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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New Approx. start time
marie la foret  un amour qui s'est eteint   Options the fruits of love          0:00:00 ()
donovan quinn  laughing city   Options honky tonk medusa        *   0:01:52 ()
alex chilton  something deep inside of me   Options free again : the "1970" sessions  Omnivore Recordings       *   0:07:00 ()
Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra  family affair   Options MTO plays sly  royal potato family    antony hegarty on vocal  *   0:09:21 ()
Juana Molina  sonamos   Options segundo          0:14:10 ()
fennesz + sakamoto  02:0319   Options flumina  touch      *   0:25:51 ()
massive attack  dissolved girl   Options mezzanine          0:28:18 ()
the toure-raichel collective  ane nahatka feat cabira casay   Options the tel aviv session  Cumbancha      *   0:33:13 ()
 
love joys  how long   Options reggae vibes          0:39:04 ()
RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK  introduction and medley a>) goin home b) sentimental journey c) in monument d) lover   Options the vibration continues          0:44:28 ()
barbara & ernie  somebody to love   Options prelude to...          0:49:49 ()
monomono  e je 'a mura sise   Options give the beggar a chance          0:53:27 ()
the diplomats  honest to goodness   Options talcum soul 4 v/a          0:57:36 ()
nina simone  ain't got no-i got life groovefinder remix   Options remixed & reimagined          0:59:58 ()
 
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions  satellite   Options through the devil softly          1:09:47 ()
suzanne ciani  princess with orange feet   Options Lixiviation  b music      *   1:14:10 ()
jeff phelps  excerpts from autumn   Options personal space electronic soul : 1974-1984  Chocolate Industries      *   1:17:28 ()
guitar red  disco from a space show   Options personal space electronic soul : 1974-1984 v/a  Chocolate Industries      *   1:18:23 ()
ELO   last train to london   Options           1:21:58 ()
masters at work  the ha dance ( ken/lou mix)   Options Voguing and the House Ballroom Scene of New York City 1976-1996 (V/A)  soul jazz      *   1:27:14 ()
Malcolm McLaren With World's Famous Supreme Team   do y' like scratching?special remix   Options     12"      1:30:47 ()
microphonies  we got the beat   Options Beat LA: A Benefit for Haiti (V/A)  narnack      *   1:35:04 ()
ELO  evil woman   Options           1:37:11 ()
rosetta hightower  rocking chair   Options Hightower          1:41:12 ()
ismael rivera  el yoyo   Options maelo  fania      *   1:46:27 ()
mighty fine  call me trouble   Options get up to get down  drug front      *   1:48:13 ()
adanowsky  j'aime tes genoux   Options amador        *   1:50:34 ()
 
kieran hebdan and steve reid  morning prayer   Options the exchange session vol 1          2:05:04 ()
francois & the atlas mountains  cherchant des ponts   Options e volvo love  domino      *   2:08:20 ()
willie hightower  back road to town   Options willie hightower  honest jon's        2:11:23 ()
mouse on mars  wienuss   Options Parastrophics  monkeytown records      *   2:15:49 ()
time zone  zulu wildstyle instrumental mix   Options     12"      2:19:48 ()
musette  concon anne   Options drape me in velvet  hapna      *   2:27:40 ()
shabazz palaces  youlogy   Options black up          2:30:33 ()
Cheryl Williams  they don't know him like i do   Options           2:33:44 ()
karantamba  satay muso   Options Ndigal  teranga      *   2:36:15 ()
Jill Kroesen  ride your pony   Options stop vicious cycles          2:45:34 ()
 
the electric lucifer  national anthem to the moon   Options created by bruce haack          2:51:54 ()
abbey lincoln  straight ahead   Options straight ahead          2:54:22 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:05am trouble:

good shiny day all
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:08am annie:

:)
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:09am groucho:

Manchester, England signing in
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:09am northguineahills:

Crisp morning to you all!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:11am stefan:

a good day from berlin (& thanks for playing baloji & konono no.1 last week, I enjoyed their video on yt)
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:12am bw:

Trouble! tuned in from Lyon
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:14am Nathan:

So the dudes in the picture are all like, "Hey, you're blue, what you doin hanging with our lady?" and the blue guy is like, "Back off man take a hit off this shit and chill the fuck out." and the other dude on the left is like, "I'm goin take this negligee off and get involved." The monkeys obviously don't give a crap and the peacock got hot-boxed and getting blown away by it's own feathers.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:16am Van in DC:

Top of the morning to you trouble!
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:16am trouble:

bonjour bw! must you rub it in???enjoy a cafe au lait for me!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:18am Parq:

OK, so we have a teeny contrast-legibility problem this morning, but ten points for style. Way digging this Molina.
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:21am trouble:

good morning berlin, washington DC, manchester and all around the love globe
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:25am Van in DC:

This is lovely, almost something like what Kate Bush would compose
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:28am bw:

trouble! Im not rubbing it in - I will drink one for you xxx - the music is great
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:28am still b/p:

Up this way, the cold, like the cat, came back. Windows rattled, body bundled, bike buffeted...say brrrrr.
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:30am trouble:

xx kisses to you bw
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:31am groucho:

I spent a couple of years teaching kids in northern England the Ramayana story in the form of a theatre piece and almost perfected the way I first told them it, but Nathan just well and truly kicked my arse with his awesome summation!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:38am bw:

I am blasting your french back out the window at the french!!!
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:40am trouble:

careful bw, my mispronunciations could cause a manifestation
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:41am Nathan:

@groucho I was just taking the piss. The actual story is obviously more interesting. Though I'm retroactively disappointed they didn't have the Ramayana in my elementary school library. Only the Greek, Roman, Nordic and Egyptian mythologies.
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:42am trouble:

here's some ramayana magic for you:www.sitasingstheblues.com
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:45am Parq:

Haven't heard this Rhasaan (sp?) in the best part of 35 years. A welcome surprise.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:47am hamburger:

so this - all one guy?
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:47am r i s k y:

Rashaan! Go trouble!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:48am Deepak:

isn't Rahsaan just amazing? Thanks Trouble.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:48am Nathan:

Thanks Trouble, I will watch that video later. It looks hilarious.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:49am northguineahills:

Rashaan is amazng!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:51am pgw in mntclr:

it's true. autoharps are pretty amazing too.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:53am J-Mar:

AWESOME version of "Somebody to Love"! Nothing like hearing a worn-out song in a fresh context. For instance, I thought I didn't like the song "Light My Fire" until I heard Eleanor Friedberger sing it on the Portlandia tour. It sounded pretty good.
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:53am groucho:

@nathan I know you were taking the piss, but your version would have gotten through to the kids alot quicker! we didn't have it in our schools either, part of the reason we developed the project, plus we live in a BNP stronghold (like, lots of racist political types have power) so we wanted to flaunt Diwali under their noses & educate their kids without them knowing. we got to thousands of them over a couple of years too!!! muahahaha
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:54am groucho:

Somebody to love! wow what a version, tis on my list of things to hunt down now
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 9:57am trouble:

and the rest of that barbara and ernie record is super fab too!
  Tue. 3/27/12 9:57am Jennique:

Trouble - thanks for that Nina Paley shout out and her animated version of the Ramayana. She deserves all the attention for that animated movie she made. Side note - one light fixture is actually installed on my wall and works!
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 10:00am trouble:

jennique i love that story in the ramayana best, the light fixture tale of morality and lust. wink wink
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:01am Cecile:

Yummy Can Future Days colors
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:04am Nathan:

@groucho I understand your motivations... and they're good ones at that. Exposure is the best policy. You can't fear something you've encountered and vaguely understand, it's no longer 'alien'. But yeah, you've gotta speak their language, as well as make them laugh. Funnily enough I had a dream last night about encountering some near-albino BNP child who was mocking a Morrissey tour in the UK because 'e's a poof'. His dad was there as well... strange dream. Also involved flying a Cessna and being stopped & harassed by Moroccan police for landing in the wrong place. But ultimately all those dream events were potential nightmares that were diffused by diplomacy.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:06am bw:

people are looking up at my window!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:08am bw:

drink raised darlin!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:08am Berg:

I'm broadcasting you in the centre of Paris currently, dear ;) they seem to wonder where the birds are..
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:12am Jennique:

Trouble - monkeys and peacocks are really handy electricians.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:12am Magda:

Hope Sandoval sounds like a honey covered dream. Is this her new stuff?
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 10:13am trouble:

oooh but i did put up georgia anne's new single video on the facebook page lovelies! check it: www.facebook.com...
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:13am trsh:

sounds like Lindsay D
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 10:13am trouble:

hey magda! this is her 2009 relelase. i think there is one after that too
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:15am joe:

'ello folks
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:16am Magda:

I'd love to check that out.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:17am groucho:

@Nathan wow. wait, what? haha I love how dreams seem apropos of nothing. do you have a dream diary? after a while everything becomes clear, or doesn't but it'll make more sense, if that makes sense
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:19am Magda:

I've been in a dreamy music kinda mood. Hence now why I'm obsessed with Alice Coltrane.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:20am Cecile:

I was making out with Taika Waititi, director of Eagle vs Shark and BOY the other night in my dreams. I was quite angry at the alarm when it woke me. Even better, i was thin in my dream.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:23am Cecile:

because I could find nice pants for under $20.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:23am groucho:

@cecile have you tried Lucid Dreaming, where you can control your dreams? google it, it's 2 mins work a day for a month or two then boom, you're banging Taika in no time. I fly alot in my dreams. best.feeling.ever
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:24am Patrick:

Trouble, loving this funk/disco set!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:24am Cecile:

no kidding? Taika and $19.99 pants every night? nice.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:24am Deepak:

unmistakably ELO
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:27am Nathan:

@groucho I should keep one. Jung was into dreams and I just finished Man and His Symbols late last year. I generally keep track mentally and adjust accordingly without fussing too much over them. I've had a lot of flying dreams lately, which I haven't had for a very long while. But that's to probably do with the fact that I'm heading into a much desired career change.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:27am Parq:

Does the last train to London stop at Clarkesville? One more thought on Rahsaan -- on the same album, there is a soul-stirring version of "Rugged Old Cross".
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:30am ffrr:

Hi T & all. Herzog's 'Cave of Forgotten Dreams' has quite an impressive soundtrack. DVD extra features composer Ernst Reijseger & his 5-string cello. It's a knockout.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:32am PKNY:

Thanks for playing the Supreme Team, it's a good look!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:35am trsh:

I really like scratching.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:38am Jennique:

Love the Go-Gos cover. Most excellent!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:40am paula pc:

whatever we did to deserve two elos in one set -- THANK YOU, Trouble!!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:40am kwhitehead:

Love the ELO Trouble, they are totally under rated. You may want to pull out ELO II some time, just for the amazing song "Kuiama." A huge 11 minute jam. It sounds like the band doesn't want it to end.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:40am v k:

always interesting how much different/better ~overplayed/mainstream songs sound when played by a discerning dj
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:43am βrian:

Oy. 1975 at the IMF auditorium. We all hoisted our lighters in salute.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:52am Berg:

j'aime j'aime j'aime...!!
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:53am joe:

The image on the play list looks like someone uncovered the earliest edition of Playbill. :)
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:54am trsh:

happy knees on the bounce and jiggle
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:54am Cecile:

Shirley et Company.
  Tue. 3/27/12 10:59am Trouble's Former Neighbours:

Your point?
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:00am Cecile:

There is also a accompanying book to the house CD. It's fantastic.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:01am Brian C.:

The ELO lyric? I thought it was "medieval woman". Seriously.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:02am Dave B:

Happy Tuesday.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:03am Cecile:

there's a lot of ELO I can't handle, but Evil Woman still sounds good and different years later.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:03am trsh:

She was a motorcycle stunt woman Evel Woman
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:04am trouble:

love it : medieval woman!!! why aren't there any fab songs like that brian c??

hellooooooo patrick! happy tuesday back at you dave b
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:05am trouble:

good trsh, very good
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:06am Dave B:

Medieval Woman?

