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Favoriting August 7, 2008: 4 am car call with andy waltzer guest dj from 11-12

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
nico  frozen warnings   Favoriting peel sesions      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Either/Orchestra  altchalcoum   Favoriting Live in Addis      0:04:49 (Pop-up)
Au  summerheat   Favoriting verbs  aagoo  *   0:11:22 (Pop-up)
caroline  je prefere parler de l'amour   Favoriting fleurs de papier      0:17:42 (Pop-up)
the new swing sextet  honeybee   Favoriting monkey see, monkey do      0:19:47 (Pop-up)
orange  the liquid nature of   Favoriting In The Midst of Chaos  de stijl  *   0:23:31 (Pop-up)
karen dalton  in the evening   Favoriting green rockey road  Megaphone  *   0:26:07 (Pop-up)
 
mazzy star  rhymes of an hour   Favoriting       0:37:15 (Pop-up)
althea and donna  make a truce   Favoriting Uptown Top Ranking      0:41:01 (Pop-up)
Balroynigress  shampoo & champagne   Favoriting Whispers From The Forests, Screams From The Mountains v/a      0:45:39 (Pop-up)
eula cooper  shake daddy shake   Favoriting Eccentric Soul: The Tragar & Note Labels (V/A)  numero group  *   0:49:25 (Pop-up)
The Orient Express  fruit of the desert   Favoriting the orient express  fallout  *   0:50:58 (Pop-up)
paul weller  have you mad up your mind   Favoriting 22 dreams    *   0:54:38 (Pop-up)
gloria brady  talk baby talk   Favoriting the women of sun records v/a      0:56:44 (Pop-up)
the move  i can hear the grass grow   Favoriting       0:58:40 (Pop-up)
los mirios  sonido amazonico   Favoriting roots of chi cha v/a      1:01:12 (Pop-up)
 
bengt berger with don cherry  Bitter Funeral Beer   Favoriting Bitter Funeral Beer      1:08:44 (Pop-up)
untitled (cynthia dahl)  christmas (california)   Favoriting untitled      1:18:09 (Pop-up)
Klimperei  La Soupente   Favoriting love you  jardin au fou  *   1:22:22 (Pop-up)
donna regina  my favorite mystery   Favoriting her beautiful heart      1:23:55 (Pop-up)
?  oblaka   60's- 70's russian cartoon soundtracks      1:29:12 (Pop-up)
billy nichols  being happy   Favoriting Forever's No Time At All: The Anthology 1967-2004      1:31:42 (Pop-up)
Hercules and Love Affair  iris   Favoriting Hercules And Love Affair    *   1:34:04 (Pop-up)
 
sebastien tellier  fantino   Favoriting OST lost in translation v/a      1:41:49 (Pop-up)
andres subercaseaux  morning again   Favoriting aqui    *   1:45:16 (Pop-up)
ladytron  season of illusions   Favoriting velocifero  nettwerk  *   1:48:21 (Pop-up)
Coralie Clement  vis-a-vis   Favoriting       1:51:38 (Pop-up)
vetiver  save me a place   Favoriting between      1:54:57 (Pop-up)
 
uncle floyd show theme    ANDY WALTZER guest dj's/WFMU greats weekend      2:01:44 (Pop-up)
children in adult jails  house of weenies   Favoriting       2:02:27 (Pop-up)
Fairport Convention  Tale in Hard Time   Favoriting       2:06:20 (Pop-up)
funkadelic  can you get to that   Favoriting       2:07:08 (Pop-up)
 
galaxie 500  tugboat   Favoriting       2:14:42 (Pop-up)
spongehead  mail it off to china   Favoriting       2:18:45 (Pop-up)
sun city girls  uncle jim   Favoriting       2:23:25 (Pop-up)
Skeeter Davis and NRBQ  Someday my Prince will come   Favoriting       2:26:08 (Pop-up)
 
algebra suicide  little dead bodies poem   Favoriting       2:33:47 (Pop-up)
the idle race  i like my toys   Favoriting       2:38:28 (Pop-up)
pianosaurus  Sun Will Follow   Favoriting       2:41:09 (Pop-up)
Jonathan Richman  neon sign   Favoriting       2:42:34 (Pop-up)
the chi lites  Stoned Out of My Mind   Favoriting       2:45:17 (Pop-up)
 
