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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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Options April 14, 2011: Dusty Show Generic - Conversations

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Lance A Lot
Lance Impersonates Brando
Van Gogh Blend
Good But Limited
A Scene From Lust For Life
  Lust For Life - MGM Pictures (1954) - Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn - Jeff from Minnesota reported via email that this clip sounded "sped up," which only cemented the feeling s I'd already formed concerning the voice-speed ratio on this episode of Dusty. Chipmunkland. I think the dual-cassette may be in the initial throes. Color me officially concerned.
More Pipe
Death Talk, Birthdays and Signs
Mort Garson/Jacques Wilson  Taurus - The Voluptuary (Excerpt)   Options The Zodiac - Cosmic Sounds  Elektra  1967  LP  Hard to discern the vocal. 
Staring At The Abyss
Death or Death Itself
The Greatest Joy In Life
Bowie/Queen ("Under Pressure")
Lorna From London
A Frank Discussion About Yoga
An Exploration Into The ... Self
Abandonment, Alienation and More.
Boarding School
More Skeletons
A Bit of Morris Albert
More Lorna
Pencil Analogy
Bulldog  No (Excerpt)   Options Bulldog  MCA  1972  LP  I love a regional hit. Great reading about Bulldog. #3 in Cleveland! #2 in Melbourne!


An Encounter With Hare Krishna Enthusiasts In Front of Beth Israel Hospital (Union Square).
George Harrison   My Sweet Lord   Options Concert For Bangladesh  Apple  1971     
The Chiffons  He's So Fine   Options   Laurie  1962  45  ... and the whole lawsuit deal. 
Brent From Bergenfield, NJ
  The Road Ahead
  Sounds chipmunk-like.
  You can hear the tape speed ramping up here as Brent continues. It robs me of enjoyment. Only the eventual bird-chirping in the background cheers me.
Trickle Down
The America You Imagined 20 Years Ago
Boehner Chases The Dream
Pride In America (Still A Welcome Topic)
  Severe Chip and Dale Action
Johnny Mathis  Chances Are   Options   Columbia  1957  45  What can be said? A man can type a few words down. Then he has to stop. 
Acknowledging You, The Listener.
  Sophie, The Divorcee
  enough with the 'ah, now," sample. saturation reached.
Sophie's Message
Bird Shooting Sequence
Sophie Loves Radio
Regretting The Bird Shooting Sequence
Roland Asks For Change
Roland's Story
The World Is Coming To An End
An Excerpt Concerning Radiation In Japan, Courtesy of ITN News Network
Roland's Friends
Roland's Technique
Where Ya From? email me ... tell me dusty@wfmu.org
  Carrie Fischer from "Star Wars," 1977 - 20th Century Fox
Gaddafi speaks through a translator on Libyan State TV
Carrie Discusses The Wars
Sen. George McGovern speaks out against US involvement in SE Asia.
Bam II
  Donald Trump speaks about Obama's birth certicate on NEWSMAX TV
Perot Analogy
American Pride II
Sverre Kleven   Dansen Den Gar   Options Romantic Songs Of Sweden  Standard  ?  LP  Can't get enough of it. 
An Interview with Hakan in Washington Square Park
Turkishness Discussed
Warrior Culture
Fear Of Turkey
  dread of upcoming chipunkism
That dramatic music underpinning Hakan's speil about the return of the Ottoman's is Miklos Rozsa from the "El Cid" soundtrack. Oh, man. Talk about instant Dusty Classic! It's already nudged its way into heavy rotation.
  An excerpt from the movie "Midnight Express." (1978 - Columbia Pictures)
  Severe munks on the film clip. I can barely stand to hear it.
Hakan Is Homeless
Heart Problems
  Don't Do Drugs
Cigarettes Are the Gateway Drug
His Father Dies Of AIDS
  Keith Richards Interviewed on FORAN TV
More Drug Talk
Behavior Modification
God and Karma
A Little Pint Of Vodka
The Tape Turn with sophisticated music Fabio knew, but I forget now.
More Lorna from London
A 62" Television Or My Relationship WIth My Community
I'm Not Enough
Soup Going Cold
No Web-Site
Lorna's Message
Lorna's Special English Message
Lance Returns!
  BSI had this to say on the ACCUPLAYLIST: "I wish to one day say the word TRIGLYCERIDES with that much power. Seriously."

Why not leave a comment of your own? Fun!

