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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 September 22, 2011: WALL ST. PROTEST - DUSTY

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Major Domo
Derwood Kirby
Fake Whale Tail
Fabio Says The P Word
Fabio Tries To Young It Up
Julie's Trip
Robert Mitchum and Juliette Lewis - Cape Fear
Commander McBragg ... Quite.
Orca vs. Jandek
Fabio's Fugue
Sally Free and Easy
Lobo Is Big In Vietnam
Elton Trivia
Apollo 18 Mention
  It occurs to me that perhaps I interrupted a little in this exchange. The listeners seemed to notice. I think caffeine really does affect me.
Seattle-Type SIngers -- A Listener Reports It Is Called "Yarling"
Stapp - Staley - Vetter - Cornell
High Four
Apologies For Not Letting Fabio Describe Machete
An American Original
An Interview With Zuni
The Four Seasons  Wall Street Village Day   Options The Genuine Imitation Life Gazette  Phillips  1969  LP     
Randy Newman  It's Money That I Love   Options Born Again  Warner/Reprise  1979  LP     
Rich The Anarchist
Kraftwerk  Computer World   Options Computer World  Capitol  1981  LP     
  All my background music is way too loud ... things are in the wrong channel .... bad edits .... Digifail IV.
Frontline Protestor
War  Slippin' Into Darkness   Options All Day Music  MGM  1971       
Obama Speaks Regarding His Jobs Bill - Courtesy of FOX News
Chinese Man At The Protest
Spike Appel and Friend
Nazareth  Go Down Fighting   Options Loud 'N Proud  A  1973  LP     
Former WBAI Employee
Ayn Rand - Narrated by C.M. Hernet - Courtesy of Liberty Pen
Ron and his Wife from Dallas
  OMG Background din amazingly loud. I need to go back and fix this whole show ... but who has the time?
Modern Sound Record's Studio Musicians  Revolution   Options 12 Top Hits  Modern Sound    LP     
Timmy Thomas  Why Can't We Live Together   Options Why Can't We Live Together  Glades  1972  LP  Love this.   
Protest Organizer Instructs Group
Woman Observer
Abbie Hoffman  Excerpt   Options Prelude to the '70's  WBBM  1969  LP  Narrated by John Hultman   
Phil Ochs  Ringing of Revolution   Options In Concert  Elektra  1965  LP     
Protestors Exhort to Passers-By
Legal Observer
Italian Businessman
Dan The Lawyer
Flying Lizards  Money   Options   Virgin  1979  12"     
MC5  Kick Out the Jams   Options Kick Out the Jams  Elektra   1969       
Chris - Union Leader
Ladies Garment Worker Commercial - 1981
The Legal
Freedom Tower Worker
  I am so perplexed at the volume levels of this show. Ears going bad.
Protesters Shopping Parody
Mott the Hoople  Crash Street Kidds   Options The Hoople  Columbia  1974  LP     
Robert Gottleib
Motley Crue  Knock 'Em Dead Kid   Options Shout at the Devil  Elektra  1983  LP  Great LP   
Al The Firefighter
Tim Story  Oil On Wood   Options Glass Green  Windham Hill  1985  LP     
Back in the Studio With Julie of Dark Night of the Soul (Tues. 3am -6am)
A Nod to Night People
It's All About Spazz
I Like Protesting
More Apologies For Absolutely Horrible Mix
Begging For Calls
Wings and Rachels
That background music (I think) is by SOMA. ?
Caller 1 - John from Highland Park, NJ
Stereo Psychosis
Sing Along Time
Wizard Of Oz Thing
Ghost and Mr. Chicken Organ
Exorcist Mention
John Clams Up
Clay and Julie Fight Update
Caller 2 - Chris From Brooklyn
Stupid "What Are You Wearing" Question
It's Actually ODB
Chris Was Drunk Last Time
Sully ... Not Skully. I gre up by a Skelly station.
Hanging out with Christopher Walken
Stupid Cowbell Reference
Dan Hartman Allusion
Gummer Pile
Free Ride
Sanford and Son Instance
Jandek  Georgia East   Options Nine-Thirty  Corwood Industries  1985  LP     
Jandek Owes Us No Explanations
Dana Calls from the Wildlife Refuge in Vernon, NJ
Vernon Vikings
Smoking Pot and Making Out
Dana's Gay Friend Jimmy
Long Plan Term
Commander McBragg Tattoo
Verna Doesn't Remember
Kimbo Slice ... Always Remembered
Engaged The "Swear" Button
Julie's Wants My Slot
Digifail IV ... there I said it.
Caller 21 - Peggy - The Union Leaders Wife
Duck Boats
Peg's Message
Chris Again ... Drunk
Fairies Wear Boots Mention - WHY MUST I SING??? (so annoying)
Dave Matthew's Effluent
Dial Tone Mix
somajandek moment
Caller 22 - Listener Scott
I Love You World!
  I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Dusty Show. It had its technical problems, to be sure. Drop me a line if you find the time. dusty@wfmu.org

