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A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Loretta Lynn carved into its bow. Rare birds flock together to sing Francoise Hardy as soul hits. A sunset of blips and bleeps fills the air.

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Options September 11, 2008: instead of eating exclusively from the sun

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
tom roe and scanner  airscape   Options radio action III  free103point9    *   0:00:00 ()
gyoto monks tantric choir  blessing the offerings   Options tibetan chants for world peace  white swan    *   0:05:49 ()
Brian Harnetty  i am on the gospel highway( my heart has brought me home)   Options american winter        0:09:30 ()
massive attack  angel   Options mezzanine        0:14:06 ()
hearts and horses  soundtrack   Options park avenue music  claire    *   0:20:09 ()
the harmonizing four  this wicked race   Options 1913-1951        0:21:22 ()
hearts and horses  tufts   Options park avenue music      *   0:23:53 ()
galaxie 500  sorry   Options this is our music        0:28:42 ()
 
cluster & eno  ho renomo   Options cluster & eno        0:36:31 ()
the alps  trem fanstasma   Options III  type    *   0:41:04 ()
wee  aeroplane(reprise)   Options You Can Fly on My Aeroplane  numero group    *   0:48:11 ()
roland p. young  crystal motions   Options Isophonic Boogie Woogie (1980)        0:51:16 ()
cher  it all adds up now   Options backstage        1:05:59 ()
 
teeth mountain  keinsein   Options teeth mountain        1:15:35 ()
king kong ding dong  south street bridge   Options         1:18:33 ()
wildbirds & peacedrums  doubt/hope   Options heartcore  leaf      1:21:20 ()
avalon  andromeda saint chime   Options       *   1:24:06 ()
poprocks  tiikeri   Options audio        1:28:35 ()
 
robert wyatt  shipbuilding   Options         1:39:27 ()
pantaleimon  dance of the honey bees   Options tall trees  abaton book company    *   1:41:32 ()
marianne dissard  Le Lendemain   Options l'entredeux      *   1:43:04 ()
klaus nomi  ruberrband lazy   Options way out west charlie lewis's wfmu fundraising comp 2002 v/a        1:46:39 ()
thievery corporation  la femme paralell   Options         1:49:45 ()
marka  resterais-je, ou m'en irais je?   Options     thanks tim!    1:54:38 ()
the dynamics  ain't no sun(since you've been gone)   Options first landing        1:57:36 ()
bettye lavette  witchcraft in the air   Options         2:00:04 ()
six jumping jacks  i do not choose to run   Options novelty songs crazy and obscure 1914-46 v/a  trikont      2:02:48 ()
 
Kiran Ahluwalia  vo kuch   Options Beyond Boundaries        2:11:40 ()
davy graham  leavin blues   Options folk, blues & beyond        2:16:17 ()
Antenne  all of us   Options #3  Helmet Room    *   2:19:07 ()
nana mclean  soul respondent   Options         2:25:31 ()
low lows  sparrows   Options shining violence  misra    *   2:31:25 ()
 
nina simone  little girl blue   Options         2:38:10 ()
le mans  h.e.l.l.o   Options Entresemana        2:42:58 ()
las malas amistades  meseo de los imperfectos   Options patio bonito        2:46:30 ()
glen campbell  sing   Options meet glenn campbell      *   2:49:22 ()
miss murgatroid & petra haden  #2   Options hearts & daggers  file under music    *   2:53:11 ()
steve miller  intro/fly like an eagle   Options         2:55:57 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 9/11/08 9:03am jeremy, the listener:

good morning!
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:05am trouble:

good morning!
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:07am Bad Ronald:

ditto
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:11am Wild Monkey:

NIce Chants, Thank You.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:14am jeremy, the listener:

love this song. was on the soundtrack to PI, in amongst other excellent tunes
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:20am jeremy, the listener:

reminds me of that time i went to jacksonville many years ago and got sick
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:28am gumby:

Good Morning everyone! It was 53 (too darn cold)degrees here this morning. Let's set that particle accelerater back to June 1 and rerun the summer. ONE MO' TIME, FROM THE TOP FELLAS!!!
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:28am Parq:

Is it just me, or is anybody else hearing traces of Nina Simone in the Tufts singer's phrasing?
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:31am Swami:

Reminds me of Space Needle or vice versa. . .Sun doesn't love me anymore"
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:32am Lee:

God i love your shows. Thanks for dropping some galaxie 500 on my head.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:34am Wild Monkey:

We are only at War with ourselves. :/
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:39am sugarwolf:

i am at war with russian chocolate. so disappointing.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:41am IKE:

Just blowin in
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:43am GP:

There needs to be a war on hurricane Ike...please go away now Ike and leave us alone.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:49am Ike:

Oh no, it's the return of fake Ike. I'm the real Ike and I'm really enjoying this show.

