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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
giles giles and fripp  thursday morning   Options the cheerful insanity of  esoteric        *   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
colossal yes  smoldering steeps   Options charlemagnes big thaw  ba da bing!        *   0:04:17 (Pop-up)
jay wiggins  sad girl   Options soul shots v.11 v/a            0:06:38 (Pop-up)
Beat Konducta (Madlib)  the mystery (dilla's still here)   Options beat konducta vol 5-6  stones throw        *   0:09:39 (Pop-up)
the long lost  woebegone( flying lotus' luckiest charm)   Options woebegone  ninja tune        *   0:10:35 (Pop-up)
steinski & mass media  it's up to you   Options It's Up to You            0:13:26 (Pop-up)
barbara acklin  i call it trouble   Options             0:19:27 (Pop-up)
jacques dutronc  l'opportuniste   Options jacques dutronc            0:21:27 (Pop-up)
nina simone  ain't got no- i got life   Options nina simone remixed & reimagined            0:24:39 (Pop-up)
loretta lynn  the pill   Options 20 greatest hits            0:27:19 (Pop-up)
les sans culottes  if you see something(say something)   Options       Single    *   0:29:51 (Pop-up)
the honey cone  Girls It Ain't Easy   Options             0:40:46 (Pop-up)
roy brown  let the four winds blow   Options Clap Your Hands and Stomp Your Feet v/a            0:43:19 (Pop-up)
chuck berry  no money down   Options after school session            0:45:20 (Pop-up)
elza soares  saltei de banda   Options samba soul 70 v/a            0:48:34 (Pop-up)
aretha franklin  a change   Options             0:51:07 (Pop-up)
holden  mia   Options             0:53:36 (Pop-up)
amylie  mes oreilles   Options             0:57:14 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  ton meilleur ami   Options the "yeh-yeh" girl from paris            1:00:31 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  tous les garcons et les filles de mon age   Options             1:05:16 (Pop-up)
hermanos calatrava  space oddity   Options scott's excellant pink noise: 2008 wfmu marathon premium v/a            1:08:58 (Pop-up)
dino and the dell-tones  you took my love   Options from san antonio to the gulf of mexico v/a            1:12:19 (Pop-up)
kool & the gang  jungle boogie   Options             1:14:39 (Pop-up)
micachu and the shapes  lips (we have band's "we have lips" remix)   Options             1:18:33 (Pop-up)
laura lee  rip off   Options             1:21:38 (Pop-up)
straight street holiness group  victory will be mine   Options gospel guitar greats:sinner's crossroads 2008 wfmu marathon premium v/a            1:25:37 (Pop-up)
the shaggs  painful memories   Options Shaggs' Own Thing            1:27:51 (Pop-up)
natalie wood  the sun is gray   Options Gilded Larynges: Gaylord Fileds WFMU 2008 Premium (V/A)            1:30:57 (Pop-up)
barbara morgenstern  camoufalge   Options BM            1:39:24 (Pop-up)
people like us & ergo phizmiz  blame it on the waltz   Options Rhapsody in Glue  arts council        *   1:42:44 (Pop-up)
klimperei  to crois que ca existe vraiment?   Options love you            1:45:06 (Pop-up)
sylvia plath  black rook in rainy weather   Options             1:50:51 (Pop-up)
vashti bunyan  girl's song in winter   Options some things just stick in your mind            1:51:37 (Pop-up)
roland p young  flutter fly flounce   Options isophonic boogie woogie    1980        1:52:57 (Pop-up)
red skelton  interprets the pledge of allegiance   Options             2:00:17 (Pop-up)
musee mechanique  sleeping in our clothes   Options hold this ghost  frog stand        *   2:04:51 (Pop-up)
garland green  it rained forty days and nights   Options a whole lot of soul is here! v/a            2:08:38 (Pop-up)
baris manco  kirpiklerin ok ok eyle   Options Dunden Bugune          *   2:19:17 (Pop-up)
the bird names  tepid waters   Options wooden lake/sexual diner  unsound        *   2:21:18 (Pop-up)
uproot andy/smal  chega de roubo   Options guacharaca migration          *   2:24:52 (Pop-up)
rita chao & the quests  hanky panky   Options girls in the garage oriental special            2:25:44 (Pop-up)
passion pit  sleepy head   Options             2:28:34 (Pop-up)
JAMs  dancing queen   Options             2:31:14 (Pop-up)
the dinning sisters  my adobe hacienda   Options shout sister shout laura cantrell's wfmu premium v/a            2:40:35 (Pop-up)
sound dimension  baby face   Options             2:43:03 (Pop-up)
shocking blue  love buzz   Options         thanks guzbourg    2:45:49 (Pop-up)
dawn penn  you don't love me   Options             2:51:39 (Pop-up)
heptones & sound dimension  sea of version   Options             2:55:06 (Pop-up)
ann peebles  how strong is a woman   Options straight from the heart            2:58:19 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am annie:

good morning trouble... 1st comment?
  9:02am texas scott:

morning,trouble...happy thursday,everyone
  9:06am trouble:

good morning good morning!
  9:06am Bad Ronald:

Morning folks! I like your show title Trouble, nice one.

Wow, didn't know "The Cheerful Insanity..." was re-released.
  9:08am fishmonkeystew:

Good morning, Trouble and fellow listeners!
  9:14am annie:

yeayyy!! thanks trouble for the papa bush
  9:15am dale:

it's the end of Ronald Reagan's 20th year in office.
  9:16am Shana:

Good morning, from frosty Michigan!
  9:16am annie:

futurama is not far of from the truth, yo
  9:17am annie:

ok: name this war: "pockets of resistance"
  9:18am dale:

i'll take the head of Nixon over this presidency anytime. All he did was wiretap a hotel room.
  9:18am listenerstu:

Hi Trouble

It's up to us ! Nobody's grievin

  9:23am 55bbrr:

Morning Trouble & listeners from 5-degrees-above-Buffalo.
  9:24am listener stu:

Whoa Dale
Invaded Cambodia without telling anyone.....prolonged the war so he could end it in time for it to be used for his re election, Created a White House Enemies List that included normal law abiding citizens ( who disagreed with him ). Nixon should have gone to jail. And Bush will pre pardon all his cronies before leaving office Both administrations are criminal

But let's celebrate the new dawn
  9:24am dale:

i loves the dutronc almost as much as halliday! hey, 55bbrr, I grew up in Silver Creek!
  9:26am annie:

4 here dale yet really sunny....
  9:28am dale:

stu, you're correct, I know. it's just that the present seems worse than the past, as I was in short pants then and I'm a middle aged taxpayer now.
  9:32am annie:

give up on the pop-quiz? and the answer is..........
  9:34am annie:

reagan era- grenada!! woohoo.
  9:36am jaypee:

Yay Trouble! He's going going gone!
  9:37am fishmonkeystew:

He (Bush) seems to be acting mighty relieved. And as smug as usual. What a rat bastard.
  9:39am dale:

he'll enjoy retirement in Dubai working for the Bin Laden family.
  9:41am annie:

they just voted themselves a raise too
  9:42am Swami:

Who? Talibush?
  9:43am annie:

  9:45am texas scott:

we seem to tire of every prez we vote in...bye richard,jerry,ronald,george,bill,george.how long before we tire of barry? i'm just saying...think about it.
  9:46am texas scott:

what happened to the how?
  9:49am trouble:

i never tire of jimmy carter...
  9:51am annie:

i hahve always liked him. you couldn't pay me enough to attempt to run this country under the current times and circumstances
  9:52am dale:

he's still out there at his age habitatting for the rest of humanity
  9:52am texas scott:

how could I have forgotten that wascally peanut farmer...
  9:52am Doug in DC:

Dale, I don't think it's going to be Dubai:
  9:54am 55bbrr:

77-81 was admirable on many levels.
  9:54am still b/p:

tx scott -- I kept feeling like I wuz jumping all jinxy doomface off the inaugural podium even before the bunting was hung by noting that some missteps are surely coming, and I don't have much confidence that the political and social culture can be much reoriented. Aretha makes me wanna believe, though!
  9:55am texas scott:

  9:56am annie:

i second that b/p
  9:57am dale:

i don't know -- Jenna Bush sent as emissary to broker a deal with the presidente of Paraguay?
  9:59am annie:

no, he's gonna join all the rest of the x-nazis!!!
  10:02am Florian @ Belle-Isle-en-mer:

That's a bit sad all these french songs : in France we have to keep our terrible president for 3 more long years at least...
  10:05am jaypee:

Paraguay? I hear all the old nazis are in a secret base in Antarctica?
  10:05am listenerstu:

Cool Dale

This is the modern world....not paradise

but ( imperfect ) future is coming bring your joy

Oh yeah !

