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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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Artist Track Album Label Format New Approx. start time
droids  tchoung fou   Options star peace  repressed    *   0:00:00 ()
the caretaker  #3   Options we'll all go riding on a rainbow        0:03:51 ()
the caretaker  cloudy since you went away   Options a stairway to the stars        0:05:12 ()
ata ebtekebar & the iranian orch for new music  tones   Options ornamental      *   0:09:26 ()
elizabeth cronin  a maid in her father's garden   Options jean ritchie field trip        0:12:20 ()
bea wain  if it rains-who cares   Options the big band's greatest vocalists-bea wain v.3        0:14:22 ()
hype williams  karen hates   Options         0:17:05 ()
douglas bragg  barbed wire love   Options Guys of the Big "D" Jamboree v/a        0:18:36 ()
banjo or freakout  mr no ( phasone remix)   Options         0:20:32 ()
marc ribot y los cubanos postizos  aurora en pekin   Options Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos        0:26:43 ()
joe bataan  i wish you love   Options king of latin soul  vampisoul    *   0:32:02 ()
margaret lewis  reconsider me   Options good girls gone bad: wild weird & wanted v/a        0:40:26 ()
june carter cash  the heel   Options         0:43:48 ()
harlow wilcox & the oakies  loco locust   Options Plantation Gold: The Mad Genius of Shelby S SIngleton v/a  omni recording    *   0:46:03 ()
grandmaster flash  those chix   Options the bridge      *   0:48:37 ()
red rat  shelly anne   Options         0:49:57 ()
panama limited  dangle wild   Options         0:53:31 ()
nita rossi  untru unfaithful (that was you)   Options One Kiss Can Lead To Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found        0:57:42 ()
princess superstar  blue beretta   Options strictly platinum        1:00:08 ()
little eva  loco -motion   Options LLLLLococo-motion        1:02:50 ()
            1:07:11 ()
judt mowatt  emergency call   Options trojan reggae sisters v/a        1:10:14 ()
arthur russell  sounds of JHS 126 Brooklyn-chil pill (underwater mix)   Options The Sleeping Bag Sessions  traffic    *   1:13:43 ()
chris joss  danger buds   Options sticks  ESL    *   1:16:58 ()
Les Rita Mitsouko  andy   Options presentent the no comprendo        1:20:25 ()
phyllis dillon  Perfidia   Options         1:25:45 ()
los mirlos  la danza de los mirlos   Options The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru        1:28:50 ()
Combinations  while you were gone   Options Local Customs: Downriver Revival  numero group    *   1:31:55 ()
MC patate  le medecin   Options le gateau blaster        1:33:33 ()
michel legrand  qui etes vous polly magoo? theme OST   Options         1:40:25 ()
ginger ale  le grand sommeil   Options tombe pour daho v/a songs of etienne daho        1:42:34 ()
young marble giants  posed by models   Options         1:46:11 ()
klimperei  liliom   Options love you        1:47:51 ()
fursaxa  song of the spindle berry   Options kobold moon        1:52:09 ()
erica buettner  c'est julian   Options filles fragiles #2 v/a pop gems from french demoiselles        1:54:44 ()
anna jarvinen  helsinki   Options Whispers From The Forests, Screams From The Mountains v/a        1:58:07 ()
telepathe  i can't stand it   Options living bridge v/a        2:02:40 ()
m. ashral feat. nahid akhtar  ho jeth ji aaj main   Options the sound of wonder! pop from the Lollywood vaults 1973-80  finders keepers    *   2:06:49 ()
bee gees  i laugh in your face   Options odessa box red velvet reissue      *   2:13:18 ()
pablo all stars  rocker's special   Options     7"    2:23:22 ()
pep laguarda & tapineria  cims i abismes (demo)   Options brossa d'ahir        2:26:35 ()
Mount Vernon Arts Lab  the black drop   Options ritual and education v/a  ghost box    *   2:32:55 ()
Captain Beefheart  pompadour swamp   Options brown star sessions        2:35:39 ()
dianne endicott  orange and lemon   Options         2:42:09 ()
lady sovereign  lets be mates   Options jigsaw  midget    *   2:43:24 ()
stricken city  tak o tak   Options factory sessions        2:46:42 ()
sege gainsbourg  en melody   Options histoire de melody nelson  light inthe attic    *   2:49:48 ()
rita lee & tutti frutti  troca toca   Options entradas e bandeiras        2:52:40 ()
mc solaar  obsolete   Options prose combat        2:57:47 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 4/2/09 9:02am annie:

first comment.. woohoo hello trouble!
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:03am annie:

sending my donation off in the mail this week. scrounged enough out of the couch and have added a few pieces of lint as well.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:05am listener mark:

good morning trouble
good morning annie
good morning world
extra 8 dollars in my pay packet
thank you president Obama
let's party like it's 1929!!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:06am annie:

7 1/2 cents doesn't come to a helluva alot...
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:08am trouble:

good good morning all
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:10am annie:

we have the sun peeeking out over a hill above the house and it promises to be a very sweet day.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:10am listener mark:

how do they pay you 1/2 cent?
cut a cent in half?
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:10am texas scott:

i like this caretaker fella.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:12am Parq:

Whew! Miss T, play some nice, work-conducive music. I got a lot of ground to make up after spending all yesterday contributing to a record-shattering number of comment posts.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:12am annie:

mark, they make you work an extra day and you give it to the 1/2 kid that all families have.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:13am listener mark:

four times four legs minus one?
is this a 7 8 9 joke?
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:13am annie:

it was pretty tiring huh parq, i went to bed early and everything..
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:14am PMD:

Morning all. Hopefully there are no bad lingering feelings from yesterrday... Kind of an April Fool's hangover.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:16am annie:

i feel that way too pmd, some tension... might be a case of too much togetherness, huh?
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:17am gumby:

The weatherheads tell me the rain is short lived today in jersey. But this is still a nice happy rain song by Bea.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:18am annie:

for april fool's one year i had a friend call my house to inform us we had won the publisher's clearing house. my son called me immediately with the good news. it was so hard to break the magic of his joy! i think he was angry at me for days after that
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:20am gumby:

someone should compile a list of all known songs involving barbed wire someday.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:22am jaypee:

Good morning.

I just noticed an odd phenomenon. When I switch my browser screen away from the WFMU page with the blue background to a work-related page with a white one, it's temporarily perceived with a pinkish hue.

  Thu. 4/2/09 9:30am SmallyBiggs:

Your song choice has the ability to determine my mood
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:31am Parq:

Loves me some Marc Ribot Cuban.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:33am SmallyBiggs:

no wonder I'm a schitzo
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:35am texas scott:

hang in there,Smally...
it's all part of that WFMU charm.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:36am dc pät:

jaypee: that's becauxe trouble is a witch
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:37am jaypee:

dc pät: !!!!!!!!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:37am Adrien:

Trouble.... where did u get those birds?
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:42am trouble:

adrian, i have a mini collection of bird records. i buy them whenever i see them. this mornings selections are from "birds on a may moring" by the massachusetts audubon society, and " a field guide to western birds" from peterson.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:45am PMD:

I'd like a list of all songs with the sound of a typewriter in them
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:45am Adrian in London:

The sun is out, I've got the day off tomorrow yet mine heart is heavy and dolorous. Why? Cos the stupid place I'm working at has crappy 1992-style web access and I can't stream Ms Trouble. It's the archives again for me.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:46am odd duck:

trouble - Do you have any records of scary bird noises? Like they sounded in the Hitchcock movie The Birds?
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:48am gumby:

I find it funny that TV soundtracks use the cry of a hawk when they want a desolate and scary feeling. Man, I hear a hawk and I know I am in a good place.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:51am dc pät:

I'm with you gumby, did you notice you hear it a lot more than you use to? When I was a kid, I NEVER saw hawks but now I see them all the time. wonder why.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:51am jaypee:

gumby: I was out for a bicycle ride the other day and heard that exact call. In my area, it's apparently a Red-Tailed Hawk. They're awesome and big.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:52am Adrien:

Thanks for the data Trouble, i love those singing birds, i will try to find that sort of stuff.
By the way, yes my name is Adrian but in french is chic!!
Great show
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:54am PMD:

dc pat, I think it's amazing driving down/up 395 and seeing them hanging out on a lot of the lamps
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:55am dc pät:

precisely what I'm talking about!
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:55am gumby:

dc pat
DDT. When I was a kid in central Jersey, no hawks, no eagles, no turkey vultures. Now they are back after being reintroduced and we should all praise Rachel Carson and her precendent setting book, Silent Spring. She is a true American Hero in my book.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:59am gumby:

Left out the part that the birds of prey came back after they banned DDT in the 70's. Go figure "THE MAN" did good.
  Thu. 4/2/09 9:59am dc pät:

ok, that makes sense. Dang, for some reason I didn't make the connection. Cheers to Rachel...and the Irish Nat'l soccer team...
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:00am annie:

and the great news about beavers returning to the polluted rivers of cleveland!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:01am Adrien:

talking about birds yesterday i saw a woodpecker which is strange in the village i live in.
Imagine why?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:01am dale:

morning! love the production on this nita rossi....reminds me of france gall
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:01am The Lorax:

You don't know how happy that makes me.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:03am PMD:

Adrien, you have no trees?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:03am Michael Slaboch:

The line "I've got more fingers than Jerry Garcia" just cracked up the entire Numero office! Hope all is well out in Jersey City Trouble.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:03am Jøe Steele:

Hard at work this morning. (I know weird, right?) But, I must say awesome set.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:04am Hiphopapotomus:

Princess Superstar's rhymes are bottomless. Much like mine.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:05am nasok:

ok, now i'm dancing.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:05am Parq:

"Beavers in Cleveland" would make a good sitcom.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:05am AnAnonymousParty:

Little Eva can move a ton of freight 687 miles on a gallon of fuel.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:05am bw:

helllllooooooooooooo trouble!! so nice to be here with you this morrrning
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:07am gumby:

Just another bird observation, then I'll knock it off. Live birds require dead and dying trees.
One of those things humans knew then lost.
Oh, the unlearnign we must do!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:07am ?:

indeed we have some but they are not supposed for woodpeckers.!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:07am math man:

If little eva leaves chicago at 4 am at a speed of 100 mph, and Thomas the Tank engine leaves wherever the hell he lives at a speed of 5 mph, how big will the fireball be when they collide?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:08am Adrien:

that was me!! PMD
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:11am Cecile:

delurking to say Witchcraft's "Her Sisters, They Were Weak", Trouble. Fairport meets metal. It's great.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:12am trouble:

HELLO bw! and big hellos to numero group, hey michael!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:12am still b/p:

Thomas would be flash-seared into a shiny streamliner wearing a stunned smile.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:13am gumby:

Heh, I'll toss a couple bird observations as well. Pileated Woodpeckers are blowing up here and some say it's because of various invasive insects and climate change killing native trees. Tufted Titmice are also expanding this way 'cause it's getting warmer.. (I'm in West-central Wisco)
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:13am annie:

bird-talk- when you hear a woodpecker, you are probably near a dying tree. they go for the bugs living in the dying organism. i love nature!! it all fits.. and we interfere.. hi cecile..
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:13am jaypee:

Whoops.. that was from me, TO gumby.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:14am Cecile:

Annie, hiya, talk at you later...
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:17am annie:

i'm paying attention, but not. writing a new blog post. back and forth between the two. rice on the boil and a beautiful day here!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:18am Baba B:

Tee hee.

