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Options November 5, 2009: he has one day to gloat

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format New Approx. start time
king kong ding dong  this is not a parade   Options youth culture index        *   0:00:00 ()
Nu Sounds (Sun Ra)  spaceship lullaby   Options interplanetary melodies: doo wop from saturn and beyond v 1  norton      *   0:05:14 ()
erik satie  prelude de ridea rouge   Options l'oeuvre pour piano a quatre mains          0:06:57 ()
notwist  red room   Options different cars and trains          0:11:17 ()
the cannanes with steward  astra   Options all's fair in love and chickfactor cf mixtape 1 v/a          0:17:06 ()
nite jewel  what did he say   Options good evening  human ear      *   0:21:35 ()
murcof  mir   Options check the water v/a leaf label first ten years          0:26:30 ()
big blood  vitamin c   Options undercovers          0:38:13 ()
anita o'day  is you is or is you ain't my baby   Options OST short bus          0:44:51 ()
dub syndicate  the show is coming   Options tunes from the missing channel          0:49:52 ()
mc patate  confessions   Options Gateau Blaster          0:54:11 ()
ttc  polutions feat la caution   Options N'est pas un disque          0:56:10 ()
the mills brothers  paper doll   Options teenage: the creation of youth 1911-1946 v/a  trikont      *   1:02:10 ()
dick hyman  four duets in odd meter   Options the electric eclectics of dick hyman          1:05:28 ()
belbury poly  seed ships   Options from an ancient star          1:15:19 ()
naomi shelton and the gospel queens  what more can i do?   Options what have you done my brother?          1:16:26 ()
betrand burgalot  chaque jour   Options the sssound of mmmmusic          1:21:04 ()
lulacruza & MJ greenmountain  caracoles   Options soloina          1:24:39 ()
roberto y su orquesta tipica  el amanecer   Options mata la pena  MRI      *   1:27:02 ()
persona  introducao-monte, ceu   Options son    1975      1:29:21 ()
barbara  si la photo est bonne   Options           1:36:50 ()
low on high  hustler   Options low on high  apathy productions      *   1:44:50 ()
roland p young  rowland   Options Isophonic Boogie Woogie (1980)  em        1:46:27 ()
eglantine gouzy  sante   Options boamaster          1:54:20 ()
drug rug  don't be frightened by the devil   Options paint the fence invisible  black and greene      *   1:57:26 ()
vitoire scott  4eme dimension   Options           2:00:52 ()
bette renee  just my pride   Options the philly sound you never heard v 2  funkadelphia      *   2:03:46 ()
mum  sing along   Options sing along to songs you don't know  euphono      *   2:09:57 ()
carol batton  intro: bee-ing   Options folk is not a four letter word v/a          2:14:53 ()
the skygreen leopards  inland towns, nine car train for fremont   Options gorgeous johnny  jagjaguwar      *   2:16:45 ()
dee mullins  love makes the world go round ( but money greases the wheel)   Options the continuing story  omni recording corporation      *   2:19:30 ()
Michel Polnareff  hey you woman   Options           2:21:25 ()
marcio local  sentimento rei   Options says don day don dree don don        *   2:26:52 ()
los brito  el 4 5 6   Options si para usted v 2  waxing deep      *   2:30:37 ()
stereo total  holiday innn   Options       7"    2:33:00 ()
the drums  lets go surfing   Options         *   2:35:10 ()
juliana barwick  cloudbank   Options florine        *   2:44:26 ()
the xx  VCR   Options the xx        *   2:47:28 ()
yuko ikoma  moderato   Options esquisse  wind bell        2:52:55 ()
winter drones  two long weeks part 2   Options           2:53:15 ()
ann-louise liljedahl  vid horisonten   Options arkipelag          2:55:39 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 11/5/09 9:03am Parq:

Oh, but it is.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:03am Lou:

red sox love to you

here's a request

mp3 at the bottom
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:06am Cecile:

Aw, poor trouble.

