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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 May 13, 2010: dedicated to billy the dog RIP

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
jana winderen  aquaculture   Options energy field  touch        *   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
simon fisher turner  jazz   Options shwarma            0:05:56 (Pop-up)
Valerio Cosi and the Spiritual Committee  evening over the hill   Options valerie cosi and the spiritual committee  foxglove        *   0:09:33 (Pop-up)
shirley & lee  bewildered   Options a date with john waters v/a            0:11:44 (Pop-up)
Laurie Anderson  for electronic dogs   Options you're the guy i want to share my money with            0:15:25 (Pop-up)
nina simone interviewed    celebrities at their worst vol 2.9 bitch bitch bitch            0:19:33 (Pop-up)
isabel baker  i have peace   Options i like god's style            0:26:10 (Pop-up)
charlie barnet  pompton turnpike   Options big bands of the swinging years            0:29:39 (Pop-up)
peter frampton  mazda commercial   Options             0:30:51 (Pop-up)
meg baird  waltze of the tennis players   Options   tequila sunrise    EP      0:37:05 (Pop-up)
jean claude vannier  l'enfant la mouch et les allumettes   Options l'enfant assasin des mouches            0:39:46 (Pop-up)
marcel zannini  tu veux tu veux pas   Options pop pop pigalle v/a            0:44:04 (Pop-up)
la costa brava  confianza ciega   Options llamadas perdidas            0:47:56 (Pop-up)
St Etienne  lonesome   Options continental            0:52:05 (Pop-up)
Erykah Badu  gone baby, don't be long   Options new amerykah part two: return of the ankh          *   0:55:30 (Pop-up)
the shaggs  my cutie   Options shaggs own thing            0:58:21 (Pop-up)
sylvia  it's good to be the queen   Options       12"      1:00:21 (Pop-up)
serge gainsbourg  cha cha cha du loup   Options couleur cafe            1:14:31 (Pop-up)
the new age steppers  fade away   Options new age steppers            1:14:55 (Pop-up)
the dynamites  king banga   Options sound system international dub lp  Pressure Sounds          1:20:40 (Pop-up)
pauline murray and the invisible girls  drummer boy   Options invisible girls    1980        1:22:35 (Pop-up)
barroso y la sensacion  corazon no llores   Options guajiro de cunagua            1:26:34 (Pop-up)
coco rosie  RIP burnface   Options grey Oceans          *   1:29:11 (Pop-up)
the magic numbers  forever lost   Options       Single      1:35:29 (Pop-up)
major lance  um, um, um, um, um, um   Options OKEH soul V/A            1:40:32 (Pop-up)
M.I.A.  paper planes   Options             1:41:36 (Pop-up)
raul seixas  as aventuras de raul seixas na cidade de thor   Options Brazil 70: After Tropicalia, New Directions in Brazilian Music            1:45:31 (Pop-up)
ricky wilde  the hertfordshire rock   Options         merci charlie    1:48:58 (Pop-up)
billy butler and the enchanters  found true love   Options             1:51:25 (Pop-up)
unknown singer  mexican rock 'n' roll   Options             1:54:09 (Pop-up)
holly miranda  sweet dreams   Options the magicians private library  XL        *   1:55:46 (Pop-up)
the pastels  flightpaths to eachother   Options mobile safari            1:59:29 (Pop-up)
bridget st john  catch a falling star   Options bbc radio 1968-1976  Hux        *   2:07:47 (Pop-up)
groupshow  the future looks bright...super bright   Options groupshow            2:10:17 (Pop-up)
billy 'the kid' emerson  red hot   Options the sun records collection vol 2            2:14:16 (Pop-up)
les bicyclettes blanches  senor gallope   Options             2:18:12 (Pop-up)
cumbia en moog  cumbia de sal   Options the afrosound of colombia vol 1  vampi soul        *   2:18:53 (Pop-up)
amelia earhart  on the future of women in flying   Options             2:22:20 (Pop-up)
takeo toyama  bobbin   Options etudes            2:24:31 (Pop-up)
barbara pittman  cold cold heart   Options the women of sun records cd 6            2:26:42 (Pop-up)
catherine major  la rua madureira   Options             2:29:36 (Pop-up)
the xx  intro   Options the xx            2:38:52 (Pop-up)
radiant dragon  cloud seeding   Options             2:39:01 (Pop-up)
B.J.Ward  that's how the world is made   Options             2:41:36 (Pop-up)
V.V. brown  L.O.V.E   Options travelling like the light          *   2:44:44 (Pop-up)
Dara puspita  pip pip yeah   Options 1966-68  sublime frequencies        *   2:48:14 (Pop-up)
polar bear  bap bap bap   Options peepers  leaf        *   2:49:37 (Pop-up)
hermanos calatrava  space oddity   Options absolute belter v/a  B-Music        *   2:51:05 (Pop-up)
les georges leningrad  comment te dire adieu?   Options             2:56:08 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:03am Bruce:

Good morning, Trouble.
  9:05am clueless in MI:

"looks like trouble ahead..."
  9:05am north guinea hills:

holy smithers, this jana winderen is a perfect thurstart!
  9:06am texas scott:

trouble trouble trouble,what say you?

poor billy,we hardly knew ye.
  9:09am Looms:

SFT isn't enough played on radio. Thx!
  9:09am listener mark:

Good morning everybody. Good morning sun, and you too, moon (heavenly bodies included.)
  9:12am good mourning:

awwwh, how sweet you are miss trouble, to dedicate your show to my 4 legged pal with the longest tongue
he is resting in peace on a bed of white lilacs high on the hill overlooking the river - he came a long way from those hoboken roots!
  9:14am trouble:

good morning all. big dog kisses all around
  9:18am north guinea hills:

ahhh, i miss my deceased dogs.

won't allow myself to have a dog while in nyc. 10 years is a long time w/o a dog.
  9:21am v k:

my 11 month old boy and i had a mini-dance party to a nina simone remix this morning - sinnerman remix by felix da housecat
  9:23am trouble:

that is a great song! dance on dance on!
  9:24am Adrian in London:

Morning all. Listening, doing a bit of work and reading the latest Lorrie Moore novel. It's great.
  9:25am dale:

mornning trouble, morning billy. may heaven be filled with hydrants and scooby snacks. this nina interview is making me sad, sorta like judy garland speaks -don't want to hear people on the slide down.
  9:25am BSI:

all the puppy stuff.......
Gomez is probably just sittin' at home trying to figure out why the hell we leave every morning.... I keep telling him, MAN, IT'S NOT MY IDEA, but you can't reason with a meat-mouth like that.
  9:29am texas scott:

"If there are no dogs in Heaven,
then when I die I want to go
where they went."

Will Rogers
  9:30am dale:

i read somewhere that pets have no conception of time. i say go away for a couple of days and you know that's just not true.
  9:30am Vivian:

My condolences on Billy. I comfort myself that heaven is a huge meadow, filled with treats in every corner.
BSI- I know what you mean. My dogs always give me that look like 'isn't today Saturday? Sunday?'. I tell them that I have to go and earn the chow for dogs, cats and humans.
  9:35am Adrian in London:

Well, I wasn't *going* to buy a Mazda but since Peter Frampton told me to buy one...
  9:36am joerg:

DJ T: any idea who the interviewer was for Nina Simone?
  9:38am trouble:

joerg the interviewer introduces himself in the beginning of the piece, but i am not familiar with him. sounds like he is from the DC area perhaps, a radio guy
  9:49am cordesc:

Hi everyone. Moof = Moo + Woof.
  9:50am Jack:

You can't handle the moof!
  10:04am nick:

it's hard to reconcile "it's good to be the queen" with "love is strange", but i likes em both.
  10:05am dale:

i used to listen to wbls on an old lloyds tabletop when i moved to the city (before rap took over). loved the quiet storm at midnight and the nightbird, too.
  10:09am jaypee:

Good morning! I just noticed that i was getting my groove on here at work, thanks trouble!
  10:14am sugarwolf:

I am dying to see the Gainsbourg movie....
  10:14am Cecile:

morning all!
  10:14am nick:

  10:19am Cecile:

i'm not the hugest Slits fan, but I love this song. I think Ari is in a good setting here.
  10:22am dc pat:

old Slits is amazing stuff. nothing else like it.

NYCers go see Buzzcocks tonight. They were great in DC--never seen anyone so happy to be onstage than Diggle. He had a giant smile plastered on his face all night.
  10:31am Chris from DC:

You are so right, Pat. Hard to believe that was the first night of the tour, they sounded great.
  10:33am fishmonkeystew:

Coco rosie is playing in Boston in June and I'm contemplating checking it out. Have any of you ever seen them live?

