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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
heroin in tahiti  departing/ welcome to paradise island   Favoriting black vacation/no highway split 12"  no fire        *    
tomorrow's tulips  mr. sun   Favoriting experimental jelly  burger        *    
ben neill  pentagram ( undertow remix by dj spooky)   Favoriting the re-mixes             
nico  little sister   Favoriting chelsea girl            0:16:00 (Pop-up)
reverend douglas bell & the stage cruisers  i got to make heaven my home   Favoriting nuclear blast  big legal mess        *   0:21:09 (Pop-up)
james blake  the wilhelm scream   Favoriting james blake            0:25:02 (Pop-up)
blank blue  eyes closed   Favoriting nobody presents: blank blue-western water music volume II            0:28:47 (Pop-up)
 
tia blake and her folk group  the rising of the moon   Favoriting folksongs & ballads            0:38:24 (Pop-up)
joe bataan  ordinary guy   Favoriting gypsy woman            0:41:09 (Pop-up)
joe bataan  young, gifted and brown   Favoriting young gifted and brown            0:44:29 (Pop-up)
Die Gesunden  instru-mental   Favoriting die gesunden  medical  1984      *   0:47:14 (Pop-up)
elis regina  giro   Favoriting elis regina in london            0:49:30 (Pop-up)
jacno  on s'fait la gueule   Favoriting tombe pour daho v/a songs of etienne daho            0:52:07 (Pop-up)
mel blanc  there's a hole in the iron curtain   Favoriting best of mel blanc            0:56:08 (Pop-up)
crystal stilts  star crawl   Favoriting nature noir            0:57:47 (Pop-up)
xex  fast food   Favoriting trust in machines  dark entries  1981      *   1:01:29 (Pop-up)
 
night jewel  what did he say   Favoriting       12"      1:13:01 (Pop-up)
jackie trent  somewhere in the world   Favoriting       7"      1:17:17 (Pop-up)
co la  a/3   Favoriting daydream repeater  Nna tapes        *   1:20:18 (Pop-up)
teddy wilson  between the devil and the deep blue sea   Favoriting statements and improvosations            1:25:06 (Pop-up)
charles waters quartet  broadway truce   Favoriting Chroma Colossus: 13 Visions of the City  Amish/Required Wreckers        *   1:27:02 (Pop-up)
emika  young minds   Favoriting Dva  ninja tune        *   1:30:48 (Pop-up)
s.e. rogie  easy baby   Favoriting The Sounds of S.E. Rogie  domino sound  1960's      *   1:35:38 (Pop-up)
bj thomas  sandman   Favoriting on my way            1:37:04 (Pop-up)
rudolph johnson  the higest pleasure   Favoriting gilles peterson black jazz radio v/a  black jazz        *   1:40:15 (Pop-up)
 
yacht vs kumisolo  danse music yacht remix   Favoriting             1:55:43 (Pop-up)
kuupuu  Itaja   Favoriting sisar  em        *   2:00:08 (Pop-up)
petra haden  Cinema Paradiso   Favoriting Petra Goes to the Movies            2:05:41 (Pop-up)
2+2=5  Mathematic'n Logarithm   Favoriting Italia New Wave (V/A)  spittle        *   2:08:07 (Pop-up)
John Foxx and the Belbury Circle  the right path   Favoriting empty avenues  ghost box        *   2:11:30 (Pop-up)
kaboom karavan  kipkap   Favoriting hokus fokus  Miasmah        *   2:16:08 (Pop-up)
the youngsters  rock r roll cowboy   Favoriting downtown soulvill premium            2:20:08 (Pop-up)
linda martell  color him father   Favoriting Country Soul Sisters Volume 2  soul jazz records          2:22:07 (Pop-up)
 
 
jackie mitoo  darker shade of black   Favoriting Champion in the Arena 76-77            2:32:23 (Pop-up)
the lovenotes  baby baby you   Favoriting Looking Good: 75 Femme Mod Soul Nuggets  rpm          2:35:22 (Pop-up)
harvey scales & the seven sounds  love-itis   Favoriting love-itis  soul-tay-shus        *   2:38:19 (Pop-up)
pretty lights  press pause   Favoriting a color map of the sun  8 minutes 20 seconds        *   2:41:14 (Pop-up)
toni basil  i'm 28   Favoriting         thanks dale!    2:46:25 (Pop-up)
Francoise Hardy  el telefono corte   Favoriting             2:48:30 (Pop-up)
jarvis cocker  discosong (pilooski remix)   Favoriting             2:50:37 (Pop-up)
the mayfair set  already warm   Favoriting             2:56:05 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02am
Trouble:

good jolly morn
  9:03am
Sam:

Hi Trouble! Good morning world!
Avatar 9:04am
Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Trouble and good morning to you. Snakes and flowers always have worked for me...
Avatar 9:05am
βrian:

Vast aquamarine skies over the isthmus today. Bonjour.
  9:06am
Violet:

Hello from California :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am
Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Happy Not-Quite-Yet-Hump Day! I was hiking in Saguaro National Park one time and saw two rattlesnakes and a Gila monster.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am
SeanG:

Library worker checking in.
Avatar 9:08am
duke:

Good morning Dr. Trouble
  9:08am
Sam:

Two rattlesnakes and a Gila monster walk into a bar...
Avatar 9:08am
northguineahills:

I would have never have guessed that tomorrow's tulips are contemporary. oh, and top o' morn, y'all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
SeanG:

burger records kicking butt.
Avatar 9:09am
northguineahills:

I feel a slutty click star streak coming on....
  9:10am
berlusconi's nose:

You are starting out the day in true WFMU style
Avatar 9:12am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...wondering if this snake & red flowers Artist ('Grant Huang'?) has prominent ♏Scorpio in his Chart !...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am
common:

love that art!
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northguineahills:

Haven't heard this Ben Neill in an geological epoch.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am
Mike East:

a beautiful start this morning
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Yair Yona:

Hi Trouble and everyone
  9:20am
Tiago:

finally got to listen live and Nico is on!
:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- is there a comprehensive Nico Box Set? There should be a comprehensive Nico Box Set.
Avatar 9:22am
βrian:

@SeanG: Which library?
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northguineahills:

I fully agree, rev rabbit.....
  9:24am
Violet:

Yes, I'm loving all the songs so far. Lovely Tuesday start.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24am
SeanG:

I'm at Boston University--The school of education library
  9:25am
Violet:

I have an MLIS too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27am
Trouble:

good morning doctor listeners, far and wide,smart and wanting to be
Avatar 9:27am
the glowing one:

@rrn63: there doesn't seem to be "one" comprehensive box set with all her albums, if you mean that. But there are many compilations with rarer stuff:

www.discogs.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28am
Trouble:

this morning's artist is grant huang.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this James Blake reminds me of KCRW...be this as it may...
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the glowing one:

I prefer original CD releases anyway, not those remastered re-re-releases with extra bonus tracks in a box with a DVD and a finger thick booklet. the first CD release of an old album in most cases sounds the best, so I rather go scavenger hunting for used copies of those 80s CD releases.
Avatar 9:33am
βrian:

UW-Madison here. Aujourd' hui, nous sommes tous les bibliothèquaires.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34am
SeanG:

Nice, the isthmus!
Avatar 9:34am
the glowing one:

doctor trouble... hm? so you get into trouble after your visit?
Avatar 9:35am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- that's interesting glowing one!
- as it kinda seems a lot of people say the Digital Mastering was poo @ 1st & gradually & finally got better...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36am
Andrew Waterloo:

Je ne suis pas un bibliothèquaire, mes ma copaine dan ma class de français était.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37am
Trouble:

www.nj.com...
Avatar 9:42am
βrian:

On te bénit Bibliothèquaire pour une Journée.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42am
Trouble:

joe bataan is coming onto the show! october 1st! write that down on your calendar!! can't wait!!
  9:44am
jeremy:

This ordinary song is fantastic
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βrian:

I'm glad the Grant Huang work isn't animated.
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dc pat:

I remember the first CD release that I payed attention to was Chocolate Watchband and we were all shocked to hear a flute in Baby Blue.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55am
KevinfromBayRidge:

Bon Matin! There I said it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57am
Dominick:

Fine music
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duke:

My wife know this song by heart!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - maybe it's that in the beginning they hadn't quite got the hang of what digital mastering was about
...& that they rush-released stuff to cash in on the market of people switching over to CDs

- but ReMastering is not always an improvement as far as some's tastes run...
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the glowing one:

nah, they just wanted their music to be louder than the next one. it's like the old "who's got the longer love stick". but just like in biology there's a physical limitation after which things get nasty and ugly.

and with "they" I mean the artists. often people blame the producers hauled in by the record companies and the mastering engineers, as if the artists are victims of the loudness war.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Trouble - this song made me think of today's Burger King news, that they are introducing a new lower calorie french fry called "satisfries". No joke! www.usatoday.com...
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the glowing one:

anyway, I'm not *that* sensible to brickwalled crackling sound.. I just take the older mastering if I can and if there is one by default. not putting too much thought into which release might be the absolute best sounding.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am
Trouble:

ha ha jennique!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am
Andrew Waterloo:

@the glowing one, loudness is a 90s problem. In the 80s there were a lot of CD releases that were straight transfers from vinyl that where simply anemic and muddy. There were releases where digital remastering amounted to a significant improvement.
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the glowing one:

I happen to like the "thin" 80s sound very much
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the glowing one:

I just turn the volume up ;)
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glenn:

it'd be zex, no?
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Cecile:

allergies suck.
Can you put a warm washrag on your forehead.

