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Options June 9, 2014: With Live Music from the Everymen!

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New / Special Approx. start time
The Bodines  Therese   Options CD86: 48 Tracks from the Birth of Indie Pop  Castle      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Wreckless Eric  Reconnez Cherie   Options Big Smash!  CBS Records      0:03:57 (Pop-up)
Summer Cats  In June   Options Songs for Tuesdays  Slumberland      0:05:55 (Pop-up)
Kirsty MacColl  They Don't Know   Options The Real MacColl  Charisma Records      0:08:01 (Pop-up)
Adam & the Ants  Antmusic   Options Kings of the Wild Frontier  Epic      0:11:16 (Pop-up)
Elastica  Stutter   Options Elastica  DGC      0:14:27 (Pop-up)
Brazillian Girls  Sirenes de la Fete   Options Lazy Lover EP  Verve      0:17:30 (Pop-up)
Phosphorescent  The Mermaid Parade   Options Here's to Taking It Easy  Dead Oceans      0:22:02 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Ain't Good Enough for You   Options Givin' up on Free Jazz  Ernest Jenning Record Co.      0:33:26 (Pop-up)
Quintron & Miss Pussycat  Not Good Enough   Options Not Good Enough 7"  Rhinestone Records    *   0:37:17 (Pop-up)
Jane Birkin  Orang Outan   Options Jane Birkin / Serge Gainsbourg  Light in the Attic      0:42:40 (Pop-up)
Jablonski and the Randy's All-Stars  Soul Makossa   Options Tropical Funk Experience  Nascente      0:44:59 (Pop-up)
The Cowsills  Gettin' into that Sunny, Sunny Feelin' Again   Options The Cowsills  MGM Records      0:49:37 (Pop-up)
Gold-Bears  Yeah, Tonight   Options Dalliance  Slumberland    *   0:51:52 (Pop-up)
Lake  What You See Is What You Get   Options Circular Doorway  Water Island    *   0:57:19 (Pop-up)
Live Music From the Everymen
  The Everymen are: Mike V: Vocals & Guitar, Catherine Herrick: Vocals, Stephen Chopek: Drums, Scott Zillitto: Saxophone, Jamie Zillitto: Bass and Geoff Morrissey, Guitar Set engineered by Stu Rutherford
The Everymen  A Girl Named Lou, Part 2   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:03:02 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Spain   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:09:23 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Another Thing to Lose   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:12:59 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  The Ballad of Sarin   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:20:30 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  A Thousand Miles   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:22:49 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Fingers Crossed   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:27:45 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  NJHC   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:30:35 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Don't Change   Options Live on WFMU    INXS Cover  ***   1:33:33 (Pop-up)
The Everymen  Chat with Therese   Options Live on WFMU      ***   1:39:46 (Pop-up)
Metallica  For Whom the Bell Tolls   Options Ride the Lightning  Megaforce      1:59:34 (Pop-up)
Stone Axe  Slave of Fear   Options Wayfaring Strangers: Darkscorch Canticles  The Numero Group    *   2:04:06 (Pop-up)
La Misma  Guerras Silenciosas   Options 7"  Toxic State    *   2:10:51 (Pop-up)
Lenz  Frozen Touch   Options Frozen Touch 7"  Volar    *   2:11:39 (Pop-up)
Alexander Robotnick  C'est la vie   Options Vintage Robotnicks  Medical Records    *   2:14:57 (Pop-up)
Ramona Lisa  Izzit True What They Tell Me   Options Arcadia  Terrible    *   2:36:17 (Pop-up)
Sharon Van Etten  Our Love   Options Are We There  Jagjaguwar    *   2:41:17 (Pop-up)
Purling Hiss  Headlights   Options Dizzy Polizzy  Drag City    *   2:44:45 (Pop-up)
Papercuts  Afterlife Blues   Options Life Among the Savages  Easy Sound    *   2:51:12 (Pop-up)
The Zombies  Walking in the Sun   Options R.I.P.  Varese Sarabande    *   2:54:51 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:05am KP:

hello therese
Avatar 12:05am BadGuyZero:

Good evening, Therese!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 12:05am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Therese. Hi, Everymen!
Avatar 12:10am KP:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11am pacific standard simon:

I keep going back 'n' forth on versions of this song -- Tracey, Kirsty, Tracey, Kirsty...
  12:11am Noah:

great tunes so far
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12am pacific standard simon:

The mandolin on Kirsty's version is really nice.
  12:12am JakeGould:

I like all versions of “They Don't Know.” Also, is this playlist 1980s summer boardwalk music? Not complaining, yo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14am pacific standard simon:

This playlist is taking me back to hot summer nights in Kansas, 1981. Getting my new wave news from Tom Snyder and KJHK.
Avatar 12:14am KP:

i heard a country cover of They Dont Know About Us by Lydia Loveless on another station. It was nice.
  12:14am P-90:

Good Morning T!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am pacific standard simon:

OK, that's different!
  12:21am JakeGould:

In 1981 I was in JHS getting my new wave tips from the slightly rich kids in neighboring Manhattan Beach—I live in Brighton Beach—who would have relatives who worked for record labels. Also had a cool JHS math teacher who would reward students with 7 inch singles… Like Joan Jett & Adam Ant stuff. Damn… Wistful!
  12:23am JakeGould:

It’s official. Summer boardwalk playlist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24am pacific standard simon:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26am pacific standard simon:

"Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer --
Those days of soda, and pretzels. and beer..."
Avatar 12:29am BadGuyZero:

Coughing fit?
  12:30am rw:

Wow. In '81 I was getting new wave from Rodney on the ROQ. In '83 I was college radio DJ on KJHK in Lawrence.
  12:31am JakeGould:

PSS, screw your olde timey crap! New wave is here to stay!
  12:32am Steve-O:

Hi Therese. BTW, has anybody ever called you Theresa by mistake? Just curious. =)
Avatar 12:33am BadGuyZero:

I've done that before. The IT guy said it was a one-dee-ten-tee error.
Avatar 12:33am KP:

Ok. i vowed never to tell this but at recent record fair i bought a Kirsty MacColl single. As the guy was writing it up I mentioned I had seen her do the song on the record. He asked if i thought she would soon be touring again.
  12:36am Cameron:

evening all, super into tonight's music so far
  12:38am JakeGould:

One-dee-ten-tee error? Huh? Wha happened?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39am pacific standard simon:

@rw - I left Lawrence in '82. That was a great station. I used to hang out at Exile Records, because the lady who worked there would play any request.
  12:41am P-90:

1 - D - 10 - T ?
  12:43am JakeGould:

@P-90: Okay, that is amazeballs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47am pacific standard simon:

Can a hot pants song medley be far away?
  12:52am rw:

PSS: I guess we just missed each other. I've got a few LP's with that Exile Records stamp on the label. My shifts tended to be midnight to 3:00 or 3:00 to 6:00am. One of the more fun things I've done in my life.
Avatar 12:56am BadGuyZero:

I thought the Gold-Bears track was a new New Pornagraphers track.
Avatar 12:58am BadGuyZero:

By the way...I can't spell "pornographers" correctly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02am pacific standard simon:

Uncle Michael (from Topeka) on the Give The Drummer Radio webstream has some Lawrence memories as well. We compared notes and found that we had been at several of the same shows in the early '80s.

Oh, and I did a big price list poster in yellow, red & blue for Exile, in exchange for a pile of records! :)
  1:11am rw:

Don't know Uncle Michael. I will have to download some shows to the phone for my commute. I'm sure I saw your poster in the store but it's a little foggy. Well, more than a little foggy. Small world, this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am pacific standard simon:

BTW, don't want The Everymen to think they're being ignored -- dese kids is great!
  1:20am coalhard:

I went to their website I think they are great!!
  1:32am rw:

Yes. There should be some sort of applause button on this ap.
  1:35am coalhard:

If someone ever makes a new HAPPY DAYS show I think that song "fingers crossed" would make the absolute best theme song for it !!!
Avatar 1:36am BadGuyZero:

One of my favorite INXS songs!
  1:37am coalhard:

Wasn't that show based on a New Jersey family or were they mid-west??
  1:38am Dan in Milwaukee:

this band is awesome, this set is awesome
  1:39am Cameron:

I think, Milwaukee. Awesome live set!!
Avatar 1:42am BadGuyZero:

Yes. Happy Days was set in Milwaukee as was Laverne & Shirley until the later seasons when they moved to California.
  1:42am coalhard:

Fonzie jumped the shark in Milwaukee??--no you are right it was old mill
  1:45am coalhard:

that by the way is where often used term "jumped the shark" came from
  1:47am coalhard:

he jumped the shark then show was cancelled for other reasons--hence the term
  1:47am JakeGould:

When he jumped the shark, it was just stupid & a side-effect of a show gasping for a premise.
Avatar 1:48am BadGuyZero:

TRIVIA: The guy that was the vocalist for Survivor when they recorded "Eye Of The Tiger" is the guy that sings on the Budweiser "Real Amercian Heroes/Real Men of Genius" radio commercials.
  1:50am coalhard:

cool trivia--THANKS!!
Avatar 1:52am BadGuyZero:

Oooh...they're coming to Dallas!
  1:53am coalhard:

Thanks people of The Everymen--we love you allllll
  2:00am Cameron:

  2:02am coalhard:

@Cameron best version of what?--I ever saw--made me laugh
  2:06am Cameron:

Haha, glad you enjoyed it
  2:10am coalhard:

perfect timing too --I'm still laughing--that was perfect!
  2:13am nobunny sleeps:

Metallica?...⚡abbath - !!...were it Stone Axe on B.Turner made me say like Arthur Brown w/ May Blitz? It's kinda Hawkwindy...this comment is unnecessary...
  2:17am coalhard:

comment fit right in thanks @nobunny--i'll have another please
  2:23am coalhard:

anybody that can mention Arthur brown and hawkwind in same sentence is special
Avatar 2:23am BadGuyZero:

Avatar 2:24am BadGuyZero:

[about the Tommy Tutone/Philip Glass info]
Avatar 2:27am BadGuyZero:

"Jason Lives"
  2:28am nobunny sleeps:

..okay: wutta coinkinkydink; someone gave me a Bud I wouldn't drink otherwise...it's hot & almost nothin' - whynot; you gotta drink Bud sometimes to see if it really is that bad...It has a flavor actually, tho' think of it as almost water...a bland featureless flavor, no cheap character like PBR (ricewater w/ a cheap teabag of hops dipped in it) - like MOR music or a typical American sitcom; they admit the rice right on the label...
Avatar 2:28am BadGuyZero:

"Jason Takes Manhattan" was VIII.
  2:28am JakeGould:

That is a fear of Triscuits.
  2:29am P-90:

Yes, fear of the number 13.
  2:29am Cameron:

You are right Therese!
Avatar 2:29am BadGuyZero:

You are correct about triskaidekaphobia.
  2:30am rw:

Triscuits scare the heck out of me.
  2:32am P-90:

@ DJ Therese: you did mean Giocchino Rossini the opera composer? You said "RossinO" by mistake i think.

"Joe-KEEN-o Ro-SEE-nee"
  2:34am coalhard:

I fear mason jars I think they call it E-colicanaphobia
  2:35am P-90:

nom de plume?
  2:37am nobunny sleeps:

...if triscuits have been in the cupboard too long & have maggots - it's hard to tell in that hard grainy mesh...
  2:37am coalhard:

I never canned plumes--but will look into it
  2:39am JakeGould:

Coalhard, I like mason jars. They have measuring notches on the side, That is the best.
  2:43am coalhard:

james mason came up with that idea that time he went deep into the earth
  2:46am coalhard:

i'm in my pj's don't have to use capital letters if I don't want--I go without punctuation If I get nude later
  2:48am P-90:

Yeah, and NO one has ever pronounced "triskaideckaphobia" like James Mason did, the word became a sonata in the man's mouth
  2:51am P-90:

Dave the Spazz has been known to play James Mason's classic radio ad spot for Thunderbird Wine. Even all these years later, it has the power to make me almost want to drink some of that shit
  2:54am coalhard:

The very first movie I saw at a theater was premier of 20,000 leagues under the sea with james mason in theater in new jersey
Avatar 2:56am BadGuyZero:

I don't recall who it was, but I saw a comedian on TV do a bit about James Mason trying to use an expired coupon at Dunkin Donuts. It was tremendous.
  2:57am coalhard:

and can you believe it kirk douglas is still alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2:57am P-90:

coalhard: You and James went to a movie in New Jersey?
  2:59am coalhard:

no it was Jason mars I went with not to be cornfused with mason jars
  2:59am Steve-O:

Anyway, Therese, great show today, as usual. Lookin' forward to see what Ning-Nong has to offer. =)
  2:59am P-90:

BGZ: If you can find a clip of that I'd love to see it, it sounds great
Avatar 2:59am BadGuyZero:

It was Bill Hader.

  2:59am rw:

Therese. Thanks for another super show!
  3:00am P-90:

Avatar 3:00am BadGuyZero:

Great show, Therese! See you back here next time.
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