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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
The Panapet 70


Audio clip concerning NJ Gov. Christie courtesy of 1010 WINS (CBS Radio) NYC
Maj. Mike Lyons, CBS News Military Analyst on the potential Libyan invasion scenarios. (Courtesy of CBSNews.com)
Opening Salvo Concludes
An Interview with Jose at 5th Ave and 23rd Street - Manhattan
Hermann Szobel  Mr. Softee   Options Szobel  Arista  1976  LP  Fusion music at beginning of Jose's interview - Hermann Szobel - Mr. Softee (1976, Arista) -- Quite a story ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermann_Szobel 
Jose's Addiction
An Interview with Mike and Jessica in Madison Square Park - Manhattan
Jessica's Ball Python
Gully Beatz  Free Hip Hop Instrumental   Options         Trip Hop behind tattoo segment courtesy of Gully Beatz - http://www.myspace.com/gulybeatz 
Horse Shaving
Chicago  Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is (Excerpt)   Options Chicago Transit Authority  Columbia  1968  LP  Mike Missing Chicago 
The Smell of Long Island
Dope Town
An Interview with Dan at 18th and Broadway in Manhattan
"I'm comin' Dan," from The Shining
Dan's Take on the Libyan Situation
Meshuggah  Rational Gaze   Options Nothing  Nuclear Blast  2002  CD-R  MathMetal behind Dan is Meshuggah - Rational Gaze - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHVje5rtcM8&feature=related 
Karwan Hawramy  Dilim Tenga   Options     2010  MP3  Dance Music from Kurdistan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCx4LwwV__E 
Kurdish Concentration Camp Clip Courtesy of the Film, "The New Kurdistan" from Journeyman Pictures
Traditional Kurdish Music behind Concentration Camp Clip by Bizmeli Zeko
John McCain on Gaddafi Courtesy of ABC This Week
Fear of a Ground Conflict
Clip Concerning Arab League Reaction to NATO Action Courtesy of ITN News Network
Dan Continues to Expound on Libya (Music in Background - Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata)
Obama Concerning Gaddafi Courtesy of AP -- Dennis Kucinich On Obama Courtesy of RT Network
An Interview with Abigail in Union Square Park - Manhattan
Man Parrish  Boogie Down Bronx   Options   Rams Horn Records  1984  12"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgZFkaRstbE 
Abigail Talks About the Bronx
Aspro Murray  Doremi Violencia   Options     1989  MP3  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmSTzuiP0Kk 
Abigail's Family
Weather Report  Herandnu   Options Black Market  Columbia  1976  LP  Music Behind Ghana Talk 
Dead Battery Chipmunks
"I Wanna See the Chipmunks!" - Larry from The Three Stooges
Obama Stop Being A Punk!
Ron Wasserman  Go, Go Power Rangers   Options Day of the Dumpster  Saban  1994  Cassette  Power Rangers Them Song 
Oxidizing, Deteriorating Cassette Glut
Clip from an Old Johnny Quest PF Flyer Shoe Commerical -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXheZplj80s&feature=related
Barbara Walters Liz Taylor Remembrance Clip Courtesy of 1010 WINS (CBS Radio NYC)
1966 Clip from "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," Featuring Elizabeth Taylor, Courtesy of Warner Bros.
An Interview with Danny from Vidalia, GA on Broadway near Union Square Park in Manhattan
Danny on Libya
Vidalia Onions -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vidalia_onion
Danny Loves The Opera
RCA Italiana Opera Orchestra and Chorus - George Solti - Conductor  Rigoletto: Act II (Conclusion) - Excerpt   Options Verdi Rigoletto  RCA Victor  1964  LP box set   
More Vidalia Information
Charlie Daniels Band  The Devil Went Down To Georgia   Options Million Mile Reflections  Epic  1979  LP   
Defcon Warning Report
Danny's Religion
Customer Service Clip Courtesy of expertvillage.com
More From Danny
Republican Friends
Danny's Farewell
Spike Roscoe  Spiderz   Options     2010  MP3  Free Instrumental Music on the Net 
An Interview with "Big Skills" (Spelling Unknown) in Union Square Park
Kanye West Interrupts Taylor Swift at the 2009 Video Music Awards - Courtesy of MTV
Big Skill's Dreams
Big Skill's Loves
Mort Garson/Jacques Wilson  Libra - The Flower Child (Excerpt)   Options The Zodiac - Cosmic Sounds  Elektra    LP   
An Interview with U.N. Intern, Jermaine, in Union Square Park
Tase (Rthodox)  Hip Hop Reggae Instrumental (Beat Crate #2)   Options   Beat Crate  2009  MP3  Free Internet Music -- http://www.last.fm/music/TASE/+albums 
Jermaine Free-Style mixed with TASE (Rthodox)
Big Skills Freestyle Farewell
Harvey Vinson and the Mustangs  Turnaround in G   Options Lead Guitar  Eva-Tone Soundsheets  1972  Vinyl  The music that starts with ... 1-2-3-4 ... From an Eva-Tone Flexi-Disc. Had this since I got my first guitar in 8th Grade. Not sure where it came from, a magazine perhaps. Nothing online. 
Dora Hall  Satisfaction   Options Dora Hall  Calamo  ?  LP  Found this in a plain white LP sleeve marked, "Adult Teen Pop." Weird ... I had never heard of Dora Hall. Since then, I have already found another of her LP's, which I declined to purchase. 
  I feel compelled to say at this point that I wish I'd had more time to devote to the production of "The Sweet 16," segment. I kind of had to rush it in a few hours. For instance, the Dora Hall track had more entertaining passages I could have selected. The whole interview portion of the show ended up being longer than I had anticipated. Initially, The Sweet 16 was going to be the whole show, but as it turns out, it wasn't. Not sure why I am telling you ANY of this, as it is only enhancing the bummer!
  Just turned on my space heater. It will now proceed to dry me like human jerky.
Alcatrazz  Ohayo Tokyo   Options Dangerous Games  Capitol  1986  LP  Such a strange voice. This is another of the "sealed" hair band albums I've been steadily picking up at my secret Catskills source. In all honesty, I'm over it now. No more. The Keel track coming up later cemented by decision. Not very good. I should just EBay them, but laziness stops me. 
Metronome Records Studio Musicians  Another Brick In The Wall   Options 20 Top-Hits Eurovisions-Ausgabe  Metronome  1980  LP  Purchased in Switzerland. Disappointing, though I feel it will re-emerge in the future and one of its many tracks will somehow redeem the whole thing. That's how it happens. Or not. 
Dennis DeYoung  Desert Moon   Options Desert Moon  A&M  1984  LP  This sounds better in hindsight. I would actually love to catch his Tarrytown show. Check this out. Fun! --


