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A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Alice Coltrane 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 February 19, 2009: how come i keep missing you when i'm such a good shot II/MV & EE live

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
interbellum  mansfield louisiana   Options Over All of Spain The Sky Is Clear        *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
lottie kimbrough  wayward girl blues   Options i woke up one morning in may v/a  mississippi      *   0:04:12 (Pop‑up)
shirley collins  space girl   Options           0:06:23 (Pop‑up)
fursaxa  kokopelli   Options kobold moon        *   0:09:09 (Pop‑up)
dana  to64fx   Options adult weekend        *   0:14:17 (Pop‑up)
animal collective  also frightened   Options merriweather post pavilion        *   0:20:41 (Pop‑up)
leila  don't fall asleep   Options like weather          0:21:17 (Pop‑up)
seu jorge  chatterton   Options cru          0:24:06 (Pop‑up)
HAR-YOU percussion group  tico   Options sounds of ghetto youth  esp-disk  1967    *   0:27:43 (Pop‑up)
              0:33:48 (Pop‑up)
shirley ann lee  there's a light   Options local customs: downriver revival v/a  numero group      *   0:41:02 (Pop‑up)
simone massaron  love me mine   Options dandelions on fire  long song        0:42:25 (Pop‑up)
espers  byss & abyss   Options the golden apples of the sun v/a  arthur magazine        0:45:36 (Pop‑up)
dorit chrysler  spring breeze   Options 4 women no cry vol 2 v/a          0:49:48 (Pop‑up)
elis regina  samba da bencao (samba saravah) live at Olympia   Options           0:53:51 (Pop‑up)
the fates  (#1)   Options furia    1985      0:56:45 (Pop‑up)
MV& EE  the hungry stones Live   Options       thanks trent wolbe recording ace!    1:06:03 (Pop‑up)
  huna cosm LIve             1:09:46 (Pop‑up)
  boo woe Live (when it's all gone)             1:16:58 (Pop‑up)
  weatherhead hollow Live             1:27:22 (Pop‑up)
  drone trailer LIVE             1:43:58 (Pop‑up)
indian jewelry  zing zang   Options split 12" with future blonds  dull knife      *   2:02:56 (Pop‑up)
njurmannen  cold meat industry   Options vem ar pavul?  borft  1984    *   2:12:02 (Pop‑up)
future bible heroes  lonely days   Options future bible heroes          2:16:56 (Pop‑up)
susan alcorn  heart sutra   Options And I Await (the resurrection of the pedal steel guitar)  olde english spelling bee      *   2:23:38 (Pop‑up)
kings of convenience  winning a battle, losing the war (remixed by andy votel)   Options versus          2:27:58 (Pop‑up)
yelle  tristesse/joie   Options pop-up          2:31:17 (Pop‑up)
the tony hatch sound featuring the breakaways  live for life   Options it's so fine v/a          2:37:59 (Pop‑up)
wilf carter ( montana slim)  there's a love knot in my lariat   Options singing in the saddlevv/a          2:44:37 (Pop‑up)
alela diane  tatted lace   Options to be still  rough trade      *   2:46:48 (Pop‑up)
curtis mayfield  dirty laundry   Options Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country v/a          2:51:29 (Pop‑up)
buffy sainte marie  'til i see you again   Options Buffy / Changing Woman / Sweet America  saint  mid 70's      2:55:48 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am annie:

morning trouble... morning everyone
  9:02am Parq:

Mornin' Miss T. Lovely seg from Hativka to those mournful cello notes.
  9:03am listener mark:

good morning trouble
good morning world
  9:04am annie:

louis bellson finally put his drumsticks down..
  9:09am annie:

i heard a great tribute set yesterday.
  9:13am texas scott:

morning,trouble and the rest of youse.
looking forward to hearing your special guests!
  9:13am trouble:

good sunny morning all
  9:19am SmokinJ:

Another perfect day!
  9:20am Parq:

Whoa, Bellson was married to Pearl Baily. (Bailey?)
  9:20am annie:

smokin i was just thinking about you.. in an offhand kinda way...
  9:21am annie..:

parq. really?? wow
  9:21am SmokinJ:

I feel fortunate!
  9:23am annie:

yeah, was coming up with ideas to sustain the mind and how barter would work in that respect.. ;)
  9:24am SmokinJ:

It IS a free economy after all..
  9:26am annie:

i am SO in your corner, there. i say eliminate cash and go back to trade for goods and serives..
  9:28am SmokinJ:

Goods for services rendered!
  9:29am Parq:

Annie: yeah, I checked AP for the obit after you mentioned it. Can you imagine what a cool home environment they must have had, the humor, the joy?
  9:29am annie:

  9:30am annie:

parq, i imagine it was sublime.. and the collection of music .. a fly on the wall, i should be.
  9:34am annie:

well, actually. i was blessed with parents who adored all forms of music. trumpet concertos put me to sleep each night.. and there was the radio.. i had music all the time.. the record collection... yeah, i was lucky.. very lucky.
  9:36am postmanpaul:

did i just hear the first curlew of spring?
  9:37am c:

turn the birds down, i can't hear you!
  9:39am SmokinJ:

First j o' the day Trouble-Meister!
  9:49am annie:

PTP; i read a wonderful daily thoreau post the other day.. described the starkness of the crisp winter air and the call of a jay. wonderful.. there is a daily blog post for each of his diary entries..
  9:52am annie:

i just went to that blog, that is gorgeous! thanks for the tip.
  9:53am north guinea hills:

a little thoreau brightens every day.....
  9:53am birdmanpaul:

unusual to spot a jay over there, smokin, that must be a first!

annie, i was commenting when your jay piece appeared, are we two birds of a feather? over hear they prefer posh suburban gardens.
  9:54am Cecile:

guns, tvs, vcrs, here's the show where Trouble stars!
  9:55am 55ffrr:

Nate Chinen of the NYTimes did a nice obit for Louie Bellson. Master technician right up there with Buddy.
  9:55am Cecile:

and I LOVE Elis Regina so much. soooo much
  9:55am SmokinJ:

No shortage of j's here:)
  9:57am huighaura'd:

are MV & EE playing live today or assisting the Dj with choices? morning to all
  9:57am annie:

louis bellson was my first love in drummer -land..

birds. feathers... reminds me i saw "ghost dog" last night. and i loved films about pigeons.. but cardinals are my best bird..that tesla thing was cool. yes PTP.. perhaps.
  9:59am potmanpaul:

here neither :)
annie, what is daily thoreau?
  10:01am highaura'd:

  10:01am annie:

enjoy PTP.....
  10:01am north guinea hills:

trouble, please tell us more about the fates. name is not too googleable.... grazie!
  10:02am north guinea hills:

Thanks annie!
  10:03am annie:

my pleasure..
  10:03am postmanpaul:

cheers annie.
  10:04am postmanpaul:

and highaura'd.
  10:04am spittake:

Trouble, did you subscribe to CRAFT too??
  10:06am postmanpaul:

wfmu, i'm gonna rob a bank for you guys.
  10:08am annie:

PTP, i have the sack!
  10:08am SmokinJ:

Might as well Paul, they're robbin' us!
  10:10am Cecile:

or Budget Living? Or Domino?
  10:11am Josh:

Yes, this MV & EE is the perfect thing with which to to start my day.
  10:11am trouble:

about robbing the bank: please do but don't let us know which one, then we'll be have to give it back...
  10:12am trouble:

spittake, no but i was contemplating selvedge, when i get rich, that it
  10:13am Bad Ronald:

Morning Folks!

