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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
Tubby Boots  One Of Those Wonderful Songs   Options Thin Is In But Fat Is Where It's At          0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Bloodrock  Hangman's Dance   Options USA  Capitol  1971  LP    0:03:06 (Pop‑up)
Fantasy  Stoned Cowboy   Options   Liberty  1970  45    0:08:10 (Pop‑up)
Genesis  Dance On A Volcano   Options Trick Of The Tail  Charisma  1976  LP    0:10:29 (Pop‑up)
Froggie Beaver  Lovely Lady   Options From The Pond  Froggie Beaver    LP    0:16:13 (Pop‑up)
Wishbone Ash  Blowin' Free   Options Argus  MCA    LP    0:23:45 (Pop‑up)
Fleetwood Mac  Bare Trees   Options   Reprise  1972  LP    0:30:20 (Pop‑up)
Three Dog Night  Just An Old Fashionedd Love Song   Options   Dunhill  1971  LP  Paul WIlliams song.  0:34:28 (Pop‑up)
Jose Feliciano  California Dreaming   Options Feliciano!  RCA  1968  LP    0:37:52 (Pop‑up)
Michael Parks  Long Lonesome Highway   Options Long Lonesome Highway  MGM  1969  LP  The dude from Then Came Bronson  0:43:18 (Pop‑up)
Ray Price  For The Good Times   Options For the Good Times  Columbia  1970  LP  A Kris Kristofferson song.  0:45:30 (Pop‑up)
Joe Maphis and Merle Travis  Don't Let Your Deal Go Down   Options Joe Maphis and Merle Travis  Capitol  1964  LP    0:49:02 (Pop‑up)
Cledus Maggerd and the Citizen's Band  The White Knight   Options The White Knight  Mercury  1976  LP  Alias, Jay Huguely  0:51:34 (Pop‑up)
Leroy Van Dyke  The Auctioneer   Options   Dot    45    0:56:48 (Pop‑up)
Atomic Rooster  Breakthrough   Options In Hearing Of ...  Elektra  1971  LP    1:00:31 (Pop‑up)
Demian  Coming   Options Demian  ABC/Dunhill  1971  LP  Formerly The Bubble Puppy  1:06:59 (Pop‑up)
Babe Ruth  Wells Fargo   Options First Base  Harvest  1973  LP    1:10:55 (Pop‑up)
Uriah Heep  Sweet Lorraine   Options Magician's BIrthday  Mercury/Bronze  1972  LP    1:15:13 (Pop‑up)
Grand Funk  Are You Ready   Options Grand Funk Live!  Capitol  1970  LP box set    1:22:23 (Pop‑up)
The Sweet  No You Don't   Options Desolation Boulevard  Capitol    LP    1:25:54 (Pop‑up)
Britny Fox  Long Way To Love   Options Britny Fox  Columbia  1988  LP    1:30:09 (Pop‑up)
Kix  Don't Close Your Eyes   Options Blow My Fuse  Atlantic  1988  LP    1:34:40 (Pop‑up)
Off Broadway  Automatic   Options Quick Turns  Atlantic  1980  LP    1:41:41 (Pop‑up)
Chicago  Beginnings   Options Chicago Transit Authority  Columbia  1968  12"    1:45:43 (Pop‑up)
Henry Gross  Shannon   Options   Lifesong  1976  45    1:51:09 (Pop‑up)
Andy WIlliams  Moon River   Options Andy Williams' Greatest Hits  Columbia  1962  LP    1:54:52 (Pop‑up)
Crabby Appleton  Go Back   Options   Elektra  1970  LP    1:59:45 (Pop‑up)
Jo Jo Gunne  Ride Ride Ride   Options Jo Jo Gunne  Asylum  1971    Featuring Jay Ferguson of Spirit and Thunder Island fame.  2:02:57 (Pop‑up)
Rick Springfield  Love Somebody   Options   RCA  1984  45  From the movie, Hard To Hold.  2:05:42 (Pop‑up)
Arcadia  Election Day   Options   Parlophone  1985  45  A Duran Duran spin-off band.  2:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Swimming Pool Q's  Rat Bait   Options The Deep End  DB  1981  LP  Atlanta band.  2:14:38 (Pop‑up)
Five Americans  Western Union   Options   Abnak  1967  45    2:17:08 (Pop‑up)
Jerry Vale  Two Purple Shadows   Options Greatest Hits  Columbia  1953  LP    2:20:32 (Pop‑up)
Mahavishnu Orchestra  Birds Of Fire   Options Birds Of Fire  Columbia  1973  LP    2:25:33 (Pop‑up)
Flash  Psychosync   Options   Sovereign  1973  LP    2:31:02 (Pop‑up)
Starcastle  To The Fire Wind   Options Starcastle  Epic  1976  LP    2:35:57 (Pop‑up)
Britny Fox  Girlschool   Options Britny Fox  Columbia  1988  LP    2:43:57 (Pop‑up)
Barry Manilow  I Write The Songs   Options   Arista  1976  LP  Written by The Beach Boys, Bruce Johnston.  2:47:49 (Pop‑up)
Paul McCartney  No More Lonely Nights   Options   Columbia  1984  45  From the movie, "Give My Regards to Broad Street. Lead guitar by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.  2:52:17 (Pop‑up)
Dean Martin  Everybody Loves Somebody   Options Everybody Loves Somebody  Reprise  1964  LP  The words to this song appear on Dean's gravestone. He told his son DIno that he would "knock The Beatles off the charts" and he did exactly that with this #1 song which had been written seventeen-years earlier.  2:57:04 (Pop‑up)
  Thanks to Irene Trudel for allowing me to fill-in and have fun, playing music for a few hours. What a blast! More next Monday.
  Always Remember!