  Abysmal production on my end. Could have gone through the roof. Instead, it languishes and shrivels on the vine.
Jesse Crawford Moment! Always Welcome.
Hal Shutz  Excerpt   Options     ?  7"  Promotional Record for the Hammond Chord Organ 
Foghat  Honey Hush   Options Energized  Bearsville  1974  LP  Ah, my impressionable sophmore year. 
The Tape Turn
Robin Gibb  Another Lonely Night In New York   Options How Old Are You?  Polydor  1982  LP  Part of the Swiss Acquisition. Lord, I'd have bought most anything. Desperate for vacation vinyl. 
Miklos Rozsa  Battle Of Valencia   Options The Music From Samuel Bronston's El Cid  MGM  1961  LP  I LOVE this with a capital L. An instant Clay's Classic! 
Lorne Greene  Excerpt   Options The Fabric of Fraternity  Eva-Tone Soundsheets    Vinyl  Another flexi-disc. I dig this. What pipes. Pa! 
The Naturals  Young Generation   Options   Calla  1971  45  Good reading here: http://www.answers.com/topic/the-naturals 
La Bionda  Sandstorm   Options La Bionda  Ariola  1978  LP  The coup of the Swiss Acquisition. Even better here in their Kraftwerk phase: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNdBSH_Tv2k 
Helen Steiner RIce  In God Is Our Strength   Options Someone Cares  Revell Recordings    LP   
The Pentangle  Jump Baby Jump   Options Solomon's Seal  Reprise  1972  LP   
Keel  United Nations   Options Keel  MCA  1987  LP  I so wanted to like this. Alas. So ends my hair metal sealed album fixation. No more. And in the final analysis, the winner is ... Britny Fox, by twenty-lengths. 
Alexander Rabbit  The Hunchback of Notre Dame   Options The Hunchback of Notre Dame (The Bells Were My Friends)  Mercury  1970  LP  Mercury always comes through. 
The Cherry People  Imagination   Options   Heritage  1967  45  I really like this. 
  Well, there you go, another Dusty Show. I hope you enjoyed it. I felt a good energy during the interviews this time out. As I mentioned, The Sweet 16 could have been better, but it could have been worse. We throw the dice. Haven't heard much from anyone since the marathon. Check in if you would.


