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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 September 20, 2007: put down the night goggles and google

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New Approx. start time
venice arkestra  b side   Options venice arkestra  what ever we want  12"    *   0:00:00 ()
alice coltrane  the sun   Options a monastic trio          0:08:00 ()
vashti bunyan  here before   Options lookaftering          0:12:31 ()
duncan browne  dwarf in a tree( a cautionary tale)   Options give me take you          0:15:18 ()
venice arkestra  b side (continued)   Options venice arkestra          0:18:46 ()
the aaron sisters  she came rollin down the mountain   Options flowers in the wildwood v/a  trikont        0:26:02 ()
anita o'day and russ garcia and his orch  what's your story morning glory?   Options sings the winners          0:29:01 ()
brenda holloway  operator   Options the very best of          0:37:08 ()
robert colbert orchestra  back at the blue whale   Options OST dark shadows          0:40:52 ()
geno washington/adventures in stereo  too late   Options noises from the sound cupboard v/a          0:42:35 ()
aesop rocks  citronella instrumental   Options coffee    12"    *   0:46:01 ()
suba  sereia   Options brazilian electronica v/a          0:52:19 ()
beyene habte  tefqereni zeneberet   Options ethiopiques /tigrina music vol 5          0:56:48 ()
johnny cash  straight a's in love   Options           0:59:24 ()
Colleen  sun against my eyes   Options les ondes silencieuses          1:04:13 ()
quentin crisp  #10   Options an evening with quentin crisp          1:08:45 ()
robert plant & allison krauss  polly come home   Options raising sand  rounder      *   1:10:59 ()
kirsten mc cord  walkabout   Options kirsten mccord  ecstatic peace      *   1:15:51 ()
uhuru ( the sound of freedom)  folk song   Options more pressure vol 1 straight to the head v/a          1:19:56 ()
lismore  sunrise girl says   Options all that you are ep  cult hero    www.lismoremusic.com  *   1:22:49 ()
the postal service  such great heights   Options the district sleeps alone tonight ep          1:26:59 ()
las grecas  orgullo   Options las grecas          1:31:18 ()
dexter gordon  soy califa   Options a swingin' affair          1:34:57 ()
big blood  a friendly noose   Options strange maine 11 04 06  dontrusttheruin      *   1:47:38 ()
the carter family  wildwood flower   Options           1:50:29 ()
east river pipe  my little rainbow   Options the gasoline age          1:53:18 ()
hanne hukkelberg  hoist anchor/searching   Options little things          1:55:30 ()
Blockhead  grape nuts and chalk sauce   Options uncle tony's coloring book  ninja tune      *   1:58:56 ()
cannonball jane  bossa tug   Options knees up! EP  gaddycat      *   2:02:39 ()
misty roses  fathers and sons   Options komodo dragons          2:08:48 ()
patrizia and jimmy  trust your child part 1   Options home schooled: the abc's of kid soul  nemuro group    *  *   2:12:30 ()
LCD sound system  north american scum   Options north american scum ep          2:15:50 ()
joe bataan  what good is a castle   Options riot!          2:20:46 ()
the organics  foot stumping   Options vital organs v/a          2:27:40 ()
federico aubele  maria jose   Options panamericana  eighteenth street lounge      *   2:33:46 ()
the hidden twin  the break up   Options asleep in the valley  faux totem/enamel      *   2:36:37 ()
mali music  le djembe   Options mali music  honest jon's        2:39:21 ()
alan sondheim  chitaro 6   Options fifty-six  Qbico      *   2:43:56 ()
zeb  opium   Options stop the earth, i want to get off!  wonderwheel recordings        2:45:37 ()
young marble giants  ode to booker T   Options collosal youth and collected works  domino      *   2:49:47 ()
people like us & ergo phizmiz  beyond perpetuum   Options perpetuum mobile  soleilmoom recordings      *   2:53:33 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 9/20/07 9:03am Grateful:

Ah. Another Thursday morning With Trouble. I am just glad I live in the Modern World.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:10am north guinea hills:

alice is a perfect way to start the morning!
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:13am lonnie:

should follow it up with hugo largo
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:15am NEGATOR:

vASHTI...... saw her earlier this year. It was really good! I bought Another Diamond Day on vinyl.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:16am negator:

My good friend plays with Hugo Largo now!
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:17am Wes:

This morning has been quite weird, people can be so strange sometimes, like a drifting tide. But all is well, trouble was waiting for me at my desination.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:17am lonnie:

really? i had no idea hugo largo was still around. those 2 records they made are flawless.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:20am 55 Fingers (from the antartic):

I've wandered from my abandoned bus to who knows where. Surprisingly, the laptop/internet radio still functions so I can hear this morning's trouble approaching. Those mushrooms I ate three days ago didn't taste so good, uh oh. Hopefully I'll hang on 'til noon. Come here little penguin.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:29am Shang a Lang:

Poeme du jour:

Each morning,
hoping to win my bread
I go to the market where lies are sold;
A peddler of lies like the others, I wait and hope.

