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Options August 2, 2011: Smurf Airport

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
FRED SHELTON  Feelings   Options For a Very Special Person  Tiwiwas  1978  0:03:14 ()
SMURF STRETCH          0:06:24 ()
TANDY & MORGAN  Pictures on My Pillow   Options Earthrise  Straight Ahead  1986  0:07:41 ()
FOCUS  Hocus Pocus   Options Moving Waves  Polydor  1972  0:11:38 ()
THE BEN CHAPMAN TRIO  Opening Theme (2)   Options The "Live" Sound of....  Art  197?  0:14:54 ()
VOLDARAPET  Untitled #7   Options Voldarapet (cassette)  no label  1982?  0:15:55 ()
RAY MARTIN  Theme from "The F.B.I."   Options Thunderball and Other Thriller Music  RCA Camden  1965  0:20:51 ()
ESSENDON AIRPORT  Runway Rock (1979)   Options Sonic Investigations (Of the Trivial)  Chapter Music  2002  0:22:40 ()
RAY COLIGNON  Piccolino (195?)   Options V.A.: Continental Juke Box No. 4  Philips  196?  0:26:11 ()
DICK LOURIE & JED  Small Voice, Big Voice   Options Small Voice, Big Voice  Folkways  1973  0:32:11 ()
FRANK PAHL  Whistling for Terri   Options The Romantic Side of Schizophrenia  Fot  1994  0:35:12 ()
RONNIE DEAUVILLE  Smoke Dreams   Options Smoke Dreams  Era  1956  0:36:25 ()
ISCHIO ROMANTICO  Urban Deserts vs. Sylphides, Act Two   Options From the Hip  Shadazz  2010  0:38:27 ()
JEAN ROUTHIER  Fragment/ Bris   Options Endurance  Aurore Nocturne  2002  0:42:05 ()
AL MARGOLIS/ IF, BWANA  Cicada #5: Version Bohman   Options Rex Xhu Ping  Pogus  2005  0:45:31 ()
JUAN JOSE GURROLA  En Busca del Silencio   Options En Busca del Silencio - Escorpion en Ascendente  VC Discos  1970  0:55:18 ()
THE ALLEGRAS  Hey That's No Way to Say Goodbye   Options The Best of Kaleidoscope  RPC  1972  1:07:35 ()
HELEN LANDSVERK  Remember the Silence   Options Helen Sings "Run, Sheep, Run"  Lutheran Records  1967  1:10:53 ()
GENTLE GIANT  Aspirations   Options The Power and the Glory  WWA  1974  1:14:05 ()
DEPT. OF ED. OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND  What Will I Do?   Options V.A.: Hymns for Now: 1  Concordia  1972  1:18:44 ()
JAMES & KLING  Golden Home   Options Catch a Dream  Winged Salamander  1987  1:22:12 ()
IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY  Gallileo   Options Marrying Maiden  Columbia  1970  1:25:54 ()
WILLIAM HOPE BACON III  Glass Twilight   Options Billy's Revue  Memoire  1982  1:28:55 ()
WILLIAM HOPE BACON III  Time and Money   Options Billy's Revue  Memoire  1982  1:35:06 ()
THE HAT SHOES  Sugar Sugar   Options Differently Desperate  Rec Rec  1991  1:37:50 ()
THE MENDICANTS OF STANFORD  Martha My Dear   Options 1975  no label  1975  1:41:57 ()
ISCHIO ROMANTICO  Obturator Foramen Is Seven   Options From the Hip  Shadazz  2010  1:44:15 ()
JUDAS & NATASHA EXPERIMENTS  Gray Song   Options (Not Everyone's) Cup of Tea  Hair of the Dog  1991  1:48:17 ()
THE LARRY MONDELLO BAND  The Giant Hangs Around for Awhile (1990)   Options The Giant  no label  2004  1:53:50 ()
E PERICOLOSO SPORGERSI  Lodi Street (Part 2)   Options Chi Va Piano Va Sano  Stupeur et Trompette!  1995  1:58:42 ()
MARTIN COLLINS  Dr. Fortune Teller   Options Fit to Sing  Ph3  198?  2:03:35 ()
JIM STRICKLAN  Whereabouts Unknown   Options Whereabouts Unknown  Skinnyman  1980  2:08:45 ()
JIM BURRILL  Sovay   Options Vortex  Gyroid  1983  2:13:39 ()
DELAI ALAMOS  El Grito de los King (196?)   Options V.A.: God in the Garage  Gabriel's Trumpet  2007  2:15:56 ()
BOENZEE CRYQUE  Ashbury Wednesday   Options Soundtrack: Psych-Out  Sidewalk  1968  2:17:53 ()
SERGIO MENDES & BRAZIL '66  Chelsea Morning   Options Stillness  A&M  1970  2:20:49 ()
BUCKACRE  Older Lovers   Options Morning Comes  MCA  1976  2:23:44 ()
THE BROTHERS FOUR  (The) Love of the Common People   Options 1970  Fantasy  1970  2:27:08 ()
THE ALLEGRAS  We've Only Just Begun   Options The Best of Kaleidoscope  RPC  1972  2:33:29 ()
PAVLOV'S DOG  Valkerie   Options At the Sound of the Bell  Columbia  1976  2:37:03 ()
CHERYL DILCHER  Magic   Options Magic  A&M  1974  2:42:29 ()
PAUL KATNER  Lilith's Song   Options The Planet Rock & Roll Orchestra  RCA  1983  2:45:24 ()
POCUS HOCUS          2:55:09 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 8/2/11 12:01pm Artie:

and here we go.......
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

happy tuesday all, and hello tony!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:01pm tonyc:

Hullo dere!!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:01pm Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Tony!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:02pm jill:

happy day all!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:02pm J J:

2 weeks too long, brotha.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:03pm Ricardo Montalban:

Hola Tony!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

gonna be here only briefly myself before heading out, but will delve eagerly into the archives later today
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:04pm tonyc:

Hey there, everybody -- glad you're all here!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Glad to be back! Glad to hear you in the air again, Tony!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:06pm tonyc:

  Tue. 8/2/11 12:06pm listener james from westwood:

welcome back, doug! hope the vacation was a good one!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Vacay was great — except for missing Tony's last show.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:14pm tonyc:

Glad you survived your encounter of the lobster kind, Doug.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:16pm Doug Schulkind:

I was told you have to put them head-first into the boil pot or you'll hear them scream....
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:17pm tonyc:

  Tue. 8/2/11 12:20pm tonyc:

Playing now: a really rare Mexican cassette-only release from the early '80s. Part of an almost unknown experimental scene south of the border.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:21pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony, Drummer & everbody. No link on front page though. Lose some punters that way!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:22pm tahomajohn:

yeah! where is the play this live show button? i am getting Kamikaze radio via the 12k MP3 button on this page:(
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:22pm tonyc:

It is there, Brian -- but lower down the page than usual, for some strange reason.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:22pm Brian in UK:

Missed Focus, used to have the single, one of the great yodelling records.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:22pm G:

I got here from the homepage link, for what it's worth...
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:25pm tahomajohn:

i mean the 128k button.. not 12k ...anyway, uh, where is the listen to THIS show button on this page...?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:26pm tonyc:

I was talking about the link to this playlist page! (Just to confuse everybody.)
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:26pm Doug Schulkind:

The link to the show is now atop the WFMU frontpage. It's lower position was my error. (I'm a little rusty.)

To hear the show, use this link:
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:26pm don:

tahomajohn -- http://wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:27pm Ricardo Montalban:

This sounds like Klaus Wunderlich almost.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:27pm tahomajohn:

yay! i can listen now, too.. thanks:)
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:29pm Brian in UK:

tahomajohn, did you ever get to Turkey?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:31pm Ricardo Montalban:

Arturo Meza is amazing!
Have you heard his LP Requiem?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:33pm tonyc:

Ricardo: Nope, haven't heard Requiem, but do have some other stuff of his. Like it, for sure.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:33pm Ike:

Suggestion: Still need for there to be a way to remove this from the top of your live playlists: "Live Audio Streams: Flash (beta) | 128k MP3 | 32k MP3 | 20k Real | 20k Windows"
Because that just gives people the regular-flavor stream and not this here Drummer stream. Also doesn't Amanda put the Drummer stream link at the top of her playlists with her show title? Maybe that would help here?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:34pm Conrad:

re last week's Pablo Cruise discussion: I actually checked out their biggest hit (" Whatcha Gonna Do") and it was so horrific I had to immediately rinse it out of my head with the most evil noise I could find.

