Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from June 4, 2009 Options

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Options June 4, 2009: Jane-4000 Military Computer Fills-In For Clay Pigeon

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Introduction - Jane-4000
  OK, so I didn't have a show prepared. To be honest, I think I threw this one together day-of-show. It happens sometimes. Life gets hectic or I go out to do interviews and kind of "freeze up." For whatever reason, this Jane-4000 show was the result of such a week ... I ran out of time and had to "wing it." I hope you understand.

So, I typed out some hype and let Jane do the rest. Actually, I found it to be really fun ... the bad part is, sometimes she is a little hard to understand. I didn't exactly push the envelope either in my song selections. Kind of trotted out some tired chestnuts I'd already driven into the ground. Forgive.

 
Jane selects a song from her onboard library.
 
No Beatles.
 
Jane's potential to explode.
Lobo  I'd Love You To Want Me   Options Of A Simple Man  Big Tree  1972  LP  Born Roland Kent in Tallahassee, Florida. Lobo is HUGE in Vietnam, seriously. 
 
Jane is a re-constituted military computer.
  Roswell? Aliens? This is terrible.
Kraftwerk  Computer World   Options Computer World  Capitol  1981  LP  I have played this so many times on the show it's ridiculous. 
 
Artificially generated emotions sent from Toledo.
  Jane-4000 requests e-mail. Write her!

dusty@wfmu.org

Isaac Hayes  Theme From Shaft   Options Shaft  Enterprise  1971  LP  Yes, I've played it to death. But, it just keeps getting better. RIP I.H. 
 
Jane-4000 is superior in all ways.
  Actually, I miss the pancake supper world of my youth.
 
Smacked about the housing.
Elvis Presley  Suspicious Minds   Options   RCA  1969  LP  Elvis' last #1 song. 
  Another request for e-mail, which I really do need. Please write and tell me where you are listening.

dusty@wfmu.org

 
A Shout OUt from Jane-4000 to Dirk Hagar.
 
No to Gordo.
 
More Stimulation!
Judas Priest  Grinder   Options British Steel  Epic  1980  LP  According to Scott Ian of Anthrax, this LP "defined metal." 
 
Robert Halford ... Metal God
 
Blimpy!
Billy Cobham  Stratus   Options Spectrum  Atlantic  1973  LP  Almost too much ass-kicking to realistically contemplate. 
  Wow. Sadly, the show is worse when I actually took over LIVE. :>(
 
Thank you Terez for assisting me.
 
$5 Street Hat
 
My voice sounds so high.
 
Jumping The Shark
 
Spinal Problems
 
Osteopath Promotion
 
Failure To Elicit Calls
 
Mary Tyler Moore Theme (Terrible ... Embarrassing)
 
Again ... Phone Failure
 
Fredericks From New Port Richey
 
My voice is so high ... I want a low manly voice.
 
Novacaine wear-off
 
Paralyzed Eyelid
 
13 Cavities
  Jesus. I can't believe I revealed my deplorable health neglect
 
Fun Hundred Show ... Lead Balloon
  Apologies for butt-kissing comment Fred.
 
Making Wiki
 
Boomer Flashback
  I shouldn't go live. Too revealing ... too boring.
  I sound so miserable and crabby and jaded and old and boring. Sorry.
 
Singing "One" (Ill-Advised)
 
3-Dog Night Forum
 
Carly Simon Forum
 
Tuh - Rezzzz
 
Janis Ian Allusion
 
Juice NEwton Nightmare
 
BOC Flashback
 
Clay ... SHUT UP!!!
  Thank you Frederixx
  Thanks for checking out this episode of The Dusty Show. It wasn't a very good one, and that always disappoints me, as I care and always hope to make shows you'll like. As I mentioned earlier, sometimes the weeks get away from me time-wise, and so I have to scramble to put something together. All-in-all, I guess I'd rather do that than play a re-run. Enough damned excuses. Thanks again for listening and, hey, if you do find a moment, send that e-mail. You wouldn't believe how they brighten my countenance and give me reason to forge on.

dusty@wfmu.org

Well, that's it then, for this time. I am so incredibly behind with these playlists. Maybe one day I'll catch up. Take care and have a wonderful week, whoever you are, wherever you are. Hang in there and ... always remember.

CP - 6-2009


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