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Options September 15, 2011: Dusty A-Z II

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
A Short Visit With Fabio
Liquid Plummer
Drano-O Reference - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0hhbaGNjMM
Fabio's Argentinian Roots
Godfather Allusion
Fabio Speaks Italian!
The Molecue - (Malocchio) - http://www.girosole.com/italy-travel-info/art-malocchio-evil-eye.html
The Weather
A Moment To Last Forever
The Home
Family In Town
Angel  Can You Feel It   Options On Earth As It Is In Heaven  Casablanca  1977  LP   
Audio Sample Concerning Angels by Dr. Nathan Holsteen, Courtesy of The Dallas Seminary
Charlie's Angels Audio Sample, Featuring John Forsythe, Courtesy of ABC Television
Budgie  In For The Kill   Options In For The Kill  MCA  1974     
  As I'm listening to this show a few days after it was first broadcast, I'm hearing weird volume-level issues, distortion, etc. Stuff I couldn't hear on my small speakers at home. It causes me some dismay.
Audio Clip from the Motion Picture, Legend, Featuring Tim Curry, Courtesy of Universal/20th Century Fox (1985)
Cactus  Evil   Options Restrictions  Atco  1971  LP   
Dokken  Burnin' Like A Flame   Options Back For The Attack  Elektra/Asylum  1987  LP   
Two Don Dokken Interview Segments from 1990 Grammy Awards Courtesy of E Television
  15:39 What The Heck? Immense Volume Drop. Threatens to Ruin Entire Show.
Easybeats  Happy Is The Man   Options Friday On My Mind  United Artists  1966  LP   
Michael Instance
Audio Clip from the Motion Picture, Young Frankenstein, Featuring the Voice of Gene Wilder - Courtesy of 20th Century Fox (1974)
Michelle Bachmann Audio Clip Courtesy of Politics Now
Audio Sample of the Jolly Green Giant's, "Ho-Ho-Ho," from a 1970 Television Commercial Promoting Their 'Niblets' Product
Frumpy  Take Care Of Illusion   Options 2  Philips  1972  LP  Featuring Inga Rumpf 
Inga Rumpf
A Democratic System (Young Woman in Madison Square Park) - NYC
President George W. Bush Unloads on Matt Lauer - Audio Clip Courtesy of NBC's Today Show
Gypsy  Gypsy Queen Pt. 1   Options   Metromedia  1970     
Lost In Space, 'Danger, Will Robinson,' Audio Clip Courtesy of 20th Century Fox/CBS Television
Custer County/Miles City, Montana Tornado Siren - Courtesy of BigSkySkyWarn
Fleetwood Flashes
Cheech & Chong  Excerpt - Un-American Bandstand   Options Big Bambu  A&M  1972  LP   
HP Lovecraft  At The Mountains Of Madness   Options          
Audio Clip From The British Quiz Show, Mastermind
Iron Butterfly  Most Anything You Want   Options          
Baldwin Fanfare Deluxe Organ Demo
A Request for Listener Emails - Please, Do Your Part --- dusty@wfmu.org
Tom Jones  Thunderball   Options A-tom-ic Jones!  Decca/Parrot  1966  LP  That last high-note is incredible ... agreed? dusty@wfmu.org 
Fast-Talking John Moschitta is Featured in the FedEx commercial Audio Clip
"Money-RIches ... Gold!" From the LP, Popeye The Sailor Man - Peter Pan Records - Courtesy of King Features Syndicate
Weird Man Laughing in the Background from the LP, "Goofy Gold - Terror - Sounds of Horror - HRB Music, Inc. (1979)
Kannibal Komix  White House   Options Kannibal Komix  Colossus  1970  LP  Good reading here concerning Kannibal Komix