Government Key-Punching
Mitty Moments
No Bottom To Human Depravity
Lost Moral Compass
  I love that word "gidgetry."
Lance's Message
  Lance, incidentally, is a Vietnam-Era veteran. He did not see combat action, but served nonetheless.
Lance's Additional Parting Words
I Pledge Allegiance To ... The Dusty Show!
Closing Salvo
Harvey Vinson and the Mustangs  Triplet Blues in G   Options Lead Guitar  Eva-Tone Soundsheets  1972    Instructional disc. This is the music behind the closing salvo. 
  That's it for another episode of The Dusty Show. I hope you enjoyed it. I have been pleased with your email response to it, and have been enjoying the ACCUPLAYLIST interaction as well. It's always hard to find the time it takes to make a taped episode. I like doing it, though. Thanks for your acceptance of the program in many different formats. Cool of you. OK then. It's Saturday night as I'm typing this and I want to go play my guitar for a while. I heard the acetates of Clay's Classic's III. All I can say is ... wow. Don't forget that bonus CD, either. The Day-Glo Pew, a short story I wrote just for marathon pledgers. Also ... a BONUS musical track from "Lyin' Heart." Look for your copy to arrive in the mail soon! Until next time, breathe ... and ... always remember. Clay



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Listener comments!

  6:09pm Clay:

Hello. Just got here.
  6:09pm BSI:

Long live the parambulators!
  6:11pm Clay:

Julie is here, too.
  6:14pm G:

  6:14pm Clay:

  6:15pm G:

got it!
  6:15pm G:

clay's all-theme park
  6:16pm david:

wait a minute... did Clay really jettison the "message of peace and love?"
  6:16pm Julie:

I like the brand-name Clay, but the generic is good as well
  6:17pm Clay:

No, I didn't jettison any of the cliches.
  6:17pm hamburger:

evenin' peeps
  6:18pm Clay:

Hello, H.
  6:21pm adamp:

  6:25pm adamp:

i love the honesty, clay
  6:26pm david:

I'm glad, Clay. keep 'em coming. we need more peace and love. :)
  6:27pm G:

all fmu listeners are kind of "out there"... :-)
  6:27pm Clay:

  6:29pm Cap. Key:

  6:30pm Clay:

I know. I am Cap ChAlLEngeD.
  6:32pm Anthony:

What's the e-mail again?
  6:35pm Cap. Key:

Easy to find out! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email
  6:36pm hamburger:

apparently it's gonna be HUGE
  6:36pm Cap. Key:

that's what they're saying, man
  6:39pm Clay:

I'm back.
  6:42pm Nancy Reagan:

Just say no. Then do whatever!
  6:43pm dc pat fc:

This is great Clay, thanks.
  6:44pm Clay:

Thanks, DC.
  6:45pm BSI:

Working late today. I'm usually on the bus by now & miss much of this. Totally love the Fabio/Clay chats but these tape shows are infinitely groovy...
  6:46pm Julie:

I like that, infinitely groovy
  6:47pm G:

infinitely locked groovy!
  6:48pm Clay:

Thanks BSI.
  6:49pm G:

he has that scratchy alcoholic voice, honestly
  6:55pm Clay:

Thanks for listening. Appreciate your doing so. Have a good weekend and ... always remember.
  6:55pm BSI:

I wish to one day say the word TRIGLYCERIDES with that much power. Seriously.
  6:56pm Clay:

I loved the way he said that.
  6:57pm Julie:

Triglycerides. I bet Clay has a record by them.
  6:58pm G:

He caught the clap from a toilet seat, and Triglycerides from the Triborough Bridge.
  6:59pm Gidget:

I've gotten up to facile gidgetry many a time.
  7:00pm Anthony:

This sententious old man reminds me of my dad.
  7:01pm Gidget:

Ditto. "succubus!!"
  7:03pm steven:

Great show today!
  11:01pm late to the party:

I enjoyed this show ALMOST as much as the live talk with Ken on Monday. Keep talking and keep taping!
  9:44pm hermitworks:

Sat down to pursue my nerdly hobby of the moment and chose this archive - wow. I love the street encounter recordings, and these were great from beginning to end. Thanks Clay!
  9:17pm maho:

Hey Clay, here listening in Orlando Florida. Great show!
  8:07pm Launa Myrie:

Dear Clay,

I just wanted to let you know that I tuned into the show and I loved it. You really have a gift for communicating with a level of trust that engenders honesty in those of us whom you interview. I also love how you weave it all together with threads from movie soundtracks and popular songs. I am hooked and will now be a regular listener.

Warm regards,
  11:54am Mike Sweeney:

Hi Clay. Enjoyable listening. Still no work for me,2 interviews last week. Waiting by the phone....be well...
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