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Options August 23, 2012

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Mott The Hoople  All The Way From Memphis   Options Mott  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Jerry McGill  Why You Been Gone So Long?   Options AKA Jerry McGill  0:04:49 (Pop-up)
New York Dolls  Personality Crisis   Options New York Dolls  0:09:11 (Pop-up)
MC5  Shakin' Street   Options Back In The USA  0:15:45 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  All Down The Line   Options Exile On Main Street  0:16:11 (Pop-up)
Bob Seger System  Ramblin' Gamblin' Man   Options Ramblin' Gamblin' Man  0:19:28 (Pop-up)
Junior Parker  The Things That I Used To Do   Options Duke 45  0:24:52 (Pop-up)
Solomon Burke  Time Is A Thief   Options Atlantic 45  0:26:03 (Pop-up)
Fats Domino  Before I Grow Too Old   Options Imperial 45  0:28:36 (Pop-up)
James Brown  I Can't Help It (I Just Do-Do-Do)   Options King 45  0:31:04 (Pop-up)
The Stewart Brothers  The Rat   Options Ensign 45  0:33:37 (Pop-up)
Arthur Conley  Aunt Dora's Love Soul Shack   Options Atco 45  0:37:02 (Pop-up)
Wayne Cochran & the C.C. Riders  Do You Like The Sound of Music   Options Epic 45  0:39:47 (Pop-up)
Willie West  Fair Child   Options The Toussaint Touch  0:45:00 (Pop-up)
Dr. John  Travelin' Mood   Options In the Right Place  0:48:30 (Pop-up)
Benny Spellman  Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)   Options Minit 45  0:51:30 (Pop-up)
Irma Thomas  (You Ain't) Hitting On Nothing   Options The Soul Queen of New Orleans  0:52:33 (Pop-up)
Ernie K-Doe  Mother In Law   Options Minit 45  0:55:05 (Pop-up)
Jessie Hill  Scoop Scoobie Doobie   Options The Toussaint Touch  0:57:53 (Pop-up)
Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris  Love Lots Of Lovin'   Options Wheelin' & Dealin'  1:00:10 (Pop-up)
Roy Orbison  Candy Man   Options Monument 45  1:06:16 (Pop-up)
Jr. Walker and the All-Stars  Shotgun   Options Soul 45  1:08:23 (Pop-up)
Freddy Cannon  Talahassie Lassie   Options Swan 45  1:11:19 (Pop-up)
The Butterflys  Good Night Baby   Options Red Bird 45  1:13:30 (Pop-up)
The Beach Boys  Don't Worry Baby   Options Capitol 45  1:16:06 (Pop-up)
George Jones  Knock Three Times   Options A Good Year For The Roses: The Complete Musicor Recordings 1965-1971  1:21:44 (Pop-up)
Terry Allen  Amarillo Highway   Options Lubbock (On Everything)  1:23:21 (Pop-up)
Charlie Rich  You Finally Found Out   Options Rebound  1:27:05 (Pop-up)
Dallas Frazier  Write That Down   Options The R&B Sessions: Elvira/Tell It Like It Is!  1:29:21 (Pop-up)
Tom T. Hall  I Hope It Rains At My Funeral   Options Storyteller, Poet, Philosopher  1:31:37 (Pop-up)
Porter Wagoner  So Many Hurried Southern Trips   Options Simple As I Am  1:35:00 (Pop-up)
Ronnie Self  Waitin' For My Gin To Hit Me   Options Mr. Frantic is Boppin The Blues  1:38:48 (Pop-up)
The Blasters  I'm Shakin'   Options Slash 45  1:45:40 (Pop-up)
Lloyd Arnold  Lonesome Finds Me   Options Memphis 45  1:47:26 (Pop-up)
Rusty & Doug  Louisiana Man   Options Hickory 45  1:49:37 (Pop-up)
Johnny Paycheck  A-11   Options Hilltop 45  1:52:10 (Pop-up)
P.F. Sloan  The Sins Of A Family   Options Dunhill 45  1:54:33 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Hughes  I Worship the Ground You Walk On   Options Fame 45  1:58:03 (Pop-up)
O.V. Wright  I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled & Crazy   Options Back Beat 45  1:59:52 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Allen Toussaint 

The Bright Mississippi   Options

The Bright Mississippi 

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Listener comments!

  3:02pm boogie:

damn fine way to kick it off, Ted
Avatar 3:03pm Ted:

Howdy Boogie.
  3:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Ted!
Very fine way to kick it off indeed! Scorsese's "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" also began with this song, played by the title character's son while zoned out to Mott. Such a great incorporator of rock music into his soundtracks.
  3:04pm Roger:

Who does this Giant Man song? I have been looking for it for years!
  3:06pm Tom:

When I lived in SF back in the 70s, I went to a show at Winterland that headlined Mott the Hoople and opened with Joe Walsh and Barnstorm. Joe Walsh played three encores, upstaging Ian Hunter, who didn't get any!
  3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Roger,
That song is Fabio's theme song--you're listening to the WFMU main stream, this is the Ichiban stream. His playlist isn't open yet, but in a few minutes you should be able to find the link on the homepage.
  3:12pm Matt from Springfield:

James Last, "Mr. Giant Man"
  3:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Heavy 1973-era dancing set so far!
  3:14pm mrmucho:

killing it!
Avatar 3:17pm Ted:

Thanks Folks, glad you're all there.
  3:27pm Richard D:

Hey Ted! Nice show. The Things I Used to Do is the most covered blues song ever. Guitar 'Eddie Jones' Slim is the man.
Avatar 3:28pm Ted:

Slim Is the Man!
  3:45pm Adam from NC:

Can we hear some Orbison? Maybe "It's Over"?
Avatar 3:51pm Ted:

I didn't bring that one today, but I'll play you another Roy Orbison tune.
  3:56pm Euclid Joe:

This set is prepping me for my next trip to NOLA in another week.
  3:57pm Matt from Springfield:

You know I was thinking of this when the last song was playing! Must have both come from Ernie's label, with the similar rhythms.
Avatar 4:00pm Ted:

Hey Joe, welcome aboard.
  4:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@Euclid Joe: Sounds great--also play some Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino and Frankie Ford, to really get you into the mood!
  4:04pm Euclid Joe:

I think we're doing a Jessie Hill mural on the store. ROCK!
  4:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Record store Euclid Joe! Awesome, I'm a proud collector of vinyl! If I ever go to St. Louis or New Orleans I would remember to stop and shop there!
  4:06pm Debbie D:

I love Euclid Records!!
  4:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Debbie!

The Butterflys! "One Kiss Can Lead To Another", that was the name of a good girl group comp.
  4:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, very country rhymes from Terry Allen!
  4:28pm Adam from NC:

Hell Yeah Terry Allen!
  4:28pm Debbie D:

Hey Matt. I watched Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore AGAIN last week....
  4:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Great film, and soundtrack of course. I first saw that this summer, for all the "guy" movies Scorsese's done, that shows he's also good at telling a woman's story. And of course, also introduced Marty to a young Jodie Foster!
  4:46pm Tom:

YES! The Blasters rule!
  4:56pm Matt from Springfield:

P.F. Sloan, the man himself!
Avatar 4:57pm Ted:

  5:03pm Matt from Springfield:

All right! Another great show Ted! Thanks!
Avatar 5:07pm Ted:

Thanks, Matt. See you next time...
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