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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 June 23, 2011: The Dusty Dozen

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Regale Us
European Tongue
The Shoulder
Fab's Vikes
Window In The Back
Gay Pride Weekend
Above Them
He Hated the Thanksgiving's Day Parade
Part The Waves
Fabio's Dancing
Hot Song
Rhythmless Music
Miss Julie
Soap Opera
80's Kinks
Cliche Dismissals
Medley or Hatfield?
Andrew Ridgeley
21 ... 21
Bowl of Oates
  Mott The Hoople covered Sonny Bono's, "Laugh At Me," on their self-titled debut album in 1969.
Don Was Moody
Jan Murray and Dean Torrance
Wild at Heart
Nick Cage' Troubles
Tuned In
Two More Minutes
The Legal
A Taste
Anti-Dance Movement
Clammed Up
Zero G
Such a Notion
The Dusty Dozen
Tear Beat
Meant To Hear
I Believe In Music
Gallery  Big City Miss Ruth Anne   Options   Sussex  1972  45     
Street Musicians In Union Square Park
Descendents  Coolidge   Options All  SST  1987  LP     
Tony Hawk
Tony Hawk's 900 Footage Courtesy Of ESPN.com
Skate Talk
Sidewalk Surfin' - Jan and Dean
A Skater's Message of Peace and Love
Bert Tenzer  A New Life For Everyone Inside The Outer Shape   Options   Not Listed  ?  7"     
An Interview With Jamie in Washington Square Park
Feeding A Squirrel Spanish Peanuts
The Four Seasons/Steve Perry
Pacific Gas & Electric  Are You Ready   Options   Columbia  1970  45     
A Street Musician Sings "Volcano" by Jimmy Buffett
An Interview with Joseph in Union Square Park
Teardrop Tattoos
Bad Kid
They Were Still Young
Collecting Comic Books
No Meds
Red Hook
Drug Dealers, Hustlers and Outlaws
His Girlfriend Died
The One
The Hereafter
Everything Deteriorates
There Is A God
Lt. Col. John A. Powers (Narration)  Excerpt   Options America's First Man In Orbit  Nelson Doubleday Inc  1962  7"     
Space Stations
A City On The Moon
Joseph's Message of Peace and Love
Ah Leah - Donnie Iris
Love WIll Rock You - Donnie Iris
The Jaggerz  The Rapper   Options   Kama Sutra  1970  45     
Soundbytes During The Rapper from Skeenilly aka The Skeematic
President Obama Announces Troop Withdrawals from Afghanistan - 6/22/11
Not Gung Ho
College Administrator
An Excerpt from "Roger and Me," a Film by Michael Moore (1989 - Warner Bros.)
Sad Little Cassette Recorder
Yes  Perpetual Change   Options The Yes Album  Atlantic  1971  LP     
Capitalism Means The Strongest Person Makes The Most Money
Tea Party
"Old Betsy" Hudson and Landry
Her Message of Peace and Love
Zebra Fingernails
Her Friend
Mouth Full of Noodles
All Talk
Replogle  Excerpt   Options The Oceans of Mr. World Volume 4  Mr. World  1965  7"  Promotional disc for Replogle Globes, Inc. of Chicago, IL.   
Replogle  Excerpt   Options The Land Of Mr. World Volume 3  Mr. World  1965  7"     
  Too much burping ... noted.
Banjo Plug
Two Young Bluegrass Musicians Play in Union Square Park
Grandpa Jones  Don't Bring Your Banjo Home   Options   Decca  ?  45  Co-Written by Johnny Cash   
The Tape Turn
Dusty Unsealed
Jason Shulman  Miserable Day   Options Sweet Surrender - Music of the Pathwork  Akashic Records  1985  LP     
Leveling With You
My Fault
Flow Naturally
An Interview with Lilith in Union Square Park
Second- Generation Hippie
  Why must I sing???
80's Music Sucked
30 Miles West of Lima
Ohio's Musical Legacy
Birth Name
White Witchcraft
A Break From America
Hash It Up
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Anxiety Disorder and Medical Marijuana
Seek Help
No Crack, Heroin, Meth, Alcohol
Youngbloods Sing-A-Long
Focus On Chuck Woolery
Chuck Woolery  The Pleasure Of Her Company   Options   Columbia  1970  45  I like this. Produced by Bobby Goldsboro.   
An Interview with Mike - Broadway and 17th Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey and Admiral Halsey
Fire Science
Mike's 9/11 Contribution
Man Helping Fellow Man
Beyond The Pale Capitalism
Man In General Fails With Ideas
Why Are We Involved In All These Foreign Wars?
Start The Draft Again
Cuomo ... Christie ... Ron Paul ... short takes
Create More Jobs
North American Dollar
Tea Party
Palin, Bachmann
Mike's Message of Peace and Love
Be Yourself
What Is An American?
Troye Widenheimer  Excerpt   Options How To Play The Guitar  Not Listed  1967  7"  Played in the Zodiacs with Dead members. Includes Free Pick!   
Soupy Sales  The Mouse   Options   ABC-Paramount  1965  45  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kP1_F9zEF7o   
Closing Statements
The Red Mark
The Thursday Night Line-Up
  Thanks for checking out the show. I really have enjoyed getting back out and doing some interviews again. I love the editing process, and I love everyone's ideas and their way of looking at things. Good to do a little back and forth with Fabio. We missed Julie, but she'll be stateside soon. Hope you're enjoying your summer. Where's my email? Hmm?


