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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New Approx. start time
rouge  happy together   Options Don't Know When I'll Be Back Again [V/A]          0:00:00 (Pop-up)
bob wills with cindy walker  three little kittens   Options Papa's Jumpin': The MGM Years          0:04:39 (Pop-up)
ulrich schnauss  her and the sea   Options a long way to fall  domino      *   0:14:01 (Pop-up)
julianna barwick  pacing   Options Pacing 7"  Suicide Squeeze  7"    *   0:12:16 (Pop-up)
the flying machine  smile a little smile for me   Options Super Hits of the 70s vol 1 v/a          0:16:28 (Pop-up)
george jones  she's just a girl i used to know   Options good ol' boy          0:19:12 (Pop-up)
elliot smith  everybody cares, everybody understands, live   Options Drinking From Puddles: A Radio History          0:22:06 (Pop-up)
bob wills with carolina cotten  you always keep me in hot water   Options Papa's Jumpin': The MGM Years          0:24:46 (Pop-up)
george jones  white lightin live   Options           0:32:11 (Pop-up)
marine girls  second sight   Options lazy ways          0:36:23 (Pop-up)
jorge ben  cade tereza   Options jorge ben ( 1969)          0:38:56 (Pop-up)
pazy and the black hippies  papa's black dog   Options wa ho ha  secret stash    re-issue  *   0:43:18 (Pop-up)
a certain ratio  shack up   Options In the Beginning There Was Rhythm (various artists)          0:45:53 (Pop-up)
las grecas  nadie te quiere ya   Options por siempre grecas vol1          0:49:18 (Pop-up)
superhuman happiness  human happiness   Options electric cowbell presents 10 things to do in bongolia v/a          0:51:28 (Pop-up)
alpha  can't get over you   Options this is lovers rock v/a          0:55:40 (Pop-up)
keith hudson  bloody eyes dub   Options Rasta Communication (Deluxe Edition)  Vp    1979  *   1:00:53 (Pop-up)
lonnie holley  the obama groove live at wfmu   Options       recorded by dave mambach 3/21/13    1:07:26 (Pop-up)
amatorski  peaceful   Options tbc  crammed discs      *   1:21:17 (Pop-up)
donna regina  my melancholy man   Options slow killer          1:25:09 (Pop-up)
falty DL  kenny rolls one   Options hardcourage  ninja tune      *   1:29:36 (Pop-up)
receptionists  invisibles   Options Friendly Society (V/A)          1:36:08 (Pop-up)
molly drake  never pine for the old love   Options molly drake  squirrel thing    50's 60's home recordings  *   1:41:43 (Pop-up)
florimonde  jackie onassis   Options educacion y descanso          1:42:23 (Pop-up)
beti  nazr   Options Tiseh O Risheh: Funk Psychedlia and Pop from the Iranian Pre Revolution Generation  Pharaway Sounds      *   1:47:14 (Pop-up)
beninghove's hangmen  jack miller   Options Beninghove's Hangmen          1:50:01 (Pop-up)
duke ellington  me and you   Options duke ellington the blanton webster band          1:53:35 (Pop-up)
borngrabe & struver  cloud I   Options clouds  m=minimal      *   2:04:41 (Pop-up)
joyce  baracumbara   Options tardes cariocas          2:08:55 (Pop-up)
Orchestra Of The Upper Atmosphere  when this clouds scud across a bright moon   Options Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere  discus      *   2:16:42 (Pop-up)
serge gainsbourg  scenic railway   Options confidentiel        *   2:22:04 (Pop-up)
marnie stern  still moving   Options The Chronicles Of Marnia        *   2:24:03 (Pop-up)
Winston Edwards & Blackbeard  downing street rock   Options Change the Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979-1987        *   2:28:39 (Pop-up)
bob marley and the wailers  screwface alternate   Options the complete bob marley and the wailers 67-72          2:32:49 (Pop-up)
julie driscoll & brian auger  don't want to have to do it   Options           2:38:47 (Pop-up)
the durutti column  opera II/ demo   Options the durutti column/ vini reilly          2:41:44 (Pop-up)
joe bataan  crystal blue persuasion   Options el barrio sounds from spanish harlem streets v/a        *   2:44:29 (Pop-up)
la lupe  lo que paso, paso   Options the best          2:47:52 (Pop-up)
kool & the gang  open sesame   Options ost saturday night fever          2:51:31 (Pop-up)
barney wilen  two twenty-three   Options moshi too  sonorama    1969-70  *   2:55:13 (Pop-up)
angelo michajlov  petramorphosis   Options saxana the girl on the broomstick OST          2:57:21 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 9:02am doca:

Avatar 9:02am doca:

hello trouble and fellow listeners
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am Trouble:

good morning world!
Avatar 9:03am ellesbells_LDN:

Avatar 9:04am EzSezz:

This does not sound like Desmond Child & Rouge.
Avatar 9:04am Sem Chumbo:

Happy days are here again by the sounds of it Good morning, Trouble, and Doca.
Avatar 9:04am Cheri Pi:

Good Morning dear Touble!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06am Trouble:

ok now that i have properly spelled fuchsia we are all pinked out! the spelling demands of your daily dj are never ending...
Avatar 9:06am doca:

morning, Sem Chumbo!
Avatar 9:06am Dr. Goot:

  9:07am Titus in GA:

nothing like Bob Wills to get your morning started! 'Allo, Trouble!
Avatar 9:08am other eddie:

the pleasure is all mine
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am Mike East:

time to fry the tofu. good morning trouble
  9:13am Stu:

Hauska Vappua! Happy May Day Eve ( Huge party holiday in Finland ) and.....My WFMU SWAG arrived today!!!!! Woot! Pure Trouble and Radio Zombies woot woot Cheers to DJ and all troubled listeners out there!
Avatar 9:14am Snortley:

Any good gardener knows fuchsia was named for the botanist Fuchs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...jpeg tag says 'lonnieart' :
- Is this Mr. Holley's work too - !?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16am Brian in UK:

Ah Fuchsia, the 77th Earl of Gormenghast's daughter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am AndrewC.:

May Day Eve, Beltane, Queen's Day in Holland (King's Day?). And I'm forty today. Its all happening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am AndrewC.:

Is this a Dolly Parton song?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Gormenghast' - haven't heard that in a while!
...Now I'm listening to online streams like this - enjoying some SciFi & Comedy on BBC4Extra...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am Trouble:

indeed, today's artist is lonnie holley! happy may day eve to you stu, i am sure finland is more thant ready for it. tuesday greetings cheri pi, doca, ellesbells,sem,mike east, et alllllll!
Avatar 9:27am Parq:

Splendid first set, Miss Trouble.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Okay - Lonnie Holley is now *Officially* Freaking Awesome...that's an impressive Assemblage...

- Joyeux Taurean Solar Return AndrewC - !!!
Avatar 9:28am Michael:

Thanks for the George Trouble!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28am KevinfromBayRidge:

Great way to start, all trouble-somes!
  9:29am Titus in GA:

Hell yes, White Lightning! huge props to ya, Mrs. T:)
  9:30am harveyjohn:

Hey Trouble,
"There's A Stranger In the House"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30am AndrewC.:

Merci, RRN63!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33am tim from champaign:

Howdy everyone. Happy spring. Today is the first day this year that I biked to work sans jacket.
Avatar 9:33am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Forgetting to update the playlist? Sounds like it's time for wheelchair races in the hallway! To the geezer home!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yeah - summa that good early GeorgeJones...
- Had no idea about Scott Miller 'til efd played a whole hour spontaneously in tribute: Instant apprecitaion of blend of Complexity & Pop - & some of that is quite beautiful...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am Adrian in London:

Hi Trouble. The postman brought me your premium today – the quick listen I've just ahd in the car sounds great, especially the Joe Bataan and Syl Johnson tracks. I'm obviously in a soul mood today. Good-quality messenger bag too; not crapola!
Avatar 9:46am Rev. Turnip Druid:

i need to run home & hug my dog now. jeez.
Avatar 9:46am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Actually, you don't need an excuse to get going with wheelchair races. Please proceed.
  9:48am Robert:

So there really is/was a band with this name!
Avatar 9:48am PKNY:

Feeling this version of "Shack Up"!
  9:51am common:

las grecas! Strange and great!
  9:55am Titus in GA:

dig this Superhuman Happiness, chock full of grooves!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Adrian in London:

Just bought a ticket for Julianna Barwick at Purcell Room in London' would have forgotten about it if you playing the track hadn't reminded me…
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:03am Trouble:

you will LOVE that show adrian, i promise!
  10:16am Glenn m:

I love this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am Mike East:

does lonnie holley have any upcoming happenings?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am Trouble:

lonnie lives in atlanta. he played at the whitney end of march. i just looked at his facebook page and he does list gigs there, you should check that....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am Mike East:

thank you for bringing that to us, Trouble. I like the way you spaced it out over the course of the month. Each week has brought me back to the same place. Such an amazing talent.
Avatar 10:24am ellesbells_LDN:

seriously excited to discover lonnie holley. thanks Trouble.
Avatar 10:25am dc pat:

DAMMIT!! Missed Mr. Holley again. Why do people have to talk to me?
Avatar 10:25am βrian:

Good morning. Tentatively sunny skies over the isthmus today. No leaves yet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am tim from champaign:

Trouble, do you know if Lonnie Holley has a gallery in Atlanta? I make it there every few years and would like to seek out his work next time I'm there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am ausmanx:

i assume lonnie's not heading to sydney any time soon. as usual. there are disadvantages to living at the end of the world.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am Priscilla:

I though Obama was making a "personal" announcement, but no, it's a "personnel" announcement
Avatar 10:46am dc pat:

great tune "jackie onassis"
Avatar 10:48am βrian:

Seemed kind of Serge Gainsbourgien.
  10:52am Zachary:

Amazing set today
Avatar 10:52am Parq:

Ah. For a second, I thought that said "Beethoven's Hangmen." I am very relieved to see that it is not so.
  10:52am peter:

Good morning Trouble & FMU land,
it's practically snowing here in the PNW, jeez, Spring, we're ready for ya!
Avatar 10:57am doca:

let's say it: few things are better than duke ellington, right?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58am Konin:

I'm gonna blow my trombone, right now.
Avatar 10:59am john:

@Tim, Sorry I missed you and the gamelan concert last weekend. I had to get out of town early, but heard it was good. Hope you got to see it. Another time, maybe.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am Trouble:

here is that petition to sign to urge the passage of a national bottle bill and bag act
Avatar 11:03am Roberto:

Roberto always reuses bags when shopping. Roberto has been doing this since 1990.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04am Trouble:

you go roberto!!
Avatar 11:04am dc pat:

DC has a bag law--it instantly cleared up all the bags floating around the city. It works.
Avatar 11:06am dc pat:

Done and done.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am tim from champaign:

Hey John, that's cool. I did end up going and it was really enjoyable. Let me know next time you're around for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am Trouble:

hey peter! had this joyce ready just in case you were listening...
  11:12am timotato:

Joyce is fab. Love Brasilian stuff in general.
Avatar 11:19am Parq:

I'm with Timo -- Brazilian stuff does something for me that nothing else does.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Observe - if you will - this Beltane Altar :
- from :
  11:28am coxsone:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am robyn:

lovely stuff
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am Trouble:

i agree about the brasil vibe, can't get enough...
Avatar 11:33am dc pat:

I like when we go to jamaica..
Avatar 11:36am Joe McG:

The Jimmy Buffet of reggae! Trouble, you're hilarious.
Avatar 11:37am Rev. Turnip Druid:

...but accurate, I'd say.
  11:38am mad:

i think i was 600!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Trouble:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Yup: They just like Marley 'cause he smoked pot - that's just like Buffet & those happy hour yuppies...
Avatar 11:40am dc pat:

you could say a lot of musicians are the Jimmy Buffet of whatever. But that happens all over the place. I don't stop looking at Van Gogh paintings or Charlie Chaplin movies just because you see them referenced everywhere. Doesn't make Marley's music any less good or valid--but I think that's what trouble was getting at...
  11:40am timotato:

Speaking of Brasilian, I'm so psyched that Marisa Monte is playing the Beacon in late June. My fave of faves!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am Ike:

Isn't it just the "Legend" hits CD that represents the Jimmy Buffet realm of reggae? Those songs ("No Woman No Cry" etc.) are all horribly burnt out from intense overplaying, but fortunately Bob Marley did a lot of other good, mostly forgotten songs like the one Trouble just played.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am Patrick:

good morning trouble! great show this morning, although the last hour i have drowned out with the vacuum... bummer about the cavity!
Avatar 11:45am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Calling Bob Marley the Jimmy Buffet of reggae has the unfortunate concurrent result of conversely making Jimmy Buffet the Bob Marley of whatever it is he does, so, no.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:49am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I esp. like old poorly-recorded ska, Studio One type stuff & Dub - it's like the Jamaican equivalent of GarageRock...Who hasn't been touched by Bob Marley?

- The first difference between the Commercial World & WFMU-type thinking is that there are in fact more than 30 songs for maximum rotation in the world
- but most people think no more about their Music Diet than they care about eating anything besides Fast Food: What they *like* about their musical choices is that they do *not* have to think about them - they take what they're fed...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am robyn:

well, jimmy buffett is the embodiment of a certain white middle class unconsciousness. which is pretty impressive if not necessarily self-aware.
Avatar 11:50am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I have only had one confirmed cavity, and nobody noticed it through a whole bunch of regular dental visits until it was so far gone that they weren't sure if I'd need a root canal. Still baffles me.

Sometimes I think there's a threshold at which you're just required to pay for extra dentistry even if you don't need it, and they just make something up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am Trouble:

hello patrick!!hello emily!!
Avatar 11:51am Parq:

I remember white kids in Boston bars in the 70s, dancing effetely to white bands playing reggae, so none of the current adoption of reggae by the Parrotheads surprises me at all.
Avatar 11:51am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Let's be fair: Jimmy Buffett was always the Emma Goldman of Charlie Chaplin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51am Ike:

Then Pete, let's just say you can Buffet-ize certain Marley hits through intense Chinese-water-torture-like overplaying, but you can't Marley-ize any Buffet songs. Such destruction only goes one way.
  Swag For Life Member 11:52am Ralphine:

God bless you for playing Open Sesame. Feel the power and the spirit of the genie!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I kind of make a distinction between 'Real Reggae' & 'Tourist Reggae' - if you get my meaning. Young people in Jamaica aren't esp. into Bob or Reggae now anyhow, from what I understand (which might not be much)...
Avatar 11:53am dc pat:

to me it's like "the blues"--you can go out and find a lame "reggae" group any day of the week, but to actually find somebody doing something unique and/or good, takes some leg-work. It's REALLY hard to go see a good blues performance because of the Jimmy Buffettization of blues.
Avatar 11:54am dc pat:

RTD: not sure it's legal to use those 3 names in the same sentence..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am Patrick:

what do you think is worse? parrotheads embracing bob marley, or 2 generations of dirty flip flop wearing undergrads thinking he is some kinda cultural leader?
Avatar 11:55am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Thanks to the overplaying of Marley, I deliberately refused to give any of that stuff a chance. Then Scientist/Tubby busted that for good. But then, I'm a no-vocal kind of freak.
Avatar 11:55am Parq:

Dig you, DCP. I call that "college-town blues", because it's what's heard in bars in the New Paltzes and South Bends of the country.
Avatar 11:57am Rev. Turnip Druid:

vocals of this type, however.... i can dig all damned day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am tim from champaign:

My reggae experience is similar to RTD's.
Avatar 11:58am dc pat:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am SeanG:

always liked "Mister Brown" sung by Marley
Avatar 11:59am dc pat:

similar to Chaplin for me--I always blew him off because I thought it was just mainstream crap, preferring 3 Stooges. But then I actually watched a short and that was it.
  Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Ralphine:

I've always liked Keaton better than Chaplin.
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