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Listener comments!

  12:03pm autodidactic:

Hi Pidge!
  12:04pm Mike East:

Clay Pigeon in the afternoon?! Just made my Monday!!
  12:05pm v k:

pretty excited to notice you're doing an all-music show today - make it happen Captain
  12:11pm teepee:

Yay Clay! Stoned Cowboy just made my day, Fantasy? Awesome.
  12:11pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

good stuff
  12:16pm Carmichael:

Clay! Good morning, sir. Looking forward to your particular brand of music.
  12:20pm Richard from Venezuela:

The day of Genesis. Before in the Frank show, now with clay. Thanks wfmu.
  12:21pm autodidactic:

answer with music!
  12:22pm Handsome Harry:

Loving the show thus far, Clay. Great, great stuff.
  12:25pm A powdered wig enthusiast:

No Irene today is disappointing.

Clay Pigeon on a Monday afternoon?

A very pleasant surprise. Keep on a'rockin' good sir.
  12:26pm john:

wow - Clay, you sound so different in the early afternoon.. you can talk more, don't need to rush... show some of that 6pm charm
  12:26pm Sean Gostage:

Hey Clay Pidgeon,
Greetings from the UK, great, great selection of music
  12:26pm Sean Gostage:

Hey Clay Pidgeon,
Greetings from the UK, great, great selection of music
  12:26pm Sean Gostage:

Hey Clay Pidgeon,
Greetings from the UK, great, great selection of music
  12:27pm Joe:

the English Allman Brothers!
  12:29pm Sean Gostage:

Sorry folks for submitting too many times, this bloody I Phone, it does my head in at times
  12:29pm Irene:

I'm listening and enjoying from the comfort of a recliner. (Just recuperating from a little medical thing.) Wishbone Ash! And My favorite Fleetwood Mac! Man, remembering stuff I used to own and enjoy many an age ago! Thanks for filling in.
  12:30pm Carmichael:

Get well, Irene! Meanwhile, kick back and rock with us .... :-)
  12:31pm Irene:

I certainly intend to!
  12:32pm autodidactic:

Be well, Irene. We miss your dulcet sounds, but Clay is like a fun substitute teacher.
  12:32pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hi Irene. have a good recovery. Clay, terrific playlist.
  12:33pm (mta) Tony:

ditto Carmichael, to Irene. Great baby boomer music, Clay. You've got the whole world rockin'! Nice to hear overnight Stan is listening, too!
  12:34pm hank:

wow.. ;^)
  12:35pm Carmichael:

Clay, would it be too much to ask for some Argent, if you have time? Anything from their 1st album would fit in well with your format.
  12:35pm john:

Handsome Boy Modeling school sampled this song on their first album....
  12:36pm Richard from Venezuela:

Following the request of Carmichael, some Gary Moore if you can. RIP Gary.
  12:36pm Parq:

Be gesund, Irene. Clay, great song selection. I often find it noteworth how your Boomer musical preferences track my own.
  12:38pm pierre:

Bonjour Clay Pigeon, this cover by José Feliciano is a favourite.
  12:38pm SmokinJ:

OMG! Gary Moore is gone :(
  12:38pm Kevin from BayRidge:

Hey Clay, Making me feel guilty about my dormant piles of vinyl. Sounds a little like WPLJ 2.0( circa '72). Glad you're helping Irene recuperate!
  12:39pm Carmichael:

Prior to yesterday's Super Bowl, we were watching Gary Moore play "Red House" from the Fender 50th anniversary concert. It was incendiary! I wake up this morning to his obit. Tragic and eerie ....
  12:40pm Richard from Venezuela:

Pierre, I also link José Feliciano playing Flight of The Bumble Bee http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgIC6KOFySk . Outstanding.
  12:41pm Carmichael:

Yup, Paul Williams.
  12:41pm SmokinJ:

I relished the Packers slaughter but the news of Gary's demise is too fuckin' much..
  12:42pm pierre:

Thanks that's the kind of video that makes my (internet) day.
Bon rétablissement Irene !
  12:46pm postmanpaul:

Get weller soon Irene, yeah, Clay's playing stuff I used to own and enjoy many an age ago too! Nice going Clay.
Hi SmokinJ, yes it's sad news :(
  12:50pm SmokinJ:

That's an understatement Paulie..
  12:51pm SmokinJ:

If you saw Lizzy back in the day.. Holy Shit!
  12:54pm SmokinJ:

Ooops! I guess I landed on CB channel 19.. SORRY! I'm gone... ;)
  12:55pm postmanpaul:

i caught them in '75 SmokinJ, but unfortunately it was without Gary Moore. My mate didn't stop calling out for him all night.
  12:56pm Sean Gostage:

Irene, get well soon. I really behind the news, Gary Moore is no longer with us, lucky to have seen him Hammersmith Odeon, 1983, Clay, do you have any Colloseum ii, he played some awesome guitar with that band
  12:57pm Carmichael:

I saw them with Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson. And of course, Phil.
  12:58pm SmokinJ:

OH MY GOD! You're indeed lucky..They fucking ROCKED!
  12:59pm Lonesome Pete:

Hey there, pardner. I was enjoyin' them country ditties might fine, sure-as-shootin', bet yer bottom dollar. GIDDIE-UP!!
  1:00pm glenn:

to be honest, gary moore took complete advantage of peter green's mental state, and pretty much stole that les paul from him.
  1:02pm listener stu:

I really liked the Michael Parks TV show Then Came Bronson ! Saw G Moore a year ago in Turku Finland and thought it was a lot of showmanship and not really much soul or joy, almost everyone I talked to felt the same way. Ho hum
  1:02pm SmokinJ:

Wha?? nGary had DOZENS of axes and he'd rock on ANY of them
  1:05pm Gabor Szabo:

You tear the top right off my head, Clay! Most awesome selection.... very respectable playlist. That other instrumental was Ella Speed, yes? Got any Ian & Sylvia by any chance?
  1:07pm glenn:

besides, rory gallagher gets my vote for best irish guitarist over anybody
  1:08pm glenn:

and stiff little fingers is the best irish band evre. so bite me, bono, you fucking poseur.
  1:10pm Carmichael:

Alternative Ulster!
  1:10pm Bono:

now that's not very nice!
  1:11pm SmokinJ:

I saw TASTE in 69' and god bless em' but Rory was no Gary Moore! :)
  1:11pm Julie:

Hi Clay! Get well, Irene!
  1:13pm autodidactic:

Hey Julie, maybe you'll finally get to hear some Starcastle!
  1:13pm Looms:

Rock on, Clay!
  1:14pm Kolonel Karl:

Soundin' good Dusty, Jesus!
  1:14pm Julie:

Wooohooo Starcastle
  1:16pm coelacanth:

its the magician's birthday!
  1:16pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh, I think his birthday was yesterday and I forgot it!
  1:17pm hank:

Al di Meola "kiss my axe"..
  1:21pm pshrg:

I love the country stuff you played this morning. Don't let the classic rock mafia beat you with their mellow hammers.
  1:23pm glenn:

grand funk??? best album ever??? hmmmmmmm. how about humble pie rockin' the fillmore?
  1:23pm SmokinJ:

I'm with ya' on this one but the RED ALBUM version is mo' better!
  1:24pm SmokinJ:

TIME MACHINE off the first..
  1:24pm powiva:

sunlight rides the dust into the room
  1:27pm coelacanth:

wow. "live album" was a big doorway for me,at 7. Mom wasn't happy.no more singing along with Bobby Sherman...i still listen to "mean mistreater" fairly regularly.
  1:28pm coelacanth:

oh,my sunlight is discretely seeping in.
  1:29pm glenn:

the heavens shine from dawn 'til dusk, with golden rays of sun.
  1:30pm Billy Jam:

Get well Irene...Great show Clay Pigeon....Rest in peace Gary Moore - another great Irish rocker bites the dust
  1:30pm SiHV:

Whoah. Time warp.
  1:31pm Squeebs:

Britny Fox!! YES
  1:32pm Squeebs:

I love Clay's metal undercurrents
  1:32pm northguineahills:

^ what Squeebs said....
  1:33pm Chris:

Clay, thanks for this. I'm 23 and totally missed out on radio shows like this growing up. Best Time Machine Ever.
  1:33pm in Idaho:

wow, Britny Fox. I havent heard this song since high school.
  1:33pm frenchee:

WOW, rockin' in the daylight with Pidge! This is awesommmmmmme.
  1:34pm SiHV:

I -completely- forgot about this song.
  1:34pm SmokinJ:

I must tip my hat to you Clay buddy.. ;)
  1:36pm nickAD:

YES, KIX. I remember as a kid taping this song off the countdown on WPLJ...WAY back in the day. Great tune.
  1:36pm in Idaho:

This set is like Headbanger's Ball.
  1:38pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this IS kind of funny!
  1:38pm Nathan:

Oh man.. when that Kix track kicked in just thought I took a time machine back to high school listening to 100.3 Pirate Radio.. in Southern California... literally haven't heard it since then.
  1:39pm SiHV:

I still say "Blow My Fuse" is a great song.
  1:40pm glenn:

see, i've always blamed kurt cobain for everything too.
  1:40pm Rays of Love:

Hi, Irene!
  1:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that's probably why he shot himself
  1:42pm glenn:

cliff johnson was the designated hitter for the blue jays. he was great.
  1:43pm glenn:

naw. if i had to wake up to courtney love everyday, i'd shoot myself too.
  1:44pm SmokinJ:

Saw 'Off Broadway' a ZILLION times back in the day! Seems like they opened for everybody here in BREW CITY.. GO PACKERS! ;)
  1:45pm Carmichael:

Wow Clay, beyond obscure ....Now if you played that glam band Nutz, you'd be a true king of the dust!
  1:47pm hank:

the south side...
  1:48pm seang:

are we gonna be hearing some Night Ranger? remember that tune "Turn up the Radio" by Autograph? hilarious stuff
  1:49pm Kurt:

I haven't heard Off Broadway since I was a youngin' back in Chicago.
  1:50pm Mike East:

I haven't heard Chicago since I was a youngin' off Broadway.
  1:51pm Carmichael:

Henry Gross!
  1:51pm Bad Ronald:

Hey Clay nice to hear you today, got any Dr. Hook laying around?
  1:52pm (¸.•[]`•.¸.•´¯`•:

Chicago? Seriously? Yikes... my reaction to this show is probably much like Fabio's would be... time to go listen to a Fabio archive maybe! Earworm melodies and harmonies and high production gloss, who needs 'eM?!? ;) ;) :P
  1:52pm glenn:

swaying and holding lighter.
  1:52pm Squeebs:

RIP Cherry :(
  1:53pm SmokinJ:

  1:53pm Carmichael:

Singing chorus very badly with record.
  1:53pm dale:

shannon, awwww poor poochie. fun show mr. pigeon!
  1:54pm postmanpaul:

Cor blimey Clay, what a show! Wouldn't surprise me if you had some Head Hands & Feet up your sleeves too!
  1:54pm DONGer:

And by the way, Chicago rules. Thank you Clay for the great set so far
  1:54pm Happy Listener:

I thought this ("shannon") was the saddest song back in the 70s
  1:54pm Can I leave the planet now?:

Yes, freeform has a downside.
  1:55pm Happy Listener:

It got a lot of heavy airplay on Chicago FM stations, along with "Ripples" by Genesis.
  1:55pm Rom and Reme:

We love Andy
  1:55pm dale:

oh, just wanted to chime in that paul williams deserves a box set treatment. just watched 'the loved ones' and he was a precocious teen actor in that one.
  1:56pm glenn:

i'd like to point out that fabio starts his show every week with a james last song.
  1:57pm Happy Listener:

Oh, and "Shannon" is that infamous "long-distance death dedication" that Kasey Kasem went berserk about.
  1:58pm Robert:

Is Moon River wider than the Nile, or wider than a mile? Never was sure.
  2:00pm anne:

"Amanda" by Boston was my most played mp3 on my player. I won't get it outta my system until I sing it in karaoke. Thanks for your show, Clay!
  2:00pm ScottC:

"Sway" by the Stones... I'm embarrassed.
  2:01pm glenn:

boston by amanda would be better.
  2:01pm Carmichael:

Dale, go out and get Phantom of the Paradise. Chock full o' Paul Williams songs, and he plays the evil protagonist to boot!
  2:01pm Happy Listener:

"Mellowing Grey" by Family, tied with "I'll Dream Alone" by Magnetic Fields as most frequently played, here.
  2:03pm coelacanth:

Clay.i must go.Great to hear you in this context! i will check out this archive. feel better Irene! .,..ps. i dont like everything you're playing,but it's amusing!...and i DID like the auctioneer song (which is where i came in) ...(and it's"thank you(falettin me be mice elf agin")) -Thanx,Clay!
  2:03pm Carmichael:

Hey hey, isn't Jay Ferguson on this Jo Jo Gunne?
  2:03pm dale:

carmichael - i watched some clips of it on youtube and was kinda embarrassed, but i'll see if netflix has it on your reco.
  2:03pm frenchee:

OK, go to your Funk&Wagnall's and look up "guilty pleasure" -- there will be a photo of Clay Pigeon holding a golden LP.
  2:07pm guilty pleasure:

i LUUUUUUUUV lady gaga.
  2:08pm frenchee:

re: Carmichael: Paul Williams doesn't just *play* the evil protag.
  2:08pm anne:

oooh I did love Arcadia. Much more than duran duran.
  2:08pm coelacanth:

pps.ScottC- i've had SWAY in my brain for months at a time,many times!..easily 1 of my top 5 'stones songs- & i Love the stones! (till Goat's head soup...then i kinda liked em...) ...ciao.
  2:08pm Chris:

I didn't think this could get any better.
  2:09pm Happy Listener:

Don't worry, the "guilt" in guilty pleasures goes away with time, unless you're wired to fret about what others think.
  2:09pm Mike East:

Phantom of the Paradise is AWESOME! Way better than Rocky Horror, in my humble opinion - as far as rock musicals go.
  2:10pm seang:

just say yes
  2:10pm Happy Listener:

"The Apple" beats them ALL.
  2:10pm frenchee:

no fretting here, Hap. LOVIN' IT w/o guilt.
  2:11pm Carmichael:

I get ya, Frenchee. I love that movie, as well as the soundtrack. The Juicy Fruits' "Upholstery" is one of the best car songs ever.
  2:12pm Happy Listener:

"Eyes Without a Face" has been popping up in my mixes lately. Great atmosphere in that tune.
  2:12pm dale:

otay, it's at the top of my queue...
  2:13pm hank:

beef bookn down the fire escape....
  2:13pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I am in CLE
  2:13pm glenn:

  2:14pm Carmichael:

Clay, I'm outside of Sacramento, CA.
  2:14pm seang:

Somerville, MA
  2:14pm SiHV:

Clay, I'm on Wall Street, doing non-financial stuff.
  2:15pm Zoot:

Love the Q's! I think the lead male singer studied writing with Eudora Welty. Wasn't their female singer Annie Boston? She had a great voice.
  2:15pm frenchee:

I'm in Brooklyn, doing non-Brooklyn stuff.
  2:16pm dale:

rat bait reminds me of smokin in the boys room or martian boogie. loved martian boogie
  2:16pm TJ:

Providence R.I.
  2:16pm Chris:

rural mountainous virginia working at a convenience store.
  2:16pm mark orr:

Listening in North Devon, uk - been listening to Reagan Youth alot recently - so tight!
  2:17pm glenn:

my ex brother in law was a writer with the sacramento bee for a while.
  2:17pm Happy Listener:

Toronto. With a view of the Gardiner Exp'y and Lake Ontario.
  2:17pm kirsten:

hi clay from doerentrup in germany...spring is coming!
  2:18pm Stanley:

Listening in Edinburgh, Scotland
  2:18pm Carmichael:

@Glenn: No kidding. What was his nom de plume?
  2:18pm SmokinJ:

play the b side
  2:20pm joe griffith:

Hey Clay,
greeting from Tampa, Fl. you should play Timothy to creep all these guys out.
Love the afternoon fill in! we listen to the eve as well.
  2:20pm glenn:

andrew macintosh.
  2:22pm mark orr:

without WFMU life would be simply impossible to tolerate in this cultural wasteland that I call uk ukukukukuk- VIVA WFMU!!!!!!!
  2:22pm George Kopp:

listening in west orange, NJ. Great show Clay! swimming pool cues, wow!
  2:23pm Happy Listener:

They used to play some Jerry Vale on WJJD-AM back in the day. Probably still do...
  2:24pm zoot:

listening in from your nation's capital
  2:24pm PMD:

San Mateo, CA
  2:24pm Cheri PI:

  2:24pm Blondie:

Clay--don't care what they say...Michael Parks and Ray Price put me on cloud nine and made my day!! FOR THE GOOD TIMES!!! Keep it up!!
  2:24pm max tundra:

hey from London - GREAT SHOW!
  2:24pm Rom and Reme:

Dust Bunnage.
  2:25pm Carmichael:

Sorry Glenn, don't recognize the name. I'm sure he was a good writer, though.
  2:25pm joe:

Edinburgh spelled this way but sounds like bourough
hi cccp
  2:25pm max tundra:

Mahavishnu Orchestra FTW!
  2:26pm frenchee:

Mahavishnu, Mahavishnu! you rock, Clay. Rock Dove on!
  2:26pm postmanpaul:

We have a new crooner here in the UK Clay, he's Neil Hannon and he sounds like Matt Monro, on acid!
  2:27pm Carmichael:

Paul, Neil Hannon is the Irish guy, right? Northern Express?
  2:27pm Irene:

Clay, I'm definitely feeling the love. Really enjoying the show, my friend, and can tell you're doing the same. Rock on!
  2:28pm Stanley:

Mark - I feel ya.
  2:30pm dale:

divine comedy
  2:30pm listener gary:

I am loving this music but missing Irene and wish her well ...I am also missing Julie and Fabio at the sound of your voice ...aw well, if it's Monday Thursday can't be far behind.
Best ...
  2:30pm Carmichael:

Ya, Dale, that's him.
  2:31pm postmanpaul:

Yeah Carm, goes under the name of the Devine Comedy... National Express! You were close.
  2:32pm Carmichael:

I left Ireland at 7. California sun is frying my brains. Thanks for the info!
  2:33pm postmanpaul:

Yeah Carm, goes under the name of the Devine Comedy... National Express! You were close.
This is a lovely song of his, if I may Clay:
  2:35pm lud:

Mahavishnu Orchestra!!!! Yay!
  2:36pm still b/p:

My only Jerry Vale CD, which includes Two Purple Shadows, has been missing for months. Anyone seen it? Andy Williams might mashup well with himself doing Moon River and his version of Dear Heart. Anyone tried it?
  2:36pm autodidactic:

  2:37pm glenn:

if you're gonna play jerry vale, how's about some frankie laine?
  2:37pm dale:

was this starcastle after yes fragile? sounds pretty parallel
  2:40pm Kevin from BayRidge:

Starcastle tried to out-yes Yes. You're a brave man Clay Pigeon!!!
  2:41pm steve:

good stuff, that starcastle
  2:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

wow, where did that come from!
  2:44pm PMD:

I did not expect this at all. Go Clay!!! Bang your head!
  2:44pm seang:

  2:44pm court reporter:

Walk adieu.
walk adieu,
walk adieu!
  2:45pm glenn:

what was the name of ray edge's band with adrian gurvitz? i liked that record.
  2:45pm efd:

OK, I am totally loving this Britny Fox song and I'm not afraid to say so.
  2:46pm Irene:

You're makin' me blush, Mr. Pigeon, with all your high praise! Just glad you filled in for me (and will do so next week too).

A quick correction-- so sorry, but I'm not a fan of Zero bars. It ain't chocolate to me unless it's a deep, rich brown.
  2:46pm Carmichael:

Sorry, I only remember the Baker-Gurvitz Army.
  2:46pm dale:

there's a restaurant up here in warwick ny owned by the drummer from trickster. true story.
  2:46pm slugluv1313:

loving the show, Mr. Clay Pigeon!!!! (were you born in 1959 too???!!) kinda late in day to be asking -- any chance of hearing something from the Santana/McLaughlin "Love Devotion Surrender" LP???
  2:47pm dale:

graeme edge band with adrian gurvitz!
  2:47pm glenn:

maybe that's what i'm thinking of, but i'm not sure. it was 35 years ago after all.
  2:47pm steve:

clay, you're giving me everything i never knew i wanted
  2:47pm dale:

paradise ballrrom and one other i can't remember - have both on vinyl though
  2:48pm ScottC:

I think I just broke something...
  2:48pm thomas:

thanks clay!
  2:48pm dale:

kick off your muddy boots was the other.
  2:48pm v k:

we will attribute great significance to your last song Clay
  2:49pm minnesota jeff:

Pigeon playing the tunes! Yes!
  2:50pm glenn:

GRAEME edge. right thanks. so it was ray lodge?
  2:51pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

john lodge
  2:51pm dale:

ray thomas was the flautist in the moodys. graeme was the drummer. ray's solo album totally sucks.
  2:51pm Parq:

A long lunch, and I got back just in time for "I Write the Songs". Clay, if I awoke out of a coma at this moment, I would know I was listening to your show.
  2:51pm slugluv1313:

OMG Clay OH NO YOU DIDN'T!!!!!!!!!! BARRY MANILOW!!!!!?????!!!!!!!!! (true story: sold a buncha my 45s to Half Thoughts, way cool used record shop in New Brunswick, Nj late 1970s/early 1980s -- the man who ran the shop did an EXTRA double take when he saw all the Barry Manilow 45s i had . . . !)
  2:52pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

it was 2 much, but why not anyway?
  2:52pm seang:

this is great, Clay
  2:52pm slugluv1313:

well . . . for TRUE wretch appeal -- you could always break out "You DOn't Bring Me Flowers"!!!!!
  2:53pm dale:

blue jays has some good moments on it, very orchestral/lush. look for 'i dreamed last night' on the youtube. justin hayward does a version just him and acoustic. his voice is still perfect.
  2:53pm still b/p:

Ol' shmaltzerrific Barry just is what he is...funny how deep the hate, including mine, ran in the day. Of course, radio's merciless rotation didn't help.
  2:53pm seang:

gilmour on guitar i think
  2:53pm Andrew:

What's wrong with this song? The extended version on the 12" kicked ass.
  2:56pm glenn:

anyway, paradise ballroom is the record i was thinking of. anyway, girlschool did the song "gun" , which was written by adrian gurvitz. circular logic (sort of). or maybe it was devil's gun.
  2:56pm autodidactic:

Thanks Pidge! On Thursday you should have Fabio critique the show in the archive.

Feel better Irene!
  2:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

dale, I loved that Blue Jays record from '75. my folks raised me on that one.
  2:57pm iamaphoney:

  2:57pm PMD:

Everybody loves somebody sometime.. aw... it ended.
  2:57pm glenn:

was cliff johnson on that one? ha ha.
  2:58pm efd:

glenn, the song is actually (and strangely) called "Race With The Devil," by Gun.
  2:58pm dale:

oh, the dawn is breaking on your future my child, is there none of your love alive.....
  2:59pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

who are you now?
  2:59pm dale:

if every door you open closes on me, i don't know if i can survive.

  3:00pm Andrew:

Gilmour's guitar solo on this is awesome!
  3:00pm (¸.•[]`•.¸.•´¯`•:

AaaaaaaAAAGH! Earworm! EARWORM! J'accuse! You should ALL feel GUILTY!
  3:01pm dale:

only thing better than the moodys is the pixie parade!!
  3:01pm glenn:

but it's stil an adrian gurvitz song, right?
  3:02pm still b/p:

I was checking the year for the hell of it, and accordin' to Wiki, Dean, to his son, referring to this song and the Beatles in '64: "I'm gonna' knock your pallies off the charts."
  3:03pm dale:

was deans son in tony and the tigers or dino desi and the third kid?
  3:03pm Marmalade Kitty:

Clay, your voice sounds a wee bit like good ole Jack Nicholson! :)
  3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

he sounds like Lonesome Dave from subgenius!
  3:04pm Bad Ronald:

Funny Still B/P, that Dino tune always reminds me of "Magical Mystery Tour"...
  3:06pm PMD:

I love Clay!!!
  3:07pm Irene:

Everything's cool with me! No worries
  3:08pm BSI:

venti americano! stat!
  3:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh lord Jesus save us!
  3:10pm slugluv1313:

"Glory Days" was shot at Maxwell's (yup, i lived in Hoboken way back then!)
  3:10pm slugluv1313:

"Glory Days" was shot at Maxwell's (yup, i lived in Hoboken way back then!)
  3:11pm slugluv1313:

"Glory Days" was shot at Maxwell's (yup, i lived in Hoboken way back then!)
  3:25pm slugluv1313:

OOPS!!!!!! sorry for triple-repeat-comment (computer doing the Funky Chicken here)
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