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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
brlaab  papverKadaver   Options brlaab          *   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
alfred harth  test for tokyo   Options nun  o back cd        *   0:04:18 (Pop-up)
understanding pop art                0:12:23 (Pop-up)
vocokesh  the sonambulist speaks   Options hall of mirrors            0:13:04 (Pop-up)
dorothy asby  myself when young   Options The Rubaiyat Of Dorothy Ashby            0:16:41 (Pop-up)
satan's pilgrims  gravewalk   Options halloween hootenany v/a            0:21:58 (Pop-up)
  the world in turmoil   the incredible year            0:24:59 (Pop-up)
the tornadoes  phantom   Options hang 10 v/a            0:25:28 (Pop-up)
biscuit  the day i saved myself from you   Options happy birthday  les compiles magiques          0:29:21 (Pop-up)
jack skuller  love is a drum   Options       7"      0:35:46 (Pop-up)
hall & oates  maneater   Options             0:38:46 (Pop-up)
OMO  live show   Options the white album            0:42:59 (Pop-up)
Gnoma.D.  world report   Options Gnoma.D.        thanks stu!    0:46:32 (Pop-up)
new bloods  oh, deadly nightshade   Options the secret life            0:50:36 (Pop-up)
lykke li  i'm good i'm gone ( metronomy remix)   Options             0:54:48 (Pop-up)
3puen  so mean   Options           *   1:00:38 (Pop-up)
the samps  hyberbolic   Options the samps  mexican summer    Vinyl    *   1:03:11 (Pop-up)
marzipan marzipan  i see you there   Options marzipan marzipan          *   1:09:38 (Pop-up)
the sergio mendes trio  favela   Options in the brazilian bag            1:11:19 (Pop-up)
caroline munro  this sporting life   Options dream babes vol 2-reflections  RPm          1:13:43 (Pop-up)
bomba estereo  camino evitar   Options blow up            1:17:10 (Pop-up)
roland p young  wetness   Options Istet Serenade            1:19:16 (Pop-up)
michael torok  mr D.J.   Options Guys of the Big "D" Jamboree v/a            1:25:42 (Pop-up)
kodak hula show  e laka e   Options hawaiian hula music            1:28:08 (Pop-up)
nana vasconcelos  no sul do polo norte   Options africdeus    1972        1:29:15 (Pop-up)
johnny cash  i could never be ashamed of you   Options the singing storyteller            1:32:07 (Pop-up)
leila  lush dolphins   Options blood, looms and blooms            1:38:28 (Pop-up)
mr airplane man  sun sinkin' low   Options mr airplane man            1:43:54 (Pop-up)
pete drake and his talking steel guitar  satisfied mind w/ the willis bros   Options for pete's sake  gusto  1962      *   1:47:06 (Pop-up)
vetiver  pay no mind   Options       7"      1:49:07 (Pop-up)
lower dens  tea lights   Options twin-hand movement  gnomonsong        *   1:53:43 (Pop-up)
so percussion and matmos  flame   Options treasure state          *   2:01:38 (Pop-up)
edibles  spirit youth dub   Options super space/mind peace  not not fun        *   2:07:40 (Pop-up)
andreya triana  something in the silence   Options lost where i belong  ninja tune        *   2:12:07 (Pop-up)
the hepburns  delores   Options how the fallen are mighty  radio khartoum        *   2:15:49 (Pop-up)
the noyes brothers  pointless   Options sheep from goats            2:17:29 (Pop-up)
os brazoes  planador   Options             2:19:33 (Pop-up)
magma  soleil d'ork   Options             2:22:00 (Pop-up)
adam and the ants  ant rap   Options prince charming            2:25:45 (Pop-up)
ayalew mesfin  hasabe   Options ethiopian urban modern music vol 1 soul and groove v/a            2:29:44 (Pop-up)
casio kids  togens hule   Options Topp Stemning På Lokal Bar  polyvinyl        *   2:33:19 (Pop-up)
the tammys  egyptian shumba   Options             2:36:10 (Pop-up)
pet shop boys  beautiful people   Options yes            2:43:21 (Pop-up)
oscar the grouch and the girls  doin the trash   Options sesame disco!            2:45:37 (Pop-up)
elza soares  primeiro eu   Options grandes sucessos de            2:50:16 (Pop-up)
sol okarina  guarana   Options sumergible  polen        *   2:52:04 (Pop-up)
nosotrash  agarradita   Options popemas            2:55:12 (Pop-up)
syl johnson  goin to the shack   Options         at south paw dec 3    2:57:34 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am BSI:

what it is!
  9:06am Bad Ronald:

Is what it?
  9:09am trouble:

good morning!
  9:10am fat bastard:

finally good music, the last few hours have been hell
  9:11am jamesie:

I am here, just for today behind the Tate Modern, come in and buy an art book.
  9:14am trouble:

hello jamesie! i would love to go to the tate and buy a book this morning! how are you and the familia?
  9:15am Bad Ronald:

The Ramones bridged the gap between Pop art and minimalism!
  9:15am Parq:

"Hard core pop artists" is one of those phrases, like "militant agnostic", that make no sense to me.
  9:15am trouble:

hell is other people's music.
  9:16am annie:

trouble, i love you and want to stay on the comments page, but chrome is slow as molasses today and shutting off comments helps.. sorry
  9:19am jamesie:

yes we are all alive and well on the planet - I will reserve you a copy in an unmarked brown envelope x
  9:20am Bryan Stephenson:

Hey Trouble. Thanks for recommending the movie Nothing But a Man. It was amazing and Abbey Lincoln was so beautiful.
  9:20am Shana:

Trouble relieves the stress of the modern world. A good morning will be had by all.
  9:24am tim:

Hold up....Abbey Lincoln was in Nothing But A Man? What was her character? That's really cool.
  9:25am texas scott:

I appreciate the spoken word crap.
  9:25am Eric:

Good morning Trouble from rainy Detroit city. Shana, I agree, a good morning will be had by all. Good morning to you too!
  9:27am trouble:

good morning rainy detroit! abbey was the love intereset, of course...reputedly a fave film of malcolm X!
  9:27am snorbalp:

a good morning will be HEARD by all.

so long as fat bastard is sated.
  9:29am ffrr:

The Phantom sequel, 'Love Never Dies', is pretty good musically. The cut, 'Beauty Underneath', could be a Ministry cover if given the chance.
  9:35am BSI:

1968 was a pretty big year for me, that's for sure...
  9:38am Cheri Pi:

Who needs Bieber when you can have Skuller?
  9:39am trouble:

yes i so agree with you cheri pi!
  9:40am seang:

woah, here she comes...
  9:40am Shana:

Hope you're carrying an umbrella in rainy Detroit, Eric!
  9:40am trouble:

and much better haircut...
  9:40am Ne-guh-tor:

Darryl Hall was almost the lead singer for King Crimson!
  9:41am Bad Ronald:

RIP T-Bone Wolk.
  9:41am Ne-guh-tor:

Darryl also confessed his bisexuality in an interview in the '70's then detracted the statement in the 80's.
  9:42am Dave B:

@Ne-guh-tor - his "Sacred Songs" album was the third part of a tryptich with Fripps Exposure and Peter Gabriel's second album
  9:43am trouble:

the 80's were like that.
  9:44am dale:

here comes the flood.
  9:44am fat bastard:

i demand a better connection
  9:47am dale:

i bought exposure when it came out -- now i have to relisten for halls vocals.
  9:47am fat bastard:

anyone want a karagarga invite?
  9:50am stu:

Hi Trouble ! I was just about to say good morning when I heard the vocal ! Gnoma D is a friend of mine! So nice to hear him ( them ) here !!!!!

Here we go again ! Stu
  9:51am Ne-guh-tor:

I can see why those heavyweights were impressed with Darryl H. that guy could sing like crazy.
  9:54am trouble:

stu i am embarrassed to say that i just found that cd buried somwewhere crazy, put it on and i LOVE IT! my house is sometimes a scarey black hole of sound. Not even the moomins have seen anything more bizarre. Thanks so much for giving that to me!
  9:55am nate in detroit:

@fat bastard I'd love one, if you don't mind.
  9:55am βrian:

Good morning from rainy Madison. I can almost see Detroit from here ...
  9:56am fat bastard:

@ nate give me your email adress so i can send you one
  9:56am fat bastard:

no hotmail though
  9:56am jeremy:

love this song, lykke li.
  9:57am nate in detroit:

gmail: nathanjhunt
  9:58am fat bastard:

  10:00am seang:

anyone else dig that Pete Molinari tune, "Streetcar named Desire"--cant get enough of that!
  10:01am Cheri Pi:

Yes! I've missed "So Mean," I want it back on heavy rotation.
  10:02am texas scott:

got anymore, fat bastard?
  10:02am fat bastard:

1 more
  10:02am Dead Corporate Eyes:

hey, what's the Trouble here? Move along, people.