'German Panzers' Audio Clip is an Excerpt from the LP, G.I. Joe at the Battle of the Bulge - United Artists Records (True Action-Adventure Series)
Lighthouse  Insane   Options Thoughts Of Movin' On  Evolution  1971  LP  Lighthouse included member Howard Shore, who has gone on to compose for over 80 movies, including Lord of The RIngs which earned him a triad of glimmering Academy Awards. 
'I'm Freezing' Audio Sample from the LP -- 'Joe Camp's Benji and His Friends - (Limited Collector's Edition Picture Disc) - Kid Stuff Records (Year Unknown)
Mountain  Long Red   Options Mountain Live  Chrysalis  1972  LP  Bought this one when it came out. I was in 8th Grade. Read here to find out about Leslie West's recent medical battles: http://mog.com/blog_post/content/723/2355668 Dusty Show wishes him a speedy recovery. 
Excerpts from 1970's era Folger's Coffee Television Commercial
William Shatner Speaks on Why Mountain Climbers Love Mountain Climbing - Courtesy of Agonybooth.com
Natural Gas  Ramses   Options Natural Gas  Firebird  1970  LP   
An Organ - Don Rickles
Kidney Function Facts - Courtesy of the Natural Healing Center
Reasonably Hopeful - Man In Union Square Park - Manhattan
"Don't You Monitor Earth Television" Clip from the LP "Wonder Woman" on Power Records (1975)
Phil Ochs  Canons of Christianity   Options Phil Ochs In Concert  Elektra  1965  LP  Good reading here:


Pezband  Close Your Eyes   Options Pezband  Passport  1977  LP   
Texas Governor, Rick Perry, Speaks to Southern Leadership Conference Attendees in the Summer of 2011, Courtesy of FOX News Insider
Queen Anne's Lace  Ticket to Ride   Options Queen Anne's Lace  Coral  1969  LP  Featuring the late, Peter Cofield, always remembered on The Dusty Show. 
  I noticed a problem hum in the background at this point in the show. 60-cycle? Poor turntable ground, probably. It persists and annoys.
Runt  We Got To Get You A Woman   Options Runt  Ampex  1970  LP   
Englebert Quando Instance
"Thank You Satan" Audio Clip is President Obama saying "Yes We Can," backwards. Courtesy of Rachel Maddow Show - MSNBC
Shoes  Tomorrow Night   Options Present Tense  Elektra  1979  LP   
Musical Accents Utilizing the Word, "Shoes," are Performed by Kelly


