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Sunday morning coming up. Music for the revolution in my head: choogling punks; power pop, both skinny-tied and long-haired; soul shouters and girl groups; bubblegum and acid rock; Archie Shepp and J. Geils.

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Options January 26, 2014: The powers that be left me here to do the thinkin'.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Suicide Commandos  Burn It Down   Options Make a Record            0:00:00 ()
AC/DC  Ride On   Options Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap    1976  LP      0:01:28 ()
Hawkwind  It's So Easy   Options             0:07:41 ()
Witchcraft  It's So Easy   Options Witchcraft  TMC    CD      0:12:42 ()
Nobody's Children  Good Times   Options             0:16:23 ()
Moving Sidewalks  Crimson Witch   Options The Complete Collection  Rock Beat          0:19:11 ()
Stink Bugs  Supernatural   Options   Swashbuckling Hobo  2013  7"    *   0:22:14 ()
Death  Let the World Turn   Options ...For the Whole World to See  Drag City    LP      0:26:03 ()
Bob Seger System  White Wall   Options Ramblin' Gamblin' Man  Capitol          0:31:38 ()
Cult Heros  Berlin Wall   Options Bloodstains Across the Midwest        OG 79    0:36:54 ()
Edgar Broughton Band  Why Can't Somebody Love Me?   Options Wasa Wasa  Beat Goes On  1992  CD  OG 1969    0:40:28 ()
Howlin Wolf  Mr Airplane Man (alt take)   Options Chess Box            0:45:45 ()
 
Neil Young & Crazy Horse  Powderfinger   Options Weld            0:53:19 ()
Dundas  Bloodshot in Your Eyes   Options     1979  7"  Canadian, just like Neil.    0:58:46 ()
True Believers  Gusto Hungry   Options   Hozac  2013  7"  OG 1980 Jay/Rep  *   1:01:33 ()
Arthur Russell  Maybe She   Options Love Is Overtaking Me  Audika Recrods  2008  CD      1:02:58 ()
Circuit des Yeux  Bud & Gin   Options Overdue  Ba da Bing!  2013  CD    *   1:06:05 ()
Gil and Capinam  Miserere Nobis   Options VA: Tropicalia : Ou Panis et Circencis        OG 1968    1:11:46 ()
Gris Gris  Year Zero   Options For the Season  Birdman  2005  CD      1:15:21 ()
Giuda  Get That Goal   Options Let's Do It Again  Damaged Goods  2013  CD    *   1:22:14 ()
Cheap Time  Same Surprise   Options Exit Smiles  In The Red  2013  CD    *   1:24:32 ()
Sweet   Man From Mecca   Options   Bell    7"      1:29:07 ()
The Steves  Bad Is Good   Options     1981  7"      1:31:54 ()
Todd Clark Group  Flame Over Philadelphia   Options   Primal Pulse  2014  7"  OG 1985  *   1:36:32 ()
Poison 13   Warsaw   Options Wine is Red, Poison is Blue  Sub Pop    CD      1:40:44 ()
Electric Eels  Cyclotron   Options God Says Fuck You  Homestead Records          1:43:08 ()
Gibson Bros.  Cat Drug In   Options Memphis Sol Today!            1:45:37 ()
Linda Gayle  Maggie's Farm   Options             1:47:27 ()
Buck Biloxi and the Fucks  I'm a Disaster   Options Buck Biloxi and the Fucks  Red Lounge  2014  LP    *   1:49:52 ()
Silver Chalice  Wasted   Options   Munster  2014  7"    *   1:51:58 ()
 

Listener comments!

  Sun. 1/26/14 9:03am john juan de san antonio:

Good morning all!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:05am Nate K:

Mornin', welcome folks.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:05am fred:

Good morning Nate
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:08am LovecraftDude888:

morning
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...wooof mooorning me fellow warriors on the edge of time...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:10am Gloria:

Howdyyyy
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:12am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

writey write write me droogs:
www.headheritage.co.uk...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:12am john juan de san antonio:

Nick Turner's Hawkwind came through san Antonio couple months back. unfortunately missed that show.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:13am fred:

Lovecraft and Moorcock, I was reading that in my teenage years, decades ago
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:14am LovecraftDude888:

yep I'm still big into both...haven't read that much Moorcock in a bit..need to catch up and they are reprinting all his works in UK right now....
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:16am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

