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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 18, 2011: CLAY FOR IRENE

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Miklos Rosza   Battle of Valencia   Options El Cid Soundtrack  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Robert Preston  Ya Got Trouble   Options   0:08:12 (Pop‑up)
Wayne Newton  Red Roses For A Blue Lady   Options   0:13:40 (Pop‑up)
Doriis Day  Julie   Options   0:16:41 (Pop‑up)
Missing Persons  Destination Unknown   Options   0:22:12 (Pop‑up)
20/20   Yellow Pills   Options   0:36:07 (Pop‑up)
Telex  Moscow Discow   Options   0:26:06 (Pop‑up)
Synergy  Trellis   Options   0:35:41 (Pop‑up)
Led Zeppelin  No Quarter   Options   0:39:10 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Idiot Wind   Options   1:05:41 (Pop‑up)
Merle Haggard  Fightin' Side of Me   Options   1:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks  Moody Richard   Options   1:16:07 (Pop‑up)
The Beach Boys  Leaving This Town   Options Holland  1:19:52 (Pop‑up)
Peter Capp  Highway in my Mind   Options    
Motherlode  When I DIe   Options    
Marmalade   Rainbow   Options    
Ben Yost  The Bowery   Options    
Sally Johnson  Tavern Down The Street   Options    
Tom Kap  Lovin' Givin'   Options    
Craig Arthur  Daddy was a Green Beret   Options    
Orion  Texas Tea   Options    
Bernie Knee  Deborah Hospital   Options    
Cetu Javu  Situations   Options    
Shazz  Unreleased   Options    

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Listener comments!

  12:03pm BSI:

  12:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

what's that in the sky??
  12:04pm Minnesota Jeff:

SQUAK! SQUACK! Its a bird, its a plane, wait no, it is a bird! A PIGEON!!!
  12:05pm Cecile:

I'm going to say this pre-emptively. Clay, get out of my head.
  12:05pm DJ Location Monitor:

If he's seated, does that make him a Chair Pigeon?
  12:05pm Cecile:

Also, do you have anything from the Captain Blood soundtrack?
  12:06pm BSI:

I've had clay in my head for ages, but it's got nothing to do with THIS guy.
  12:07pm listener mark:

The Battle of Valencia Oranges !
  12:07pm BSI:

By the way; welcome back to Thee Captain's Chair.
  12:08pm Cecile:

I thought you were getting funky with the turntables. Mess it up some more.
  12:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think the blood oranges won
  12:08pm bennett4senate:

yo Pidge how bout that Bullit soundtrack - all that Lalo Schiffrin - groovy stuff
  12:09pm DJ Location Monitor:

What, no Ken on sodium pentathol (and tramadol)?
  12:09pm dc (y):

my kids love the Music Man..
  12:10pm DJ Location Monitor:

Does Pidge J on the Think System?
  12:10pm Mariano:

Robert Preston... there's someone who should still be alive! Sorely missed.
  12:11pm DJ Location Monitor:

J = DJ
  12:11pm MD:

CLAY......THE 'FMU DJ OF THE SUMMER OF 2011!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:11pm Clay:

Hello Everyone. I am nervous and jittery. No Ken. On my own. Fears arise of inadequacy. Be merciful.
  12:12pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hey Clay, how are you? coo or cuckoo?
  12:12pm MD:

  12:13pm Cecile:

what MD said.
  12:13pm Carmichael:

Good morning, Jittery J and all fans.
  12:13pm BSI:

Ken would suggest ALTERNATE NOSTRIL BREATHING as a way to ground & center....... particularly on-the-air, amplified, with tons of reverb, alternate nostril breathing... You'll feel like a million bucks.
  12:14pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Hooray for Clay!
  12:15pm Cecile:

Listening to the show on archive, I'm struck by how much you guys struggle with the same things I do. Birds of a feather...
  12:16pm DJ Location Monitor:

Wayne sounds kinds like Regis Philbin......... Has anyone ever seen the two of them together at once in one place????
  12:17pm listener mark:

A mental health day is a legitimate sick day.
  12:18pm Sean Gostage:

Hi Clay, greetings from Sherborne, UK, loving the music
  12:18pm Carmichael:

Hopefully, some Shirley Bassey is coming up.
  12:19pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

I hope Julie is listening.
  12:20pm DJ Location Monitor:

Ut oh, a mash note to a fellow DJ!!!!!!
  12:20pm Matt from Springfield:

What, Julie's playing Doris Day?!!

Howya doing, Clay!
  12:21pm Mariano:

Sounds like a winning breakfast to me!!!
  12:21pm Cecile:

Oh, yes. The voices.
  12:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Little chocolate donuts and cigarettes. The REAL breakfast of champions.
  12:22pm BSI:

not M.O.R. at all ... the El Cid piece was complete hardcore. Seriously!
  12:22pm John Belushi:

Who knew, Matt.
  12:22pm listener mark:

how flexible and tenuous our grip on reality actually is
  12:22pm Brian in UK:

Good afternoon, sir. You can also have concerns of adequacy. That'll be $50
  12:22pm Cecile:

You remembered right.
  12:25pm Dan B From Upstate:

Afternoon, Clay. I'm sorry I missed last week's show. It was a thing of beauty.
  12:25pm Matt from Springfield:

The Missing Persons would be the MOR; Wayne Newton and Doris would be..."Beautiful Music", if they still even have that.
  12:26pm Cecile:

heh, Missing Persons is exactly what an aging Zappa sideman and a Playboy bunny thiought New Wave would sound like. It's pretty wrong, but funny.
  12:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay, one thing you could do during long fill-ins would be to write a one-man radio play, something you can do yourself with minimal FX, and perform it on the air LIVE!
  12:27pm don:

clay.. you're the man now dog
  12:28pm Ike:

Apparently "beautiful music" stations have been resurrected in FL and AZ. Appropriate locations for them.