Audio Clip from Match Game '75 Featuring Gene Rayburn (Mark Goodson/Bill Todman Productions)
Tyrannosaurus Rex  Mustang Ford   Options My People Were Fair And Had Sky In Their Hair... But Now They're Content To Wear Stars On Their Brows  A&M  1968  LP box set  From a compilation set entitled 'A Beginning.' 
Marc Bolan Interview - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoQbDP3W8OE
Ursa Major  Sinner   Options Ursa Major  RCA  1972  LP  Featuring Dick Wagner of The Frost, who later played with Alice Cooper and Lou Reed. 
Vibrating Egg  Whiter Shade of Pale   Options Come On In Here If You Want To  Dog Gone  1989  LP   
Wishbone Ash  Jailbait   Options Pilgrimage  MCA  1971  LP  10 Points 
(Excerpt) 1983 Wishbone Southern Recipe with Bacon Salad Dressing Television Commercial
Xymox  Jasmine And Roses   Options Creatures  Metropolis  1999  MP3   
An Audio Clip from the Television Miniseries, Salem's Lot, Featuring James Mason - Courtesy of CBS Television
Neil Young  Computer Age   Options Trans  Geffen  1982  LP  Listen to John Flesh on Pratt Radio Brooklyn, Weds. Nights. 
Zebra  Wait Until The Summer's Gone   Options No Tellin' Lies  Atlantic  1984  LP  I dig Randy Jackson - And actually - ZEBRA is from Louisiana and not Long Island, as I have previously stated. 
Jets Win!
Zorse Audio Clip Courtesy of ProxyEye.com
An Interview with Robert - 5th Avenue and 19th Street in Manhattan.
  The music in the background of this interview is an amalgamation of several vinyl and digital samples that I put together in Garageband.
President Obama Speaks in Detroit on Labor Day, 2011, Courtesy of CNN
Robert Continues
Revolution Collage
Sadistic Ritual
Employment Tips Courtesy of LA18
Plan B
Massive Acts Of Civil Disobedience
Empty and Vapid Digital Worlds
Interview with a Young Newlywed Couple From Germany in Union Square Park - Manhattan.
Myron Floren  Cuckoo Waltz   Options Most Requested  Brunswick    LP  Music behind the interview of the German newlyweds. Mr. Floren Passed away in 2005 at the age of 85. Always remembered on The Dusty Show. 
Tim Story  Glass Green   Options Glass Green  Windham Hill  1985  LP  Sad music as German man discusses 9/11. 
Interview with an Italian Woman in the Farmer's Market area of Union Square Park - Manhattan
Riz Ortalani  I Wanna Kiss You   Options Original Soundtrack from The Valachi Papers  Project 3  1974  LP  Music Behind Italian Woman Interview 
Chow Chow Chow Audio Sample from 1970's Purina Cat Chow Commercial Courtesy of AdvertNation
Interview with Irish Man In The Farmer's Market area of Union Square Park - Manhattan
Background Irish Music - Mother's Delight - Courtesy of Catalpa Music
A Lion Amongst Men
Pizza Pizza! from Little Caesar's Pizza Television Commercial
An Interview with Reginald Peterson from Brooklyn
An Audio Clip from the Tampa, Florida 2011 Republican/Tea Party Presidential Candidate's Debate, Courtesy of CNN
  Man Cries Out ... Obama!!!! In Union Square Park Shortly after the 2008 Election
  That's it for another episode of The Dusty Show, my friends, and this one was difficult to finish. I had expected to air it a week earlier, but ran into some technical difficulties. In the week that followed, I layered umpteen additional samples into the mix and generally spent way too much time on it. After all was said and done, I'm still hearing technical gaffes, and perhaps the over-attention dulled the sheen of the show a bit. That's up to you to decide. Feeling like I may need to cleanse the pallet with a taped episode for old time's sake.

At any rate, thanks for listening. It's always appreciated. I admit to feeling slightly sidetracked by Hurricane Irene, the live shows, digital experiments. There is a rhythm to producing shows week-to-week. Things can subtly change sometimes and that rhythm can be disrupted. I'm trying to do good work for you, but it's always a challenge, undoubtedly. That said, I do feel you are the best of audiences and that you support Dusty through various approaches and Incarnations. A note, if you're interested, I will be filling in for my good friend Irene Trudel on Monday, October 3rd from noon-three pm. 3 hours of music and talk. Looking forward to it.

I look forward to hearing from you, the listener. Won't you drop me a line? I'd love to hear from you.


Until next time everyone, take care and ...

Always Remember ...

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Listener comments!

  6:06pm Julie OBX:

Was waiting for you to get that comment board up, dude :)
  6:07pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hi Clay, Julie!
  6:07pm Alpha Bettor:

Would E be Emerson Lake etc.
  6:07pm david:

  6:08pm Alpha Bettor:

or do they need to be one-word names like so far?
  6:08pm Clay:

I'm here. Typing Furiously.
  6:08pm Julie OBX:

  6:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Heh heh, Rock Out with your Dokk Out!
  6:08pm Julie OBX:

That would be fun, limited to one name bands
  6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

I'm going out on a limb and guess, SPOILER!, that Z is going to be Zebra.
  6:09pm A. Zivojinovic:

If R isn't Rush, I'll eat my hat.
  6:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Re: Bachmann: even though she always LOOKS like she's reading off of a 'prompter...
  6:10pm Alpha Bettor:

S Starcastle? or did he already do a lot of his main bands in the A-Z I show?
  6:11pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

G = Gandalf?
  6:12pm Brass Knuckles:

Waiting for Styx.
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

@AB: Wow!! Clay did this all the way back in '05, in the 10TH Dusty Show EVER! Nice to do a part II for us newcomers.
  6:13pm Greg from VA:

Thanks Dusty for playing Cactus, a very primal blues rock band that did not get the notice as many others did at the time. Nice to hear the airways light up with their sounds again, floating gently out into the cosmos for other worlds to now hear.
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

And in the first A-Z, he played Mike Quatro, Suzi Quatro's brother, for Q. Clay has said before that he owns that album on vinyl.
  6:14pm Alpha Bettor:

For the prior A-Z show and his choices there, see this playlist from Dec. 2005, only his tenth show here ever???

  6:14pm Clay:

I am enjoying your comments. Glad you liked the Cactus Greg.
  6:15pm david:

yeah need to go back in the archives and listen to that.
  6:15pm Cliff:

What happened to E?
  6:15pm Julie OBX:

How much you want to bet he plays NO women?
  6:16pm Rich:

H.P.L, Who love's Horror.
  6:16pm Listener David:

Julie..don't know if you saw the last post on Fabio's board..this is where I was supposed to stay, but didn't get to.. )o:
  6:16pm Alpha Bettor:

Is he a closet musical misogynist, Julie? Or just firmly rooted musically in his years as a teen boy?? ;-)
  6:17pm Julie OBX:

wow that is wayyy beyond me
  6:18pm Clay:

Frumpy's singer was a woman. !!!
  6:18pm phillip:

Great Iron Butterfly song.
  6:18pm poughkeepsie architect:

you're cookin'!
  6:18pm Alpha Bettor:

Nice save, Clay!!! ;-)
  6:18pm Clay:

Tom Jones said he passed out after he sang the last note of Thunderball.
  6:19pm Night Al:

K = King Crimson
  6:19pm Listener David:

Hopefully next year.
  6:19pm Matt from Springfield:

K for Klaatu?
  6:19pm glenn:

what happened to e? or did i miss something?
  6:19pm Julie OBX:

what DID happen to E?
  6:19pm alberto:

i dunno about his balls, but i heard tom jones has a thunderdong.
  6:19pm Julie OBX:

this tom jones goes nicely with the ocean :)
  6:19pm Clay:

Thanks Phillip! You too Pough!
  6:19pm Listener David:

E got F'd up.
  6:20pm Night Al:

E got F'd
  6:20pm Alpha Bettor:

E is the most common letter in the alphabet. Maybe he thought it didn't need extra publicity
  6:20pm Tom Jones:

  6:20pm phillip:

That creepy man lurking around again.
  6:20pm david:

Maybe there are more immortal female musicians/bands.
  6:20pm Marmalade Kitty:

Tom Jones !!
  6:20pm Clay:

E was Easybeats!
  6:21pm Julie OBX:

who composed the trademark Bond riff?
  6:21pm Alpha Bettor:

Loving Tom bellowing "Ball !!!!!!!!!!" No comment!
  6:21pm Ralphine:

Someone cooked his e's.
  6:21pm Julie OBX:

ohhh right...you just didn't list them. I think I played them this week...
  6:21pm Listener John:

"E" was The Easybeats, which featured the older brother of Angus and another MacLise in the more celebrated orchestra AC/DC. That's what our gracious dj/host said.
  6:21pm Night Al:

L = Lynyrd Skynyrd
  6:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Kannibal Komics? Threw a curveball on all of us!

