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Options May 19, 2011: Another Show In the Can

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fabio's Rapturous Dread
Where's My Potentiometer
Amplitudinal Modulation of the Sine Wave
Iowa Central
Spousal Fry
Danzig: Chronic Goth
Where Maroon Meets Brown
Fabio's House Mouse Tendencies
Clacker Balls!
Acrylic Eye Piercing and Super Ball Acid Freakouts
Blackjack, Beeman's and Clove
More Rapture Stuff
Huddling Hardcores
Killing Birds
Apniatic Lunges
The Legal (This week, by Julie)
Shifting Units
Julie's Interview
Roy Wood and Annie Haslam
Julie's Move-Related Shame
Bev Bevam Spotlite
Caller #1
Killing Joke's Spookiness               
WLIR - WDRE               
Hepplewhite (A Secret Salem's Lot Reference)
Wolverton Mountain


Background Music Reaches Threshold
Matchbox Series vs. Hot Wheels
Consumer Level
Wolverton Mountain Update
Clifton Clowers
What is the County Seat of Cass County, Iowa?
Fabio's Sedentary Nature
Johnny Unitas and the More Modern Earl Morrell
Caller #2 from Bloomfield, NJ
Flattering Reference to Mrs. Pigeon               
A Love Story
Last Week's Dusty
  Comments were way down this week. Dusty is trending down. I'm aware.
Evalutating the Triumvirate Duel
My 16th Minute
Think About It, Fabio
Caller #3 - Unintelligible
The Cars  Let's Go   Options     1979    25:57 Live on The Midnight Special   
AMC Javelin commercial featuring Richard Dreyfus (1968)
Bob Denver and Tina Louise from Gilligan's Island Staging of Hamlet
Mel Gibson as Hamlet in the 1990 Warner Bros. Movie
Bob Denver sings "To Be Or Not To Be" from Gilligan's Island


Report on Bee Colony Collapse Courtesy of CNN
Dog Reacts to Cell Phone Ring Courtesy of ALYSAP (Youtube)
An Audio Clip from the Motion Picture, "Cujo," (1982) Courtesy of Warner Bros.
1974 TV Commercial for Alpo Dog Food
Lorne Greene - Excerpt - "Saga of the Ponderosa" Bear Family Records (1964)
Ponderosa Steakhouse TV Spot (1980)