-- Bertolt Brecht, as cited by Fritz Lang in Godard's "Contempt"

Have a nice day.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:35am Childish:

My Poem of the Day:

Liar, Liar,
Pants on Fire.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:41am lydia:

That Brenda Holloway song was highlarious!
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:43am Adrian:

What's all this about Hugo Largo? Are they back together? Soak, the Mimi album was lovely, too. More info please. Oh, hello Trouble, by the way.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:44am suffocated:

My speech for today:
my mortgage is going on fire, my job is consuming my life, life on the matrix could be marvelous, but hey, I have an internet connection and modern world with trouble...
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:44am Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds:

I am proud to have been name checked by Trouble during that last break. It has made my cousin Peyote green with envy.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:51am Wes:

The people I work with can be "well meaning" sometimes but they are flaming idiots. It's quite depressing. But what I really wanted to say was that the citronella instrumental reminds me of digital underground.
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:54am Adrian:

Wes, yesterday i discovered that everyone I work with likes Red hot Chili peppers. Sometimes one feels so alone in the world…
  Thu. 9/20/07 9:56am Scorsese On Coke:

Is Rose Mcgowan marrying Robert Rodriguez or Alex Rodriguez?
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:04am Howling Rabbit:

I praise the inventors of CDs. I have always felt they deserved to win a Nobel prize. The only good thing you can do with vinyl is look at the record covers
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:04am zoe:

oh, Adrian, I have been there!

Luckily, most the chili pepper fans have been fired or left from work.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:08am Adrian:

Hi Zoe, Nick Cave recently said that whenever he turrns on the radio and there's something terrible on it's invariably RHCP. Love this Colleen track, by the way.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:09am suffocated:

I can support a chili pepper fan, but not a chili pepper fan who doesn&#180;t want to listen to, lets say... Alice coltrane...
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:29am lonnie:

what would you really rather have - rhcp fans or modern country fans who still smirk about bi-racial relationships? come on people, it's all relative, and i'm balancing on the short end of the relativity stick.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:30am Parq:

My Flatiron District office has belatedly decided to join the 21st Century, so I finally have an internet connection, and can enjoy WFMU at work. Don't get me started on the stuffed shirts I work with. We're talkin' people who think the Peppers are radically avante garde. Modern World, wecome to mine.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:32am north guinea hills:

flea has actually been involved w/ some interesting music projects, and has supported many african musicians and festivals.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:34am trouble:

i imagine musical taste to be a rather passionate plea to assure us of our individualism...that said i imagine the more arguing, the more strident the push for understanding of said individualism. I honestly rarely discuss music with people, it seems to be un-talkable. so I cut the chatter and spin the platter...
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:35am Suffocated:

I agree with lonnien in that everything coul be relative, but that does not mean that all the people should be my relatives...
Hey las grecas! tremendous stuff regarding balancing on the short end of the stick...
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:36am Adrian:

And you do so marvellously. I didn't mean to open a can of worms. The Robert Plant track was lovely, sounded like Low. x
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:37am lonnie:

dexter gordon is fantastic. check out the movie "'round midnight" that he stars in. it's a pretty good movie with really good music
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:41am Scorsese On Coke:

Looking forward to that Chili Peppers' album of modern country covers! I didn't know they were racists.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:48am dave in vermont:

let the industry eat itself-enjoy what we have access to while there is still elctricity-then get ready to be able to contribute to the nights around the fire-or prepare your progeny
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:48am Pamela:

I really love this big blood song.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:52am jt:

where to get big blood music?
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:54am north guinea hills:

big blood does a crazy treliscious cover of can's "vitamin C". i got their music from contacting them on their myspace page.
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:54am Frank from VT:

Holy cow - my grandfather (think Ozark Hillbilly) would only play one song on the guitar - I don't remember the words, but "wildwood flower" is it!! talk about unexpected blast from the past...
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:57am jt:

i've heard the cover of vitamin c on wfmu before, loved it. which album is that off of?
  Thu. 9/20/07 10:58am Parq:

<<I cut the chatter and spin the platter... >>

  Thu. 9/20/07 11:00am negator:

Hugo Largo is now HiFi Sky and their profile is below:
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:00am Hagen:

Hi, i'm from germany
Here it is 5pm and i live in the country.

It's interesting, that i (at least) think to have this NewYork/Big City feeling
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:06am steve:

  Thu. 9/20/07 11:10am ludia:

I forgot to tell you, Trouble and your sidekick DJ Icepack: I was reading about Bob Dylan's XM Radio show: "Theme Time Radio Hour" Each week a new theme! Of course it made me think of your fab outer-space set.
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:17am lonnie:

hey negator, thanks for the hi-fi sky tip. that's fantastic stuff
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:18am Adrian:

Yes Negator, but having done a bit of searching, Mimi is now singing with a new band, XIX. www.myspace.com/xixnyc Haven't listened yet, but will apres la Trouble
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:25am robbie in england:

really enjoying todays jolly tunes on this is the modern world
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:31am jon:

Hey Trouble -

Gotta go, thanks for having us over. Great tunes. See you next week!
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:57am 55 (frozen) Fingers:

Three cheers for surface noise! Thanks Trouble.
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:57am dave in vermont:

golly that 3 hours went fast
  Thu. 9/20/07 11:59am Pamela:

I also found a site: http://oscillations.org/pipeline/whats-pipeline
that has a link
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