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March 22, 2014 Favoriting
It's been a long cold shitey Winter
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Favoriting The Cherry Blossom Clinic with hostess Terre T

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Wednesday 6 - 8pm (EDT) | On WFMU's Rock'N'Soul Radio
Note: The music bed between sets is the william orbit remix of pierre henry's "psyche rock" taken from the 1997 album metamorphose -- messe pour le temps present featuring the music of pierre henry and michel colombier (FFRR/polygram 4562942).

The last column may have tons or NO info depending on how reliable my notes are. (I write up the set list as I play it)
Artist Title Album, Label, Format, Year, Notes (NR = New Release) Approx. start time
THE MOVE  Cherry Blossom Cilnic Revisited   Favoriting Shazam!. A&M. LP. (1970) 0:00:00 Pop-up)  
JOEL RL PHELPS  Cherry Blossom Hours   Favoriting no album title. Joel RL Phelps. Joel RL Phelps' Facebook and Soundcloud. New LP "Gala" out now on 12XU! 0:07:18 Pop-up)  
THE LEMON DROPS  I Live In The Springtime   Favoriting (v/) Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965–1968. Rhino. Boxed set. (1998) 0:09:44 Pop-up)  
BABYLON DANCE BAND  Comes Change   Favoriting (v/a) Bold Beginnings - An Incomplete Collection Of Louisville Punk 1978-1983. Noise Pollution. CD. (2007) 0:13:15 Pop-up)  
LITERATURE  Arab Spring   Favoriting Arab Spring. Square of Opposition/Austin Town Hall. LP. (2012) 0:14:31 Pop-up)  
TYVEK  Early Spring   Favoriting On Triple Beams. In The Red. CD. (2012) 0:16:47 Pop-up)  
RITES OF SPRING  Spring   Favoriting End on End. Dischord. CD. (1987) 0:18:17 Pop-up)  
CHEN JIE & GOLDEN MELODY BAND  Spring Wind Kisses My Face   Favoriting (v/a) Singapore A-Go-Go. Sublime Frequencies. CD. (2009) 0:20:54 Pop-up)  
DIRTBOMBS  No More Rainy Days/Sun Sound Interlude   Favoriting Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey!. In The Red. CD. (2013) -NR 0:23:53 Pop-up)  
FACTORY  Try a Little Sunshine   Favoriting (v/a) The Perfumed Garden. Past & Present. Boxed set. (2009) 0:27:45 Pop-up)  
DENNIS DIKEN WITH BELL SOUND  The Sun's Gonna Shine in the Morning   Favoriting Late Music. CRYPTOVISION. (2009) 0:30:45 Pop-up)  
THE AARDVARKS  I'm Higher Than I'm Down   Favoriting (v/a) Scream Loud!! The Fenton Story. Way Back. CD. (2007) 0:33:40 Pop-up)  
CRAZY ELEPHANT  Sunshine, Red Wine   Favoriting "Sunshine, Red Wine" b/w "Pam". Bell. 7". (1969) 0:35:55 Pop-up)  
EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS  Do Anything You Wanna Do   Favoriting Life On The Line. Caption Oi!. CD. (2000) Reissue of 1977 LP 0:38:45 Pop-up)  
ERIK & THE SMOKE PONIES  I'll Give You More   Favoriting (v/a) Psychedelic States: New York In The 60s Vol. 3. Gear Fab. CD. (2011) 0:42:56 Pop-up)  
