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Options June 16, 2011: The Summer Season Begins!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Fabio on Vikes
Psychological Pot-Down
Julie Taunts Beefeaters
Bitters and Ravens
Fabio's Shoulder Surgery
Neon Triangles
Three Holes
Percosets and Percodans
One Email
Fabio Still Yammering at 6:02
Set List zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Grace Minute
King Harvest  Motor Job   Options Dancing in the Moonlight  Perception  1972  LP  6:29 
  I will try to note the musical background music as much as possible. For songs that I use more than once, I will log them a single time and trust that you can recognize the other instances when the song is played.
Opening Salvo
Charles Ives  Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut   Options The World of Charles Ives  Columbia    LP  6:56 
A Plea For E's - dusty@wfmu.org
Yes  Don't Kill The Whale   Options Tormato  Atlantic  1978  LP  7:14 
10 Interviews - 10 Flea Market Finds - One Hour!
Nassoons  Golden Lady   Options The Princeton Nassoons - 1978  Not Listed  1978  LP  7:39 
  The Nassoons were formed in 1941 and are still in existence.
Sam the Rec-Specs Man in Union Square Park - Manhattan
Magellan Hangover!
Running - Pumping Iron - Karate ... All -Pro!
Sam's Gotta Run
Charles Ives  The Housatonic at Stockbridge   Options The World of Charles Ives  Columbia    LP  9:47 
Teddy Roosevelt  Speech Excerpt   Options The People's Choice  RCA  1968  LP  11:23 
Tempera    44444444444444444444  L'Animaux Tryst    12"  11:43 
An Interview with Anna - Author of the Women/God Church Revelations
Railcars  Cathedral With No Eyes   Options   Not Listed  ?  12"  12:14 
The All-American Church of the Woman/God
Passing from the Womb
A Descendant of the Last French King
Turiya Alice Coltrane - Devadip Carlos Santana  Illuminations   Options Illuminations  Columbia  1974  LP  14:13 
Branded a Prophet ... Rational ... Presentable ...
Accelerated Voices
Miklos Rosza  The Legend and Epilogue   Options The Soundtrack from "El Cid"  MGM  1960  LP  15:23 
Secrets of the French Grandfather
Queen Anne's Lace  The Power of the Flower   Options Queen Anne's Lace  Coral  late 60's?  LP  16:41 
The Cofield Connection
Big Red Gum Jingle by Peter Cofield, courtesy of WMBD-TV Peoria - Channel 31
Diet Pepsi Ad Written by Peter Cofield
Focus  Le Clochard   Options Moving Waves  Sire  1972  LP  17:47 
The Death of Peter Cofield
Peter Cofield  They Didn't Care   Options Peter Cofield  Coral  1968  LP  18:00 
An Interview with Ben at the Base of the Andy Warhol Statue - Union Square - NYC
Shazz  Shazz   Options Unreleased  Not Listed  ?  12"  19:56 
Cooking In Williamsburg
Whipping Up a Light Lunch
Radishes and Garlic
Hopeful for the Future?
John Coltrane  Affirmation   Options Transition  ABC/Impulse  1965  LP  21:09 
Rick Santorum at the 2011 Republican Debate - N.H. - 6/13/11 courtesy of CNN
Mitt Romney
Michelle Bachman
An Interview with Richard on 20th Street
Smoking Cessation and Subsequent Weight-Gain
25 Suits
Damone Moment "Toes Still Tappin'" from Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Armani - Brooks Bros.
  Richard's Interview was cut woefully short due to battery issues and it's a real shame. He was articulate and insightful and went on to speak at length about politics and life. I felt so bad that the interview footage was trashed. Sorry Richard. Hope to encounter you once again someday.
Tak Shindo  Rains Of Okahvango   Options Mganga!  Edison International  1958  LP  24:50 
Aluminum Dome - http://www.adclassix.com/a4/57kaiseraluminumdome.html
TV Commercial for Kellogg's, Puffa Puffa Rice Cereal (1960's)
