0:20:12 ()
Russ Yallop  Rock Me   Options Crosstown Rebels Present Rebel Rave 2  Crosstown Rebels  *   0:22:10 ()
D.C. LaRue  Cathedrals   Options Disco Forever: The Sound Of Underground Disco  BBE    0:26:36 ()
 
Thee Headcoats feat. Billy Childish  Davey Crockett   Options The Kids Are All Square, This Is Hip!  Damaged Goods    0:40:59 ()
The Wild Ones  Wild Thing (Listen: )   Options 7"  United Artists    0:43:46 ()
Bobby Mandolph  Malinda   Options Heavy Sugar: The Pure Essence Of New Orleans R&B  Fantastic Voyage    0:45:52 ()
Billy & Lillie  Lucky Ladybug   Options The Golden Age Of American Rock 'N' Roll Volume 4  Ace    0:48:07 ()
Moon Mullican  You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry   Options I'll Sail My Ship Alone  Proper    0:50:26 ()
The Magnetic Fields  I Think I Need A New Heart   Options 69 Love Songs  Merge    0:52:54 ()
Sounds Of Soul  Perfect Like The Angels   Options This May Be My Last Time Singing: African-American Gosepl On 45 RPM 1957-1982  Tompkins Square  *   0:55:18 ()
THESHINING  (Tell Me) I'm Wrong   Options Hey You!  Young Turks  *   0:58:01 ()
Convertion  Let's Do It   Options Let's Do It  Sam    1:01:27 ()
 
Jimmy Ruffin  Tell Me What You Want   Options The Essential Jimmy Ruffin  Marathon    1:14:08 ()
Bionic Boogie  Dance Little Dreamer   Options Bionic Boogie  Polydor    1:17:10 ()
The Dinning Sisters  Hawaiian War Chant   Options Almost Sweet And Gentle  Jasmine    1:21:51 ()
Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy feat. June Richmond  47th Street Jive   Options Hip Hop Horay  STKM  *   1:24:12 ()
FAMU 2003  Stone In Love With You   Options no album  no label    1:27:31 ()
Elvis Costello  Every Day I Write The Book (Inst.)   Options 12"  Columbia    1:29:28 ()
Will Dandy & The Dandylettes  Sonny Boy/Oh Mein Papa   Options Favourites From John Peel's Record Collection  Cherry Red  *   1:32:42 ()
 
Bobby Womack  Somebody Special   Options Midnight Mover: The Bobby Womack Collection  EMI    1:41:51 ()
Della Reese  Nothing But A True Love   Options What More Can A Woman Do? Brunswick & Chi-Sound Sisters Of Soul  Westside     1:44:35 ()
Jimmy C. Newman  Cry Cry Darling   Options Mardi Gras: Vintage Cajun Songs  Master Classics    1:48:39 ()
The Rolling Stones  Far Away Eyes   Options Some Girls  Virgin    1:51:08 ()
Laura Veirs  Prairie Lullaby   Options Tumble Bee  Raven Marching Band  *   1:55:11 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 11/27/11 7:04pm Doug S.:

Greetings Monica! I'm still gleefully tripping on tryptophan.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:07pm dale:

happy post holiday monica and butter. i had tofurkey to my protestation, but was delightfully surprised. no tryptophan hangover for me, though
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:10pm Lani in the Catskills:

Sending smoke signals from the hillside (whilst digesting yet another leftover banquet). Hope you had a full-filling one too. Nice riddims, M.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:10pm CB1:

Off to a lovely start, Mo. Jim sends his greetings from Route 17. I hunkered down with post holiday cake. Tutti Frutti
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:11pm Turkey:

They always blame *me*, sniff.