Take care and ... always remember.

The Pidge

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Listener comments!

  6:09pm david:

ooh, a 60 minute tape!
  6:09pm Clay:

Here. Hi everyone.
  6:10pm phillip:

  6:10pm Clay:

Yes, David. A 60!
  6:10pm Julie London:

Phoenicia? C30 C60 C90 GO
  6:11pm Cecile:

I haven't heard that Gallery in a million years.
  6:11pm Julie London:

You missed a good Avril Lavigne chance there
  6:11pm Clay:

Hi Julie! Hope you're having fun in London.
  6:11pm dale:

are you a recoton man or memerox kind of guy? it seems like everyone heads up rte 28 in the summer
  6:11pm Clay:

I know Cecile, I had forgotten it.
  6:11pm Julie London:

Hi Clay! Yes indeed! Fun but tiring.
  6:12pm Clay:

TDK, Dale. Highway 30
  6:13pm dale:

julie london - 'work' is the best song on that album, don't you think?
  6:13pm Julie London:

ooh yes dale work is a great song too
  6:13pm Cecile:

Clay, if you see Dogtown and Z-Boys, yes, there is a defniite connection with surfing and skateboarding. Great documentary.
  6:13pm Clay:

Julie, my fill-in was awful. Sorry.
  6:14pm Clay:

I saw it Cecile! Loved it. Also, The Endless Summer. I even like this cheezy North Shore movie.
  6:14pm Julie London:

How is surfing/skating "creative?" @Clay I seriously doubt that.
  6:14pm Cecile:

Clay, it was great except for the Styx part...
  6:15pm Clay:

JY, Cecile. The meat and potatoes of Styx.
  6:15pm Cecile:

The ficitonalized movie adaptation, Lords of Dogtown was even decent.
  6:15pm Julie London:

  6:15pm phillip:

was it best that i was working during the fill in show clay?
  6:15pm david:

...run run run...
  6:16pm Clay:

Ken is here. Hold on.
  6:16pm other david:

Nonsense Clay, the fill in was great - even with the Styx!

Enjoying tonights show
  6:17pm Julie London:

He is too hard on himself! (Hi Ken!)
  6:17pm Clay:

Thanks O.D.
  6:18pm david:

wow that guy sounded like sun city girls
  6:18pm Julie London:

I bet the studio is full of folks looking for Fabio's vikes
  6:18pm fleep:

Sometimes Clay you should bill these people for the hour
  6:18pm Clay:

Fabio is slurring.
  6:19pm Clay:

haha Fleep. I hear you.
  6:19pm Julie London:

That's just because he is too cool to enunciate
  6:20pm Clay:

Fun going live. Always hard to play the tape.
  6:22pm Cecile:

this guy is a poet.
  6:22pm hamburger:

clay talking to the man on the street is just something else :)
  6:22pm ?:

@Julie: Fabio's real name is Coolio?
  6:23pm Clay:

Thanks, Ham.
  6:24pm amanita a:

Cape Canaveral
  6:24pm phillip:

really great show going
  6:25pm Night Al:

They use solar energy on the ISS.
  6:25pm Clay:

Thanks Phillip
  6:25pm JT:

was that the "Man in Orbit" 7" i just heard?
  6:26pm Clay:

First MAn in Orbit on the Vox label, JT. John Glenn
  6:27pm paula:

thanks for going from that beautiful guy on the street to DONNIE IRIS...
  6:27pm amanita a:

John Glenn in "Friendship 7"
  6:27pm david:

these records sound good for the condition they were in.
  6:28pm Clay:

Ken's not mad, Julie!
  6:28pm phillip:

i miss my friendship 7 pinball machine
  6:28pm Clay:

OK. Ken's gone.
  6:29pm amanita a:

I wanna see movies of my dreams
  6:30pm phillip:

the corporation is the power
  6:30pm Clay:

The thought kind of scares me, Amanita. It might happen, though.
  6:30pm Cecile:

later, Clay! Gotta get home. Take care.
  6:31pm Clay:

Nite, 'Cile. Drive safe.
  6:32pm Julie London:

bye Cecile!
  6:32pm Clay:

Where's Matt from Springfiled ... Ike ...
  6:33pm Clay:

Glenn ...
  6:33pm Clay:

i LOVE globes
  6:33pm Julie London:

they're transfixed, unable to comment
  6:34pm Howie:

Those girls...typical.
  6:34pm phillip:

clay do you have a record called pythagoron?
  6:34pm Clay:

Don't think so, Phillip
  6:36pm amanita a:

thanks for the tunes
  6:36pm John from Queens:

how about the ukelele
  6:36pm Clay:

You're welcome, Amanita.
  6:37pm david:

great finds! go phoenicia!
  6:37pm Clay:

This singer is from Shandaken.
  6:38pm Julie London:

Is that a place or a band?
  6:38pm glenn:

  6:38pm Clay:

Place, Jules. About to be fracked senseless.
  6:38pm dale:

julie's never been to the catskills
  6:38pm Clay:

Hey, Glenn!
  6:38pm Julie London:

oh man down to the wire, Clay
  6:39pm Julie London:

such language, Clay
  6:39pm glenn:

  6:39pm david:

the poignant pause before saying one is a deadhead
  6:39pm Julie London:

Cats have skills?
  6:39pm Clay:

You're right Julie ....
  6:40pm amanita a:

the psychology of motivation
  6:41pm glenn:

  6:41pm Clay:

I didn't like the Dead until I played bass in a cover band. Now I admire their unorthodox song structures.
  6:42pm glenn:

  6:43pm amanita a:

Anthem of the Sun
  6:43pm Julie London:

"hash it up"
  6:43pm Clay:

  6:44pm Clay:

Are you hashin' it up in London, Julie?
  6:44pm david:

yeah, Phil Lesh would be instructive to channel...
  6:44pm Fleep:

sea kelp?
  6:45pm dale:

woolery sports a big burly beard on that rekkid, doesn't he?
  6:45pm phillip:

you missed scrabble clay
  6:46pm Julie London:

Me? Yeah right. I had some cider though.
  6:46pm hamburger:

that a territorial pissing reference?
  6:46pm Clay:

Andy's here for Night People. He's hooking up the webcam.
  6:47pm dale:

hashish was really harsh. can you even get it anymore? not missing out on anything jules
  6:47pm amanita a:

this show airs around the world
  6:47pm moose:

you can get it!
  6:48pm Clay:

Where are you Amanita?
  6:48pm Julie London:

"fire in your pants?"
  6:49pm Julie London:

that is what I am hearing at 10 til midnight
  6:49pm phillip:

great show clay gotta get going. enjoy the rest of you're time in london julie
  6:50pm amanita a:

  6:50pm phillip:

always a pleasure
  6:51pm Julie London:

The Dusty Show crosses all borders
  6:52pm Clay:

TY Phillip!
  6:53pm Julie London:

plastic man!
  6:54pm dale:

things will never be normal again. this is the new normal.
  6:54pm Night Al:

I'm writing Kucinich in for president in 2012. USA spent over $3 trillion on the war in Iraq, over $500 billion and counting in Afghanistan, Libya, 1 billion. The Pentagon takes over half of the spending of our budget. 400 Americans now have more wealth than 150 million Americans combined. 15 mil unemployed, 10 mil uninsured.
  6:57pm amanita a:

American Tribal
  6:57pm Night Al:

Please find below my suggestion for fixing America 's economy.

Instead of giving billions of dollars to companies that will squander the money on lavish parties and unearned bonuses, use the following plan.

You can call it the Patriotic Retirement Plan:

There are about 40 million people over 50 in the work force.

Pay them $1 million apiece severance for early retirement with the following stipulations:

1) They MUST retire. Forty million job openings - Unemployment fixed.

2) They MUST buy a new American CAR. Forty million cars ordered - Auto Industry fixed.

3) They MUST either buy a house or pay off their mortgage - Housing Crisis fixed.

4) They MUST buy their own health insurance. - Health Plan for seniors just fixed!!!

It can't get any easier than that! If more money is needed, have all members of Congress and their constituents pay their taxes... If you think this would work, please tell everyone you know.

If not, please disregard. Then shoot yourself!!!! - 1 job opening
  6:57pm Clay:

I'll sign off now. Thanks for listening. Have a good weekend everybody. Always remember ..... Clay
  6:57pm 12539:

Great shoe, Mr Pigeon!
  6:57pm Julie London:

woohooo Do the Mouse!
  6:58pm dale:

tin machine should cover 'do the mouse'
  6:58pm moose:

dear me!
great show
  6:58pm Julie London:

See ya next week Clay! Great show :)
  6:58pm hopey:

I love this song!!
  6:58pm Clay:

Get home safe, Julie!
  6:58pm david:

doing the mouse.
  6:58pm amanita a:

Second Hand Sensation
  6:59pm Julie London:

i can do it my house!
  6:59pm moose:

night al, not a bad idea that!
i du the moose
  7:02pm amanita a:

no more dusty
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