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Listener comments!

  6:12pm CLAY:

  6:12pm hubba:

Take your mask off...
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Clay!
  6:13pm hubba:

Hey Clay... glad you're covering this situation
  6:13pm Matt from Springfield:

The "psychedelic" Four Seasons!

There seem to be a lot of anti-elites protests or rallies in NYC, at least you seem to cover a lot of them.
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Besides the wars we've had protests in DC usually at annual increments, the IMF/World bank used to have big protests, but they've kind of been rendered irrelevant by the Financial Collapse/Recession.
  6:15pm Jim:

This Lehman guy sounds like Stan.
  6:15pm CLAY:

i like that 4 seasons record matt
  6:18pm phillip:

You should of had the creepy laughing guy in the background on the last giggly guy Clay.
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: I may check that out.

"Rich"? the Anarchist reminds me of the Yippies, even kind of sounds like Abbie.
  6:19pm Ant:

The most prevalent tone of a Dusty Show interviewee is incoherent shrillness. Somehow I keep coming back for more.
  6:19pm CLAY:

Rich is a lovable anarchist.
  6:20pm dale:

hey clay, wanted to say i LOVED last weeks digi-dusty a to z show. i was in the car so couldn't comment.
  6:20pm CLAY:

ty dale. appreciate that.
  6:21pm Jim:

I'm against genocide and slavery, too. Small world.
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ant: Love the incoherent shrillness! But this shrillness is quite coherent, at least you can tell which ideas Rich is trying to communicate. Wonder what kind of life experience led him to hold the views with such conviction.
  6:23pm Getting Interviews:

Going to gatherings of extroverted "unique" people gets you more interview tape faster than looking for talkative subjects randomly one at a time, "retail", on an average stretch of sidewalk. But incoherent shrillness can come along with gatherings of the unique! :-)

@Wondering Matt: A certain %age of crazy girls go for that!
  6:24pm Jim:

You really like War, huh?
  6:24pm david:

As long as I listen to the Prez in a bed of Clay, I don't get so mad...
  6:25pm Ant:

@Matt Right. Maybe revise to "forceful shrillness"? also, that keyboard backing track earlier reminded me of a Robert Ashley piece. Clay, are you familiar with his work?
  6:26pm CLAY:

i was just saying that to lulie, jim
  6:26pm clay:

  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@Getting IVs: Heh :)

GooooOOOO WFMU Fans!
  6:31pm david:

lol sounded like a 180 on I-know-Ayn-Rand BAI guy...
  6:32pm dale:

i recognize that focus segment
  6:32pm clay:

i never even mixed this show down ... just raw tracks ... hoping it doesn't freak out. longest comment drought in dusty history.
  6:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeeeowch! Texans going on the record saying Rick Perry is not a strong man!

