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A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Loretta Lynn carved into its bow. Rare birds flock together to sing Francoise Hardy as soul hits. A sunset of blips and bleeps fills the air.

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Options April 1, 2014: while i'm waiting for you

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
charley patton  stone pony blues   Options founder of the delta blues      0:00:00 ()
marissa nadler  drive   Options july  sacred bones  *   0:02:20 ()
Ibibio Sound Machine  voice of the bird   Options ibibio sound machine  soundway  *   0:07:52 ()
nat cole trio  early morning blues   Options big band bounce & boogie      0:09:17 ()
gene russell  get down   Options talk to my lady  black jazz  *   0:12:06 ()
billy paul  am i black enough for you   Options 360 Degrees of Billy Paul      0:16:07 ()
carla bozulich  danceland   Options boy  constellation  *   0:21:11 ()
emerald web  voices of the sage   Options the stargate tapes 1979-82  B-music  *   0:26:02 ()
krzysztof Komeda  shagal leaving, to the cellar   Options Dance of the Vampires Original Soundtrack  series aphonos  *   0:31:56 ()
the pattersonaires  how great thou art   Options book of the seven seals      0:32:19 ()
L voag  toilet   Options way out      0:35:47 ()
 
laurence vanay  le bateau   Options galaxies  Societe Francaise  *   0:46:47 ()
stevie wonder   tree/finale   Options the secret life of plants      0:51:41 ()
orange juice  consolation prize   Options The Glasgow School      1:04:16 ()
cate lebon  no god   Options mug museum    *   1:06:55 ()
aztec camera  the back door to heaven   Options knife      1:11:09 ()
elis regina  andanca   Options the voice of brazil  el    1:17:41 ()
erika spring  hidden   Options erika spring      1:20:11 ()
 
Abbey Lincoln  that's him   Options that's him!      1:33:39 ()
san antonio  j'aime ou j'emm   Options Wizzz! French Psychorama 1966-1970 Vol. 2      1:36:15 ()
suzanne ciani  clean room itt tv spot/almay eclipse tv spot   Options Lixiviation - Ciani / Mucia Inc.: 1969-1985      1:38:34 ()
Dva  surfi   Options nipomo  label home table  *   1:40:07 ()
debbie skhow ( screech owls)  he watched television   Options       1:43:05 ()
electroscope  cathode follower output   Options noises from the sound cupboard v/a      1:44:34 ()
tiny ruins  me at the museum you in the wintergardens   Options brightly painted one  bella unions  *   1:47:48 ()
ben watt  spring   Options hendra    *   1:50:04 ()
billie holiday  getting some fun out of life   Options       1:53:57 ()
the tower recordings  braille metronome   Options Furniture Music for Evening Shuttles      1:57:32 ()
joao gilberto  voce e eu   Options the legendary joao gilberto      1:59:44 ()
 
tom johnson  seventh bell   Options nine bells      2:10:21 ()
sun ra  disc one # 2/3   Options the eternal myth revealed vol one  transparency    2:13:33 ()
roland young  so very easy   Options hearsay I-land  palto flats  *   2:16:32 ()
john holt   in the springtime   Options bunny lee & friends  king spinna  *   2:22:44 ()
louis chachere  the hen part 1   Options Eccentric Soul: the Forte Label (V/A)  numero group  *   2:27:03 ()
Eddie Palmieri  seeds of life   Options harlem river drive      2:27:33 ()
Digital Primitives (Assif Tsahar, Cooper-Moore, Chad Taylor)  lipsomuch   Options lipsomuch/soul searchin'  hopscotch  *   2:32:32 ()
coleman hawkins with the red garland trio  i want to be loved   Options coleman hawkins with the red garland trio      2:37:11 ()
 
durutti column  sketch for dawn (2)   Options LC      2:47:35 ()
josephine foster  how happy is the little stone   Options graphic as a star      2:51:51 ()
the slits  fm   Options the john peel sessions      2:52:49 ()
janelle monae  sir greendown   Options the archandroid      2:56:03 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:03am common:

mornin trouble. everybody!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:03am mariano:

Trouble, common, all!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:03am Tome:

Happy - finally feels like Spring - Trouble & Kiddles !!!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:03am Guido from Cologne:

Hello Trouble!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:03am popsicornia:

Happy Day of Foolishness!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:04am Trouble:

good morning sunny ones
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:07am v k:

Marissa Nadler track - can't get enough
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:09am doca:

morning, Trouble!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:18am Trouble:

bom dia!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:22am Priscilla:

Good morning! Finally finished "The Goldfinch" yesterday.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:23am Fernando M P:

Bom dia, Trouble, Doca and all!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:23am robyn:

morning all
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:23am bobdoesthings:

ggggooodddmorning
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:28am βrian:

Aquamarine skies over the isthmus today. A balmy 75 degrees, with a light breeze. Flocks of bluebirds swirl overhead. The City is handing out free mangoes today. Bonjour.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:28am Trouble:

good for you priscilla! that one is still on my to do list. yesterday i finished ‘Breakfast With Lucian,’ by Geordie Greig. freaky ass! lucian freud was a hot mess, but handed off as a genius so all of his indiscretions were excused
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:32am Trouble:

ha ha brian, i see today's date has affected you greatly
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:32am Priscilla:

Great, I need a new book!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:33am doca:

@Fernando: Hi! You're my Brazilian colleague, right?
@Troube: Who's today's artist?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:38am Trouble:

no priscilla i have the book for you: boy snow bird by helen oyeyemi! just finished that, it was sooooooo great!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:39am bobdoesthings:

is that a pig?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:40am Adrian in London:

Just tuned in to hear some French geezer yakking on about seagulls or something: I'm in the right place! Morning all!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:40am Priscilla:

:-D Wait, isn't that Opposite Day?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:40am Brian in UK:

Hello trouble & folks.
National Stationery Week here. No really.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:41am Ken From Hyde Park:

Temperatures not freezing is very welcome.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:41am Chris from DC:

I'm with you. I can be a fool any day.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:45am Priscilla:

OK thanks! I will read it!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:47am kwhitehead:

Hi Trouble: I love how you are always repping for the public library. Thanks. Also, might I recommend "Americanah" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It's super engaging and written with such brilliant confidence.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:48am Fernando M P:

@Doca: Sim, I'm from São Paulo. Sometimes I think I'm the only WFMU listener in SP. Are you from here too?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:48am Rev. Turnip Druid:

.....................eh, what it is?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:50am Trouble:

americanah! it's on the table by my bed right now!! i adore chimamanda ngozi adiche!!! good suggestion
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:50am doca:

@Fernando: I'm from Porto Alegre and I'm pretty sure that if I'm not the only WFMU listener here I'm the first one. I've converted some of my friends, but none took WFMU so seriously as me
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:52am doca:

I'm reading the first book on Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy, if anyone is interested on a sci-fi suggestion
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:53am Trouble:

full confession kwhitehead: my husband is a public librarian. BUT that said i adored my local library before and after i met/married him. i can't afford to buy all the books i read, and I don't want to own them all afterwards. best of all is discovering things by just browsing the stacks
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:54am Marcel M:

I'm the opposite, I always buy books and I keep them on my shelves and take them down and gaze at them and re read passages and caress them lovingly.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:55am doca:

I like how WFMU is fond of public libraries, there three or four listeners to whom I've already spoke who work on them
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:55am kwhitehead:

Ha, so nice to hear that.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:55am bibi:

hi troubles.
give it to me, stevie, give it to me.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:57am βrian:

Vive les bibliothèquaires !
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:57am bibi:

my friends always laugh at me when i say my dream work would be somewhere between gardener & librarian. pff.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:57am Van in DC:

Good morning Trouble
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:58am robyn:

weirdly this sounds a little like ryuichi sakamoto to me. what a collaboration that could be!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 9:59am Priscilla:

Librarian/doggie daycare = ideal job
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:00am Trouble:

interview b/w zadie smith & chimamanda ngozi adiche: i posted this of the FB page, but for those who aren't on that godawful thang: new.livestream.com...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:01am Guido from Cologne:

I used to work in a radio Station's sound/music library in the 90ies. Weird but comfortable years. And I could carry away a lot of stuff from the poison bins.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:03am Andrew Waterloo:

This Stevie Wonder track is very Wow.. and Wow in many different ways.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:06am kwhitehead:

Man, I love that self deprecating line Edwyn Collins lays down at the end of this song "I'll never be man enough for you." Us librarian's can relate.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:07am bibi:

yes, librarian doesnt look like a very manly job, that's why being half time gardener helps.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:07am Brian in UK:

@trouble totally with you on book ownership. Used to work in a bookshop years ago. Libraries rool.
Elias Canetti who wrote 'Auto da Fe' and won the Nobel Prize for Lit was a librarian. Just saying.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:08am βrian:

"Us librarians?" I think you failed the shibboleth test, yo.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:08am Guido from Cologne:

Edwyn Collins had this massive hit right when i was working in the archives ...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:08am doca:

Borges was a librarian, too.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:09am kwhitehead:

Touche' Brian.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:09am bibi:

there s some stereolab in this lebon, i love it.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:10am robyn:

of course i would hear blasphemy on this listener supported heathen radio station
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:12am Brian in UK:

What was that Bette Midler line about ...'I'm a librarian really'
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:13am Chris from DC:

@doca, big Borges fan myself.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:14am Ken From Hyde Park:

Cheers for public libraries. Here, it's nice in that the libraries in a four or five county area are connected online. You can order a book (or DVD, tape, etc.) that any of them have and in a couple days, it appears at your local library for pick-up.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:15am dc pat:

waitwaitwaitwait! Can we redo the first set again?? There's a bunch of good stuff in there I missed.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:17am Greg from Bloomfield:

Morning Trouble + all!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:21am Sem Chumbo:

No foolin', Trouble, pleasing selection of spins again this am:)
Good morning, all.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:22am Adrian in London:

I've been having a book purge lately. I've gone through the ones that have been sitting on my shelves for years and decided whetherI'd read them again or whether I even liked the author any more; your tastes change, after all. John irving didn't survive the cull; Anne Tyler did. I just reread A Patchwork Planet and it is pretty much perfect.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:28am Greg from Bloomfield:

bccls.org all the way!
  Tue. 4/1/14 10:29am ~L:

http://project.wnyc.org/christie/
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:29am SueAdynamo:

No. it IS a sad saga. What would a library benefit from not joining the consortium?
  Tue. 4/1/14 10:30am Sam:

I've never had the experience of going to a library and thinking there weren't enough books and that I need one from some other library.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:32am sugarwolf:

I have a pretty good library system. There are a couple of libraries in the system that seem to carry everything, and I am extra lucky that my home library does not charge for ordering/holds. (Ok, a quarter the other libraries charge is a good deal, too.)
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:32am Van in DC:

I see Sharon will be in studio a little later in the month. Will she be singing at all or just spinning records & talking?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:33am sugarwolf:

Some of the libraries I got too have used bookshops. I am sort of annoyed that one has a sign saying "Donations: No books older than 5 years! No records!" I mean, I get why, but booooo.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:33am SueAdynamo:

When you said John Lurie my ovaries jumped.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:33am slugluv1313:

hi Trouble and listeners! i work at the Hoboken library, which i love!
and i know what you mean, WEIRD how Jersey City (and also Union City and West New York, both of which have FANTASTIC libraries themselves!) are not part of the network :(
perhaps you can contact the new Mayor of Jersey City? he seems to be wanting to make a lot of POSITIVE changes! :)
YAY READING!!! YAY LIBRARIES!!! :)
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:35am sugarwolf:

I have to donate some books soon. I have so many :(
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:36am slugluv1313:

@ sugarwolf -- old books are TREASURES -- i have a bunch from the 1940s (some older, some newer) that belonged to my Mom -- she took such good care of them! numbered them too :)
i have to donate too -- does anyone know of places that DO take donations? oddly enough, a lot of libraries do NOT take donations!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:42am adam_nspy:

Thanks for playing Dva!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:43am Guido from Cologne:

Dva:
Is it better to get the clear vinyl or the CD with 19 Piostcards?
dva2.bandcamp.com...
  Tue. 4/1/14 10:46am blee:

The Oceanside Friends of the Library takes donations of all kinds. I've found books printed in 1880's for sale. I doubt you would want to pay shipping to California though.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:48am doca:

DVA vinyl buyers from the northern half of the world: don't buy them all! leave some for the inhabitants of your brother hemisphere. I'm waiting a little bit to buy it
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:49am slugluv1313:

@ blee --- THANK YOU!!!! you are right, shipping costs would kill me! BUT i am SO GLAD to know that there ARE places out there that still take book donations!!! :)
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:49am Chris from DC:

Have to dig out that Electroscope album sometime. Great stuff.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:54am glenn:

frankie knuckles died.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 10:54am Guido from Cologne:

Buying Angel Olsens debut EP was an argument against vinyl:
Mint copy crackling like mad for € 15,-
  Tue. 4/1/14 10:56am ghostofpeterfalk:

Hi Trouble - thank you for such a wonderful, wonderful programme!!! This is the kind of radio I've always wanted! Recently discovered you by way of my oldest friend in Newcastle, I am in West Yorkshire. Just wanted to say how disappointed I was to hear that Cate Le Bon's 'People' are so useless. Like you I am a massive fan and would've loved to hear her on your show. Hard to fathom these folk sometimes. Always keep the books you love I say.Thanks again for the music you play and this fantastic station!!!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:00am Guido from Cologne:

billie - tower -joao :
daring mix, but works!
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:05am Margers(Mark):