Kiitos Trouble !
  10:10am Mooose:

Françoise Hardy is still so good-looking!
  10:12am Doug from DC:

Control de tierra para comandante Tom...I've got to find a copy of this.
  10:13am texas scott:

just for you,trouble...http://www.time.com/time/pr/magcovers.htm
  10:14am still b/p:

Friends don't let friends leave earth's atmosphere drunk.
  10:16am Negator:

F**k, yes! Jungle Boogie! Thanks, Trouble
  10:16am texas scott:

um..nevermind,trouble.great show today!
  10:18am texas scott:

http://www.time.com/time/pr/magcovers.html...i forgot the l
  10:22am annie:

these beats are great, trouble. and jungle boogie ... i say encore!
  10:26am cindy:

Jeb in 2012!!!!
  10:28am annie:

cindy make it bush/palin or palin/bush same thing
  10:31am dale:

here the Shaggs remind me of the Shangrilas!
  10:32am dale:

gonna name the next cat FootFoot
  10:32am annie:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/gallery/2009/jan/14/1?picture=341759158 hope this is right.. let me know if you see a sideways busch
  10:32am trouble:

true dale, they sound nearly proficient! although the creepy lyrics do give me pause...
  10:32am GP:

Hello Trouble and everyone.
Annie, Thanks for the email.
  10:33am annie:

,y pleasure GP, will certainly keep you posted..
  10:33am still b/p:

I did like that last song, but evidently pitch is not the Shaggs' Own Thing.
  10:34am Mooose:

At least there's only ONE thing wrong.
  10:35am ?:

fashion for the Shaggs..were they way ahead or behind...?
  10:36am annie:

can i send you 20 dollars? it's all i can afford as i'm not wortking and have to grapple it from my other half.
  10:39am 55bbrr:

I'd love to hear the Shagg's version of 'America', I Feel Pretty', 'Gee Officer Krupke', etc.
  10:42am erella:

Hi! so sweet to hear Robert Wyatt's voice! Yours too. I haven't been able to hear you in too long and this is a wonderful welcome. Thank you
  10:43am listener mark:

good morning everyone
just woke up.
  10:47am jennie:

I agree with Erella..so nice to have some trouble with my 2nd cup of Coffee...
and R.Wyatt's voice never fails to send me.
My husband has worked with him (as a radio plugger ) in England and says he's one of the nicest/genuine people he has ever encountered.
keep it going Ms. Trouble
  10:48am dale:

re: trouble's mention of hobbies - I just got a sewing machine to try quilting (if only I could sew some food or fuel for the furnace with it). Anyone else have new hobbies/interests in aught nine?
  10:49am www.erella.net:

Jennie, what is a radio plugger?
  10:50am annie:

• The Coca-Cola Co. is unveiling a new global ad campaign around the theme “Open Happiness,” replacing ‘The Coke Side of Life.” It is hoped, according to the Wall Street Journal, that it will “appeal to consumers' longing for comfort and optimism at a time when the weakening economy is sapping soft-drink sales.”
i feel better already..
  10:50am trouble:

of course annie, 20 $ is just grand! AND HELLO Erella! i hope this means you are well!
  10:50am Mooose:

I have a new hobby- Anchor blocks! (Anker Steinbaukasten)
  10:50am Vivian:

Sylvia Plath? Wonderful
  10:51am annie:

thanks trouble.. i'm glad i donated long ago when i was rich..
  10:52am Doug in DC:

Strange coincidence, a friend and I were talking about Sylvia Plath last night.
  10:52am GP:

My sister got a membership in our local blacksmith guild/club as a CHristams gift...so I guess that is my new hobby.
  10:53am GP:

I mean..she got ME a membership..DOH
  10:53am jennie:

A radio Plugger is radio promoter...He set up a session for Robert Wyatt with John Peel (Peel Sessions)...Radio Plugger=Get band sessions, get records out to radio for airplay. That's how ai met hiim(my husband thet is)...playing a session at the BBC
  10:54am texas scott:

i will pursue the same hobby i've had for years...digging thru the record bins at the salvation army stores...such fun treasure hunting...good one gp
  10:55am annie:

dale, re; hobbies: i just re-secured my old sewing machine, the one i've had for 30 years or so. i love to sew, i am finishing a long-ago started project: a remastering of my favorite crazy quilt, by favorite hobby is gardening, which i will enjoy soon, i hope.. even the anticipation of seeds arriving is a jolly thought. oh right scott, and listening to radio
  10:55am dale:

Mooose: had to google them....you design sets and cut them out yourself? GP, I actually just bought McRaven's 'The Blacksmith's Craft'...
  10:57am Mooose:

HA! I wish. I just play with them. Maybe I don't wish. Playing is plenty. A total sensory experience.
  10:58am annie:

the planer, the plane... has taken ricardo away!!! he is on paradise island now
  10:58am GP:

Trouble. i rally liked hearing Sylvia..in fact I believe that is the first time I have heard her voice..She sounds a bit like she is from Wales but I know she is Yankee.

