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A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Loretta Lynn 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 November 23, 2010: two shades of green in the icepack dust

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
antenne  ttreaa #7   Options #3          0:00:00 ()
sun city girls  black orchid   Options funeral mariachi  abduction      *   0:06:00 ()
francoise hardy  si je le retrouve un jour   Options musique saoule          0:08:59 ()
moebius  falsche ruhe   Options OST blue moon  bureau B  1986    *   0:11:30 ()
lesser/matmos/wobbly  a/2   Options simultaneous quodilibet  important      *   0:15:39 ()
karen dalton  whoopee ti yi yo   Options green rocky road          0:18:00 ()
francoise hardy  j'ecoute de la musique saoule   Options musique saoule    1978      0:21:02 ()
moebius  intro 2   Options ost blue moon        *   0:25:24 ()
phyllis diller  the beauty parlor   Options the american comedy box vol 2 v/a          0:28:01 ()
zdenek liska  ost a game with stones   Options       toysand techinquies.blogspot.com    0:30:34 ()
moondog  theme and variations   Options the viking of sixth avenue          0:44:03 ()
lilian hak  again   Options old powder new guns        *   0:46:29 ()
belbury poly  belbury poly logotone/ the hidden door   Options from an ancient star          0:49:52 ()
pesteg dred  salt   Options years of struggle against the lies, the stupidity and the cowardice  dark entries  1981    *   0:56:08 ()
luisa maita  ai vem ele   Options lero-lero  cumbancha      *   0:58:59 ()
park avenue music  saltwater   Options by hearts + horses          1:03:09 ()
belle and sebastian  electronic renaissance   Options tigermilk          1:09:13 ()
big star  the ballad of el goodo   Options Keep An Eye On The Sky (box set)          1:13:20 ()
circle pit  infinity   Options bruise constellation  siltbreeze      *   1:17:37 ()
flight of the conchords  business time   Options           1:21:42 ()
the bobbettes  rock and ree-ah-zole( the teen age talk)   Options great googly moo  ace      *   1:26:20 ()
milenasong  streicheln   Options songs for bruno, knut and tom  monika        1:28:50 ()
dj MDSB  all my friends ( lcd soundsystem vs. john cale)   Options           1:33:50 ()
  out of school   a gatheriong of great poetry for children          1:42:48 ()
juana molina vs kasai all stars  hoy supe que viajas   Options tradi-mods vs rockers  crammed discs      *   1:44:50 ()
communicators and black experience band  the road   Options rare funk liberation v/a          1:47:39 ()
jamie lidell  big drift   Options compass          1:52:27 ()
ingar nilsson/georg riedels orkester  kalle teodor   Options OST pippi langstrump pa de sju haven          1:55:27 ()
RL Burnside  been mistreated   Options come on in          1:58:12 ()
peter whitehead  tunnel of love   Options orbitones, spoon harps and bellowphones v/a          2:00:36 ()
  merja mojsi   OST pippi langstrump pa de sju haven          2:02:36 ()
sebastien tellier  manty   Options sexuality          2:10:43 ()
liquid liquid  bell head   Options           2:14:27 ()
vetiver  amour fou   Options vetiver          2:16:21 ()
sharon van etten  Dsharpg   Options epic  ba da bing      *   2:20:28 ()
marika papagika  hrissaido   Options Marika Papagika  mississippi  1919-28    *   2:26:49 ()
charlotte gainsbourg  voyage   Options IRM          2:29:42 ()
timmy's organism  silver mountain   Options rise of the green gorilla  sacred bones      *   2:33:33 ()
the style council  a man of great promise   Options our favorite shop deluxe          2:36:53 ()
blossom dearie  rhode island is famous for you   Options           2:40:49 ()
hopeton lewis  don't take your guns to town   Options trojan country reggae box set v/a          2:46:19 ()
the impressions  sooner or later   Options           2:49:38 ()
can  sing swan song   Options ege bamyasi          2:52:34 ()
peter walker  camel ride   Options long lost tapes 1970          2:57:23 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 11/23/10 9:02am Josh RVA:

Hello Trouble!
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:04am trouble:

good morning josh rva, good morning all!
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:05am annie:

i'm still not used to this, trouble, this day-switch...
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:09am ao:

good morning!
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:09am CheriPi:

Sounding wonderful.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:12am trouble:

tuesday is not thursday annie, i agree.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:14am annie:

sadly, yes. 'tis true... i still have to mentally re-arrange my week each time i hear your show..
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:20am jgiles:

finally catch your show as you do it. what a luxury! thanks trouble.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:28am trouble:

thank you jgiles, that is nice to hear
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:31am Parq:

Thanks for the phabulous Phylis. I heard her do that "Playtex living bra died" line on TY many times, but never the full version before.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:33am CheriPi:

I'm glad you played Phyllis-I'm too young to have heard her perform her comedy like that-only references to it.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:39am Cecile:

Aw, Phyllis is great. A late bloomer, a real role model for women, and hilarious.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:41am Cecile:

I borrowed a Jan Svankmayer DVD from a friend, and my house was robbed before I could watch it. I found him a copy, but am too afraid to borrow it again
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:41am Cecile:

Totie Fields? Anne Meara? Elaine May?
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:45am Magda:

I'm loving this song. I'm listening to it at work, and it's getting me in the mood. And I am multislacking.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:46am BSI:

whoa; I thought I was the Dieter Moebius completist in the room, and yet I see on yonder playlist something I ain't heard yet...! Egad, I'm late!
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:46am Cecile:

And standup, until the early 80s at least, was most definitely a man's game.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:47am Angry Catman:

Moondog!! Huzzah!! That guy apparently used to hang out right outside my building. Love the Moondog.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:48am BSI:

...and whatsis about Jan Svankmajer? His PUNCH AND JUDY is one of my favorite films by anybody. For the sound as much as the visuals.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:49am Ringy-dingy:

Nice to be listening for once from the Eastern Time Zone, Trouble. Happy birthday, D.J. Icepack!
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:49am Cecile:

Trouble played the soundtrack from a game of stones
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:49am Cecile:

Which I have seen and was the reason why I borroed the cursed DVD.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:50am ffrr:

Cecile, don't forget Joan Rivers was a big deal back in the day, subbing for Carson & whatnot.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:51am Cecile:

How could I forget Joan? Jeez, thanks! Yes, Joan. She was even big in the 70s.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:52am Cecile:

Remember that dreadful movie "Rabbit Test?"
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:52am lilsis:

Bonjour Trouble
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:53am Cecile:

But there were great comic actresses in the 60s and 70s. I still miss Madeline Kahn. So good. About the only factor that made Mark II of the Cosby Show any good.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:55am annie:

i've been posting harpo marx videos on FB... dj icepack shares his birthday, today with that amazing musician and comedian.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:55am Magda:

i just watched Blazing Saddles, her Marlene Dietrich was dead on!! I don't remember if she won the oscar but she was nominated for it.
  Tue. 11/23/10 9:56am Jennique:

Good morning Trouble! Thanks for the stop-motion animation shout out. I am a huge fan of Jan and all the greats and even created a movie myself which took YEARS. I give stop-motion animators a ton of credit for their patience and work.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:01am trouble:

good morning lilsis! and good morning jennique!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:02am Cecile:

Hey, annie!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:03am Cecile:

Speaking of hilarious stop-motion, did anyone here see "A Town Called Panic"? I laughed until I couldn't breathe any more.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:03am texas scott:

  Tue. 11/23/10 10:06am annie:

ts.. !! cecile!!!!! hey y'all
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:06am tim:

Rusty Warren...
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:07am Cecile:

Yes, tim! Bottoms up!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:10am trouble:

good morning texas scott
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:11am Mike East:

I'm with you on Madeline Kahn. Great in all her Mel Brooks appearances. I had a thing for her as the empress in History of the World when I was a kid.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:11am tim:

Oh yeah, Moms Mabley too. Her routines about having an affair with the Kennedys are pretty hilarious.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:12am Cecile:

Oh, yeah! Moms!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:13am texas scott:

happy t'giving,everbuddy.