Get out of my head glowing one.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- you *can* tell the Decade something was Mastered in that way!...

...corresponds to the ongoing discussions about Live Volume @ venues - which I tend to see as Post-Rave & Post-HipHop - lotsa massive Bass
- & also P.A. & speaker technology changing...

...I think the 2009 Beatles Remasters are an example of the right amount & the right kind of attention given a Remaster (White Album notably emerges from flat sonic murk, I think)
- even though it noticeably changed the sound of stuff definitively 'Classic'
...& I also wonder why not go all the way & do 20-bit Mastering - &tc. ...
  10:09am
Tiago:

I had a sinus infection for 3 week after going diving to 30 mts jsut after clearing the loft with no mask...
I sympathise.
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Benjamen Walker:

Trouble! I am scared to come back downstairs to the second floor
oh man - cant believe you are going to have joe on Oct 1st - amazing
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Cecile:

I couldnt' understand why I respected rather than really liked Husker Du, and it's because they were so treble-happy. Which is funny because their first single is all bassy and PIL-y. Greg Norton rules.
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Benjamen Walker:

I don't have any sinus meds either!
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Cecile:

joe bataan in the flesh? awesome
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Benjamen Walker:

oh wait! I have some strange pill in my bag? do you want it? I can come back downstairs if you unban me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11am
Andrew Waterloo:

The Can remasters are good digital remasters.
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the glowing one:

@rrn63: you sure it was only a remaster? probably a proper remixing, too.
@Cecile: fully agree, it didn't take anything away from the music energy, quite the contrary!
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Cecile:

Blackout?

Watch Law and Order Criminal Intent.
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Cecile:

Flashpoint is also good. And very sincere. And Canadian. Keith Mars, I mean Enrico Colasanto is the lead dude.
Avatar 10:13am
egal:

Zombies and meth sell on tv these days.
Avatar 10:15am
Cecile:

I like Longmire, and Sleepy Hollow is batshit crazy and kind of amazing because 1) they have a great black actress who is the center of the story for once, and 2) it is so over the top WRONG and completely unconcerned about it, it's refreshing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:15am
MD:

Yes! SInce the Re-election...I have been calling my Reps. as much as possible. It's the first time in my life I have ever done so. We should all do it...it's not hard...make your voices heard...
done so...
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Cecile:

Also? Icabod Crane is smoking hot. I hear he goes shirtless next episode. hahahahahahahahahaa I love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:15am
Andrew Waterloo:

People like to watch shows about bad people, and then get upset they finally do something that was bad and not cool
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Cecile:

the only anti-hero show I really liked was The Shield and that's because Michael Chiklis and CCH Pounder were so good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am
MD:

"done so"=Typo...sorry
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am
Dominick:

Many 80's CD reissues were done from cutting master tapes. These tapes were made to compensate for the limitations of vinyl releases and to assure all cuts (many are made) of the record had the same processing. Usually some bass roll off, elliptical filter (look it up) an upper mid boost and some compression were done. Later reissues went back to the original master mix tapes. Unfortunately the sound of the cutting master is the sound people recall and when hearing the original mix they think the re-mastering engineer has tampered with the sound. It's also 20 years later and many original mix tapes have deteriorated to the point that they are no longer usable.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

@Cecile - I actually lived in Sleepy Hollow for a few years, so I am curious to watch it. Something tells me none of it is actually shot there. And yeah, that Icabod Crane is a looker.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am
Andrew Waterloo:

The only new show I'm waiting for is British Sherlock Holmes
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- love HuskerDu & BobM. - & been a kick of that stuff lately
- & I think *maybe* (??) they aren't getting Remastered as they should because of the members' disagreements & - Big Legal Mess...