I'm not much for the 60s and 70s pop, but I love when Clay goes 80s.
  12:29pm Carmichael:

The aging Zappa sideman has been beating the living shit out of a cowering drumset with Jeff Beck for the last few years. He plays mostly standing, and occasionally runs laps around the kit while smiting.
  12:29pm BSI:

ooh, obscure new wave is always a good move. Something from Peter Baumann's "repeat repeat" LP, anyone? mm?
  12:30pm Carmichael:

Or perhaps a tune by Raydio.
  12:30pm BSI:

not that PB is "obscure" but, eh...
  12:30pm Dan B From Upstate:

We have a beautiful music station here in Utica of all places. Can't say I've ever listened to it.
  12:30pm Parq:

Ah, that's right, Clay's here. I came back in the middle of the disco track, and I was pretty durn sure that it wasn't Irene.
  12:30pm Marmalade Kitty:

Happy Monday!
  12:32pm Cecile:

I didn't say the aging Zappa sideman couldn't kick my ass in every physical and artistic way possible...:D
  12:32pm Cecile:

Got any Bram Tchaikovsky?
  12:32pm Cecile:

ah! 20/20! The theme song of the powerpop underground.
  12:33pm Carmichael:

Oh man, I LOVED Bram T. Saw them on Don Kirshner's show and fell in love with their sound. "Girl of My Dreams" still plays in my head, whether I want it to or not.
  12:35pm Cecile:

Carm, the first three songs off that first album just destroy.
  12:35pm Cecile:

Clay, do you have any Shoes?
  12:36pm BSI:

dunno the Bram T. material but as a graphic designer that one LP sleeve always stuck in my head as a great thing...
  12:36pm Cecile:

It was pretty great.
  12:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cecile 12:35: Well you can't borrow his shoes now, he's wearing them!
  12:37pm JOhn Guggle:

Always a pleasant surprise to hear Clay on a Monday afternoon.
  12:37pm Brian in UK:

Jason Falkners my man.
  12:38pm BSI:

ah, Larry Fast is back! I played the hell out of these Synergy records through highschool...
  12:38pm Marmalade Kitty:

Bram Stokers Count Dracula landed in Whitby N.Yorkshire.. AAaahhhhhh.. +-+,
  12:38pm Radio Consultant:

The "Beautiful Music" programming format of several decades back ago has been renamed to "Nursing Home PA System".
  12:38pm Cecile:

You left off Yellow Pills, clay.
LOL! Synergy. My God. My early college friends were all techies who were building synths. I heard lots of Synergy.
  12:39pm Carmichael:

Strange Land Changed Land has a pretty cool classic WWII propoganda poster style. Now that I went to AllMusic and revisited the album, Lady From the USA and Robber are coming back to me.
  12:39pm Cecile:

get out of my head, BSI.
  12:40pm Brian in UK:

Are you in a warm place, Mr Clay?
  12:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  12:40pm v k:

NO QUARTER - my absolutely favorite 'zone out' or 'trip out' song in high school - love it!
  12:41pm Cecile:

DUDE. DUDE. good choice.
  12:41pm ?:

dude, gettin the led out on a Monday afternoon. clay. Clay. Clay! CLAY!
  12:42pm MD:

CLAY ASTOUNDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:42pm Matt from Springfield:

This is why a bit of Clay is always a good thing!

@v k: I myself liked "The Rain Song" for "zoning out".
  12:42pm dc (y):

agree w/ Zep choice but man those guits sounded kinda lame. Haven't heard this in a while.
  12:42pm Carmichael:

I wonder if TortElvis would attempt this ....
  12:42pm Clay:

Struggling here to find footing. Needed to get Led out. No one called. The rejection hit my like a solid left. Love you all, though. Already the voices say ... "not as good as last week ... not as good as last week .... "
  12:42pm JOhn Guggle:

Haha. "No Quarter" always reminds me of my college radio station. Some jerk brought a band into record in our unfinished music library during my show, the guitar player played the main riff for like forty minutes, the sound bleeding onto my show. I told them to stop, they didn't. I freaked out, the bass player tried to fight me until an authority figure came and told them to leave
  12:42pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

one of the first riffs I learned on the GEETAR
  12:42pm bennett4senate:

why is it that any time Led is gettin' got out on any other station I filp it immediately, but on WFMU its totally killing!!??
  12:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Clay you one funny man
  12:44pm Carmichael:

DCE, you mean the first riff after Louie Louie ...
  12:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: Awesome! The wah-guitar part (rhythm) or the clear electric guitar?
  12:44pm Cecile:

bennett, because it's liket he 70s. You didn't hear it as often, so it was a huge treat.
  12:44pm MD:

SUMMER OF 2011................THE SUMMER OF CLAY!!
  12:44pm Cecile:

And, you hear deep cuts. I never thought I would learn to hate Immigrant Song, and yet i have...

Unless the Viking kitties were doing it.
  12:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

the riff part, for sure. I remember my uncle teaching me Louie Louie out in the yard on the first electric guitar he gave me back in '83
  12:45pm MD:

  12:46pm Cecile:

One of Plant's best vocals, too. Understated.
  12:46pm dc (y):

keep it cooly baby.
  12:47pm MD:

  12:47pm Jonathan from Maine:

Thanks for Missing Persons, Clay. (Talk about CONTINUITY!) MOR or not, be it ageing bunnies or Zappa sidemen, and then to Zep . . . a little more MOR . . . NICE MONDAY AFTERNOON!
  12:49pm Matt from Springfield:

So that was a DISCO station in Florida?
You've come a long way since then (home to FMU!), but Clay Pigeon past, present, forever!
  12:49pm Marmalade Kitty:

the shining is good!
  12:50pm MD:

  12:50pm dale:

enjoying the sounds over my radio shack transistor radio while outside doing yardwork. 'i don't wanna be buried, in a pet, cem-a-terrrrry.'
  12:51pm hamburger / london:

I think I saw the first 10 mins of 'Children of the corn' when I was 8 and totally pooped ma pants / not literally, but close enough
  12:51pm Jelly Hound:

Big fan of Fred Gwynne in Pet Sematary
  12:52pm rst-wiley:

The Dead Zone introduced me to Christopher Walken.
  12:53pm rst-wiley:

And Cronenberg, too.
  12:53pm MD:

  12:53pm Cecile:

Yello deep cuts were pretty great.
  12:53pm Marmalade Kitty:

Christopher Walken is the main man!
  12:54pm Cheri Pi:

Speaking of No Quarter, the Cincinnati police just shot and killed our friend this morning. There are no words to explain how distraught our community is right now. It'll be interesting to hear how they justify this in their news conference at 1.
  12:54pm Cecile:

WOW. Cheri, that's heavy. I'm so sorry.
  12:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Alexander Hamilton.
1st Treasury Secretary and our N/Ath President.
  12:56pm dale:

listening in the hudson valley over the mt. hope repeater. tivoli radio in the house, radio shack am/fm/shortwave outdoors!
  12:56pm Parq:

Dear Lord, Cheri. We read about this in the news way too often, but to have a personal connection to such a case is nearly unimaginable. Our hearts are with you.
  12:56pm MD:

  12:57pm rst-wiley:

Real life horror, Cheri. Take good care.
  12:57pm Matt from Springfield:

NaP -- Not a President.

But honestly, it's Hamilton, not any of the presidents, that will get you Swedish Fish and Dr. Pepper! Put them both in your mouth at once--Crazy Awesome!
  12:58pm Jonathan from Maine:

Ah, Lewiston . . . you'll understand Stephen King (who went to high school at Lisbon High, a ways down the Androscoggin). Few King readers know that he studied with poet Robert Creeley and helped fund the National Poetry Foundation in Orono, Maine. Drop an email when you come to Maine, Clay, and I'll show you around . . . Sorry to hear your news, Cheri.
  12:58pm Handsome Harry:

Zappin' Nads!! You tell 'em, Clay!!
  12:58pm Dan B From Upstate:

You'd call him Aaron Burr from the way he's dropping Hamiltons. Love that tune.
  12:58pm MD:

Dale........I was lisstening on the Yeasu VX7B
That's a trip!!!!!!!!! Alarm clock is the old Realistic DX440!!!!
  12:58pm Julie:

Good morning, Pigeon
  12:59pm Cheri Pi:

Our police have been known for their heavy handed responses before, we have even had riots in protest.
trying to keep an open mind before I hear the "facts."
  12:59pm Marmalade Kitty:

sorry to hear that Cheri
  1:00pm Bas, NL:

My condoleances to you, Cheri.
  1:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Sorry to hear that Cheri! Didn't know you were in Cincinnati--a smaller city, but I've heard more than it's fair share of horror stories in the news. Like the Mid-America LAPD. Keep your friend in your heart, we'll keep you in ours.
  1:01pm Cecile:

Cheri, I guess a measured response is good in your case, but the outcome won't change no matter what's found and that's what sucks.
  1:02pm dale:

mine is the dx398, made by sangean. crappy shortwave propagation now, though.
  1:02pm Cecile:

WISHBONE ASH. I had and enjoyed Wishbone 4 for a long time.
  1:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Julie, welcome to Clay-Fest!
  1:03pm dale:

i couldn't afford a yaesu. i do have a grundig satellit 700 i'll sell ya for $300, though
  1:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cecile: I have an LP of Wishbone Ash I bought in college. I like them, an underrated 70s rock classic! Did you listen to Humble Pie and Nazareth?
  1:04pm MD:

Propagation gettin better....COME ON CYCLE 24!!!!!!!!!!
  1:05pm Marmalade Kitty:

I'll never be fooled again by internet vernacular!
DC Pat(y)
  1:05pm dale:

hey clay, just watched phantom of the paradise and thought 'bout ya because i think you played some paul williams a while back. if you want a kick see paul williams as a little kid in 'the loved ones'
  1:06pm Bas, NL:

Hi Clay!!
  1:06pm Cecile:

I didn't listen to Humble Pie, but loved the hell out of the Nazareth Hair of the Dog album - the people I babysat for gave it to me as a graduation gift! I hate Love Stings, but Hair of the Dog is a great damn basher.
  1:07pm BSI:

Need I remind you, Mr. Pigeon, that you haven't played Bobby Vinton since 11june09? There's RAW MAGIC hiding in those obscure B-sides from his early days...
  1:08pm Parq:

'Clie, I was the opposite; Nazareth never did if for me, but I loved the Humble Pie Filmore album.
  1:08pm gina k:

Hey Clay... Great to hear ya on the radio today. I'm an over the hill punk rocker convert from Jazz Fusion too! + almost ready for aarp :)
  1:10pm slugluv1313:

ISIS rules!!!!!! waiting for the sonrise . . . !
  1:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cecile,Parq: Love "Hurts"?
But I like both HP and Nazareth--and Mountain! The hair bands of the 80s were shallow wannabes of these 70s Titans.
  1:10pm Marmalade Kitty:

anything with Filmore atmosphere was good.. Top venue
  1:11pm Dan B From Upstate:

Are you a fan of the long tracks, Clay?
  1:11pm BSI:

of course after shilling for Bobby Vinton, it's now time to raise a fist for BUDGIE...
  1:11pm Matt from Springfield:

I once said to DCE that "Clay's a proud defender of Wishbone Ash! If he doesn't...who will?"
DCE replied that Clay's "off to be a warrior"...I can imagine you getting on your steed, with a radio mike for a sword and a Wishbone Ash LP as your sword!
  1:11pm Parq:

Agree and then some on Mountain; another one of my touchstone 70s bands.
  1:12pm Clay:

Enjoying all your comments. Wrestling with crippling insecurities. Wish this how could last forever. It's almost over already.
  1:12pm dc (y):

anybody else think Dylan's tunes are too long? .....Do I have anything nice to say today?
  1:13pm dc (y):

funny, my comment right after Clay's...
  1:14pm ?:

@ dc(y): I was just about to ask if there were any other Dylan non-fans out there. . . I am one of them
  1:14pm Sean Gostage:

This will read like a very strange comment but I am a Brit who is a fan of all things American. I have memorised all 50 state capitals and am having a go at memorising the 44 presidents, do you think I need to get a life?
  1:14pm Cecile:

My favorite Mountain cover is Couch Flambeau's version of Mississippi Queen. Jay Tiller giggles at the lyrics, but plays guitar nearly as well as Leslie West
  1:14pm Cecile:

No, because I used to know a hell of a lot about England.
  1:14pm ?:

what's the capital of SOuth Dakota? Vermont?
  1:15pm Dan B From Upstate:

Sean, you already know more about America than most Americans.
  1:15pm Cecile:

I'm not a fan of Dylan, but everything on Blood on the Tracks is great.
  1:15pm Parq:

Sean: virtually no American could name all of the presidents, and many cannot correctly state the current president's nationality or religion.
  1:15pm seang:

Big rally at the Paul Revere Mall in the North End of Boston against the corporate tax cheats--rise up!--marchforcommonsense.org
  1:15pm Cecile:

that too, Dan B.
  1:18pm dc (y):

oh I dig a lot of Dylan but it just seems like he's over the top some times...
  1:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@Sean: I know all 44, but that includes William Henry "Prez for 30 Days Then Catch Pneumonia and Die" Harrison and others that aren't too important in the long run.