  Thu. 4/2/09 10:19am bw:

the emergency call - I hate it when I get those

troubbbllleeeee - you need some DUB birds for a break - surely we can make you a track
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:21am gumby:

But at least we are learning to consider the consequences to nature, Annie.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:22am Cecile:

annie, what's your blog address? Fire it off to me.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:22am Gumbercules:

This version sounds different than the one I have and I am confused.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:23am annie:

i hope so gumby. and yes cecile, i will...you want it in your email?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:25am still b/p:

Some learns. Some don't, and some disregards for gain.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:27am PMd:

Annie, you have a blog? send me.. please
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:28am Cecile:

Annie, sure. Unless you want to publicize it to the board...
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:28am annie:

blog is posted in FB when i send it. i'll shout out when it gets there.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:29am annie:

happy to cecile.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:31am still b/p:

I liked that Perfidia plenty. Second time this week an unfamiliar Phyllis had my morning attention.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:37am bw:

fake it Trouble, fake it!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:37am annie:

chickadee!!!!!!! am i right?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:38am Baba B:

I just heard the classic "yoooo hooooo" of the cardinal.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:38am PMD:

I love the sound of house wrens. I have a birdhouse out but noone has moved in... too bad.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:39am SmallyBiggs:

Oh my god!!, I completely forgot to pay my pledge yet!! Shame on me!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:39am annie:

baba, is that the heeeeeheeeeew. sound the longish call?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:40am SmallyBiggs:

I deserve to burn in hell
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:40am Doug from DC:

My check goes in the mail today! Honest!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:41am Baba B:

I think so. Imagine a dear Aunt announcing her presence. (To which my cat would answer, "Harrrro?"
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:41am LaLa:

hey troublegirl!
what's that french female singer blog you just mentioned? i wanna check it!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:42am dc pät:

wait, trouble what was the name of the film? what's it about??
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:44am bw:

trouble - so glad you liked "the model couple" haha
what a film : http://www.criterion.com/films/904
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:44am ee:

i love when you play this song! thanks so much!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:44am Doug from DC:

  Thu. 4/2/09 10:44am dc pät:

thanks bw
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:45am stingy d:

sleepy dudes
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:47am GP:

Good morning world
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:47am jaypee:

annie/baba: that's the Black Capped Chickadee call.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:49am annie:

i love that sound...
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:49am trouble:

here is the link to the post i made on the WFMU blog about the movie : qui etes vous polly magoo? http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/dj_troubles_posts/
and the french femmes blog is fillessourires.blogspot.com , I think
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:49am bw:

polly magoo is good too... all the films in that set
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:51am jaypee:

Is it too late to deny that I'm a huge nerd when it comes to birds?
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:53am Ken From Hyde Park:

For about five years now, I've been noticing vultures in this area. I guess some folks would consider that an omen of some kind. I think it's cool how the old tombstones have owls on them.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:54am gumby:

Let the freak flag of your bird brainedness fly! This is the forum for it.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:56am annie:

one of the most amazing sights around here are the turkey buzzards circling in various areas in our skies. watching them soar and swoop, calmly seeking.....
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:57am Carmichael:

Good morning, Trouble and everyone. This is the 3rd time I've heard Perfidia this week, all of them unintentional.

And to bring my post on-topic, the egrets are out in abundance here in the rice fields.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:58am still b/p:

On the list of things to finally damn do sometime: learn the songs & ID of most of the birds encountered on woods/mountain trails.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:58am PMD:

annie, I once saw about 20 of them circling in an updraft so wider than 50 feet or so. It was a like a buzzard tornado and so cool to watch
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:58am Doug from DC:

My favorite bird sighting was a north american great horned owl, spotted after 25 miles of bike riding down the C&O towpath. It's wingspan was well over four feet.
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:58am GP:

Berd Nerd trivia of the day:
Vultures actually have a very clean smell, like they just took a bath..I guess it comes from being around carrion all day...they have to make up for that nastiness.....don't ask me how I know this just accept it and move on!
  Thu. 4/2/09 10:59am jaypee:

I love Turkey Vultures and their cute little bald heads. I inadvertently made one vomit once.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:00am gumby:

I live in a subdivision surrounded by farms and sometimes 15 or 20 vultures will sit on an east facing roof and warm in the early AM sun. I find it more refreshing than an omen. Besides they are an environmentally freindly way to recycle road kill.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:01am stingy d:

growing up, there was a flock of 50,000+ crows that swarmed over my house. at the top of the hill was a cemetery. they swallowed up the whole sky on bright days.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:02am Doug from DC:

Speaking of road kill, I'm starting to see the deer everywhere again. Last night the fog was so thick, I was really worried one would come out of nowhere.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:03am bw:

I am gonna record the pigeon orgy out my window for you
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:03am stingy d:

let's learn about vulture culture. strong stomachs. and no penis. my close friend and roommate got into a lot of trouble for changin an end of year event (purchase college) from culture shock, to vulture cock, without telling anyone. his excuse was that the show was more vulturally cocking than culturally shocking. and he won.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:04am annie:

yay pigeons!!!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:04am lalista:

luv ya trouble!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:05am still b/p:

I read it as 50,000+ cows at first...like maybe a grilled cheese and purple microdot sandwich was involved somehow.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:05am Jøe Steele:

Best road kill I ever saw: A friggin puma, along the Parkway above Ridgewood, just last weekend.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:06am annie:


ok there is the page. please remember i am a ranter..
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:07am jaypee:

Jøe Steele: More like saddest roadkill. Poor poor kitty.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:08am dc pät:

beautiful tune
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:09am Jøe Steele:

Well yeah, sad for the cat. But I was impressed. I'm bad.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:10am annie:

i love driving down the taconic, the hawks and falcon resting by the side of the road and in the median, observing their terrain.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:10am Sean Daily:

You know the conversation has deteriorated when it turns to most awesomest road kill ever.

Oh, and... not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:10am Doug from DC:

jaypee, i know. it always makes me sad to see. i slow down for the critters.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:13am Carmichael:

We have a long and winding paved bike trail surrounded by wild parkway. Every now and then a mountain lion will wander out and stroll through a subdivision. Bikers & runners haved been occasionally attacked in the past. The animals are usually tranquilized and dumped back deeper in the mountains.

Nature is a cruel mistress.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:15am Carmichael:

Hey! More obscure Bee Gees!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:15am jaypee:

Jøe Steele: No, I know what you mean, it's cool to see such awesome animals. I just sucks that that's the only way many people are able to see 'em.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:15am annie:

bears in the rockies used to be shot wth a pcp variant to be moved.. ... i shudder.... it makes me sad, just sad.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:18am GP:

Man this is some trippy Bee Gees..not to mention rude...laugh in MY face will you..I think not.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:18am Doug from DC:

This discussion and the cherry blossoms out here remind me of a couple of years ago. A family of beavers got washed down the Potomac in heavy rains and started to knaw down the cherry trees. Finally the park service trapped them and took them back upriver.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:21am Baba B:

"Heee hew" might be the the other, but the "Yooo Hooo?" (As in, "Is anybody home?") is the Cardinal. I'm watching one outside right now. Lovely
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:22am jason:

Fursaxa "spindle berry" was on a Free Music Archive sampler: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2008/07/free-music-arch.html ...freemusicarchive.org opens 2moro!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:22am bw:

mayorial forum
whooaaaaaa JERZY CITY
wooaaa I am so there
oh wait.. maybe not

I guess that is your sort of thing
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:23am Mooose:

Hey that's right outside me pad!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:23am Upsetwiththenonsense!:

Downtown needs traffic lights - needs parks - needs public spaces - needs alot

Seriously we need FULOP!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:24am annie:

see baba i can whistle it very well. two longsish tones. i think it is the mating call of the chickadee. i'll put my money there..
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:24am still b/p:

Also sad how dolts contribute: Years ago, a message/example was posted around Grand Teton about a bear that was headed back after removal, removed due to aggressive food acquisition -- from a pack on a child's back, for instance, and the bear might have to be killed. It had started becoming more bold after a visitor gave it a sandwich because, "it looked hungry." There ain't no IQ test to enter a National Park or to be outdoors at all.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:24am Mooose:

(I like the embankment just the way it is, like an overgrown ruin- lovely!)
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:27am Jess:

still b/p: When I was in Grand Teton years ago, there was some idiot who decided to climb down a very very deep, shear cliff face to try to get his camera after he dropped it. Yes, those fences are there for a reason.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:28am annie:

trouble, thanks for your calm head this morning.. it is a wonderful way to come down after yesterday. .. your show is magic, you MUST be a witch!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:29am GP:

Mountain Rescue motto "We save dumbasses from themselves every day"
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:30am jaypee:

Northern Cardinal: http://clomedia.ornith.cornell.edu/audio/653A/653A.mp3
Black Capped Chickadee: http://clomedia.ornith.cornell.edu/audio/460A/460A.mp3
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:32am still b/p:

Ohh, I have sighted and observed the d.a. species many times year-round above and below treeline.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:33am texas scott:

hey annie.your blog today rings true.we must share the same spirit because
'to live simply' sez it all!
oh and this will make you sick...
what a waste!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:33am Doug from DC:

Trouble, I can't tell you how right this music is for today.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:33am Parq:

In the Adirondack Mountains of NY State (for those of you out of the area), there is an ongoing problem with black bears coming into the town dumps to feed. In the central Adks years ago, one dump in particular attracted an unusually large number of bears. This became a tourist attraction. Visitors would bring lawn chairs, hang out, approach the bears, pet them, and in one infamous incident (this is real), put a child on a bear’s back to take a picture.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:35am roger:

Hi Trouble! Great show.
Thanks for talking about the Embankment, Jersey City's answer to NYC's Highline.
Even non JC citizens can have their voices heard about this. The dude who illegally purchased them and is trying to tear them down to make condos is getting a lot of traction. No matter where you live, if you prefer Parks over Condo's please take a minute, go here and help by cutting and pasting a statement and clicking "send".
We have been told we need 1000 voices in order to be heard. Deadline is Monday. 4/6
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:35am annie:

jaypee, i love you. thanks for that!!! that chickadee is sweet.and thanks scott.. i appreciate the response.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:36am Carmichael:

  Thu. 4/2/09 11:38am Cecile:

Delurking to say
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:38am frenchee:

me too, cecile!

bee fart!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:39am annie:

we see you hiding behind the aspidistra cecile.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:40am Carmichael:

Trouble, Alan Parsons' "Blue Blue Sky" from On Air would fit perfectly in your set. Mellow vocal, bird calls, laid back tune, thoughts of flying, etc .... check it out some day.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:42am Cecile:

damn, busted.

it has to be said again
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:42am dc pät:

Howlin Wolf > Beefheart > Tom Waits > ??
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:44am Cecile:

Howling Wolf=>Beefheart >Tom Waits
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:44am Cecile:

although they are all great.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:45am dc pät:

I didn't mean greater than I mean one begot the other
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:46am Listener James from Westwood:

Heh, just watched a '54 BBC dramatization of "1984," which featured, as did the novel, the characters' attempts to remember the lyrics to the "Oranges and Lemons" rhyme. Stay out of the proles' sector, Winston!!
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:46am Cecile:

Oh, yes, yes yes yes yes. ITA.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:46am dc pät:

although the greater than thing sort of works too for me. the wolf rules all
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:48am dc pat:

jeezus, I suddenly became totally sick of the umlaut. screw that crap.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:48am GP:

Lady Sovereign is cool.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:49am Carmichael:

I like women who hiccup when they sing. Seriously.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:53am stingy d:

my friend just made the sex with lady soveriegn, not for nothin
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:55am GP:

Dang Stingy..too much info there...but thanks for the update.

I just found out the singer for "Stricken City" is named
Rebekah Raa...cool name of the day award to her.
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:57am stingy d:

i'm just sayin
  Thu. 4/2/09 11:59am GP:

Stingy was that over in Old Albion or is she touring over here?
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