Easybeats, that's right. This show is fairly fast-paced, I quickly forget things if they're not posted to the playlist!
  6:21pm phillip:

You have too much fun with that perverted laughing man.
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

@L.John: Yes, we were even talking about the Easybeats and the AC/DC family connection on Julie's show this week.
  6:23pm Greg from VA:

Genya Ravan of Ten Wheel Drive, a 70's powerhouse voice in Blues Rock that got very little attention, could be an R or T, though I have a feeling you already have your list made up by now.
  6:23pm Ralphine:

If Wikipedia is to be believed, Monty Norman wrote the James Bond theme.
  6:23pm Julie OBX:

@Matt his shows are put together for the short attention span MTV generation
  6:23pm Night Al:

Mad props to the first person to predict a Dusty song
  6:23pm Listener John:

Julie OBX, I originally thought that the singer for Budgie was a woman. Then I realized that I was wrong.
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie 6:19: Are there silhouettes of nude women swimming by in the amber-colored ocean? :)
  6:24pm Clay:

I read that this Mountain drum beat is one of the all-time most sampled in Hip Hop.
  6:24pm Gerry from Brantford:

Paul Shaffer from Letterman was in Lighthouse
  6:24pm maxim goose:

  6:24pm Julie OBX:

@Matt wouldn't that be SOMETHING
  6:25pm Night Al:

Nazareth = Love Hurts
  6:25pm Rich:

Clay B C sounds good to me.
  6:26pm Greg from VA:

Julie, when is your show on FMU and what's the name of the show?
  6:26pm Julie OBX:

hehe "ramses"
  6:26pm Night Al:

I'm predicting the previous entries...interesting!
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Natural Gas, featuring one member from the band Pacific Gas & Electric? ;)
  6:26pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

P = Pyramid
Q = Queen (of course)
R = Rush (of course)
  6:27pm maxim goose:

  6:27pm Alpha Bettor:

Clay showin' his depth this episode, goin' for some obscurities way beyond his 70s AOR FM-station go-to list :-)
  6:27pm Julie OBX:

OMD That would be a surprise
  6:27pm Night Al:

P = Procol Harum
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@L.Dave: Queen is the most frequent Q, but knowing Clay, it could also be Quicksilver Messenger Service.
  6:27pm ?:

P = Pewter Dragons
  6:28pm Listener David:

I agree with R
  6:28pm Julie OBX:

he's making me want to do an A to Z
  6:28pm maxim goose:

the peddlers
  6:28pm Clay:

I will try to go back and give details about this show on the playlist. In case yer interested.
  6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: Thanks for Phil Ochs, always great to hear him. Don't let people forget what a great folk singer/writer he was.
  6:28pm Alpha Bettor:

or count down Z to A !
  6:28pm Clay:

Problem hum
  6:29pm John McCabe in LA:

Oh I love this song thanks for playing it clay
  6:29pm Julie OBX:

this is a very John Denver sounding Ochs
  6:29pm Clay:

His gold lame suit period was intriguing, Matt.
  6:30pm Night Al:

Quiet Riot
  6:30pm maxim goose:

  6:30pm Ralphine:

Qat Stevens.
  6:30pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

I forgot we were doing thrift store records. :p
  6:30pm Clay:

Hey Johhny!
  6:30pm Listener John:

I'm so embarassed: A Mr. Young was in the Easybeats, and Mssrs. Young were in AC/DC. My defense: You can't always expect a good or accurate memory from somebody who likes AC/DC.
  6:30pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Phil usually sounds like that. Without that slight croon in his voice I think he sounds like John D.
@Clay: Gold lame suits, huh?
  6:31pm Julie OBX:

@Matt wasn't just the voice..even the melody made me think Denver.
  6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Aww! Queen Anne's Lace!! That's another one of Clay's Classics I didn't even think of...but Clay did!
  6:31pm Night Al:

  6:32pm maxim goose:

rose royce
  6:32pm Clay:

George Young was Angus and Malcom's brother, John.
  6:32pm Night Al:

Paul Revere and The Raiders
  6:32pm Julie OBX:

  6:32pm mark:

Queen Anne's Lace- Brilliant!
  6:32pm phillip:

Rick Perry, you crazy koot you!
  6:32pm david:

  6:33pm glenn:

hey julie, what does obx stand for? did you get a promotion from just plain old julie?
  6:33pm Julie OBX:

wasn't Rick Perry the singer for Journey? (who kidnapped that Salahi chick?)
  6:33pm Rich:

Todd Is God.
  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

This is a GREAT Rundgren one! Runt is a good way to get around any one-word rule as well!
  6:33pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

OK I will just give up and listen.
  6:33pm Julie OBX:

@glenn it's Outer Banks, it is my location. But yeah kinda looks like OBE huh?
  6:33pm glenn:

not that i'm suggesting you're plain or old.
  6:33pm Alpha Bettor:

At this rate, he could be to Z long before the end of the hour...
  6:34pm maxim goose:

  6:34pm Night Al:

  6:34pm chris g.:

you youngsters are really fast with this IM thing!! Dusty i love this song... Leroy Boy... makes me think of Tulsa, Okla... H.S....
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@AB: With small clips, Clay once played 80, EIGHT-ZERO songs from the 80s, in LESS than 60 minutes!
  6:35pm Listener John:

Julie, I would nominate you for an OBE, If I were eligible to do so . . .
  6:35pm A. Zivojinovic:

My hat tastes awful.
  6:35pm Clay:

Glad you liked it, Chris. Just missed Todd in Bearsville.
  6:36pm Alpha Bettor:

I felt (hat) ya, AZ
  6:36pm Night Al:

The Tubes
  6:36pm maxim goose:

  6:36pm Julie OBX:

Henry Winkler just received an OBE for his work with Dyslexia in the UK. There's my trivia for today.
  6:36pm Listener David:

Perhaps Tull for T?
  6:37pm Julie OBX:

Marc Bolan coming up oooooooh
  6:37pm Listener John:

For U, will it be Uriah Heep?
  6:37pm maxim goose:

uriah heap
  6:37pm Night Al:

U = Uriah Heep
  6:37pm Clay:

Your guesses are making me laugh. I hope I'm not disappointing you guys.
  6:37pm Julie OBX:

I always wondered what happened to the other guy in Ty Rex
  6:37pm Ralphine:

  6:38pm Night Al:

maxim Goose again?
  6:38pm david:

Love this Bolan song
  6:38pm glenn:

  6:38pm Greg from VA:

Listening to these songs makes me want to say "It's a Gas" ... "Far Out Man" ... " Dig It" ... and "Groovy!"
  6:39pm Night Al:

V = Vic Damone
  6:39pm Clay:

Dick Wagner ... from Oelwein, Iowa. Ursa Major. Played with Alice Cooper and Lou Reed, too.
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: We're making ourselves laugh too, havin' a great time guessin'!

W = White Lion?
  6:39pm maxim goose:

vera lynn
  6:39pm david:

I think Bolan muscled him out, Took wanted equal creative control...
  6:40pm Julie OBX:

V: Vixen
  6:40pm Alpha Bettor:

Julie: You mean the percussionist Bolan worked with at first? He died in the early 80s after doing some work with other bands for a few years.
  6:40pm david:

Z = Zebra
  6:40pm Julie OBX:

@David Oh I'm sure, but I wonder if he ever did anything else.
  6:41pm Julie OBX:

@Alpha ah thank you! Peregrine I think?
  6:41pm david:

X for XTC
  6:41pm Night Al:

Procol Harum, I KNEW IT !!
  6:41pm Listener John:

According to allmusic.com, Steven Peregrine Took -- the other guy in Tyrannosaurus Rex -- "went on to play with the Pink Fairies for a time before leading a somewhat more subterranean lifestyle in London." He died in London in 1980 by choking on a cocktail cherry.
  6:41pm Clay:

Steve Perigrine-Took
  6:42pm Julie OBX:

W Whitesnake
  6:42pm Ralphine:

Xavier Cugat.
  6:42pm Alpha Bettor:

as an outline, here are the sections of his wikipedia article:

1 Early life and Tyrannosaurus Rex (1967-1969)
2 The Pink Fairies (1969-1970)
3 Shagrat (1970-1971)
4 Solo acoustic performer (1971-1972)
5 Management of Tony Secunda
6 Various projects (1973-1976)
7 Steve Took's Horns (1976-1978)
8 Involvement with Inner City Unit (1979-1980)
  6:42pm maxim goose:

  6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, good audio clip to go with "I was feeling kind of seasick..." :)
  6:42pm Julie OBX:

"play with the pink fairies" what a Tyrannosaurus Rex thing to do
  6:42pm Clay:

The Goose!
  6:42pm david:

ahh didn't realize he played with Pink Fairies
  6:43pm Night Al:

  6:43pm Julie OBX:

I must investigate said Pink Fairies
  6:43pm Matt from Springfield:

WISHBONE ASH! Those are MY "W" guys!!
Pleasant surprise Clay, though really not a surprise to me!
  6:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Ditto here Julie--never heard of the Pink Fairies.
  6:43pm Greg from VA:

Dick Wagner also was in the Frost, who put out a pretty wild live album that was recorded in Detroit's Grande Ballroom, home of the MC5 and the Stooges.
  6:44pm maxim goose:

yes- mr. Pigeon-stuck with x though--other than x ray spex xtc and the xx--its not any of them
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Y = Youngbloods?
  6:44pm Julie OBX:

are The Frost and Frost the same band?
  6:44pm glenn:

maybe they leave money under the pillows of pink elephants.
  6:44pm Ralphine:

Are you a fan of Black Oak Arkansas, Clay?
  6:44pm Night Al:

  6:45pm Julie OBX:

can Y be anything but Yes?
  6:45pm Clay:

I just needed a reason to learn about Xymox.
  6:45pm maxim goose:

ya ho wa 13
  6:45pm ?:

The Pidge is playing upside down bat music!
  6:46pm Julie OBX:

I was just thinking that, ?!
  6:46pm david:

Can it be anything other than Seen All Good People? Whoah, Xymox...
  6:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Ask your doctor about Xymox. Complications include dancing around where you are...
  6:46pm Clay:

The first LP Ralphine. When Electricity Came to Arkansas. I love Hot Rod. I think David Lee Roth got a lot from David Lee Roth.
  6:46pm Night Al:

  6:46pm glenn:

could and should be yo la tengo.
  6:46pm Clay:

That was some upside-down bat goth for Julie.
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

"Neil Young, why??" I thought you implied you were a fan of "Trans", Clay! I love it!
  6:47pm Clay:

Why as in ..... Y.
  6:47pm Frank Zappa:

  6:48pm Julie OBX:

Thank you kindly, Mr Pigeon
  6:48pm Greg from VA:

Julie, The Frost from the late 60's was Detroit rock blues band, while the band Frost was an English neo-progressive rock band formed in the early 00's.
  6:48pm Listener John:

Pink Fairies can be good. I think that they've had a lot of different drummers. I've heard 2 CDs of what they now call "acid punk" -- "Neverneverland" and "Kings of Oblivion." Both from the early 1970s, Kinda hard rock maybe?
  6:48pm maxim goose:

zing went the strings of my heart
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Zebra...knew it, the way Clay kept pulling out that LP lately!
@Clay: Ah, got it!
  6:48pm Clay:

Oooops I meant .... I think David Lee Roth got a lot from Jim Dandy Mangrum. Sorry.
  6:48pm Julie OBX:

@Greg ah thank you. I've heard the first not the second
  6:49pm Clay:

  6:49pm david:

Zebra it is!
  6:49pm Alpha Bettor:

check the Pink Fairies wikipedia article, which starts like this:

Pink Fairies were an English rock band active in the London (Ladbroke Grove) underground and psychedelic scene of the early 1970s. They promoted free music, drug taking and anarchy and often performed impromptu gigs and other agitprop stunts, such as playing for free outside the gates at the Bath and Isle of Wight pop festivals in 1970....
  6:49pm Ralphine:

You mean Jim Dandy? Don't know Hot Rod.
  6:50pm Night Al:

Kucinich in 2012!
  6:50pm Julie OBX:

@alpha I love them already!
  6:51pm Marmalade Kitty:

just noticed.. Easybeats is listed behind Dokken
  6:51pm Clay:

Tommy Aldridge played drums with Black Oak. He went on to play with Ozzy and Whitesnake.
  6:51pm Ralphine:

Got you.
  6:52pm Clay:

Kitty, I wondered if anyone would notice.
  6:52pm Night Al:

Ozark Mountain Daredevils
  6:52pm Brass Knuckles:

What a crank. Not getting hired with that attitude, buddy. Chin up! [light punch on the shoulder]
  6:52pm Julie OBX:

"My age is irrelevant"
  6:53pm Ralphine:

I have always connected Black Oak with Wishbone. No idea why.
  6:53pm Night Al:

My rage is your elephant?
  6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Not to make light of this man's situation, but I was thinking "Boo hoo, go and vote for the Green Party"...wasn't going to type it here, but Cynthia McKinney WAS the Green nominee, so there ya go!
  6:54pm Elephant:

play some Grand Trunk Railroad, dusty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6:55pm Elephant:

Do you think he sounds pissed in intereviews? duh!!!!!!
  6:56pm Julie OBX:

"My work experience is irrelevant"
  6:56pm Marmalade Kitty:

All parties should be green.. Green Party should not be necessary
  6:56pm Julie OBX:

Obviously the trick to Digidusty working properly is my absence :)
  6:58pm Greg from VA:

Great show Dusty, loved the A-Z thing, the comments from everybody was informative and fun too. Hope the Dynamic 3 appear soon on your show too, love the shakes I get when you, Julie and Fabio make the brain spin and the heart glow!
  6:58pm Ralphine:

This guy is too smart for his own good.
  6:58pm Clay:

I need to make way for Night People. More details to come on the playlist. Have a good weekend everyone! Always remember!
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Booo! You couldn't give Clay a "message of peace and love"!!

@MK: Little-g green is a must for every party, every engaged citizen as a matter of fact.
  6:58pm phillip:

Adbusters is a great magazine!
  6:59pm Julie OBX:

don't diss the cat toilet video
  6:59pm Julie OBX:

Guys who are local don't forget there's a meetup with Dum Dum & Kamikaze Diane tonight! check the front page
  6:59pm Ralphine:

That guy just cussed us all out in German.
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

"und zusammen wir leben"! There's a drill going on outside my office so I'll have to listen to the Archive to hear the Deutsch!
  6:59pm Elephant:

"Zuh Souse Ferrrry"
  7:00pm Greg from VA:

Italian women speaking make my feet swell.
  7:00pm Jeff In Puna:

Another great show Clay! Peace and love to you
  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful show Clay! Comments were all "informative and fun too"! Have a great night everyone!
  7:01pm Julie OBX:

  7:01pm Julie OBX:

thanks Clay! see you around the homebase
  7:02pm maxim goose:

nice one for ending on the gop travesty!
gung ho stormtroopers in the crowd for sure
  7:03pm Fredericks:

"I think David Lee Roth got a lot from David Lee Roth."
  7:03pm Listener John:

Thanks for another great show, Clay!
  7:06pm Greg from VA:

The listener board is burning on overtime, one can almost feel the presence of Clay as he slowly walks out the door and into the 3D world, though it may actually be 4 or 5D. Bye
  7:07pm Fredericks:

Oh, I read further already addressed. Quick work Clayton!
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