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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 28, 2011: Fabio Jibber - Street Conversations - Birth Certificates - Etc.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Opening Jibber with Fab
Leland Sklar vs. Derwood Kirby
Fab's Orange Shirt and Goatee
Scott William's Amish Beard
Fabio's Aversion to Shaving
The Listeners Go Wylde!
Last Week's Horrible Show
Pyramid's and Razor Blades
Floyd Talk
Fab Rails Against Roger Waters
Cassette Sag
Where's Julie?
The Thursday Line-Up
Fab's Brooklyn Roots
Hammered In Williamsburg
Greenpoint Polish-ness
The Professor
Duel Proposal
Stew on That!
Sometime Never Comes
The Good Stuff
The Legal
Opening Salvo
Brain and Justin in Union Square Park
Korea Discussed
Unknown Artist - Korean Dance Music -


Stolen Merchandise
CNN Clip Concerning North Korean Attack of South Korea - Nov. 10, 2010
Brian Speaks on Taking Out North Korea
North Korean Leader, Kim Jong Il Addresses A Crowd
Justin Addresses A Cop
Justin Sings E
Live Elvis from Vegas in 1970


Brian's Song
Couples Shelter
Lost Job
Quadrupled Rent
Testicular Cancer
Back Thrown Out
Panic Attacks
Lead Guitar is Jan Akkerman from Focus
G and his Friend in Union Square Park
God Talk
Excerpt from the Soundtrack to Dino De Laurentis, "The Bible."
Fighting For Religion
Koran Burning Pastor, Terry Jones, Speaks on MOXNEWS.com
Obama Responds to Koran Burning - Courtesy of AP
Thoughts on BAM
Obama Speaks Concerning the Release of his Birth Certificate, Courtesy of ABC News
Racism Discussed
  Hope the n-word barrage isn't too offensive. Left it in, in the interest of conversational authenticity.
Messages of Peace and Love
  Chipmunks Appear on Fringe
That Pretty Music is Jan Hammer
An Interview with Victor at 35th and 7th Ave. in Manhattan
Subway Tragedy
Family Stuff
Victor's Homeless Friend, Serge
Victor's Letter to Obama
Serge is Anti-Obama, Pro-Bush
Prez Prado Moment
Serge is from Cuba
Fear of Socialism
Gingrich Calls Obama a Socialist - Courtesy of FOX Network (O'Reilly)
Serge's Anger
Victor Needs New Prosthetic Limbs
Dressing Sticks
Victor's Message of Positivity
Tanya on 34th Street
Rascals and Rogues
Tanya's Message to Women
How to Roll a Blunt for Dummies by Rashan Prince
A Blunt - Explained
Rashan on Obama and the Birth Certificate Controversy
Donald Trump on "the blacks," courtesy of CBS News
Clip from a site called For Bible Truth on Youtube
Rashan's Message of Hope and Love
The Middle-Class Killed Itself
The White Malcolm X
Marvin Gaye  What's Goin' On   Options Real Thing: In Performance 1964-1981  Motown  2006  DVD  Love this. What a voice! And, James Jamerson's bass! 
Neiman and Zander near Penn Station
Robin Zander Moment
William and Kate
William's Hair
Mute Point
Disappointment in Obama
Weenie Left
Obama Bails on Single-Payer Courtesy of TYT
Are You Gay?
That Throbbing Background Music is "Cactus."
Getting Better All The Time
Baby Steps
Family Relationships
Partial Closetization
Expectations and Dreams
Crazy Uncle Zander
Lime Green Legwarmers
Ruling The World Forever
Neiman Oversees the Block
Messages of Peace and Love
Do You Love America?
An Interview with Amir on 8th Avenue
Amir's Listening Habits
A Clip Courtesy of The Rush Limbaugh Show
Amir Considers Obama's Birth Certificate
The Racist Subtext
Mud Spoon
Fighting To Push Ahead
Consciousness and Ethics
America's Mythology
Ugly Foundation
Are You Hopeful for the Future?
Amir's Message of Peace and Love
Corrosive Cynicism
An Interview with ICON in Front of Madison Square Garden
Charlotte Amalie
Calypso, Soca, JZ
  I ran out of editing time and this interview and song clip suffered in the process. Apologies to ICON.
A Clip from ICON's Street Mix
John Zorn Moment
  The last fifteen minutes of the show are practically unedited as I ran out of time and just "let it roll." Happens sometimes.


