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Options August 31, 2011: Performing live in the studio: Mary Lorson

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Mary Lorson

Dan Tullis & Joel Clark (four audio formats for download)

Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  Blue Note   
Fujiya & Miyagi  Sixteen Shades of Black and Blue   Options Ventriloquizing  Yep Roc   
Mary Lorson and the Soubrettes  Bubble of Pretend   Options BurnBabyBurn  Mary Lorson  0:06:59 (Pop-up)
Bud Powell  Monopoly   Options Time Waits  Blue Note  0:12:39 (Pop-up)
Nina Simone  Gin House Blues   Options Anthology - The Colpix Years  Colpix  0:17:30 (Pop-up)
Frank Pahl  Korf's Klocktower   Options Music for Architecture  Transmogrification  0:20:06 (Pop-up)
Max Richter  Autumn Music 1   Options Songs from Before  FatCat  0:23:58 (Pop-up)
Fred Astaire  A Shine on Your Shoes   Options The Band Wagon (soundtrack)  Rhino/WEA  0:27:54 (Pop-up)
Elvis Costello  Girls Talk   Options Taking Liberties  Sony  0:32:01 (Pop-up)
Annie  Anniemal   Options Anniemal  Big Beat / Ada  0:37:07 (Pop-up)
Fountains of Wayne  Acela   Options Sky Full of Holes  Yep Roc  0:39:20 (Pop-up)
Steve Wynn & the Miracle 3  Resolution   Options Northern Aggression  Yep Roc  0:42:28 (Pop-up)
Vincent Herring  Simple Pleasure   Options Simple Pleasure  HighNote  0:49:33 (Pop-up)
MARY LORSON LIVE  voice, guitar, piano, songs   Options engineer: Ernie Indradat    0:55:38 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  River   Options live  Mary Lorson  0:55:51 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  Busboy   Options live  Mary Lorson  0:59:19 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  interview seg 1   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:02:28 (Pop-up)
Eva Tanguay  I Don't Care   Options Nordskog Records 78 disc (1922)  Nordskog  1:07:25 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  I Don't Care   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:09:36 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  interview seg 2   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:14:18 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  BurnBabyBurn   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:17:12 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  Mancub   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:23:04 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  Bubble of Pretend   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:28:18 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  Only One Number 2   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:32:25 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  Baby Gets High   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:36:39 (Pop-up)
Mary Lorson (live)  interview seg 3   Options live  Mary Lorson  1:41:05 (Pop-up)
Bill Evans & the Tony Scott Quintet  Five   Options Day in New York  Jazz Door  1:43:42 (Pop-up)
Annabouboula  Dreams Come True   Options Greek Fire  Shanachie  1:51:16 (Pop-up)
Lecuona Cuban Boys  Tabú   Options Rumba Jazz: A History Of Latin Jazz And Dance Music 1919-1945  Rhythm & Blues  1:56:22 (Pop-up)
Stevie Wonder  Golden Lady   Options Innervisions  Motown  1:59:17 (Pop-up)
A Great Many  1-800-KARS4-Tullis&Clark   Options http://www.youtube.com/AGreatMany  no label  2:08:46 (Pop-up)
Broadway Cast  Gee, Officer Krupke   Options West Side Story  Columbia  2:11:32 (Pop-up)
Liz Phair  Jeremy Engle   Options Comeandgetit EP  EMI  2:15:38 (Pop-up)
Amanda  Sway to the Waves   Options Let's Get Plastered and Raid Circus World  no label  2:18:39 (Pop-up)
Barrence Whitfield & The Savages  Mama Get the Hammer (Fly's on Baby's Head)   Options Live Emulsified  Rounder  2:22:22 (Pop-up)
Megumi Hara  There's a Kind of a Hush All Over the World   Options Everlasting Love EP  Trio  2:26:37 (Pop-up)
Duke of Iron  The Music Lesson   Options Man Smart, Woman Smarter  Radiophone Archives  2:32:56 (Pop-up)
Shalini  This Is Telluride   Options We Want Jelly Donuts  Parasol  2:35:24 (Pop-up)
Mike Doughty  American Car   Options Haughty Melodic  Ato  2:38:32 (Pop-up)
Adam Benjamin  Adam Benjamin   Options Alphabets & Consequences  f.Boo Music  2:42:12 (Pop-up)
Nicolas Slonimsky  Children Cry for Castoria   Options Two Advertising Songs  no label  2:44:53 (Pop-up)
Marie Frank  Scrabble-Ina (comp. Neill Furio)   Options Swimmingly  Frankly Spinning   2:46:00 (Pop-up)
Frank Pahl  Chickencoop Cinema / Starkitecture / The House on Tulip Mountain   Options Music for Architecture  Transmogrification  2:50:36 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:03pm ...:

Hi Irwin!
  3:03pm Matt from Springfield:

No 'lipsis!
  3:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Shoved out--DE-NIED!
  3:03pm G:

@Matt: Never jump to positive conclusions. The world will constantly disappoint you. :-)
  3:05pm G:

Looking forward to Lorson after the recent trackage from her on this show...
  3:05pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: That is actually quite true--I have assumed that some things were going be horrible, and of course they turned out better than I expected!
  3:05pm WILDNEIL:

Hi Irwin! Whatever happened to Wildgirl?
  3:06pm G:

Better for the overall mood to be pleasantly surprised by good things than constantly frustrated after positive assumptions didn't work out.
  3:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

or remain neutral AT ALL TIMES!
  3:10pm Ike:

Hey Neil, didn't Wildgirl become allergic to the city and move out to the Midwest to grow catnip? She was back for the 50th (?) anniversary weekend bash. It's in the archives somewhere.
  3:10pm don:

Swiss Corporate Eyes
  3:11pm WILDNEIL:

@DCE-so be content, whether things are "good" or "bad"?
  3:11pm WILDNEIL:

  3:13pm G:

Catch phrase in Joyce's _Ulysses_:

Marie Kendall, charming soubrette

(it refers to a 1904 Dublin billboard for a music-hall performer that pops up multiple times in the book)

(that's my only prior acquaintance with the old-timey word soubrette)
  3:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@don: Swiss Chocolate Eyes!
  3:14pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that's my favorite kind of candy!
  3:15pm Matt from Springfield:

It is a lovely chocolate!
And, by altering yet another word, we get...

Swiss Chocolate Ice!
Yum, I'd like a cone of Swiss chocolate ice!
  3:16pm Mike East:

I just got an email request for studio space from Sonny Rollins Band and at first glance, thought it was Rollins Band...which is a bit different
  3:16pm Dictionarium:

"1. a. A saucy, coquettish, intriguing maidservant in comedies or comic opera.
b. An actress or a singer taking such a part.
2. A young woman regarded as flirtatious or frivolous.

[French, from Provençal soubreto, feminine of soubret, conceited, from soubra, to leave aside, from Old Provençal sobrar, to be excessive, from Latin superre, from super, above]"
  3:17pm don:

oh ya, Matt. need me some choclate ice. already fallen for a swiss woman too... And I never did get around to telling you, but i was impressed by your high pitched scream on the command of clay pigeon a couple weeks ago? or whenever that was.
  3:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Sonny Rollins/Rollins Band collaboration in the works. WOWZA!
  3:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: Didn't you say they came to your studio before?
  3:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: "The Angry Saxophones feat. The Rollinses"
  3:20pm Mike East:

Yes, Sonny was, not Henry...that's why I was surprised at first.
  3:20pm ?:

philly joe on brushes sounded really nice
  3:23pm Dave B:

"Gin House Blues" was my theme over the weekend.