Daniel Johnston  i live for love   Favoriting       2:52:11 (Pop-up)
melanie  beautiful people   Favoriting       2:55:50 (Pop-up)
Hypnolovewheel  cows   Favoriting       2:59:08 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  9:05am
Dan from Toronto:

Trouble! Longtime listener, first time commenter. Today, for a change, I'm working from home, so I can finally listen to your wondrous show live, instead of via podcast. Looking forward to it!
  9:07am
trouble:

i stayed up way too late finishing anne patchett's truth and beauty, a memoir about her friendship with author lucy greely. Really great read, beautiful and sad!
  9:08am
Jim:

I skipped terrible work to study for something terrible. Maybe play something fresh and exciting for me!
  9:12am
trouble:

welcome first time commenters and oldtime alike...
  9:17am
gumby:

I'm not sure if it was this program, but someone recommended Snow Country by Yasunari Kawabato. I wanted to thank them, it is a great book to read in the summer sun. Filled with cold places and cold people, but beatifully written. As you said Trouble, beautiful and sad. But a good reminder of our frail humanity in an enormous world.
  9:23am
Bruce:

I just finished What Is the What, by Dave Eggers. Lots of pain and sadness written with beauty and hope.
  9:29am
daniel:

Remainder by Tom McCarthy. Just recommending, since I was amazed.
  9:32am
Jim:

I used to love Darren Daulton.
  9:35am
gumby:

Now I am reading 1491. Which is an update based on the latest archeological and scientific evidence about the people of N & S America before Columbus and what happened afterward. It is amazing in that 2008 science employed in studying what happend 500 + years ago is still just speculation. It is well written though.
  9:35am
mp:

The Cave by Jose Saramago. Also amazing. I need to pick up Truth and Beauty, i knew Lucy when she was in Provincetown (early 90's), a beautiful and troubled person in a beautiful and troubled place. which reminds me of Karen Dalton somehow. great show.
  9:36am
JP:

Ah yes, Dutch... I miss him...
  9:43am
catpatz:

have been reading the ice shirt by william t vollman ---- slowly, but its quite nice - - - distant and striking. and vikings !
  9:46am
bill:

I'm reading Space is the Place by John F. Szwed. It's the biography of the Sun Ra, born on Saturn and transported to this sorry planet to save our souls.
  9:48am
sebastian in santiago:

hello trouble and listeners/readers alike. just finished artificial respiration by ricardo piglia, from argentina. i have been forced by it to delve into wittgenstein's tractatus. can you believe it? i can't. never thought i would do something like that.
  9:52am
dc pat:

reading Red Harvest by Hammett...because I just finished watching Yojimbo then Fist Full of Dollars.
  9:53am
bill:

I just finished Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius by Ray Monk. Wittgenstein was an interesting dude. I've been on a biography reading spree. I'm waiting for Trouble's autobiography to come out.
  9:55am
Bad Ronald:

I just finished reading the comments on the playlist.
  9:56am
dc pat:

good job Bad, now you're all caught up on all there is to know...
  9:56am
55fps:

Watched 'jindabyne' which prompts me to re-read Raymond Carver, the master short storier.
  9:58am
EVKeef:

like your show a lot--a friend of mine asked me the other day where he can find archival recordings of swing/big band music 30s thru 50s that is sung in foreign languages--preferably Japanese/Chinese but he'll take others---have you ever seen a comp like this or know where to look? thanks
  9:59am
Jim:

Not new in the slightest, but always cool.
  9:59am
dc pat:

love this Move song.
  10:01am
Jim:

Who doesn't
  10:02am
dc pat:

Yeah, I don't blame them--it does sound like the Who.
  10:03am
Jim:

Oof.
  10:03am
daniel:

yyyyyyyyeeeaaaa!!!!!!
que viva la chicha!
a mover el culito!
  10:09am
Bad Ronald:

Correct Jim nothing moves me like The Move!!!
  10:11am
mp:

EVKeef, i'd point him towards the Secret Museum of Mankind series on Yazoo, though i don't think they have a specific release on the subject there are great things pertaining, throughout. http://www.yazoorecords.com/ethnic.htm
  10:14am
GP:

OK Trouble, now play some Matthew Dear "Don and Sherri" to make up for that, in which I used to think he WAS singing about Don Cherry until I read the lyrics...weird...
  10:14am
55fps:

Mention Don Cherry here up in Buffalo & one immediately thinks of the wacky hockey persona, who probably has had his fill of bitter beer.
  10:14am
trouble:

EVkeef, i don't know of anything, but check charlie lewis's playlists. his playlists are still up on line here, and he loved japanese and chinese old stuff.
  10:16am
Don Cherry:

55fps, you forgot to mention my plaid jackets and old school tough guy persona. I played without a helmet, you know.
  10:17am
55fps:

Sorry Grapes
  10:30am
m:

just got my marathon swag yesterday and washed dishes to the sweet sounds of trouble's premium -- amazing stuff!
  10:31am
daniel:

the russian france gall?
  10:35am
trouble:

m- I am honored that my premium got such a workout!
  10:42am
Ken from Hyde Park:

Today's show rocks. Good stuff!
  10:43am
Laurie:

I braved American Apparel for the new Sebastien Tellier. I needed it because the Eurovision contest entry, "Divine," was on it. "Divine" totally should have won, by the way. Booooo. So, I walked away with a wonderful CD and a hoodie dress.
  10:45am
Jim:

I wouldn't use the word rocks, but it's a good show.
  10:57am
gp:

MMMMM!, Coralie
  10:58am
Parq:

I am enjoying the whole show, as I always do, but I gotta say, this Vetiver track is especially pretty.
  11:04am
paul:

hey andy, i bought a bunch of time stereo cds from you on ebay. wooo.
  11:09am
trouble:

hey thanks for all the suggestions for summer reading. Not enough hours in the day...
  11:09am
Bad Ronald:

Funk-a-Licious!!!
  11:09am
submariner:

please to be playing Big Blood
  11:16am
Laurie:

I loooooooove Galaxie 500. I love "Tugboat." It is a really great mixtape song.
  11:19am
trouble:

that song would make a great sounddtrack for my imaginary life where I live on a tugboat
  11:21am
Bad Ronald:

"Tugboat Trouble"
  11:22am
Laurie:

Ha ha, you need to meet up with Tugboat Richie.




j/k
  11:23am
Bad Ronald:

I am currently looking at all the tugboats in NY harbor..
  11:23am
frenchee:

Ah, Spongehead.
LOVE the Hendersons & Kirby....
  11:26am
Jim:

Nice. Keep rocking.
  11:40am
Lucky:

I love "Uncle Jim"! I haven't heard that song in decades. That was an amazing era for the Sun City Girls live. Now the Idle Race? Wow, go Jeff Lyne!
  11:43am
Eddie:

pianosaurus? HELL YEAH.
  11:45am
Jim:

Got anything new?
  11:45am
R. P.:

I have a pianosaurus. From the Dollar Store. I thought I recognized that sound.
  11:46am
andy waltzer:

hi everyone, thanks for listening!
& trouble- have a BRILLIANT time at the beach!
hey, i really hope the squeaky chair comes back for an appearance at some point this weekend.
pianosaurus were so great! remember bianca "flystrip" miller? "I fell in love with my gynecologist?
  11:51am
Ike:

Andy, what did the janitor request? Heh.
  11:53am
andy waltzer:

He wanted Stevie Wonder or Michael Jackson.
  11:54am
Harvey:

Andy, I haven't been listening long enough to have heard your show when you were a regular, but you really are great.
  11:56am
frenchee:

I raise a glass to 1989--and to Andy. Thanks, Trouble, for handling over the radio reins to AW.
  11:57am
andy waltzer:

Thanks, Harvey (& while I'm here, thanks Paul!).
I love love love doing shows, any chance I get (next time for fill ins will be when I visit in September).
While I am here,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WFMU!
  11:57am
trouble:

harvey, andy has tons of past show that are archived at wfmu.org. go to the bottom of the page and look at 'on the bench'
  11:58am
trouble:

oh and HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDY!
  11:59am
andy waltzer:

Lucky, I should have brought my cassette of the high school band I was in (Um...Disgruntled Youth). We did a version of "Kill The Klansmen" by Sun City Girls that might be the height in pain inducing youth sounds.
  12:00pm
andy waltzer:

& happy birthday to everyone who ever has had or will have a birthday (always loved when Hova or Belinda would say that during Greasy Kid Stuff).
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