I hate both the Yankees and the Red Sox. But my last favorite baseball team was the '74 As, so there you go.

Feel better!
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:08am matheus:

good god!
this is the best erik satie i've ever heard.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:10am Cecile:

ITA matheus
who is the pianist?
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:10am Adrian in London:

Greetings Trouble, and to all. There'sa nice piece on the Erik Satie Museum here: http://themoment.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/anne-on-the-move-a-weekend-in-honfleur-france/?scp=3&sq=erik%20satie&st=cse
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:18am Cecile:

that looks magical!
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:18am trouble:

good morning all. almost didn't include the good part. Not so much for the phillies loss but our new nj governor, ick!
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:20am v k:

can anyone cite a corzine accomplishment? i'm not a fan of new NJ gov, but feel it is time to give someone else a chance
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:22am Adrian in London:

Cecile, if you like that then the little Jean Cocteau museum in Menton is one of the best places I've ever visited. It's tiny and beautiful. There's going to be a large centre built nearby, and quite rightly, but the little fort is so perfect it'd be a shame if it were no longer used.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:24am Cecile:

I'd love to get to France. And that sounds lovely, too.
I have to start re-adjusting my priorities. Travel more.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:25am Trapper:

I second Miss Trouble's 'ICK'
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:30am Lou:

ditto on "ick"

can i add maine to the ick list
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:31am BSI:

just quietly lurking here in the Belly of the Beast.
.....this Murcof dealie is the sweetness....
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:32am Amanda:

Phillies & Yankees-quit yer whining. Better luck next year.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:38am PMD:

Yay! I could so use this big blood. Thank you! Hi Trouble. Hi all.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:38am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Schools are funded by local property taxes in Virginia. I thought that was the way it is done everywhere.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:39am matheus:

I can't believe this a Can cover.
I never knew people made Can covers.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:39am Ψ-Ns:

That is why so many old people from NJ move to Florida - no property taxes
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:39am em:

this vitamin c track does have restorative powers.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:40am Cecile:

Same here, DDG.
Who were the pianists on the Satie piece, Trouble?

Nothing wrong with Republican governors as long as they're just fiscally conservative and not trying to legislate your bedroom behavior.

Which, sadly, is less and less common these days.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:41am Cecile:

Pawlenty here in MN is unfortunately one of the latter. And extremely capricious with the programs he wants to cut.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:41am BSI:

Ah, the big blood........ this is so much better than anything on the 'Sacrilege' Can remix compilation...
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:42am thecleef:

Healthy Can interpretation=Sick!
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:42am Adrian in London:

Camille, we here in Europe have always been sneery about the tiny number of Americans who have passports, but then someone pointed out to me that you only get one week's holiday per year or something stupid like that. Insane.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:45am Cecile:

that's it exactly.
I get about four or so now that I've been at a public agency for years. But it gets eaten up taking care of sick parents and visiting family at Christmas. I have the time, just not really the $ to travel these days. I want to change that.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:49am em:

don't some european countries give their citizens a stipend/allowance for holiday/travel (essentially a rebate from the income tax)? i seem to remember my friend in the netherlands getting a couple thou delivered from the govt to the bank account slated for holiday expenses.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:57am trouble:

the pianists on the satie were dominique merlet & jean-pierre armengaud
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:58am Adrian in London:

That certainly doesn't happen here, Em. On the Monocle magazine podcast they said how Japan tried to kick-start the economy recently by giving everyone 1,500 yen (I think). Canny travel agents were then advertising holidays for, you guessed it, 1,500 yen.
  Thu. 11/5/09 9:59am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

  Thu. 11/5/09 10:02am Cecile:

thank you, trouble!
I will have to look up other recordings by them
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:04am Adrian in London:

