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alex chilton  girl from ipanema   Favoriting Electricity by Candlelight NYC 2/13/97  bar none      *   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
yumbo  cake   Favoriting Songs For Nao: Fourteen Bands From Japan (various artists)          0:03:10 (Pop-up)
them two  am i a good man   Favoriting an alternate history of popular music v/a          0:06:02 (Pop-up)
vivian stanshall  the question   Favoriting Savage Pencil Presents The Antiquack Dead Duck Selection v/a          0:09:27 (Pop-up)
pointer sisters  fairy tale   Favoriting Dirty Laundry: The Soul Of Black Country          0:13:05 (Pop-up)
matching mole  signed curtain   Favoriting matching mole          0:18:33 (Pop-up)
edwin astley  drake and ducks   Favoriting Ebony and Ivory Revisited: Dave Mandl's 2013 Marathon Premium v/a        *   0:21:54 (Pop-up)
josephine foster  amuse a muse   Favoriting i'm a dreamer  fire      *   0:23:56 (Pop-up)
diego garcia  nothing to hide   Favoriting laura          0:25:27 (Pop-up)
 
the go-betweens  cattle and cane   Favoriting           0:35:05 (Pop-up)
les missiles  sacre dollar   Favoriting Beginners Guide to French Pop (V/A)          0:38:21 (Pop-up)
fourtet  unicorn   Favoriting beautiful rewind  text      *   0:41:20 (Pop-up)
lonnie holley  kepping a record of it   Favoriting keeping a record of it  Dust to Digital      *   0:44:54 (Pop-up)
carole king  home again   Favoriting tapestry          0:48:40 (Pop-up)
deanna rocket  when your world comes tumbling down   Favoriting Beehives & Bumper Bullets: Country Girls Of The 1960s v/a          0:51:24 (Pop-up)
blur  end of a century   Favoriting parklife          0:53:34 (Pop-up)
casey bill  rooster blues   Favoriting Cluck Old Hen: A Barnyard Serenade 1926-1940 v/a          0:56:42 (Pop-up)
kim & co  look up   Favoriting songs of the jet set vol 2 v/a          0:58:54 (Pop-up)
 
brigitte fontaine  blanche neige   Favoriting est...  superior viaduct  1968  re-issue  *   1:12:26 (Pop-up)
akron  neural network   Favoriting synaptic beat  vampisoul      *   1:13:29 (Pop-up)
colin blunstone  caroline goodbye   Favoriting one year          1:18:27 (Pop-up)
dean blunt & inga copeland  #8   Favoriting black is beautiful          1:21:45 (Pop-up)
fox  the juggler   Favoriting Psychemagik Presents: Magik Sunrise (V/A)  leng      *   1:24:14 (Pop-up)
konk  love attack   Favoriting Anti NY (various artists)          1:27:12 (Pop-up)
joe bataan  secret girl, my superfraud   Favoriting call my name          1:32:00 (Pop-up)
France Gall  bonsoir john john   Favoriting les sucettes          1:34:00 (Pop-up)
diana trask  don't let it get away   Favoriting country soul sisters vol 2 v/a          1:35:48 (Pop-up)
Francoise Hardy  le crabe   Favoriting soleil          1:38:44 (Pop-up)
rufus harley  bagpipeblues   Favoriting Courage: The Atlantic Recordings          1:41:45 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  l'ananmour   Favoriting comment te dire adieu          1:44:13 (Pop-up)
beatrice arnac  athee ou a te   Favoriting Mobilisation Generale: Protest and Spirit Jazz from France 1970-1976  digger's digest      *   1:46:37 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  oui je dis adieu   Favoriting la question          1:50:29 (Pop-up)
django reinhardt  stompin at decca   Favoriting           1:53:43 (Pop-up)
macon ed & tampa joe  warm wipe stomp   Favoriting chimpin the blues with jerry zolten & r. crumb  east river      *   1:55:53 (Pop-up)
Guigou Chenevier and sophie jausserand  sans paroles   Favoriting A L'Abri des Micro-Climats          1:59:21 (Pop-up)
 
