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Options September 21, 2011: Live musical guest: Mike Doughty

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jeff Lynne  Every Little Thing   Options Armchair Theater  0:03:53 (Pop‑up)
Scratchmo  Play That Thing   Options 4th & Broadway Records 12"  0:07:25 (Pop‑up)
Gigi Gryce Quintet  Caravan   Options Doin' the Gigi  0:12:10 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Hazey Jane II   Options Bryter Layter  0:21:10 (Pop‑up)
Lüger  Hot Stuff   Options Concrete Light  0:24:44 (Pop‑up)
My Morning Jacket  First Light   Options Circuital  0:29:41 (Pop‑up)
Primitives  Thru the Flowers   Options Lovely  0:33:34 (Pop‑up)
Vodka  One Meal   Options Funky Mushroom 7"  0:35:36 (Pop‑up)
Bill Wells Trio  D.A.D.E.   Options Also in White  0:39:33 (Pop‑up)
Alberto Mesirca  Dance of the Hounsies   Options Haitian Suite: The Music of Frantz Casséus  0:45:13 (Pop‑up)
Blake Shelton  The More I Drink   Options Pure BS  0:54:56 (Pop‑up)
unknown  Cinna Mon Girl   Options unknown  0:57:53 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  The Cows Went Moo   Options Don't Mess With the Power Child  1:01:02 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd (Syd-era)  Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk   Options The Piper at the Gates of Dawn  1:04:29 (Pop‑up)
Mary Lorson and the Soubrettes  Lately   Options BurnBabyBurn  1:07:36 (Pop‑up)
Dusty Stray  Requiem   Options Light Years Away  1:12:37 (Pop‑up)
Stephin Merritt (voc: Susan Anway)  Take Ecstasy With Me   Options Obscurities  1:22:12 (Pop‑up)
Biff Rose  Mama's Boy   Options The Thorn in Mrs. Rose's Side  1:25:16 (Pop‑up)
Dot Allison  The Latitude and Longitude of Mystery   Options Exaltation of Larks  1:27:54 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Richards Orchestra  Shutters / Nightmare / Playground / The Baby's Missing   Options Kiss Her Goodbye (soundtrack of unreleased 1959 film)  1:33:53 (Pop‑up)
A Great Many  Joel Says Mr. Tullis   Options http://www.youtube.com/AGreatMany  1:48:26 (Pop‑up)
Fountains of Wayne  Little Red Light   Options Live on WFMU with Michael Shelley, July 23, 2011  1:52:13 (Pop‑up)
Ten Wheel Drive (vocal: Genya Ravan)  Tightrope   Options Construction #1  1:55:32 (Pop‑up)
MIKE DOUGHTY and Andrew "Scrap" Livingston (cello)  Live in the studio   Options engineer: Ernie Indradat  2:00:03 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Day By Day By   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:06:45 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Na Na Nothing   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:06:20 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 1   Options chit-chat  2:10:08 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Russell   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:11:43 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Strike the Motion   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:13:33 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 2   Options chit-chat  2:15:31 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Telegenic Exes, #2 (Astoria)   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:19:11 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Casper the Friendly Ghost (comp. Daniel Johnston)   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:22:02 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 3   Options chit-chat  2:23:33 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Madeline and Nine   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:27:20 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Down on the River By the Sugar Plant   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:30:21 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 4   Options chit-chat  2:33:29 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  27 Jennifers   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:35:48 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:38:59 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 5   Options chit-chat  2:42:17 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  Train to Chicago (Drink Me cover)   Options live accompanied by Andrew 'Scrap' Livingston  2:46:45 (Pop‑up)
Mike Doughty (live)  interview seg 6   Options chit-chat  2:49:30 (Pop‑up)
Giancarlo Vulcano  Special Period / Todavía Nos Queremos   Options Unfinished Spaces  2:51:09 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:02pm hamburger:

howdy doody - or not so doody, just heard REM have split up.. :o( life ain't worth living anymore
  3:02pm G:

What, no dots?
  3:02pm G:

It's the end of the band as they knew it, and they feel fine. I'm probably the 10,000th person to think of that.
  3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

i lost my religion years ago
  3:05pm Wild Neil:

Hello Irwin!!!You Rock!!!
  3:05pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Jeff Lynne's still alive, eh?
  3:06pm Roy Orbison and George Harrison:

Thanks for reminding us, DCE.
  3:06pm Jeff Lynne:

Hey man I am here
  3:09pm G:

Is Scratchmo Amanda's uncle?
  3:09pm Brass Knuckles:

You left out the word 'nude' in your google image search.
  3:13pm PMD:

So nice to be here live! Hi Irwin!
  3:15pm Wild Neil:

I wish the douichebags in my office would simply leave...
  3:16pm Jeff Lynne:

just fart
  3:19pm Jeff Lynne:

Chet Baker
  3:20pm douichebags:

nah, we'll stick around for a bit
  3:20pm Jeff Lynne:

no way!!!!
  3:21pm G:

Kings of Leon have abdicated
  3:21pm Parq:

Must be something wrong with the signal; Irwin is breaking up.
  3:22pm Jeff Lynne:

love nick drake!!! i am so happy now
  3:22pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounded like he done CRACKED up
  3:22pm Wild Neil:

You are my f'ing DJ hero! Y!O!U! R!O!C!K!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3:23pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

take it easy on that meth creamer, Neil
  3:23pm trjijsh:

A sound for sore eyes.
  3:24pm Carmichael:

Wow, pleasantly surprised at the choice song offerings thus far, Mr. Chusid.
  3:24pm Ike:

That was a funny mic break. But the music of Kings of Leon doesn't even register enough with me for me to object to it. And yet, I get ticked off when subjected to most "adult contemporary" radio.
  3:25pm ex-Kings of Leon:

Stop trashing our band, or I'll drive my car into your house
  3:26pm Jeff Lynne:

Yeah Ike, just bitch slap them Kings
  3:26pm Kings of Aragon:

@KoL: We'll f--- you up, suckas.
  3:26pm Jeff Lynne:

may the pigeons poop on the kings again
  3:27pm Maria T:

In the thick of work, and for a moment I said to myself, "Oh, here's a Belle & Sebastian song I can enjoy!" until I realized what it was. Thx. Good tunes. You almost made me like B&S.
  3:27pm juli:

do you think nick drake would have ended up sounding like neil diamond had he ...
  3:27pm Jeff Lynne:

no like elliot smith
  3:28pm Jeff Lynne:

hag he not studied guitar
  3:35pm Carmichael:

Interestingly (or not), a lot of the orchestration on Drake's music was done after his passing, or in the studio after he finished recording. I've always wondered how much that changed the music as he saw it.
  3:36pm blackgreen13:

Hey all. Irwins ripping it up!
  3:37pm Kings of Aragon:

What if he actually saw it as being orchestrated by someone else? Many pop musicians have no to minimal input into actual hands-on orchestration.
  3:40pm dukes of blizzard:

i think he would have been turned into a joke
  3:43pm dukes of blizz ard:

like they did to jim croce
  3:48pm glenn:

a/ jim croce was crappy straight out of the gate. b/ nick drake didn't sell anywhere near enough records for anybody to try to make him in to anything other than what he was.
  3:50pm ex-Kings of Leon:

We tried to get Jim Croce for our band, but he was dead.
  3:51pm dukes of haz matt:

i guess so ... you have to be market-able
  3:53pm Carmichael:

How old are you, Glenn?
  3:54pm glenn:

  3:55pm Bacon:

Irwin sat in grilled salmon.
  3:55pm Ghost of Jim Croce:

I don't like you either. Fae skata kai psofa re malaka.
  3:56pm Wild Neil:

Maybe you have tiny pieces of grilled salmon coating your nostril hair...so perhaps you should use nostril hair shampoo and conditioner?
  3:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

hold the Blake Shelton, I'll just have fries
  3:56pm G:

Which posters today identify with this lyric?