Good morning!
  10:03am texas scott:

gmail: scttmg
  10:04am fat bastard:

  10:04am texas scott:

  10:05am fat bastard:

please respect the site and try to keep a good ratio
  10:08am Adrian in London:

How do you do, ladies and gentlemen. Listening live (just about).
  10:08am texas scott:

i give good ratio.thanks again bastard.
  10:12am Ne-guh-tor:

What's karagara?
  10:13am Cecile:

He can still sing like crazy.
  10:13am Bad Ronald:

  10:16am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I love crazy 60s guitar solos
  10:16am Gina K:

I love what you said to your class about "willing to fail"! SO TRUE. ok if I steal this for my freshman art class?
  10:18am jamesie:

I just made friends on FB with a girlfriend - my first clumsy affair 40 years ago. Jeeze. It reminds me of the Tom Frost song by Waits
  10:20am trouble:

it's all free gina! steal away...
  10:22am nate in detroit:

@fat bastard thanks for the invite!
  10:24am Gina K:

thanks, I need to wake them up and that will get them thinking...luv the show, always
  10:24am don:

  10:25am Ne-guh-tor:

@ fat bastard: nickcoleen
  10:28am Bernie:

Can I join Karagarga through the website or would I need an invite? It looks amazing
  10:34am Trailer Trish:

I'm in Heaven!
  10:34am fat bastard:

sorry i have no more invites
  10:34am ffrr:

Fondly recalling Cash's role on Columbo; Happy Birthday Peter Falk.
  10:36am Bernie:

@fat B thanks anyway - good to know that kind of tracker exists at least
  10:37am Ne-guh-tor:

@ fat bastard Thanks anyway, man!
  10:37am fat bastard:

it's a treasure trove
  10:38am fat bastard:

try getting in trough their IRC irc.brokensphere.net:6667/KaraGarga
  10:40am Michael:

Morning Trouble! Just wanted to give you a heads up that we will be bringing Syl Johnson back to NYC this December 3rd for a Dig Deeper show at the Southpaw! Stay in the rhythm...
  10:43am Bernie:

@fat B thanks!
  10:44am trouble:

michael: oooh now that is exciting! can't wait
  10:45am Mike East:

Good morning all. Thanks for the Mr. Airplane Man Trouble. Love it.
  10:46am fat bastard:

bernie and neguh i got some more invites
  10:47am north guinea hills:

8 more days, no more Federal Gov't job. Yaye!!!! no more clocking in and other BS!

/have a much nicer private sector job lined up.
  10:47am Bad Ronald:

Can U send one my way FB?
  10:48am fat bastard:

just give your email adress and i will
  10:48am Bernie:

@fat B Great! I was just getting trouble setting up my irc thing. it's been too long. i'd love one
  10:48am Cecile:

ffrr: That was a great episode. And yes, happy birthday, Mr. Falk!
  10:49am Bad Ronald:

badronald at whoresanddrugs.com

  10:50am Bernie:

@fat B: do you need my email address?
  10:50am fat bastard:

  10:51am Bernie:

Ah yes I see:
bernie at rockwellfarmer.com
so great
  10:53am fat bastard:

okay sent
  10:54am Bad Ronald:

Thanks Fat Bastard you rool!
  10:55am Bernie:

Yes thanks!
  10:55am Carmichael:

Mornin' Trub. Mornin' everybodys.
  10:56am cactus:

had this album on repeat all summmmerrrrr
  10:57am Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh I just saw Lower Dens last month...not the best live show ever but I like the tunes.
  10:58am Leigh:

Good Morning Trouble - beautiful set, thanks!
  11:00am adamp:

hi all, anyone going to pavement?
  11:05am stingy d:

this dog is just soooo stinky!!!
  11:06am PMD:

Morning trouble and all! I just got back from Maine where there were tons of loons on the lake. Heard some interesting calls I haven't heard before. They were very vocal this year.
  11:11am annie:

ok, fine i came back to the comments... i missed the chatter.
  11:11am ffrr:

Clooney is good in 'Up In The Air' also, Anna Kendricks is even better.
  11:13am Carmichael:

Annie, you fell for the Chrome come-on. IE8 works just fine.

Stingy, are you talking about Gladys??
  11:14am Adrian in London:

This Andreya Triana album is really good throughout. And only nine tracks, just the right length.
  11:16am stingy d:

yea gladys.... her paws just stink so effectively. so when she lays on top of you.... with her paw you know, on your belly or in the crook of your arm, or something... it just takes up nasal space.
  11:18am Carmichael:

@Stingy: She needs a puppy pedi!
  11:19am nate in detroit:

@adamp taking a trip to nyc next week for the central park show. can't wait!
  11:20am Parq:

This is way late, I know, but I've been busy at work. At about 10 AM, Miss T was playing a disco track that sampled movie dialog in which a guy is trying to convince a woman to give up her show biz ambition. Spazz uses the same clip as a drop-in. Anyone know what that's from?
  11:20am erella:

Hi Annie, Hello Trouble.
Does the name Delores mean sadness or sorrow? I always wonder about people that are given that as a first name. Isn't that a strange thing to burden a child with?
  11:20am trs:

PMD, If there were tons, maybe they were doing some extra territorial calling? Did you witness any dashes/dances up and down invisible lines in the water?
  11:22am Trailer Trish:

Hi Trouble, enjoying the show v much. You're balancing precaaaariously on a wobbly stool this afternoon while I'm making your normal place more attractive.
  11:24am BSI:

just got back in time for magma!
diggit: they're playing saturday here in dc, french embassy, tix still available, whooee!
  11:24am postmanpaul:

That was me not Trailer Trish. She moved on.
  11:26am ao:

ant rap! this is my best day ever.
  11:27am BSI:

fyi, if anybody digs that dc Magma gig:
  11:27am hh:

@parq -
that dialog is from the movie nashville
  11:30am Parq:

@hh, many thanks.
  11:31am north guinea hills:

one of my favorite ethiopiques tracks.....
  11:32am fat bastard:

this is a great set
  11:32am Ne-guh-tor:

I heard Ayalew say 'dagnabit' in this track.
  11:32am Dolores Haze:

Delores derives from pain/sorrow, after Mary "Lady of Sorrows/Mater Dolorosa" the Mother of Christ, so it's really a lot like naming a girl Mary.
  11:32am north guinea hills:

(also on ethiopiques vol. 8)
  11:33am fat bastard:

neguhtor i sent you that invite
  11:34am trouble:

hi erella! i had a friend who used 'dolores de la cabeza" as his drag name which he saw to mean pain in the head...
  11:34am Parq:

The Eithiopian music is reminding me of that spectacular East African show FMU put up at Lincoln Center in '08.
  11:34am Cheri Pi:

Trouble, you are hitting it out of the ballpark this morning. I can't stop shaking my ASS, and I'm sitting down at my desk.
  11:35am trouble:

post man paul: i love to think of me as balancing gingerly on a wobbly stool, aren't we always?
  11:36am John:

My ex-wife and I used to share a special love for that song Hasabe. Now I'm in a bad mood. Thanks a lot!
  11:36am still b/p:

Parq - Do not taunt those of us in far lands with what we have not seen.
  11:37am stingy d:

this is crazy.... i was gonna mention egyptian shumba and lou christie earlier when someone said something about 60's guitar solos.
  11:38am Parq:

[Parq will be back in a minute, he is busy doing the
Egyptian Shumba]
  11:40am rosh:

f*n crucial playlist! ayalew mesfin followed by casio kids & the tammy's is probably the best moving music ever!
  11:43am stingy d:

guitars and bongos, folks.
  11:45am Cecile:

Ah, this reminds me of the series Beautiful People - based on Simon Doonan's memoirs. Very hilarious and campy. It's set in the 90s instead of the 60s, but it works.
  11:45am north guinea hills:

I have an album from the early 60s called, "guitars and bongos", I think by a lounge act called Los Admirales.
  11:46am stingy d:

sounds good to me, guinea!
  11:47am Cecile:

I want to hear the Tom Moulton remix of this.
  11:47am PMD:

YAY Oscar! My first car was named Oscar. Oh, and maybe the one after that too. And maybe..
  11:47am trs:

splish trash I was takin' a bath..
  11:48am Binky:

oscar the grouch and the girls: abomination
  11:48am still b/p:

I want the guitar's kwoh-chikka-koo way more up front.
  11:48am PMD:

@trs that's actually quite good, and fits in with the fact that I had a dream last night I was hallucinating.
  11:48am north guinea hills:

I need to pull out my sesame disco albums when I get home (I think there are at least 3)
  11:49am postmanpaul:

If asked, I would have to admit that The Pet Shop Boys are not my kind of doggie in the window.
  11:49am Ne-guh-tor:

I wonder if the girls backing Oscar are The Pointers Sisters.
  11:50am Cecile:

I can take them in tiny doses. Like Queen, Mika, Leonard Cohen and Rufus Wainwright.
  11:51am seang:

yeah man, the neutron dance
  11:51am north guinea hills:

huh, well, the Pointer Sister did other Sesame tracks..., could be....
  11:51am Kayt:

Hey Trouble great morning, primeiro eu. Going to Lisboa tomorrow! Any requests/hints?
  11:51am Parq:

"The Pointers Sisters" - three blackboard pointers with tiny little faces and arms. Heck, it's just the sort of gag SesSt would have done.
  11:52am Ne-guh-tor:

I know. They used them quite a bit and especially, 'The Numbers Song'!
  11:52am postmanpaul:

Cecile - understood.
  11:58am Adrian in London:

The Nosotrash wiki entry is sweet: "In May 1995, they record their first demo, surrounded by dogs, cows, goats, and a mouse."
  7:38am Chantal:

I'm in Nanjing, China teaching high school art. I'm so glad I can listen to Trouble here too.
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