Options Irene Trudel: Playlist from October 20, 2008 Options

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Music to laze around with, just like slipping into a warm, comfortable bath; bubbling with many stringed instruments and occasional live performances. (Visit homepage.)

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Options October 20, 2008: Discs from my scratchy past.

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Artist Track Album Label Format
Pearls Before Swine  Images Of April   Options   ESP-Disk  45 
Apothecary Hymns  The Marigold   Options   Jugendstil Records  45 
The Pentangle  Mirage   Options   Big T  45 
Joni Mitchell  Urge For Going   Options   Asylum Records  45 
Katell Keineg  Hestia   Options   Singles Only Label (SOL)  45 
Judy Collins  Who Knows Where the Time Goes?   Options   Elektra Records  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

Merilee Rush & The Turnabouts  Angel Of The Morning   Options   Bell  45 
New Colony Six  Things I'd Like To Say   Options   Mercury Records  45 
Norma Tanega  Walkin' My Cat Named Dog   Options   New Voice Records  45 
The Classics IV  Stormy   Options   UA  45 
The Troggs  Love Is All Around   Options   Fontana  45 
Donovan  Hurdy Gurdy Man   Options   Epic Records  45 
Paul & Linda McCartney  Too Many People   Options   Apple  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

Les Paul & Mary Ford  I'm Confessin'   Options   Capitol Records  45 
Julie London  Cry Me a River   Options   London Records  45 
Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley  Save Your Love for Me   Options   Capitol Records  45 
Gary Lewis & The Playboys  Without A Word Of Warning   Options   Liberty  45 
Claudine Longet  Hello, Hello   Options   A&M Records  45 
Yoko Ono  Who Has Seen The Wind?   Options   Apple  45 
Tommy James & the Shondells  Crystal Blue Persuasion   Options   Roulette  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

Laura Nyro  Save the Country   Options   Columbia Records  45 
The Association  Everything That Touches You   Options   Warner Brothers  45 
The Left Banke  Walk Away Renee   Options   Smash  45 
Tiny Lights  Flowers Through the Air   Options     45 
Utopia  Love Is the Answer   Options   Bearsville  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

Moody Blues  The Story in Your Eyes   Options   Deram  45 
Cream  Badge   Options   Atco  45 
The Cocteau Twins  Carolyn's Fingers   Options   Capitol Records  45 
East River Pipe  Bring On the Loser   Options   Merge Records  45 
The Stranglers  Always the Sun   Options   Epic Records  45 
Squeeze  If I Didn't Love You   Options   A&M Records  45 
Small Faces  Itchycoo Park   Options   Immediate  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

Lee Michaels  Do You Know What I Mean?   Options   A&M Records  45 
Nick Lowe  Cruel To Be Kind   Options   Radar Records  45 
Lou Christie  Lightnin' Strikes   Options   Eric Records  45 
The Mommyheads  Imperfect Love   Options   Sit & Spin  7" 
The Beatles  Eight Days a Week   Options   Capitol  45 
Nancy Sinatra  These Boots Are Made For Walkin'   Options   Reprise  45 
Buzzcocks  Everybody's Happy Nowadays   Options   I.R.S  45 

Music behind DJ:
Harry Revel's Theremin with Vocal group 


Music Out of the Moon 

Capitol Records 

R. Stevie Moore  Everyone, But Everyone   Options   Singles Only Label (SOL)  45 
The Cowsills  The Rain, the Park, and Other Things   Options   MGM  45 
XTC  No Thugs In Our House   Options   Virgin  45 

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Listener comments!

  3:04pm Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  3:11pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Perfect song for anytime but especially October sunshine!
  3:17pm Mark Fisher:

Thanks for the Joni.
  3:23pm Parq:

Irene, I lived in Boston in the mid-70s when, for a while, there was a real flowering of folk on the radio. Your show today is taking me back like a fast train. Keep up the great work.
  3:31pm ranjit:

The orange-and-green color scheme for this page is my favorite color combo! (Music's nice too...)
  3:33pm GP:

Cool to hear the original of this song..I really like her voice.
  3:34pm hugh:

happy beautiful autumn, Irene!
the first '45 I ever bought was The Sons of the Pioneers singing "Cool Water". Where did they all disappear to?
  3:41pm Cecile:

The first one I bought was "Old Fashioned Love Song" by Three Dog Night.
  3:44pm Bad Ronald:

Grand Funk Railroad "Locomotion"
  3:45pm listening john:

oh yes donovannnnnn ahh
  3:46pm Steve Gugel:

You're KILLING ME Irene - DON'T STOP!!! I love your selections - I haven't heard many of these in forever. I'm flashing back to much happier times.
  3:46pm GP:

Stevie Wonder "Sir Duke"
  3:47pm paulinbrighton:

Irene, you scratchy hurdy gurdy girl, you.
  3:48pm Bad Ronald:

Love the McCartney Lennon dis...
  3:48pm Parq:

Talk about evocative -- weren't these (second set) all summer songs?
  3:49pm listening john:

box tops neon rainbow
  3:50pm listening john:

irene - "freuently live" - spelling mistake?
  3:51pm Andy:

ex-Wallkill WFMU listener listening from his home in Wales UK. Nice Paul choice Irene. . .
  3:54pm Cecile:

you win, listening john. ;)
  3:59pm Joe:

So far, you show is exactly replicating the satellite radio channel my old alcoholic boss used to play when I worked the KeyFood deli night shift.

That is to say, you're replicating super awesome dopeness. Please, continue.
  4:05pm Joe:

also, newsflash: Dee Dee Warwick has passed away.
  4:07pm listening john:

also i heard Rudy Ray Moore aka Dolemite has passed away
  4:08pm listener:

not to mention rudy ray moore...
  4:12pm Cecile:

I always wanted to answer my work phone:
"Hello, Dolemite's Total Experience".
  4:16pm GP:

Slow dancing barefoot on the club floor, smoking still allowed indoors, a spilled drink, the patio doors open to the summer evening, cicadas and fireflies outside, candle lanterns lit on the patio, Her hair is down..a slow kiss.....that is what this show sounds like.
  4:17pm jeanine:

I was gonna say that this show sounds like WCBS-FM only ten times better.. but that's a better description.
  4:18pm Tvox:

You've got me falling in and out of sleep in the easy chair by the fire, metaphorically speaking. Audio hot cocoa. Yum. It's all about the midrange, warm bass, and muted high tones. Analog oil painting on the air waves.
  4:19pm paulinbrighton:

mmm, yes, very nice'ncosytoesy, Irene.
  4:20pm listening john:

it's all about post-coital cuddling next to the fireplace
  4:21pm Cecile:

ZOMG. I have Music out of the Moon - but I have it on a 10" record...
  4:25pm Joe:

Aww man... RIP Disco Godfather. Man, did he ever hate PCP.
  4:29pm Steve:

I've always cherished this one
  4:35pm Cecile:

Irene, were you ever into the Guess Who? Because you have played two of my favorite reliable hitmaker 60s bands already (association and Tommy James and the Shondells), and some of their more offbeat things might fit in...
  4:36pm Parq:

"Walk Away Renee" was doubly welcome, both on its on and as an oblique RIP to Levi Stubbs (the 4Ts covered "Renee").
  4:40pm Cecile:

thank you for playing this version - it's better than the Irish Steve and Stan Chevy Cooley version.
  4:41pm GP:

OK, Now this is the backseat Camaro stuff.
  4:47pm Pristine Angie:

I love your quiet piano interludes! They reveal an interior to the Autumn afternoons.
  4:50pm Joe:

  4:50pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, I love scratchy Moody Blues records!!
  4:53pm GP:

A resinous smell permeates the air. Smoke clouds billow. Eight track skips. Van will not start again.
  4:54pm listening john:

irene's show is causing eargasm in her listeners
  4:54pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

who was that kid that got married to Mabel?
  4:54pm GP:

BADGE..All right Irene...now you have played something for everyone..this is an awesome song
  4:56pm russell:

o yeah, the twins, awesome set
  4:56pm north guinea hills:

cocactuau twins! genius! thankewes!!!!
  4:57pm paulinbrighton:

Ah, the cocteau's
  4:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

interesting spelling, NGH!
  4:57pm north guinea hills:

aaron can't spell while doing work.... cocteau twins...
  4:57pm listening john:

creamin all over cocteaus
  4:58pm Joe:

I've always wondererd about that too, DCE. Whose kid was he? Who is Clapton singing to?