And we have so many countries around us that we need passports for.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:04am Cecile:

good point, DDG. I also want to travel more around the US and Canada as well.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:05am trouble:

on the fabulous occasions I have had to live in europe I was constantly gobsmacked by how quickly you can float from one culture to another. 6 hours travel can drive you through three countries, whereas 6 hours from NYC is pittsburgh...
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:07am matheus:

anymore Can covers, Trouble?
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:08am north guinea hills:

I read jon savage's "The Creation of Youth 1876-1946" in which that compilation companioned. Awesome read, recommended.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:11am Cecile:

There is much to like about Pittsburgh.
Similiar culture in some ways, but many differences.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:11am Cecile:

and hee, it must be said. Dick Hyman. hee.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:14am Bad Ronald:

I repeat Dick Hyman!!!
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:14am PMD:

No offense, but FMU has had 1 day marathons before (last year for sure). Maybe it should just be made 'annual'? I'm not offended and will give money...but still, maybe it should be assumed there will be shortfalls?
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:15am em:

last year's was a one minute marathon, no?
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:17am Cecile:

we are 12, Bad Ron.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:18am Bad Ronald:

Yes, I am forever sitting in the corner w/a dunce cap on!
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:19am trouble:

last year we did not have a one day marathon. and yes the shortfalls are are a part of life, such as last years' marathon not meeting it's goal. a goal that runs the station on the most minimal shoestring budget. REMEMBER everyone of your beloved dj's sits here week after week without pay. Unlike every other radio station....
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:26am dale:

i give to wfmu and poughkeepsie's wvkr because they are volunteer staffed. djs on the other 'public' stations on the ny dial collect a salary - no soup for them!
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:28am pierre:

Hello, thank you for this program.
I'm listening to you from France... and i appreciate your francophily.
don't forget Katerine, Brigitte Fontaine, Dominique A or The Little Rabbits.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:29am Cecile:

I don't mind if DJs get paid places. But I'd also like those stations to be more adventurous with their ideas.
I have no problems donating. I wish I were rich enough to just write a check so you could say "the marathon is cancelled!"
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:30am Carmichael:

Good morning Trouble and people of popularity.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:31am trouble:

merci bien pierre! oui moi j'aime katerine, brigitte f, dominique A et the little rabbits. dommage, ces cd's est chez moi aujourd'hui...
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:34am Adrian in London:

I received the new Benjamin Biolay album (on triple vinyl!) yesterday. It's not called La Superbe for nothing.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:37am Carmichael:

Wow, I haven't heard Dick Hyman in ages. And I still haven't, since I tuned in late. Is he on the Ohm compilation? I'll have to pull that out again tonite.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:38am dale:

cecile, you hit it on the head. so many stations want your money so they can bring you npr - i can get npr on 5 or 6 stations now from ny and jersey. plus if you listen to 'fuv in ny, well you'll hear the same songs for the next 6 months.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:39am Carmichael:

Speaking of vinyl, I'm ready to get into vinyl-ripping mode. Can anyone recommend a good software to accomplish this?

Good = free or cheap
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:41am Bad Ronald:

Get audacity and feed your amp into your soundcard.

Hee Hee pull out the Dick Hyman...
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:42am Cecile:

ROFL, bad ron. Stop!
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:43am Adrian in London:

If you've got a Mac just create a file in Garageband and stick a 3.5 jack from your turntable into your input on your Mac. Play, record and export as mp3.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:45am Cecile:

OH, cool.
I have garage band.
Hrm. think about this.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:47am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I think that is quite enough about Dick Hyman and his organ.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:47am Adrian in London:

Don't forget to change the input selection in Garageband preferences, otherwise you have 20 minutes of yourself wandering around the room, and coughing or whatever.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:50am pierre:

an interesting thing, you should like and maybe know... It's Prince Miiaou. I just discovered her.