Dale..good book...I have no anvil yet or anything, but it has always been an interest.
  10:58am jim gallagher:

What a pleasant treat to hear Sylvia Plath on air. Ariel would be lovely to hear too.
  10:59am dale:

Salvay rekkid hunting has dried up for me. too many Firestone Xmas albums and copies of 'The Button Down Mind...'Annie, we got a Husqvarna Quilter on ebay. It blows the doors off the old black straight stitch Singer we have.
  10:59am trouble:

i am so thrilled that you are all talking about making things with your hands.
  11:01am annie:

dale, i lovemy old singer... i have a young friend who sews silk scarves, and her machine is sexy as hell. my singer has many attachments, which goes against my buddhist princiales ;)
  11:01am Erella:

Yes Trouble, I am way better. This time last year I had an inoperable brain tumour and now I can take my good health for granted just like everyone else. (Just kidding) I am not as strong as I was, but I will be. I Have no tumour.

As for John Peel and Wyatt. That sounds great. Have you guys heard the story about how Billy Bragg got his "big break" by bringing Peel a sandwich or something? I love stories like those.
  11:02am Webhamster Henry:

(Red Skelton)
Long live the Internet Flexi-Oddity Disk museum!
  11:02am annie:

erella, good on ya!!
  11:03am erella:

I love the talk of Singers and Billy bragg and wyatt all at the same time. Trouble, you bring it out of us.
  11:03am dale:

remember Red's closing line? "Good night, and may God bless...." For extra credit who said "Leave the latchstring out and the dogs tied up. I'm coming home"?
  11:06am Erella:

Here it is:
Hearing DJ John Peel mention on-air that he was hungry, Bragg rushed to the BBC with a mushroom biryani, so Peel played a song from Life's a Riot, although at the wrong speed (since the 12" LP was, unconventionally, cut to play at 45rpm).[8] Peel insisted he would have played the song even without the biryani, and he later played it at the correct speed.
It wasn't a sandwich, it was a biryani.

....and thank you for that dedication, Trouble.
  11:06am annie:

what's his name.. that guy .... i know it....
  11:07am dale:

annie: http://p-l-m.blogspot.com/2008/09/things-go-better-with-coke-sixties-coca.html

60's Coke commericals to download (Jan&Dean, Orbison, Moody Blues....)
  11:07am jennie:

Billy bragg story..yes a grest one.
Erella..u inspire me! Wishing you the very best...
  11:08am erella:

did Glenn Campbell say that?
  11:08am Bob:

Dear Trouble,

You charaterization of the Lillie Ledbedder act was not quite accurate. Perhaps a lawyer or labor activist responded earlier, but gender-based pay discrimination is already illegal. The LL act is to overturn a procedural ruling of the Bush Supreme Court which says that the time limit for filing legal action claiming gender pay discrimination (I think it is two years, but I'm not sure) is from the time the pay discrimination started. Usually, pay violations are considered a continuing violation that recurs with every pay check. So when LL filed her original suit, she could go retroactive for two years from the date she filed the suit. In her case, since she did not discover that she was being discriminated against for more than the time limit in the law after the discrimination began, the Court threw out her suit.

The act, if passed by Congress, will re-affirm that pay discrimination is a contiuing violation.

Apologies for the typos and the delay in commenting. I'm trying to get out of the house and everyone knows how difficult that can be.

BTW, I find it amusing and interesting coincidental that GWB's last day in office in the national holiday for MLK's birthday. You can be sure that GWB's birthday will never be a national holiday.
  11:08am dale:

10 points to Erella! I hope you use our points wisely....
  11:09am annie:

"i'd like to teach the world to sing" is way up there along with "it's a small world after all" that can evoke small tearfulness from mine eyes.
  11:18am trouble:

bob, i appreciate your clarification of the fine points of the lilly ledbetter bill. But if women can not file a grievance at any time then the equality of pay is not guaranteed.
  11:19am WWW.Erella.net:

Hey I love seeing the Marvin Gaye coke commercial. That is good on that page. I will use the points as well as I can.