Well ... I must go ... my wife needs me to help carry some heavy objects. She is relying on my brute strength. I will go and supply it. Keep being the fantastic listeners that you are and do tune in again. You are needed and admired. Until then ... take care and

Always remember ...

The Pidge - NYC

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Listener comments!

  6:03pm Clay:

Hello ... I'm here.
  6:07pm Ike:

  6:07pm Clay:

Dwight, is it?
  6:08pm Ike:

Nope, Isaac!
  6:08pm david:

long live the snake's right to exist!
  6:09pm Clay:

I told the listeners I would keep the playlist on this week. Appreciate your presence, Ike. Sankes. i don't mind them. I am more fearful of rats and mice.
  6:10pm Clay:

Hello David. David Lee Roth.
  6:10pm Clay:

Sankes? Snakes! Sanka.
  6:11pm glenn:

no styx tonight, clay? britney fox?
  6:11pm Julie:

oh yeah this is my kinda music!
  6:11pm Clay:

This is a Libyan pop artist.
  6:12pm Clay:

Dennis DeYoung later!
  6:13pm GoForIt!:

Clay P. rockin' the real-time comments! W00t!
  6:13pm Pantagruel:

Painful, splitting attention between the audible words there and the typed words here.
  6:13pm Clay:

Hi Go, Glenn, Angelina Julie, Pant
  6:14pm Ralphine:

If you're fearful of rats and mice, you're living in the wrong town. David Letterman once said that a rat was seen pistol-whipping a Yorkie at a New York dog show.
  6:14pm Clay:

I know Panta, it doesn't quite work does it?
  6:15pm GoForIt!:

@Pant A. G.: Modern life is rough, huh? The Renaissance was eazy peazy, as long as the black death didn't getcha.
  6:16pm Pantagruel:

Clay, your show is so dense with words and sounds and music and thoughts, and then this here on the side, it's like talking on the phone while with someone.
  6:17pm Clay:

I feel as if the listeners enjoy the live shows more. These taped ones are really difficult to make, but I like the process. I never know what I should do in that regard. Live, I'm just a court jester.
  6:17pm Robert:

As long as you're reading this, Clay, can you tell us who used to do that other voice on your show -- the one that sounded like Jim Backus plus maybe a bit of June Foray?
  6:18pm Clay:

Not sure what character you mean, Robert.
  6:18pm Julie:

Clay if you don't want to be a court jester stop wearing the hat with the bells on it
  6:19pm Clay:

It keeps my hair flattened Julie. The gray coming in is so wiry and unruly.
  6:19pm Julie:

You are also wiry and unruly
  6:20pm Robert:

The live ones are a nice break from time to time, but the taped ones, so highly produced, are very enjoyable, either when you're an interviewer or doing shtick. Like the cheese lover, remember that?
  6:21pm Clay:

I think you mean Sir Everett Hubney, Robert.
  6:21pm Robert:

I mean the character who used to talk to Dusty in that sort of old-lady voice.
  6:21pm Pantagruel:

But the live shows never have anything as great as dying battery chipmunk voices!
  6:21pm GoForIt!:

@Panta: Lightbulb moment. Don't look at the comments. Just listen as usual. Ta-da, no more issues!
  6:22pm Robert:

OK, if it was Sir Everett Hubney who talked to Dusty, who did his voice? Was it you or another player?
  6:23pm david:

No one else would be able to pull off playing the theme to "power rangers."
  6:23pm Clay:

Certain things shall not be revealed.
  6:24pm Clay:

This hour always goes by too fast ... for me, at least. Or is it, atleast? One word, or two.
  6:25pm Ralphine:

Robert, the player's name was Karl something-or-other.
  6:25pm GoForIt!:

That nosey interwebs!