Killed a bottle of Junipero and half way thru a Breucklen...
  3:23pm Dave B's Liver:

  3:24pm Dave B:

I had some help, but what better way to ride out the storm!
  3:25pm G:

@Dave's Liver: We all have jobs to do. Man up.
  3:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@don: Oh, thanks! It's difficult for me to make a high pitch that doesn't crack out, so I just went to my stairwell, and screamed while doing it! Yeah, that was fun. It's always great to get "the Clay Pigeon treatment".
  3:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Dave: Is Junipero that boutique gin from San Francisco? I've heard of some, and I LOVE gin myself. The problem is most are found on the West Coast only.
  3:34pm trish:

Enjoyed last week's Tullis and Clark. And this.
Dahh taaaah.
  3:36pm Dave B:

@Matt - yessir. Distilled at the Anchor Brewing company

Breucklen is a local sauce - their distillery is on 19th Street in Brooklyn.
  3:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Sweet! I enjoy Anchor Steam's brews, they sell several seasonal and special brews at beer stores here. I'm gonna try to procure a bottle of that Junipero!
  3:41pm Woo:

Gimmer some Greco!
  3:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Live music time!
Welcome, Mary Lorson!
  3:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Ernie! I've really been digging your engineering for all these live sets lately!
  3:59pm Khris:

Hello Mary from Iowa! Thanks for having her on the show!
  4:02pm WILDNEIL:

You are a wonderful singer, thanks for being on the show!!
  4:05pm Matt from Springfield:

(e-Tumultous Applause!)
  4:06pm WILDNEIL:

Ithaca-Horseflies! Frozen Cocentrate!
  4:11pm G:

for the detail=interested --

  4:23pm Laura L:

HI Mary! So great to hear you on Irwin's show!
  4:23pm ginger tim:

gear geek asks: what's being played thru what?
  4:25pm G:

there needs to be an online tuning fork at youtune.com

really nice set...
  4:31pm Robert:

Well, Wildneil, when HotRod was on the schedule a while ago, I got her (or him) mixed up with WildGirl just on strained thematic relationship. I'm easy to confuse that way.when it comes to remembering people.
  4:35pm dale:

beautiful set. a far cry from your love of mylie cyrus, irwin. huzzah!
  4:39pm Laura L:

In case it hasn't been mentioned yet, listeners might want to know:
  4:42pm Irwin:

Thanks, Laura!
  4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

(e-Tumultous Applause!)

Thanks for coming down from Ithaca to WFMU, that was a wonderful set Mary!
  4:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, this Greek rock is good! I thought it was Arabic or Middle Eastern, but this is great foreign [80s?] pop!
  5:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Likewise this "Rumba Jazz" comp, I've liked the songs off of this one.
  5:03pm Innervisions Fan:

Well, it's about time Irwin! I thought you'd forgotten all about this album the last several weeks! You're so easily distracted!
  5:04pm G:

Golden Lady -- Last song on side one of the original album. Which cuts were bad on that album, for its time?
  5:07pm Katya:

agreed, G
  5:09pm Clark Barr:

I got to get up for the down load...
  5:10pm G:

Suckage? Can you give us an example?
  5:11pm Mike East:

aahahahahahahaha! My favorite, so far.
  5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

A Great Many is a good remixer! We're entering new "postcommercial" territory here!

Evil Robotic Autotune!!! Which is pretty much regular Autotune, but still, this is unique.
  5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Oooh! YT page!
  5:12pm G:

Kars 4 Kids is orthodox jews trying to get goys to pay for their child charity organizations with the lure of cute kids and a tax deduction. Check online for exposés.
  5:14pm Horrified Commuter:

  5:14pm hamburger:

ah heard this from Curb Your Enthusiasm :D
  5:15pm Mike East:

I swear to god I was just listening to the West Side Story Soundtrack on Sunday...don't know why. I just came across it in my record collection and felt inspired. Good call, Irwin.
  5:15pm Katya:

Brilliant scam! Reading up now.
  5:16pm Ike:

West Side Story? Jesus H. Christ on a pogo stick. I wonder how big a dip the streaming numbers are taking right now. Heh.
  5:17pm Lizardner Dave:

  5:17pm G:

Some people actually listen on a radio. Visit a media museum if you've never seen one.
  5:19pm PiLA:

what did I miss?
  5:19pm ginger tim:

So what should it be called, Kars 4 Yid Kids??
  5:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@hamburger: This is the first I heard of "Gee Officer Krupke"! I've never seen West Side Story but heard various songs from it. I'm surprised I haven't heard that one, it's the funniest song from the show!
  5:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@P[ete]i[n]LA: I missed your new abbreviation.
  5:21pm Katya:

Celebrate Radio! http://www.facebook.com/pages/National-Radio-Day/265938896751291
  5:21pm hamburger:

@Matt heh - think that's the only song I know from it cos of that.......

