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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
eagle/deer  bring your enemies to life   Options summer of sepia      *   0:00:00 ()
julianna barwick & ikue mori  stalactite castle   Options julianna barwick and ikue mori  RVNG Int'l    *   0:05:44 ()
Deliverance Echoes  heaven   Options an alternate history of popular music  numero    *   0:18:18 ()
jill scott   bedda at home   Options message soul v/a  trikont    *   0:21:22 ()
gen ken montgomery  fabio's muffler -excerpt   Options end tymes fest promo      *   0:25:48 ()
dan penn  if love was money   Options sounds from the south v/a      *   0:26:30 ()
les rita mitsouko  bad days   Options the no comprendo        0:30:14 ()
 
tom jones  wichita lineman   Options this is tom jones        0:40:42 ()
jimmy cliff  miss jamaica   Options         0:43:27 ()
mr undertaker  here lies my love   Options The Music City Story (V/A)  ace    *   0:47:06 ()
timezone  wildstyle   Options         0:49:15 ()
stranger cole  rough and tough   Options         0:56:28 ()
prince  computer blue   Options purple rain        0:59:17 ()
michel polnareff  le roi des fourmis   Options le bal des laze        1:03:19 ()
 
sandra rhodes  sowed love and reaped the heartache   Options country got soul vol 2        1:09:02 ()
ford & lopatin  the voices   Options channel pressure      *   1:11:54 ()
nicolas comment  nous etions dieu   Options nous etions dieu      *   1:14:58 ()
marianne faithfull  back in baby's arms   Options horses and high heels  naive    *   1:18:09 ()
mc patate  mc patate piege la police   Options         1:23:33 ()
josephine foster & the victor herrero band  los mozos de monleon   Options ande jaleo        1:26:03 ()
Kris Kristofferson  sunday morning gomin down   Options Kristofferson        1:32:46 ()
the fall  what you need   Options This Nation's Saving Grace        1:36:51 ()
 
fever ray  dry and dusty   Options fever ray        1:49:16 ()
bees gees  whisper whisper   Options odessa        1:52:46 ()
the kills  getting down   Options midnight boom        1:56:04 ()
the flaming ember  westbound #9   Options         2:00:09 ()
sleigh bells  riot rhythm   Options treats        2:01:32 ()
chairman of the board  give me just a little more time   Options         2:04:25 ()
 
allysen callery  Favourite Son   Options winter island      *   2:11:57 ()
don cole w al casey  snake eyed mama   Options califia the songs of lee hazelwood v/a        2:14:54 ()
the caretaker  #1   Options an empty bliss beyond this world  history always favors the winners    *   2:17:58 ()
jean ritchie  the cuckoo   Options field trip        2:21:10 ()
library tapes  Fragment VIII   Options Whispers From The Forests, Screams From The Mountains v/a        2:22:12 ()
holly miranda  joints   Options         2:25:18 ()
moot   mavis   Options     7"    2:30:32 ()
th'idiot  My New Synht (sic)   Options umbrelladelika v/a  Umbrelladelika    *   2:35:10 ()
lonely kid quentin  #4   Options le charme discret de lonely kid quentin      *   2:38:38 ()
 
kinks  days/bbc session remix   Options are the village green preservation society deluxe        2:45:56 ()
the sisters love  you've got to make the choice   Options our lives are shaped by what we l;ove: motown's mowest story 71-73 v/a  light in the attic    *   2:49:28 ()
minnie riperton  you gave me soul   Options petals        2:51:37 ()
telebossa  samba do budista   Options telebossa  staubgold    *   2:53:48 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 6/21/11 9:02am annie:

morning trouble... morning all.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:05am moose:

anyone else watching wimbledon at the same time? trouble tends to go good with tennis
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:06am listener mark:

good morning
someone has two right hands
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:08am Adrian in London:

Wowsa, Eagle/Deer to kick off the show?! Great! Glad she sent you a copy. Good morning/afternoon, by the way.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:10am Snidely:

It's Dudley Deuxright in the picture!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:11am trouble:

good day earthlings! today's art is by Lygia Clark and Helio Oiticica: they perform Diálogo de Manos whereby their wrists are linked by a Möbius loop. She is brazilian and linked to the tropicalia peeps, although more of a constructivist herself...