Also, I'm messing with Texas.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:51am Bad Ronald:

I could tell it wasn't you because blowin' was missing the apostrophe.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:52am listener55:

I Like Ike
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:52am Me and Mike:

We like Ike too!
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:54am gumby:

Mike & Ike= Yummy Candy!
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:57am baked alaska:

crystal motions is rad
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:59am baked alaska:

now crystal motions is not so rad.
  Thu. 9/11/08 9:59am DeemerDave:

Your show is so enjoyable and interesting. Thanks for sharing these beautiful sounds with us, Trouble!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:00am Swami:

I like Ike too, although the grammatical "spankin's" sting. As they should.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:02am trouble:

your welcome, thanks for listening...
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:03am Dr. Suess:

I rode my bike.
Along the dike.
To visit Mike & Ike.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:05am St.Even:

Isn't it fucking rad that we're allowed to listen to music in this country?
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:09am GP:

Hurricane Ike = Bad
Listener Ike = Good, except when he is messing with Texas!
Trouble = Awesome
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:10am Alex Trebec:

St.Even, could you please be more specific on the country?
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:11am jon:

Cheer, she gives me goose bumps. thanks trouble!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:23am Laurie:

Sarah Palin answers her critics: http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/61410aa4ff
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:29am Laurie:

Oh, an awesome thing happened! On this messageboard, this troll said something truly vile regarding the news that Wasilla, under Palin, made rape victims pay for their rape kits and would not reimburse them. This creep said, "They can decline the rape kit if they want." And people called him on his bs, and it got worse with each comment he made. He implied that people tax payers shouldn't pay for criminal investigations and that firefighters were once a private enterprise, and blah blah blah. So, one person posted a screencap after they made a donation to the Obama campaign essentially in this douchebag's name. More and more people made contributions. Within two hours, $1,350 had been donated to the Obama campaign. Overnight, over $1,500 had been donated.

I love it.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:32am lilsis:

Good Morning Trouble,
Cranston is listening---Thanks
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:34am stingy d:

nice set trouble, got any sonny bono? you put me in the mood with a good cher song, which is all too rare these days
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:35am jarvis:

I come to work and put on the cans, act anti-social and during the last set I know exactly why. Perfect.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:36am EPC:

RI in the Internet - East Prov. here!
Great Show.
Thanks
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:41am esch oder anarchie!:

Chicago, 46th floor, sunny morning but clouds creeeping down fron the north!!! Help! Dispel them for us, Trouble!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:42am fishmonkeystew:

Howdy from Pomfret, Connecticut! Nice show!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:42am Patrick:

hey trouble!! nice to be able to tune in this morning. we had our first frost warning last night here in maine!! that means the farmers market is going to be extra goon a saturday!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:43am patrick:

and by goon i mean good... but im fairly sure there will be some goons there!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:46am lil' bobby:

another lovely sept. day.8 1/2 monthes w/o a real job and have never been happier...and I owe it all to you and swimming and roland p young. Seriously, JC 's swimming pool is truly the greatest thing since sliced bread, but I blush and say that you are even better.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:47am Adrian in London:

The work server's letting me listen live. Sorry I'm late. Hello from greyskysville.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:49am trouble:

big hellos patrick!
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:50am GP:

Trouble, this Klaus Nomi song is great, alas, I will now be singing lines form it all day.
  Thu. 9/11/08 10:56am trouble:

lil bobby: where is the best pool in JC? pershing?
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:00am baked alaska:

great show and greetings from anchorage ak. it's much colder here this morning now that our ice queen is back.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:00am Tim:

Merci Trouble, for playing Marka again! My GF Christina loves you for it.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:05am lil' bobby:

Yes, trouble. the chlorine will burn your eyeballs out if you forget to don goggles,but you can't beat the price and the place is usually empty and besides it's the only pool i know of.( stevens has a nice pool in hobo., too, but it's more costly and it's in hobo. for christsakes)
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:09am Sean Daily:

Didn't you know, Trouble? The GOP ticket is now Palin/Whatshisface.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:09am stingy d:

yea man
the plaid shit is already gone too far. fucking up for my engineered garments semi-obsession
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:10am Parq:

Miss T, they're doing it that way because -- and this is the sad part -- people are buying it. Even NPR has turned into a full-time producer of Sarah Valentines.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:10am sebastian in santiago:

buenos dias problema
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:11am GP:

Speaking of Sarah in Plaid please see the center image here:
http://www.herobuilders.com/08.htm

Everyone put this on their Christmas list!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:11am north guinea hills:

so, palin will be responsible for a new album from the guys that were formerly in band "the black dog"

yes, plaid, they need to put out a new album!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:12am grubbus:

I don't think people really understand how ass backwards this country really is. I am legitimately fearful that they the Republicans are going to steal this election again. All the moms with their pregnant teen daughters at home might give her the sympathy vote. Black, white but not Hispanic
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:14am listener55:

Parq, you're so right. Every morning on NPR it's Sarah this-Palin that. She'll be president some day, watch.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:20am north guinea hills:

davey graham! thanks trouble!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:21am swami:

Maria Bartiromo penned a rather effusive love letter to Sara with an H all over "Meet the Press"; I mean she was gushing! Made me nervous. And strangely aroused. Then disgusted with myself. Then aroused. Etc.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:25am sugarwolf:

i thought plaids were in every fall?!?

next, you'll be telling me tweeds are in....
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:26am Harvey:

This Antenne track is so cool. It's like Mum + GYBE
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:26am middlesister:

A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Loretta Lynn carved into its bow. Rare birds flock together to sing Francoise Hardy as soul hits. A sunset of blips and bleeps fills the air.....Is this what will happen the day after Obama is elected? Hope so.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:28am Swaim:

awesome show. Nana jamz.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:30am Ike:

No, instead Diebold and Rove and the oil companies will install Palin as president, and she'll spew out more children onto the Oval Office desk while declaring America a theocracy and making Iran look like Denmark. And shooting moose. And lecturing us in that Marge Gunderson accent. All at the same time.

Mark my words. She's Reagan in lipstick. The U.S. is doomed.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:32am listener55:

You betcha, ya.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:33am GP:

Ike,
You had me at "Marge Gunderson accent"
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:33am Parq:

Well, as Gail Collins points out today, anything involving "moose" is funny, and there's no way out of it. And Ike, you're obviously calling Reagan a pig, and that's just depolorable. He was, after all, a horse's, um, wait a minute . . .
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:33am stingy d:

voter wipeouts are happenign already in arizon, ohio, florida and others, in mass!! watch out fellers
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:34am Lucky:

Was Reagan worse than Bush?

I can't decide.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:35am Pamela:

Oh, loons.... how I miss them. I just spent a week in Maine and there was a loon family on the pond. And a visitor loon that spent some time with the two.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:35am concerned expat:

Diebold is now "Premier Election Solutions" so don't let the name on your electronic vote changing machine fool ya.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:36am Parq:

And Grub, no, its not going to be close enough to necessitate the GOP cheat tactics of the past two elections. Look, someone might as well say it in so many words: PLENTY OF VOTERS WILL VOTE GOP BECAUSE THE DEM'S CANDIDATE IS A BLACK GUY.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:36am north guinea hills:

(hurricane) Ike, i fear there is merit to your words.....

however, she reagan how more experience and showed more awareness of knowledge of foreign affairs then palin. and although reagan pandered to the religious right, he wasn't overtly religious himself (W is more openly religious). it's a scary, scary world when i defend reagan when compared to palin. jesus fuck, FSM help us all!!!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:36am lil' bobby:

We've always been doomed....we're born on an indian burial ground in a country that wages war over fossil fuel yet doesn't believe in evolution.It 'll get sillier and scarier yet.I'm going swimming.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:37am Swami:

History Class by OK magazine.
Reagan loved jellybeans, whilst Mr. Bush 1 was renowned for vomiting on Japanese gentlemen. Mr. Clinton had trouble with his vas deferens, and Bush 2 no longer drinks beer, although America is dying to have a beer with him!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:38am Swami:

Magic underwear!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:39am Don't dis the vendors!:

The Brooklyn Flea's prices are very competitive with other venues.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:40am ?:

{country that wages war over fossil fuel yet doesn't believe in evolution.}

{Bush 2 no longer drinks beer, although America is dying to have a beer with him! }

These are both great points, btw. I will be stealing both for my own future rants, um, discourse.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:40am Laurie:

Whatever, I wish that bitch would stop referring to her husband as Rick Schroeder. It's RICKY SCHROEDER. Don't you know your own husband's given name, girl?

