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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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Listener comments!

  6:05pm david:

DigiDusty lives!
  6:06pm Cecile:

I demand a tag-team of Fab&GenKen and Clay and Julie
  6:07pm moose:

have bronwyn and claydust ever worked together? i'd like to hear them talk.
  6:07pm Clay:

An unintended digidusty. Actually have two working dual-cassettes. Unfortunately, the one in my immediate possession had slightly different tape-speeds, which made me sound s l o w and lethargic. Hence, another Digi. Good to be back. Hi Cecile. Missed ya last week. Hello David
  6:09pm Clay:

No Moose. We're both Western Iowan's, though.!
  6:09pm moose:

great records so far!
  6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

And outside-of-NYC interviews, a rare treat!
  6:10pm Cecile:

had to run out quick, but I was around for Fabio, Alex and Danielle, always a treat.
  6:10pm Clay:

Thanks, Moose. I have some left over for next week. And interviews.
  6:11pm Cecile:

Ahahahaha! he's so right about the small town politics.
  6:11pm Ike:

"Iowans" has no apostrophe! Please don't abuse the poor misunderstood apostrophe. Ah, apostrophe, you sad little beaten and bruised squiggle, trying to protect you is like trying to dam a river with my fingers.
  6:11pm Clay:

You know, Matt, if I was using analog, I would have Catskilled it up a lot more sonically.
  6:12pm Barn:

Nip it in the bud!
  6:12pm Julie:

Ike shares my grammar Nazi obsession
  6:14pm Clay:

OOPS WTheck!!!! Error. Didge is so difficult. All those little tracks. The good news is I can fix it.
  6:14pm ?:

What kind of "grammar Nazi obsession" leaves the period off a sentence? :)
  6:16pm Matt from Springfield:

@?: Ha ha, although "grammar" is technically how to use verbs, conjugations, sentence structure and the like. Punctuation would be periods, apostrophes and such.
  6:16pm ':

how do you guys treat the possessive with a name ending in s?
  6:16pm Double ?:

It's a figure of speech called "Do as I say, not as I do". :-)
  6:17pm phillip:

This show is so silly!
  6:17pm Julie:

@Matt I always use an 'S in that situation. "Glen Jones's show."
  6:17pm Clay:

Another error with the Bachmann sample. Almost ready to yank the show.
  6:17pm david:

Clay, I was in the sticks this past week and spent $20 at the dollar bins. Some of the records I saw had me thinking of the Dusty Show.
  6:18pm Cecile:

later, all!
  6:18pm david:

Sounded intentional!
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Jones' show, it looks different, but is less awkward reading than Jones's ("Joneses") show.
  6:20pm Julie:

But Jones' implies more than one Glen Jones.
  6:20pm Matt from Springfield:

Aww, most of those digital errors were working out quite well!
  6:20pm Double ?:

Keeping Up with the Glen Jones's Show
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Yes, do check out Aug 16's Dark Night of the Soul everybody--Clay's amazing in the late late night!
  6:23pm hamburger:

Mom and Pop Jones once owned a lil shop named CoJones's
  6:25pm david:

reverse upside down bat music!
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeah! "American Treasure" for sure!
Or, "Voice of Americana"!
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@david: If Julie plays upside down bat music, would Clay's stuff be "sleeping bat" music? :)
  6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Beady Eye? Oasis? Have you been rolling joints on your Mojo magazine again? :D
  6:28pm digishow 8.16:

there is nothing wrong me he just wants to talk to julie!
  6:28pm 3D:

As an native Iowain, curious what Clay things of the activity there?
  6:32pm hopey:

He's been all over and heard everything and is a minor genius. I cannot imagine him having any problems.
  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

I only know that Helen Reddy one because Nat Roe played a snippet of that (actually bits of pretty much all her 70s hits) on his "Adult Contemporary Reverse Chartsweep" premium.
  6:34pm 3D:

He may be delighted about it all- making his day, as it were...
  6:36pm hamburger:

anyone remember a couple weeks back when clay sang an improvised song about a goth? doing something in a parking lot?
  6:37pm Randy in NC:

There was a Peter Lemongello too
  6:37pm Joshua:

Bring that Digi-Dustry back next week! It was ruling!
  6:37pm david:

lol boca seca
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

New high/low for the show!

Fabio can call in to the show when he's not there, like Jay calling Bronwyn.
  6:41pm 3D:

Ah, found it!

On August 18, 2011 at 6pm the Cloctower Gallery
INDEX Festival: Blues to Drone Service
By Paul Metzger, David First with John Colpitts, and Lary Seven
On view on August 18, 2011
This event is free and open to the public
  6:41pm Mikecabe:

Clay, find your happy place...
  6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

Julie's right, you gotta stop mentioning the drool-towel EVERY time Tori comes up!
  6:42pm hamburger:

tori amos drool towel?
  6:42pm Lizardner Dave:

Please don't pull the archive, I have to leave the office now and want to hear the last 15 minutes tomorrow.
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Thank you Dave--Clay, LISTEN to Dave, people are depending on these Archives because they enjoy listening to you! Don't yank Archives off over nothing!
  6:45pm hopey:

I second that: please PLEASE don't pull this archive. If for no other reason than the Fabio jig.
  6:46pm moose:

i'll never understand these good working class people supporting the republican party with all its corporate interests...
  6:47pm ?:

The Catskills, mainly Straighforward, deerhuntimg.. baseball, ford and chevys, ..( in the 1960-1070"s anyway)
  6:49pm seang:

@moose---totally, a lot of brainwashing going on--democrats too
  6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Jesus, they still give dyed chicks at Easter?! My parents told me about that in their days, back when people had dinosaurs as pets. But now? That's inhumane.
  6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Dying animals, temporary or permanent, isn't as inhumane as the fact that you KNOW little chicks are an Easter novelty and they won't care for them after that...
  6:51pm phillip:

It sounded like Fabio was doing "The Charleston".
  6:52pm Rod Hart:

Hi Clay!
  6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Reddi Whip is made of CREAM! It's sugared up I'm sure, whipping cream yourself doesn't taste that sweet.

But Cool Whip, that's made of water! Leave some in a bowl outside of the fridge--it will melt to water soon enough.
  6:54pm seang:

I need to get lit up now too
  6:54pm Parq:

"If Not For You" is a George Harrison song that Dylan covered.
  6:55pm Matt from Springfield:

I'm impressed both of you know about Peter Allen! I like him too--he died young.

(Incidentally, all those ONJ songs you mentioned were also on Nat Roe's AC in Reverse)
  6:57pm Matt from Springfield:

I Can't Believe It's Not Octopus Balls!™
  6:57pm Ike:

  6:58pm hamburger:

  6:58pm Night Al:

Takoyaki literally fried or grilled octopus) is a popular ball-shaped Japanese dumpling or more like a savory pancake made of batter and cooked in a special takoyaki pan (see below). It is typically filled with diced or whole baby octopus, tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion.
  7:00pm Night Al:

....never forget!
  7:00pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

Hi. Goodbye.
  7:00pm Jim:

Ike: Perhaps Clay and Bronwyn both belong to someone named "Western Iowan," in which case the use of the apostrophe is correct.
  7:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Yes! Wonderful show Clay and Julie!
Have a good night everyone!
  10:57pm Joe:

I want to listen to tonight's show. Waaaaah!
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