I blame George.
  4:58pm Swami:

Cocteau Twins shows were very much like a ceremonial atmosphere. Great set Irene.
  4:58pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

better than cock toes I guess
  4:59pm GP:

Im out, everyone have the greatest afternoon
  5:00pm north guinea hills:

east river pipe, stop irene, i need to be productive here at work!
  5:01pm Swami:

This is helping very much with my recovery from wisdom teeth removal. Got any Space Needle? Sorry. Couldn't resist.
  5:01pm listening john:

GP couldn't take the heat in here
  5:03pm Parq:

Some interesting theories on the lyrics to "Badge" here:

  5:03pm russell:

the stranglers, nice
  5:04pm paulp in rainy ireland:

thx irene for reminding me in shitty rainy windy recession bound ireland theres always the sun;)
  5:04pm north guinea hills:

i'm w/ swami, some space needle would kick ass!
  5:06pm russell:

i need to be at the pub.
  5:06pm Parq:

At the risk of over-posting, I gotta say that I've never had to turn Irene's show up so much.
  5:07pm SWAMI:

Wow. Squeeze. Senior year. Seriously melancholy and beautiful memories. Thank you so much!
  5:09pm Noel:

This is a great show!
Got any Crowded House?
  5:10pm paulinbrighton:

Used to play pool in Greenwhich with these squeezy guys, their office was above the fruit market there.
  5:11pm JTK:

I think I am back in my hippy days! Great show.
  5:13pm listening john:

do you have any jo stafford??
  5:14pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

OH yaa Irene you said it ... love all your "scatches" and sound is not measures in digits....
  5:15pm paulinbrighton:

and there was something nice about putting an album cover on your lap, too!
  5:17pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

.....When you could NOT wait to get home to play it that feling !!!!!!! NEVER had that same feeling after I purchased a CD ever !! no matter who it was !!!!
  5:19pm paulinbrighton:

and no space to roll up on a cd, tom
  5:19pm noel:

The wait between store & home made it so exciting. I live in the boondocks; I usually waited an over an hour. What a relief to finally get to that turntable.
  5:20pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

.... yes thinking about now all the "seeds" rolling off the album jacket while the first number was playing of the turntable ... hehe
  5:24pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

CHEERS Irene this number is for you !!!!! great 45 colllection !!!!
  5:24pm Bad Ronald:

Lee Michaels!!!!
  5:27pm gail:

What happened to Lee Michaels after he went deaf?? Wasn't that the story on him? Or am I hallucinating
  5:28pm Bad Ronald:

Singles Going Steady = Cover Fodder

  5:28pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

.... yea watching the label spin at 45rpm is kinda exhilarating ...
  5:28pm Bad Ronald:

My tweeters are singing!!!
  5:29pm Parq:

Irene, you're killin' me here! I'm gonna have to see if this thing goes to 11.
  5:30pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

The hi-end cymbals alone do seem to have more life and happiness I must say too...
  5:30pm joe:

Lovin' the show!

get some Spirit on!

or even....some fuckin' BEATLES!!!
  5:31pm Bad Ronald:

I think that's tambourine.
  5:32pm paulinbrighton:

Ah Irene, you timewarp'n turntabletwirl'n magicianess!
  5:32pm joe:

it's a sax.
  5:32pm Kenneth:

Great show. It's going to get a lot of archive play anytime there's a sunny day from now on.
  5:32pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

I was told I look like Lou Chrisie...but I don't think so ....
  5:32pm Bad Ronald:

talkin bout basher's mix
  5:32pm Cecile:

Google tells me that Lee Michaels owns the Killer Shrimp restaurant chain in CA.
  5:33pm Tom ( The Bactrian Support Network ):

Yes hope there is one more Indian Summer beach day left ...
  5:39pm NoNoAge:

An unmanipulated Beatles song on FMU?
  5:43pm kling klang:

  5:44pm Harvey:

Singles Going Steady!
  5:46pm paulinbrighton:

Anyone know what Mr Devoto's up to these days?
  5:47pm Su:

This show could not be better, Irene. Thank you!!!
  5:47pm Bad Ronald:

Hey Bulldog!
  5:52pm Sean Daily:

But I wonder if she's the one - but everyone - is talking about.
  5:57pm Bad Ronald:

No thugs!!!
  5:57pm john:

the cowsills so RAWK
(sarcasm-free comment, srsly)
  5:57pm paulinbrighton:

Ah, memorys, Cream's 7'', Badge, lying limp on top of the electric heater, darliesque, after a party; such beauty in death.
  5:58pm tim:

Irene! You play XTC from time to time, and that makes me love you.
  5:59pm Swami:

XTC! Didn't we chat about that last month Irene? I was wondering when you'd bust out Something from English Settlement. Bless you Irene. . .Blirene.
  5:59pm Bad Ronald:

English Settlement is an incredible album!
  6:02pm Irin:

Viva vinyl!
  7:47am DunstanRamsay:

Finding your show is more or less the best thing that's happened to me all week.
  5:25pm Alan Cynic:

What an absolutely lovely set of tunes & songs!!!
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