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Options December 16, 2010: The Moederbott (A Story) - Interviews - Curiosity Shoppe Finds

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Some live banter with Fabio and Julie
 
Blake Edwards discussed.
 
Derek confusion and subsequent embarrassment.
 
Filmography
 
Bone Solo
 
Bodner Info Here - http://www.spaceagepop.com/bodner.htm
 
Fabio's Pleasure Faces
 
Casket Pink Cell Phone
 
Rude Age Question
 
Magic Reference - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezkx07HYylo
 
Station Manager Ken's Black Velvet Undies
 
Fabio's Fascist Hang-Tag Hatred
 
Four Sweet Minutes of Yakkin'
 
The Legal
 
WMFU Truck Driving Fans
 
Julie is Movin' On Up! - http://wfmu.org/playlists/JQ
 
We're All Nice
 
Bowling and Taverns
 
Secret Cigarette
 
Two- Minute Warning
 
Throwing Fab a Fin
 
Loving The Listeners
 
Fabio and Julie's Parting Messages
 
Going To Laptop
             
 
The Moederbott - A Story by Clay Pigeon
  I hope you enjoy the Moederbottt piece. There were a couple of problems with it. First of all, a couple of minutes in, a moved the laptop and the connective cable came out, causing a brief silence (13:10) that leaves out some important dialogue. Maybe I will have a chance to correct this in the future.

Also, at the end of the story, there is supposed to be an explosion, which somehow did not get included into my final mix-down, so it's rather anti-climactic. Both of these things were very frustrating to me.

I have a bad habit of writing and producing things for The Dusty Show the night before the program airs, so mistakes don't get fixed and I am always rushing right up until the last minute.

For this story, I made it up as I went,overlapping the dialogue and inventing voices for each character. Commander Prim was definitely inspired by James Mason. Agent L is your basic midwestern guy. The computer is invariably inspired by HAL9000. The Supreme Commander, I don't know, maybe the old voice talent who said, "Would Drano let you hurt your pipes!" The Moederbott itself was a bit of an afterthought and was possibly inspired by Theodore Chipmunk.

I think the movie Zardoz, which my wife and I had just watched, inspired the vibe of the story. Here's a link to that:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zardoz

I tried to create a unique style of dialogue with ways of communication that our different from our own, yet seem very normal to the people in this story. Hard to explain. Anyway ... Hope you like it.

PS - Did I mention that I RUSHED this story? I did. I was running out of time and it was time for me to leave for the station to air the show. I had to wrap the story up FAST. I should be more disciplined and flesh these stories out ... make them better, but I am impetuous, and if I don't do things right away, I seem to lose interest. This whole show was supposed to air the week before. It initially included a story I have not aired yet called, Paralysis, but I mothballed that at the last minute for the Moederbott piece. I never got a chance to produce the three interviews, and the records I played at the end, well, it was filler, to be honest,

 
Post Moederbott musings ... live.
 
Digital Fun Thing
 
Snapping and Barking
 
Loving Life - Loving You
 
Goose Fat
  I stink live without Fabio and Julie. I can hear my panicky nervousness.
 
Lingering
 
A Plea for Email - DUSTY@WFMU.ORG
 
An Interview with Cornelius in Penn Station
 
Obamatok™
 
What would YOU tell Obama?
 
Are YOU Hopeful for the Future of the Country?
 
A Moment for Terror
 
Corny's Holiday Wish
 
An Interview with Trevor, a student at FIT - http://www.fitnyc.edu/
 
Textile Development
 
Designer Heroes
 
Kanye and Gaga
 
Optimist/Pessimist/Realist
 
Obamatok™ II
 
Rogue Nader Mention
 
Heroes II
 
Trevor's Message of Peace and Love
 
An Interview with BARZ - in front of Madison Square Garden
 
Old School Heroes
 
What Happened to Little Kim?
 
Are YOU Hopeful for the Future?
 
Real Itchin'
 
Heroes III
 
AWOL Dad
 
Obamatok™ III
 
What's Important to YOU?
 
BARZ' Words of Advice
 
BARZ' Message of Peace and Love
 
Do YOU Love America?
Young Barz  Title Unknown   Options Street Demo  N/A  2010  CD  Hope the "N Bombs" don't offend. I thought to censor them, but it seemed to diminish the authenticity of the work. 
 
