Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from October 20, 2011 Options

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Options October 20, 2011: OCCUPY MILWAUKEE 10/15/11 - PLUS! PACKERS/RAMS AT LAMBEAU!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Weather Report  The Moors   Options I Sing the Body Electric  Columbia  1971  LP  Recorded in New York 40 years ago. 
  This show was recorded on-site at Zeidler Park in Milwaukee, Saturday, October 15th, 201l. during Occupy Milwaukee.
 
Laura, Steve and Jim
Pat Metheny  Country Poem   Options New Chataqua  ECM  1979  LP  Music behind Laura, Steve and Jim 
 
Sanitation
  Note: I decided, after initially recording the show without background music, to add background music LIVE as the show aired. This turned out to be challenging - It required cueing 24 records in the hour and coordinating them with the interviews and soundbytes I was airing from my laptop. This came off with reasonable success, although it made me question the necessity of having music in the background, when the sound of the crowd and the chanting and the natural street ambience seemed to make a good-enough music of their own. There was an instance where my laptop crashed altogether, during the 'On Wisconsin' march. I had to re-boot quickly and find my previous place on the show, which caused hair loss and muscle weakness.

I really enjoyed returning to Milwaukee, where I lived for six-years. After the Occupy Milwaukee march, my wife and I motored on to Green Bay to visit relatives. While there, we attended the Packers/Rams game at Lambeau Field. What a great time we had! I met some new people, too, and they're here on this episode of Dusty.

 
Jerry the Ironworker
Glen Scott  Sylk 130   Options Heaven  Giant Step  ?  12"  Music behind Jerry. 
 
Matthew Fires 'em Up!
Alfred Newman  Ada Quansett - Stowaway!   Options Airport- Motion Picture Soundtrack  Decca  1970  LP  Music behind Matthew 
 
Women
Shazz  Not Listed   Options   Not Listed  Not Listed  12"  Unmarked 12" - Music behind the women. 
 
Occupy Milwaukee participants sing "Thisi Land Is Your Land."
 
The Button Man
 
Kelly Of Lake Geneva, WI
Pat Metheny  Daybreak   Options New Chataqua  ECM  1979  LP  Music behind Kelly. 
 
Obama - Courtesy of ABC News Nightline
Erykah Badu  Tyrone (Instrumental)   Options   Universal   1997  12"  Music Behind Bam. 
 
Former SDS Member
Daniel Trowbridge  The Farewell   Options 1985 Meadowlark Records Sampler  Meadowlark  1985  LP  Music behind Former SDS Member 
 
Crowd Sings 'Humbly We Bless This Ground."
 
A Trio Of Activists
Tempera  444444444444444444444444444444444   Options     ?  12"  The only information on this day-glo orange sleeve is 'Tempera' and L'Animaux Tryst. Fabio had a notion as to what it meant. I just stared on, dully. The music behind the trio of activists. I could have Googled it and all that crap but I can't bear it. 
 
We Are the 99%
 
Woman At The Front of the March
 
A digital patriotic thing.
 
Men Exhort Crowd
Synergy  On Presuming To Be Modern   Options Cords  Passport  1977    Music behind exhorters. 
 
The Rev. Willie Briscoe
Herbie Hancock  TFS   Options Future Shock  Columbia  1983  LP  Music behind Rev. Briscoe 
 
Are You Ready To March?
 
The March Begins
  I enjoyed fabricating bits of rhythms out of random crowd noise, wind sound, etc.
 
Bystander 1
George Bennette  Les Sons Impalpables Du Reve   Options Plays Messiaen, Helps, Del Tredici  Desto    LP  Music Behind Bystander 
 
Disgruntled Man At Bus Stop
Charles Ives  The Pond   Options Calcium Light Night  Columbia       
  OK, maybe I'm overdoing the digital s--t.
 
Something Needs To Change
 
Rush Limbaugh - Courtesy of the Rush Limbaugh Show
Krysztof Penderecki  Polymorphia   Options Exorcist Motion Picture Soundtrack  WB  1974  LP  Music behind Rush Limbaugh 
 
Union Man and Bystander II
Glen Scott  Sylk 130   Options Heaven  Giant Step    12"  Music behind Union Man and Bystander II. 
 
Gov. Scott Walker Speaks
 
ERROR. This is the spot where my laptop crashed. You can hear it.
The All-Star Inter-Conference Band  On Wisconsin   Options Halftime USA  Somerset  ?  LP   
  A frazzled "live" moment, explaining the 'On Wisconsin.' I was mad I had blown it.
 
DJ Entertains at Packers Pre-Game Party - Scavenger Hunt - Green Bay, WI - October 16th, 2011.
Shazz  Not Listed   Options Not Listed  Not Listed  ?  12"  The music behind the party DJ. 
 
Tom Overshoots The Dumpster
 
Aaron Rodgers Clip Courtesy of Disneyworld.
 
Pre-Game Lambeau Field - Player Introductions
 
Trumpeter Plays The Anthem
 
F-18's Fly-Over In Formation
 
The Guy In The Seat Next To Me
  Undefeated Packers were creaming the Rams, so the crowd was tame. Made for pleasant interviewing conditions.
 
Herman Cain Courtesy of CNN News
Synergy  On Presuming To Be Modern   Options Cords  Passport  1977  12"  Music behind Herman Cain 
Steve Miller Band  Fly Like An Eagle   Options Fly Like An Eagle  Capitol  1976  LP  Steve Miller is a Milwaukee, WI native. 
Deep Purple  Burn   Options Burn  Warner Bros.  1974  LP  Featuring David Coverdale (Whitesnake) on vocals. 
Jerry Howard  Wild in the Streets   Options Wild In The Streets (Soundtrack)  Tower  1968  LP  Sorry it was cut-off. 
  That's it for another Dusty Show. I hope you have enjoyed these Occupy Wall Street broadcasts. I realize they are not everyone's cup of tea. It has been interesting to be around it and I look forward to seeing what happens next. I continue to struggle a bit with the digital format. Yet, these difficulties are only urging me on, towards digital turntables and voice recorders ... my analog gear is so beat-down. I haven't abandoned it, but I want to continue to explore the hybrid possibilities where analog and inept manipulation of digital intersect. In the meantime I have lost 22.6% of the audience, with countless others fleeing every fifteen-minutes. Nonetheless, I love you and I'm trudging on towards boundaries unseen. I look forward to seeing you out there. Until then ... Godspeed and Always Remember. Clayton Arnold Pigeon NYC

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