Let's just say, they're no Little River Band.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:35pm tonyc:

Ike: You're right: I should try Amanda's track. Thanks for the suggestion.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:36pm marcury:

Greetings Tony and all, long time no hear.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:36pm tonyc:

I mean Amanda's "trick"!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:37pm tonyc:

Hey, Marcury!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:37pm Brian in UK:

Conrad, to the naughty chair for five minutes. Three if you can desist from mentioning they who shall not be named.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:38pm tahomajohn:

yeah, we need a GTD stream button on this page! anyhoo, Hi Brian in UK...not yet.. we are aiming at next spring now..some stuff came up rhat pre-empted this year, dang it. but we are still aiming for next fall. .. and am still planning on checking out Lale Plak in Tunel / Selim Sesler as per your recom's.. :)
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:39pm mark:

Is this a lost David Lynch soundtrack?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:41pm tonyc:

Mark: Yes, this is from the lost Lynch film about Pablo Cruise.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:41pm tahomajohn:

Ack.. gotta run.. love your shows Tony.. i will pick up where i left off via archive when i get back ...cheers:)
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:42pm tonyc:

Thanks, tahomajohn!!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:46pm mark:

Mongo Santa Maria! Is that on Netflix?
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:49pm tonyc:

By the by, this is the voice of Adam Bohman.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:50pm Brian in UK:

Conrad pass the chair to Tony. It's not clever or grownup.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:50pm Doug Schulkind:

I'm afraid we are stuck with the top of the playlists showing the links for WFMU. This playlist page is generated by WFMU main database. Maybe someday WFMU's computer guru Kenzo can create an alternate playlist page for GTDR streaming shows, but today is not that day.

Tony, Amanda puts the URL for the listen link to the stream (http://wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls) atop every playlist. That helps cut down on the confusion. You can put it in the TITLE window if you like.
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:52pm tonyc:

I will definitely start doing that -- thanks, Doug (and Ike).
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:55pm tonyc:

Brian: Not the electric chair! No....
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:57pm tonyc:

More Mexican music playing now....
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:58pm Brian in UK:

No Tony, naughty. It's not PC. Loved the English voice on the Cicada. My daughter kept coming in the room saying there's something wrong with your 'phone!!
  Tue. 8/2/11 12:58pm Ike:

I like this track a lot!

Yeah, add that one to Kenzo's list, Doug. I'm guessing he has a long list though.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:02pm tonyc:

Ah, I get you, Brian! Very un-P(ablo) C(ruise) of me....
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:06pm Brian in UK:

You are forcing me to open a beer & fry some dabs. On your head be it.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:08pm Brian in UK:

Side Trips & Beacons from Mars?
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:09pm tonyc:

Brian: Have both of those Kaleidoscope albums -- on some future show for sure.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:11pm Brian in UK:

Tony, you have no idea how difficult they were to get hold of in the early 70s over here.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:13pm Brian in UK:

Hildegarde of Bingen next? She was a piece of work.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:13pm Ike:

...the heck are dabs? Are those like poppadoms?
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:13pm tonyc:

Well, your Kaleidoscope wasn't exactly easy to find over here!
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:13pm tonyc:

Yes, dabnabbit: What are dabs?
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:14pm Brian in UK:

Ike, dabs are small flat fish, like soles or plaice.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:18pm Ike:

Ah, fascinating. Are these eaten widely in the UK? Maybe with poppadoms? (The TV show Red Dwarf made me think that a lot of people in the UK are obsessed with poppadoms and vindaloo.)
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:18pm Brian in UK:

It's funny we were trying to fly a kite this weekend past. The connection being Gentle Giant were formerly Simon Dupree & the Big Sound, the big hit being Kites. They took to prog like a dab to water.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:22pm tonyc:

Brian: Just don't try to fly any small flat fish.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:23pm Brian in UK:

Well Ike sad to say the most popular dish in this fair country is supposedly Chicken Tikka Masala. The Red Dwarf writers took the piss with abandon. Many people like to eat a curry after an evening on the beer. Most of the curry houses over here are run by Bangladeshis and frankly are spicey with a gloopy sauce. There is some real tasty sub continent food to be had if you look around.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

I love the gloopy, saucey style of Indian food. A friend told me I would probably like the type of Indian food common in the UK.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:30pm tonyc:

Good Indian food is one of the main things I've been missing since leaving NYC two years ago. Just haven't found a worthy substitute in Portland....
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:30pm Brian in UK:

We do not make use of our natural resources here. For example, elvers, small Elves. No seriously these are small eels, we export almost all of them to countries lke Spain who appreciate them. Many people over here do not like fish for whatever reason, yet across the English Channel the French revere them. Enough ranting, it's making me thirsty.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:32pm Brian in UK:

Tony, you'll have to cook your own dishes, once you've built up a store cupboard of spices away you go.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:37pm Ike:

Eel is tasty. I've eaten good eel at Sichuan restaurants in NYC.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:39pm Ricardo Montalban:

The only really decent and affordable Indian restaurant in the Portland area - in my opinion - is Abhiruchi's, in nearby Beaverton.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:40pm tonyc:

Sugar, sugar, you are my candied yam.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:40pm tonyc:

Thanks, Ricardo! Haven't tried that one....
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:44pm Ike:

Even the Indian places in NYC seem pretty inconsistent to me. Sometimes good, sometimes bad, and Indian chefs move around frequently, so you can't trust a good one to stay good -- arrrrrrrgh! Jersey City's Newark Ave. (there's a long block that resembles Calcutta) has more reliable Indian food.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:44pm Amanda:

Hi Tony! Loving the show today -- Archies cover blew my mind. Hope you are well!
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:45pm Ricardo Montalban:

They've opened one in East Vancouver, WA, but it's probably nearly as far from Ptown as Beaverton.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:45pm tonyc:

Hey Amanda! Thanks for checking in!!
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:48pm Ricardo Montalban:

I've eaten at most of Portland's Indian restaurants and felt that the most popular and critically acclaimed ones weren't to my liking. Again, possibly due to me liking a Westernized, apparently English style rather than 'authentic' styles.
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:50pm tonyc:

What I want to try is the Viking food cart on 20th near Sandy (not kidding!)
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:51pm J J:

I like the appropriately titled album
  Tue. 8/2/11 1:57pm tonyc:

Coming up next set: folk psych from a cardiologist.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:02pm Doug Schulkind:

I prefer my folk psych from dentists. But that's just me.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:05pm Ricardo Montalban:

OMG! I just saw this album at a Goodwill! I have no idea why I didn't buy it. I think if I remember it looked moldy or something.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:09pm Hugo:

E pericoloso sporgersi - I remember that phrase from travelling around Europe on rail in younger days. Affixed beneath train windows - meaning (in italian) - it is dangerous to lean out - of the train window, that is. So now you know.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:10pm tonyc:

Thanks, Hugo!!
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:15pm Ricardo Montalban:

Wow! This track is amazingly awkward.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:16pm tonyc:

  Tue. 8/2/11 2:17pm tonyc:

Or awkwardly amazing, perhaps?
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:18pm Ike:

  Tue. 8/2/11 2:19pm tonyc:

This is supposedly *not" a cover of "Purple Haze," but an "original"!
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:22pm Ricardo Montalban:

Funny! Almost sounded like they were trying, but couldn't do it.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:23pm Ricardo Montalban:

I liked a Japanese cover on that great Big Lizard Stomp comp by a band whose name escapes me at the moment. Sung in bad phonetic English
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:25pm Hugo:


  Tue. 8/2/11 2:28pm tonyc:

Thanks, Hugo -- I'll be sure not too lean too far out the window.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:28pm tonyc:

Ricardo: Cover of "Purple Haze," you mean? Don't know it....
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:36pm Ricardo Montalban:

It's on a Japanese garage comp. Worth checking out. Silly cover of Hey Joe that's hilarious as well. I think it came out in the late 80's early nineties on an Italian label, If i remember correctly
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:37pm tonyc:

Just some advanced notice: won't be here in two weeks. It'll be a fill-in show instead, hosted by Archie Patterson, founder (in the early '70s) of Eurock magazine and Eurock distribution.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:37pm Ricardo Montalban:

Found it on Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Big-Lizard-Stomp-Volume-Two/release/1841264
I owned this record once, but traded it! On poor-sounding clear vinyl, if I remember
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:41pm tonyc:

Here's an interview I did with Archie Patterson for Beware of the Blog: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/12/first-dispatch-from-portland-an-interview-with-eurocks-archie-patterson-2.html
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:46pm Hugo:

Good idea. Tony, but if not careful:


  Tue. 8/2/11 2:48pm tonyc:

PS: Stay tuned for a little surprise bonus at the end of the show, following the setlist.
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:50pm tonyc:

Hugo: Love the second photo!
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:54pm Ricardo Montalban:

Thanks for another fun show, Tony!
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:56pm tonyc:

Thanks for listening everybody! See you in four weeks. Be sure to tune in for Archie P. next time....
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:57pm Ricardo Montalban:

Lol is still lol backwards
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:58pm tonyc:

And yodeling is still yodeling backwards!
  Tue. 8/2/11 2:58pm tonyc:

See you everybody. Stay tuned to Give the Drummer Radio!
  Tue. 8/2/11 3:03pm Brian in UK:

Dabs were lovely!!
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