Can you post a drinks count?
  3:57pm glenn:

apu pisu, muni.
  3:58pm Carmichael:

Really? Hmmm ... Seems you and I differ on the relative merits of messrs. Croce and Drake. I'm slightly older, but not much.
  3:58pm Carmichael:

After last night, I'm relating AOK.
  3:59pm glenn:

i love nick drake, i can't stand jim croce. or harry fucking chapin, for that matter.
  4:00pm G:

unknown? I can't believe someone hasn't rushed forward to take credit for this performance.
  4:00pm Wild Neil:

  4:01pm Carmichael:

I'm right there on the Chapin sentiment, although I hold a soft spot in my soul for Croce.
  4:01pm dukes of haz matt:

its clay pigeon right ???
  4:01pm ?:

it's such a fine line between funny and . . . creepy
  4:02pm Dickie Normus:

Yeah what he sang
  4:03pm PMD:

It's hard to write a business letter when Amanda is playing.
  4:03pm Carmichael:

Amanda is the Pete Seeger of her generation. Everything one needs to know about life can be found in Let's Get Plastered and Raid Circus World.
  4:04pm Carmichael:

It's hard to do your business while Amanda is playing.
  4:05pm Maria T:

DYING. "Take a running leap!"
  4:06pm glenn:

this is worthy of perusal. http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/health/weight%11loss-water-firm-told-to-remove-ebola-virus-
  4:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this always gets me going
  4:08pm Swinging London:

Alternate Album Title: "Barrett at the Gates of the Closed Ward"
  4:11pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I can make fun of most rock folks, but not Syd
  4:13pm Jeff Lynne:

Any REM since the breakup, sorry i was in the bedroom crying over REM
  4:14pm Wild Neil:

Poor Syd, made a lot of bad decisions...
  4:15pm Bev Bevan:

I'm thanking the Lord on high that REM finally packed it in. Wow, were they the worst, or what?
  4:15pm Swinging London:

Yes, that was the point of the comment, Wild Neil...
  4:17pm Major Label Suit:

Summer 2012: Eagles and REM co-headlining tour. Biggest grosser of the summer. In every sense of "grosser".
  4:17pm Jeff Lynne:

How dare you Bev! Are you a Toad the Wet Sprocket fan?
  4:20pm Roy Wood:

shut up, the bof of yas
  4:24pm Bev Bevan:

Can't say I've heard TTWS, not that I've actively avoided them. I am barely a The Move fan, Jeff. And despite my affiliation with the group, I've only been an incidental ELO fan, having owned at most, once upon a time, a bootleg from the group's heyday, and having heard them live three times, every one a winner. Little Feat opened for them--I mean, us--on one tour. Lowell George's Little Feat!
  4:24pm "Take Ecstasy":

Different arrangement from on the original release. Hence on "Obscurities".
  4:24pm Bev Bevan:

Right, Roy.
  4:25pm Jeff Lynne:

This song not to be confused with "Take Soy Milk With Me"
  4:27pm Jeff Lynne:

Is this the proto-Jeff Lynne!
  4:29pm glenn:

is exaltation the collective noun for larks?
  4:32pm Carmichael:

This sounds like Jane Siberry.
  4:34pm Bev Bevan:

"A fanciful name for: A flight (of larks). Obs."--OED
  4:35pm glenn:

jane siberry changed her name to issa. i don't get it either.
  4:45pm Nordens fåglar:

Johnny richard, good stuff..
  4:45pm Carpet:

I love being vacuumed during the long track!
  4:46pm glenn:

  4:46pm Carmichael:

Ya, I know Glenn. She's always been a little flighty. I think she finally flew the coop.
  4:47pm Tax Accountant:

Forgotten about? That loss was a great deduction for us.
  4:49pm moose:

i think jane changed her name back
  4:49pm AM Listener:

You know what's a million times worse now than even Dan and Joel commercials?