Also, Hausu is playing at the Cable Car Cinema in Providence, RI this weekend, in case anyone cares.
  10:40am em:

@fms -- not my cup of tea, but anything else of interest going on in providence next week? i'll be in town for a conference sunday-thursday.
  10:40am trouble:

i have seen coco rosie live and they are a performance.! kooky wacky crazy in a beat heady way. fish monkeystew are you telling me you are from providence? the cable car is a great place to see a movie any movie, surely hansu would be super there
  10:41am Michael:

Killin' It This Morning Trouble!
  10:42am Cecile:

Do you have any Gene Chandler, Trouble?
He did some amazing Chicago Soul after "Duke of Earl"
  10:44am Pete:

I remember listening to Paper Planes riding the boat out to Governor's Island to go to a Burner art fest... yeah.
  10:44am trouble:

thanks michael, good to hear since i was one sleepy monster this a.m....
  10:47am PMD:

Thanks so much for the great music Trouble. I'm sleepy... wish I could drink coffee. Maybe I'll cave and have green tea.
  10:47am Alex:

Sleepy or not, Trouble starts the morning right every week. Thanks for the great tunes.
  10:52am Cecile:

has anyone seen or heard Listener Ike around lately?
  10:52am seang:

Smash Usury, Embrace Poverty!
  10:56am jgiles:

mexican rock'nroll doesn't sound very mexican... but I like it.
  10:59am dc pat:

havent seen Ike in a while's...but nothing like misuse of apostrophe's to pull him out in the open.
  11:00am Cecile:

Your right.
  11:01am Parq:

I'm FB friends with Ike, and he posted something within the past week, but that's all I got.
  11:03am texas scott:

Ikes' probably on vacation.
  11:04am Pete:

  11:06am fishmonkeystew:

Trouble, I'm about an hour away from Providence (in NE CT) and try to visit as often as possible. I saw "Exit Through the Gift Shop" last Saturday at the Cable Car and it was awesome. That was our first visit to the CC and we'll def be going back.

em, I'm not sure but check out http://as220.org/calendar.html and http://www.lupos.com/ for starters (Steel Pulse is playing on the 19th).
  11:06am dc pat:

Pineau wins today's stage (speakin of bikes)
  11:14am BSI:

hm..... who dis "groupshow"? Sounds like they've studied their Moebius & Plank ... big happies.
  11:17am north guinea hills:

Plague of the day: The Dancing Plague of 1518: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_Plague_of_1518
  11:23am north guinea hills:

tierra de cumbia de moog!
  11:25am PMD:

Oh this is great! amelia earhart
  11:27am PMD:

dc pat et al, Your's are the greats' (comments). ! I thought, it was also comma's?
  11:29am dc pat:

Barbara Pittman rule's
  11:39am Jennique:

Hey Trouble!

Nice to hear XX on yer show. Did you know that they are going to be playing Central Park summerstage on August 8th? Just thought I would pass that along.
  11:47am trouble:

cool, that should be insane...
  11:54am Francis:

Hi Trouble,
One of my favourite Serge Gainsbourg 's track is Marilou Sous La neige (in the album L'homme à la tête de chou).And Je suis Venu te dire que je m'en Vais and...
I have missed Vie Héroique.
Two months ago,there was a documentary film on french tv about Serge Gainsbourg and his complex links with women; women inspired him lots of his best songs ; when he lived with Brigitte Bardot,during one only (passionate) night,he had composed many famous songs inspired by Bardot (I think this scene is shown in Vie Héroique).
During three decades,Serge Gainsbourg has often been the guest of many french tv shows,but not always to talk about music; in the late seventies/eighties ,with his new public figure he had created called Gainsbarre (the dark side of Gainsbourg),he loved to go to many various tv shows to break the politically-correct rules,trouble other guests (he had "sexually" insulted Whitney Houston & others !),drink alcohol,smoke cigarettes,talk about women, he was able to say some ugly,nasty words without being vulgar,having always an infinite class and spirit and a rare power of seduction.It's really strange how many french people (as me) didn't miss his many tv apparitions ! There was a very unique and special link between Gainsbourg and his french audience.We had the feeling to follow closely Gainsbourg's life (because he had this need to be extroverted and show and play with his private life and we could sometimes feel as peeping toms of a so uncommon life .
When I was adolescent,I had seen Gainsbourg live (his last concerts tour in the eighties),it was great,we could feel all this love, passion and complexity in this so uncommon man.
Sure you're right ,Trouble, american people have to go to watch the film Vie Heroique (forgotten american title) to discover the complexity of Serge Gainsboug (and his extraordinary and romantic life).
  11:55am ?:

WOW, what a funny version. I speak spanish and have to its a pretty good translation.
  11:55am HenryUK:

Poor old Tom
  11:56am dc pat:

this is great, and Francis, you win longest comment award.
  11:58am Francis:

WOoah what a Je suis Venu te die que je m'en vais version. I had forgotten in my very long comment Serge Gainsbourg is the father of each french punk !!
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