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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 August 11, 2011: Another DigiDusty! Correcting Last Weeks Total Fail

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
President Obama Speaks from the Rose Garden at the White House on the Debt Ceiling Deal - Courtesy of C-Span Video Library
An interview with percussionist, Terry Wicks, of the New York Blue Funk Orchestra. I didn't get around to playing a track from Terry's CD yet. Here's a cool Youtube clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr7aTKdDgws
Zebra  No Tellin' Lies   Options No Tellin' Lies  Atlantic  1984  LP  This has grown on me to the nth degree! 
Republican House Majority Leader, John Boehner, courtesy of FOX News Sunday.
An Interview with computer-music artist, Robin The Bank, in Union Square Park - Manhattan
Adamski  I Love Technology   Options   MCA  1990  12"  4:07 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBVK1EvOJjU -- performs today as Adam Sky. 
Actress  Again The Addiction   Options   Werk Discs    MP3  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epOZ0vzcut0 
More with Robin The Bank
Photek  Book of Changes   Options Form and Function, Vol 2  BD  1994  12"  Music behind Robin talking about Drum and Bass. 
Robin The Bank  /---{       2011  MP3  Courtesy of Soundcloud - http://soundcloud.com/robinthebank 
CNN reports on radiation levels in association with the nuclear disaster in Fukushima Prefecture as a result of the recent tsunami.
Dr. Harold Lippincott sample from the LP - Bobby and Betty go to the Moon - Happy House Records.
Seven Secret Thrift Store Records
Legacy  Word Up   Options   Brunswick  1982  12"  Promo Copy identified as Legacy by listener, Will, on the WFMU Accuplaylist! Thanks, Will! 
Pat Buchanan on MSNBC, speaking with Rev. Al Sharpton about President Barack Obama.
More with Terry Wicks
I am unable to locate my audio source for the byte about starvation in Africa in my computer's history. If I locate it, I will add it. Apologies. Sad, sad story.
Kulmansam sings numbers in Swahili - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTM5jIOm4uo&feature=related
Terry Wicks Continues ...
Body As Car
Law  Sun Won't Shine   Options Hold On To It  MCA/Goldhawke  1977  LP  Featuring Roy Kenner 
Vince Lombardi, Jr. Speaks on Motivation - Courtesy of Eagles Talent.com


An Interview with The Flute Man under the Washington Arch at Washington Square Park - Manhattan
Joy To The World Moment - Three Dog Night
Computer-Voiced Explanation of Marcel DuChamp reading text courtesy of Wikipedia.
Barefoot Dirty Hippies
Dion   Abraham, Martin and John (Excerpt)   Options WFIL-FM - The Nicest Music, Vol. 1  Darby Music Marketing  1969  LP   
The Peppermint Rainbow  Will You Be Staying After Sunday   Options WFIL-FM - The Nicest Music, Vol. 1  Darby Music Marketing  1969  LP  Went over gangbusters on the Accuplaylist. Love this one. Future Clay's Classic? Could be! 
Peppermint Facts
DigiDusty (I'm secretly loving them!) shhhh Email me!