Nice people there. Texans like them give a GOOD name to their state! :D
  6:34pm Matt from Springfield:

And Jules, of course! But she's lived in NY for years! ;)
  6:34pm clay:

this guy wouldn't stop eating
  6:35pm Night Al:

I like the raw mix effect from this show. Have the PC speakers panned a little left. Sounds cool!
  6:35pm Listener John:

Was that the Beatles song "Revolution" sped up a few rpms?
  6:36pm clay:

john, that was from a label called modern sound in nashville probably a 99-cent beatles imitation lp
  6:37pm Getting Interviews:

I can hear him eating, yum... It's realistic, though. I wonder if he eats through client phone calls too, because THEY CAN HEARM HIM DOING IT.
  6:37pm Listener John:

Thanks for the info, Clay!
  6:37pm Night Al:

The music is coming through louder in the left speaker. So I panned left and juiced the volume. The interview is up in the right speaker. Nice!
  6:39pm clay:

i love this timmy thomas song just a man, his organ, and a drum machine
  6:40pm dale:

didn't realize sade's was the cover.
  6:43pm slab:

sometimes I can't help but feel that a lot of people engrossed in causes to the point it takes over their whole life and blood it seems like they are in a cult.
  6:45pm Night Al:

Thu Sep 22 6:11AM WSW to NE sighting opportunity for the ISS Can't miss it. Takes 6 minutes to pass. ... http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/cities/view.cgi?country=United_States&region=New_York&city=New_York
  6:45pm jk:

is this hard panned left music right recording?
  6:48pm david:

Defend-ants. We should get that going again.
  6:49pm Fredericks:

  6:49pm dale:

night al, so we already missed it?
  6:51pm clay:

jk - it might be. you're the second person who's mentioned it. i was dubbing vinyl through my dual-cassette deck to my laptop, sometimes it sounds like instruments are missing. I'm figuring it all out slowly. Tried to go analog this week and it was like driving a model t

ke instruments are missing.
  6:51pm clay:

  6:51pm dale:

i believe we can't express our opinions if the people who don't want to hear it have more money and control the police. sadly i'm starting to believe that you are guilty unless you can afford to prove you are innocent.
  6:52pm clay:

taking calls in a while 201 209 9368
  6:54pm Getting Interviews:

Clay has an extra hour tonight after the recording ends, that's right!
  6:54pm chris g.:

great show clay
  6:55pm clay:

ty chris appreciate it
  6:56pm david:

we need a translation from Fabio.
  6:56pm slab:

one thing that has baffled me for so long is that in this country there are so many fragmented activist groups most cult like but we can't get together as a majority labor force, because most all people in this country work. and we are dissed so much as workers even though the majority.
  6:57pm chris g.:

the music/background is quite captivating.. digi dusty rocks
  6:57pm clay:

it's larry fact synergy from the lp 'cords' passport circa 77
  6:58pm slab:

we are headed to just like the Mike Judge movie Idiocracy, perhaps. But even quicker than what the movie had for a timeline.
  6:58pm clay:

larry fast ....
  6:59pm clay:

the little f-ups and glitches and bad edits are killing me
  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

@slab: I just read an article where the writer said that Mike Judge was being "charitable" to place Idiocracy in 500 years--at least in our political system, it took less than 5 years to get to that point.
  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Flying Lizards!
  7:01pm jk:

panning this show is fun

i also learned my speakers have been in reverse for a pretty long time
  7:01pm Jullie:

<3 the flying lizards
  7:02pm Jim:

I remember listening to Tomita and Synergy when I was in high school.
  7:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Is this "Money" a 12", or a repeated loop?
  7:02pm clay:

i have sony speakers shaped like conga drums with seat pads on top
  7:03pm clay:

12" matt i looped it some
  7:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks! Love it---consider it for your sound fx "toolbox"---totally catchy, rhythmic, really brightens up an interview!
  7:04pm clay:

there was a real estate guy cool guy and i accidentally erased his footage if you're reading this sorry
  7:05pm Greg from Va:

Ahhh, the sweet revolutionary sounds of the MC5, gets my fire going anytime I hear them. Thanks for including them in your show on the Wall Street interviews, great fit!!!
  7:05pm chris g.:

clay i don't hear any f-ups... interesting to hear you hear them....
  7:06pm clay:

know what you mean, greg i remember my brother playing that for me when i was in jr. high and it made a big impression
  7:07pm clay:

fredericks hi
  7:08pm Jullie:

Clay is his own worst critic
  7:10pm Jim:

  7:10pm clay:

I just had headphones on. It does sound weird.
  7:10pm david:

"Do the right thing" may represent a plurality of messages of peace and love.
  7:12pm clay:

background music way too loud :>(
  7:13pm chris g.:

i suppose we all are julie... (our own worst critics) i mean..
  7:14pm Fredericks:

Hey, Clayton. I'm in. And "on" as long as you are,
  7:14pm chris g.:

really good interviews tonite clay... good questions... smart people..
  7:14pm clay:

thanks fredericks, my long term friend check out fredericks mind thing podcast
  7:15pm clay:

i wish i'd interviewed more protestors than people on the perimeter i guess i was subconsciously sticking with my age group
  7:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Agree with Chris G, great show Clay! And, tonight you don't have to worry about cutting these interviews to under-60.
  7:17pm depressed Persian cab driver:

@ david- I liked that union guy's words. But the real test of someone is whether they do right even when nobody is looking (Congressman!)
  7:17pm clay:

  7:18pm Jim:

Mott's apple juice?
  7:18pm david:

Nice ramp!
  7:19pm Jullie:

Which one is Mott?
  7:19pm chris g.:

matt from springfield i keep thinkin' of 'The Simpsons'... springfield i mean..doap!
  7:23pm Matt from Springfield:

  7:23pm slab:

yeah, Clay. It would have been more entertaining making fun of and listening to the yunkters thinking cult like about beliefs. But I am enjoying listening to some of the oldsters like labor leaders who make sense and are intelligent. And believe in 'Merica! and admit that it is F'd up but don't give up. Pleasant to hear.
  7:25pm glenn:

pretty much everybody in the world knows that everybody in the tea party is insane. on a related note - http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2011/09/should-canadian-rockers-sell-their-tea-party-name-to-the-political-movement.html
  7:26pm Greg from Va:

Wow, someone kinda famous, well it has always been my dream to be stopped by you Clay to do an interview when you come to DC to cover an event. When you stop me, I'll say, "Im Greg from VA" and you'll say, "Ive heard your name before, are you famous?" and I'll say .....
  7:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay on the Move!
He used to walk while interviewing/recording in some of the older shows.
  7:28pm Greg from Va:

... "not yet anyway, oh, not yet, oh no, well no, not ever and mostly never will. I'm just one of the 99%, but thanks for asking!"
  7:28pm Matt from Springfield:

The Lindsey Lohan paparazzi episode comes to mind..search for that one.
  7:29pm Matt from Springfield:

@Greg: Where in VA? What's your postal location?
  7:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Ahem, we are the "Children of the Night".
  7:32pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

more starcastle
  7:33pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

my right speaker is the only speaker that works... that show was terrible
  7:33pm Ferguson Jenkins:

I'm throwing a fastball at your head.
  7:34pm Matt from Springfield:

I'm going to rush home to catch the new "Community" tonight--but promise to check back in if I get in before 8!

