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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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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
dubkasm  last tune   Options transformed in dub  baked goods        *   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
sylvia  soul je t'aime   Options sweet stuff  vibration records          0:03:21 (Pop-up)
zdzislaw piernik  paderewski minuet   Options virtuoso tuba  stolat          0:05:38 (Pop-up)
hip science 101  parts of a cell   Options the human anatomy  hip learning        *   0:10:36 (Pop-up)
saint etienne  down by the sea   Options continental  photo          0:12:20 (Pop-up)
hip science 101  instrumental/ hair   Options the human anatomy  hip learning        *   0:15:11 (Pop-up)
sugarhill gang  rapper's rprise   Options sugarhill gang  sugarhill records          0:16:36 (Pop-up)
artie barsamian and his orchestra  oriental jump four   Options gems of sesame  virgo          0:28:15 (Pop-up)
henry grimes/rashied ali  the arch stairwells   Options spirits aloft  porter        *   0:29:44 (Pop-up)
dr timothy leary  LSD   Options lsd  pixie records          0:37:09 (Pop-up)
saheb sarbib  egypt   Options live on tour ufo  cadence jazz records          0:39:31 (Pop-up)
the supremes  it's time to break down   Options new ways but love stays  motown          0:50:50 (Pop-up)
willie nelson  touch me   Options hello walls  sunset          0:55:24 (Pop-up)
marissa nadler  hickory wind   Options covers  no label      http://www.etsy.com/shop/Marissamoon6    0:57:35 (Pop-up)
panda bear  search for delicious   Options person pitch  paw tracks          1:01:20 (Pop-up)
william sheller  chanson d'automne   Options epures  mercury france          1:06:06 (Pop-up)
sourdeline  le chaudron   Options le reine blanche  guerssen  1976      *   1:09:36 (Pop-up)
sandy posey  standing in the rain   Options sandy posey  MGM Records          1:11:04 (Pop-up)
esquivel  latin-esque   Options latin-esque  rca victor          1:17:21 (Pop-up)
belbury poly  THE HIDDEN DOOR   Options paint it freeform: covers and interpretations of 'paint it black' Wfmu fundraising premium 2010  no lable        *   1:19:36 (Pop-up)
don trust  drume neguinha   Options don't rust  no lable        *   1:24:27 (Pop-up)
dylan thomas  reminiscences of childhood   Options reading quite early one morning and other memories  caedmon          1:29:11 (Pop-up)
plone  be rude to your school   Options for beginner piano  matador          1:42:18 (Pop-up)
hassle hound  hit it and trip it and cherub and sing   Options born in a night  staubgold          1:45:52 (Pop-up)
the orchids  she's my girl   Options she's my girl  pebble        *   1:48:16 (Pop-up)
malaria!  you you   Options les filles du crepuscule  ltmrecordings        *   1:53:03 (Pop-up)
best coast  goodbye   Options crazy for you  mexican summer        *   1:55:51 (Pop-up)
huey smith and the clowns  high blood pressure   Options chicken shack boogie v 1  no label          2:05:15 (Pop-up)
King Tubby & Friends  fatter dub   Options dub like dirt  blood and fire          2:07:27 (Pop-up)
the counts  darling dear   Options chicken shack boogie vol 1  no label          2:13:16 (Pop-up)
u roy  do it right   Options version affair vol 2  treasure isle          2:15:25 (Pop-up)
nickodemus feat the New York Gypsy all stars  2 sips & magic   Options sun people  wonderwheel recordings          2:18:16 (Pop-up)
isolation ward  lamina christus   Options Les Filles du Crepuscule (v/a)  ltmrecordings          2:22:44 (Pop-up)
the fashions  a lover's stand   Options fillies of soul 24 girl group movers  Titanic          2:24:41 (Pop-up)
johnny hallyday  l'idole des jeunes   Options la boum des annees 60 v/a  impact          2:27:04 (Pop-up)
sharon van etten  love more   Options epic  ba da bing        *   2:29:21 (Pop-up)
sugarshock  land of enchantment   Options   funky mushroom    7"      2:38:14 (Pop-up)
east coast supply  paranoid   Options gettin it on again  beejay booking agency          2:41:09 (Pop-up)
grouper  heavy water/i'd rather be sleeping   Options Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill  type recordings          2:41:53 (Pop-up)
batsumi  lishonile   Options Oulele: Another Collection Of Modern Afro Rhythms v/a  comet records          2:43:59 (Pop-up)
banda de 7 leguas  dia de chuva   Options Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas: Tropicalia Psychedelic Masterpieces 1967-1976  tropicalia in furs records          2:53:09 (Pop-up)
emmit long  call me   Options Keb Darge & Paul Weller present; Lost & Found v/a  bbe          2:55:13 (Pop-up)
the francettes  nothing to write home about   Options playin hard to get v/a  ace          2:58:04 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am patrick:

Good morning Columbus ohio!
  9:03am Parq:

Look, Mommy and Daddy are wrestling!
  9:06am annie:

good morning, i'm ready!!
  9:15am annie:

thursdays must include trouble..
  9:20am trouble:

goood good morning all! two weeks off and i fell like the mixing board is angry with me and doesn't want to cooperate, am i being paranoid?
  9:21am trouble:

patrick! heard you and your sammy hagar prediction last night. you sound nice and relaxed in your new digs...
  9:33am Lucky:

Rashid Ali!
  9:44am Lucky:

  9:48am Cheri Pi:

Another Good morning to the world, from Ohio
  9:56am annie:

man, if the internet was as fast as my winamp this am...both my browsers are like molasses..
  10:07am Adrian in London:

Busy busy today but will listen later, just like I did with the Arnaud Fleurent-Didier session. It was fantastic! I'd hear the album but the session made me order the vinyl. Great stuff.
  10:09am dale:

morning from the hudson valley. feels like autumn here.
  10:10am Cecile:

Good morning, trouble!

Could you play some Plone? I just discovered them. Lovely stuff.
  10:10am Cecile:

same here, dale.
  10:11am trouble:

hi adrian! it was a gorgeous session, they were so charming and fab! i am glad that came across on air...
  10:12am dale:

love this sandy posey. i'm a sucker for major minor chords workin together
  10:13am trouble:

hey dale! don't you think the opening chords sounds like this wheels on fire?
  10:14am dale:

hate to say i'm not that versed in dylan, bob or thomas.
  10:16am dale:

i think it's hilarious that timothy leary was on pixie records, though...
  10:19am trouble:

dale, no i mean the version that opens ab fab< by julie driscoll/brian auger maybe?
  10:22am dale:

i don't it, have to check it out. i thought this was jean michel jarre from oxygen or something.
  10:23am βrian:

Yo from Madison, between the lakes.
  10:29am don:

hi there trouble, and thanks! honored to lightly bed dylan thomas!
  10:30am annie:

trouble, so nice to hear mr thomas..
  10:30am trouble:

good morning madison! i can't figure out how to make that sexy b., what do you do?
  10:30am dale:

if you already had that in the queue then i'm psychic or it's just plain weird.
  10:31am trouble:

hi don, i got your name right this time...
  10:32am annie:

as i hear this it makes me think that perhaps ray bradbury might have been influnced by his writings. that desperate scream of youth to run free..
  10:32am dale:

not in the same league, but eb white's 'one man's meat' is a nice collection of short stories, sort of in this vein.
  10:33am annie:

specifically "dandelion wine"
  10:34am βrian:

I cheat. It's the unicode code point U+03B2. (GREEK SMALL LETTER BETA)
Under phonetic symbols on the Mac character palette.
  10:37am βrian:

"I used to dawdle on half holidays."
  10:40am dale:

ah, the mac character palette. i used to obsess over using proper ff, fi, fl ffi etc ligatures when i was in the design world. no one cares about quality anymore. And a foot mark is not a quotation mark.
  10:42am Cecile:

thank you, trouble!
  10:43am annie:

sublime, trouble, sublime... love DT
  10:48am Cecile:

heh. Sublime and Trouble are both band names.

carry on...
  10:49am Nancy:

Welcome back trouble. Thanks for keeping up the Englewood connection. And the welshman.
  10:49am annie:

freudian slippers?.... and cecile thanks so much for the "boiler" referral...it was spot on.
  10:52am Cecile:

awesome! I meant to email you back, but you caught me in a lazy moment. I'm relieved to hear that the DJ only played the full song on his last show. I would be very worried if he played the whole thing every week.
  10:54am annie:

see, .. yeah... he only played the beginning... we knew he was pissed off when he played the whole thing...
  10:56am Cecile:

Yeh, I completely understand. I've only heard it twice in my life, and each time was pretty unforgettable.
  10:56am annie:

amazing that you just picked that out.... :)
  10:58am Cecile:

It's a weird gift. I can't explain how I know. I have a similar thing for movies - which is even more impressive considering that I don't watch that many compared to most folks on here. I'll see a scene from a movie I've never seen and say "oh, it's this movie." Hrm.
  10:59am Carmichael:

Hiya, Trubb. Hey now, everyone.
  11:00am Skirkie:

I don't think I've vacationed that long, ever.
  11:01am annie:

i love that you can do that... i know movies, but have no capacity to recall which scene comes from which.. but i DID used to know all the lines from princes bride..
speaking of kiddos, trouble, did dj icepack have fun?
  11:03am Cecile:

I can't remember lines from anything except Anchorman. But I remember pictures...
  11:05am Carmichael:

I have an odd ability to remember movie lines, especially strange movies. And phone #s. From everyone I've ever called.
  11:06am Cecile:

I remember a lot, Carm. I'm surprised.

Ah, Huey Smith. You can never have a bad day when the Clowns are playing.
  11:07am don:

annie, that's inconceivable !
  11:09am Cecile:

You killed my father, prepare to die.
  11:10am annie:

don, there was a great cartoon today for "basic instructions": n one panel he hollers, "inconceivable!!"
  11:10am ffrr:

Warren Beatty supposedly can remember all the phone no.s of his former girlfriends. Glad you're back, trouble.
  11:11am trouble:

annie: he loves the beach! biking, sand and water, what's not to love? and ice cream nearly every day. there are 3 great homemade places to choose from near the beach shack we rent.
  11:13am annie:

wonderful!!!! a great year for him to remember summer vacation....he'll be writing about it in 30 years
  11:19am still b/p:

"beach shack" = four-star phrase of hope, evocation and shoelessness.
  11:21am seang:

we used to wet our fingers on surfing magazines
  11:25am Cecile:

We had the Upper MIchigan version - the cabin at the lake you rent with the dock and the big carved-up table you play cribbage on.
  11:27am don:

reminds me of my childhood cabin on carpenter lake.. also somewhere in michigan..
  11:30am Carmichael:

Southern California for me. Total Beach Boy song content for two weeks each summer. Wait, did they sing about sunburn?
  11:33am annie:

summer vacations for us were trips to kent camp grounds in connecticut..., ultimately rainy and damp,.. overall we did have fun..or one trip to keuka lake when i was 16 or so..
  11:53am Mike East:

I used to go to LBI or Ohio for vacations as a kid. Morning all...joining the party late.
  11:54am Parq:

We were mostly on Cape Cod and in the Adirondack High Peaks. Never at the Jersey Shore, though we lived in Paramus (go figure), but several multi-day visit to extended family in south NJ. All sorts of cabins, plus a few motel rooms.
  11:56am sugarwolf:

I haven't been on a vacation in years.
  11:58am seang:

nothing better than watching bad TV in a cheezy motel room
  11:59am Parq:

Amen, sean, drinking a can of soda from the machine by the stairs.
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