Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from August 21, 2008 Options

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Options August 21, 2008: Season Two - Episode 45

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
An Interview With Joseph
 
Cross-Bronx Accident
 
Lotion and Bleaching Cream
 
1972 Flashback
Carroll O'Connor & Jean Stapleton  Those Were The Days   Options All In The Family  Atlantic  1971  12"   
 
Bunker Bit
 
Good Times!
Sonny and Cher  I Got You Babe (Excerpt)   Options   Atlantic  1965  7"  Written by Sonny in his basement. 
 
Joseph Sings of Streisand, DiMaggio and Archie
 
V.A.M.P.
 
Roseanne un-does the Anthem
 
Joseph Likes McCain
 
Biden on Giulliani
 
Joseph is Homeless and Likes Rudy
 
Joseph on Jews
 
Jewish Poverty Facts
 
Kotter Moment
 
Zacharia!
 
Keyed Up!
 
Rotting Away
 
Venice Beach
 
Denver Moment
 
50 Cent Moment
 
Bam Predicts Dip
 
Unexpected Kudos For Brad Pitt
 
Jolie Admired
 
'Shroomin' for Trout!
The Commanders  The Commanders Overture   Options   Decca  1954ish  7"  Featuring Eddie Grady and Tutti Camerata 
 
Anna From Poland!
 
Polish Medal Update
 
Roseanne Again
 
Bird
 
Massage Therapy
 
The Problem Of Religion
 
Gene Jakubek Moment
 
17 Years Without Voting
 
Weird Guy With A Microphone
 
Jim Gillette Wails!
 
That Blind Opera Singer Guy
 
Ernrique! Ricky Martin! Justin!
 
Sexyback Moment!
 
Name All The Members of N'Sync
 
The J.C. Penny!
 
 
The Mormon Missionaries (and related facts)
 
Polygamy Truths
 
George C. Scott Drama Moment
 
Heavenly Entrance Exam
 
Palmyra, NY and the birth of Mormonism
 
More George C.
 
Brief Jesse Crawford Organ Interlude
 
Mormons On Muslim
 
Mitt-ens
 
Bamnation
 
The Other Mormon Kid
 
Nevada Facts
 
Again with the Tall Drink O' Water!
 
Radio Handshake
 
Bernice and Her Shy Friend
 
Floyd Flake of the 20,000 member Greater Allen A. M. E. Cathedral of New York in Queens is mentioned lovingly.
 
The Damned Race Card
 
Bush' Christianity Appraised
 
Reverend Wright Appraised
 
Barack's Chances Appraised
 
Feelin' The Pinch
 
Summer Eating with The Corpulent Britisher
 
A Chat With Volunteer Therese
 
Brian vs. Ken!
 
Begging for Calls That Never Come
 
Montauk Monster
 
The Griffin Theory
 
The Endless Disappointment of Bigfoot and UFO's
 
Disease Control
 
Call-In Dearth
 
The Calming Presence of Me
 
Angela The Waitress Schools Me On The "Blackout."
 
Blackout Stories
 
The Stand and its subsequent repulsionary qualities
 
Brownout vs. Blackout
 
Three Minutes To Kill
  I feel bad about the "Disco Safari" comment. No dis intended to Sinner's Crossroads
 
Name all the Spice Girls
 
Again ... Name all the members of N' Sync
 
Chris Kirkpatrick ... The Forgotten N'Sync'er
 
Dud
 
Din
  Another show comes to an end. Are they starting to suck? have they been sucking for some time? I know that I have dropped the ball to an extent and that pure laziness has reared its head and injected itself into the proceedings. I keep telling myself, "this week I will get back out there and do a full-on, interview-heavy show," and then, I end up putting in all the filler material and lame "live" stuff, no offense to Therese, who has been nothing short of marvelous.

Don't even listen to next weeks show. It is abyssmal and goes beyond simple ball-dropping.

I don't know. Maybe I am in a slump. Maybe I'll have to sit out a season and see if I can't rally in some way. Take up a new hobby. Kite making or fish or something. Aquarium design with all the coloured rocks and sunken plastic ships and such. It might relax me. I'm all wound up.

I hope you have a tremendous week. I am so glad you listen. I certainly don't hear much from you anymore. Just a trickle of unenthused e-mails from an ever-dwindling cadre of Dusty faithful. Won't you e-mail? Out of mercy if nothing else?

dusty@wfmu.org

Hey! I'm activating the D-SAM in an attempt to re-vitalize interest and give you another avenue of expression and communication. Call and leave me a message I can play on the show. Think of something. Read a poem. Sing. Play a blistering lead on the guitar. Make your pomeranian go into a barking frenzy. Break an expensive vase against the wall. Anything. Call NOW!

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Until next time Dust Devils, always remember!


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