"Feb 19, 2010 ... Pigeon as Sir Everett Hubney"

from transbaycalendar.org/archive/TB_2009_02.pdf
  6:27pm Clay:

I often attempt new Dusty/Kol. Karl's at home, but am never satisfied.
  6:27pm Robert:

I've never seen "atleast" as 1 word. I don't think English would gain anything by concatenating them. I think we concatenate too many as is, but at least not as bad as German.
  6:29pm Robert:

So a little birdie told us.
  6:29pm Clay:

concatenating, wow nice one zehr gut
  6:30pm Ike:

There's no apostrophe in "Karls" or any other multiple of a name. :)
  6:31pm Grammar Police:

Break it up, you people. Nothing to see here!
  6:32pm Clay:

Sometimes I like the rapid-fire internet type typing, with relaxed errors.
  6:33pm Dewey Potter:

Hey Dusty - It's beautiful here in St Pete. Warm and breezy tonight. Free concert at Jannus tonight, Eagles and Clapton tribute bands. Greg Billings band there tomorrow night, all free. Grand Prix weekend festivities. I worked the Rod Sterwart/Stevie Nicks show at the Times Forum last night, my first time with Rod. Snuck up and watched the show from the Sun Sports booth. Rod Stewart's set list from last night...love train, tonight's the night, having a party, young turks, first cut, it's a heartache, twisting, forever young, rhythm of my heart, downtown train, reason to believe, you're in my heart, I get a kick out of you, sweet rock & roller, proud mary, have i told you lately, hot legs, maggie, sexy.
  6:33pm Ike:

I can't help correcting. It's a compulsion.
  6:36pm david:

that broad intense talk was pretty lysergic sounding.
  6:37pm Richard from Venezuela:

Lionel Messi in New Jersey.
  6:38pm Clay:

Ah, Rod Stewart. A great natural voice. I like the singers with relaxed voices that just work somehow. Kenny Rogers. James Taylor. Not that I spend a lot of time listening to them, but the ease with which they do what they do, or the seeming ease of it, appeals to me. Then again, I like a good screamer, like Dizzy Dean Davidson of Britny Fox, or a non-rocker rocker like Dennis DeYoung. I want to see him in New Brunswick this weekend.
  6:39pm Clay:

Venezuela. Nice. Caracas. That President who smells the sulphur of Bush' presence. Welcome mi amigo!
  6:39pm Richard from Venezuela:

Stephen pearcy, good screamer.
  6:39pm Robert:

I'm still resetting my mental picture of Dusty to what I saw in the Hoof & Mouth videocast. Before that I'd assumed he was older looking with short hair and a mustache -- but about the same build.
  6:39pm Clay:

Lysergic? That means psychedelic. That Owsley dude just died.
  6:39pm Jim:

Clay, you might've appreciated a Prince show that I saw this past Monday. He did a fairly long version of Billy Cobham's "Stratus."
  6:40pm Clay:

Yeah, Pearcy is good. He's got that 'snotty' LA thing down. Like Vince Neil.
  6:40pm Dewey Potter:

A true star...kicked soccer balls while singing hot legs
  6:41pm G:

Lotsa good street convo on this taped/produced episode. As usual!
  6:41pm Robert:

In this context "lysergic" means psychedelic, but in other contexts I'd take it to mean "moldy".
  6:42pm Clay:

Wow. Stratus. I love Spectrum. Tommy Bolin! I saw Billy Cobham here at La Pousson Rouge (or whatever the h--l it's called. He was like 60 and still unleashing wild paradiddles and parameciums.
  6:43pm Robert:

I preferred the half-Spanish version of "Satisfaction" with the horns going ra-ra-RAH.
  6:43pm Clay:

Thanks G! Good to hear from you Dewey.
  6:43pm Dewey Potter:

I fing the 20k Windows listening option works best for me and live streaming..others drop from time to time...
  6:44pm Clay:

Yeah these cuts aren;t stellar, but I feel love for them anyway.
  6:44pm Clay:

Excuse errant semi-colon.
  6:45pm Robert:

Clay, you're sandbagging on your knowledge of French.
  6:45pm Jim:

I cannot.
  6:45pm Julie:

spazz and Betsy are enjoying the tracks too
  6:46pm Clay:

I am totally bagging Robert. Spazz and Bets. Love 2u both.
  6:47pm Dewey Potter:

Have you ever listened to the live recordings from www.wolfgangsvault.com? Hours and hours of great live shows with crowd noise and stage patter. Just need to give em an email and password to sign up. Love the shows from the seventies .
  6:48pm Robert:

We've heard you converse in Japanese too, and also at least one of Germanic or Norse language, I forgot which.
  6:48pm Clay:

I feel so bound to my era. It's oppressive sometimes. I want to hurtle into the present day and beyond, my face all contorted from speed and gravity's cruel pull, the careening off into the low atmosphere, before slamming into some benign peidmont.
  6:49pm dave:

I thought the Hoof and Mouth was great, Clay. You resemble the guy I pictured before (sorry Robert!) Looked like you were enjoying it and helping others do the same.
  6:49pm Clay:

I went to Japan twice, Robert. Playing rock for the Marines.
  6:50pm Robert:

So what I mean for those just reading the comments is that he meant "Poisson Rouge" and expects you to figure that out from his coy "Pousson".
  6:50pm Clay:

Is it humiliating that I am my main poster here? Yes. (cue Starship Trooper)
  6:51pm Clay:

Thanks Dave. The Hoof was excellent this year.
  6:51pm Robert:

How can I prove he's not me?
  6:51pm Clay:

I get sad when the show is almost over. :>(
  6:52pm Dewey Potter:

Man, how funny, I just watched an episode of Bonanza when I woke up this afternoon! About photographs freeing then convicting a bad guy. Cute young blue eyed blonde actress was the innocent girl Mr Cartwright helped out.
  6:52pm Clay:

I like the Bonanza where little Joe gets rabies. Anything with rabies is always compelling.
  6:53pm G:

@C;ay "bound to my era": Just pay attention to new music, new ideas, new books -- new and more everything, as much as you have time for! No one *has* to get stuck in the period when they grew up or were a young adult. i've had to work at it (high school graduate, 1975)...
  6:53pm hank:

it is a bit sad...
  6:54pm Robert:

Hoof was excellent not just for Clay's performance, but in general. I don't think it was videocast in its entirety live before, and there were far fewer cutaways. I think they were working towards that when they moved it to Maxwell's and then put the cutaway emcee on site as another remote, but didn't fully implement it until this year. They really earned it.
  6:54pm Clay:

Thanks, G! Earlier post should have read ..... then careening off ... typos destroy the power of angst-riddled prose.
  6:54pm Julie:

Clay gears up for his post-show cry
  6:55pm Dewey Potter:

More pies served by young nubile girls...pies, pies, piesssss...
  6:56pm david:

Alexander Rabbit! Good find, Clay.
  6:57pm dave:

I accidentally got vaccinated for Hoof and Mouth disease while working for a Vet in High School. You gotta be quick while they're in the chute, and I obviously was not!
  6:57pm Clay:

Hey, if I don't get the chance, thanks everybody for checking in. This was fun. Have a great weekend!
  6:57pm Clay:

At least you didn't get brucellosis.
  6:59pm Dewey Potter:

Your music is the music made from 8 ytrs old till about 30. thats your music for the rest of your life. anything else is superfluous..go Ike
  7:00pm Clay:

always remember ....
  2:16pm twistofftops:

Lorne Greene "The Fabric of Fraternity" the year was 1965.
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