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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 January 25, 2011: utopian laser radio with ben graves of toys and techniques blog

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
birds of delay    the cut         
jocy de oliveira  samba gregoriano   Options          
sigur ros  svefn-g-englar   Options          
ken nordine  muddy   Options         0:02:27 (Pop-up)
nicolas comment  Je Te Veux   Options nous etions dieu    thanks guuzbourg!  *   0:04:39 (Pop-up)
felt  sempiternal   Options         0:07:48 (Pop-up)
the field mice  willow   Options where did you learn to kiss that way?        0:10:15 (Pop-up)
the delfonics  ready or not here i come ( can't hide from love)   Options sound of sexy soul        0:13:59 (Pop-up)
sebastien tellier  roche   Options sexuality        0:16:25 (Pop-up)
juliette greco  les amours perdues   Options le claqueur de mots      *   0:21:24 (Pop-up)
tremor/manoteo en mejor  radiokijada ( tremor mix)   Options para arniar  zzk    *   0:28:53 (Pop-up)
bill wells and maher shakla has baz  poxy   Options osaka bridge        0:32:47 (Pop-up)
morehouse college jazz laboratory band  hummin'   Options school me ! volume one 1968-75  stage band research    *   0:37:10 (Pop-up)
les elles  quand je s'rais vielle   Options les elles        0:43:07 (Pop-up)
johnny scott  the world about us   Options     ben graves dj's from toysandtechniques.blogspotdotcom    0:48:41 (Pop-up)
david stringer  fast forward   Options         0:48:54 (Pop-up)
basil kirchin  assignment k   Options         0:49:05 (Pop-up)
judy hill  apache woman   Options         0:50:00 (Pop-up)
  chanel ad           0:51:42 (Pop-up)
PENTANGLE  wedding dress ( live)   Options         0:52:53 (Pop-up)
  pippi langstrump ost           0:54:53 (Pop-up)
  the british coastguard           0:55:33 (Pop-up)
david stringer  polychroma   Options         0:55:49 (Pop-up)
michael lewis  unman, wittering and zigo   Options         0:56:53 (Pop-up)
vladimir cosma  le ballet des allegories   Options         1:06:33 (Pop-up)
mort garson  i've been over the rainbow   Options The Wozard of Iz: An Electronic Odyssey        1:09:41 (Pop-up)
  lemora, a child's tale of the supernatural           1:11:50 (Pop-up)
francisco semprun and michel christodoulides  bric a brac   Options metamorphes        1:12:43 (Pop-up)
group batuki?  if i had a ribbon bow   Options ost four nights of a dreamer        1:13:49 (Pop-up)
Satyajit Ray  opening credits   Options ost bagha byne goopy gyne        1:15:51 (Pop-up)
  etrange enfer erotique     musique pour l'image      1:18:19 (Pop-up)
sufi choir  timed air   Options sufi choir        1:18:36 (Pop-up)
james harpham  oriental dolls   Options animals and children vol 2  studio G      1:19:13 (Pop-up)
lynn castle with last friday's fire  rose colored corner   Options fading yellow v/a        1:20:30 (Pop-up)
vladmir cosma  ballet des tentations   Options ost volpone        1:24:43 (Pop-up)
luis de pablo  spirit of the beehive   Options         1:42:19 (Pop-up)
roger webb  bartleby   Options         1:43:41 (Pop-up)
stephen r e aubry  cipher in the snow   Options         1:46:08 (Pop-up)
jean wahlstrom  singing   Options         1:46:29 (Pop-up)
luis de pablo  luis de pablo   Options         1:48:46 (Pop-up)
itsuksu akai no fusen ( five red ballons)  new sky 1   Options         1:50:03 (Pop-up)
vladimir martynov  Shkatulka s sekretom   Options         1:55:25 (Pop-up)
pierre henri  the love life of the octopus   Options         2:12:01 (Pop-up)
beta fulton  toyshop drama 2   Options   chappelle library      2:12:30 (Pop-up)
billy goldenberg  tommy gone   Options ost the grasshopper        2:15:15 (Pop-up)
alwin nikolais  glymistry   Options the coreosonic musicof alwin nikolais        2:16:34 (Pop-up)
joe byrd    OST lions love        2:20:25 (Pop-up)
the churchills  incidental music   Options mikre isha        2:22:20 (Pop-up)
chimera  the lady with the bullets in her hair   Options         2:25:58 (Pop-up)
peter thomas  neutron   Options         2:30:16 (Pop-up)
harry partch and the gate 5 ensemble  petals fell on petaluma   Options petals...        2:30:55 (Pop-up)
emerald web  flight of the raven   Options         2:44:51 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:03am jamesie:

  9:04am Jennique:

Morning Trouble.
  9:04am yay!!!:

i was looking for trouble..
  9:06am jamesie:

its not you Trouble its the chimp
  9:07am yay!!!:

hhmm.. no audio.. bummer.. duane's show was fine, now nothing
  9:08am trouble:

good morning! james are you listening on line and you are not hearing what i am playing?
  9:08am Jennique:

Same here. I'm listening online and hear only silence.
  9:08am wee_ninja:

hello! no audio here either.
  9:09am Bryan:

I'm listening on my iPhone and I'm not getting any audio either.
  9:09am jamesie:

yes no sound
  9:09am robert:

i hear nothing... sad
  9:09am annie:

same here
  9:09am robw:

Just silence, and a nice photo of Michael Snow to look at.
  9:10am maestroso:

No Droid audio either.
  9:10am maja:

miss you
  9:10am jdalton:

Nothing from the ogg or acc streams.
  9:10am still b/p:

It was silent at 9...then was on for a bit...now silent again.
  9:10am jamesie:

all 4 streams are down
  9:11am annie:

big big bummer
  9:11am fishmonkeystew:

Trouble, why are you givin' us the silent treatment? Did we piss you off?
  9:11am robert:

It wouldnt be trouble without a little... you know .... trouble
  9:12am Neg-guh-tor:

I was listening too, but heard nothing. I hope Ken can fix this.
  9:12am jamesie:

Did Duane take the plug away?
  9:12am listener mark:

good morning trouble
good morning everyone
coming through 5 by 5 on WMFU 90.1 Mount Hope
  9:13am annie:

there it is
  9:13am Jennique:

On now. Thanks!
  9:14am still b/p:

The Restoration!
  9:14am reactionary:

Enough John Cage already!
  9:14am robert:

found the mute button !!!
  9:14am fishmonkeystew:

Shazaaaaaam! There you are!
  9:14am jamesie:

  9:14am annie:

  9:14am Cheri Pi:

Yay we're back in business
  9:15am guuzbourg:

Bonjour trouble
  9:15am robert:

from vanila sky sound track - awesome
  9:16am listener mark:

Hope everyone is enjoying their breakfast haggis. Happy Birthday Rabbie Burns!
  9:17am annie:

only diff is that the winamp is not showing the tunes.
  9:17am Neg-guh-tor:

  9:19am maestroso:

Got it!
  9:19am v k:

kudos on the Sigur Ros - always curious as to why it doesn't get more play on this fine station
  9:23am guuzbourg:

Isn't that Nicolas Comment track just ike an outtake from Serge's Melody Nelson album? When the synths come up? Excellent song.
  9:23am Listener Eric:

Felt--soundtrack spring '84 semester in UK!
  9:24am mike tp:

that last tune reminded me of the moody blues childrens lp with the swee mellotron
  9:27am listener mark:

But Mousie, thou are no thy-lane,
In proving foresight may be vain:
The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men,
Gang aft agley,
  9:31am bw:

Im glad I slept in and missed the trouble wuth the stream...
  9:34am v k:

bw - tweeted u last nite - please consider a fill-in music show for ole' times sake - just one can't hurt
  9:41am LizGig:

Um, Trouble, here 20 degrees IS summer. I should assume you were speaking Fahrenheit and not Celsius, yes?
  9:41am Marmalade Kitty:

Morning everybody :) ..will the silence be archived? and if so, will it be labelled? Maybe it could be dedicated to something..? Lovely music, once kicked in!
  9:48am Jennique:

These musicians sound asleep. Or maybe it's just my own sleepiness.
  9:53am Jennique:

Okay, now they're awake.
  9:54am stu:

Morning Trouble & the World!
Listening to the show on a transistor radio in NY . ( you get sunny days between your snowstorms here) Cheers !
  9:55am Billy Badger Eater:

Loving this track by the Morehouse College Jazz Laboratory Band. Great snow music.
  10:03am erella:

Good morning trouble. Nice to hear you. Could you post a link to your guest's blog?
  10:04am annie:

morning erella!
  10:07am wee_ninja:

  10:07am jamesie:

  10:18am erella:

hi Annie!
  10:19am dale:

david hemmings
  10:20am kapostrano:

terrence stamp
  10:24am dale:

one of the dj's played the whole wozard of iz album last fall - mind blowing.
  10:25am w:

Damn, I missed the Osaka Bridge cut! That's OK, I have the record at least.
  10:25am seang:

Good Morning Folks! So hungover and loving it.....
  10:27am erella:

That is funny. I have the wozard of iz album on vinyl. I thought I was the only person who ever bought it.
  10:29am annie:

wow, dale was it really as long ago as last fall? wow
  10:30am dale:

time flies, unfortunately
  10:30am mark:

really enjoying this set of music - thank u very much!
  10:32am ╬▓rian:

It's terrible, I know, but Indian music makes me hungry.
  10:33am dale:

was mort garson the person responsible for the zodiac album as well?
  10:37am Marmalade Kitty:

Interesting interview Trouble.. I discovered wfmu.org whilst looking for music used on a UK Public Information Film.. The music was Brass Monkey - John Cameron!
  10:42am Billy Badger Eater:

I'm really enjoying this - particularly the Vladmir Cosma material. Keep up the fantastic work! Bravo!
  10:45am erella:

Theres's a similar thing, another canadian, David Pritchard's- Nocturnal Earthworm Stew that came out in the mid 70's that sounded like Wozard of iz... sort of. I wonder if you've heard of it.
  10:54am jen v.:

i'm loving this set/interview/conversation!
  10:54am Marmalade Kitty:


UK PIF - music - J.Cameron :)
  10:56am trouble:

good morning all, i am busy typing here but loving that you are also loving ben's vibe...
  11:00am dale:

aw, that cliff evans sounds like a nifty kid....i hope he gets a frog one day.
  11:03am listener james from westwood:

whoa, those 2 little stings of electronic bumper music touched some sort of childhood viewing memory. were they from "fast forward"? i do recall digging that show back in the day.
  11:05am dale:

make a wish with tom chapin was a fave of mine - it had some intersting animation/music
  11:13am erm:

RUSSIAN TRACK BY MARTYNOV http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W62M3F9M5L4
  11:13am ranjit:

Hey listener james! I've been having trouble confirming that "fast forward" even existed - more recent tv shows with the same name soak up all the googles. So I'm glad to see you mentioning it.
  11:18am bw:

Trouble: "My kid is not hip" man, poor guy he is gonna have to answer for that on the playground
  11:19am listener james from westwood:

It did indeed. I guess it preceded the wide availability of home taping, so there may not be a lot of examples to have been uploaded to YouTube. But I did watch that, and another science show called "L-5" about a bunch of astronauts on a space station. Music was actually more "Blue Danube" a la "2001" vs. electronic. They discussed Earth and space science, then, in the final ep. they pulled back and showed that the "space station" was in fact a studio set. First time I saw someone break the 4th wall on TV.
  11:21am dc pat:

my daughter has the same problem (talking to peers about music) so now she's rebelling, walks around singing....I don't know what. But then I catch her in her room listening to Ramones, Beatles, Shame 69, Joanna Newsom...
  11:27am aaron in chicago:

fyi that russian track transliterates to "shkatulka s sekretom"
  11:29am Webhamster Henry:

Nice stuff this morning! I have some library music myself, much of it unusably bad. So bad it's not even ironic, just bad.
  11:38am trouble:

spaciba for the pa ruski!
  11:38am ringo the dog:

This is a great show this morning. The music here reminds me of Broadcast.
  11:51am Mariano:

Is it Viva? The Warhol girl?
  11:54am ╬▓rian:

I think that's pronounced "Ki - mera, " similar to chiropractor.
  10:58am Neal:

Amazing sound collage by the curator of one of the finest obscure nostalgia blogs in existence. Lovely stuff.
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