ORIGINAL SINS  Drop Out   Favoriting Acidbubblepunk. Psonik. CD. (1994) 0:44:27 Pop-up)  
SPACE ROCK  Going Down the Road   Favoriting (v/a) Michigan Meltdown Volume 2 - Twelve More Non-Hits From Pleasant Peninsula Preternaturals And Water Wonderland Weirdos. Coney Dog Records . LP. (2013) 0:47:28 Pop-up)  
THE BANSHEES  Project Blue   Favoriting (v/a) Pebbles Vol. 9. BFD. LP. (1980) 0:51:09 Pop-up)  
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS  Why Don't You Try My Love   Favoriting Surely They Were Sons of God. Crypt. CD. (1990) 0:54:02 Pop-up)  
THE SLOTHS  Wanna New Life   Favoriting Wanna New Life. The Sloths. MP3. (2013) -NR 0:55:55 Pop-up)  
CINECYDE  Don't Come Crying to Me   Favoriting I Left My Heart In Detroit City. Tremor. LP. (1982) 0:57:51 Pop-up)  
THE SCREWS  You're Just A Bum   Favoriting Hate Filled Classics. In The Red. CD. (1998) 1:01:25 Pop-up)  
STEROID KIDDIES  Dumb, Dumb   Favoriting (v/a) Bored Teenagers Vol. 4: 16 Great British Punk Originals '77 - '82. Bin Liner. CD. (2006) 1:02:56 Pop-up)  
COCK SPARRER  Argy Bargy   Favoriting Shock Troops. Taang! Records. CD. (2001) Reissue of 1983 LP plus bonus tracks 1:04:33 Pop-up)  
THE ARROWS  Toughen Up   Favoriting Velvet Tinmine (20 Junk Shop Glam Ravers). RPM. CD. (2003) 1:09:41 Pop-up)  
THE DAMNED  I Think I'm Wonderful   Favoriting Strawberries. Castle. CD. (2005) Reissue of 1982 LP plus bonus tracks 1:10:01 Pop-up)  
MR. AIRPLANE MAN  Make You Mine   Favoriting C'mon DJ. In The Red. CD. (2004) 1:13:23 Pop-up)  
WHITE MYSTERY  Secret Garden   Favoriting Telepathic. White Mystery. CD. (2013) -NR 1:16:20 Pop-up)  
LORI BURTON  There Is No Way (To Stop Lovin' You)   Favoriting Breakout. Rev-Ola. CD. (2005) Reissue of 1967 LP 1:18:21 Pop-up)  
BETTYE LAVETTE  My Train's Comin' In   Favoriting Do Your Duty. Sundazed. LP. (2006) 1969-1970 recordings 1:20:42 Pop-up)  
MARTHA REEVES & THE VANDELLAS  Show Me The Way   Favoriting Ridin High. Motown. LP. (1968) 1:23:13 Pop-up)  
LOVE EXCHANGE  Swallow the Sun (Dark on You Now)   Favoriting (v/a) Nuggets From the Golden State - Crystalize Your Mind. Big Beat. CD. (1995) Originally 1967 1:24:57 Pop-up)  
SUBSONICS  Peanuts   Favoriting In the Black Spot. Slovenly. CD. (2012) 1:27:56 Pop-up)  
DING-DONGS  To Be Mine   Favoriting Rang Tang Ding Dong. Norton. LP. -NR 1:29:26 Pop-up)  
MC5  Tonight   Favoriting Back in the USA. Atlantic/Rhino. CD. (1992) Reissue of 1970 LP 1:31:23 Pop-up)  
LA LA BROOKS  Crazy For You   Favoriting All Or Nothing. Norton. CD. (2013) 1:33:32 Pop-up)  
GIORGIO MORODER  Doo-Bee-Doo-Bee   Favoriting VA: Schlagermoroder Vol. 1, 1966-1975. Repertoire. CD. (2013) 1:37:06 Pop-up)  
REAL KIDS  Do the Boob   Favoriting The Real Kids. Norton. CD. (1991) Reissue of 1977 LP 1:39:23 Pop-up)  