“Helio and I are like a glove. He is the outside of the glove, very much linked to the exterior world. I am the inside. And the two of us exist from the moment there is a hand which puts on the glove.” – Lygia Clark
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:16am pierre:

It has been a while since i came here to say a little : bonjour !
(the reason for that is that i difficult for me to listen, now that i've started my new job, but i'll make sure to it with headphone soon) meanwhile, i salute you Trouble with a warm and cheerful BONJOUR, as well as you all listeners extraordinaires
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:20am trouble:

wimbledon! i am jealous, sounds great to me...moose we received the most fabulous drawing in the mail last week, truly lovely!
Pierre: bonjour, we missed you!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:21am trouble:

hey adrian, thanks so much for pointing eagle/deer my way, beautiful release!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:22am pierre:

i miss you all a L.O.T.
(Lots Of Times)
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:24am Brian in UK:

Aftermorning. Are we talking chickens & eggs? vis a vis art work.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:24am Adrian in London:

Isn't it? Took a while coming but it was well worth the wait.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:28am miketp:

funk returns never left good morning truble and fine folks
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:31am Brian in UK:

Numero is one good label. Willie Wright reissue is a belter.What a voice.
Sounds like we've hit the country got soul early this day. YES.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:39am BodegaMan:

I got 2 of Numero's "Local Customs" after the last guest spot on Troubles show. both excellent
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:40am BodegaMan:

Trouble are you ready to incorporate Mouse songs along with your birds singing?

NPR story about mice singing for courtship

http://www.npr.org/2011/06/20/137224588/squeaking-up-a-storm-yes-that-mouse-is-singing
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am mjgoins:

that is AMAZING
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am trouble:

good morning miketp. love the blind restaturant you sent me a note about
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am annie:

hahahahahahahaha.. too funny... a great dj in the making, trouble
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am ao:

DJ ICEPACK!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am listener mark:

Oh Great! Now I have this in my head all day.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:42am jen v.:

dj icepack is getting good at picking the hits!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:44am listener mark:

and I need you more than want you, and I want you for all time,...
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:44am dave in vermont:

one of my favorite songs of all time, thanks. never heard this version-i heard a punk band do this at the ruch barter fair in oregon like 20 years ago and it was awesome!rippin guitar solo
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:44am mjgoins:

Just to clarify, choosing wichita is amazing, I didn't read the mice article yet.
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:45am Tuck:

700 awesome points to your son!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:45am grubbus:

I miss Jeff Sarge
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:46am Brian in UK:

'Although you may not have the most fabulous shape' What a sweet talker!!
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:48am murph:

nice to see Lygia Clark in morning - puts a shine on the mind for the rest of theday
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:50am moose:

we're all doing the worm out here
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:51am hamburger:

time to put on a bright purple + yellow tracksuit :D
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:52am trouble:

sorry bodegaman, mice don't fly, no go
  Tue. 6/21/11 9:58am listener mark:

Don't mention the cat. Scares the mouse something awful.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:03am Mighty Mouse:

I can fly, and, you know, I am fly!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:04am listener mark:

Why did the cow walk to town? She was going to the moo-vies.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:05am hamburger:

Why did the donkey go to the playground? To ride the hee-haw
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:09am Bryan:

Gee whiz, DJ Icepack is growing up. I hope you've saved all the mic breaks from past years ...
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:13am Brian in UK:

Love the typo trouble gort is how Prince Charles would pronounce it. Like lawst.