Also, I'm glad I don't have to look at that dude's stupid little square glasses. They looked like kiddie frames.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:40am Ian:

God, that first note. (tear)
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:42am Michael:

You don't need magic pixie dust Trouble. Its all going to be fine. This race is really not as close as you think it is. You'll see.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:42am north guinea hills:

thanks trouble (and commenting listeners), for angering my blood again (when i was trying to forget). thank you trouble for sedating my blood again w/ nina simone....
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:42am Grubbus:

OBAMA's Black?
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:43am Jenniqua:

What a great song. I too am a "Little Girl Blue [party]" believing in pixie dust and crossing my fingers, picking up lucky pennies in hopes of democrats winning the election. I did recently watch the movie IDIOCRACY which takes place 500 years in the future, though it is looking like the present.

Now it's time to click my heels three times.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:43am Mickey Mephistopheles:

Another factor regarding Obama losing support (at least my support):

Honestly, what would the difference in agendas be between Clinton and Obama? They're still both corporate whores, and neither one of them will end the war. Add drug czar Joe Biden to the ticket and my support evaporates. My vote's going for Cynthia McKinney unless there are significant changes. Sorry.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:44am middle sister:

how many republicans have ever heard Nina Simone? It would be a better world.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:44am Parq:

What NGH said, Miss T. That Nina track was as welcome in a stressful moment as a nice cuppa.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:45am listener mark:

Good Morning Everyone!
Good Morning Trouble!!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:45am rubbus:

Let's just buy kegs for the frat boys and get their votes.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:46am Lucky:

Parq

I respectfully disagree. I think a black man could beat a white man in an election for president. It depends on the individual candidates, of course, as with an "all white" race. It is a factor, but racism alone will not decide the election.

If all the GOP had to do was point out that Obama was an Afro-American, then we wouldn't have to listen all their other hysterical rantings regarding Obama, liberals, 9/11, etc.

What happened to "we have nothing to fear, but fear itself", America?
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:51am m:

glen campbell covering travis.... very odd
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:52am Swami:

I too believe that a black man could defeat a white man in an election for president. In America? Well. . .
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:52am Nico in Madrid:

Karl Rove's retirement project: resurrect Frank Capra to direct The Life Of Sarah Palin
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:54am Ike:

Mickey, that's what I thought in 2000: "Bush = Gore, so whatever, I'm going third-party." We know how that turned out. At least the Dems are merely disappointing, not actively vicious, and don't start (as many) random horrible wars for no reason. Or try to let more arsenic into our drinking water. As for drugs, blame the ignorant masses for making sane drug policies politically unfeasible. Just eat chocolate instead of doing drugs.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:57am north guinea hills:

damn, one of those rare moments when steve miller seems so right!!!!! nice!
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:57am GP:

Trouble, is this from your personal MP3 player?
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:58am Jenniqua:

I am so mad that they used Fly Like an Eagle for the U.S. post office.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:58am Parq:

Lucky, from your mouth to God's ears, but I doubt it. May I respectfully point out that the GOP doesn't *have* to remind voters that the Dem's candidate is a black guy. They can stay above the fray, chide the Dems every time they bring up on the issue, and sit back and count on what they know human nature to be.
  Thu. 9/11/08 11:59am stingy d:

the petra haden, miss murgatorid is on vinyl???!?!?!!!!!!! are you saying that???
  Thu. 9/11/08 12:00pm Parq:

Another great morning with you, Miss T. Bye all.
  Thu. 9/11/08 8:42pm trouble:

sorry to mislead, the time thing on the 'accu' playlist isn't so accu...the steve miller is vinyl, not the miss murgatroid, that was a cd.
  Tue. 9/16/08 12:40pm Barry:

The reason the bayou is not regenerating on its own is because we have forced the mississippi to run down one channel and we dredge that channel. If the mississippi were allowed to silt up and then change channels it would over time spray across the delta like sprinkler and would renew (resilt) an area of the bayou then move on - of course there a lot of docks and infrastructure that would soon no longer be on the mississippi. We even know where the next channel would be - as the mississippi has already tried to jump into it despite of all our dredging and levies.
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