Sing Sing prison is not in Rockland County! It is in the village of Ossining in Westchester County.
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:05am Pete the Flcker:

Sing-Sing is in Westchester County (Ossining I believe) Rockland Psychiatric Hospital is an equally scary place, is in Rockland
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:06am blee:

@slugluv You are most welcome. The Friends of the Library is interesting. They are not part of the library. They get some old semi damaged books from the actual city library, but most are from public donation. Old LPs, Vhs, tapes and CDs are also accepted and sold.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:07am Brian in UK:

@trouble you mentioned prisons and books. Well over here this government knows how to deal with that sort of thing.
www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:08am AndrewC.:

Tiny Ruins is a kiwi. Born in the UK though I believe.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:09am SueAdynamo:

what is the name of that book again?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:10am steve:

i've watched every video of that woman on Youtube and consensus appears to be chee-AH-nee.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:10am stefica:

and do you know that the village of Ossining changed its name to Ossining from Sing Sing in order to distance itself from the prison?
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:11am Brian in UK:

The verb Oss means to have the ability to change.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:12am duke:

This is getting to be quite an erudite place. Yesterday, it was philosophy on Liz's show. Today books. Tomorrow, who knows? The large scale structure of the cosmos? Too bad I have to work. I can't keep up with discussions.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:13am SueAdynamo:

Nevermind: googled "snow, boy, novel" and found it.
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:13am ~L:

My public library just joined www.bccls.org and it took two years and fundraising to make it happen. "1 library card... 75 libraries" is their motto. I get my books much faster now.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:15am Brian in UK:

You ossify in Sing Sing and oscillate in Ossining.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:18am bibi:

yep duke, you are right, lets talk multiverse.
or talking renting philosophical books about multiverse.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:20am slugluv1313:

@ blee -- WOW! sounds like Heaven! :)
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:23am Tome:

oh oh so love this song !!!
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:28am Mike Sin:

Enjoying the show today, Trouble, and that ain't no joke!
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:31am Liz B.:

I guess I never thought too hard about Sing Sing vs Ossining! Face in palm...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:40am Trouble:

thanks everybody for being such super commenters today, and for all the kind words
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:41am Trouble:

o yeah and sharon van etten is live here on april 29. playing records and chatting
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:43am bibi:

@mike, i love the way english speakers abuse double negatives.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:45am mariano:

@bibi: a very common feature of French and other Romance languages (je n'ai rien, no tengo nada, etc).
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:47am hamburger:

ad block for chrome yo - helps a bit / no more youtube ads
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:47am robyn:

re: FB. i started to spend more time on tumblr. it's much more likely you'll read interesting, thoughtful stuff there than on FB. and it's great for pictures and videos! i can't say i've seen a buzzfeed quiz on there yet, either.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:48am bobdoesthings:

adblock + noscript + ghostery ad-ons to firefox or chrome.. block it all!!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:50am Magda:

Good to know. Now I know how to reduce the amount of advertising everywhere. Thanks everyone.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:50am Trouble:

a link to the This is the Modern World facebook page
www.facebook.com...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:53am bobdoesthings:

noscript takes a bit of finnicking and tech know-how..it blocks javascript from running.. so if you need to use something you need to grant permission.. can be annoying and ghostery is a tracking blocker, keeps trackers off you, but also requires a bit of finesse... unless you just block all (but can get in the way of google features and whatnot..)
  Tue. 4/1/14 11:54am blee:

The Slits!!!!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:54am bobdoesthings:

also use duckduckgo for searching instead of google -
donttrack.us
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:55am Guido from Cologne:

Just my favourite Slits song!

Javascript disfunctioning will defunkt a lot of sites nowadays!
I'm web-developer and i try to avoid unnesscary Javascript.

Have to finish now!
Enjoyed the show!
CU next week!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:56am Van in DC:

Okay thanks for kind of answering my Sharon question
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:57am robyn:

wow i thought this was broadcast for a sec. might have to take a closer look at janelle monae...
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:58am Brian in UK:

Never have I not seen nothing like it. Nice one trouble.
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 11:59am Mike East:

I did backline for janelle monae. she puts on a good show
  Tue. 4/1/14 2:46pm Michael:

especially awesome show!
Avatar Tue. 4/1/14 4:50pm Trouble:

today's art is by anne george! sorry i forgot to do this earlier...
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