  5:22pm Katya:

After show, we really should get plastered and raid Circus World. Whay have we not done this yet?
  5:23pm Clark Barr:

A day without Amanda is like a day without sunshine!
  5:23pm Ike:

Yeah @G, good point. That includes me on nights and weekends. But you can measure web listening far more easily and accurately. Not that it matters.
  5:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Katya: Every time I try, I find I'm too Plastered to find Circus World. Let's start Googling Circus World now, then get Plastered AFTER we raid!
  5:24pm G:

Thank g-d (or whatever) that The Powers That Be ended the no-Amanda timeout on this program some weeks back.
  5:24pm Joe Bacon:

I confess. I did get plastered in Jumbo's Clown Room.
  5:25pm Katya:

;D Life is better with Jody and Mimi. Nutty kids!
  5:26pm G:

It's a methodological issue, Ike. A definite number (current streamers) plus an unknown number (radio listeners) still comes to an unknown number. But when only has one limited metric, bias can occur by overfocusing on that more definitively measurable component.
  5:27pm Joe Bacon:

Uh, oh! I did google Circus World. It's a John Wayne movie...
  5:27pm Listening Out There:

Never heard "Hammer." Phenomenal...
  5:27pm Katya:

Matt, looks like CIrcus World is dead. Dead, baby, dead. Maybe we should just head to Circus Circus?
  5:28pm Katya:

Joe, it used to be a national toy store chain, too.
  5:29pm Joe Bacon:

Katya, I'm just recovering from the trauma of Amanda's obsession with a bad John Wayne movie...
  5:29pm Corporate Raider:

Let's get plastered and raid Kay-Bee!
  5:30pm Katya:

Here's hoping no one leaves the show with Megumi Hari's cover stuck in their noggin.
  5:31pm Joe Bacon:

Things could be worse. It could be Pink Lady covering that...
  5:36pm Ken:

Tonight at 6pm, Seven Second Delay Becomes The 1st Radio show in History to Offer Listeners Insurance Policies to Cover Future Mishaps.
  5:37pm Ken's Waterlogged Moldy Albums:

NOW he figures this out, the genius.
  5:38pm Matt from Springfield:

So, the premise is: You give 7SD money, and they MIGHT give you money back.
  5:39pm Ajax:

I really look forward to my weekly dose of Amanda. Today's was exceptionally great. Thank you!
  5:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Joe: I know who you're talking about--I'm surprised network TV, in 1980, would give them a show.
  5:41pm Mike East:

I once went on a date with a girl who wouldn't stop talking about how she used to go out with Mike Doughty.
  5:42pm Lizardner Dave:

This is on "Haughty Melodic"
  5:42pm Girl Mike Used to Date:

It's a Mike Doughty world, Mike, and you're just renting a space in it.
  5:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ajax: Excellent indeed! I would rec the "title" track of that album (from a line in "Profane Thoughts On A Car Trip")--one of my fav Amanda tracks!
  5:43pm Girl Mike Used to Date:

Fortunately for you your name is at least Mike, or you would never have gotten my digits.
  5:47pm Matt from Springfield:

YESSS!!! TY IRWIN!!! You saw my comment last week!

This guy makes The Old Codger seem a reserved gentleman.
  5:50pm Irwin:

Thanks Lizardman
  5:50pm Laura L:

This is a great song by Marie Frank--wish Neill Furio and Marie would do some new stuff.
  5:51pm Irwin:

This song is LITERATE.
  5:55pm Laura L:

Literate and melancholy but sort of upbeat. Whereas this Chickencoop song is architectural and cinematic in a chicken-coopy kind of way.
  5:56pm G:

Marie's website is in Danish, but fortunately I had to study Danish a little once for a research project...
  5:57pm G:

I should have added -- http://mariefrank.dk/
  5:58pm ...:

Thanks Irwin.
  5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Great show! Thanks Irwin! And thanks Mary Lorson!
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