TRANSISTORS  Your Life Could Be So Easy   Favoriting Is This Anything?. Arch Hill. CD. (2013) 1:41:08 Pop-up)  
INSULTS  Zombie Lover   Favoriting Population Zero 7". Last Laugh. 7". Reissue of 1979 single -NR 1:44:01 Pop-up)  
SPITS  Fallout Beach   Favoriting The Spits. In The Red. CD. (2011) 1:45:47 Pop-up)  
FA BONX  The Rinda   Favoriting The Rinda 7". What's Your Rupture?. 7". -NR 1:47:40 Pop-up)  
A GIANT DOG  All I Wanted   Favoriting Bone. Tic Tac Totally. CD. (2013) 1:50:00 Pop-up)  
GRAHAM PARKER  Discovering Japan   Favoriting Squeezing Out Sparks. Arista. LP. (1979) 1:52:35 Pop-up)  
JOHNNY NOISE  Psychedelic Bitch   Favoriting The Day is Coming. Siltbreeze. LP. -NR 2:08:17 Pop-up)  
PLASTIC BLUES BAND  Gone   Favoriting (v/a) Florida Punk From the Sixties. Eva. LP. (1983) 2:09:47 Pop-up)  
TY SEGALL  Would You Be My Love   Favoriting Twins. Drag City. LP. (2012) 2:11:52 Pop-up)  
MOTORHEAD  City Kids   Favoriting On Parole. United Artists. LP. (1979) From 1976. cover of a Pink Fairies track 2:13:59 Pop-up)  
PROTO IDIOT  You Can't Hide   Favoriting You Can't Hide 7". Trouble In Mind. 7". -NR 2:17:57 Pop-up)  
DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND  Shark   Favoriting Shark 7". HoZac. 7". 1975 unreleased! -NR 2:20:27 Pop-up)  
BRATS  Be A Man   Favoriting Be A Man 7". HoZac. 7". Recorded 1974 -NR 2:22:50 Pop-up)  
BAD LOVERS  Don't Tell Anyone   Favoriting Wild Times. Burger. LP. -NR 2:25:40 Pop-up)  
REPLACEMENTS  Seen Your Video   Favoriting Let It Be. TwinTone. LP. (1984) 2:27:37 Pop-up)  
SUBWAY SURFERS  Who Will Save Rock & Roll   Favoriting Karmageddon. Deep Eddy. CD. Record release party on Sunday, 3/23 at Otto's (NYC) -- Early show at 3 pm! -NR 2:31:15 Pop-up)  
SPLIT SIGNALS  Here I Stand   Favoriting Split Signals EP. Killer Diller. 7". (2013) Playing at the Subway Surfers' record release party on Sunday, 3/23 at Otto's (NYC) -- Early show at 3 pm! -NR 2:33:31 Pop-up)  
OCTOPUS  Thief   Favoriting (v/a) The Best Of The Rubble Collection Vol. 6. Bam Caruso. CD. (1999) Originally 1970 2:35:37 Pop-up)  
JEFF BECK GROUP  Beck's Bolero   Favoriting Truth. Sundazed. LP. (2009) Reissue of 1968 LP. mono mix 2:39:15 Pop-up)  
CYNICS  Erica   Favoriting No Siesta Tonight. Get Hip. LP. (1989) Live in Spain 2:42:18 Pop-up)  
HIGHWAY ROBBERY  Fifteen   Favoriting (v/a) Up All Night - 20 Heavy Nuggets from the Golden Age of Hard Psych. Past & Present. CD. (2009) Originally 1972 2:46:39 Pop-up)  
ADAM & THE ANTS  Beat My Guest   Favoriting Family of Noise. Pure Sound. LP. 1978 studio demos. -NR 2:49:27 Pop-up)  
BELLE & SEBASTIAN  Here Comes the Sun   Favoriting The BBC Sessions. Matador. CD. (2008) Live in Belfast 2:52:11 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