An Interview with Iris the Conga Player in Union Square Park - NYC
Announcement from Jefferson Parish in N.O. Concerning Katrina (Source Unknown)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Toccata   Options Brain Salad Surgery  Manticore  1973  LP  28:01 
Alfred Newman  Inez' Theme   Options Airport (Original Soundtrack Album)  Decca  1970  LP  28:33 
Iris' Katrina Experience
Silver Lining
McKennith Groove CD!
Iris' Lyric
Will Ferrell Tees Off
Final Congo Fury
King Harvest Research
The Beach Boys  Darlin'   Options Beach Boys '69 - The Beach Boys Live in London  Capitol/Front Row  1969  LP  32:26 
Dennis Wilson  You and I   Options Pacific Ocean Blue    1977  LP  32:52 
The Beach Boys  She's Got Rhythm   Options M.I.U.  Capitol/Brother  1978  LP  33:28 
King Harvest  Dancin' In The Moonlight   Options Dancin' In The Moonlight  Perception  1972  LP  33:43 
An Interview with Enrique in Union Square Park - NYC
The Ladies
Nassoons  It's Getting Better   Options The Princeton Nassoons - 1978  Not Listed  1978  LP  36:16 
Jamey Aebersold  6/8 Modal Blues   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  70's  LP  36:25 
Separated for 8-Years
Beat The Crap Out of Him
Fat Boy Slim  Going Out Of My Head   Options The Beat Burger EP  Astralwerks  1997  EP  38:07 
Almost Broke His Neck
Somewhat Matured
Yes  Yours Is No Disgrace   Options The Yes Album  Atlantic  1971  LP  39:06 
Big Guy
Go F Yourself!
Irritating Background Noise
Tuus  Boogie Man (Soft Intro)   Options   Not Listed  ?  12"  41:32 
Suicide References
Steven Schoenberg  Romance   Options Pianoworks  Quabbin  1983  LP  42:12 
Therapists and Psychiatrists
Zeitmahl  Godspeed   Options First Impressions  Timeless Enterprizes  1992  LP  43:02 
Willy Brandt clip courtesy of Audio©European Community
Barbara's Incredible Hair
Colorful Dye
Jan Hammer  Oceans and Continents   Options The First Seven Days  Nemperor  1975  LP  45:18 
Holiday from Canada
The Vienna State Opera Orchestra  O Canada   Options National Anthems of the World  Everest  ?  LP  46:28 
Midwives and Sociologists
Is Everything Everybody's Business?
The Beach Boys  Good Vibrations   Options Beach Boys '69 - The Beach Boys Live in London  Capitol  1969  LP  47:12 
Billy Cobham  Arroyo   Options   Atlantic  1978  LP  47:25 
Canadian Health Care Assessed
Return To Forever  Space Circus Part II   Options Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy  Polydor  1973  LP  48:16 
Do I Have Problems?
Petri Dish
Oregon  Land Of Hearts Desire   Options Music Of Another Present Era  Vanguard  1972  LP  49:18 
Hamilton Camp Research
Hamilton Camp  Here's To You   Options Here's To You  Warner Bros. Seven Arts  1968  LP  50:15 
The Tape-Turn
John the Surgeon from Baltimore
Buddy Morrow & His Orchestra  The Raven   Options Poe For Moderns  RCA Victor  ?  LP  53:14 
John's Wife
Daunting Scalpels
Baby Swallows Bullet
Famous Theatre Company with the Hollywood Studio Orchestra  Excerpt   Options The Story of the Old Testament - Part Two  United Artists    LP  56:00 
An Interview with New School Student - Matt
Non-Hipster Area
No Vote
Obama .,. Good Lookin' Guy
Hit with a Bottle
An Interview with Break-Dancer, Gunner
Chillin' With His Lady
Homeless Man with Stolen Guitar
The Boogie Down
Philly Farewell
Iron Butterfly  Sun and Steel   Options Sun and Steel  MCA  1975  LP  1:02:25 
  That's it for another episode of The Dusty Show -- The first episode of the Summer Season! I had some tape recorder difficulties that caused me to cut some of the interviews short, and for this, I am sorry. I'll have to get some new micro-cassettes and maybe a new micro-recorder if I can find the model I like.

