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A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Alice Coltrane 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 Year New Approx. start time
broadcast  drums on fire   Options extended play 2        0:00:00 (Pop-up)
william tyler  to the finland station   Options behold the spirit  tompkins square    *   0:03:31 (Pop-up)
maquiladora  D(obro) to F   Options wirikuta  lotushouse    *   0:08:30 (Pop-up)
pascal comelade  moment   Options detail monochrome    1985    0:13:54 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  chanson sur toi et nous   Options star        0:16:15 (Pop-up)
broadcast  belly dance   Options extended play 2        0:20:11 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  tout ce qu'on dit   Options francoise hardy        0:24:48 (Pop-up)
broadcast  echo's answer   Options echo's answer        0:26:37 (Pop-up)
catherine howe  up north   Options what a beautiful place        0:34:39 (Pop-up)
belbury poly  caermaen   Options farmers angle and the willows        0:39:20 (Pop-up)
clarinette  a shining cold   Options transmuting fall  celebrate psi phenomenon    *   0:42:45 (Pop-up)
blur with laetitia sadier  to the end   Options parklife        0:49:23 (Pop-up)
iggy pop  les feuilles mortes   Options preliminaires        0:52:02 (Pop-up)
broadcast and the focus group  a quiet moment/i see, so i see so/you must wake   Options Broadcast and The Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age        0:56:09 (Pop-up)
kid smith & family  mama you're a mess   Options baby how can it be? songs of love, lust and contempt from the 1920's & 30's v/a  dust to digital    *   1:00:01 (Pop-up)
cher  go now   Options         1:07:54 (Pop-up)
antoine  juste quelque flocons qui tombent   Options je reprends la route demain        1:11:33 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  wenn dieses lied erklingt   Options portrait in musik        1:14:19 (Pop-up)
the durutti column  party   Options The Fruit Of The Original Sin (Les Disques du Crépuscule comp)        1:16:43 (Pop-up)
nezhnoe eto  Sosachki Electr Version (Les Sucettes)   Options         1:20:16 (Pop-up)
Nelson Angelo e Joyce  sete cachorros   Options Nelson Angelo e Joyce        1:22:33 (Pop-up)
paul haig  mad horses   Options         1:25:35 (Pop-up)
serge gainsbourg  Boomerang   Options         1:29:59 (Pop-up)
syl johnson  falling in love again   Options complete mythology box  Numero Group    *   1:32:51 (Pop-up)
broadcast  pendulum   Options pendulum        1:34:40 (Pop-up)
dënver  lo que quieras   Options         1:39:16 (Pop-up)
eglantine gouzy  mr spoon ( two stones)   Options hauschka versions of prepared piano v/a        1:52:17 (Pop-up)
colleen  past the long black land   Options les ondes silencieuses        1:54:28 (Pop-up)
shirley collins  barbara allen   Options sweet england    1958  *   1:58:04 (Pop-up)
cosmic rocker  lovegrass and magic   Options the orchard compilation v 3        2:02:46 (Pop-up)
klaus & kinski  el ray del mambo y la reina de saba   Options         2:08:47 (Pop-up)
francoise hardy  il pretesto   Options         2:11:52 (Pop-up)
daft punk  the son of flynn   Options ost tron      *   2:14:19 (Pop-up)
ginger ale  le grand sommeil   Options         2:15:48 (Pop-up)
marianne dissard  la peau du lait   Options l'abandon      *   2:19:53 (Pop-up)
orange juice  L.O.V.E love   Options ...coals to newcastle      *   2:29:19 (Pop-up)
donald woods and the belairs  death of an angel   Options         2:32:13 (Pop-up)
joe bataan  if i were a king   Options saint latin's day massacre        2:35:23 (Pop-up)
the great experieince  don't forget to remember   Options         2:39:30 (Pop-up)
soft circle  light bright   Options shore obsessed      *   2:41:57 (Pop-up)
noonday underground  kiss me   Options the K-O chorale      *   2:45:52 (Pop-up)
susanna  can't shake loose   Options flower of evil        2:48:40 (Pop-up)
wild nothing  vultures like lovers   Options golden haze  captured tracks    *   2:55:35 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am annie:

morning trouble!
  9:05am CheriPi:

G'Morning Trouble & Annie!
  9:12am trouble:

good morning gals! good morning, good ice globes
  9:22am texas scott:


lurkin' in the background.
  9:23am Andrew Glencross:

RIP, Trish. :(
  9:27am trouble:

honoring trish's passing and francoise hardy's birhtday in one breathe...strange.
  9:29am Tom:

Echo's Favorite .. favorite Broadcast song. The song that went through my head when I heard about Trish.
  9:35am Jennique:

Happy soggy morning Trouble!
  9:37am annie:

trouble do you have that iggy pop/francoise duet of i'll be seeing you?
  9:38am david from ks.:

,,,admition to a hospital can be a death sentence for some people depending on the "disease" the patient has,,,,,
  9:48am :

this is good, like La Monte Young covering Martin Luther Adams´ Into The White Silence. Also has a Colleen vibe to it...
  9:48am trouble:

no annie i don't! i had never heard of of it till you mentioned it, thank you! i will now look for it!
  9:49am :

i mean John Luther Adams
  9:49am postmanpaul:

I wish I could take you up stairs to bed with me Irene, to listen to as I dose off beneath heavenly blips and bleeps and rare birds circling overhead...
  9:49am Michael from Bay Ridge:

Hi Trouble! Any Francoise recommendations for a beginner?
  9:51am Jennique:

I love this Blur/Françoise Hardy version of To The End. Great video too with Juliet Binoche.
  9:53am don:

mornin trouble. lot of puddles out there and maybe i fell in love this weekend. thanks for keepin tuesday so ruby.
  9:53am annie:

yar ya is: great tune
  9:55am trouble:

good morn jennique! sad to say i forgot the francoise version and this album version is only with laetitia sadier, drats!
  10:00am mike tp:

i made it in some spooky music too
  10:04am postmanpaul:

Whoops, I'm done for. Forgive me Trouble for getting my Irenes and Troubles mixed up! It's been a hard day, believe me.
Hi dee hi annie and all commentators!
  10:05am :

all this amazing music i´ve never heard before...
  10:10am glenn:

i said to myself, "self, says i, can that possibly be cher singing go now"? and lo and behold, it was. and it was good.
  10:11am glenn:

that said, i still like the moody blues version.
  10:13am Adrian in London:

Afternoon/morning all, rushing round like an idiot but loving the show, esp Fabcoise of course.
  10:20am annie:

trouble did you see that link? shall i email it to you?
  10:22am mike tp:

its funny my niece from florida lives with me and my wife mary. jenna my niece cant get used to the weather i tell her jan and feb these 2 months you pay your dues walla its march. some funky music will warm us up too jenna s only 15
  10:22am annie:

HI jenna!!!
  10:23am Jennique:

Not sure what language this is, but like to think she's singing about slot cars.
  10:23am trouble:

yes i saw it but didn't chec k it, is it the francoise and iggy?
  10:25am annie:

yes, i can email it to you..
  10:26am Michael from Bay Ridge:

Anyone have any favorite Francoise records to recommend to a newbie?
  10:28am trouble:

sorry michael, i lost track: any greatest hits will do you. since she was an 60's pop star the singles were the thing back then.. in the 70's i really like the lowwwwww ness of "star", but then i do love all that she does practically.
  10:28am annie:

looks like the only time an fmu dj played it was back in '98!
  10:29am trouble:

i can grab it from the accuplaylist, thanks annie!
  10:33am Michael from Bay Ridge:

Thanks, Trouble!
  10:33am vanessa&german:

Hola, Trouble! We are loyal listeners from Hudson County but we decided to migrate South for the winter with the rest of the birds. Sending sunshine your way all the way from Santiago, Chile. Happy Birthday, Francoise!
  10:33am mike tp:

annie jenna says hi
  10:34am annie:

hehe, sweet!
  10:35am vanessa&german:

@Michael from Bay Ridge: I picked up a Vogue Years greatest hits (double disc, 50 tracks) for $8 from Amazon...I found it to be a great intro to lovely Francoise.
  10:35am trouble:

hola vanessa and german, chile sounds great right around now! hello mike tp.
  10:37am Michael from Bay Ridge:

Thanks for the tip, Vaness & German!
  10:39am moose:

i'm sorry i didn't realize how good broadcast was until these recent days
  10:43am trrs:

Same here, moose. Good music. Sad news.
  10:43am Adrian in London:

The two or three albums Françoise did in English are great too. Loads of them are on Spotify, if you have that in the US.
  10:44am still b/p:

Morning from Maine.
How d'ya like our Gov.?

Governor LePalooka
Has recast Maine's renown:
Step back, lobster, moose and loon,
We're famed for a jackasss clown!
  10:45am mike tp:

the gardens of gabool
  10:45am Aaron:

You are not alone trouble, you are not aloneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
  10:47am Issac from Tijuana:

é = ALT + 130
  10:47am Mariano:

The umlaut (or trema as it's known in Spanish) is a stylistic thing, not grammatical, like the one over the N in Spinal Tap.
  10:47am Michael from Munich:

An Umlaut over the E is not a part in the German language
  10:48am Richard:

My 12 year old and I rejected that owls movie based on its trailer, during which the filmmakers essentially tell THE WHOLE STORY, INCLUDING IT'S TRIUMPHANT CONCLUSION, over the course of 5 minutes!
  10:48am Webhamster Henry:

My kids picked up on the formulaic nature of Guardians of Ga'hoole adn there was no way they were going to see it. They look at www.kidsinmind.com to get a heads up on objectionable material, which they object to constantly.
  10:48am mike tp:

fun with languages with trouble
  10:49am Richard:

It must be too early in the morning for me. Please forgive my grammatical error. ITS TRIUMPHANT CONCLUSION
  10:50am Mariano:

Btw, e-umlaut lower-case on a PC is [Alt] 0235. You have to enter the numbers on the numeric keypad instead of the top row of numbers. Have to keep the alt key pressed down as well.
  10:52am Jennique:

Being at the museum of natural history, I can totally relate to bad foot traffic planning. COMPLETE bottleneck in the Hall of Human Origins renovation. HATE WALKING THRU THERE. Not right. Not right at all as it is a great hall.
  10:53am Michael from Munich:

@Mariano What do I do if I don't have a numeric keypad on my laptop?
  10:53am annie:

sorry bp... i heard a great piece on the show from 2-4 on WERU yesterday. he told it like it was.
  10:55am trrs:

é è
ë Ë
  10:55am Patrick and Emily:

good morning trouble. it was warm enough here to wake up to some song birds singing. but warm is relative...
  10:55am Staceyjoy:

Great show today, Trouble! thank you xxxooo
  10:56am trrs:

Loads of E's accented eeeetc. here:
  10:58am jaw:

Was the guy in the piano any good at MOMA?
  10:58am trrs:

  11:02am vanessa&german:

Mariano answered the umlaut question, but turns out Denver is a Chilean band...thanks for the heads up, Trouble! Do you remember the name of that blog you were on last night?
  11:05am BW:

Trouble - you already played this track! Aug 2nd 2007! jeesh
  11:07am trouble:

hello stacey!!! vaness&german, the blog was http://revista69.com/
  11:11am trouble:

thank you mariano!i did it, digital success.
  11:12am still b/p:

annie -- I'll look for that in ERU archives if they add it. Thanks. I assume you mean the commentator told it like it was, not our lunkhead-in-chief.
  11:12am Mariano:

Michael from Munich: As far as I know, on a PC, you'd have to use a program like Word and use the Insert/Symbol menu, which isn't very graceful. Sorry I don't know more!
  11:15am listener james from westwood:

i'll probably never see the actual movie, but i am hugely digging the "tron" sndtrk (same thing w/ "the social network"). good cardio music @ the gym.
  11:18am northguineahills:

a cheery beautiful start to an otherwise loverly gloomy tuesday........
  11:24am CheriPi:

YES do it again!!! I look forward to it.
  11:25am CheriPi:

Also-you need a t-shirt design.
  11:25am sugarwolf:

I would like some handknits and cookies, please.
  11:26am Adrian in London:

Yes, more French girls stuff please.
  11:26am Patrick:

how about a t shirt and a 7"!
  11:26am Andrew:

It's very cool looking, with a passable story, much like the original.
  11:27am Andrew:

Plus, the music is great!
  11:27am Bill K:

How about girl/synth comp? New Tron: See it in 3D and treat it like a long music video and you'll be OK.
  11:27am Jeezy:

I think what would be WAY more interesting AND totally creepy would be more of a focus on YOU the DJ! :-)
How about a series of pics and audio journal entries on CD so we can learn more about what you do in your "normal" life?
  11:27am willie:

new tron is a visual circus. its a shame they didn't bother to write it at all.
  11:27am saintpeg:

Was forced by husband to see Tron 3D yesterday, and was expecting the worst. It's not so bad! And I can't imagine the original Tron got stunning reviews and it first came out...
  11:28am Issac from Tijuana:

TRON Legacy == not that good but its still very fun. wish there was more action and less dialoge
  11:29am annie:

before i forget, i'd like to recommend a great movie made in iceland with bjork(?) called "the juniper tree" mesmerizing
  11:29am Chris:

The Daft Punk soundtrack elevates the film, but it would be better suited for a coffee table sized book highlighting the designs and color schemes of the film. They really poured their hearts into the designs...and not the script.
  11:31am truffie:

Poor old Edwyn - did you read about his myspace copyright troubles?
  11:32am edzo:

Anyone know what the link to the "South American blog" is? Can't seem to find it!
  11:34am CheriPi:

The t-shirt should be baby blue, with french birds on it.
  11:34am Adrian in London:

By the way, has Anna Calvi reached the US yet? Debut album on Domino is great. Strong voice, Telecaster, torchy songs, ever so slightly gothy. It and the British Sea Power albums are playing in my house pretty constantly at the moment.
  11:36am nick:

Thanks, Trouble;
I haven't heard that Orange Juice track since The WNYU New Afternoon Show, 1981.
  11:43am sean:

I second Jeezy's idea. I'd donate to learn more about Trouble
  11:49am Jeezy:

Yes! Not just Trouble but Dave the Spazz, Ken and others...
As you listen over the years, the DJ becomes a sort of virtual friend anf one wants to learn more about them and their lives!
  11:49am trouble:

urgh no, sounds dull to me.
  11:49am Adrian in London:

I'd donate to learn less about Andy Breckman!
  11:50am Jeezy:

Especially Trouble though...
Being a super-hip DJ adds major MILF points.
Haha...I will support Adrian too.
  11:50am Jennique:

I third Jeezy's idea. I would pay for a cd of songs that shaped Trouble the d.j. OR you could just play songs about Rhode Island.
  11:51am Jeezy:

Finally! A dose of well-needed creepiness in the too often tasteful confines of the playlist comments area...
  11:53am Jeezy:

I like Jennique's take on this... It would be very interesting to get premiums where each DJ really shows the tracks that shaped them into who they are today...
  11:54am Fritz:

Birds might use concepts from music theory in creating their songs, according to new book (Why Birds Sing) by New Jersey professor
  11:54am annie:

i think i'm happy with the edge of mistique held between listener and dj
  11:55am annie:

mystique!! i spelled it wrong.. damn
  11:57am PMD:

alas, missed all the show. I'll be in the archives!
  11:57am trouble:

thanks for the feedback ! will throw this into the main frame computer and see what spits out....
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