  Thu. 11/5/09 10:50am Parq:

Adrian, what you're suggesting could be a monster WFMU heavy-airplay item.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:50am PMD:

Sorry to be so late coming back. I love FMU. And I greatly appreciate all the DJs and volunteers. But maybe FMU should rethink the 'one 2 week marathon a year' concept so it's not quite so shoestring. Or would that reduce people's willingness to give during those 2 weeks? I don't know. I'll stop spouting now.
  Thu. 11/5/09 10:56am trs:

I think you can have a second fundraising period w/o interrupting regularly scheduled radio w/ a marathon. Eg. A 'Silent Marathon'

Me, I'd always give more to the off-marathon one.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:01am Adrian in London:

PMD, yeah, I was going to say that!

Let's face it, there's never a good tie for a marathon. We've all got other things that we have to spend money on, butit's grat that we aren't being hassled for cash every day like on some, say, West Coast US college-based stations.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:02am Carmichael:

Thanks Adrian, but no Mac here. Regular ol' PC w/soundcard.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:03am trs:

Name one double or triple or repeating on-air station you listen to and support each time.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:04am arnaldo:

Non-existing-God bless you, Trouble! Your taste in music is worth more than what our three-term-aberration spent to get himself re-elected
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:04am trs:

repeating 'marathons' that is

One's ok.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:05am Adrian in London:

Carmichael: in that case I haven't got a clue.

Trouble, that Vitoire Scott track was a killer!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:07am patrick:

hey trouble long time no listen!! sorry we did not make it to NYC last week. hope things are well. i have been installing all week, ill send you shots at the end of the day.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:07am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I gave twice this year. Once in the spring, and then again about a month ago in response to a mailing saying that FMU missed me and noticed I had not donated for a while. I thought it odd, but fell for the trap, but that's just me.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:08am PMD:

I like the idea of a silent marathon. As a second one. But how do you beg and plead then? How provide updates on how the fundraising is going?
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:12am trs:

-web site
-opt-in mailing list
-in the list of station announcements for a show - i.e. once a show, not every moment you get
-tied in w/ the record fair
- _______
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:12am Great White Whale:

Morning fellow DJ Nice sounds this morning! thx!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:12am dale:

fmu could have a bake sale or a car wash or bachelor(ette) auction or a tricky tray (whatever that is) or bingo or plan a bank robbery or sidle up to jersey's politically corrupt teat or ...
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:13am trs:

promo tied in w/ the record fair --not updates
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:13am Great White Whale:

Are you trouble? GWW WHRW-FM :)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:14am trouble:

i would actually love to knit dog sweaters for small dogs! i love to do that. i just made a cable knit for a fab chi wow wow
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:15am patrick:

we may have dropped the ball on one, but at least we did not elect a character from a McDonalds cartoon Governor...
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:15am Ghost of Rickey Medlocke:

The end of this mum song sounds like Renaldo and the Loaf - which always gets me a little excited that I'm hearing Renaldo and the Loaf
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:17am Great White Whale:

Are you trouble or some reasonable facsimile of same?
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:17am paul:

skygreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen hallelujah!!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:17am Cecile:

trouble, my doggie friends are not into coats, but I have crocheted this bone toy, "Mr femur" to great results!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:17am Carmichael:

I prefer my dogs to wear berets. Or at least a trendy bandanna 'round their neck.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:19am dale:

@trouble - have you seen stuffed magazine? it's a ton of spun fun.

  Thu. 11/5/09 11:19am Great White Whale:

I prefer my dogs to be wearing fur at this time of the year.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:21am PMD:

Yes, money greases the wheels. :-)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:23am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Since I already gave twice this year, for the one day marathon I will personally send Trouble a Shift key to replace the one missing from her keyboard.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:23am Great White Whale:

Yes,but pumpkins are more nutritious! mmmm yummy
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:23am trouble:

thanks dale, that looks fab!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:25am Great White Whale:

That you trouble? :) GWW WHRW-FM
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:27am Great White Whale:

Are you mike shy? GWW WHRW-FM :)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:28am Cecile:

She's doing a show GWW. Surely you must know how busy you get.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:28am arnaldo:

Now you did it! 70's style samba funk? Who's this Marcio Local guy? Never heard of him
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:29am ?:

ever since I got this Marcio Local disc I have had difficulty taking it out of the player . . .
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:29am Great White Whale:

Yup I been doing radio for many years! I know Sorry!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:30am Cecile:

it's pretty great.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:31am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Cetacea creepiness.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:32am Great White Whale:

No annie today? GWW WHRW-FM
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:32am Jennique:

Wow Trouble, I feel like I am on an international flight around the world. So many languages. Lovin' it!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:33am Carmichael:

Marcio Local is on the Luaka Bop 3" of music series of CDs.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:33am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Cetus amuckness.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:34am Great White Whale:

DJ how long we got this trip? thx GWW WHRW-FM :)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:35am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Beluga bloviator.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:37am Jennique:

Oh boy, I love this song.
(Preferably somewhere warm, thank you)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:39am Cecile:

so no surfing Mavericks in a super thick wetsuit for you Jennique?
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:41am Adrian in London:

  Thu. 11/5/09 11:41am Shannon:

  Thu. 11/5/09 11:42am Jennique:

Although I am from San Jose, California - I prefer body surfing the calm waves of Waikiki. (But a wetsuit would be a good idea for my blindingly white skin)
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:43am Marshall Stacks:

I'm about 30 miles south of Mavericks, 2 miles from the nearest rollercoaster, and loved that The Drums track.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:43am Great White Whale:

Au Revoir A bientot trouble! GWW WHRW.FM *waves*
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:44am paul:

this is heaven
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:45am v k:

what paul said
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:46am Cecile:

I would like to surf anywhere, even though I am old. I love the ocean and the water.
And I know from blindingly white skin. Thank god for 100+ waterproof sunscreen.

Marshall, everytime I see a pic of Mavericks it's both frightening and beautiful.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:49am Carmichael:

I'm right smack in the middle between Lake Tahoe and The Napa Valley. I surfed the Pacific as a kid, but now I'm old and slow. And wiser.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:49am Spencer:

Just came across this band last week. Love the album, and this song especially.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:50am Marshall Stacks:

For most of us, myself included, a photo will have to do - and will more than suffice.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:50am Jennique:

I live on the east coast now, but I will always think the west coast has the most beautiful beaches. Can't help it. Santa Cruz and Natural Bridge(s) beach is my all time favorite.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:51am Cecile:

I could still do some body surfing at Bondi Beach again if I had the chance, though. Was down there for a year as a kid. LOVED the ocean.

This VCR is a really nice tune!
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:53am PMD:

Hey Carmichael - I'm thinking of moving to your neck of the woods from DC area...
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:53am Jennique:

Spent a lot of time in the Pacific as a youngster. Will hopefully someday retire there and wear a muu-muu like Mrs. Roper on Three's Company and sell shell art.

Or not.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:55am Marshall Stacks:

Jennique, on behalf of all of us here in Santa Cruz, I thank you. :-)

Speaking of Natural Bridges, it occurs to me that the monarch butterflies are due to arrive there soon on their annual migration. I always try to visit a few times to see them.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:57am Jennique:

Oh yes, the monarchs! I forgot! They would cover whole tree trunks as I recall. Were you able to see Natural Bridges when it was two bridges? Makes me sad that only one stands, but at least it was the ocean that dragged it down.
  Thu. 11/5/09 11:58am Ike:

Belatedly: Someone wanted to know one thing that Corzine accomplished. I don't like him a lot, but: children's health insurance. Eliminated dual-office holding. Killed death penalty (admittedly wasn't being used). Gun control. Installed solar panels.

Now we have a hard-right social conservative friend of W. who wants to cut taxes for the rich. Bleh.
  Thu. 11/5/09 12:01pm Carmichael:

NO kidding, PMD??
  Thu. 11/5/09 12:01pm Jennique:

Chris Christie. Who names their kid CHRIS when their last name is CHRISTIE?

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