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Street interviews, listener call-ins, vinyl gluttery, sporadic normalcy, original floperas and fiktion, blatant talking over songs, politix, tenderness, and a vague undercurrent of angst. Right up your alley!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Alice Cooper  Hello Hooray   Options Billion Dollar Babies  Warner Bros  1973  LP    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Carpenters  Superstar   Options Greatest Hits  A&M  1972  LP    0:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Focus  Le Clochard   Options Moving Waves  Sire  1972  LP    0:08:03 (Pop‑up)
Bobbie Gentry  Ode To Billie Joe   Options Ode to Billie Joe  Capitol  1967  LP    0:10:03 (Pop‑up)
Mouth and MacNeil  How Do You Do   Options Believe In Music  K-Tel  1972  LP    0:15:05 (Pop‑up)
CW McCall  Convoy   Options Black Bear ROad  MGM  1975  LP  Alias Bill Freis of Audubon,Iowa  0:18:02 (Pop‑up)
Roger Williams  Autumn Leaves   Options   Kapp  1955  45    0:22:37 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lennon  Valotte   Options Valotte  Atlantic  1984  45    0:25:16 (Pop‑up)
The Bouys  Timothy   Options   Sceptor    45    0:31:37 (Pop‑up)
Tommy James  Mirage   Options   Tee-Vee  late 60's  45    0:34:26 (Pop‑up)
Syndicate of Sound  Little Girl   Options 24 Happening Hits  Telerad    45    0:36:44 (Pop‑up)
The Byrds  Bells of Rhymney   Options   Columbia    LP    0:38:39 (Pop‑up)
New Colony Six  I WIll Always Think About You   Options   Mercury  Late 60's  45    0:42:43 (Pop‑up)
Wishbone Ash  Blowin Free   Options Argus  MCA  1972  LP    0:46:50 (Pop‑up)
Nelson  After The Rain   Options After The Rain  DGC  1990  45  Ricky Nelson's sons.  0:52:18 (Pop‑up)
The Babys  Isn't It Time   Options Broken Heart  Chrysalis  1977  LP    0:56:27 (Pop‑up)
Billy Cobham  Solarization   Options Total Eclipse  Atlantic  1974      1:02:19 (Pop‑up)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Toccatta   Options Brain Salad Surgery  MAnticore  1973  LP    1:09:31 (Pop‑up)
Rush  Limelight   Options Moving Pictures  Mercury  1981  LP    1:15:57 (Pop‑up)
Eric B and Rakim  Follow The Leader   Options Follow The Leader  Uni  1988      1:23:44 (Pop‑up)
JAnet Jackson  Control   Options Control  A&M  1990  45    1:27:06 (Pop‑up)
Information Society  What's on your Mind   Options   Tommy Boy  1988  45    1:29:37 (Pop‑up)
The Police  Syncrhonicity I   Options Synchronicity  A&M  1983      1:31:32 (Pop‑up)
The Cars  Gimme Some Slack   Options Panorama  Elektra  1980      1:34:50 (Pop‑up)
America  VEntura Highway   Options gREATEST hITS  Warner Bros  74?      1:40:11 (Pop‑up)
Chicago  Questions 67 & 68   Options Chicago Transit Authority  Columbia  1968  LP    1:43:00 (Pop‑up)
The Beatles  Strawberry Fields Forever   Options Magical Mystery Tour  Capitol  1968  LP    1:47:28 (Pop‑up)
John Sebastian  I Had A Dream   Options John B Sebastian  Reprise  '70?  LP    1:53:37 (Pop‑up)
Frank Sinatra  Once Upon A Time   Options September Of My Years  Capitol  '60s  LP    1:55:30 (Pop‑up)
Andre Previn  Ann at Lawrenceville   Options VAlley of the Dolls Soundtrack  20th Century-Fox  1967  LP    2:00:53 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:32pm Bad Ronald:

Hooray for Clay!!!
  3:33pm Carmichael:

Boy Dusty, you're reaching pretty deep into the obscure bin for this stuff! Keep it up!
  3:33pm Parq:

It;s pronounced "WILKSburry", Clay. Delighted to hear you. Hope you enjoyed the day for a while before you pointed your compass toward JC. It's everything a fall day should be.
  3:34pm Swami:

  3:36pm tony:

The Bouys song reminds me to go get dinner.
one leg of Tim please. great tune ...
  3:37pm Carmichael:

Hey, Count Five had an Irishman in their band!! Woo hoo!!
  3:38pm Carmichael:

Oops, wrong band ... :-((
  3:38pm GP:

The Convoy song made my day.
  3:40pm SmokinJ:

Clay's Rockin'!
  3:41pm Carmichael:

I'm a teenager again.
  3:43pm SmokinJ:

Sweet! Chicago's own!
  3:43pm Swami:

Uh-oh. Is Andy Breckman in the house?
  3:45pm SmokinJ:

Thank Ronnie Rice!
  3:50pm Hugh:

The Bells of Rhymney, is definitely a Pete Seegar song. It's about a Welsh coal mine disaster. Pete says 'it's pronounced "rum-ney"'.
  3:52pm Carmichael:

Is this really Ritchie Blackmore on one of those guitars? I thought I didn't like him ...
  4:16pm GP:

Wow, this is some tripified hippie stuff. I never knew.

Cool segue into Rush though, almost sounds like these songs should always be played in that order.
  4:17pm PMD:

Heaven forbid you play a popular song! But I like it.
  4:21pm Daniel:

Man I love it when the Pigeon subs! Go go go!
  4:22pm ?:

Scharpling would definitely NOT give the thumbs up to the Rush cut. I however, give you two for it, Mr. Pigeon. Thanks for it. May be the first time I've heard Rush played on WFMU.
  4:22pm listener james from westwood:

eric b & rakim . . . nice . . . always a pleasure to have a clay music show
  4:27pm ?:

all over the map/drive off/tune in drop out
  4:31pm Ike:

I'm glad I tuned back in just in time to catch Eric B. & Rakim. I love the Dusty Show's interview and tape segments but usually the music doesn't agree with me. I'm sorry if I've ever been too attitudey about that in the past, Clay.

  4:35pm still b/p:

G. Gordon Liddy ate the rat to overcome fear of the rat.
He's a twisted villain, but the method has merit. Eat the map.
  4:37pm Ike:

And I have no petard to stand on when I criticize 60s and 70s music that's "too popular" because I love some of this popular 80s stuff. My own personal nostalgia makes a mockery of me.

(And yet, cranky critic Ike will undoubtedly emerge again someday, unstoppable, like a runty pissy cross between the Hulk and Pauline Kael, but not as smart.)
  4:41pm SmokinJ:

Clay:Information Society were from Minneapolis..
  4:43pm Daniel:

I've heard Rush on FMU before. Seems to be a popular go-to when someone's looking to break out of the usual unusual.
  4:43pm Jim:

Just looked over the list of all artists played by Mr. Pigeon and was surprised not to find Gentle Giant or Supersister, given Mr. Pigeon's apparent affinity for prog.
  4:45pm Laura:

Ah, Chicago Transit Authority. Now that brings me home. In High School this album was our soundtrack. And I grew up in Chicago, too. My sister's went to school with the guys in STYX!
  4:47pm Bad Ronald:

Or Genesis...

...not as smart as "The Hulk" Ike(?), unpossible...
  4:47pm Parq:

Okay, here's the pitch for our latest CGI-driven summer spectacular. The hero is a runty pissy cross between the Hulk and Pauline Kael, but not as smart ...
  4:47pm SmokinJ:

Laura: Once a Midwesterner, always a Midwesterner :)
  4:48pm GP:

Ike, we will never give up on you!
  4:50pm 104.3:

We control the horizontal. We control the vertical.
  4:50pm channeling Andy:

Finally, an actually listenable show on this damn station!
  4:51pm Cranberry:

  4:52pm ?:

Great show!
  4:52pm SmokinJ:

GREAT show Clay! Keep Rockin'!
  4:54pm Mick:

It would be boss to hear some Small Faces right about now!
  4:56pm frank?:

surely we dont go out with frank
  4:57pm Jim:

Whadya mean, surely we don't go out with Frank? He's Hoboken's favorite son.
  4:57pm channeling Glenn Jones:

and why the fuck not?
  4:58pm SmokinJ:

Old blue eyes is a gas!
  4:59pm Chairman of the Broads:

Oh yeah!
  5:00pm Ike:

Sinatra? Sinatra?!? Gr... auggghhhhh... HULK ANGRY! ANGRY AT OVERDONE SMOOTHNESS OF CLICHED CULTURAL mmppffffffpffpfpf <stuffing Kael-Hulk back in box>
  5:01pm Ol' Cap:

Now that was a fun show. Awesome, Clay!
  5:03pm Jimmy:

  5:04pm Ike:

Thank you, Jimmy.
  5:05pm David L.:

Frank was a piker.
  5:17pm Boris Grushenko:

I am one of the least jeune people in all of the Russias.
  5:34pm Hotep:

More Stanley Clarke!
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