Avatar 3:11pm BadGuyZero:

  3:11pm Cliff:

"Shitey" is the perfect word to describe this winter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15pm MattBelow:

Hey-o Terre and all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15pm Guido from Cologne:

"I Live In The Springtime" sounds like the track I know from some early pebbles volume without drums.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm Guido from Cologne:

Hello all!
  3:16pm Tom:

I (we) love you Terre, but your air-check is too freakin' long! 12 minutes where at least 10 minutes of that we could be listening to your DJing of tunage!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:19pm Stevel:

Free and open to hear the whole show today after a weirdly-busy week.

Huzzah! or, FUCK yeah! (as you prefer).
Avatar 3:22pm Whooda:

Native Americans had that 'rain dance' thing down pat but forgot to teach us the 'spring dance'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm Alex of Chicago:

The opening song cleanses the palate before the onslaught of savory 1-2 minute long rock portions.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm CZECHANO:

Hola y'all- finally over my SXSW hang over
Avatar 3:27pm Whooda:

It also probably gives DJ Terri T a chance to get squared away and buckled up for the ride herself.
Avatar 3:28pm Whooda:

@CZECHANO glad to see you made it home alive, if not exactly feeling like a spring chicken. What's your favorite memory of the mayhem in Austin town?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:29pm CZECHANO:

what memeory?
Avatar 3:29pm Whooda:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:31pm CZECHANO:

Well i made it to Beerland in time for the last WFMU set, and then sauntered down to South Austin to see some Houston rokers Poor Dumb Bastards and then down to San Marcos to catch Hickoids, Grannies, and the Beaumonts
  3:32pm Tom:

OK Alex..you are correct...but really could be half as long yet still leave me with that minty freshness that I need for the remainder of the best show (trademark) on WFMU
Avatar 3:35pm Whooda:

@Chenchano Poor Dumb Bastards, Hickoids, Grannies, Beaumonts....is that the poor side of Austin or are those band names? ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm CZECHANO:

Meeting Liz Berg and Brian Turner was pretty cool. I tried to stay sober as long as possible to make a good impression on the nice WFMU folks, and then after the WFMU Showcase, the real rock and roll debauchery began
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37pm CZECHANO:

it's the pour side of austin
Avatar 3:38pm Whooda:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm CZECHANO:

whooda, check out later www.hickoids.com just inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame, lead singer Jeff Smith has a nice little label called Saustex in San Antonio.
Avatar 3:44pm Whooda:

Thanks for the link Caechano, will definitely check it out. Growing up in Norman, OK, I lost a few musician friends to Austin as they sought their fame and fortune there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm CZECHANO:

That's exactly like San Antonio- Doug Sahm, Butthole Surfers- all end up in Austin
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49pm CZECHANO:

At least Wayne Coyne stayed in OKC
Avatar 3:50pm Whooda:

Dumb bastard. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:50pm Stevel:

"Do Anything You Want To Do" is such a great, angsty, punk rock anthem.

Guessing Eddie and the Hot Rods had few if any NYC influences. They walked right up to the edge of Punk.
  3:54pm Dean:

E&tHR were a proto-punk pub band before they went big. Even then they gave rock tradition its due. Their first album features Bob Seger's "Get Out of Denver." They added a power pop feel when Graeme Douglas of Kursaal Flyers joined the band. "Do Anything You Wanna Do" is the perfect melding of it all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:55pm CZECHANO:

I like Eddie and The Hot Rods, they fall into that "bands that look punk" category, but boy was their Hollywood movie way off the mark- there's no way those guys were from Jersey.
Avatar 3:56pm Whooda:

@Czehano I'm impressed, it looks like Molly Cyrus can roll a joint freestyle. Nice!
  3:57pm Nate K:

Sounds great Terre. We're rocking out, loved the Rites of Spring from earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:00pm CZECHANO:

she ain't that cool if she wears a shirt with a pic of her own face on it, or is that Pink?
Avatar 4:02pm Whooda:

I think it's her face but she turned it around backward away from her audience, probably realized it was a snot looking thing to wear.
Avatar 4:05pm Whooda:

Loving the show DJ Terre T. Who needs spring anyway with this to distract us?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm CZECHANO:

Argy Bargy Oi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10pm Stevel:

Banshees cut was mindbending. Sounded like they were using strings, not gee-tars.

Avatar 4:14pm BadGuyZero:

I don't think you're wonderful, Terre. I KNOW you're wonderful!
  4:24pm Dave in Vermont:

Oh my god, your show is so good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:25pm fred:

@BGZ: that's the truth. Terre's was my gateway show to WFMU. Do I blame her for my post-marathon ramen diet? No, I thank her
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:28pm Guido from Cologne:

Peanut Butter Conspiracy Song
  4:29pm Cliff:

Love Exchange - I love this song! First heard it on a fill-in from DA the DJ.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm Guido from Cologne:

"Swallow the Sun" is called "Dark on You Now" on 1st P.B.C. LP, now I got it.
  4:41pm Alex of Chicago:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:44pm Mike East:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:46pm Mike East:

Mike East apologizes for that comment
  4:46pm Stu:

Terre - You should have called me. I would've come down & helped out. Great show today (AP or no AP)!
  4:55pm Sweatpants:

a giant dog is my favorite. now your show is my favorite. welcome to my radio! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm fred:

@Mike East: your birthday is around now if I remember well. Celebrating that is a worthy excuse
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:58pm Stevel:

Mike East: No apologies accepted or, rather, expected of men.
Avatar 5:05pm Joe B:

Guido, re: I live in the Springtime ... the version without drums appeared on the 1998 Rhino Nuggets box, they used the wrong master or tape box. So that version is out there now. Not sure what TT's source was from today but that is when that version surfaced
Avatar 5:06pm Joe B:

anyone complaining about too long of a mic break, please speak for yourself, lose the 'we'.
Avatar 5:07pm BadGuyZero:

Alternate between The Move and Cock Sparrer.
  5:07pm Cliff:

I always enjoy the confrontational mic breaks between Terre T and Mike Sin
Avatar 5:08pm Mailman Tom:

My vote goes to Cock Sparrer for the new theme song!
Avatar 5:09pm Joe B:

eddie and the hot rods predate punk so I'm sure they weren't too worried about their 'punk look'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm Mike East:

yes, fred, Monday. Thanks. I wonder if my wife knows I'm out of scotch :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm Guido from Cologne:

@Joe Belock
Joe actually knows the details, incredible!
Avatar 5:10pm BadGuyZero:

Go, Terre! Go!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:16pm fred:

@Mike East: you could "forget" to close your browser while on a suitable site
Avatar 5:16pm Joe B:

I was almost right on the Lemon Drops. According to the great Mike Markesich, both versions came out in 1967 on 45, with the label quickly realizing they made a mistake and issuing the other version. There is no way to tell by the label or deadwax, you have to play it to see which version it is. But I was sort of right in that the Nuggets box mistakenly used the drumless version and hence put it back into circulation.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:21pm Guido from Cologne:

So the drumless version is the more collectable I guess. Anyway it's good to have both.
  5:24pm Stu:

The right channel just went out.
  5:24pm Toddophonic:

Dwight Twilley live at The Bell House May 9th as part of The Brooklyn Power Pop Festival!
Avatar 5:25pm BadGuyZero:

Turntable 3?
  5:25pm mike east:

It worked once fred
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:27pm Mike Sin:

Is right channel back now?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:29pm Terre T:

OK -- we're "killing" turntable 3 after this one. Hold tight, folks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:29pm Guido from Cologne:

Channel still mkissing.
Some open connection noise.
Avatar 5:29pm Joe B:

right channel still out on the webcast
  5:30pm Stu:

It came back and went out again with the next song. The problem seems to be with one of the turntables or cd players.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:30pm Guido from Cologne:

It must be a cable or the mixing desk, sound like that.
Avatar 5:30pm Joe B:

it's back now for the replacements.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31pm Guido from Cologne:

Coming back but not stable.
Avatar 5:31pm BadGuyZero:

Turntable 3 likes to make special left-channel-only mixes. CD player 2 creates impromptu remixes if you play a CD-R in it.
Avatar 5:32pm BadGuyZero:

Now where's the squeaky chair?
Avatar 5:45pm On the Yazoo:

Hey all, and Terre. I've enjoyed the show..I've got it blasting my back yard while I do yardwork. back to work
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:47pm Stevel:

Great show. Its all about the music, with just a touch of techno drama!

I'd say some of the strongest shows and sets on WFMU seem to come after the marathon. Or am I high?
Avatar 5:48pm Whooda:

Outside? Doing yard work?!? Ok Yazoo, that's just rubbing salt into our snow covered freezing upstate NY wound.:)
Avatar 5:57pm David Shortell:

Reading the Truth CD's liner notes, I learned that "Beck's Bolero" was actually recorded a couple of years before the rest of the album --when Beck was still in the Yardbirds!
Also playing on that track: Nicky Hopkins, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Keith Moon (that's Moon screaming in the middle section).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm Guido from Cologne:

Nicky Hopkins was easy to identify.
But the rest odf the lineup looks like the Jimi Page#s prospected supergroup about which Keith Moon said they would go down like a Zeppelin made of lead?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:01pm CZECHANO:

and i thought joe b would like my eddie and the cruisers joke just the facts man
Avatar 6:19pm Joe B:

yeah sorry missed it
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