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Options December 29, 2015: "It's about perception, to feel it somehow"

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New Approx. start time
julia kent  invitation to the voyage   Options asperities        *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
the blue nile  a walk across the rooftops   Options A Walk Across The Rooftops          0:04:50 (Pop‑up)
eglantine gouzy  mr spoon ( two stones)   Options Versions Of The Prepared Piano v/a          0:10:07 (Pop‑up)
pascal comelade  ti amo   Options Danses et Chants de Syldavie          0:12:58 (Pop‑up)
terry adams  gallop's gallop   Options Talk Thelonious  clang!      *   0:15:38 (Pop‑up)
april march  parisville   Options Tribute to Alain Delon and Jean-Pierre Melville (various artists)          0:18:42 (Pop‑up)
Medeski, Martin & Wood  intoxicated man   Options Great Jewish Music: Serge Gainsbourg v/a          0:23:22 (Pop‑up)
li"l bub  new gravity   Options Science and Magic  joyful noise      *   0:27:10 (Pop‑up)
prefuse 73  See More Than Just Stars (ft Helado Negro)   Options Rivington Não Rio  Temporary Residence Ltd.        0:40:08 (Pop‑up)
soap kills  tango   Options cheftak          0:43:09 (Pop‑up)
Christina Vantzou  the way out is back   Options Pod Tune: Whale/Human Music  pod labs      *   0:47:20 (Pop‑up)
henri le chat, paw de deux          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q34z5dCmC4M    0:51:33 (Pop‑up)
Nawa  mowash al refku be maftoon   Options ancient sufi  lost origin productions      *   0:53:35 (Pop‑up)
shirley collins  pretty saro   Options sweet england          0:56:26 (Pop‑up)
willie dunn  i pity the country   Options Native North America (Vol. 1) : Aboriginal Folk, Rock, And Country 1966-1985  light in the attic        0:58:42 (Pop‑up)
the band  twilight ( song sketch)   Options A Musical History          1:01:00 (Pop‑up)
colin blunstone  misty roses   Options i don't believe in miracles          1:11:49 (Pop‑up)
joyce  pesadelo   Options Passarinho Urbano          1:16:03 (Pop‑up)
kutiman  inner galactic lovers (kuiman mixes fiverr)   Options           1:19:31 (Pop‑up)
asha bosle  aaja o mere raja   Options ost apna desh          1:23:54 (Pop‑up)
creole  skylarking   Options channel 1 well charge v/a          1:29:27 (Pop‑up)
Un Festin Sagital  El Vuelo De La Medusa   Options Kosmodynamomos  Beta-lactam Ring Records      *   1:32:45 (Pop‑up)
kupu  miuku   Options sous juju          1:35:16 (Pop‑up)
dinah washington  pacific coast blues   Options mellow mama          1:38:05 (Pop‑up)
clara nunes  meu lema   Options clara nunes          1:43:33 (Pop‑up)
camera obscura  troublemaker   Options desire lines          1:43:54 (Pop‑up)
Peter Stringer-Hye  sunday girls   Options   trouble in mind  7"    *   1:47:51 (Pop‑up)
arthur russell  your motion says   Options love is overtaking me          1:50:21 (Pop‑up)
boysage  Be Your R. Stevie Moore   Options   bleeding gold  7"    *   1:52:42 (Pop‑up)
Courtney Barnett  shivers   Options boxing day blues (revisited)  third man  7"    *   1:55:41 (Pop‑up)
4th coming  heaven & earth   Options strange things 1970-1974  now-again      *   1:59:20 (Pop‑up)
ann peebles  part time love   Options this is ann peebles          2:02:31 (Pop‑up)
syl johnson  thank you baby   Options complete twinight 45's  numero group      *   2:05:28 (Pop‑up)
kurtis blow  the breaks   Options     12"      2:07:59 (Pop‑up)
wink D  get busy   Options ladies first v/a          2:15:46 (Pop‑up)
The Missing Brazilians  frequency feast   Options warzone          2:18:01 (Pop‑up)
abbey lincoln  golden lady   Options golden lady          2:29:16 (Pop‑up)
marcia  brilha   Options casulo          2:37:12 (Pop‑up)
lifetones  for a reason   Options for a reason          2:40:01 (Pop‑up)
Omar Souleyman  Atabat (a style of sung folk poetry)   Options Dabke 2020: Folk and Pop Sounds of Syria          2:47:04 (Pop‑up)
Novos Baianos  juventude sexta e sabado   Options The Brasileiro Treasure Box of Funk & Soul  cultures of soul      *   2:50:52 (Pop‑up)
glass  broken bones   Options         *   2:53:45 (Pop‑up)
hood  This Is What We Do To Sell Out(s)   Options cold house          2:57:50 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:03am Gibier:

'Morning Trouble!
  9:05am Stu:

Moika Trouble!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05am annie:

good morning trouble!
Avatar 9:05am Trouble:

bonjour gibier! good morning grey tuesday world!
  9:06am Gibier:

Actually Tuesday is blue on that side of the planet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am annie:

i look out my south-facing window into the sky - Sun-dog!
Avatar 9:13am Howard F:

Loved that Blue Nile track! I've been wanting to check them out, thanks!
  9:14am sugarplum fairywolf:

Well, looks like winter is here, back to the dreary weather Tuesdays again :(
Avatar 9:20am bobdoesthings:

good morning.
Avatar 9:26am Utopiast:

Medeski Martin & Wood are missing their commas, but are hitting good notes
  9:31am Gibier:

The birds!
  9:35am Ike:

ROTFL @ calling out Rex
  9:35am Neil, Wild:

Like North Pole Records, located in the basement under the armed forces recruiting station in Times Square....
Avatar 9:35am bobdoesthings:

google image search for lil bub - videos.revision3.com...
Avatar 9:35am glenn:

well, there's grumpy cat.
Avatar 9:36am Roberto:

Yes, Li'l Bub is the perpetually drooling feline.
Avatar 9:37am bobdoesthings:

I *THINK* lil bub is one specific cat that is an 'internet celebrity'.. and I could be making this up but I think I recall hearing that there is something wrong with the cat.. FWIW
Avatar 9:38am glenn:

but personally, i feel that henri le chat noir is the cream of the internet cat crop.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39am annie:

Avatar 9:46am glenn:

today, in "it is to laugh" lemmy has died at age 70, while justin bieber's manager is worried about his "chaotic lifestyle"
Avatar 9:49am bobdoesthings:

you got any hawkwind cued up Troubs?
Avatar 9:51am Trouble:

stu!! thank you for my moomin card!! i love it, per usual!
Avatar 9:51am Trouble:

Avatar 9:54am bobdoesthings:

if only radio had subtitles.. hehehe. i gotta watch me some henri la chat noir heh
  9:55am Adrian in London:

Happy New Year to Trouble and all Troublees! (I'm at the Albert Hall watching a nice show so not listening live but seen the playlist and Blue Nile and Eglantine Gouzy is a fine way to bid farewell to 2015!)
  9:55am testingwithfire:

happy snowy morning to all from Cape Ann, MA. freezing rain right now but even that is welcome.
  9:58am testingwithfire:

henri le chat noir, as sage as he is, has nothing on the Wagnerian glories of Black Metal Cats on Twitter.
  9:58am smallybiggs:

What's that other song sherry sang, about space travel and disobeying her mother?
  9:58am smallybiggs:

Shirley ***
Avatar 10:01am Trouble:

merci for checking in adrian!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am annie:

i'm pleasantly surprised to find Patachou on spotify, which means that mirielle matthieu will also be in there. can you tell spotify is my new favorite toy?
Avatar 10:03am Trouble:

smallybiggs: it was called space girl. i put it on a premium a few years back.
Avatar 10:04am Roberto:

Li'l Bub Yule Log www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'i pity the country' - wow.
Avatar 10:04am Roberto:

My mistake. No apostrophe in Lil Bub.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am Risky:

Goodmorning Trouble!
  10:11am Bill W:

bonjour! i just finished listening to last week's show at 3am, so i'm having a Troubled Tuesday.
  10:11am Neil, Wild:

Go Set a Watchman. Nowhere NEARLY as good as To Kill a Mokckingbird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11am Ken From Hyde Park:

I checked out a book from Lewis Black and expected it to be funny like his rants. It was boring.
  10:12am Eric:

I couldn't finish Anna Karenina
  10:12am frenchee:

Lauren Groff's FATES AND FURIES--really wanted to like it. Did not.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Asheville Jon:

Zen and the art of motorcycle maintainance. yawn.
  10:12am LizGig:

Dutifully working through The World Acccording to Garp. I'm really not interested, but I feel obliged to finish it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Asheville Jon:

I've tried it several times, never finished it
  10:12am Gibier:

Not that I hated it, but I could never finish Man's Fate by Malraux.
I'll give it another try.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Planet Tyler:

The Corrections (ok that was a while ago) and The Martian (real science people liked it so...I dont get it...)
  10:12am judy from croton:

girl with the dragon tattoo.
Avatar 10:13am kwhitehead:

Marilynne Robinson. I'm super confused what the big deal is. I find her books boring and her attitude in interviews and essays sanctimonious.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am Risky:

Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am Risky:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am listener james from westwood:

Book I hated/did not finish: Confederacy of Dunces. Tried twice. Picked up a copy for a quarter from a guy selling books on an NYC sidewalk, thinking maybe a decade might have put me in a more receptive mindset. Nope. for Detested the protagonist anew and rage-quit it for good.
  10:14am frenchee:

@LizGig: try THE CIDER HOUSE RULES instead. GARP was (imo) a novel of its time not a classic. Also A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY is terrific.
  10:14am Bill W:

I lasted about 50 pages with both "Mrs Dalloway" and "Jane Eyre." About a third of the book with "In Cold Blood" before I remembered i don't like true-crime.
Avatar 10:14am chromaphone:

I just tried Last Child in the Woods on a recommendation but its preachy nature bothered me, even though I seem to agree with everything that Louv is saying.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:15am Planet Tyler:

The Road! I love(d) Cormac McCarthy but he jumped the shark with All The Pretty Horses and well, that's that.
  10:15am LizGig:

Also We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves. We sold lots of them, and everyone thought it was amazing. I think it did little for me because simian communication experiments was one of my favourite areas when I was in secondary school.
  10:16am sugarplum fairywolf:

Norwegian Wood, bleh.
  10:16am LizGig:

Were. Simian communication experiments were.
  10:17am testingwithfire:

books I hated? The Goldfinch. Somewhat promising start but ran out of steam. .. those Las Vegas chapters were excruciating.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am Devin B.:

Like Listener James, I have tried Confederacy of Dunces several times and never gotten hooked. Same goes for The Master and Margarita - many people whose opinion I admire love this book and I don't get it.
Avatar 10:18am Trouble:

bonjour bill w!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am Devin B.:

kwhitehead, which Robinson books have you read? I liked Gilead ok, but her first book, Housekeeping is the one that stays with me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am annie:

i LOVED master and margarita.. if you have a hard time reading it, you can see the russian movie series, which is almost word for word.... and CoD??? i also tried several times to read it.. went right over my head
Avatar 10:19am kwhitehead:

Bill W. I think that with some books 50 pages isn't quite enough...
Avatar 10:20am geegee vindaloo:

Morning Trouble, do you think anyone is playing Hawkwind today?
  10:20am sugarplum fairywolf:

@Bill W: read Mrs. Dalloway for a class with a teacher who was REALLY into it and I... was not.

Jane Eyre is one of the few 19th century novels I would want to read/reread though.
  10:20am LizGig:

@frenchee, I've noted both of those, but I don't know if I want to spend any more time on John Irving. The first book I read by him was In One Person. He reuses some of the same scenes that appear in Garp (for example, a lecturer at the boarding school slipping on ice), and I don't know that I want to see them again. And Again. There are so many books out there!
Avatar 10:21am Trouble:

i felt similarly about norwegian wood @sugarwolf! @kwhitehead i loved housekeeping and haven't been able to get through anything of marilynne's since that...
  10:22am sugarplum fairywolf:

Richard Price's Lush Life. There are a thousand more interesting books about NY. Plus I still have a burning hatred for all the characters in The Wanderers.
  10:22am brandon:

i like this 80s "french boogie" compilation faye and scott williams played a bit of
  10:23am Neil, Wild:

HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE!!!!!!!!!!!!Owen Meany. Blech.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am annie:

Audiobook for MaM: www.youtube.com...

and video series: www.youtube.com...
Avatar 10:23am Trouble:

@judy from croton: i finished that book and felt like i wanted to steam clean my mind for at least a month: ugh
Avatar 10:23am Utopiast:

Let's not forget the worst novel of all time - Atlas Shrugged. It's pretty hard to make unchecked market capitalism redeeming. Talk about transparent, predictable, and preachy!
  10:23am testingwithfire:

@DevinB @ListenerJames loved Confederacy as a kid, not recently ... but just returned from NOLA where there is a great bike tour company called A Confederacy of Cruisers.
  10:24am LizGig:

I adored Jane Eyre as a teenager. Read it first at 13 and then reread and reread. When I reread it in my early 30s I had a completely different experience and probably won't reread it again. I loved all the gothicism as a teen, but after a break of a few decades it just became trite. On the same note, The Phantom Tollbooth was a terrible disappointment as an adult!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am annie:

lately i've been gobbling up Jose Saramago's books..
Avatar 10:24am glenn:

v. i couldn't get past the first page. and anything by dan brown might just as well go in the incinerator.
  10:24am smallybiggs:

Oh man I thought that was some dope, rare bird call at the beginning
  10:25am Neil, Wild:

Neal Stephenson Anathem. Blech.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am annie:

and one of Saramago's books, "The Stone Raft", was made into a film. all in portuguese, which would get you immersed, so to speak, trouble. no subtitles.
  10:26am Ike:

"Lord of the Rings" trilogy -- interminable, w/way too much fluff. Tolkien had the right length w/"Hobbit" then over-indulged severely. A rare case where the movies were better than the book(s) because they had to edit out heaps of stupid pointless waffle.
Avatar 10:26am Utopiast:

And while I am an atheist and believe in objective reality, Rand took a big crap on social engineering and forgot the most important premise: The world is what we make of it. Yes, we can not regulate and let things spin the way they will, which is usually toward greed and division, or we can create something more palatable for all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am annie:

Ike: i read LotR when i was in highschool, gobbled that up too, even studied the runic symbols and did my homework in them.. drove my teacher english crazy
Avatar 10:28am kwhitehead:

"My Valve!"- Ignatius P. Reilly
Avatar 10:28am glenn:

i remember watching ants and thinking - this seems familiar, and then realizing it was ayn rand's book anthem.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'm sure I read 'Zen & Motorcycle Main.'...don't remember a thing...
Tolkien was the original world-maker & not so much a dramatist. Different sort of novelist.
Ayn Rand was very young when the Bolshis took her Dad's shop. I get it. Not relevant to my reality, which is basically the opposite.
  10:29am frenchee:

@Ike: I will be saying "heaps of pointless waffle" all day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30am annie:

loved the "dancing woo li masters"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30am annie:

(the sound of pens hurriedly scribbling names of books)
Avatar 10:31am Trouble:

@geeegeevindaloo: surely brian turner and maybe liz berg will play some lemmy. sorry i am just not feeling it
  10:31am Ike:

Also "The Magicians". Barely any plot and horrendous, uninterestingly unpleasant characters. Blandly grim. Bizarrely overrated and overhyped.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:31am annie:

Avatar 10:33am Utopiast:

@glenn You make a good point about Rand and context of her experience, but I just get tired of right-wingers relying on Shrugged to buttress their weak arguements
  10:34am kwhitehead:

Listening to today's program while weeding the North American history collection. There are way too many books about Lincoln, fwiw.
Avatar 10:34am Utopiast:

@Revolution Rabbit. Sorry Rabbit, it was you who made the good point about Rand and context
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Our reality is basically the opposite : the Capitalists have run rampant & the almighty Dollar has replaced all Human Value.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:36am Devin B.:

Thanks for the links Annie. I'll check those out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:36am Ken From Hyde Park:

Later this week, I'm sure Diane Kamikaze will have plenty of Lemmy. She put forth quite a bit in November when Phil Taylor died. It's in the archives.
Avatar 10:36am Utopiast:

@RevRabbit Agreed, obviously. Thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am melinda:

hi Trouble and everyone. Home with a snow day today! Interesting discussion and good tunes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am annie:

i found alot of great ideas in A.Shrugged; i don't blindly adhere to them as much as i cull ideas and ponder on them. my pleasure Devin, you might grok it better under those formats.
  10:39am Neil, Wild:

Rand had some brilliant passages, and can really write a page turner (after all , her favorite author was....Mickey Spillane!)....but as a person, she was a turd. Like Salvador Dali whose work I like, but as a person despise...strongly....I look around at semi-deserted small town downtowns and it strongly reminds me of Rand scenarios....unlike in Poland where 500 year old downtowns will be re-utilized for anything like cell phone stores and cafes...unlike our strip mall mentality.....rant off...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am Devin B.:

Anyone else read Eileen by Otessa Moshfegh? That and her novella McGlue are my favorite reads in recent memory.
  10:40am Neil, Wild:

I will second Lord of the Rings...pure bloatfest...was he paid by the word?
Avatar 10:41am Utopiast:

@Annie. Yes, picking and choosing valid info is a good thing, just as picking and choosing invalid info is the opposite and that is what I was whining about. Great sow and thanks for the conversashun. Logging off to take Karl Marx (Oscar) for a walk and then ceeing Starz War, duh Force Awakens (yawn) Later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:41am listener james from westwood:

I got as far as a very long monologue by John Galt in Atlas Shrugged, and then just stalled. Or possibly schoolwork beckoned; it was freshman year and the life of a new English major has enough arduous reading as it is!
  10:43am wc:

I started Caro's biography of LBJ a couple of weeks ago and thought young Lyndon was such a horrible little shit as a boy and young man that I couldn't finish it. I might jump ahead to the presidential years, or I might not.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am annie:

john galt's soliloquy was the meat of the book..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am annie:

and i'd love to hear the quote, "Who's John Galt?" used correctly..very rare.
  10:50am Neil, Wild:

Oh, well...who's John Galt, right?
  10:51am DaveinPA:

tee hee hee
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:56am annie:

  10:57am Neil, Wild:

I have a tough time reconciling Ayn Rand's precepts with my Catholic faith.....so Ayn must go....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am annie:

and i've felt very comfortable with dostoyevsky and tolstoy's philosophies..
Avatar 11:03am KP:

This 4th Coming is pretty cool.
  11:03am Neil, Wild:

Ann Peebles sounds a lot like Aretha Franklin...
  11:11am Neil, Wild:

Infinite Jest. Yuk.
  11:15am DaveinPA:

perfect song - here's to a better new year
  11:18am DaveinPA:

I feel suddenly compelled to increase my productivity
  11:23am DaveinPA:

... and this is what increased productivity sounds like...
  11:25am LizGig:

I star The Missing Brazilians.
  11:25am Neil, Wild:

I was an architecture student in another life at Cooper Union (before I burned out due to overwork)...when another student started acting a bit erratically we just said "Well, they just read The Fountainhead, so it needs a little time to wear off"...heh...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:29am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& Ayn Rand got Medicare & all the rest...as John signed off to Paul, 'get well soon'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am annie:

man, Abbey lincoln has such a distinctive style...
  11:31am judy from croton:

oh excellent! Abbey Lincoln, Golden Lady.
Avatar 11:32am coelacanth:

olá Trouble and modernairs
Avatar 11:35am Trouble:

ola coelacanth!
  11:38am Tom G:

Abby Lincoln Song reminds me of Liz Lemon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Ken From Hyde Park:

Would it be cheating to get the Cliff's Notes text for all these books? I'm a busy guy.
Avatar 11:40am coelacanth:

i wasn't sure at first but yes, i like that rendition. i don't know much Abbey Lincoln and it's a whole different vibe than the original.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am Devin B.:

Lifetones! Nice!
Avatar 11:42am Trouble:

just started this book:
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:44am listener james from westwood:

Incidentally, all, thanks for understanding re: my not liking "Dunces." I mentioned this on FB after my attempt, to people I theoretically know in the flesh, and got dogpiled like I'd slandered everyone's firstborn. Was thus hesitant to mention it here. Like most things in life, if it's not for me, it's for someone else, for sure! (Literally: I ended up mailing my copy to one of the FB folks who didn't jump down my throat b/c she said it was her favorite book and was lacking a copy.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am listener james from westwood:

@Trouble: I have that incoming via interlibrary loan. Loved loved loved "Low Life" and have high expectations of this new Sante.
Avatar 11:46am Trouble:

@listener james...me too! although i have yet to read low life: gasp!
  11:48am judy from croton:

I think we confuse writing with reading sometimes. Randall Jarell? He said (paraphrased) "I loved Alice in Wonderland. It's the best thing I ever wrote".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am listener james from westwood:

@Trouble: Definitely a good one if you're composing your 2016 reading list.
Current reading: Carrie Brownstein's bio; also have a mighty pile of new books via Amazon. 2016 will be a good reading year.
Avatar 11:51am coelacanth:

that looks interesting.(Trouble @11:42) it's now on my list.
...there are several in front of it; and "autumn of the patriarch" is very slow-going.
Avatar 11:55am FernandoBelmondo:

great novos baianos track! I heard they are putting up a reunion tour for 2016.
Avatar 11:56am Trouble:

Avatar 11:56am coelacanth:

i just realised "confederacy of dunces" is also on my list - recommended to me when i was up against a clan of power hungry old gardeners trying to kick me out of the community garden!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am annie:

well, another morning spent in bliss.. from 5 up 'til now.. and now i'm swithing to patachou. Liz, i love you, but later for you in the archives..<3
Avatar 11:59am bobdoesthings:

thanks trouble!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Wow...three hours already. Happy New Year, Trouble. Success in 2016!
Avatar 12:00pm coelacanth:

Thank you Trouble!
ciao people.
  12:00pm LizGig:

Too short! Hope to tune in next week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm stefica:

Ha! I immediately recognized the inconsolate tone of Henri le chat!
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