Options Optical Sound with Mike Sin: Playlist from August 21, 2018 Options

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A sight for sore ears. Power pop, freakbeat, and psychedelic songs for all six senses.

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Options August 21, 2018: Filling in for Matt...with some strict quality assurance measures!


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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments Approx. start time
Love  August   Options Four Sail  Elektra  LP  1969  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Leaves  Love Minus Zero   Options The Leaves ...are happening! The Best of the Leaves  Sundazed  CD  1966  0:05:52 (Pop‑up)
Paul Simon  Leaves That Are Green   Options The Paul Simon Songbook  Columbia  CD  1965  0:08:17 (Pop‑up)
Searchers  Umbrella Man   Options VA: Fairytales Can Come True: UK Popsike from the Late 60's  Psychic Circle  CD  1968  0:10:42 (Pop‑up)
Steve Darbishire  Holiday In Waikiki   Options VA: Beatfreak! - Rare and Obscure British Beat 1966-1969, Vol. 3  Particles  CD  1967. Cover of a Kinks' track.  0:13:32 (Pop‑up)
Aretha Franklin  See Saw   Options Aretha Now  Atlantic  LP  1968. RIP. So many heartfelt tributes this week from the WFMU crew -- check out the archives for This Is the Modern World with Trouble, Music to Spazz By with Dave the Spazz, Give the Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind, Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B., Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine, Todd-O-Phonic Todd, Surface Noise with Joe McGasko, and Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock.  0:15:59 (Pop‑up)
Grass Roots  Tell Me   Options Where Were You When I Needed You  Dunhill  LP  1966. Cover of a Rolling Stones' track.  0:18:39 (Pop‑up)
Ornella Vanoni  Il Mio Posto Qual'e   Options VA: Ciao Bella! Italian Girl Singers of the 60s  Ace  CD  1967  0:21:58 (Pop‑up)
Roulettes  What You Gonna Do?   Options Russ, Bob, Pete & Mod  Edsel  LP  1965  0:25:01 (Pop‑up)
Smoke  Have Some More Tea   Options It's Smoke Time  Repertoire  CD  1967. Bonus track on CD reissue of this album.  0:26:57 (Pop‑up)
Fire  Treacle Toffee World   Options VA: Treacle Toffee World - Further Adventures Into the Pop Psych Sounds From the Apple Era 1967-1969  RPM  CD  1967  0:37:34 (Pop‑up)
Pretty Things  Buzz the Jerk   Options Get the Picture?  Snapper  CD  1965  0:39:35 (Pop‑up)
Wild Colonials  Get The Picture?   Options VA: Devil's Children #1 - Hellacious Sixties Punk Rarities  Time Machine  CD  1967. Awesome cover of a Pretty Things' track.  0:41:25 (Pop‑up)
King-Pins  You're My Girl   Options VA: Hen's Teeth Vol. 2 - Blocked! Rare Beat & Psychedelia  Hen's Teeth  CD  1966  0:43:57 (Pop‑up)
Twilighters  Nothing Can Bring Me Down   Options VA: Texas Flashbacks: 95 Nuggets From the Lone Star State Volumes 1-6  Psychic Circle  CD  1968  0:46:41 (Pop‑up)
Bo Street Runners  Drive My Car   Options VA: Rare 60's Beat Treasures, Vol. 5  Gone Beat  CD  1966. Cover of a Beatles' track.  0:49:02 (Pop‑up)
Spider  The Comedown Song   Options VA: Justafixation - 20 Trippers from the 60's U.K. Psychedelic Subculture  Funny  CD  1966  0:51:23 (Pop‑up)
The Fox  Mr. Blank   Options For Fox Sake Vol. 1  Crewe  LP  1970  0:54:11 (Pop‑up)
 


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Avatar 7:01pm Dominick:

Hiya Mike and all!
Avatar 7:04pm Mailman Tom:

I saw Love perform at the Fillmore East back in February 1970. I play this song every August. BTY, there is a great live version of this on YT taken from the year 1970.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm Mike Sin:

Hi Dominick! Hi Tom!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:24pm Mike Sin:

Mailman Tom -- Would love to hear more about Love at the Fillmore!
  7:29pm Santos L Halper:

Wasn’t expecting Optical Sound, glad I checked in...
Avatar 7:38pm Mailman Tom:

I had been going to the Fillmore East since it opened in early 1968. I saw the Grateful Dead for the first time at the Fillmore East in June 1969. I had a close friend who liked the Dead, so I took him with me to see them in February 1970. An unknown band from the South were making their NYC debut, and they opened the show that night. They were the Allman Brothers! The next band to play was Love, who I always wanted to see ever since my older brother brought home their 1st album in 1966. Arthur Lee and his band were magnificent! The headliners, the Grateful Dead, were introduced by Zacherley, a local TV horror movie host. The Dead played until 5:45 AM and it turned out to be one of their most famous shows. The ticket prices were $3, $4, and $5. There was a time when I was seeing a rock concert every weekend, and this particular show was one of my all time favorites.
  7:43pm Santos L Halper:

Jeez Mailman, I should think so. I’m dyin’ of envy over here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:43pm Mike Sin:

Tom! Thanks so much for those great recollections!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:43pm Mike Sin:

Hi Santos!
  7:44pm Santos L Halper:

Is that the one where Zacherle intros them as “ the Grateful Goddamn Dead”?
Avatar 7:45pm Mailman Tom:

Santos: Yes, that's the one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:53pm Mike Sin:

I very much appreciate you fine folks tuning in!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:14pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!! Killed it Mike!!!
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