WFMU - Were the music is so hot you might get scalded if you don't wear protective clothing.
  10:13am trouble:

domino! hah, i had just let my subscription lapse and when we went on line to pay they said: no go, we be gone
  10:14am Cecile:

it's like a curry...
  10:16am spittake:

I finally subscribed to Martha's Everyday Food because if was two subscriptions for $12, and I don't think that's going anywhere soon.
  10:17am Cecile:

I love everyday food, but I stopped picking it up, cause I have to start cooking my way through them...
  10:28am trouble:

NGH: look here for more info on "the fates"
  10:32am Tyler:

What a pleasant surprise, a MV & EE morning!
  10:33am north guinea hills:

thanks trouble!
  10:34am fishmonkeystew:

Good morning all!

Thanks for the tunes, Trouble!
  10:34am Tyler:

Tape pit blues
  10:38am still b/p:

Next year: WFMU Record Fair and Free-Form Full-Food-Freak Four-Corners-of-the-Earth Endorphintastic Potluck Flavorfest.
I'd take the Chinese bus to town for THAT!
  10:39am annie:

b/p . did you type that all in one breath?
  10:40am peep:

good morning Trouble.
  10:40am postmanpaul:

for anyones delectation:
  10:40am still b/p:

...in one hungry mouthful.
  10:41am peep:

good morning Trouble.
  10:45am trouble:

thanks for hanging in there live music folks! I know some people aren't fans of the live sets...
  10:47am Matt:

No apologies needed for this one I don't think.
  10:48am hello?:

answer the door, somebody!
  10:48am texas scott:

this is for all my Jewish friends.
it even has cheetos?!!
  10:48am postmanpaul:

you might be surprised just how many of us are thoroughly enjoying the live set and burning josh sticks at the mo, trouble.
  10:48am GP:

Hello Trouble!

Thanks for the link PostmanPaul, now I have to convert everything to imperial, but some of those look really tasty.
  10:51am trouble:

i LOVE the live sets, or I wouldn't have them. but some types are anti, And i guess i should just pay them never no mind. Perhaps i am being overly polite this A.M., must be the nose spray making me all emo
  10:53am annie:

trouble, the music fits the day wonderfully..
all: anyone know cannibal ox?
  10:54am postmanpaul:

gp, i believe there is a handy converter on the site.
waitrose is my petty bourgeoisie supermarket of choice.
  10:55am Parq:

People don't like the live sets? God, and I'm usually so upset when I miss one (tuned into Kurt this AM just too late for the Lexi Mt). Can't imagine any FMU listener disliking the live sets, but I guess it takes all kinds.
  10:56am annie:

PMP- it'll get to to cook again. all i cook now is potatoes and fish and chicken.. hhmm. chicken.. dinner.. hhmm.
  10:56am Cecile:

not personally, but i've heard a few tracks I like.
  10:56am Doug from DC:

The Waitrose looks good. They opened a Pret a Manger in DC, but the menu got Americanized. No Scottish Smoked Salmon sandwiches. I miss those.
  10:57am GP:

Waitrose looks good. I worked on setting up the sites for some of the Tesco Fresh and Easy stores here in the states. Near me we have 3 Whole Foods Market which offer us similar, although expensive, organic choices.
  10:59am annie:

cecile, was that responding to my Q? here is an interesting review.. i like this blog anyway. very diverse.http://jointcontrast.com/?p=513
  11:00am GP:

Trouble and Trent, did ya'll change the DJ mic out? THis one sounds all syrupy, compressed, tubey, and WONDERFUL, or heard that you might be working out of a remodeled portion of the studio or something.
  11:05am john:

The Coronation Chicken was always my favorite Pret sangwich. Again, didn't quite make it here. Presumably due to the fact that we're a republic.
  11:05am Cecile:

yes, you asked about Cannibal Ox.
  11:05am GP:

P.s.: What kind of mic are you using and are you uising the boards preamp or do you have a separate mic preamp?

Sorry, in a techie mood today!
  11:06am annie:

cool, i just saw that review and vid and wondered if it would interest anyone..
  11:06am trouble:

GP: we are in studio b in prep for the fundraising marathon, so yes this mike sounds different than the studio A mike.
  11:06am Cecile:

Am I the only one hearing "Coronation" by Tin Huey in her head right now?