- The Beatles Remasters were pretty thorough, yeah - w/ 2009 technology, @ what point is a Remaster a Remix - ? There was much press about it - should they leave Lennon popping a 'P' or 'autotune it' (so to speak) out? Like restoring a painting (no, really!) - what to remove or paint in...I think they did a great job that should be an example of Proprietary Mastering
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Cecile:

I think it's shot in the Carolinas.
It's so nuts. But the lead actress is going to be a star, even if the show flops.
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Cecile:

Oh! And now I am totally into Torchwood.
And yeah, new Sherlock Holmes. Woo!
Some guy writer called himself a "Cumberbitch". I laughed so hard.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Forgot to tell you Trouble, I am going on bird walks again in Central Park for the fall migration. They happen on Tuesdays at noon. Can you teleport here? Saw a waxwing and a red breasted grosbeak (male) last week.
Avatar 10:23am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- may be a great show - be a hot Ichabod Crane?
- Where shall we gangly losers (well - I'm older & fatter now) go for archetypes?
...Like that America lady being 'Ugly Betty': That's *Hollywood* 'ugly'. You want halloween-bait ugly - work in a thrift store in these parts like I do...is all I'm saying...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...*bUT* a hot Ichabod, I mean...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Thx Dominick for more precise technical intel...
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AKA BA (Hons) Full-on:

If only I could play like that...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yeah - by the time my right-hand is Woogie-ing - the Left has ceased to Boogie...
Avatar 10:29am
Chris from DC:

Cecile, I assume you mean the English Sherlock, which is great, and not the one with Lucy Liu?
  10:29am
Adrian in London:

I read something online the other day that said a newspaper article, a propos Sleepy Hollow, had said: "The boy comes face-to-face with the headless horseman."!!
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Cecile:

hahahahahah, thats' great.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

@Adrian in London - HAHA! Love that.
Avatar 10:31am
Cecile:

Chris, yes.
My sister is convinced if there was no Sherlock Holmes link, it would be a fine show.
Avatar 10:33am
maja:

hi trouble and all of you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am
Trouble:

bw why are you scared? i am not going to kill you on air, it would be in a dark alley if it were to happen. at least that's the way they do it on tv, with a jihad and a serbo croation assistant. i took a red pill, i am shrinking as i write
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:34am
Trouble:

o man jennique! thats so great!! my teleport machine is done broke...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35am
Andrew Waterloo:

One of the things I don't like about a lot of these new shows is that all the main characters have become Jeff Speakman type slappy fighters.
Avatar 10:37am
Cecile:

That's why I like Longmire. No defying physics in the stunt scenes.
Avatar 10:39am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- since Ang Lee/'Matrix' - video games ??
...I often go off on how SciFi has become just ActionAdventure w/ no ideas - & my theories why...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:41am
Trouble:

adrian!! brits! what say you about the man booker prize being opened to all english speaking writers? i am not happy about it at all
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...also - Media Consumption gets faster & faster;
- Dylan: 'An Album used to be an Event. Those days are gohhhne'...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& I think that changes the nature of the stuff...
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KP:

rudolph johnson sounding great on this fine day.
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KP:

... and hi, Trouble.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - great track! Good example of how straight-ahead (if Post-Coltrane) Jazz can have plenty oomph?...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am
tim from champaign:

I'm currently reading Always In Trouble; an oral history of Esp-Disk' (not about DJ Trouble unfortunately). The first half is interviews with the owner Bernard Stollman and the other half is interviews with a wide variety of folks involved with ESP. DJ Kurt Gottschalk is thanked! I highly recommend it to fellow WFMUers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:48am
Trouble:

lots of fun stuff going on over a tthe this is the modern world with trouble facebook page kiddies...www.facebook.com...
Avatar 10:49am
Sigurdur:

Hi all who read. And those who cant tell em i say Hi
  10:50am
Adrian in London:

Hi Trouble. I think it completely changes the nature of the prize, but it will make more money for the publishers. The Booker sort of passes me by, to be honest. I recommend most books published by Pushkin Press, by the way.
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Cecile:

siggi!
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AKA BA (Hons) Full-on:

DOnt answer that phone
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Sigurdur:

cici
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Cecile:

the Commonwealth.
  10:52am
Lucky:

ha ha ha!
  10:52am
Adrian in London:

The Commonwealth, is the phrase you're after! :-)
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glenn:

do i detect veronica mars love, cecile?
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Cecile:

I think people who are reading literary fiction, even here in the Colonies, share a sensibility that wouldn't be sullied by including Amuricans.