Alan and Mikey on 7th Ave.
Cig Envy
Alan Doubts The Birth Certificates Authenticity
Alan on BAM
The Bushes
Viable Proof
The Joke of Trump
Mikey on the Birth Certificate
Carpet Under the Rug
Bad Job
Mikey for McCain
  I let him off too easy on the Kerry/Swift Boat thing.
Tired Clay Pigeon Parroting Speech for the Nth time.
Mikey Likes Bush
The Pentagon on 9/11
Everyone Was One
Squandering Goodwill
Mikey Thinks There Were WMD's In Iraq
Care Less
Get it Out of the Water!
Turning Us Into Canada
Obamacare Dissed
  I dislike the word "dissed."
Blowing the Cigarette Break
The Republican Stable
Mikey Likes Palin and Alan is Surprised
Alan Tees Off (Like Maybe You Wish I Would Sometimes)
Stuck It In ... Stuck It Out
Can The President Really Control The Price Of Gas?
Ruined Friendship
  My obnoxious factor here is raised to Orange.
Ecological Debate Regarding Oil
Divided We Fall
The Tired Clay Pigeon Polarization Schpiel
Mikey and Alan Love America
Farewells (Brevity)
Closing Salvo with Bets
High Four-and -a-Half
  Thanks for listening to this episode of The Dusty Show everyone, and thanks also to those who commented on the Accuplaylist, which I have been employing of late. Each show is slightly dependent upon the people I happen to encounter, their personalities and what they have to say, but I always find it interesting the way these interview-based shows kind of "write themselves" and take on their own distinct vibes in the end. I've got to get going here. Heading out of town for the weekend on the $4.63-a-gallon gas we have here in Manhattan. Gripe. Again, thanks for tuning in. Drop me a line anytime


Who knows? Maybe Fabio and I will DUEL next week. Tune in a 3pm for Strength Through Failure and find out! Until we meet again my radio friends, you take care and

Always Remember!


Clay Pigeon

NYC - 4/29/11

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Listener comments!

  6:06pm david:

armageddon it?
  6:07pm Kleigh:

I'm here, should interaction occur.
  6:07pm Kleigh:

Hello David. Def Leppard song, right?
  6:11pm Cecile:

hola, Clay! I'm heading out, but the show sounds great.
  6:11pm david:

yes Kleigh,I think korea guy #1 tipped me off
  6:12pm glenn:

more like legageddon.
  6:12pm Clay:

Cecile ... always leaving. Sigh.
  6:15pm Cecile:

I'll be back!
  6:15pm Qlay:

Cecile ... always on the go.
  6:19pm Noticer:

About the last tinterviewee: When someone constantly says "You know what I'm sayin'" (or, "Know what I mean?"), that person either doesn't know what he or she thinks, or else how to say it (i.e., dumb or inarticulate, sorry!). Yes, they are all god's children, buts facts is facts.
  6:20pm Qlay:

Noticer, I guess sometimes people are also just nervous being interviewed.
  6:20pm Brian in Madison, WI:

The Onion headline was correct, "America Gives Worst Job In World to Black Man."
  6:21pm Ike:

@Noticer, nah, not necessarily. Sometimes it's just another version of "ummmm" or "well" or another interjection.
  6:22pm Noticer:

I noticed that tendency in people who were not being interviewed, i.e., in real life one-on-one conversation without a recording device, back as far as the 1980s.
  6:23pm Claw:

Feel bad about leaving all those n-words in now. I guess I was seeking "reality," but maybe it is more harmful than real?
  6:23pm Noticer:

Lots of Umm and Uhhhh and Welllll -- all great markers of slow thinkers. Thanks.
  6:24pm Inanimate Bird Appreciation Society:

Claw - it's okay with the FCC!
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@Claw: It's about not censoring the people you're interviewing--that's why we enjoy the show!
  6:27pm Alex in Astoria:

Clay, my man, you are bringing me down this goopy afternoon, but that's okay, I get it, you know. It's okay.
  6:28pm Ike:

@Noticer, some folks are slow thinkers but can still be thoughtful and deep thinkers too. Sometimes incl. me. It just might come slowly. OK, maybe not some of these guys though.
  6:28pm Noticer:

@Matt: Agreed. Normally in public, I try to look busy in that usual NYC way, because in the 30 years I have been here often I *do* have stuff to get to, and really don't want to be randomly importuned. But Clay's show lets us all see what everyone standing around would say if you stopped and tried to sound them out. He does a very nice job at that.
  6:28pm Klaatu:

Glad all of you are here, my radio friends.
  6:30pm JT:

It's funny, I too have great relations with The Blacks. Also, the Africans, if that's a race. Ow.
  6:30pm Brian in Madison, WI:

I want to see Ron Paul on stage in a debate with Trump and Bachmann. That's a reality show I'll tune in to for 10 minutes.
  6:31pm helsingfred:

Sounds cool
  6:31pm Clay:

Agree, Brian.
  6:31pm Noticer:

@Ike: If you practice thinking and talking, you have things to say when someone asks. I was shy in my 20s, but when I had to start standing in front of people talking with them for 3 hours at a time multiple days a week, I started building a cumulative inventory of ideas and talking strategies.

All of us talk constantly every day. We ought to be getting better at it all the time, over the years. Look at how Clay can talk on the radio, for example. Some don't get better at it, honestly.
  6:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, is this an early version of "What's Going On"? It sounds more basic and sparse than the usual arrangement.
  6:33pm Clay:

From a "live" DVD, Matt.
  6:33pm Brian in Madison, WI:

Last I knew 'Race' on a medical form was a self-description. You can say 'Martian' or 'Fist fighter' if you choose to.
  6:34pm Noticer:

People didn't use the same terminology about race in 1961 as now, duh.
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: Nice.
@Brian: That's true--it's a two-sided shield: you can't be forced to put down race on any form, and in turn, the race you put down cannot be contested.
  6:36pm moose:

great sound-effects!
  6:37pm glenn:

Why does anybody really give a shit? Douchiness is colourblind.
  6:37pm Clay:

Thank you Moose!
  6:43pm an informed electorate:

Poll: Only 43% Say Trump Was 'Definitely' Born in the U.S.

  6:45pm Noticer:

Translating Female Interviewee: "I am morally and intellectually superior to most people." OK, OK, we believe you, you can stop trying so hard!
  6:49pm A. in Essex Co. NJ:

I'm worried I come across like that sometimes. A friend just told me "the way you talk to women can sometimes be disparaging... I don't know if you realize that." I was like, what? Really?
  6:49pm Clay:

Jeez, I botched the transition from the woman to the hip hop artist AND the tape turn! Now the show is running overtime. Grrr.
  6:56pm Anthony:

So much hostility on this comment thread and in the generic tape interview. Clay, where are the messages of peace & love?
  6:57pm Anthony:

These bozos are birthers! (My hostility now.)
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

I think the man who was in the Pentagon is a military veteran--$80 a month for insurance is pretty low. They just recently raised the cost of veterans' healthcare -- that was concern over the debt and Republicans refusal to raise ANY taxes to cover it.
  7:01pm Matt from Springfield:

I still liked this show Clay.
There was hostility, yes, but that's what a lot of people feel. Anthony has a point on always asking for a "message of peace and love to the world"--it has people think outside their current situation.
  7:01pm an informed electorate:

Good Shoe!
  7:01pm Clay:

Thanks for listening everyone. I appreciate your comments. Keep tuning in and ... always remember.
  7:02pm Noticer:

Oil and gold are the same price against each other now as they were three years ago. It's the dollar that's gone down in value, so it takes more dollars to buy the same amount of petroleum products. Where does the blame lie for that? The dollar is worth less because we have put a lot more dollars out in circulation. More (electronic or paper) money doesn't make more wealth.
  7:02pm david:

I will make sure I always remember.
  7:03pm glenn:

well, since the canadian dollar is way up and so is the price of gas here, you're wrong noticer.
  7:03pm Matt from Springfield:

@David: I do as well.
  7:18pm Noticer:

@glenn: You don't specify where you are, but I'll try to guess you mean Canada.

The US dollar has been the world reserve currency since the mid 20th century, and oil is therefore required by oil sellers to be paid for on the world market in US dollars. Canadian oil purchasers pay for oil in US dollars, so it's the same price for them as for anyone else.

I have no idea whether the Canadian government manipulates the general world price of petroleum products upwards through administrative law and policy, as for example many European governments do.
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