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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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Options March 6, 2012: for the love of musics w/dave muller

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New Approx. start time
tom jones  without love( there is nothing)   Options           0:00:00 (Pop-up)
the clovers  lovey dovey   Options           0:03:36 (Pop-up)
the lovett sisters  i don't want to set the world on fire   Options gals of the big d jamboree          0:05:58 (Pop-up)
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings  THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND   Options naturally          0:08:12 (Pop-up)
tina britt  I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know   Options Mama's Got A Bag Of Her Own (v/a)          0:13:17 (Pop-up)
salsoul orchestra  oooh i love it ( love break)   Options Voguing And The House Ballroom Scene Of New York City 1976-1996  soul jazz records      *   0:19:04 (Pop-up)
orange juice  lovesick   Options           0:25:42 (Pop-up)
chairman of the board  Give Me Just A Little More Time   Options           0:27:58 (Pop-up)
lonely kid quentin  j'ai tire   Options j'ai eu vingt ans          0:37:17 (Pop-up)
max tundra  gum chimes   Options Parallax Error Beheads You          0:38:01 (Pop-up)
the clean  tally ho!   Options tally yo!          0:43:42 (Pop-up)
Bing Li Jing  sunshine love   Options shadow to shine          0:44:03 (Pop-up)
mulatu astake  shagu   Options new york addis london the story of ethio jazz 1965-75  strut        0:48:49 (Pop-up)
omo  live show   Options the white album          0:51:35 (Pop-up)
alice coltrane  govinda jai jai   Options radha -krsna nam sankirtana          1:04:59 (Pop-up)
william onyeabor  beautiful baby   Options Atomic Bomb          1:10:02 (Pop-up)
the pied pipers  amayo   Options take over zimbabwe hits v/a          1:18:02 (Pop-up)
kevin harrison  views of the rhine   Options fly  glass        1:22:11 (Pop-up)
michael rother  kazenmusik 8   Options kazenmusik          1:25:37 (Pop-up)
general strike  guided missiles   Options danger in paradise          1:27:52 (Pop-up)
calder quartet  string quartet (1960)   Options terry riley: two early works  75 records    mixed in with sir richard bishop, 'ectoplasm', "graviton polarity generator"    1:44:54 (Pop-up)
James Tenney  spectral canon for conlon nancarrow   Options cold blue          1:57:59 (Pop-up)
music box from the rita ford collection  toreador song/bizet by carmen   Options wound up opera          1:58:59 (Pop-up)
the adi cakobau girls school choir  vakaraubuja bogi vivaka   Options voices of fiji          2:00:49 (Pop-up)
the beatles  because   Options anthology 3          2:02:29 (Pop-up)
    here at the waters edge a voyage in sound 1  folkways     mixed in with "ballades, danses et chansons de flandre et wallonie"    2:05:19 (Pop-up)
Tony Schwartz    children and god          2:12:12 (Pop-up)
Tony Schwartz    the new york taxi driver          2:19:20 (Pop-up)
Tony Schwartz  improvosation of instruments   Options millions of musicians          2:25:26 (Pop-up)
beastie boys  party's getting rough   Options rock hard          2:34:01 (Pop-up)
moondog  pastoral   Options moondog II          2:50:22 (Pop-up)
chas smith  beatrix   Options           2:52:47 (Pop-up)
billy childish/musicains of the british empire  wise blud   Options the sound of white columns    7"      2:57:57 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am Van in DC:

Good morning Trouble & guest Dave!
  9:02am gail:

WHOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOO Dancing dancing dancing in celebration of WFMU's successful drive and the gorgeous humans linked together thruought the wfmu universe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am trouble:

without love we have nothing: but wfmu has your love! good morning lovelies!
  9:05am pierre:

Bonjour Trouble !
great show to come, i'm at ease, gently working, and this is the best soundtrack possible to my day.
  9:06am Cheri Pi:

I feel so depraved from marty's show-Trouble, help me find my way back home.
  9:06am T-Zero:

Morning. Heh! Time to switch things up a bit from listening to Princeton classical.
  9:07am Brain in KU:

I'm all shook up after marafun success, trouble. Doctor says the only cure is more music on a basis daily.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am trouble:

bonjour pierre! hello gail and van, brian and t-zero! all is well cheri pi, no probs here, and no swearing at least....
  9:09am Brain in KU:

Hey T-Zero. Missed you at Bill Macs.
  9:09am PKNY:

Yes yes yes on the SJDK!
  9:11am Marty McSorley:

This is one of my ALL TIME FAV covers. So epic!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am trouble:

that's a lot of initials pkny...good morning marty!
  9:11am T-Zero:

Brain? KU? Heh, I don't remember if I was awake and listening or not. I think I was...
  9:12am Parq:

Never heard this before. Funky Woody, way cool!
  9:14am T-Zero:

Just checked the archive. I think I must have been tired and gone to sleep. The playlist didn't look familiar. I think what I only heard about the first 3 tracks... My sleep pattern has been off more than it usually is.
  9:14am listener james from westwood:

a week without trouble is as unthinkable as a world without wfmu. glad we've got both for another year.
  9:14am Bob in DC and/or VA:

Morning Trouble! Congratulations to you and all WFMU-dom for goal-attainment.
  9:17am T-Zero:

Not familiar with Tina Britt. This is fantastic.
  9:20am Brain in KU:

I'll second that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am trouble:

L-O-V-E, all going out to you the super listeners!
  9:24am maja:

well it reached me! hello Trouble, hello listeners!
  9:28am ?:

g'morning to all from philadelphia! :D
  9:29am T-Zero:

Haven't heard this in ages...
  9:33am still b/p:

A rewind to give us that "bdddddt" two times. Nice. A favorite feature of the song.
  9:34am Thom Ristow:

Nothing better than animal sounds in the morning
  9:35am listener mark:

This is great !
  9:38am pierre:

i've met the guy, and decided to write down an interview of him to post it (with some mp3) on the wfmu blog (teaser)
  9:42am Cecile:

Man, I missed CoB and the Salsoul Orchestra....
I got that Voguing box set and book.
The 3 disc set is great, but the book, WOW.
  9:44am v k:

donated pre-marathon...then 2 weeks of zero wfmu listening ...listened to kcrw a fair bit instead...thrilled wfmu is back to (ab)normal
  9:46am Cecile:

If you've seen Paris is Burning and loved it, it's just essential. This French photographer set up camp (hah) in NYC from 1989-92 and just took hundreds of pictures in the studio and out in the clubs.
  9:48am still b/p:

Kenzo, please to be making the WF dog vogue a bit in goal-attaining triumph.
  9:49am Cecile:

Yes, make it compete in the Canine Realness category.
  9:55am T-Zero:

Well, that was a catchy little tune...
  9:55am Kellen:

checking in from sweden!
  9:56am Cecile:

Yo La Tangy.
  9:56am Jennique:

"Jennique, party of two, your table is ready."
Dinosaur BBQ
  9:57am Cecile:

Jennique, thank you for the reading material. Fantastic! Even my grumpy, pop-culture indifferent husband loved them.
  9:58am Cheri Pi:

All this chirping-here's a shameless plug for local bird photographer, I have a lovely print of his Mourning Dove in my home: http://broadcastphoto.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Birds/G0000hIG87isNmJA/I0000Nz9i.kl37FI
  10:00am Cecile:

hi, Cheri!
  10:01am Cecile:

just beautiful. Wow, I love those colors.
  10:02am Cecile:

I might have to get his mockingbird for my stepmom. Lovely.
  10:03am MD:

  10:03am Jennique:

Cool Cecile! Glad to provide reading material fodder!
  10:04am Barney:

hurray for chemistry (& art)!
  10:04am Cecile:

the price is right! Wow. His prices are really reasonable.
  10:05am Cheri Pi:

He makes the best frames too out of gently used wood and board games from the vintage period. I wish I could show you my dove-it has these blurry orange leaves in the background and the dove has a bright blue shadow under it's wing.
  10:07am Cecile:

wow. That just settled my Christmas present for my stepmom. She'll love it.
  10:10am Caryn:

Oh man, those photos are lovely, and the frames sound fabulous too! I love the finch in water and the tufted titmouse.
  10:10am Cecile:

I take it you need to email him to get info about the frames?
  10:11am herb:

oh that is sooo nice, the ALICE COLTRANE. and a very nice conversation with DAVE MULLER (what a nice jewish boy. he's jewish, eh? oh sorry, maybe i shouldn't go there.)
  10:15am Cheri Pi:

Yes Cecile, he'll be happy to come up with something for you, if you need any more info let me know. I think I paid $65 for it framed and I feel like it's worth 10xs time that.
  10:16am Potato:

this sounds like a backing track from Too Much Information
  10:17am glenn:

  10:17am Cecile:

nice, Cheri. I'll go with a smaller one - she's got gobs of stuff on her walls, but wow, it will be nice.
  10:20am Cecile:

you know, glenn, they used to hold kids born after November 1 back a year for development reasons here in the States. A lot of people mention that in the article. They way my husband talks (born 10/22) he might have benefitted from that, too. Although he's done A-ok considering...
  10:25am don:

having fun, trouble! and congrats wfmu on meeting your goal! perhaps officially the most inspiring establishment this side of the nacho
  10:25am Shana:

Good morning from sunny Ann Arbor
  10:25am Cecile:

yay! ann arbor!
  10:26am Deepak:

love this track 'views of the rhine'
  10:29am Cecile:

Wow, nice cover.
It is a great weird old doo-wop tune.
  10:30am Potato:

Anyone know that blog-friend Trouble mentions from time to time? ----andtechniques?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:31am trouble:

  10:31am glenn:

weird old doo wop, you say?
  10:32am shay:

hi dave, enjoying your selections. can you tell me what mulatu astatke track you played?
  10:34am Potato:

Oh thanks Trouble! Ha ha
  10:34am mickthedog:

Hey you guys - it's afternoon here in Aberdeen UK! So thanks for the greeting! Mick
  10:34am Adrian in London:

Morning all.
  10:38am Deepak:

and 9pm here in India.
  10:44am Potato:

It's Potato Salad Time!
  10:44am dc pat:

I gotta say, it's a real pleasure switching on FMU knowing that we made the goal. Congrats to everyone.
  10:46am shemp, the blind poet:

Whatever this is, is just what the doctor ordered. Beautiful.
  10:46am shemp, the blind poet:

Whatever this is, is just what the doctor ordered. Beautiful.
  10:51am Maurice, the Mute Manatee:

Dontcha know it shemp!
  10:52am Caryn:

@glenn: nice weird doo wop there ;)
Actually, it just reminds me of how "Mack the Knife" somehow became a swing tune about a "cool cat"... Aren't the singers reading the damn lyrics?
  10:55am Cecile:

it's the 1950s translation! they softened it up a whole lot.
  10:55am Van in DC:

Really enjoying this
  10:57am Deepak:

this string quartet is quite fantastic
  11:00am kat330:

Toreador Song!
  11:01am Marmalade Kitty:

agreed, with you Van & Deepak!
  11:04am Caryn:

Just singing along here...
  11:05am Marmalade Kitty:

aahh aaaaaaaaaaahhhh..
  11:08am kat330:

@Caryn: Me, too... just Because....
  11:08am Marmalade Kitty:

This makes me want to vist the seaside! I havent see the sea since the summer. Maybe hop on a train..
  11:10am Caryn:

@Cecile: of course they did, and yeah, the rape of the bride and the burning down of the nunnery are gone, but he does still kill 2-3 people in the softened up version. Then again, when Sinatra sang it, he added in the lyrics about "an offer you can't refuse", so maybe the supposed mob connections make the whacking of people more acceptable? Who knows...
  11:12am dc pat:

this is great, boat sounds, etc..
  11:17am joe:

Good I got off that confrence call in time to catch more trouble.
  11:17am dc pat:

this is even greater, kids talkin
  11:18am joe:

Well if he says I don't have to pay taxes in heaven I'm on board.
  11:19am Caryn:

"Flandre et Wallonie"? Why not just say Belgium?
  11:20am some other guy:

I am so much smarter than little kids.
  11:20am Andrew:

Oh man, these kids are hilarious and tragic!
  11:20am Caryn:

Does that one kid say "to lie down and read pastors" instead of the real line?
  11:27am joe:

Holy crap when did the Bronx become a communist state?
  11:29am stu:

I hope so! Great show
  11:30am moose:

what a treat! thanks dj trouble
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am trouble:

hey stu! happy almost spring. daylight savings time is this weekend for us.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am trouble:

hey moose!
  11:33am Brain in KU:

  11:34am Nate in Detroit:

Can somebody get this guy a regular show? Loving this!
  11:36am Mike East:

"Give me just a little more time" made my morning on the drive into work. Thanks for that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am trouble:

good morning mike!
  11:39am T-Zero:

When does the time change again in the UK?
  11:40am Brain in KU:

T-Zero 24th March I think. It's usually a couple of weeks changeover.
  11:41am T-Zero:

Thanks. Seemed like you went first in the fall... Can't believe it's that time again already...
  11:42am kat330:

@T-Zero: Do I recall correctly you're in the Columbus area? If so, did you have any effects from Friday's severe weather?
  11:43am T-Zero:

Hi, kat. No. Nothing at all.
  11:45am kat330:

That's good. Mighty close to me and right on top some family here.
  11:47am T-Zero:

I don't know why, but where I'm at in the city I usually gon't get much of anything except temp fluctuations. I was concerned about family in IN, but it missed them as well. Hope your family are fine.
  11:50am kat330:

Thanks for asking. Beginning to wonder about the playlists since I've returned. My nephew is a counselor at the Henryville HS that was destroyed, but no one personally injured.
  11:51am Guuzbourg:

Is it too late to say 'Bonjour Trouble" ?
  11:52am kat330:

This is lovely...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am trouble:

bonjour guuzbourg!
  11:53am Guuzbourg:

  11:54am T-Zero:

@kat: That's good that they're safe. I think in both IN and OH it was the south that got it. My parents are NE of Muncie. Though to be candid, I've not been paying much attention other than I noted the number injured/killed. I'm usually more aware but have been kind of out of it the past few days.
  11:56am kat330:

Maybe that's everyone's excuse. At least I'd prefer to think so.
@Trouble: thank you for a most beautiful journey this morning!
  11:58am Jennique:

Thanks for bringing in the west coast/sun/art influence. Peace out.
  11:58am Caryn:

Lovely show, thanks to Trouble & Dave!
  11:59am dc pat:

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