Have you seen the Harry Nilsson movie the Point, Dale?

Here is a bit of joy for your amusement.
This is really funny: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G8jeVrzJ9U
I just saw this today. It is Johnny cash doing an elvis impression.
  11:20am dale:

this appears to be a progessive group of folks, so here's an online petition to have Obama appoint a Secretary to the Arts. It seems legit:

  11:22am Chris:

Hey what was that song that wasn't garland green yet after musee mechanique, sounded like Tim Buckley with dulcimer noise etc
  11:22am www.Erella.net:

It would be nice to have a secretary for the Arts but really, do you think a petition would make Obama consider such an idea? I don't know if these things really do anything other than con us into thinking that we have a voice.
  11:24am annie:

dale, i will counter that with this:

if he is nominated, which seems likely, unfortunately, the future of our food safety is even more in question. and as an aside www.change.gov is great way to voice yourself too
  11:24am dale:

i haven't seen the point in years. it was always on televsion in the early 70s but disappeared from consciousness. I'll see if i can order it at blockbuster.
  11:25am Erella:

Sorry to sound discouraging there. It would be a fantastic idea, And maybe that is the gift that Obama has given Americans, it is the concept of hope and imagination. Obama is the first american politician I can imagine in an art gallery or buying a cd for his own pleasure.
I think that is monumentally significant.
  11:25am annie:

trouble, thanks for the soap-box forum today, i've been pretty active in this field a long time and am feeling very frustrated..
  11:26am jk:

don't mean to nit pick, but it's Baris not Boris Manço
  11:26am Erella:

I bought the point on DVD and just found it here on Youtube (IN ITS ENTIRETY!)
  11:27am Sean Daily:

But I wonder if her baby does the hanky panky.

Oh, and... not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:29am dale:

i could see Bush in one of those galleries with the bronzes of cowboys and western paintings. But it would be great fun to follow him around Dia.
  11:29am Chris:

Once I was at this Zen center, and I asked them what the point of it all was, and they sat me down and had me watch that movie, no joke.
  11:30am annie:

chris, it makes total sense eh?
  11:31am Sean Daily:

Chris: That sounds like something a Zen Buddhist would do.
  11:31am annie:

my favorite response to alot of that questioning and stress is the table-slap.
  11:32am Erella:

I just watched a CBC-TV documentary (I live in toronto, Canada) about plastic. They made a scary point:
The guy asked you to think about every bit of plastic you've ever seen in your lifetime (they showed images of coffee cups and hair dryers and bad old computers and phones and 60's chairs...)
They then told us that every bit of that plastic is still here on earth.
Then they said that plastic is looking more like food and food is looking more like plastic. It was fascinating to see how little pellets of plastic looks like plankton and the fish eat it, and there are islands the size of england in the ocean, made of discarded plastic.
Very sobering dcc.

Annie, more power to you and your movement.
  11:32am still b/p:

They said, "The point is nil, son."
  11:32am Kayt:

Yesterday I listened to the show when you interviewed Barbara Morgenstern, great interview. You played camouflage again today. I was wondering, are the lyrics a haiku?
  11:33am annie:

erella, if you are interested i blog at OCA as radicalmom
  11:34am erella:

Bart, is that you?
I love that comment and the thought of watching The Point in a Zen Centre.

Annie, OCA?
Ontario College of Art?
  11:35am annie:

www.organicconsumers.org :)
  11:35am Emily:

This is awesome!
  11:35am erella:

Nice to meet you all.
This is fun, trouble. Thank you for this.
  11:35am Ted from Baltimore:

Damn, Trouble, so much music I have to get after listening to your show this morning. And um, does "shite" count as cursing in a different language in FCC-land?
  11:36am GP:

Get em Annie...
I like that quote Erella: "Then they said that plastic is looking more like food and food is looking more like plastic."
  11:37am dale:

i take my recycling to the transfer station (dump) every other weekend and we have a 50 gallon rubbermaid can full of HDPE, styrofoam and tin, mostly from food packaging. and we eat no processed food either. The paper pile gets smaller, though, since the Times jacked up the price to a dollar and a half. erella, any good memories of Tiny Talent Time or Party Game?
  11:38am dale:

sorry - if it's in a tin, it's processed somehow...
  11:39am annie:

erella, it's a pleasure to have your voice here in the sandbox
  11:40am Sean Daily:

Ted from Baltimore: Of course "shite" doesn't count, Ted! I mean, why not? None that the FCC's morality corps does make sense; why should that?
  11:41am annie:

trouble!!! i forgot to tell you. joe mcgasko has bird vinyl i sent down there. ask him and see if you will be able to wrest it from him. i did put your name on the list next to the name if the album.
  11:42am Cecile:

cooooooooooooooooooooold. too coooooooooooooooooooooooold.