Any fucking LifeLock spot.
  4:50pm darue:

In December 2009, Siberry notified her fans that she had recently changed her name from Issa back to Jane Siberry
  4:50pm glenn:

well, she sold everything she owned, including musical instruments and beautiful house in downtown toronto, dumped her boyfriend of 20 years, and moved to vancouver because "she wasn't growing as an artist", as she put it. she's not flighty, she's absolutely batshit crazy.
  4:50pm Irwin:

@AML: No, it's the KARS4KIDS jingle. EXCRUCIATING.
  4:51pm glenn:

she made some great music, though, so i forgive her.
  4:51pm AM Listener:

O yeah, that's been around so long my brain knows to stop listening within a half second of when it comes on.
  4:54pm moose:

jane's a sweet kid
i have a cassette somewhere of when she came to the old station
  4:55pm glenn:

i'm sure she was losing a lot of sleep over what i thought.
  4:56pm Parq:

The FoW track just played, and the others they performed on Shelly that day (along with the interviews) are available as download freebies on the Free Music Archive. A word to the wise is a penny earned.
  4:57pm Carmichael:

I've always liked her, but I do know she's kind of a wack job. That's what makes her music unique, but also what probably makes her difficult.
  5:01pm glenn:

now mary margaret o'hara, there's a very cool woman who's made some great music and is as sane and grounded as they come.
  5:02pm Carmichael:

Despite being Catherine's sister ... :-)
  5:05pm abby:

i saw mr doughty in august (?) at the UCB; it was great.
  5:06pm Lizardner Dave:

RE: Doughty's "everyone likes what I did two years ago" comment, I think this is his best studio solo record. His best solo record over all is "Busking" which I think you can only get at his shows.
  5:06pm Mike East:

good tip, Parq. That was a great set.
  5:07pm ?:

He's touring now w/ a full band, check it out, he's a great live act
  5:08pm Nordens fåglar:

:) good music
  5:08pm Carmichael:

At the risk of ridicule, I don't know who he is. I looked at his homepage under Bio, but it really just says what he's doing now. Previous bands? What part of the world?

I do like what I hear.
  5:10pm glenn:

no ridicule. i don't know either, but if i had to venture a guess, i'd say...... soul coughing?
  5:14pm Nordens fåglar:

a player from Tellus, happened to be around at the time of a Good Climate (just like the rest of us right now), and we do like what we hear, soul surfing
  5:18pm Lizardner Dave:

Yes, he was in Soul Coughing. The end of the band was about as far from amicable can be. Basically he doesn't talk about it though I imagine he will in the book.
  5:22pm Mike East:

I used to love Soul Coughing in 7th grade. I remember that was like as cool as it got. Was bummed they split, but Mr. Doughty seems to be doing just fine. Diggin' the set.
  5:34pm RD:

I loved Soul Coughing. Personally, I would also love to hear Mark Doughty cover the Magnetic Fields' 'Reno Dakota". Can ya get him to do it, Irwin?
  5:40pm glenn:

aaah. open c sharp. my favourite tuning.
  5:45pm "Music of Your Life":

Sorry, our audience died or forgot ho work a radio.
  5:46pm "Music of Your Life":

how to work a radio
  5:47pm glenn:

ho work on radio is quite appropriate
  5:52pm darue:

what band was that you were talking about toward the end of the interview?
  5:53pm Bad Ronald:

Beautiful set. Well engineered. Thanks to all involved.

@Darue: Drink Me
  5:54pm darue:

hey... LORD I'M TIRED AND WANT TO GO HOME by the Golden Gate Quartet 1949

they do a version of Shadrack too Irwin.
  5:57pm david:

loving this Vulcano piece, Irwin.
  6:00pm moose:

i'm too lazy to ride my bike over to 7sd even though i'm just a few blocks away... maybe if there were naked girls
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