..I feel I'm pitched somewhere twixt Beecker the Muppet & Elric of Melnibone
...Witchcraft dude has hiz Ozzy down boyo...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:17am LovecraftDude888:

Beecker Elric Cornelius
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:18am LovecraftDude888:

Copey's site is so great. Was delving into his Krautrock book last night and was waylaid playing that stuff online
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:21am fred:

The weird thing is that I was still into both in my college years, until I read Joyce, and I've never been able to read what I liked before. Watershed event for me
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:23am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'm all about Kerouac - but let's face it - Joyce...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:24am fred:

Though I've never tried Lovecraft in English, maybe I should. I also stopped reading books in French and switched to English only at that time
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:25am LovecraftDude888:

I still haven't read much Joyce...always daunting to me. Also Dostoevsky somewhat daunting but I appreciate him for sure. Kerouac and the Beats I read tons of years ago for sure.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:25am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Middle-earth is There, & I've been - I don't need to visit all the time to know that...I'd love to hear Lovecraft en Francais !!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:25am Nate K:

It's inspiring that this music can accompany a discussion about literature.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:27am vron:

weird, I just watched this documentary, Death.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:27am fred:

@RRN63: The only Kerouac book I've read was the dharma bums, and I didn't like his voice. Care to recommend something?
@LovecraftDude888: It took me 20 years to finally read Finnegans Wake cover to cover. I used to pick pages at random. Ulysses was my gateway drug
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:28am Nate K:

@Vron so did I.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:29am LovecraftDude888:

sometimes it's hard to go back to reading certain authors once you've graduated to higher levels of sophistication that's for sure. Or often it is. I have a heard time these days reading most new horror fiction or Fantasy, most of it I just don't think is that great. It depends. And I rarely re-read HPL though sometimes. Or Arthur machen, worth it....all those guys. The earlier masters are well worth re reading. POe...Machen...Blackwood MR James all those dudes Walter De la Mare. Kerouac...Ginsberg....Burroughs all a whole other animal really. And Burroughs has little to do with the other guys.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:30am fred:

@Nate: I like mixing/messing things up. I've read Virginia Woolf while listening to Public Enemy
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:30am LovecraftDude888:

Darnit I meant to watch that docu. on Death but I cannot seem to find it yet! Have to see if the lib. has it
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:31am Nate K:

@Fred, nice.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:32am LovecraftDude888:

just checked..A Band Called Death...they have it but not at my home branch ok. Egads
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:33am fred:

@LovecraftDude: maybe you can ask them to get it for you?
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- always mention I saw the inheritors of Death - Black Francis - & they hit the spot.
...dunno fred - I like his voice, so if you don't - it's all the Vanity of Duluoz really...Say - here's some good early Deetroit Seger I don't know...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:34am Patrick F.:

Can you get things transferred to your branch? I think most do. Also, it is on Netflix if you have that.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:34am LovecraftDude888:

yep, I will order it up soon. I have like 3 other films already in pipeline as usual heehee We have no video shops left here at all that's been the case since 2007 or so
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:35am LovecraftDude888:

I did have the mail Netflix for a bit, not right now. I will look into that though
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:35am LovecraftDude888:

usually this library orders all that stuff eventually, anyway, but depends. Mine is particularly rich in that regard most of the time. They have all the new Criterion editions and stuff.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:38am LovecraftDude888:

place is like a country club! Though the upscale coffee machine that self grinds is out of order or missing now...very mysterious
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:39am Patrick F.:

My library has all kinds of great Criterion stuff too, but it's a total toss-up if the discs are going to be too scratched to use. No idea what people do with those things...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:40am fred:

Unfortunately, my local library only has books in French, which I just can't read. But I go to a great bookshop. Expensive but addictive... piles of books with coffee and tea and maple syrup hidden between the stacks (it's a Canadian bookshop)
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:40am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...or maybe - try 'Dr. Sax' fred? Fear of Joyce - yeah; they say read it w/ a guide - &/or I think I should just jump in & not worry about all the Levels; you can't let lack of complete understanding ahead of time stop you or you'll never get anywhere - I mean - I'll never be able to transcribe great Jazz solos I hear & speak about it knowledgeably like that - but I'm damn well gonna listen...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:42am fred:

it's called Abbey Bookshop, google has some nice pics
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:42am LovecraftDude888:

true true RR. go and do itte! As for my library, I find the Criterions are usually in decent shape, but the rest of them, depends, they do replace damaged discs here pretty often. But we have a pretty rich library here, funded well. But I notice they're starting to push the ereaders and devices and tablets now and training people etc.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:43am LovecraftDude888:

kool! wish I could go...we don't even have a decent bookstore in this town here it's sad.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...mainly though - I've honestly become practically illiterate since I got highspeed net @ home & become a musicstream addict. Where should I find hours to work fulltime - Listen, Watch & Read everything too ? Other people do it somehow...always them other Mods made looking Ace seem ez right ??...
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 9:45am Mike Sin:

I discovered "Wasa Wasa" in my later years (i.e., after 35), and I completely dig it. The session that they recorded at Abbey Road that preceded this first LP was finally released five or six years ago.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Howlin' WoofMu Batman !...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:45am fred:

@RRN63: my trick is that I don't drive, I take buses and trains and read instead
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:46am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- ah - me too but my commutes are short.
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:46am LovecraftDude888:

I do drive it's true, reading less...but in NYC I was always listening to music more than reading on the trains and subway...but sometimes reading as well
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:47am LovecraftDude888:

Abbey looks great...wish I were going there now
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:48am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it takes @ least 10hours/week just to read LDude's comments !...that's good - takes the spotlight off me...nail sticks out gets hammered & all that : p ...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:49am LovecraftDude888:

oof! I'll try to be more minimalist
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:50am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I don't have to read 'em if I don't want! I was the CommentMonkey - you can have the crown bro'...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:52am fred:

@LovecraftDude: don't! Coming from that particular Rabbit it's praise
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:52am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...in other words : ) ...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:52am LovecraftDude888:

thanks! how I DO go on as Harlan Ellison once said...that kook
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:54am LovecraftDude888:

this is easily one of my fave Neil tunes
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:54am Joey D:

Great show!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:55am fred:

Come to think of it, the PE/Woolf mix makes some sense: hearing "I've got a right to be hostile, my people have been persecuted" while reading "a room of one's own" isn't so out of tune
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- geez yerknow - fave Neil indeed - & I could - snicker - never get the title right ! Lessee - it's not 'Cortez the Killer' - nope...oh - 'Powderfinger' - wull - it would be wouldn't it...
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:56am john juan de san antonio:

powderdonut powderfinger
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 9:57am fred:

Weld is such a great live record... though I think Arc was tame as such things go.
@RRN63: Cortez the Killer is a fantastic track
  Sun. 1/26/14 9:59am LovecraftDude888:

I think Weld I'm still missing the CDs of both of those....have most other Neil. I need to get those..for sure
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 9:59am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Rare moment of stuck-in-office on a sunday morning, greetings, and BAH, missed mah hawkwind...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it duh othuh Rev. !
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:00am lulu:

This sounds good
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:01am Rev. Turnip Druid:

RevRev
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:02am fred:

You can't have enough Revs (rĂªve=dream in french)
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:03am dinatekno:

Fantastic set (as usual) Nate! Dundas sure sounded like Neil to me.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:03am Jeezy:

No! Go walk with her!!!!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:05am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- best cat dinatekno.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:06am Jeezy:

I think he roofies her at the end of the outtake version, right?
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:07am LovecraftDude888:

it's the familiar....that cat. Lucifer Sam. stuck in office TDruid that sux. I'm just coasting thru morning here myself.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:08am glenn:

mp3s for dundas here - www.kbdrecords.com...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:10am fred:

Another interesting sound coincidence is that Shia LaBeouf sounds almost like "bullshit" in french. Though what it really sounds like is "shat the ox"
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:10am LovecraftDude888:

his career is becoming that
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:11am LovecraftDude888:

God, that 4th Indiana Jones ...arghh
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:11am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...be a good euphemism for needing a plunger...
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:12am Rev. Turnip Druid:

My reward for being stuck in office is, our local record fair opens in an hour at a venue a few blocks from here, and I'll be done in time for a bit of financial violence (!)
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:14am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...you do have a way w/ a phrase Rev...
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:14am glenn:

well, there goes mrs. druid's new kitchen.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:15am Rev. Turnip Druid:

It's rekkids. Sacrifices must be made.
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:16am LovecraftDude888:

oh boy! blow some cash. I skipped a record show last weekend here on LI...was afraid I'd blow the bank I had to resist
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:16am LovecraftDude888:

I used to attend a lot of those shows years ago on LI and NYC too
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:17am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...if yer lookin' to be talked out of it ya may have wandered into the wrong support group...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:18am fred:

That's a nice reward for working on a weekend, RTD. I hope you'll find gems without breaking the bank
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:20am Mike East:

I'm pretty good at sticking to a budget when I go to the record store. If I only spend 10 or 20 bucks per trip, I can take more trips. The place by me is usually rocking WFMU, so its fun just to go and hang out for a bit.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:21am Mike East:

a record fair is a different story, however. Good luck, your Turnipness.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:21am Rev. Turnip Druid:

DC has recovered nicely in recent years. Used to have a fantastic record show in Silver Spring (nearby MD) run by a local legend recordstore owner (RIP) -- The new DC record fair has been going strong a few years and I'm finally gonna make the scene there. Got VISA, strong coffee, and crash-helmet.

For now, diggin' the Gris X2...
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:25am LovecraftDude888:

oh my! I've never seen a record shop on LI rockin WFMU or any radio....usually just the same bad music over and over. but not always. mainly. NYC might be different sometimes, usually it's in store system previewing stuff,, Kim's in E. Village does that
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:29am john juan de san antonio:

diggin' this!
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:31am Bryant:

First rock record I ever bought myself was "Little Willy" by The Sweet. Flip side? "Man from Mecca."
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:31am Greg from Bloomfield:

Great stuff, Nate! I feel like a capital-R Rock Star while I'm feeding my cat in my pajamas...
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:31am LovecraftDude888:

never much of an indie alt. culture here on LI we used to have somewhat of that in the 80s here to early 1990s..after that...I dunno. LI is more classic rock and roots and hippies and stuff. Mainly.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:32am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- another great tune (Man from M) I never knew the title of !...
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:33am LovecraftDude888:

ha library has Weld I ordered it up. They have all that stuff thank Goodness
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:33am Nate K:

@Greg from Bloomfield, that's the idea!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:36am Mike East:

the coolness of the record shop is not indicative of the surrounding community and culture, which is pretty square ass conservative suburbs.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:37am fred:

Bad Is Good Is Good
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:38am fred:

All I want in 2014 is for Bimbo Tower to reopen somewhere, somehow. World peace can wait
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:39am Mike VL:

Great track and very nice to hear you on Sunday morning, Nate!
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:42am Nate K:

Hey Mike VL thanks for listening.
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:43am hip:

Super Great list!!! Thanx for it all from the Africa-Europe border.
Have you all a great day.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:45am fred:

@Mike VL: are you Mike Van Laar? If so, when are you coming back to these airwaves?
Avatar Sun. 1/26/14 10:46am Rev. Turnip Druid:

@fred: wow, I meant to get to Bimbo Tower when I was there for the Qwartz fest a few years ago, but never had time. Everyone said it's a challenge to find, etc...
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:49am fred:

@RTD: it's been more of a challenge now that it closed its doors, but they still sell records every other Saturday. I wish they'll be back, there's just nothing like it
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:50am mike east:

This is the best Maggie's farm I've ever heard
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:53am LovecraftDude888:

what is Bimbo Tower
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:55am fred:

@RTD: They told me a few times I was allowed to pay by check, an exemption from their cash-only policy. I never agreed, the amount of cash I had saved for these trips was a welcome limit. Those bills are piling up though (not much, but still, they were meant to turn into records, and they're not doing that no matter how loud I yell at them)
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:55am fred:

@LovecraftDude: Bimbo Tower was the best record store in Paris
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:56am Mike VL:

Fred! Yes, it's me! Things have been pretty busy and it's almost impossible for me to do a weekly show. I try to do fill-ins every few months if I am able, usually on weekends. Thanks for saying hi, really nice to hear from you!
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:56am LovecraftDude888:

oh ok gotcha. That sucks it's closed mainly. from sound of it. Awful
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx Nate K ! Lurved it.
Avatar    Sun. 1/26/14 10:59am fred:

@Mike VL: I miss your show, but I guess you're being busy is a good thing. You're not forgotten, at least not by me
  Sun. 1/26/14 10:59am LovecraftDude888:

ciao for now guys...great show! on laterz...
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