Is she related to Merkin Woman by the Guess Who?
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:09am Cecile:

Medieval Woman sounds like Celtic Woman - probably a big flashy touring madrigal show.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:12am Stu:

Morning Trouble and all the modern listeners in the world. We have moved from the days of darkness to the days of lightness! nice music and funny comments today! cheers! S
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:13am Cecile:

excuse me Gregorian chants.
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:17am trouble:

hey stu! happy spring to you and the moomins
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:20am Mike East:

I was going into the tunnel when "evil woman" came on, so I missed it. Can you play it again?
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:22am Dave B:

Trouble - is this Time Zone track on the Celluloid label? Worked there in the late 80s, right about when "World Destruction" came out.

This track set me back in the WABAC machine for a spell..
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:22am Jennique:

interesting factoid I gleaned from NY1 news this morning - Tim Tebow used the word excited more times in his press conference than the Pointer Sisters did in their song I'm So Excited.
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:25am trouble:

yes dave b, 1983 celluloid. jenn: tibow is my mom's new nemesis ( she would adopt tom brady if he would allow it)
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:25am annie:

swear this sounds just like rock-it
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:26am Van in DC:

was thinking the same annie :)
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:26am Dave B:

annie - The Celluloid "house" DJ at the time was Grand Mixert DST (later to become DXT)

He was the one responsible for the Rock-It scratching...
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:26am trouble:

annie: this is afrika bambaata...
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:28am annie:

yeah, i had to look up at the screen to check.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:30am Cecile:

dave, do you remember an Ann Arbor band that was on Celluloid, the Urbations?
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:30am ken:

very pretty concon anne
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:34am Dave B:

Cecile - the name rings a bell. I'd have to dig thru the remnants that I still have from those days (late 83 - 85). My time there was primarily stockroom and postering. Good times none the less.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:34am Brian C.:

The cool thing about thinking it was "medieval woman" was that I was in 10th grade when I was into that LP, learning about the dark ages from a VERY boring teacher. Song kept going through my head while taking endless notes…
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:36am Cecile:

they were a 50s-style r'n'b band that was inexplicably popular in NYC for a hot minute. I liked their spin off band, the Watusis, a lot better. They were both Ann Arbor bar bands in the best and worst senses - they did the best, most obscure covers, but their originals didn't live up to that.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:37am Jennique:

Brian C: I had a similar problem with a chemistry teacher when the song "Promises, Promises" came out by Naked Eyes. I kept humming "Molecules, Molecules" in my head...
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:41am Dave B:

now you've piqued my interest Cecile...
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:43am Maqrmalade kitty:

great music, Trouble!!!!
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:43am trouble:

jennique, i think you and i together would make a good music team for bill nye the science guy!

UNRELATED: hey has anyone out there seen a brit sitcom called black books? soooo funny, one of the writers also wrote for the painfully funny father ted
Avatar    Tue. 3/27/12 11:44am trouble:

merci marmalade kitty!
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:44am Maqrmalade kitty:

bill bailey!
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:46am joe:

Black Books is hysterical. On Netflix if anyone is interested.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:47am glenn:

black books is very funny.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:49am sugarwolf:

dylan moran in black books is one of my secret sales person role models, but i don't think my bosses would like that
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:52am groucho:

Graham Linehan. what a man! @glinner on twitter. best writer in England. I've seen everything he's written except for the new Ladykillers play, which I'd love to see, a remake of an old Ealing Comedy, I'd kill to meet him
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:53am Jennique:

Trouble - that would be so much fun! Bill Nye is the coolest.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:53am Stu:

3 hours of magic every thursdayimeantuesday! kiittos!
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:55am tony:

Besides BB and FT, Graham Linehan also created The IT Crowd, but beware, there may still be an Americanized version of it on the horizon.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:55am Jennique:

Gotta jet! Great music as usual. Peace out.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:57am Dave B:

on the IT Crowd tangent, might I suggest "Snuff Box". Matt Berry is great in that.
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:58am KevinfromBayRidge:

Good day to all. Been in & out of listening range but parts I heard were great!
  Tue. 3/27/12 11:59am Van in DC:

Thank you for the great show, trouble.
  Tue. 3/27/12 12:00pm trouble:

cheerio!
  Tue. 3/27/12 12:04pm Maqrmalade kitty:

Bill Bailey off of black books..live:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMNX11y0dVo
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