If dave is from MN, it's -20 without windchill.
  11:44am Ellen:

Trouble- listening from the Museum of Natural History in NYC where you would have a hay day with all the drawers of stuffed bird specimens. Some are very very old. You would like...although I'm a fan of the alive sort...
  11:46am Erella:

Haha Dale, yes I remember them both (perhaps a bit too much). Scary.

Toronto has a pretty green Mayor. Our compost gets picked up at our houses every week and the curbside recycling program is super advanced.
Now there is a new bylaw that all stores have to charge extra for plastic bags. It all helps.
When I go to visit my friends in Michigan and see no mandated recycle programs I find it surprising and kind of retro. "Oh, look a No Smoking section in the family restaurant".

Yergh but it is soooooo cold here today. A million below zero, at least.
  11:48am dale:

Trouble, "Never Marry a Railroad Man" is a great SB song, too...
  11:48am annie:

erella i have fond memories of Garbagio's in eugene. waaaayyy ahead of their time.. and people actually enjoyed washing cans to be in the loop on recycling.. we have gotten way too lazy..
  11:48am Ellen:

I wish we had compost pick-up in NYC! No one has backyards...it only makes sense!
  11:48am trouble:

i was under the understanding that if it wasn't U.S. english it was ok. hope that didn't bother...
  11:49am Cecile:

Erella, Michigan does have a very good bottle deposit program. I bought myself many mac 'n' cheese dinners with the beer bottles lying around when I was a tad.
  11:49am PMD:

I hear your love buzz. So sorry I missed this morning! Darn work... And can;t keep up with the comments... But I'll go back and read.
  11:50am GP:

Ellen..did you ever read those crime novels by Doug Preston and Lincoln Childs? A bunch of their scenarios take place in the Museum of Natural History...pretty good, entertaining reads. One of the authors used to work there or something.
  11:50am Ellen:

Yes...Nirvana cover...sweet hahahha
  11:51am trouble:

I love the birds at the natl history museum
  11:51am Ellen:

GP- no, I haven't, but I found the book, "Bankers, Bones and Beetles" about the museum to be really interesting. It's a very mysterious place to work for sure. Magical!
  11:52am kent goldings:

i've heard 'feck' on billy jam's show, so i think 'shite' is okay...
  11:53am GP:

I love to visit...the history and the architecture is amazing. Check out those books if you get a chance. THey have a whole series involving Agent Pendergast chracter as an FBI agent.

Take care.all.off to a meeting now
  11:54am Lou:

awesome show as usual

sending you some red sox love
  11:54am Ellen:

Trouble- Me too....

The first time I got a tour of the ornithology department ( I work in entomology), there was a man doing some water color paintings of some of the stuffed birds- like for book illustrations or something. They were so beautiful. He made them look so alive...
  11:54am jk:

love buzz isn't a nirvana cover, that's the original.

this is a great version of nonono. love the show
  11:54am dale:

ellen, i've started seeing electric undercounter composters (look like a little dishwasher). The good is no smelly garbage and compost. The bad is it uses electricity - most likely coal fired around here.
  11:55am pinky aoki:

Fab!! dig one more 60's Dutch garage track please,"Russian spy and I" by THE HUNTERS!!
  11:57am annie:

trouble, thanks for the fabulous show today...welcome back erella
  11:57am Ellen:

Thanks, Dale. I think I know the kind you're talking about. I still think the city should invest in public compost pick up. I think those composters cost a couple hundred bucks and I just don't know what you'd even do with it without a backyard, ya know?
  11:58am Ted from Baltimore:

"Feck" always reminds me of David Sedaris's story about finding the poorly edited porn novel when he was a kid
  11:58am Ike:

I love that Passion Pit song and the JAMs (a.k.a. the KLF, which stands for Kopyright Liberation Front). I don't know why they abbreviated Justified Ancients of Mu Mu as "JAMs" but they did, apparently. What wankers. But great ones.
  4:13pm mike tp:

hi trubbs really fine show patrick macgoohan of the show prisonerhas passed.
  11:17am hello caller:

OMG, Trouble, you are a master.
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