Street interviews with everyone from the homeless to the glitterati. Live call-ins, hyper-editing, original fiction, and obscure vinyl exhumation. Clay's soft-spoken ways elicit love from guests and listeners alike.
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|alice cooper||you drive me nervous||killer||warner brothers||LP||1972|
|the move||message from the country||split ends||united artists||LP||1972|
|led zeppelin||how many more times...||atlantic||LP||1969|
|rolling stones||fool to cry||black and blue||rolling stones||LP||1976|
|david bowie||stay||station to station||rca||LP||1976|
|bee gees||you should be dancing||children of the world||sro||LP||1976|
|loudness||let it go||thunder in the east||geffen?||1985|
|grand funk||inside lookin' out||grand funk||Capitol||2 LP||1969|
|neil young||words||harvest||warner brothers||LP||1972|
I quite simply ran out of time for the production of a "regular" Dusty Show. I feel guilty just playing a few DESOTO's for you. Seventies warhorses we've all heard a dillion times. Here they are, though. In all their glory. WIth a nervous, apologetic DJ.
FAIL? Only you can say.
At any rate, I hope life is great for you and that you're enthused and wading into it all with gusto and a dollop of fearlessness. This mortal thing is brief, you know. We must all get at it. OK then ... Christmas just ahead. Much to do. You are wonderful listeners and I'm pleased that you continue to listen. You can e-mail me at your leisure and it would be welcome.
Until next time ... take care and ... always remember
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