Thanks a lot Clay!
  7:35pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

Night people?
  7:36pm jaycjay:

No Night People today, Dave:
  7:36pm glenn:

no jandek!! or starcastle.
  7:38pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

Oh I know, just kiddin'
  7:38pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

I like it when clay and Julie fight better. I can hear the hate in Julie's voice when Clay always wants to control the air.
  7:39pm Fredericks:

Now we're getting somewhere. Put it on loop!
  7:39pm dale:

when i was a kid i tape recorded the gohst and mr. chicken pipe organ - up to where luther discovers the guy behind the organ.
  7:40pm Skirkie:

Earle Dickson, inventor of the Baind-Aid, is from Highland Park.
  7:41pm Ferguson Jenkins:

Don Knotts was a fine actor.
  7:41pm Greg from Va:

Matt, 20170, how bout you?
  7:41pm Skirkie:

well, born in Tennessee.
  7:42pm jaycjay:

Old Dirty, not Dirty Old... can't believe all three of them got that wrong!
  7:42pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

23606 bad news, va
  7:43pm jaycjay:

And there again: the captain was Sully, not Skully. Short for Sullivan, his actual last name.
  7:43pm other david:

Evening folks, nice extra helping of Clay & Julie :)
  7:43pm Jim:

Ol' Dirty Bastard has gone to meet Sweet Baby Jesus.
  7:43pm david:

How much did Christopher Walken weigh?
  7:43pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

Maybe the fake Chris Walken will call in
  7:45pm slab:

this is great. this is what 'Merica loves. now that we spent an hour exploring serious issues we get to escape it with some "ouch my balls" humor.
  7:46pm glenn:

i luv when clay does radio voice.
  7:46pm Julie:

oh lordy someone call
  7:47pm Fredericks:

The mountain is high...
  7:47pm glenn:

see above in re: jandek.
  7:48pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

9:30 Club in DC
  7:50pm super k dj from the past:

hello, Clay. I am Super K DJ from the past. You may not know this until it happens but you were Super K DJ back in the 1990's. Once you reach that time, I assume you have not time travel yet, if you decide to go back in time, you will see your past self as Super K DJ. Do not be alarmed. It is part of your space/time/drug taking continium.
  7:51pm glenn:

" are ya gay?" that's fuckin' high - larious.
  7:51pm Fredericks:

Dee Jay Super Kay--You are a faker
  7:52pm Skirkie:

Commander McBragg

  7:53pm Fredericks:

Yes, Genn I did keep singing. It worked!
  7:55pm glenn:

i still don't get how peggy is the diminutive of margaret.
  7:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Yay! Made it for the last 6 minutes!
And YES, Clay and Julie are "outrageous", to say the VERY least!
  7:55pm Fredericks:

Glenn. Of Course.
  7:56pm Fredericks:

Where's the backing music, Clayton?
  7:56pm Matt from Springfield:

@Greg: 22153, was 22152 but still in "Springfield"!
  7:57pm slab:

I always wonder about how the culture is at wfmu and if comment boards are discussed. Is it quantity versus quality at wfmu? as far as dj competition, and how is it decided? Like, station manager Ken can have one million posts from baffoons, but maybe someone serious like Mr. Finewine might have three intelligent posts relevant to his show and the topic of his excellent ability to find fine 45's to play.
  7:57pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

sing ace of base
  7:58pm Matt from Springfield:

That's quite techno sounding Sabbath.
  7:58pm the glowing one:

the slurry chris called again, hehe. ;)
  7:58pm Matt from Springfield:

DIAL TONE!!! Do or Dusty with Pigeon Like Us!
  7:59pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

Clay + coffee = this show
  7:59pm Fredericks:

This is what I LOVE
  7:59pm Buffoons:

Learn to spell.
  7:59pm david:

I like the Stars on 45 aspect of Dark Night People Dusty.
  7:59pm slab:

ace of base in radio voice
  7:59pm depressed Persian cab driver:

After hearing Peg, the union guy's wife I am sure he usually does the right thing even when nobody is looking. Good for him!
  8:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Clay and Julie for another great one! I'll check the 20 minutes on the Archive!
  8:00pm other david:

clay invents phonestep
  8:00pm Listener John:

Thanks for the program, Clay! Bye, Julie!
  8:01pm glenn:

i'm calling next week. i promise.
  4:14am lz:

lol @ the Seven Second Delay shoutout!
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