More with The Flute Man
Hendrix Moment
The Beatles  I Am the Walrus   Options Magical Mystery Tour  Capitol  1968  LP  Still sounds new. 
Martha's Vineyard Island Red Clay
Exploitative Dermos
Underestimating Clay
Weird Laugh comes from the LP, Terror - Sounds of Horror - Hall of Music Records - Goofy Gold. 1979, HRB Music, Inc. Can't get enough of it.
John Coltrane   Transition   Options Transition  ABC/Impulse  1965    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MVVnkbImEM 
Interview excerpt from John Coltrane (1960) Unknown Source (Youtube)
Flute Man 67
Folks ... Don't Worry!
Flute Man Sings
  All background music, including that which appears behind interviews, flute solos, songs, etc., is created by yours truly in Garageband. Pretty easy to do. Mix n' Match. Hack it up a bit to avoid generic sameness of universal samples.
MADDENING DEAD AIR - Was not supposed to occur. Some little bit of digital info was "slid" out of place. Sucks. Ruins whole show. HA! Kind of, though.
Broken Glass  It's Evil   Options Broken Glass  Capitol  1976  LP  Like it. Hated it at first. 
Deep voice: Tim Curry from the movie, "Legend."
Praise Goddess
I Like Hillary
Flute Man Continues
A Message Of Peace and Love
Tired Foot
Flute Man's Flute Solo!
Zinc  Street Level   Options Demo  Arista  1982  12"  Featuring Hiram Bullock on guitar. This record sounds distorted and bad. Probably the result of going from turntable to cassette deck, out the earphone hole and into the computer. Along the way, sonics deteriorate some. As a cosolation ... Mannix! 
Hawaii 5-0 Ad that is inserted wildly and makes no sense.
An Interview With Myra the Banjoist in Washington Square Park - Manhattan
South Carolina, home of Hootie and the Blowfish. Important to point that out.
  Drunk dudes in the background driving me nuts! Should definitely have interviewed them, but it might have been exploitative. Lord knows I've never been that. HA!
Asking a Woman her Age.
Marriage Hopes After 50
  I ask Myra some of the dumbest questions ... jeez.
Myra's Message
Myra Plays the Banjo!
Jack Bruce  Rope Ladder To The Moon   Options Songs for a Tailor  ATCO  1969  LP  Like it. Spooky. Complex. 
A digital composition I made up. Took some damned work or I wouldn't mention it!
An Interview With Justice in Union Square Park
TV excerpt concerning the tumbling Dow, courtesy of the Rachel Maddow Show - MSNBC
Young Hip Kids With 10-ft. Ceilings
Report on the London Riots, courtesy of ABC News
  Got a little carried away with the lengthy samples trying to fill space and add new and current material after last weeks stone-flop.
John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for The Nation Magazine, speaking about the Wisconsin recall elections, courtesy of Democracy Now.
Flute Man Pidgemixx
'Bonnie and Clyde' segment courtesy of ABC NEWS
Vincent Bell  Airport Love Theme   Options   Darby Music Marketing  1969  LP  Pretty! 
Bloated Outro
Traces  Dennis Yost and the Classics IV   Options   Imperial  1969  45  Dennis Yost died of respiratory failure, on December 7, 2008, at the age of 65 
That's it for another episode of The Dusty Show. I hope you enjoyed it! I have enjoyed doing these DigiDusty shows. The digital realm offers new creative possibilities, but I can't see abandoning my dual-cassette decks, especially not after repairman/genius Mark Slaughter has revived two "new" ones from some old carcasses. Fantastic! Hope you are having a happy summer. My wife and I are. Love the hot weather. Well, since I'm talking weather, I'll go. I do appreciate your listening my friends. Please email me: dusty@wfmu.org. I love hearing from you. DON'T FORGET - Tuesday Morning EARLY 3am - 6am - AUGUST 16th - Julie and I will throw down on Dark Night Of The Soul, and we'll be looking for YOU! Be there. Until then .... take care and ...

Always Remember

Clay Pigeon



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Listener comments!

  6:06pm phillip:

That first interview knows whats up!
  6:06pm david:

Dusty redo!
  6:06pm KLAYY:

  6:07pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

This show sounds familiar.
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Clay!
I actually listened to the end of Donna's archive from last week, to hear how far the show got before it crapped out! Anxiously awaiting the "turning point", coming up soon...
  6:08pm KLAYY:

Scared of "turning point" have Zebra LP just in case.
  6:08pm david:

we have a potential for a triple-david threat if other david shows up...
  6:10pm Matt from Springfield:

You made it!

Actually the way the CD made the "skipping" sound last week, it was somehow well timed! Too bad the rest of the show didn't follow.
  6:10pm KLAYY:

Rest of the show to follow today and NEXT WEEK

Analog returns
  6:11pm KLAYY:

I got so ripped off by a mechanic today and feel like a total wuss. Why can't I have massive arms?????
  6:11pm Deeter:

That guy sounded like a clueless douche.
  6:11pm david:

The end of DigiDusty?
  6:12pm KLAYY:

The welcome DETH of DIGIDUSTY
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

DigiDusty could work--if you brought a keychain drive with an audio file, without burning on a CD-R. No corruption errors, you can probably play MP3 or WAV on the station's board...
  6:14pm Aborigine:

I was never that good at playing the digiredust.
  6:15pm will:

Promotional Copy = "Word Up" by Legacy
  6:15pm KLAYY:

Julie says we are past the crisis point.
  6:16pm KLAYY:

Legacy, Will? i knew the collective mind of FMU listeners would prevail.
  6:16pm Aborigine:

But do we get the crisis's point?
  6:17pm will:

k, hope i didn't ruin the mystery for ya
  6:18pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Word up!
  6:18pm KLAYY:

I saw James Gang with Tommy Bolin and Roy Kenner in 76. This motivational guy is Vince Lombardi, Jr.
  6:19pm david:

Crisis averted. Personally I was willing to give the skip half an hour, but as it turns out the actual show is looking like another homerun.
  6:19pm Frances:

Jeremiah DENIED! poor bullfrog
  6:20pm KLAYY:

Yes Frances, I feel your pain there.
  6:21pm phillip:

That is one smart robot.
  6:21pm Frances:

he always had some mighty fine wine. Somehow it didn't seem weird to be an 8 year old kid singing about boozy frogs on my way home from school. Hm. ps: duchamp is a favorite.
  6:22pm Ex Detroiter:

If you want some great Detroit scenes, check out the recent Dennis Coffey cover of Cee Lo's "F**k You" on youtube...
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, great arrangements and vocals on this Peppermint Rainbow!
  6:23pm KLAYY:

Cecile, Ike, Glenn, Other David, all gone. Popularity flagging. Digi-Flagging. I Always have some mighty fine whine.
  6:23pm david:

This entire Peppermint Rainbow album (from which this is the single I think) is great.
  6:24pm Ex Detroiter:

KLAYY is the Whinemeister General, but we like him just the same...
  6:25pm Night Al:

So what was wrong wit the Jeep? How Much to fix?
  6:25pm KLAYY:

Bushings, Oil Change, I can't talk about it.
  6:26pm Retell Memory:

digital dusty rocks as much as classic clay
  6:26pm Night Al:

cause it hurts too much?
  6:27pm KLAYY:

I'm all about Beady Eye this week. Liam.
  6:27pm Julie:

every weird sound effect I'm like THE CD THE CD
  6:28pm KLAYY:

Hope you guys like my Garageband bvacking music I "composed" two drum 'n bass things later in show.
  6:28pm Ike:

Hey hey. I'm not entirely gone. Tuning in and out. Not all of this music is my bag, but you knew that. :) Klayy, you should keep in mind that loads of p.m. drive listeners are in cars, so don't comment. Plus, you prob. have mucho turnover from Fabs.
  6:28pm Night Al:

What happened to your arm...that's a mole?!?!
  6:28pm Ex Detroiter:

I have lived in NYC since 1979, and I have yet to actually deal with an honest mechanic here in the city. They have a business plan where no matter what you bring the car in with, they are going to charge 300 minimum, shoot for 700 if possible, and if anything significant is really wrong they go for four figures.

I get my car repaired now while visiting relatives in Baltimore -- always a decent price, and no magic add-ons to jack up the bill.
  6:28pm phillip:

HAHA, mole.
  6:29pm Brass Knuckles:

I've never really cared much for air. I could take it or leave it.
  6:29pm Retell Memory:

super suave hendrex beatles medoly
  6:29pm KLAYY:

Used parts, too, I think. i CAN'T talk about it.
  6:31pm Julie:

He's got smoke coming out of his ears
  6:31pm phillip:

That creepy pervy man laugh reminds me of the old Tex Avery cartoons.
  6:31pm Night Al:

Freaking cars anyway! Neccesary evils? I think so!
  6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Somehow he just didn't sound sincere in his "Don't worry!..." I couldn't say that truthfully myself.
  6:31pm Frances:

love this "Folks! Don't WORRY!"
  6:31pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Don't underestimate Clay.
  6:32pm KLAYY:

Oil change, but no handprints on the hood.
  6:33pm Night Al:

Oil changes will have a shiny new oil filter under the car...
  6:33pm KLAYY:

Man, I had this tight segue and there was a digi-gap .... something could go wrong here in a minute. Something did not get slid into the right plce. devil voice is from LEGEND
  6:33pm Ike:

Car-wise, I relate to youse guys. Many mechanics are sleazy scum-slurping bastards. Found some OK ones in NJ though. Sadly, not easily accessible for my NYC friends.
  6:34pm KLAYY:

This one was in JC!
  6:34pm Night Al:

Actually digging your digital mix my friend!
  6:35pm KLAYY:

TY Al!
  6:35pm Night Al:

garageband and clips are working back there!
  6:36pm KLAYY:

Show will devolve soon ... had 40-minutes of real stuff ... then by-product and filler invade. Have I told you lately, audience, that I love you?
  6:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Quality hippy-age there! Another amazing interview!
  6:37pm david:

Well this guy sure did not need to be prompted for a message of peace and love!
  6:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: If you tell us, we'll tell you! :D
  6:37pm KLAYY:

TY Matt Julie and I are discussing the possibility of a Duomvirate next Tuesday morning - 3am-6am.
  6:38pm Mikecabe:

That guy should be a regular...more positive than Fabio ; )
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Or Bi-umvirate, Di-umvirate, although I like the "Duo" emphasis--it represents Teamwork!
  6:40pm Retell Memory:

is this music new clay?
  6:40pm Ex Detroiter:

Prepare yourselves for the Dark Night of the Doomvirate, BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
  6:41pm KLAYY:

Yeah all the background is Garageband creations.
  6:41pm coming soon:

Dark Night of the Bipod!
  6:41pm Retell Memory:

sounds great
  6:41pm KLAYY:

Thanks Retell!
  6:42pm Night Al:

Des Moines, Iowa lost a close one to Kearney, Nebraska this afternoon in the Little League World Series semi-finals...did you see some old friends at the reunion?
  6:43pm KLAYY:

Was it at Rosenblatt in Omaha, Al? I was just there last Sunday. Wife and I went to the Henry Doorly Zoo.
  6:43pm phillip:

As always, great show Clay. Take care and goodnight. See you next week.
  6:43pm KLAYY:

Good for Kearney. Little town beats big town.
  6:44pm Retell Memory:

the autoharp
  6:44pm KLAYY:

Night Phillip. Have a tremendous weekend.
  6:44pm phillip:

Likewise, i will keep listening but start cooking.
  6:45pm KLAYY:

All these records go from my turntable to cassette deck (the side that worked) and through the headphone jack to my computer. Not the best fidelity.
  6:46pm Julie:

they sound fine
  6:46pm KLAYY:

I need a USB table.
  6:46pm Frances:

i like the murky basement quality
  6:47pm KLAYY:

These are my digital songs here. Fun!
  6:47pm Dr Fraud:

Vee havv to vork on zatt inzecurrrity izzhue, Herr Pidgeopn!
  6:48pm KLAYY:

OK Fredericks!
  6:49pm Night Al:

Was it at Rosenblatt in Omaha, Al?

No, they played in Indianapolis, IN
  6:49pm david:

is this the dnb bit in mention?
  6:50pm KLAYY:

  6:51pm Frances:

Folks! Don't WORRY! nice mix
  6:51pm Retell Memory:

this feller again
  6:52pm Frances:

Raising a bottle of Richmond,VA's own Legend Lager as a toast in your general direction, all y'all.
  6:52pm KLAYY:

Here's a Leinenkugel back at you.
  6:53pm Frances:

Oh my, it's audio taffeta!
  6:53pm KLAYY:

Man ... Evan Funk was kicking the vintage disco last night!
  6:54pm Julie:

Yes Clay's going to be on my show Tuesday morning. I will make him play upside down bat music.
  6:54pm Frances:

Disco = fond jr high memories of doing The Bump and trying to see just how low one could go with boney hips.
  6:54pm KLAYY:

I'll be there Julie! Fun. Uriah Heep. Grand Funk!
  6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay Bat! Dusty Night!
  6:54pm Jim:

Just bought tickets to see Styx in October at the South Carolina State Fair. $10!
  6:55pm Night Al:

Always remember....the love you take is equal to the love you make!
  6:55pm david:

Upside down bat music revenge on Julie's show! I love it.
  6:55pm KLAYY:

Andy's Here!
  6:55pm Frances:

Allow me to share one of my photos in re: bats http://www.flickr.com/photos/francesrust/1587724874/
  6:55pm Ike:

I liked that Klayy-Style Drum & Bass.
  6:55pm KLAYY:

I know ... the laugh ... too much.
  6:56pm KLAYY:

Thanks Dwight!
  6:56pm Retell Memory:

nope its great everytime
  6:56pm Ike:

Who's Dwight? I'm Isaac :)
  6:57pm Ike:

(Insert yr favorite joke about the military-industrial complex here.)
  6:57pm Julie:

I like Ike
  6:57pm woj:

listened live tonight instead of friday morning on the archive. not ashamed to say i had both zebra albums and sang along with the track played.
  6:59pm KLAYY:

Zebra rules. Randy Jackson. From Long Island. See you guys. Always remember.
  6:59pm Brass Knuckles:

Does Clay record under the stairs at night or something?
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Classics IV! "Traces"! 1969! The late Dennis Yost!

Thanks Clay and Julie! Everyone have a great night!
  6:59pm Frances:

Always remember
  6:19am paul p:

great show. i love your playlist too. fantastic attention to detail. its all in the editing.
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