wilburn burchette  witch's will   Favoriting I Am the Center: Private Issue New Age Music in America, 1950-1990  light in the attic      *   2:10:03 (Pop-up)
karen dalton  cotton eyed joe   Favoriting 1966          2:13:55 (Pop-up)
junior parker  walking the floor   Favoriting More Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country (V/A)          2:17:28 (Pop-up)
grouper  fishing bird(empty gutted in the evening breeze)   Favoriting dragging a dead deer up a hill          2:19:59 (Pop-up)
brian eno  driving me backwards   Favoriting here come the warm jets          2:23:46 (Pop-up)
ivie anderson  solitude   Favoriting i got it good and that ain't bad!          2:28:17 (Pop-up)
the cyrkle  why can't you give me what i want   Favoriting Red Rubber Ball (A Collection)          2:31:42 (Pop-up)
fairmont  let's go away for awhile   Favoriting the beach boys pet sounds performed by v/a  mint 400 records      *   2:34:20 (Pop-up)
khan  karavi karavi khan remix   Favoriting new german ethnic music v/a  karaoke kalk      *   2:37:36 (Pop-up)
Duncan Browne  ninepence worth of walking   Favoriting give me take you          2:40:55 (Pop-up)
chris & cosey  october love song   Favoriting           2:44:12 (Pop-up)
a certain ratio  waterline   Favoriting early          2:47:48 (Pop-up)
bobby gentry  skip along sam   Favoriting the delta sweete/local gentry          2:51:48 (Pop-up)
the fall  kurious oranj   Favoriting           2:54:23 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 9:02am
Cheri Pi:

Killer!
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duke:

I just watched the Big Star documentary last night. Nice to hear Alex Chilton.
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Dominick:

like this !
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PKNY:

I don't know if he's a good man, but damn this is one good song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
Guido (Cologne):

Hi there!
Great star!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am
Mike East:

good morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am
Trouble:

good morning sweeties!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am
common:

hi trouble!
Avatar 9:14am
Dr. Goot:

Morning!
  9:15am
Emily:

Good morning from Michigan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am
braveness23:

B23 here! And this is the 12" single. And this is the cutout in the used bin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am
Guido (Cologne):

Eeeeeek typo, I meant "great start"!
Maybe there are great stars either ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27am
dale:

last couple of songs just stunning. feel like i'm watching a wes anderson film
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29am
braveness23:

Greetings Trouble and friends!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29am
Trouble:

ooooh that is nice of you to say dale! that is some compliment. i am a huge fan of wes's films, and his use of music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30am
pezonik:

Josephine Foster sounded a bit like Molly Drake
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31am
SeanG:

FMU keeps me sane.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
SeanG:

whatever sane means.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
dale:

i had to google josephine - i thought she might be a contemporary of dorothy lamour or someone from the 40s. production helped in throwing me off, too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
braveness23:

WFMU buffers me from the sane...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33am
dale:

you can curate his next film trouble. i'll see if i can arrange it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35am
SeanG:

YES
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Chris from DC:

Perfect Go Betweens choice for today.
  9:37am
emily:

thanks for playing the Go Betweens. It's been too long!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am
dale:

a french cover of greenback dollar? brilliance!!
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

Mornin' troops.
DANG, missed my lord and savior Vivian Stanshall... Finally got a decent vinyl copy of Sir Henry @ Rawlinson, all is well...
Avatar 9:45am
bobdoesthings:

good morning modern world.
  9:52am
susana:

love your show ! thanks.
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bobdoesthings:

ah I missed josepine foster... she's playing Jan 30 - an electric set
m.facebook.com...
Avatar 9:54am
glenn:

get thee to a record store and acquire beehives and bumper bullets instanter.
  9:55am
sugarwolf:

Parklife is 20 years old??!? Oh no...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55am
Greg from Bloomfield:

Wait...is this the first time I've heard Blur on FMU? I think it might be...
Avatar 9:59am
βrian:

Cieux neigeux au-dessus de l'isthme aujourd'hui. Salutations.
Avatar This Is The Modern World with Trouble Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 10:00am
Adrian in London:

Hello Trouble and listeners, and happy birthday to Françoise Hardy for Friday!
Avatar 10:02am
Michael:

This tune was used in "The President's Analyst" but not sure if it's the same artist. Great movie btw.
  10:05am
axlotl:

@Michael -THANK YOU. That was driving me crazy.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...back from WerkMeeting to join WFMtUesday in progress !
- Good Morning German Birdies !
...'Pres. Analyst' is the best...
  10:07am
chris:

Lots of amazing bird soundscapes here: http://www.naturesoundmap.com/
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am
Dominick:

Bridgeghazi
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...we Dems should be careful what we wish for: maybe we *wanted* Christie to run against Hillary...
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βrian:

That's why the New Yorker really got their cover right.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I would've liked to watch that match....
  10:10am
andrew:

I dislike political editorializing on WFMU music shows.
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glenn:

honest to god, i can't think of a single sane right winger in north america.
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Sem Chumbo:

@glenn: itsn't there that guy who plays for the Leafs?
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glenn:

well, playing for the leafs makes you crazy by definition.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this is why the Right Wing represents them OldSchool Moral Values - again & again & again...
@andrew: Should we include Dave Emory, Clay Pidgeon, Irwin...Punk Rock songs...&tc. ??...
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Tuning in to chimps screeching over french singing. Morning!
  10:15am
chris:

Trouble have u heard this?: http://ulrichziegler.bandcamp.com/
I bet u would like it if you haven't checked it already
Avatar 10:18am
Sem Chumbo:

@glenn: I'm a little late with this but,TOUCHÉ!
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glenn:

for instance, here's a guy proposing firing squads. yep, he's a republican.
news.nationalpost.com...
Avatar 10:21am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oo - this Blunstone hitting the Zombie buttons good...plus, he wouldn't have to change his name to be on The Flintstones...
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Turnstone:

Lovely Colin Bluntstone track.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am
Guido (Cologne):

Great voice. Always dig the Zombies.
(Remeber hearing him first with Alan Parsons Project.)
  10:23am
Tiago:

Yay, I'm listening to Trouble live!
Avatar 10:26am
herb.nyc:

hola to all. and thank you for COLIN BLUNSTONE. "caroline adios" is prob the 1st solo song of his i ever heard, around 1990, 2nd prob is "say you don't mind". wotta voice.
Avatar 10:27am
Cecile:

glenn, I can name a couple, but they skew liberatarian, are younger and are not running for public office.
Avatar 10:29am
Cecile:

herrb, ain't that the truth. And he has some taste and sensibility too - knows what fits and what doesn't. I'm looking at you STEVE WINWOOD.
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glenn:

but libertarianism is an idea that sounds good at first blush, only to fall apart when you scrutinize it.
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kwhitehead:

Libertarians are just Republicans who like to smoke pot.
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bobdoesthings:

appropriate lyrics, eh?
Avatar 10:31am
Cecile:

Well, they are more "smaller government, keep some decent infrastructure, and individual liberty". They are not purists.
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Cecile:

The purists are beyond the pale.
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Cecile:

trouble, you are killing it this am.
You could fill a dancefloor with this.
Avatar 10:33am
βrian:

The libertarians I've known are the most purely ideological specimens imaginable. Winks are not allowed.
Avatar 10:35am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Libertarianism is a Fantasy that we are not a a Society of people that have to find a way to live together - an ever-more complex one. It's a nice dream. ...Yeah - getting Govt. out of the bedroom & out of the Prohibition business is stuff we can get behind - sure - but getting rid of the Rules that have prevented Big Business from creating another Depression & buying the Electoral Process (&tc.) has been a complete Disaster in major proportions for us. What about OUR Liberty & Rights to the Pursuit of Happiness & Domestic Tranquility & Representation - ?!?!?!!!
Avatar 10:36am
Cecile:

Politics is like a religion for more people across the spectrum than I care to name.
Avatar 10:36am
Lewis:

@chris - that bird soundscape site is *really cool*
Avatar 10:37am
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Thus far, the most repulsive thing about libertarianism are the libertarians themselves. Smug little creatures that seem forever drunk on the sound of themselves talking.
Avatar 10:37am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yes - Ideology trumps Problem Solving.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& it's freaking Expensive.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

[the previous RTD statement based solely on the small sample I've encountered over the years. This opinion does not necessarily represent the views of anyone outside my brain.]
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Cecile:

yeah, I guess I'm a kind of cafeteria centrist. Take something from here, take something from there.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...as I've noted before: CongressPeople spend most of their time raising campaign funds - being telemarketers & salespeople - not representing us or improving the Nation.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

Makes sense, Cecile. Life should be a bit of a happy buffet, yes?
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Cecile:

I once voted for a guy because his only agenda was to keep the snow plowed, checks mailed on time and the streets swept. They mocked him, but the next mayor stole that plank for his platform.
  10:41am
longtime listener:

Imagine living in New York! With cuomo and deblasio
Avatar 10:41am
Cecile:

ITA, RTD.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42am
SeanG:

Jonesy!
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Priscilla:

jazz bagpipes!
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Cecile:

He was a Republican, and I usually don't vote that way. But I am from Michigan, home of the split ticket, and since he didn't include any religion or idealogy with that street sweeping, I couldn't not vote for him.
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Cecile:

RUFUS.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am
Guido (Cologne):

Still waiting for that package of Rufus Harley ...
... damn mail/custons/whatever ...
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glenn:

i'm just waiting for the day when some candidate comes out as openly atheist.
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βrian:

These are the bird sounds we've been recently hearing hereabouts: www.owlpages.com... Mating season is upon us.
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Cecile:

Wish that guy had won this morning. 6" of snow and a total mess
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sugarwolf:

I would vote for a plowed street candidate.
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bobdoesthings:

oooo this beatrice arnac is lovely.
Avatar This Is The Modern World with Trouble Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 10:48am
Adrian in London:

Anyway, away from the whys and wherefores of libertarianism, loving the sounds this afternoon Trouble. The soundtrack to me editing interviews.
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Sem Chumbo:

Trouble, digging it all, the Francoise Hardy being just a sweet, sweet bonus. Also, the political discussion is worth being here for. Thanks everybody.
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northguineahills:

I want a pet owl, but you'd have to buy so many mice and critters for them to eat. Not to mention a Brooklyn apartment doesn't really give them enough room to stretch their wings.
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Cecile:

Francoise Hardy is alive and well! It's a hoax!
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Cecile:

en.mediamass.net...
  10:54am
earrie:

@ngh Plus, owls collect sound in the concave facial discs surrounding their eyes. It'd be outrageously loud for them.
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Cecile:

Owls are the coolest predators.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Django was a dashing lovable boho rascal - & did more to improve our world w/ only two fingers ! : p ...
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Sem Chumbo:

You know, I replaced my 25 year old French Basques beret this Christmas with another of the same kind. Had to go put it on for this set:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...owls completely adapted as Nocturnes...we ♏Scorpios love our Birds of Prey !...
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βrian:

I associate Django with working in a cafe. I heard so much of it that it just instantly exhausts me now. So it goes.
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glenn:

oh, i'm afraid not. polar bears are the coolest predators, literally and figuratively. and they're damn cute when they're wee, as an added bonus.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...so cute & Maternal - & more likely to remove your face w/ a swish of the paw & chew you up than any other creature...
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βrian:

I'm with the owls. I find their silent swooping so impressive.
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mark:

Great playlist today, Trouble!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Owls associated by different Peoples w/ Wisdom, Fortune, Death...
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βrian:

"Gardez les voyelles ouvertes !"
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- lovely set DJ T.
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Priscilla:

The Flamethrowers!
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Cecile:

glenn, baby owls are teh crazy cute
www.google.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am
Trouble:

ooo priscilla, that is my next desire! is it great?
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

ooh. this.
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glenn:

the secret history - donna tartt
the golden ratio - mario livio
sunshine sketches of a small town - stephen leacock
montreal confidential - al palmer.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am
Vivian:

On my reading list- The Secret History by Donna Tartt and Keith Richard's Life. Both are excellent!
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Vivian:

Glenn! What a coincidence, how far are you into SH?
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glenn:

ha vivian!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am
Guido (Cologne):

Opposite with me:
I read most in the summer, on the balcony etc.
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Priscilla:

It is so great that I stopped reading it, because I don't want it to end. I've been listening to Italian pop music too, to amplify the experience. It is fabulous.
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glenn:

i'm on page 126.
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Vivian:

I'm on page 47. Hope to complete it by next Tuesday..
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glenn:

you want cute, cecile? www.blogto.com...
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Priscilla:

Also got The Goldfinch for Christmas — that's next.
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glenn:

i read the goldfinch over christmas. donna tartt is pretty great.
  11:16am
earrie:

Kenojuak's owls are quite lovely, too (Kenojuak Ashevak owls).
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

I tend to revisit old favorites during winter. Escapist paranoid fiction (early Ballard, 'the burning world' etc)
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northguineahills:

Might have to pick up that New Age comp. oddly enough, I've liked everything I've heard on it.
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TDK60:

Great show Trouble. I listen via 9.11 more than computer. Just finished '2312' by Kim Stanley Robinson. Sci-fi. Fun, in a way. Just starting Dostoevsky's 'Notes From Underground'. A few pages in. Grim is the adjective.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

...and owls are by far the most highly evolved species on earth [again, these views may not reflect.... etc...]
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TDK60:

That's 91.1 FM, East Orange.
  11:18am
Doug Wieselman:

Trouble

Love your show. I am an ex- Lounge LIzard (circa '96-99), also one of the "and the JOhnsons" with Antony. I was one of the people who told John that you'd bee waxing poetic about him and sort of helped steer him to you. Short Story collections : Check out Eudora Welty. Not reading her currently but those storiesjump off the page ! Currently delving into Neitzcshe but recently read Anais Nin's Seduction of the Minotaur which is great. My favorite short stories are from Dylan Thomas.
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glenn:

holy fecundity, batman. news.nationalpost.com...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& - owls're invariably...Wh♂fans...
Avatar This Is The Modern World with Trouble Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 11:20am
Adrian in London:

Just finishing By Blood by Ellen Ullmann on Pushkin press, which is very good; and I'm about to start The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt when I've finished that. I bought a lot in the Kindle 99p Christmas sale to read on my phone during the year.
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Cecile:

I can't read fiction right now. My ADD is too bad, but I did get an awesome Steven Heller book of ornaments and lettering from 1898-1936. Gorgeous. And it has a CD-ROM!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the Lizards' 'Money' certainly a Classic - & TheWh♂ are Antony boosters, I believe!...
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duke:

@adrian by coincidence, I just finished By Blood. Really enjoyed it
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Cecile:

Rev, and owls's favorite song is whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo are you?
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Cecile:

RevRab, Lounge Lizards, not Flying Lizards.
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northguineahills:

Ok, Rev and Cecile are getting rather silly ;)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh right !...
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Cecile:

yea, this isn't Keili's show. hahahaha.
But save those up for Friday, RevRab.
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Priscilla:

This takes me back
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duke:

Read the Secret History and Little Friend by Donna Tartt. I'm looking forward to The Goldfinch
Avatar This Is The Modern World with Trouble Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 11:24am
Adrian in London:

@Duke. I'm exactly 80% of the way through! I really recommend Pushkin Press. I also really liked Butterflies in November by the Icelandic author Audur Ava Olafsdottir, on the same publisher's.
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Dr. Goot:

Yay, 'Driving Me Backwards!'
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Guido (Cologne):

ENO !
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...'LoungeLizards'...serious Jazz players - Respect !!...
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Cecile:

you know, eno just needs to be heard more. He's talked about too much without musical reference in the music and mainstream press.
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βrian:

Les hiboux font "hoo."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am
Guido (Cologne):

ten times more important than any bowie in the universe!
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Cecile:

how cute is this?
www.google.com...
  11:28am
earrie:

H-I-B-O-U-X !
(http://actuellecd.com/en/cat/am_071)
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Priscilla:

I knew a girl who was going out with Eno, and told us they were married, but not to tell anyone because it was a secret. Turned out not to be true.
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herb.nyc:

btw, i'm married to CHLOE SEBIGNY. well, maybe in a future episode of that cable mormon show (which i've never seen)
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glenn:

huh. i'm shocked.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I am married to my ignorance, & that's no lie.
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Priscilla:

Hey, if you were married you'd spell her name right! Also, this was a LONG time ago.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...nice to hear *not* 'RedRubberBall'...
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Cecile:

I just can't imagine Eno dating anyone.
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Chris from DC:

This might be the first Cyrkle song I've heard other than Red Rubber Ball. I like.
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herb.nyc:

quick, did s&garf cover a CYRKLE song? (that's how CHLOE got *out* of the marriage, that the license contained a misspel)
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Sem Chumbo:

Simon wrote it, I think.
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ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Trouble, here's a great read: "Brief Encounters with Che Guevara" by Ben Fountain. It's a collection of short stories, the best being "Near-Extinct Birds of the Central Cordillera". Here's a GoodReads synopsis:www.goodreads.com...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Paul Simon co-wrote RRB...which I like just what Chris said...
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herb.nyc:

ooh, i just played a cassette of a live BEACH BOYS related thing, from folk city, 1985, this very morning.
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Listening Out There:

...must be Cyrkle week on WFMU. Dave Mandl played Red Rubber Ball on Sunday...
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mark:

interactive bird-song poster... making sure DJ T has seen this! www.dnr.state.mn.us...
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glenn:

oddly enough, maybe eno DID secretly get married. en.mediamass.net...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

That Poster is the best mark !
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glenn:

or maybe not.
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dale:

@ mr. wieselman - how is jane scarpantoni doing? we were friends in another life.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...*I* love the chickadee !...
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John K:

Trouble: Great show. Comme d'habitude. Did I miss today's art credit? Can't find it in the voluminous comments!
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sugarwolf:

I've been reading Andrea Camilleri's Inspector Montalbano series. It makes me hungry! He's always eating tasty food or going swimming.
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drewo:

I only recently discovered essayist Alain de Botton. I am reading his book on travel - plan to check out more.
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Adrian in London:

@sugarwold They;re good, and have been made into a fun, if occasionally baffling, TV series, in which the lead characters waistline expands as time goes on. There a new version, called Young Montalbano too, which is worth catching as well.
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Adrian in London:

f not d. Typo, sorry.
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earrie:

Appreciate the music. And the re: reads. And the owls and other animaux. Merci/Thanks.
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Chris from DC:

Nice segue to A Certain Ratio.
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onemanclapping:

ACR <3
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sugarwolf:

adrian: thanks, will check it out!
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Guido (Cologne):

Factory angst funk!
I LOVE IT!
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Joe McG:

Really great show, Trouble!
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van:

Hey Doug Wieselman - really enjoyed your performance on Irene's show!
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Guido (Cologne):

Bobby Gentry!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...this set *also* the kewlest...
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Adrian in London:

@sugarwolf It's been screened here in the UK on BBC4, with English subs, if that helps when you;re searching certain sites.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

YAY, a top fave Fall, this.
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Trouble:

tootles, thanks for listening!
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Guido (Cologne):

... though can't remeber the song.
Bonus-track possible?

Hey!
M.E.S.!!!
all in one show!
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Trouble:

today's art is by sarah crowner.
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northguineahills:

Beautiful as per usual, Trouble! Thanks for inputting some color into our morning!
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Guido (Cologne):

thanks for beeing our DJ!
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duke:

Great finish with the fall
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Priscilla:

Grazie!
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