Preacher Joel Osteen Speaks on Eating Pork


31:10 - An Interview with Keith, at the Intersection of 24th St. and 7th Avenue in Manhattan
Every Man For Himself
Gemstar Da Goldenchild  Gamecock's Rap (Excerpt)   Options     2005    31:57 - Rap song for the South Carolina Gamecock's Football Team   
Life On Earth  Can't Give You Up   Options   Republic/Rough Trade  1990  12"  32:11   
Changes After Vietnam
Steve Schoenberg  Romance   Options Pianoworks  Quabbin  1983  LP  32:45   
Hard Times Talk from Keith
Do You Feel Hopeful for America's Future?
What Is Heaven Like?
Athiest Friends
An Audio Clip from the TV Series - Green Acres - Featuring Arnold Ziffel, the Pig.
Bible Computer
Eminem/Royce Da 5'9"  Fast Lane   Options Hell:The Sequel  Shady/Interscope  2011  EP  36:04 - Lyrics are rather inflammatory and, as I now discover, rather bigoted later in the song. The Dusty Show does not condone such things. Sometimes we are caught up in the groove's immediacy - but it can often cloak hateful lyrics.   
Keith on Hip-Hop Artists
BB King  So Excited   Options Completely Well  ABC/Bluesway  1969  LP  37:04   
An Interview with Jamey and Her Friend (Health Insurance Employees on a Cigarette Break)
Farley Jackmaster Funk & Jessie Saunders  Houseappella Instant Mix   Options   House  1986  12"  38:36   
$100 Initiative Award
Drinking After Work
Non-Responsive Co-Worker
Steve Schoenberg  Time Pieces   Options Pianoworks  Quabbin  1983  LP  39:57 - Love me some Steve   
No Prioritization
Sexist Assertion
  Chipmunk tape-speed rears head. Dusty Insiders know what I mean.
Messages of Peace and Love
Billy Cobham  Bandits   Options Total Eclipse  Atlantic  1974  LP  41:48   
Mutual Affection
Marie's Tears
Schoenberg Moment of Peace
Newt Gingrich Addresses the Georgia Republican Unity Conference (Courtesy of C-SPAN)
An Interview with John, Corner of 34th Street and 7th Avenue in Manhattan
Strawbs  Deadly Nightshade   Options Maxell Rock Sampler  RCA Special Products  1979  LP  43:30   
John's Day
  ... over your life ... grammatically incorrect.
Deodato  Pavane For A Dead Princess   Options Deodato 2  CTI  1973  LP  44:45   
John's Politics
Handling the "Osama Thing"
Yes  Yours Is No Disgrace   Options The Yes Album  Atlantic  1971  LP  45:35 - Still so incredibly good, agree? dusty@wfmu.org   
NJ Governor Chris Christie Decides Not to Run (Courtesy of FOX News)
Huckabee Drops Out (Courtesy of FOX News)
Trump Bows Out (Courtesy of ABC News)
John's Hopes for the Future
John's Message of Peace and Love
Goliath  Loving You Too Long   Options Goliath  ABC/Dunhill    LP  48:22 - Inexplicably love this forgotten band.   
An Interview with a Different John, this one an Electronics Sales Manager
Swearing Edit
Inner City  Unity (Reece North of Watford Mix)   Options   Ten  1990  12"  51:37   
Business Is Slow
  Had a hard time connecting with John the Electronics Man
Married and Expecting a Son
In the Background ... Edgar Varese, "Hyperprisms"
Dusty and Kolonel Karl Cameo
John's Farewell
  I'd like to interject at this point that I got a late start on this show. The week was filled with constant rain, making it difficult for me to get out on the street and collect interview material. So, it was late Wednesday by the time I talked to these people, and even later when I was able to actually proceed with show assemblage functions. I'd like to have taken more time, and perhaps had more raw audio to draw from, but it doesn't always work that way. A supportive email at this point would go a long way towards making me feel better about the ball-droppage this week. dusty@wfmu.org --- I'll look for yours.
  That acoustic music behind baby name talk is Mark-Almond. Not the Soft Cell guy.
Alex Meets Autotune from the TV show, Jeopardy!
Puzzle  The Grosso   Options Puzzle  Motown  '70's  LP  54:23   
Marlon Brando from "Apocalypse Now," (United Artists - 1979)
  Sped-up voices NOT intentional ... sorry. Antiquated dual-cassette issues gradually worsening and tweaking my obsessive compulsive tendencies to the point of real psychic pain. Ow.
I love just playing the hell out of this Puzzle s**t!
An Interview With Jose In Times Square
Free Strip Club Passes
A Good Grille
  (listeners note) At this point I am pressed for time and, also, I had stopped the taking of copious notes. So ... I will now log more poorly, the artists included in this show. I do this with no small degree of guilt or shame, and risking prime litigation. I hope this is not the case.
  (addendum) There is plenty of George Benette and Jan Hammer in the background from this point out. I do know this much. And I have promoted the living heck out of these guys in the past. Their royalties must be dripping off of them like Karo White Syrup by now.


About the Cheetah Club
Eating Sushi off of Models
Tonsorial Dream
Puerto Rican Roots
Jose's Message Of Peace and Love
  Chipmunk Haunting ...
Jose Speaks Spanish
Homosexual Gay People????? Constantly Amazed by what People Say
An Audio Clip from Big Cat Rescue's Website
An Interview with Dwaine and Alissa from Utah
At the Base of the Empire State Building
Still Snowing in Utah
  Listener Note* 1:05:33 GLITCH!!!! Maddening. This is plain evidence of shoddy editing and a man late and panicky. This is the type of thing I don't like to let slide. This glitch, I only noticed later, in review, after the show aired, and I was/am mortified. Note it again ... 1:05:33 ... GLITCH!!!
Rain in Central Park
I Was Sad to Hear She Doesn't Miss Wisconsin
  I miss Wisconsin sometimes. I love NYC, my wife, my lifem but it's hard to live somewhere six years and not have it make an indelible stamp on one's heart and mind. I miss the country roads, the atmosphere, my old apartment. I miss Missy's Restaurant in Mukwonago and I miss Palmyra and Eagle. I miss Lake Geneva and the Elk Horn Saloon. I miss my old friends. I love Wisconsin, as foul as her politics might be.
Liberal Bent
Dwaine's Pleasant Moderate Stance
Alissa's Near-Obsession with Food
Herzog Mention
Tiny Mountain
Excerpt from Colgate commercial Courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive Corp.
Alissa's Control Issues
Dwaine's Doesn't Help Around the House
  Tons of little editing glitches. Shameful.
Dwaine's Good Points
Still In Love
Closing Remarks and Warnings
  So there she is, a show, in the can and on her way. Not the best Dusty ever, no, not by a long-shot, but a show, nonetheless. I hope you were able to glean something and that you'll tune in again in the future.