  Tue. 11/23/10 10:13am Cecile:

Minnie Pearl!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:15am still b/p:

I was half-tempted by a Rusty Warren album at Goodwill the other day. And the back-of-sleeve copy on a record like that is always a kick.

(I definitely shoulda picked up the Paul Revere & the Raiders album for the extraordinarily purple prose profiles of the boys on the back. The Mark Lindsay bit alone is worth the 99 cents.)
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:16am ffrr:

Fanny Brice was a pioneer in vaudeville and radio as well.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:16am BSI:

That rusty warren stuff is classic. Bounces Back, Knockers Up, all great.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:17am dc pat:

town called panic is hilarious, thanks Cecile.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:18am tim:

Rusty's interview in one of the Incredibly Strange Music books is awesome. Shows how much of an ass kicker she was.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:18am Cecile:

I remember that interview well. Ahead of her time! Knockers up!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:19am BSI:

still is, evidently.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:22am Cecile:

  Tue. 11/23/10 10:22am Sylvie:

Flight of the conchords yeaaaaaahhhh
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:23am βrian:

It's Tuesday morning, and it's all on.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:24am emily:

thanks for bringing on the man Jemaine! he wears the socks!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:25am still b/p:

He's.....too socksy for his sex.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:25am Cecile:

everyday is Wednesday when the J-man is in the house.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:35am northguineahills:

morning everyone!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:46am rallyjonny:

RL Burnside's birthday today, everybody. Happy Burnside!
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:57am esch oder anarchie:

That was one of those perfect skips ... seemed programmed .... haunting ...
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:58am βrian:

Vinyl has such a rich, rich, rich, rich sound ...
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:58am john:

i hope that skipping was NOT intentional.. because it worked out so perfectly.
  Tue. 11/23/10 10:58am Parq:

Younger listeners were not around for the days, in the early 80s, when records were routinely allowed to skip for a full minute or two before they were corrected.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:02am βrian:

Back when the DJ would say, Brother can you spare a dime? Then tape it to the tone arm.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:05am Parq:

βrian, nice big grin over here.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:05am still b/p:

In non-radio play....Over The Hills and Far Away skipped so reliably in the same spots on a church youth center jukebox that the stuck/repeated bits remain part of the way the song's wired in my head.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:07am lilsis:

I think you should make Green cupcakes for DJ Ice Pack's Birthday, oh wait, been there, done that!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:07am Kevin:

tack från sverige!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:07am listener gary:

When did you move to Tuesday? I thought people were doing fill in's for you on the Right day!!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:27am Angry Catman:

Great track there by Sharon Van Etten. Holy smokes.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:36am trs:

"and carrots", but not parsnips? Potato potato?
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:40am v k:

flat out love your show Trouble - many thanks
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:41am Lou:

Road trip to Rocky Point?
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:42am Lee:

I lived in Providence for over 13 years and saw some of its most creative musical output in that time but Blossom Dearie wrote my favorite RI song, hands down.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:42am Parq:

Happy BD to DJIP, a newly minted tweenager.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:45am Jennique:

Happy birthday DJ Icepack! Is he from Rhode Island?
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:48am Jennique:

Oh wow, I've never heard a reggae version of Don't Take Your Guns to Town. Makes the whole song kinda chipper, unlike the man in black's version.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:49am kamikaze:

5 mins late!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:50am Mike East:

great show today!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:53am trouble:

rocky point! aaawwww...
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:54am Clyde:

I love me some can
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:55am trouble:

thanks mike! no jennique, Dj icepack was born in NYC, but jersey grown. hello Leigh, fellow risd-er?
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:55am trouble:

thanks v k!
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:56am don:

1 million thank yous for the string of perfect vibarations, trouble.
  Tue. 11/23/10 11:58am trouble:

good vibes back at you don
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