Really enjoyed collecting the vinyl for this show. I found a great secret vinyl source upstate. Regularly replenished with new old records, the obscure, bland stuff I love! Hamilton Camp! Peter Cofield! Late-period Butterfly. Loving my Sun and Steel LP. Leave it to MCA to green light that one.

Also, very happy to be on before Night People and look forward to future collaboration when we get used to each other. Could be cool! I'll miss Betsy and hope she returns to FMU soon, which I bet she will when she misses all that sweet glory.

Email me if you have the notion. It's been pretty dire of late. The Accuplaylist has been fun, though. Really enjoy the interaction during the show.

So glad Summer is here. Hope you enjoy yours. Keep listening and ... always remember.

Clay Pigeon - NYC

Don't Forget! I'll be filling in for Julie on Dark Night of the Soul next Mon night/Tues morning at 3am. Tune in and I'll be playing great vinyl and taking some calls. Until then ...... A.R.

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Listener comments!

  6:03pm Guessing:

Fabio is still back announcing into a mic he doesn't know is dead.
  6:03pm Clay:

  6:04pm Julie London:

  6:04pm Clay:

Hi Julie
  6:04pm david:

crack that whip Clay! ;)
  6:04pm Guessing:

Stevie's Golden Lady and Yes's Rejoice in under 60 seconds. Yep, it's Clay's show
  6:05pm dale:

greetings from the hudson valley!
  6:05pm Julie London:

It is nice I can go far away and hear you guys
  6:06pm DJWrongspeed:

WOW from London, this shit is the shit
  6:06pm dale:

clay - salvay in the 50s and west side? that one is awesome, three floors of fun!
  6:07pm hopey:

As long as The Fixx isn't played, I'm happy.
  6:07pm Ant:

In addition to being an important innovative composer, Charles Ives was a very successful insurance salesmen!
  6:08pm Arthur Miller:

Attention must be paid.
  6:08pm david:

...and now I have a hankering for the Fixx underscoring one of these street interviews... it's like dead baby jokes!
  6:08pm Clay:

Talking with Ken in the studio.
  6:08pm Julie London:

(waving to Ken)
  6:09pm Arthur Miller:

Has Ken changed his meds since you interviewed him on that topic? poke
  6:10pm Fake Ken:

Arthur Miller, is that gum in your mouth?
  6:11pm Julie London:

OMG Clay munchkin voice
  6:12pm thomas:

yeah i can listen live to the dusty show :-))
  6:14pm david:

Clay, I love it when you do the full-fledged sidebar segments... and to learn about the Cofield / QAL connection...
  6:15pm Parq:

I recall another easy-listenting folkie (can't remember who) say that the commercial jingles he wrote had changed him from an obscure folk artist to an obscure folk artists with a really nifty condo on Riverside Drive.
  6:15pm Minnesota Jeff:

Authentic tape warble! Love it!
  6:16pm Marmalade Kitty:

Julie, Find a nice clear day and do a waterloo sunset, by the thames!! Plenty of pubs in the mean time :)
  6:16pm Julie London:

@MK oooh sounds lovely...
  6:17pm Impulse!:

Fabio played some Impulse! jazz today too!
  6:17pm Fake Arthur Miller:

@Fake Ken: You're not an effing clown?

It actually is gum, I've gotta fucking jumbo pack right here in my pocket. :-)
  6:17pm Brick Van Dee:

That little piano ditty was amazing!
  6:19pm Clay:

OK I'm back. Where is everyone?
  6:19pm Board:

Here listening! O:-)
  6:20pm Minnesota Jeff:

I'm where I am.
  6:20pm Clay:

Kaiser Aluminum Dome
  6:21pm hopey:

Exotica Pie
  6:22pm J J:

What's going on there? Did I miss something heroic?
  6:22pm dale:

Henry Kiaiser , as in the car company, Kaiser Manhattan etc?
  6:23pm thomas:

still here. glued to the radio
  6:23pm david:

heckuva job
  6:23pm Clay:

The Kaiser Dome in Hawaii is where the exotica practicioners got down.
  6:23pm dale:

dutch darrin designed a lot of kaisers, you can recognize the darrin 'dip' in the belt line of the doors.
  6:24pm Clay:

Hi Dale. Hope life is good.
  6:27pm Greg from Detroit:

was that Jonathan Bell ranting just now? (pre-King Harvest)
  6:28pm dave:

classic dusty show
  6:28pm Robert:

That should be one of the station's slogans, like right under the sound bit of the day: "This is where we changed the batteries, so from here on it should be pretty good."
  6:28pm dale:

it's upstate dale, not iowa dale, but yeah, thanks - life is fine. having a vodka and tonic, amish style fat free pretzels and listening to the radio, and have no debt or maladies, so can't complain
  6:30pm Marmalade Kitty:

Great show Clay! :)
  6:30pm david:

this was always on lazaa as Van Morrison... you're bringing me back, Clay!
  6:30pm Julie London:

We don't change low batteries. We use them till they're good and dead, sound be damned :)
  6:30pm david:

  6:30pm Ant:

This is a smooth tune.
  6:31pm Brick Van Dee:

Wow, never heard the original "dancing in the moonlight" before. Only the hideous Toploader version which they played constantly when I was a student...
  6:31pm Fredericks:

You could play this all the way through, Clayton
  6:31pm Legal Code:

That's known as "assultin' batteries"
  6:31pm Clay:

Thanks Marmalade. That means a lot, coming from you.
  6:32pm phillip:

i couldn't help but burst out laughing when shazz popped up. great stuff
  6:32pm Clay:

Was hoping you'd notice Phillip
  6:34pm phillip:

it reminds me of arsenio hall. now some classic fatboy slim
  6:34pm Julie London:

awwww :(
  6:34pm J J:

Kind of personal. Can't get into it. Okay, I beat the shit out of some guy.
  6:35pm Starbuckle:

What's with this Yes in the background? Can't you afford Starcastle?
  6:35pm david:

they don't bark and they don't bite
  6:37pm hopey:

How does he get people to reveal this stuff??
  6:37pm Obvious Guy:

This guy's a Drama King, wow!
  6:37pm Julie London:

He just has that way.
  6:38pm Clay:

Wrestling with this Accuplaylist and tape issues. Analog is just a constant fight.
  6:38pm Ant:

Clay's show is the (actual) best show on WFMU. All pathos, with a little bad prog. I love it.
  6:38pm Clay:

Willie Brandt.
  6:38pm david:

that's the magic of Clay
  6:39pm Clay:

Hi Fredericks. Been missing you brother.
  6:39pm dale:

hope you used a c60 so you don't have to turn it over!!
  6:39pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Unbelievable show, in the greatest sense- thank you Mr Dusty! I am another clown too. and we are are all Bozos on this bus, as Firesign used to say. You probably helped that guy a lot!
  6:39pm Marmalade Kitty:

I mean it, Clay! Your excursions into the everyday conscience/sub conscience of the passer by, via open confrontation.. Always great :)
  6:40pm Clay:

I always use 90's Dale, which makes no sense.
  6:41pm Clay:

Thanks Persian. I don't do it for money, but I crave the love.
  6:41pm phillip:

any vancouver riots?
  6:41pm glenn:

oh clay. there are about a bajillion better bands from toronto than rush.
  6:42pm Julie London:

Clay we need to digitize you. And I mean you personally. I brought a nifty WAV recorder with me. I could do street interviews if I were so inclined.
  6:42pm Clay:

Yes Phillip ... Triumph! April Wine!
  6:42pm glenn:

that said, any time you want to come up, you got a place to stay.
  6:43pm Ant:

Wish we could have funded a plane ticket for Clay to cover the Vancouver hockey riots. If we had known. Imagine the imbecility, the Canadian hockey-sadness.
  6:44pm Clay:

I saw one of those Julie ... a Sanyo, for $59. Just about ready to take the plunge.
  6:44pm glenn:

that imbecility is kinda vancouver centric, in my opinion.
  6:44pm Clay:

Thanks Glenn! Would love to come to Vancouver and ski Whistler. And not wreck.
  6:45pm fleep:

Yet the riot generated that photo of the couple making out on the street as the rioters retreated, so out of stupidity comes great moments
  6:45pm Julie London:

those riots were insane! Couldn't believe my eyes
  6:45pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Canada is where the great Tragically Hip will play in Charlottetown June 30. I am driving the 1000 miles to see them! Interview me there sir, if you can!
  6:45pm Clay:

Miss ya Julesberg.
  6:45pm dale:

i have a hamilton camp rekkid - star spangled bus is a good tune
  6:46pm dave:

he's on the level--no bullshit-i think thats how
  6:46pm Clay:

Cool Dale. I like him now. And Peter Cofield.
  6:46pm Julie London:

I miss you too! But at least I can listen.
  6:47pm glenn:

the hip are indeed great. ( i use to go see them play in toronto bars for 5 bucks)
  6:47pm david:

What's this about a departure from cassettes?
  6:47pm Minnesota Jeff:

Why does it seem like this Vancouver is getting such attention? LA went nuts last year, Montreal burned a cop car when they one the OPENING SERIES of the playoffs a few years ago. Not even the championship series.
  6:48pm Ant:

Meant no disrespect to Canada. Similar imbecility was invoked during the OBL celebration, (also wonderfully doc'd by Clay. Perhaps my favorite recent show. It's a classic.)
  6:48pm thomas:

welcome to te other side
  6:48pm Clay:

Truly ... I hope the day never comes. David. Isn't Heart from Vancouver?
  6:49pm Clay:

TY Ant
  6:49pm glenn:

maybe because van. is supposed to be such a granola peaceful place?
  6:49pm Ant:

Rioting out of joy is acceptable!
  6:49pm Minnesota Jeff:

I fully expect every a city to riot when they Win a championship, but usually not when they lose. Guess thats the difference.
  6:49pm fleep:

Ecstatic looting - ok!
  6:50pm glenn:

heart's from seattle. they recorded the first record in vancouver. ( maybe more, i don't know)
  6:50pm Julie London:

Heart are from Seattle
  6:50pm Clay:

If the Brewers win the World Series, I wil riot!
  6:50pm Clay:

Mushroom Records, Glenn.
  6:51pm phillip:

i wonder what adbusters magazine thinks about the riots?
  6:51pm glenn:

i fully expect the red sox to win the world series this year.
  6:51pm J J:

That's an insane story about the baby. Guy was so dry in telling it.
  6:51pm Minnesota Jeff:

Thanks be to the Kings that won't ever happen!
  6:51pm Minnesota Jeff:

In reference to the Brewers.
  6:52pm dale:

this sounds more like rosemary's baby than a bible story
  6:52pm moose:

do magazines think?

  6:52pm Ant:

For the SF Giants, we had a tame, hippie version of a riot and it was so much fun. A few oblig. stabbings but mostly exultation and dancing in the streets!
  6:54pm Clay:

TY Moose
  6:54pm Clay:

I remember the earthquake in Frisco and the World Series.
  6:54pm Clay:

  6:54pm fleep:

oh the nervous laughter, again and again
  6:55pm phillip:

ooohh damn
  6:55pm airblast:

Loves the Shazz
  6:56pm dave:

athens riots?
  6:56pm Clay:

I'm going to have to sign-off and make room for Night People. See you guys Tuesday am at 3, filling in for Julie. Thanks for all your support my friends. Have a great weekend. Always remember.
  6:56pm Ant:

Today's generic was excellent.
  6:57pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Thanks. The poorer Atlantic Canada is rich in music. Not prone to riots or crime of any kind. The Hip used to be great, and the warm folks on PEI will be good company for a concert that cost me way more than that! I am jealous.
  6:57pm phillip:

shazz ya later
  6:58pm thomas:

first the dusty show and now night people. i must be in heaven.
  6:59pm Julie London:

Yes that's right! Dark Dusty Night next week tues 3am :) Thanks Clay! Love ya (and grumbly Fabio too)
  7:00pm glenn:

aw, don't be jealous. i'm sure there are lots of people out there who used to see r.e.m. or the clash or madonna or whoever for 5 bucks, or less. ya gotta start somewhere.
  7:00pm dale:

dusty after dark
  7:01pm Obvious Guy:

Dusky Dusty
  7:05pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Just saying, rioting is not normal there at all. Hockey is serious in ways I do not understand. The girls team in Morell, PEI can beat the Philadelphia professional one any time. It is a village of 300 people. The rink is like Allah's tomb or something. Do you see?
  7:08pm glenn:

dude, i was on skates when i was four. i played hockey til i was nineteen. i get it, don't worry.
  7:19pm depressed Persian cab driver:

There are no rinks where i grew up. Obviously. But I like watching the hockey games. Again, so jealous of you, Glenn! I get good tips for knowing something about sports and must settle for that in 2011 USA.

pssst...can you hear me?

Doesn't seem to be anyone here. Maybe I'll make it my home.

This corner feels comfortable. Let me set my belongings down...

I sure am hungry. Maybe I'll have a bite to eat. Then I'll go to sleep...

I wonder what Clay is doing right now? Is he thinking of England? Is he humming Rush songs in his head? Does he have an itch he can't reach?
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