Respect to dj icepack.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:14am hamburger:

is he called DJ ICEPACK cos everytime people hear his tracks they get FEVER?
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:17am trouble:

fever in the morning fever at night
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:20am Lucas:

Hi Trouble and all listeners! Just tunning in but enjoying last three songs!!!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:20am moose:

a request! fever by helen shapiro- it K I L L S

(glad pic had happy reception)
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:24am hamburger:

not URA FEVER by -The- Kills? :) j/k
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:25am Lucas:

Yo Mc patate!!!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:27am hamburger:

wow
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:27am Stu:

Happy Summer Solstice . Big Midsummer's Day celebration coming up this weekend.
Moose and mice and DJ Icepack on the same show!! ( and Marianne Faithful! ) Cheers all
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:30am moose:

right! time to stand eggs upright!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:33am hamburger:

this track's so awesome!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:33am Lucas:

I agree!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:39am trouble:

hey stu! happy midsommer
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:40am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Hi Trouble, hey everybody.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:41am hamburger:

days only getting shorter from now till winter.. / the horror!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:42am still b/p:

I wisht I had time to go out and just watch the last light this evening.

Tangent Time: A few guitar bars in Los Mozos de Monleon sounded to me like "Love, This Is My Song, " the song that was a hit for Petula Clark and was written by Charlie Chaplin.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:46am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

How about The Rain Before It Falls by Jonathan Coe?
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:47am Lister Bill:

Amazing book - The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival (Vintage Departures) by John Vaillant
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:48am Adrian in London:

A Gate at the Stairs by Lorrie Moore was enjoyable last year. ANything by her is worth reading, to be honest.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:48am Vivian:

For our book club, I selected 'On the Road'. Next in the lineup, Rob Sheffield's 'Talking To Girls About Duran Duran' which someone on this messageboard mentioned last week!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:51am βrian:

I just read a remark Truman Capote is supposed to have made regarding Kerouac: "That's not writing; that's typing."
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:51am listener james from westwood:

science friday on npr had a list of science/nonfiction books, suggested by science authors & listeners; all books from the broadcast listed here: http://www.sciencefriday.com/program/archives/201105202
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:53am hamburger:

I never got 'on the road' :3
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:53am James:

Peter Bognanni's novel The House of Tomorrow details an unlikely friendship between Sebastian, a boy who has lived in a geodesic dome with his grandmother, and Jared a heart-transplant patient with a passion for punk music. A terrific story of the power of music to bring people together. This will make you want to start a band, like hearing a Ramones song for the first time.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:53am listener james from westwood:

the top list is somewhat more current/oriented toward recent releases, but there are probably some gaps to fill from older books in the second list from viewers/commenters, too.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:53am Jennique:

Summer books I highly recommend:
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski
Mr. Vertigo by Paul Auster
With by Donald Harington
and my old standard Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:55am Stu:

Kiittos ! " Purge" by Sofie Oksanen , She is amazing !
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:56am Prince Philip formerly known as a cypher:

Verwy well done trouble and what do you do for a living? Please do not ask one that question. Ones memory is getting frightfully vague.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:56am Neg-guh-tor:

'Renegade' by Mark E. Smith. Great. He was a tarot card reader for a while for extra money and very interested in the occult. Imagine that!
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:56am Lucas:

"The wild detectives" Roberto Bolaño.
  Tue. 6/21/11 10:59am Brian in UK:

Any by Niccolo Ammaniti will make you laugh & cry sometimes at the same time.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:02am hamburger:

how many books do you peoples go through in an average year?
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:04am βrian:

"It was inevitable: the scent of bitter almonds always reminded him of the fate of unrequited love."
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:04am Jennique:

Wow, great pick DJ Icepack! Sleigh Bells kicks it!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:06am Brian in UK:

Libraries for EVER. F**k Television. It's like a demanding child; unlike radio.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:06am still b/p:

Ah, good. I was just thinking of this song a few minutes ago.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:07am Jennique:

Ah Brian - quoting that book just makes me smile. :)
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:08am Adrian in London:

Has anyone here read anything by Steve Erickson? Not the fantasy writer but the LA novelist who wrote Tours of the Black Clock and Amnesiascope. HI work is occasionally compared with Paul Auster's but is much more spectacular and mind-warping. His characters crop up in various books and his take on LA is magical. There's really no other writer like him.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:12am Brian in UK:

Gombrich is such a good History primer for all ages. Then you can move on to his History of Art.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:13am stefica:

i've tried to get through bolano's "the savage detectives" without success yet; but 2666 was great!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:15am stefica:

i recommend "the tiger's wife" by tea obreht.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:18am maja:

i've never read anything by Niccolo Ammaniti but that's gonna change now.
Brian you've made me curious.
Trouble i love your show!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:20am Lucas:

@stefica: i havent read 2666, but many people told me it's great!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:24am ffrr:

2666 is a chore. Sometimes monotonous, othertimes wonderful. Not a summer read, but a good one.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:26am Adrian in London:

Oh, Ammaniti wrote Non Ho Pauro; I saw the film version and liked it very much.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:27am Guuzbourg:

Morning trouble. Thanks for playing Nicolas Comment.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:29am trouble:

o good morning guuzbourg a.k.a mr go on vacation and leave us hanging... we get nervous when you don't post. or maybe just i do. thanks for all the fabbbb music you connect me with via fillessourires.com
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:29am trouble:

thank you maja!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:31am J J:

Wow. Comments are reading like some Amazon Listmania thing. Summer reads the topic? Blue Movie by Terry Southern. Found it in a $1 bin. Hilariously bawdy. An award winning Hollywood director decides he wants to shoot the greatest porn film ever.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:32am Brian in UK:

J J better send that one to Station Manager!!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:35am Kenzo:

Image: Katherine Hepburn heading away on the train back home at the very end of Summertime.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:36am Adrian in London:

I know you weren't after page-turners but for trashy can't-put-em-down books I really like Lee Child. The character, Reacher, is a 6ft5 well-built ex-Army bloke; teeny tiny Tom Cruise has been lined up to play him in a film.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:37am Ben W:

London loves you, Trouble!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:40am trouble:

and i love london!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:42am Lucas:

This song is great!!!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:45am stefica:

i read 2666 in the summer.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:46am βrian:

"J'ai faim ! J'ai faim !"
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:46am David Baker:

St Albans ( a few miles north of London, England) loves you Trouble xxx
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:47am Lucas:

@Stefica: it was a nice reading under the sun? The wild detectives, it depends on the language youre reading i think
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:48am Mike East:

I was listening on the ride into the city. Great show, Trouble. Get that kid some lunch!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:48am Brian in UK:

Brian Mathew was doing the intro to the Kinks if anyone is interested.
Frightfully good show, trouble.
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:55am trouble:

st albans we love you!
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:56am trouble:

thank you brian in UK. that bbc cut goes out to penelope fitzgerald and "Human Voices". i must like that book a lot to use capital letters...
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:57am βrian:

In Vermont, that's pronounced "Snall Buns."
  Tue. 6/21/11 11:58am Brian in UK:

By the way I live in Watford 'bout six miles from St Albans. Crazy eh!
  Tue. 6/21/11 12:01pm stefica:

Lucas, Yes, in English it is published as Savage Detectives. I don't read under the sun, alas. It is too bright!
  Thu. 6/23/11 9:59pm Leigh:

'Synthetic Worlds' - Esther Leslie, about the invention of neon during WWII in Germany
  Fri. 6/24/11 6:01pm Marie:

Confederacy of Dunces (hilarity set in New Orleans), The Color of Water (crime, detective, mystery set in Sicily), and maybe most summer-oriented of all is Midsummer Night by Uwe Timm (is translated from German, set in the newly united Berlin!)
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