Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from September 3, 2009 Options

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Options September 3, 2009: A MOVEON.ORG Vigil for Health Care Reform - Columbus Circle - NYC

Listen to this show:

Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Andrew - Regional Coordinator from MOVEON.ORG
King's Road  Walk A Mile In My Shoes (Excerpt)   Options Let It Be/Hey Jude and Other Heavy Hits  Pickwick 33  1970?  LP   
 
Introduction to MOVEON.ORG event in Columbus Circle - Manhattan
The Beatles  Polythene Pam   Options Abbey Road  Apple  1969  LP   
 
Pamela has Multiple Sclerosis
Melissa Manchester  Come in From The Rain (Excerpt)   Options   Arista  1975  Single   
 
Dissenter at MOVEON.ORG Event
 
Nattella From Russia
 
Jerry Falwell Moment
 
Obama Smarter Than Clinton
Atomic Rooster  Breakthrough   Options In Hearing Of ...  Elektra  1973  LP  Love this old LP 
 
Dissenter's Girlfriend
 
Ted Kennedy Speech Played at MOVEON.ORG Event
 
Blue Oyster Cult Moment
 
Big Obama Fan
 
Diabetes and Asthma Aunt
 
Disgruntled Man is NOT Hopeful
 
Dr. Viraj Patelle - Montefiore Medical Center - The Bronx
Thin Lizzy  Warrior   Options Jailbreak  Mercury  1976  LP   
 
Listing of Cases - MOVEON.ORG Event
 
No Insurance
 
Fear of Catastrophic Illness
 
Colin Powell's Pie Charts
 
The Public Option
Slipknot  .execute. (Excerpt)   Options All Hope Is Gone  Roadrunner  2008  CD   
 
Please Don't Tell Him America Is The Greatest Country In The World!
 
Obama's Lack of Experience
 
Walkin' A Tightrope
 
Dennis Day Moment
 
Obama/WFMU Lover
 
Dr. Wrestling With Microphone
 
Physician Addressing the Crowd
 
A Stroke of Bad Luck
 
Guitar Solo - Jan Akkerman/Focus (1973)
 
A Broken System
Nightmares on Wax  I'm For Real (Excerpt)   Options Aftermath #3  Warp  1990  LP  Love this S--t 
 
NOW!!!
Bloodrock  It's A Sad World (Edit)   Options USA  Capitol  1972  LP  I know ... I play Bloodrock too much, but somebody has to! 
 
Casey on Health Care Reform
 
Random Latino Radio Burst
 
The Big Bully
 
McCainiac
 
Teabaggers are Real People
 
Disruptive Force
 
Bush Lessons in Un-Americanism
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber  Trial Before Pilate / 39 Lashes   Options Jesus Christ Superstar  Decca  1970  LP  My needle sounds like it's skating. :>( Might need a new one.) $$$ 
 
Bruce from Pennsylvania
 
Bruce was Badly Burned over 80% of his Body
 
This Could Happen to You
Marmalade  Reflections of My Life   Options   Decca  1969  LP  They wrote "Lovin' Things," later a hit for The Grass Roots. 
 
Dr. Blum - Pediatrician- Mount Sanai Medical Center
 
Insurance Companies Ration Care
 
A Sliver?
 
5% More $$$
Bloodrock  DOA   Options Bloodrock II  Capitol  1970  LP  Creepiest song ever? 
 
Cigar Men in Madison Square Park
  I errantly lost two interviews in Columbus Circle due to technical malfunctions. I was distraught, as the interviews were with two Republicans, one of which bordered on Town Hall-ish in intensity. So ... I went out in search of suits and cigars and all things conservative ... not always easy in Manhattan.
 
Improved International Standing
 
Corporation$ Run Amerika
 
The Heartbeat of America
 
Excuses, Excuses, Excuses
 
Can We Navigate Our Way Through This?
 
Homesick for Fairfax, VA
 
Hokies!
  Stanley Clarke Plays as I Flip the Cassette
 
Robert Dantuno and Reluctant Friend (Chelsea)
 
Republican Laggards
 
Miiss Information and Miss Communication
  Oh, Lord ... sans editing, this is pretty rough.
 
Obama So Far
 
A Thousand Flowers Bloom
 
Incremental
 
Some Sound Rationale
 
Woodstock Peace Love Groovy
 
Another Marionette Puppet
 
Texas Good Ol' Boys
 
What the %$#@ are You Doing???
 
Drop the Op
 
Loving Nixon
 
Assholes
 
Want a Martini?
 
Two Republicans
 
Single Payer
 
Inching Towards Socialism
 
Wholesale Changes
 
Between the Cracks
 
Lost Trust and Broken Promises
 
Politics Has Overwhelmed Everything
 
Divide and Conquer
 
Honest Treatment
 
Rock Chock Jayhawks
 
Shoddy Rear-End!
 
Therese with Scharpling
 
Throwin' The Clip
  Another show in the can. I enjoyed getting out and pushing further uptown in Manhattan as I generally hang out below Times Square. I guess I was hoping for an Election Night kind of vibe. In all honesty it was more sedate than I'd hoped. While there were certainly compelling people and stories to be found, the overall tenor of the event was a bit subdued. The magic does seem to have faded and people are obviously worried that Obama is dropping the ball. Time will tell.

I was also hoping for a bit more "Town Hall" type dissent to "spice things up," but that boiled down to one guy racing by on foot yelling, "You're runing this country!" I taped him, and lost it on a technical error. THAT was frustrating.

I did conclude one thing from all of this. I think I have fallen prey to the journalistic tendency to seek out the loud and the crazy and the sensational. Perhaps I even feel compelled to find that "someone" each week. It makes me understand the appeal of the FAR right and the FAR Left. It makes for more interesting TV and Radio. But, it is surely not representative of the better part of Americans. I think underneath it all I fear boring the crap out of you, which I'm probably doing with all this political content lately. Let me know. I am always interested in your opinions and thoughts. E-Mail me. I love hearing from the listeners.

dusty@wfmu.org

Until next time, have a great week and ... always remember.

Clay Pigeon - Manhattan USA


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