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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 October 26, 2010: tuesday fast track

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
onra  relax in mui ne   Options chinoiseries            0:00:00 ()
fennesz /antony  returnal   Options       7"    *   0:02:21 ()
james fei  #2   Options studies on the ans  Krabbesholm        *   0:05:37 ()
josephine foster  die schwestern   Options a wolf in sheep's clothing            0:08:11 ()
willie easton  Franklin D. Roosevelt, A Poor Man's Friend   Options Sacred Steel: Traditional Sacred African-American Steel Guitar Music in Florida            0:13:06 ()
orange cake mix  fast food part 2   Options       7"      0:18:29 ()
franco  lagrimas   Options       7"      0:20:05 ()
Arnaud Fleurent Didier  pepe 44   Options la reproduction            0:24:09 ()
adventures in stereo  wave on   Options       7"      0:26:50 ()
patty la belle and her bells  Somewhere Over The Rainbow   Options       7"      0:29:46 ()
 
dubblestandart/lee scratch perry and ari up  defending rights & justice/island girl dub   Options return from planet dub            0:41:34 ()
the world famous supreme team  hey dj   Options       7"      0:43:31 ()
bj thomas   i've been down this road before   Options       7"      0:46:41 ()
brothers johnson  strawberry letter 23   Options       7"      0:49:26 ()
kandis  ultram mix   Options putting the morr back in morrissey v/a            0:52:29 ()
o'jays  shiftless shady jealous kind of people   Options       7"      0:56:49 ()
dubblestandart/lee scratch perry and ari up  surrender dub feat ari up   Options return from planet dub            1:00:52 ()
 
bob welch  ebony eyes   Options       7"      1:09:07 ()
las grecas  te estoy amando locamente   Options       7"      1:13:09 ()
luisa maita  desencabulado /popular beat combo remix   Options remixed  cumbancha        *   1:17:40 ()
willie nelson  i never cared for you   Options       7"      1:18:10 ()
mcguire sisters  no more   Options       7"      1:22:02 ()
patsy cline  love love love me honey do   Options       7"      1:22:56 ()
little sister  you're the one part 1   Options       7"      1:24:27 ()
coleman family  peace on earth   Options local customs: downriver revival v/a  numero group          1:28:36 ()
laura lee  he will break your heart   Options       7"      1:30:46 ()
 
vashti bunyan  i'd like to walk around in your mind   Options Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind, singles and demos            1:36:02 ()
george harrison  deep blue   Options       7"      1:37:43 ()
pippo spera  a buen puerto   Options a buen puerto  lion  1975      *   1:43:04 ()
lilian hak  gone with the wind   Options old powder new guns  sirenmusic        *   1:46:25 ()
the orchids  something for the longing   Options glass arcade v/a  Sarah Records      thanks paul!    1:50:37 ()
mackrosoft  vicoden reality   Options   waxpoetics    7"      1:55:42 ()
mary milo with family circle  words and music to grow slim by   Options       7"      1:59:02 ()
 
france gall  tu n'as pas le droit   Options les sucettes            2:07:07 ()
isolation ward  lamina christus   Options Les Filles du Crepuscule (V/A)  ltm recordings        *   2:08:44 ()
the sugargliders  reinventing penicillin   Options goal ferry bridge v/a  Sarah Records      thanks paul!    2:11:25 ()
the honeycombs  that's the way   Options something better beginning      7"      2:13:47 ()
lcd soundsystem  north american scum   Options             2:17:47 ()
nite jewel  white lies   Options am i real?  gloriette        *   2:22:00 ()
jackie de shannon  holly would   Options Laurel Canyon            2:25:14 ()
 
the dovells  baby workout   Options       7"      2:31:40 ()
waumiss  clapping yer hands (ooh lah yeah)   Options waumiss  odessa        *   2:34:29 ()
jack skuller  love is a drum   Options             2:37:57 ()
the small faces  all or nothing   Options       7"      2:40:50 ()
the shirelles  the first one   Options the shirelles sing to trumpets and strings            2:43:42 ()
prefuse 73  love you bring   Options         thanks laura!    2:46:22 ()
 
durutti column  enigma   Options lips that would kiss            2:54:32 ()
bobby gentry  courtyard   Options       7"      2:56:54 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 10/26/10 9:03am yayson:

yay for everyday that trouble plays!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:03am annie:

i agree with molly bloom: YES!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:07am trouble:

good morning o cheery ones. awake awake, i say to myself more than anyone else in particular...
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:09am Andrew:

After several years of only listening to WFMU archives, I am finally wired for live sound at work. And where better to begin...
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:12am MARC:

Good Morning. Wouldn't be Tuesday morning without Trouble.
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:15am annie:

for a second, there, i thought it was drummer some.
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:21am Listener Greg:

Totes forgot you were on Tuesday now- what a pleasant surprise!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:23am Josh in Richmond:

Give the drummer some Trouble?
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:32am Jennique:

Good morning Trouble. I didn't know Patti La Belle had "bells" in the backup. They should be "belles", n'est-ce pas?
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:34am Patrick:

good morning trouble, great to hear your voice here in Ohio this morning!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:36am emily:

Patrick is listening at school and I'm tuned in at home. Always a treat to listen to your show! Give DJ Icepack our regards.
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:37am trouble:

patrick and emily you are such a modern couple, listening separately but equally...hi hi!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:38am sheepaul:

hi trouble
thanks for the wake up text, did all the listeners get one?
According to her orbituary, cancer took Ari :(
Thanks for the beautiful music on this TUESDAY!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:39am Jennique:

Trouble - I have not been able to get Ari Up out of my mind since I heard the news. I've been listening to New Age Steppers and The Slits ever since. She is a treasure and I feel like a friend has passed away. I am doing some artwork with her in it. Thanks for the acknowledgment.
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:41am Bad Ronald:

Amy Rigby on Ari's passing:

http://amyrigby.blogspot.com/2010/10/thank-you-ari.html
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:46am Patrick:

where else but on WFMU would such a thing happen!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:46am marq:

Thank you Trouble for doing the modification station at the fair this weekend. always fun and people made some cool stuff. Lots of Harry Belafonte and glitter. and googly eyes.
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:49am yayson:

jeez ari up and gregory issacs in the same week?
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:49am trouble:

i do love doing the modification station, it appeals to all ages and the results are sooo fab!
  Tue. 10/26/10 9:55am Parq:

My complements for the LP Mod, too, Miss T. I also dug the Belafonte, as well as the Ram and Lynn Anderson Christmas remixes.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:03am Cecile:

I discovered a new wave gem from a band I don't care for: The Divinyls' "Boys in Town". She blows a raspberry in the middle of the song, and classic line: "I'm just a red brassiere to all the boys in town."
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:04am marq:

Parq was there? Too bad I didn't get to meet everyone at the fair. Met several listeners at the fair that I only have known from the listener comments. That's the thing about being a listener from afar. Got to be in wfmu land for a few days anyway.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:04am Cecile:

Tom Tom Club lifted so much from the Steppers.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:08am staceyjoy:

thanks for playing Ari Up today, and I love the Tue. thing, I can listen longer..xxxooo
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:09am dc pat:

BR: HOLY GOSH, I cannot read white text on black background--it KILLS my eyes. but I got the gist. People don't really get Ari Up. And I think most people miss the Peel sessions--that's where you have to start.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:09am Cecile:

I think you are speaking huge generalities. Cancer is enviromnental, but it also is a disease of longevity. Remember most of us would have been dead by 45 as early as 60 years ago.

Spooner Oldham and Dan Penn were the backing musicians on the Box Tops records.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:10am Bad Ronald:

Love this Bob Welch tune!!!
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:10am Cecile:

can be environmental, is what I meant to say.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:10am annie:

this is fine....
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:11am Cecile:

I always wanted Kermit the Frog to sing this song on the Muppet show.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:11am Kevin:

If you don't die from anything else first, cancer is the way you go. Even if you were living in perfect eden-istic bliss, you'd get cancer from being out in the sun, etc. Your cells mutate even in the absence of these other sources.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:12am Vivian:

I totally agree with you. Cheaper living through chemistry. Currently, I'm reading Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer and trying to convince my carnivore friend to pick it up. Anyone who eats meat really should read this book.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:15am marq:

the cancer thing. a lot of it has to do with genetics as well. think about lead. some people can be exposed to it all day and everyday and it doesn't do much of anything to them. Others get a dust of lead in their lungs and they are all done.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:16am Kevin:

This las grecas song is really good
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:17am Cecile:

And the factors of smoking and drinking are powerful. My friend, who eats cleaner than anyone I know, got mouth cancer from his young days of chain-smoking, guzzling gallons of red wine, and yeah, a serious family history of cancer. He's doing amazing, but still. Scary!

But please don't say no one care about cancer. And no one is protesting additives, etc. That ain't the truth. It might not be as widespread as you like,...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:17am trouble:

hello miss staceyjoy! syl johnson is doing the answering messages this week i do believe...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:22am trouble:

cecile i am trying to say that we shouldn't have to go out of our way to avoid additives. The gov't protects big business and they whole mess with hormones added to cows to quicken milk production is the perfect example. we have a very lax policy , unlike europe where many nations ban additives in food, packaging, fertilizers, etc that we let thru no prob...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:23am dc pat:

..and even Europe is lax on things like BPA regulation.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:24am Adrian in London:

Brrrrr. Sitting at work with a puffa coat on. Thankfully Trouble's songs are warming me up.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:24am kristy:

trouble, i wanted to apologize for my boyfriend poking you in a photo at the record fair as i can imagine that would be creepy. i honestly don't think he'll actually do these things. but, we really do enjoy your show so much <3 i think he especially thanks you for strawberry letter 23 today. you have made him happier than i can.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:25am chris:

I can't believe you played Ebony Eyes and I can't believe I missed it
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:29am Parq:

I agree completely with Miss T about taking care of yourself because the govt is only looking out for business. Most don't even bother to hide it; the likely next Governor of NY has just made a big splash in the papers by promising he will fully support business in its war on unions. You may not dig unions -- many lefties don't, and understandably not in light of some unions' recent stances toward the left -- but anyone has got to be shocked by a Democrat named Cuomo promising to use his elected authority to make poor downtrodden business more powerful.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:30am Cecile:

I completely agree with that. I am 100% behind that, trouble.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:30am trouble:

no apologies needed kristy. ...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:30am Vivian:

Folks can get by without additives or chemicals by cutting back on prepackaged food, household cleaners and meat. Factory Farm produces 99% of the meat on the market. Science, more so hormones and antibotics, have made it possible to remove animals' biological needs. All that goes into the environment and you.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:31am Jesse:

killin it trouble
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:31am dc pat:

10-4 Viv.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:31am Carmichael:

Well darn, guess I missed the whole lovely cancer discussion. Better late than never.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:34am Cecile:

I do, too, Trouble.
Also, the fascination with soul singers with the Bee Gees.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:36am βrian:

Hey from Madison. The skies are low, and the lakes are gray.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:39am Jennique:

It's 70 degrees in NYC and Central Park is exploding with fall colors.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:41am aaron in chicago:

the news says "gusts as high as 60 mph" today. oy
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:41am Shana:

Checking in from my office at the University of Michigan Library this fine morning. The Burton clock tower is stuck at 6:30.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:42am βrian:

Glad it's not the eleventh hour ...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:48am annie:

i am reading the cancer debate here.. huge morass of issues and causes. i mostly blame our toxic environment, both spiritual and physical.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:50am dc pat:

overcast, gray yet humid in DC. Thanks for the humidity, it kept my son's croup in check last night...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:52am marq:

Jennique: 51 degrees in central VT. Some of the mountains have snow. but forecast says it will get to 68 today. Foggy today but will lift. I think our fall colors are about gone. It was really nice seeing the fall foliage brilliant in NYC when I was there over the weekend. Almost like people going south to extend their summer.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:52am seang:

the cancer of time is eating us all away...
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:55am Cecile:

seang dude, that is the truth.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:57am marq:

does our time need some preservatives to make it last longer?
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:58am Cecile:

On some level, I'm thorougly pickled.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:59am Jennique:

Marq - Glad you made it down to NYC. I kinda figured all the leaves have peaked up north if they are bright down here.Biked to work this morning and saw them all bright as ever in the park.
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:59am Cecile:

Oh, hey! A moment of silence for Paul, the signifying World Cup octopus. I am honoring him by banging my head against a rock until it's tender, plugging too many appliances into one outlet, and reading some Thomas Nast Standard Oil cartoons.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:02am βrian:

Ah, I miss Vermont! Used to live here: http://tinyurl.com/MadMaggies
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:02am chris:

these are some sweet rhythms
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:02am dc pat:

Good riddance to that damn octopus, now maybe Deutschland will win.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:05am annie:

sure it is... this is indian summer.. today is a great day to clean out the chicken shed!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:06am dc pat:

annie's got the toxins under control.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:19am Peter:

Thanks for the LP Modification experience and the amazing Record Fair. Back in Seattle listenin' live and ready to impart NYC cultural energy to the little ones!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:20am trouble:

peter you mean you're going to charge them $4 for a cup of coffee?? it was great to see you and meet the famille.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:20am Carmichael:

You're all over the musical map, Troub. This is cool!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:21am Harry:

Everybody's toxin at me....
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:23am marq:

Peter: Yes. The back home lag from the record fair. I stayed in Chinatown and I brought back not only wfmu record fair goodies but Asian candies and such from the stores in Chinatown. Some strange fruit, too. and the energy, though I am tired right now from doing too much.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:24am Cayenne:

Yea! Intelligent people with a transmitter!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:29am Parq:

Wait, Paul the Clairvoyant Octopus died? Oh man, and these things always come in threes. Spuds McKensie deathwatch time.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:29am marq:

as a PSA for anyone using JFK airport. I missed my original flight and had to wait several hours to get the next flight to VT. I decided to take the Airtrain to Jamaica station and see what was around since I had some time. Very nice little strip right there if you go outside the station to the street. Food and a few nice places to eat and drink. Much better than the airport options. And so simple to get to and from the airport. There was even a sign at a gas station high up that said "beer city"
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:32am Jennique:

Trouble - GOT IT. You must love the Sleepys ad - for the REST of your life. Personally those kind of word games make me want to bang my head on a table.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:36am trouble:

oops sorry to be a pest jennique. i guess i only like them in corny country ish songs...but the sleepy's ad had passed me by in concept...but now i'm rockin it!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:42am Carmichael:

Oohh man ... I recognized this from the opening riff. Small Faces is one of my all-time faves. Nice surprise, Trouble!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:44am postmanpaul:

Lcd soundsystem's North American Scum was worth turning up late for! In my opinion.
Nice post 7"week show Trouble! Hey, hang on, where am I
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:47am Jennique:

Trouble - no worries on my part. It's funny sometimes I miss the obvious for years while everyone gets it right away. I just figured out EMINEM or M and M stood for Marshal Mathers, his real name initials. And my mind was blown when I was told Casey Kasem was the voice of Shaggy.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:48am trouble:

welcome to tuesday Postmanpaull
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:52am Parq:

Jennique: Kasem did a lot of voice work for Hanna Barabera before he became famous as a radio jock. I'm pretty sure he played Robin in an early "Batman" cartoon. Ted Knight, known to 70s TV fans as Ted Baxter, was also all over Han-Bar cartoon ca. 1970.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:54am Marmalade Kitty:

Hey Trouble! ..a show for my evolved ears!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:56am trouble:

miaow.
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:57am postmanpaul:

Additives are Negatives!!!
  Tue. 10/26/10 11:59am marq:

miaow. oh yeah my cats. they were nice to see when I got back. I am the one who mostly feeds them and cleans their box, etc. they miaowed heavily when I walked in.
  Tue. 10/26/10 12:01pm will:

great especially Durutti
  Tue. 10/26/10 2:59pm Chris:

Hey Trouble, where can I find that amazing version of I Never Cared For You from Willie?! It's amazing.

Thanks so much for a great set like always
  Tue. 10/26/10 10:07pm trouble:

the song by willie nelson was from a 7"...
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