A Nod to Brooklyn
 
Getting Sentimental with Fabio
 
Christmas Spectacular Promised
 
Embarrassing Song Failure Moment Leaves Me Red-Faced
  Since I had my laptop with me (a rare occurrence) I decided to play a song I wrote called "Motorcade". However, my usual ham-fistedness when it comes to technology made for an epic FAIL and I was unable to play the song. Perhaps it's just as well. I don't generally like to play my own songs on the show. Seems like a vanity move. Fate intervened.
 
Piano Frenzy (later I found out I had the LP on 45rpm, unintentionally.
 
A panicky, meandering explanation of the Pre-Marathon meeting at WFMU.
  The Gales of Northember are actually associated with fall, I believe. I should have said The Ides of March. Hindsight is 20/20, but I hate stupid mistakes like that. This is why I am no Don Imus.
 
The Curiousity Shoppe
  I don't like the word, relish.
Morton Gould w/The London Symphony Orchestra  Windjammer   Options Digital Space  Varese Sarabande   1979  LP  Contains an audio sample from the Universal movie, "Jaws," (1975). Quint (Robert Shaw) has a verbal exchange with Hooper (Richard Dreyfus). One of my all-time favorite movies. Also, how nice to play something from 1979. A year I rarely seem to play records from. 
Eastman WInd Ensemble  The Stars and Stripes Forever   Options Remember America  Mercury/Wind  ?  LP  Contains an audio sample from The PBS Newshour that features President Obama responding to critics of his tax bill compromise, 12/10 
Focus   Happy Nightmare/Mescaline   Options In and Out of Focus  Sire  1973  LP  sloppy editing at the end of the song ... again, hurried. 
Boz Scaggs  1993   Options Down Two Then Left  Columbia   1977  LP  No apologies. 
Modern Sound Record's Studio Musicians  Help   Options That English Sound  Modern Sound  '60s?  LP  This is actually better than I wish it was. 
N/A  Horses Neighing in Stalls   Options Sound Effects Volume 5  Audio Fidelity  1963  LP  Also played, Beehive - Angry Bees, Chickamauga Dam, Tobacco Warehouse Auctioneer #2 and Bible Reading In Cherokee by Indian. 
 
Yes Moment
Patrick Moraz  Descent   Options Patrick Moraz  Atlantic  1976  LP  Contains an audio sample from the Paramount Pictures movie, Airplane! (1980) featuring the late, Leslie Nielsen. 
N/A  Excerpt   Options Soundcraftsmen Instructional Test Record      LP  No label or year were listed on this album. It's beautiful though. Broke the seal! Always produces a type of palpable remorse afterwards.

I must have my stereo wires crossed, everything is backwards in my headphones. Thank you Soundcraftsmen! It worked. 

David Byron  Midnight Flyer   Options Take No Prisoners  Mercury/Bronze  1976  LP  I'll always have a soft spot for Uriah Heep and the late David Byron. Here's a great youtube clip and some reading. Indulge.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4o--q6xuvs

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Byron 

Grand Funk  Inside Lookin' Out   Options Grand Funk Live!  Capitol  1970  LP   
 
Talkin' With Betsy
 
Throbbin' Bass - Awesome!
 
Possum
 
Silver Fox
 
5 Pts.
 
Mark Farner Moment
 
Flat Out GFR Jam
 
Thanks for checking out this episode of The Dusty Show. A mix of many elements. Live, Digital, tape, music. I hope you enjoyed it. I always dream of an error-free show, but alas, it seems unattainable. I'll keep trying. I hope you are enjoying the season and that you're ready for Christmas or whatever you celebrate at this time of year. I'll be heading back to Iowa with my wife, always a wonderful experience. Wish I could go just a bit further out to western Iowa and the old home place. Homesick for it. Feels good, though, in an add way. Emotions are good. Well, my friends, have a good week and hopefully I'll pull together some kind of holiday show. Or, I might just completely crap out.

I'd love an email should the mood strike. No one ever says the town they email from. That's my favorite part. The ol' pin-on-the-map thing. Help me out.

dusty@wfmu.org

Take care and ...

Always Remember.


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