What draws people's blood supply from the brain to their gut is all that carbohydrate to process and store. (Turkey and plain green vegetables are about the only non-carby T'giving menu items.) Meanwhile, the brain goes totally on the back burner, dontcha know.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:12pm Nashville Noah:

HELLO MO LOVE!! What is this off? "Recado Para Pio Lobato"?? So solid!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:12pm dale:

beginning of AIEAOA scared the crap out of my cat butters who was sitting on my lap and is now under the couch.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:13pm CB1:

Dear Turkey, You'll be happy to know it was prime rib. Thankfully.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:14pm Nashville Noah:

Ahh another Finders Keepers classic! Was JUST listening to Doug Shipton's mix; Dedicated Swallower of Fashion.....
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:15pm Turkey:

Good choice. I barely made it through unscathed, but many of my buddies in the corps made the ultimate sacrifice. Cowflesh is so much tastier, I always say.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:15pm Nashville Noah:

@ Dale
A cat named BUTTERS? LOVE IT! I have a cat named Betina, named after a Billy Childish song....
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:17pm Butter:

I'm no cat! I'm a bulldog - and 100% FRENCH!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:17pm emmagineering:

Cool pinup image! Originally by Enoch Bolles: <http://www.thepinupfiles.com/bolles.html> And in other sensory news, my ears are enjoying the cacophony parade of love, monica :)
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:19pm dale:

her full name is buttercup, but i call her butters or b.c.. seems easier somehow.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:21pm Nashville Noah:

Hey Emma... howdy from TN!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:21pm Butter:

Never mind.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:22pm jm:

this song freaked out my cat.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:22pm emmagineering:

hiya Noah! :D :D :D really dug that fmu tshirt design yr lady did! hope teh move went smooth :)
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:24pm monica:

Yo, Nashville Noah - that is on a label called Mais Um Discos - hope you're well, will reach out this week...CB1, sounds scrumptious to death....Dale, the digital glitch startled me as well. Your cat is Butters, OMG!!...Lady Lani in the house...Doug - trip the light you know what, m'dear... Turkey, you're always getting the short end of the drumstick...Damn, emmagineering, I'm impressed!...JM, cats need freaking out from time to time I've found...
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:25pm Nashville Noah:

Ahh thanks, we have yet to see the actual shirt, did you get one already? The move was exhausting, took 21+ hours to drive. Love it here too!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:27pm Nashville Noah:

Thanks Mo ?uestion, checking their site now!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:28pm moose:

hello from chilltown jc
great show! i'm an irregular listener
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:29pm monica:

yo, moose! thanks for tuning in.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:31pm listener gary:

I just turned the radio on. I thought I was missing something!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:34pm hwerd:

Whatever track you're speaking over is so good.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:35pm sugarwolf:

hi hi hi oh I am soo exhausted, I worked all weekend and I am so beat. Happy to have this evening off so I can listen to Monica's show!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:39pm Nashville Noah:

Collecting has become PATHOLOGICAL!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:40pm hwerd:

What's the name of the track you're speaking over? It's honestly blowing my mind. Wow. Great Tracks!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:42pm Nashville Noah:

THEE Mighty Mighty WILD Billy Childish!! Thank you!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:43pm monica:

hi hwerd, it's "latin lover" by mastretta".
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:44pm Nashville Noah:

I used to collect bottle caps as a kid, then when my dad managed a liquor distributor, I collected sealed beer cans...many years attending the nerdiest conventions ever, which would be for comics. Then music kicked in VERY heavily and everything else fell by the side.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:44pm sugarwolf:

I have been collecting an embarrassing amount of Betsey Johnson jewelry in the past few years.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:45pm sugarwolf:

I guess my yarn stash is a collection, too.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:46pm Nashville Noah:

My backyard in Nashville collects cats, there are 9 wild ones living back there.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:46pm dale:

paint by numbers. 40s and 50s figural planters. griswold cast iron cookware. smoking jackets and wacky 40s ties. early 60s cars. old honda motorcycles (gasp) shortwave radios......
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:46pm FreddieB:

Before ebay took all the fun out of it, I used to collect 10 commandment charm bracelets -- used to find them at church rummage sales and thrift stores. My favorites were the novelty figurals -- little charms that were supposed to represent the various commandments, like a sexy babe for thou shalt not commit adultery. Also had a lenticular bracelet that, seen one way would read the commandment and then seen the other, would again illustrate the commandment. I think I ended up with nearly 100 of 'em, and I'm probably the most nonreligious person you would meet.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:47pm Parq:

Collections? Well, I recently decided it was time to start using up my ginormous matchbook collection (we have an old-fashioned hand-light stove), which goes back to my college days. Been lighting matches from collegiate haunts, from my brief period of trying to rise through the echelons of the plutocracy in the heart of the 80s, through the places we celebrated with our kid, with stops in some 12 or 15 locales elsewhere in the US, Canada and western Europe. A tremendous nostalgia journey. Memories, of course, make for the best collections.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:48pm dale:

.....vintage ball and mason canning jars (blue glass only). thonet chairs. antique wooden tool boxes. early painted jelly cupboards...
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:49pm Parq:

PS. Holy cow, that is a sumptuous pin-up illustration on the page.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:50pm monica:

Hi Listener Gary, your chornological settings are correct!...Oh, S'wolf, my S'wolf - kick back, lady... Thank YOU, Noah!...
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:51pm dale:

every iteration of sears suburban garden tractor. farmall cub implements gene pitney rekkids. fiesta bowls...
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:52pm joe:

I start collecting things then lose interest. Mostly paper items - baseball cards, Old Farmer's Almanacs, bookmarks, menus, etc. The only one that's really stuck with me is bookmarks. This evening I am sorting through a recently found mass of keys I had collected as a kid.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:53pm Nashville Noah:

I used to collect matchbooks as well, had boxes and boxes of them. 50's smut pulp books, buttons (political, music, etc), At one point I thought it would be smart to collect rocks as a kid .... can we say COLLYER BROTHERS anyone?
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:55pm tr ish:

Sunday reclining listening as the weekend spins out.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:55pm sugarwolf:

oh, yeah, I totally forgot about my button/badge collection!
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:55pm G:

The radio is playing I Think I Need A New Heart
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:56pm dale:

i watched an episoode of bbc's 'cash in the attic' and what struck me was that stuff that brought the most bang for the buck at auctions was paper ephemera - postcards and documents with autographs.
  Sun. 11/27/11 7:59pm listener gary:

I started a collection of what auctioneers called high school art, wooden objects that boys were taught to make their first year in wood shop...corner shelves, brackets, scones, decoartive wall items, etc, made of plywood and shellaced. To give them some life I put ceranic dogs from the flea market on them...also granny sq afgans,,,and books, books...books..books.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:00pm listener gary:

Most of them are hanging on the walls of my bathroom...looks great but a bitch to dust...hench the name dust collectors.!!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:02pm cb1:

cb2 and I collect small portraits of people we don't know.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:02pm moose:

crank pencil sharpeners and toy organs
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:03pm Gary J Davis:

Loving the show especially wild thing. Listening in Tamworth, UK. About to start my own show on TCR FM this side of Christmas, I hope it is as good. Cheers.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:04pm monica:

Noah, it starts small and festers, doesn't it?.... S'wolf, that is why god made ebay, doll.... dale, you got it bad, and that ain't bad!...Oh, Freddy, Catholic school?... Parq, a life decision if ever I heard one...Joe, I see a paper trail.... tr ish, spins outta control you mean... G!!!.... CB1, that CB2 is a card! gotta see 'em some time... Moose, you're into mechanical things I see... Hello, Gary J Davis - best wishes to you in the UK and best for your show!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:04pm Rap Rhyming Dictionary Entry:

hands in the air --- just don't care
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:06pm monica:

btw, here's where my OFFICIAL Facebook page is if you wanna swing by. Just started it last5 week:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/MonicaOnWFMU
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:11pm tom:

I have lots of collections but what I can't get enough of now are 1930s-1950s factory/plant photo ID pinback buttons. They are usually surrounded by neat industrial looking metal frames with cool deco graphics and you get an interesting photo portrait of a working stiff from back in the day when WE MADE THINGS IN THIS COUNTRY!!! Pretty pricey on eBay these days so yard sales are my beat. Women from WWII plants go for $200 plus, kind of a Rosie the Riveter thing I guess
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:12pm Nashville Noah:

OH, and I collect BILLY CHILDISH records. I have every 45 he's made, ever comp he's ever been on, all of his related groups, and all the groups he's been affiliated with.... real bad!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:13pm Wise Man:

Let go of material things, my sister.