Uncertain about that future, to be honest. After the blush of last week's rollicking Strength Through Failure, three-hour Triumvirate Duel, which was met with a near ticker-tape parade of listener love, I had fantasies of spinning it into a Summer Replacement Show, Fabio, Julie and I keeping it going, keeping that metaphorical snowball growing as it rolled down the hill of increasing fame and ego-gratification. But, no. Fabio has put the kabosh on it, with Julie's agreement. I am stunned and injured, though my love for them continues. There will be no Triumvirate Summer. No blockbuster new popularity and all the heralding and dressing room roses that come with it. Same old, folks, same old. Safety. zzzzzzzzzzzz

Always Remember,

Clay - NYC

For God's sake, email

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Listener comments!

  6:19pm CLAY:

I'm here.
  6:20pm Buleeez\:

HI Clay!
  6:21pm CLAY:

Hey Bul!
  6:21pm david:

50 lb bag of purina
  6:21pm Ed Sullivan:

Sounds like it gonna be a really Big Shoe!
  6:22pm John McCabe in L.A.:

what is this all about?
  6:22pm CLAY:

You got that right. David
  6:22pm CLAY:

Unsure, John
  6:23pm randy in NC:

According to the font of rock star wisdom, wikipedia, Annie Haslam appeared on Roy Wood's 1975 solo album Mustard, but it doesn't say anything about who he was (or is) married to. So you were close, Clay.
  6:24pm CLAY:

Thanks, Randy. I knew there was some connection.
  6:24pm John McCabe in L.A.:

oh i went to Pinks last week and ate a hot dog
  6:26pm CLAY:

Kind of sad Fabio doesn't want a Triumvirate Summer. Pink's is good. I miss LA.
  6:29pm Ed Sullivan:

about triumvirate summer -- A lot of FMU DJs are mainly solo acts and the big cheese in their own world. I aint sayin, I'm just sayin.
  6:30pm anne:

just so you know, i've had that lionel richie song you played last week in my head since then. i do love it quite a bit.
  6:30pm Ike:

I think Fabio would be more receptive to the idea if you made it clear that it wouldn't be a DJ battle every week. Maybe he plays music for an hour, then you guys talk and take calls, then you play a taped bit, and do a DJ battle for three hours only ONCE a MONTH. That would be less exhausting.
  6:31pm CLAY:

Same thing here, Anne. I played it one night at a party on a lark and ended up thinking what a cool song it was/is.
  6:31pm hopey:

John McCabe in L.A.: how long did you wait in line?
  6:31pm Pantagruel:

The Triumvirate should do a throwdown once a season.
  6:33pm CLAY:

Yes, Ike. That's how I saw it, too.
  6:34pm CLAY:

Yeah, maybe, Panta ... the novelty might wear off fast.
  6:35pm John McCabe in L.A.:

not bad only like 10min i went at around 4pm
  6:39pm Ike:

4 p.m. is the right time to go to a really popular casual food joint. That's the time to get the great spicy cumin lamb noodles at Xi'an Famous Foods in NYC.
  6:40pm Pantagruel:

Clay, I'd like to see DJ A play a song that gets "scored" by DJs B and C, then DJ B play a song "scored" by A and C, etc. The idea being to play something you like that the others like too. I think you'd all be honest enough.
  6:41pm CLAY:

Good idea Panta ... there was much to learn from last week.
  6:42pm Pantagruel:

Clay, last week was second only to your "Shazz" fill-in episode.
  6:43pm CLAY:

I'm filling in for Irene on the 30th I think.
  6:44pm Pantagruel:

You and Irene together would be something. Maybe you should have guests for the summer!
  6:46pm Ike:

These audio clips and sound collages are great! I especially enjoyed the collage at the start of this tape.
  6:46pm John McCabe in L.A.:

I made a movie this week for school you can see it here if you like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6ZuJNBmV-A
  6:47pm Listener Jon:

Dusty, I haven't heard Colonel Carl in a long time. Any thoughts about bringing him back?
  6:48pm CLAY:

Thanks Ike ... that was actually a Youtube collage that followed the stream of consciousness thing I like to do. May try more of it in the future. So you don't have to hear so much of ME talking. I get tired of me.
  6:55pm glenn:

i'm biting my tongue (typing hand) here.
  6:56pm glenn:

kidding. jeeeez.
  6:57pm CLAY:

Hi Glenn!
  6:58pm glenn:

  7:00pm hopey:

Tiny Mountain, UT. Catchy.
  7:01pm Life Commercial:

Ikey likes it!
  7:03pm Ike:

I'm picky too. But I never understood that commercial. "He'll eat anything" -- didn't they mean "he WON'T eat anything?" b/c otherwise it makes no sense.
  7:05pm Life Commercial:

maybe they let the child actors improvise some, for that "natural" effect...
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