BUT, it's easier than memorizing all the British PMs, so I say: whaddaya got to lose?
  1:19pm Dan B From Upstate:

Yeah, I know a lot about the UK from all of the Doctor Who, Top Gear, and QI that I watch. I often wonder if I should get a life.
  1:20pm Julie:

Where is Starcastle?
  1:20pm Parq:

DC(y): "Blood" and the follow-up album, "Desire", comprised the shank of Dylan's "novel set to music" period. Me, I always dug those songs, but I liked all of those jams that covered a full side of an LP in the pre-punk era, too.
  1:20pm Sean Gostage:


South Dakota-Pierre

And I promise I didn't look it up
  1:21pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Uh oh, Julie's caught the bug.
  1:21pm Clay:

I forgot my Starcastle, Julie. I have Close to the Edge, though. Tempted to play the whole thing.
  1:22pm BSI:

Not at all ashamed to be a bigger supporter of Arsenal than DC United. Is that treason? Or just superior intellect?
  1:23pm Cecile:

Clay, 70s Beach Boy deep cuts, yes.
Yes, no.
Quiz item? Which member of the Rutles was on this Beach Boys album?
  1:24pm Marmalade Kitty:

BSI, It would be , were Arsenal anything special ;)
  1:25pm Julie:

Sending Clay a virtual pat on the head
  1:25pm JJ:

Boring is good for getting in the zone at work!
  1:25pm Chelsea FC 'ooligan:

BSI you RIGHT BASTARD!! Arsenal can drop dead!! I'd like to see you talk like that when we invade your pitch! (chucks dustbin through a plate glass window)
  1:26pm Cecile:

Yes! Ricky Fataar!
  1:26pm Tom G:

Arsenal is ok, but there's only one Fulham.
  1:26pm Handsome Harry:

I am in the not-a-Dylan-fan camp. Except for the Christmas Album. That's one incredible work of art.
  1:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I know Cecile! Ricky Fataar = "Stig" from The Rutles!
  1:27pm Marmalade Kitty:

Good luck Arsenal.. Hate ManU!
  1:28pm Julie:

Clay...Clay...Clay (shaking head)
  1:29pm Marmalade Kitty:

Call me?
  1:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Clay, how bout you just call all of us!
  1:31pm BSI:

God bless the MLS but it isn't half the game of the Premier League, even with those "chelsea" creatures scuttling around like horseshoe crabs... now, about that BUDGIE record...
  1:31pm Cecile:

I'm sorry. Not calling. Not at work. But give me the 800 number and I might call you and Fabs sometime.
  1:32pm Boardies:

@Cecile: BAKAWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!
  1:32pm Julie:

I think the 800 number is only for marathon time
  1:32pm Matt from Springfield:

You're a serious perfectionist Clay. I can tell because I am once myself--just relax and know that there are legions of fans worldwide, enjoying you and diggin' your show regardless of whether things "go right" or not.
  1:33pm Julie:

  1:33pm Boardies:

"Hugh, tell us about Hugh/you"
  1:33pm Dan B From Upstate:

Bowie loves Fannie is a great name for this episode.
  1:34pm real dc (y) pat fc united:

WHOA, missing soccer talk. I'm supporting DC United this year. I'm tired of not being into the home team. Spurs are my fave English team but they're not cutting it. I don't know why folks get into Arsenal. The only thing I can say about Chelsea is their "third" jerseys rule.
  1:36pm real dc (y) pat fc united:

BSI: you're right there--MLS has a ways to go. But mark my words, in our lifetime, an American national team will be a force to reckon with. You should see all the kids playing footie these days...
  1:36pm Jonathan from Maine:

Brown is the new green . . .
  1:36pm Matt from Springfield:

What's your favorite hue, Hugh?
If there were more like Dave Van Ronk, maybe people would say "party like a folk star", beating the "rock stars" to it!
  1:37pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Stuckey's--a terribly unappealing name for a restaurant.
  1:37pm Tom G:

Thing with Chelsea is they've got more money than they know what to do with, thus the ridiculous contracts and the $50 mil Torres statue. Arsenal is fun but they flatter to deceive. They lose and draw too many games because they don't have a real keeper or center back. MLS is gettin better.
  1:37pm BSI:

can't explain the Arsenal thing. It's like being born left-handed, man, you just ARE... Arsenal supporters are born fully-formed. BUT, this promises to be one of the better DCU seasons in a couple, in'cha Allah...
  1:37pm drewo:

My new Monday afternoon addiction. Love the show Clay.
  1:38pm Dan B From Upstate:

I'd love to call, Clay, but I'm at work today. I've been trying to get my lady friend to call you, but I can't get a hold of her. Sorry!
  1:39pm Matt from Springfield:

And green goes fine with brown--grass and dirt are natural. Brown hair goes great with green.
(Though personally, I LOVE a girl with red, bright hair and a green top. An Irish beaut!)
  1:39pm Marmalade Kitty:

fc united are the manchester united separatists, who split and set up there own club apart from the main team because of chairman/ownership issues. The Glazers corporation.
  1:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Like Julianne with a green top! Drooooll....
When are ya coming to the UCB Theater, Julianne?!
  1:39pm Cecile:

I loved Montreal when I was up there. All you need to do is learn a little French and be respectful, and Montreal and Quebec City are great.
  1:40pm Julie:

Oh man I'm heading to Montreal next week....and Clay is making Canada sound so bad
  1:40pm Cecile:

Montreal is becoming the good dance music capital of the world.
  1:40pm Matt from Springfield:

The Spirit of Radio!!
  1:40pm Julie:

Going to try to make it to QC this time, Cecile!
  1:41pm LimeLight:

  1:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Clay as Geddy--not bad!
  1:41pm Handsome Harry:

  1:42pm Jonathan from Maine:

Rush! You can't get away from it, Clay . . .
  1:42pm Matt from Springfield:

I thought that long intro riff was The Spirit of Radio, not Limelight...never mind, Spirit had that scale-kind-of-beginning, and the drum crash.
  1:42pm Cecile:

There is a lovely man, who I hope is still there, who runs a great record shop. We bonded a ltitle because I bought a Steve Lacy record . We communicated via Spanish, French and broken English.
  1:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Subdivisions--an anti-suburb epic from '82! Do you know that offhand Clay?
  1:43pm ?:

love me some Xanadu . . .
  1:43pm Geddy Lee:

  1:44pm annie:

ok, i'm changing the station now..
  1:45pm Dave B:

Spirit of the Radio starts "boddledeba boodledeeba boodledeeba boodledeeba"
  1:45pm Handsome Harry:

I think we need a little more RUSH.
  1:45pm Matt from Springfield:

So that's her decision...strive for quality, NOT PERFECTION!
  1:46pm rst-wiley:

Speaking of Rush - One of my favourite guest appearances on this show: Alex Lifeson -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRCYP1jSMJQ

Or find your own : http://www.google.ca/search?q=Alex+Lifeson+Rick+Mercer
  1:46pm Tom G:




  1:46pm Matt from Springfield:

@Dave B: Yeah, that's the "scale" kind of thing I was trying to describe once I remembered. Rush incorporated a lot of scale-y riffs, like "Tom Sawyer".
  1:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

the more things change, the more they stay the same.
  1:47pm glenn:

congratulations, prime minister tim horton on your first double double.
  1:48pm Matt from Springfield:

PM Tim Horton--elected to the first majority government in several years, on the basis of his "Dollars(Canadian) For Donuts" campaign pledge.
  1:49pm Dave B:

  1:49pm rst-wiley:

  1:51pm Lyn:

I'm stain' on this channel ... my BF is singing Rush tunes with you all
  1:51pm ?:

Shut up already. Play some music and stop listening to your self spew non-sence.
  1:53pm Matt from Springfield:

There was a pro-democracy blogger in Egypt calling himself "Sandmonkey" so maybe that's not such a bad name...
  1:53pm paul b:

Clay, I know the show comments are _not_ to be used for requests. but if anyone on WFMU would play SeaTrain's "13 Questions" it might be you. Also when you were talking about boxers a while back Manny Pacquiao is Filipino not Mexican.
  1:53pm glenn:

if you're gonna diss, man up and use your name.
  1:53pm Handsome Harry:

  1:53pm steve:

Clay....never stop!
  1:53pm ted:

Clay, your inner Fabio has surfaced!
  1:53pm Ike:

Aw jeez, even I'm not as mean as that anonymous commenter above. I much prefer hearing Clay talk!
  1:53pm Cheri Pi:

Police Shoot, Kill Local Musician In Northside
  1:54pm Cecile:

paul b, I never heard that before. Man, I'd never get a request played if that were true.
  1:54pm Matt from Springfield:

  1:54pm llcultjam:

I adore your choice of music and your interviews. I rarely listen at this hour but it's a nice change. Keep on.
  1:54pm Cecile:

aw, Cheri. man.
  1:55pm Dina:

I love you Clay! Don't let the haters get to you. Rush ROCKS!!!
  1:55pm dale:

wonder if mr. england is calling over a watts line?
  1:55pm Cheri Pi:

NO Rush! I was tricked into listening to their single on Record store day!!!
  1:55pm Matt from Springfield:

It's a dreary day in VA--Clay and the commenters are keepin' my spirits UP!
  1:55pm cod:

if you choose not to decide- you still have made a choice!
  1:56pm ?:

is this Pete Townshend?
  1:56pm Jonathan from Maine:

Clay, you make us revisit the clich├ęs . . .
  1:56pm Cecile:

Minneapolis has awesome beer.

And Todd is Godd.
  1:56pm working man:

It seems to me
I could live my life
A lot better than I think I am.
I guess that's why they call me,
They call me the workin' man.
  1:56pm Jonathan from Maine:

"spanking the bottoms" of English beer !!?
  1:57pm Mr. Lee:

Limelight ...
  1:57pm Handsome Harry:

Clay - see if you can get this guy to sing us something.
  1:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

a modest man from Mandrake travelled rich to the city
  1:57pm cod:

Morrisey is a 'spirited' fellow, but he cant sing in tune
  1:57pm glenn:

record store day i toronto was fahreezin' cold, rainy and super windy. i still made it out, and even found a people like us c.d. to buy.
  1:57pm Julie:

Wow someone outmeaned Ike?
  1:58pm Cecile:

Sean, if you come to the US, make sure to drink loads of Chicago, Minneapolis, and Michigan beers.
  1:58pm glenn:

julie needs to do another canadian music show.
  1:58pm Dan B From Upstate:

Sean must have never met an "ugly american." Kinda' rare.
  1:58pm Julie:

Glenn it was like that here too..it was all monsoony out
  1:59pm Nanker:

Good manners?!
  1:59pm Julie:

Haha Glenn, maybe after this trip
  1:59pm Cecile:

glenn, I'm going to go spend some money at a record store when it's not record store day. That way they can make it to next record story day.
  1:59pm chris R:

keep the talking going. Love Clay's conversations and Rush covers.
  1:59pm cod:

polite? he must have only visited the small middwestern cities
  1:59pm glenn:

aren't monsoons at least warm?
  2:00pm listener mark:

Still here. Does this count towards the total?
  2:00pm drewo:

Love the Sean interview. He is spot on - craft beer brewing is one of America's last great industries.
  2:00pm Cecile:

Oooh! Great cheese in Iowa. And you gotta go to Goose Island in Chicago.
  2:01pm Matt from Springfield:

No, I love Slade and "Merry Xmas Everybody"!
It hasn't been played to death in the US, though. Otherwise I think America needs more Slade.
  2:01pm KevinWho:

see you in Pittsburgh!
  2:01pm Julie:

@Glenn I am looking for those elusive Canadian goth bands
  2:01pm Cecile:

Slade's Flame is a minor classic of a movie.
  2:01pm dale:

obamas only giving us loose change. i voted and i'm disappointed. think he's just in it for the lecture circuit when his gig is up.
  2:02pm glenn:

controller controller comes to mind. and die mannequin.
  2:03pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, dale that's where the REAL $ is at!
  2:03pm Julie:

I think Clay should stay there 12 more hours and be on my show tonight
  2:04pm Mrs. Clay:

No problem. I need a break.
  2:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: I still like him, from the start I never expected him to be the Messiah, just good. Maybe not as good as when I voted for him, but at least he's trying to get America back in order. EVERY other politician is scaring me right now. I wouldn't trust anyone other than Obama with our collective "car keys" right now.
  2:06pm ted:

More Pagliaro please Clay!!
Some Sing Some Dance!
  2:06pm Ike:

@Dale, maybe I'm a cynic but I always figure any viable Democrat is going to be a "moderate" as pres no matter what (s)he says during the campaign. Many thought he would be a great ultra-liberal savior, but why? I saw no evidence of that. Still helped out with the campaign, but retained my cynicism, even in '08... or is that realism? Yeah, agree with Matt.
  2:06pm cod:

whioa. great track until the sax came in
  2:06pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Clay, I think you'd like the GWS film. People who responded to newspaper ads performed the audition scenes without knowing it was a movie.
  2:07pm ted:

in honour of Montreal and Canada
  2:07pm glenn:

if your gonna play canadian stuff from the seventies, how about crowbar? oh what a feeling still kills.
  2:07pm listener mark:

Yes, Clay should stay. Please bring him a shepards pie for supper.
  2:08pm glenn:

or mashmakhan. speaking of montreal.
  2:08pm seang:

got any Cajun zydeco? that'll get ya outta yr funk
  2:09pm dale:

agreed, most of washington seems to have gone off the deep end. stste and local govt not much better. we'll always have today and this show, however
  2:09pm Julie:

I think that'd be funny..Clay can chime in on everyone's show
  2:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Marmalade! Were they an Apple Records band? I know they did a cover of "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da"
  2:10pm Cecile:

April WIne. Riot. Max Webster. Anvil. Nomeansno. DOA. and so on and so forth.
  2:10pm Julie:

Oooh I like this. I need flea market records. Everywhere I go the records are expensive. I love me some random $1 records
  2:11pm ted:

Clay is the best radio personality ever.
Nulius Secondus
  2:12pm Das:

What is the happiest instrument in the world?
  2:12pm Julie:

  2:12pm dale:

marmalade did ' all my sorrow, sad tomorrows...'
  2:12pm Julie:

Where was Marmalade Kitty to hear Marmalade?
  2:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: Amen!
@Ike: Someone said how every liberal president has to go right-ward from their ideals in order to get elected and get re-elected. Just like how the progressive, socially accepting (civil rights, women's rights, handicapped, gay rights) always pay an electoral price in their time. Prejudice is a short-term winner, then social justice prevails over time.
  2:13pm KevinWho:

5-string banjo, or hammer dulcimer
  2:13pm glenn:

don't get me started on the price of records.
  2:14pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

@Das - does whistling count?
  2:14pm Cheri Pi:

I spent SOOOO much money on records the last 2 weeks, I am flat broke!!! And still nothing to listen to...
  2:15pm Matt from Springfield:

That was a very DIFFERENT Bowery from today's!
@Julie: Small town record stores usually have great prices--quality is also lower but there are usually at least some great finds as well!
  2:15pm Julie:

@Glenn I heard that. I bought exactly one thing on Saturday, and not even a RSD item. Cheap crap is a good way to explore new artists.
  2:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Betsy should put Clay on her Fill-In Shortlist! Pretty good!
  2:16pm Julie:

@Matt I rarely record shop in NYC, but when I'm traveling that's most of what I do. Last couple trips, Ann Arbor & Montreal, both chock full of record stores. Vinyl aplenty!
  2:17pm dale:

last rekkid i bought was a john wayne cd reissue at the salvay for a dollar.. since i don't live in the city anymore and can't frequent other music i don't even bother.
  2:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: I'm sure there would be a bunch of good vinyl there! Try and see if there are any online reviews of good record stores before you go somewhere new. You seem to be successful whenever you head to Montreal.
  2:20pm Julie:

@Matt Emilie Simon was best record store find EVER. Totally bought on the pretty cover. I think I went to 7-8 up there, and still didn't hit them all.
  2:20pm Matt from Springfield:

I went to Radford University, way the hell in the southwest of VA, they had a guitar and vinyl store, Barry's that had great values. A friend from Danville took me to a fabulous, cheap store in Danville, VA. Chapel Hill and Greensboro, NC have a bunch of good ones as well.
  2:20pm Cecile:

I can't remember the name, but there's a great story on Plateau Mt. Royal that's super-hip. Black walls, red front, girls and guys dressed in black and white 60s girls. We talked about the Monks cause they had the Black Monk Time book in the window.
  2:20pm Cecile:

record store, I mean.
  2:21pm Julie:

@Matt when I went to Chapel Hill the good record store was closed that day! And the one other I found was not so great. I gotta make another road trip down, I think. Driven through VA many times, never shopped there!
  2:21pm listener mark:

And Clay needs a room temperature beer and a kidney pie for dessert
  2:21pm Das:

Yes please
  2:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, Emilie Simon was a record store find!
How about Emilie Autumn, where did you first find about her?
  2:21pm dale:

didn't barry sadler go mental and kill someone?
  2:21pm glenn:

there's more good record stores in toronto than montreal, the obvious difference being that montreal has french stuff, and disco.
  2:22pm Mariano:

He grew up to be Morrissey!
  2:23pm Julie:

Thanks, Cecile! @Matt Another item purchased based on the cover. I think I may have gotten her through the Projekt site. @Glenn problem with Montreal is all the French stuff was stuck together in a French section, no clue what genre any of it was. I think I need to hit Toronto soon!
  2:23pm Cecile:

And metal! I went to Soundscapes, is it? in Toronto. Very chic and well-stocked.
  2:23pm Julie:

Oh WOW seriously Elvisy
  2:24pm glenn:

soundscapes. on college street. great record store.
  2:24pm Cecile:

And Monster Books and Records. They had great cheap stuff and a good vibe. We talked a long time. Later I found out they sponsor an annual Thin Lizzy tribute show.
  2:24pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounds like a Glen Campbell chord progression too
  2:24pm Cecile:

Yeah, and a trolley ride from Cafe Diplomatico. Had great fritto misto there.
  2:25pm Wikipedia:

@dale: On December 1, 1978 at around 11pm, Sadler killed country songwriter Lee Emerson Bellamy with one gunshot to the head. The shooting was the culmination of a month's long dispute the men had over Darlene Sharp, who was Bellamy's former girlfriend, and Sadler's girlfriend at the time. Bellamy was, by all accounts, a loud and obnoxious drug addict[citation needed], and was not pleased by her involvement with Sadler. Witnesses gave testimony that prior to the shooting, Bellamy made many harassing phone calls to Sadler, and numerous threats on his life.
  2:25pm Cecile:

Glen via Jimmy Webb...
  2:25pm Wikipedia:

this is a "gentle on my mind" "hommage"
  2:25pm KevinWho:

Gentle On My Mindfu##
  2:25pm glenn:

jimmy webb.
  2:26pm maxim goose:

wasnt the orion story that he'd do a few numbers,then go behind the curtain all sweaty annd knackered,only to re-appear immediately-fresh as a daisy to belt out a load more,elvis style numbers--elvis was sharing the stage with orion you see?
  2:26pm Julie:

oh wow I had no idea about Sadler. Clay, play a girl please :)
  2:26pm Handsome Harry:

That was some great Orion, bet yer bottom dollar.
  2:27pm glenn:

forget yer starbucks. the dip makes the best latte in the universe. terrible food tho.
  2:28pm Cecile:

They made me a great espresso. Awesome. And the fritto was quite good. Must have been a good day. Just like what I call Italian tempura - perfect.
  2:28pm rst-wiley:

Catching up
Matt f S's @Ike:
"Prejudice is a short-term winner, then social justice prevails over time. "

Is that the price of democracy as a whole, a binary system or sheesh, locales aside the world can do better than that, can't we all?
  2:28pm maxim goose:

i got the is elvis alive book at the time,with cassette of elvis talking to radio djs on air,er,after his death--that had whole chapters on orion--bit hazy now though
  2:29pm dale:

thanks wiki. lesson learned - don't mess with a man trained to snap someones neck, or any many with a gun for that matter.
  2:30pm ted:

Cecile, you speak of my hood....live right around the corner from Soundscapes and Cafe Diplo...one of the best places to live...long live Kensington Market
  2:31pm glenn:

don't forget balfour books, my fave used book store.
  2:31pm TJ:

I feel compelled all of a sudden to say hello ... so, hello, clay!
  2:31pm Cecile:

I almost did a MuchMusic tour, but it didn't pan out. It was in the Ed the Sock days when it ran in the US (before it was Fuse). that would have been great.
  2:32pm glenn:

pop quiz - best flea market record find. everyone?
  2:32pm Cecile:

We were in there. Lovely stuff, but we were getting way weighed down. And broke.
  2:32pm BSI:

Still here..... on heavy deadline, so mostly dancing in the head-holes...
  2:32pm Julie:

I remember watching MUCH here too before it was MUCH USA. I loved it.
  2:33pm dale:

gotta go back outside to my trench filling job, but i'll be listening on the flavoradio from the shack. i have about a hundred feet to go if anyone wants to help. thanks for the good times clay! cheers!
  2:33pm Wikipedia:

life gets its revenge: Sadler moved to Guatemala City in the mid 1980s and often hung out at a bar/restaurant called La Europa.... It was in Guatemala City that he was shot in the head one night in a taxi. He was airlifted to the U.S. by friends from Soldier Of Fortune Magazine, where he was hospitalized and remained in a coma for several months. He died little more than a year later in the Alvin C. York Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The circumstances involving his shooting remain a mystery.... The most common story identifies the incident as a robbery. According to his companion at the time, he had been training Nicaraguan counter-revolutionaries and had received death threats.
  2:33pm glenn:

i love the scrabble tile subject heading, marker, whatever you want to call it.
  2:34pm Bas, NL:

This Cetu Javu track is nice!
  2:34pm Dan B From Upstate:

Loved Much Music. Hated Much Music USA. Hate fuse. And I love this synth-poppy type stuff.
  2:34pm Cecile:

I t was so good, and where I developed my love of Sloan. You put up with Sugar Jones and Prozakk to get Sloan world premieres. And Kylie's Can't get you out of my head was a hit there a year before the US.
  2:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@wiley: That's an interesting way to put it: I wouldn't say that for sure, but perhaps it's because people have a sense of conscience and morality on the whole, but being human they can make short-sighted, biased decisions in favor of short-term (perceived) interests. In the long run, you could say our better natures apologize for mistakes of the past.
  2:34pm Julie:

Yes, we love Irene! XOX
  2:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

my best flea market find was a no-name band called Balhalla, back in 1988.
  2:35pm Julie:

@Cecile oh thanks for sticking that Kylie in my head...la la la la la la la la la la la....
  2:35pm Parq:

Just in time for Glen's question: in a flea market near the American Museum of Natural History (Iren's nabe, I note), I found a copy of Zero Mostel Sings Harry Ruby's: Songs My Mother Never Sang.
  2:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oops, Valhalla!
  2:36pm Dan B From Upstate:

Wearing headphones was foolish! *Head blows up*
  2:37pm Cecile:

I was alternating between that, Mas Que Nada and the theme from Black Orpheus.