"Mobile unit" comment is Fripp from the frippertronics era of the late 1970s.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:14pm dale:

oster, mo
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:14pm cb1:

OSTER
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:14pm fred von helsing:

Oster blenders !
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:15pm Oster:

Cuisinart killed me. Bastids.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:16pm monica:

Oy, OSTER!!! Thanks, people.... Wise Man, YES - Fripp!!! ....Tom, that sounds like a great collection, and different,... Rap Rhyming Dictionary Entry - zackly!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:17pm listener gary:

autumn? I am in the winter of my years and I have closets full of boxes of things I packed up twelve years ago when I decided to go minimalist and rid myself of "trash".I have since moved three times and lugged them with me.I don't even know what is in those boxes...oh, yeah, I have three boxes of plaid shirts. I thought when I got really OLD some day I would make wool plaid quilts. I mean, where is my head!!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:19pm dale:

gary, i was gonna make a quilt out of my vintage bowling shirts using the backs and names. even bought a quilting machine. then i didn't have the guts to cut them up.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:21pm listener gary:

tell me about irt!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:21pm philosofish:

When we wife's aunt died, we inherited her collection of souvenir cigarette ashtrays from the 50s and early 60s. (Neither of us smoke.) So now they're our collection. They're pretty funky and interesting, with graphics from West Coast places like Reno's Horseshoe Club, La Sierra Motel (in Tijuana) and Las Vegas hotel/casinos: the Aladdin, the Sahara, and the Showboat.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:23pm dale:

ooh, and i had those satin pillow covers wwii boys would send home to mom. yard sales were ripe with those in the 70s.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:24pm monica:

philosofish - sweet!...
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:25pm monica:

Listener Gary, the older ya get, the harder it is to shlep it around... dale, courgae.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:26pm cb1:

My Aunt Edith had an awesome collection of salt and pepper shakers during the 50s and 60s - two corner cupboards stuffed to the gills. Always wondered what happened to them.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:28pm dale:

now i'm trolling ebay. thanks mo!!!!
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:31pm Doug S.:

I'll always adore Andy Kirk for being making Mary Lou Williams his musical director.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:35pm monica:

cb1 - classic, both aunt edith and salt shakers!... my pleasure, dale... Doug S., super cool indeed...
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:35pm dale:

gotta check out. good nite gang....
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:41pm Oyster Pie:

My grandmother collected salt and pepper shakers. She gave me a set of figurines of cuddly bears hugging. country kitsch.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:45pm cb1:

Mo, My Aunt Edith also had the greatest 3 piece sectional - you'd have loved it. Took up most of her LR.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:47pm Don (trip dub):

Bobby Womack with strings! Holly Holy and just having listened to Neal Diamond's Christmas take on Phil Spector's Darlene Love in the mall. One can get mighty confused sometimes. Thanks for putting it all in perspective.
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:53pm monica:

thanks for checkin' in with that, Don (trip dub).... Oyster Pie, kitsch with love...
  Sun. 11/27/11 8:56pm monica:

THANKS ALL FOR HANGIN' TONIGHT!! See you next Sunday. Please stay tuned for Mary Wing, Therese, and The Frwo Show with Jesse!
  Sun. 11/27/11 9:05pm lourdes:

monica it seems you are a goddess!!!
can u please tell me the name of the christmas jingle that sounds like i wanna b sedated played somewhere btwn 8:10 - 8:30pm.
love ya dudette!
  Mon. 11/28/11 7:05pm monica:

hi lordes! it's "i wanna be sedated" by nutley brass. e-z to find and great. thanks for tuning in.
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