You know it, glenn.
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Cecile:

I'm waiting for Jennifer Weiner to tweet something about the Booker Prize excluding "commercial fiction". hahahaha
  10:56am
terry is cooking:

What was that graphic novel by Nick on Kickstarter again?
Avatar 10:56am
glenn:

me too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57am
Andrew Waterloo:

www.kickstarter.com...
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Cecile:

SoapNet got me hooked on it.
I can't wait for the movie.
Avatar 10:58am
Cecile:

My husband is convinced Veronica is Buffy and Neptune is the Hellmouth. hahaha
Avatar 10:58am
glenn:

it's not fiction, but the new bill bryson is pretty great.
  10:58am
terry is cooking:

Thanks Andrew!
  10:59am
kwhitehead:

Jim Crace all the way for the Booker. "Harvest" is an exceptional book.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am
Trouble:

yes the commonwealth! merci. and thanks for the pushkin suggestion. i read tons of UK fiction, always looking for more good sstuff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am
Andrew Waterloo:

I wish didn't have the reading pace of a patient land tortoise.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am
Trouble:

tim: wonder if that esp book talks about all the money that bernard ripped off from his artists and workers?
  11:02am
Adrian in London:

You'd love Findings by Kathleen Jamie. I might have mentioned it before but she's a Scottish poet and the book is all about birds and nature. It's such a good book.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am
Trouble:

thank you andrew waterloo!! check it out peeps, great cartoonist, great book!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- the Ugly Truth: I haven't read a *blessed thing* since getting high-speed net @ home several months ago
- & I hardly Watch anything either. Too much Music - !!!...& - ur-em...chatting...Eventually my brain will likely protest...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08am
tim from champaign:

Trouble - yup. That's regularly brought up. Not glossed over at all.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...some *real* Ugly...
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Cecile:

good to hear, tim. Because their business stuff was sketchy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am
tim from champaign:

The takes on the $$$ issue are quite varied. Some artists are understandably salty, some appreciate the fact that ESP launched their recording career when no one else was interested even though they weren't paid and some felt they were treated squarely.
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Cecile:

A lot of this later John Foxx stuff I like better than most Ultravox.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- sounds frankly like most record co. / show biz stories...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Keef Richrads on Allan Klein: ...'the price of an Education'...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...if I'm gonna typo like that all day I might as well get the leftover Guinness outta the fridge already @ this hour & be done w/ it...
  11:19am
N'lo:

loving this creepy vibe from kaboom karavan!!
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Cecile:

trouble, have you heard Portico Quartet? They are much in the vibe of the previous instrumental.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am
stefica:

i was going to lament the news on the Man Booker Prize, but then I looked at the list of past winners and I think I've only read three of the books. So I guess I don't care after all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am
tim from champaign:

Throw out the Dems too! All the bums!
  11:26am
scentymint endstinks:

Listening to your show made my laundry come clean!
  11:28am
scentymint endstinks:

I guess they will now have to rename it the "Mann Booker T and the MGs prize" from now on.
  11:31am
scentymint endstinks:

@at ken from hyde park "two rattlesnakes and a Gila monster." I hope the Gila monster brought a knife!
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Marmalade Kitty:

Let the prisoners out, they can be rehabilitated.. Put congress in jail where they belong. At least 8 years hard labour..
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this Jackie Mitoo is - 'Norwegian Wood' - yeah?...
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Nfrae from Oregon:

Jamaican wood!
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Cecile:

Norwegian Hemp.
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tim from champaign:

I saw Ian Mackaye play in his band The Evens a few years back and he said something to this effect: "Washington D.C. is a lot like a college town. Politicians come to town, fuck the joint up for 4 years, then split."
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Cecile:

hahahaha nfrae
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Andrew Waterloo:

We should make congress wait in line for the next iPhone
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...members of Congress have to spend most of their time raising campaign funds - being telemarketers & the like!
- Now - which Party do you suppose really supports Campaign Reform - ??...
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Trouble:

love-itis
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...you *think* you're immune...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Saturn Return, Toni !
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dale:

awww, you're welcome. so ooh ooh girl / wall of sound delectable!
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Wait, I thought Toni Basil just turned 70 or something.
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glenn:

maybe she was born on february 29?
  11:50am
Adrian in London:

Ooh, ¡hola!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...'When I grow up, I'll...!'
- oh wait - my 20s are over...
- Don't worry. Accept Failure like all the rest of us MiddleAgers...it's no big deal...
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Trouble:

thanks for the musical and literary suggestions doctor listeners! see you here next week
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Toni Basil's hit song Micki was made when she was middle aged. It's not over yet. But I DO have to run and go on my bird walk! Later Trouble!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...We covered all the Certainties:
- taxes (well, Congress), death (well, aging)
- & of course, Trouble !;
...some Hope or @ least Beauty from the Pandora's Box of Life, then...
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dale:

dark words rev rabbit, dark words
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Brian in UK:

Well Toni Basil was in Easy Rider.
  12:01pm
Marmalade Kitty:

already!
  12:03pm
john:

and Rocky Horror
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