I guess so.
  11:08am trouble:

GP: you got the wrong girl. I just play the songs that make the whole world sing. I don't know nothing about birthin' no techie things...
  11:10am Bad Ronald:

Sounds like a telefunken u47, with leather...
  11:13am GP:

LOL Bad Ronald...I thought the same thing.

Trouble, just keep the sounds coming our way, but for what its worth you sound even more wonderful on the Studio B setup!
  11:13am SmokinJ:

More like a Audio Technica condenser+board pre...
  11:14am Techie Glenn L:

GP & BR the Studio B host mic is a large diaphragm Audio Technica (I believe) going into an Audio Arts R-60 Broadcast console. No outboard mic pre's or onboard Eq's.
Not even sure where the phantom is coming from.
  11:15am SmokinJ:

Thought so..
  11:16am Techie Glenn L:

You're been on "the inside", Smokin J!
  11:18am SmokinJ:

No, I'm a broadcast eng:) (really)
  11:18am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:18am GP:

Good ear Smokin J, and thanks Techie Glenn
  11:19am SmokinJ:

And thanks for the compliment:)
  11:21am Doug from DC:

Let's try that again...
Great set by the way, quite a trip.
  11:22am trouble:

but i do find it so sweet that you guys thought that i would actually speak tech.
  11:23am annie:

always a first time trouble. and you must be absorbing it slowly, anyway, through exposure.. :)
  11:25am not_a_techmanpaul:

i reckon i'm in safe hands here.
  11:29am GP:

Talk nerdy to me!
  11:29am Pro Moe:

Join us for "Sandwiches 'n Studio Gear," Thursday mornings in the WFMU Listener Comments. Mmmm, tasty.
  11:35am annie:

i love that word, "tristesse".
  11:37am annie:

PMP- speaking of birds.. my fave bird sound is the sound of the courting chickadee, which, for the longest time, i thought was a phoebe.. turns out to be a chickadee.. looong low two toned whistle.. almost like gooooood;byyyyee.
  11:37am Cecile:

tristesse and isolde
  11:37am trouble:

annie, have you seen the movie /read the book: "bonjour tristesse", written by francoise sagan? the movie features juliette greco in a cameo.
  11:39am annie:

trouble,. i have heard of it and just linger on that phrase, never get past it..i am writing it down now..thanks for the info.. any chickadees in your cache?
  11:42am Parq:

"Live for Life" really takes me back to my childhood in the 60s, listening to my now-deceased father's music of choice. Play "Girl from Ipanema" and I may start to cry.
  11:45am Doug from DC:

It really does bug me that bands won't indicate 33 or 45 rpm on their singles anymore. I'm still not sure about some of the ones I've got.
  11:46am T & T & Y & L:

When she passes, he smiles, but she doesn't see.
  11:49am MILF:

Is a Wilf a wrangler I'd...you know..
  11:50am Parq:

T & T & Y & L, all that Bain de Soilel is making her eyes water, no doubt.
  11:52am Cecile:

for that san tropez tan!
  11:55am GP:

Dang, Curtis was psychic, predicting 2008 and all that,
  11:57am Parq:

Anybody remember that "Far Side" cartoon titled "Things from Ipanema"? The dog -- the girl -- the salesman -- the homicidal maniac --
  11:57am Doug from DC:

GP, the more things change...
  11:58am annie:

within the deep reaches of my brain parq...yes.
  12:18pm Barry:

Hey Trouble, did you see Lykke Li on Carson Daily. She had the whole show. He compared her to Stevie Nicks, which seemed weird until she sang. She really has that same extravagant romantic thing - hiding in the folds of her clothes, jingling her necklace appropriately - a strange mix with the seemingly obligatory - you're not the only one who has a right to be here - stance of today's 20-somethings.
  6:49pm murry:

do you like herman dune? I love all your playlists...i wondered what you thought
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