I saw the movie Rio this weekend. It was very cute and fun. But now I want to recut it into a 5 minute version of Black Orpheus, but with birds.
  2:37pm Cecile:

Nice chillout house music. Make a nice music bed.
  2:37pm Julie:

@Cecile I saw it too! I'm a bird freak. Sooo cute.
  2:38pm glenn:

mine was still sealed copies of dark shadows and the good, the bad and the ugly, plus a stanley bedrock plane that is now worth about three hundred books.
grand total 10 bucks.
  2:38pm Cecile:

Didn't you love Jemaine Clement's, I mean Nigel's song?
  2:39pm Julie:

Oh man I'm loving this. I am so stealing this, Clay
  2:39pm glenn:

i mean three hundred bucks. oops.
  2:39pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

This improv is the best song yet!
  2:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Go Clay!
Irwin's been singing "The Show Is Over" to the tune of his Lee Morgan theme song lately.
  2:39pm Marc in Liverpool:

  2:39pm Julie:

trading 300 books for one record sure would clear space in my apartment! @Cecile Yes!
  2:40pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Call and response!
  2:40pm maxim goose:

and of corse--the orion film company started up about the same time--and orion was on the sun label and released records on spangly gold vinyl--and he doesnt sound like ann elvis impersonator,he sounds like ELVIS HIMSELVIS
  2:41pm Cecile:

Clay, you and BIlly Jam have to jam again.
  2:41pm glenn:

dave van ronk was a raving alcoholic, and probably the best acoustic guitarist i've ever seen.
  2:42pm Handsome Harry:

My god this is radio greatness. All Hail Clay.
  2:42pm seang:

david bowie loves fanny
  2:42pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay, you'd better keep this Archive up! This is solid gold!
  2:42pm Sean Gostage:

Hi everybody,
The chat with Clay was great fun, would be fun to meet up with loyal listeners via Facebook, type in my name and the photo will be huge giveaway. I'm too far away from the White Cliffs of Dover but am going to send Clay a stick of rock from my county which is a great sweet to try
  2:42pm rst-wiley:

4 year interests. 24hr news cycles.

Not exactly human.
  2:42pm Cecile:

I found all my Emmit Rhodes records for $1 or less in bargain bins.
  2:43pm Matt from Springfield:

You want to have fun, Clay? Do this the next time the Triumvirate is on! Sing along to whatever the last thing Fabio plays!
  2:43pm Julie:

"come on Irene..."
  2:43pm glenn:

i really really really like emmit rhodes.
  2:44pm Julie:

Singing along to the dial tone! <3 Clay Pigeon
  2:44pm Da Truth:

Bowie loves Fanny AND Tushy.
  2:44pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Okay, this is now officially better than last week.
  2:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Have you considered freestyling for one hour with Vicki (People Like Us) providing beats?
  2:46pm real dc (y) pat fc united:

so get this: a guy (systems administrator) walks up to my desk and wants to--can you believe this?--talk about work! SO, I miss like an hour of Clay's show... well anyway, DCU all the way..

DAMN, Clay is on the rap!
  2:47pm glenn:

`no styx. no styx. no styx.
  2:47pm Dan B From Upstate:

Clay's freestyle is badass.
  2:47pm Possible Show Title:

Put the Needle on the Pigeon.
  2:48pm glenn:

wow dc pat. the nerve. :)
  2:49pm MD:

  2:51pm Ike:

Interview of Scott possible?
  2:52pm Julie:

<plug>Make sure to listen to The Dusty Show at 6pm on Thursdays, you never know what Clay's gonna do! </plug>
  2:53pm glenn:

plug plug plug. peter blegvad?
  2:53pm BSI:

All roads have been leading up to a Clay/Scott collision of epic proportions. BRING IT! BE FEARLESS!
  2:53pm BSI:

All roads have been leading up to a Clay/Scott collision of epic proportions. BRING IT! BE FEARLESS!
  2:54pm lars:

  2:54pm BSI:

whoa. deja-voooooooooo...
  2:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: LOL!
I've done simple Wikipedia-type coding as well as more complex Object-Oriented languages, so I appreciate your combo of technology and wit :)
  2:55pm Handsome Harry:

SHAZZ REVOLUTION. This has turned my life around, Clay.
  2:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Oh thanks for both your emails. Yes, Clay is a Radio Hero!
  2:55pm Julie:

Now I REALLY wish I was there..but then, this wouldn't have happened
  2:55pm Cecile:

*crying with laughter*
  2:56pm ayyy:

  2:56pm rst-wiley:

Good show. Good comments.
Nice radio trajectory to listen to, there, Clay.
  2:56pm Julie:

man oh man
  2:57pm MD:

  2:57pm Julie:

Love ya, Clay!
  2:57pm glenn:

clay rules again.
  2:57pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Great show, Clay!
  2:58pm MD:

  2:58pm seang:

you found the zone, dude!
  2:58pm MD:

  2:58pm Bas, NL:

Thanks Clay!
  2:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Do more fill-ins!
  2:58pm TJ:

Thunderous applause, holy smokes!
  2:59pm Cecile:

this is a straight-up Creation rip!

And I'll bet the Breeders got that bit from Cannonball from this...
  2:59pm Sean:

Clay! You are my hero!
  2:59pm TJ:

Hey nice hy-vee reference!
  2:59pm Handsome Harry:

You took it right on in through the danger zone, Clay. Well-played. Truly well-played.
  3:00pm Matt from Springfield:

And of course, tune in to The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon, Thursdays 6-7 pm.
  3:00pm Dan B From Upstate:

Thanks for the great show, Clay!
  3:01pm Arnold Layne:

Something about this song reminds me of me.
  3:04pm Alex:

Mr. Pigeon, you pulled it off, my man, you broke through the ennui of the afternoon and saved a few souls in the process. The last :20 was like a crescendo. I am renewed.
  4:47pm Paul H from NJ:

Great show today, Clay. I've had that Shazz tune stuck in my head all afternoon. Do you know the name of it? I almost veered off the road I was laughing so hard during the last ~20 minutes of the show. You made my day
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