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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!

  6:11pm ?:

Garageband has phase shifting. Is that phase correction?
  6:11pm Mike Fun:

But it sounded fine at my end.
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

"Awfully intimate", right after Blimpie! You didn't just eat their Italian sub, did you? :)
  6:11pm Ike:

I have a very limited understanding of the technical issues here, but, um, wouldn't it help to put the entire station in mono?
  6:11pm Kevin:

I could hear it
  6:12pm mark brooks:

Just pull 1 channel Clay!
  6:12pm Kevin:

It wasn't the loudest, but there was something
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

I could hear everything--you're saying that certain listeners on this same stream will not hear it?
  6:12pm Audacity:

has phase inversion.
  6:12pm Jim:

Clay never had this many problems back when he was my adopted DJ.
  6:12pm Future Mike:

I thought the waterfall sound on the OGG stream was part of that lo-fi sound .. fooled me!
  6:13pm andymorphic:

for furture shows lay off to tape
  6:14pm mtorr:

that sounded soooo good - next week....really??
  6:14pm andymorphic:

failure through phase inversion
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

It's always fun when Ken comes on the Dusty Show--one good thing about all this!
  6:15pm Ike:

Agreed @Matt! Chain Ken down and force an interview!
  6:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ken: We pledged money for those shirts--you're just giving them away to the filthy hippies??!!
  6:16pm andymorphic:

its not tape to computer cable or you would have noticed when you edited
  6:16pm david:

A tricycle needs all three wheels to function
  6:16pm Sean Daily:

Shows like this are why WFMU is AWESOME.
  6:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Re: "Rescue Me" I refer to Fontella Bass as a "Minus One Hit Wonder"--because not only was that her only hit, but everyone who hears that thinks it's Aretha, so Fontella doesn't even get recognition out of it!
  6:17pm david:

i don't know what chicken in (and?) a biscuit means but it cracked me up
  6:17pm Mike from Cali:

Streaming audio came through fine. Stun me with your phaser.
  6:18pm Hurricane Irene:

I should come back and trap these three in the studio with an open mic till Monday.
  6:19pm Ike:

It sounded fine on FM too. I guess it varies depending on the radio or whatnot?
  6:20pm suggestion:

bump off a few different formats of the show when you produce it.
it will be archived and you'll have a backup in the event of failure.
  6:22pm david:

"whatever it is, I'm against it"
  6:26pm Emile:

Now you have to play the Cub Koda track!
  6:27pm Ike:

Salmon is supposed to be just seared slightly. Overcook it and it gets chewy. Other fish can be cooked more thoroughly.
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

You're in another perfectionist trap, Clay. Snap out of it--sing! dance! do something upbeat!
  6:29pm Matt from Springfield:

"She asked him whyyyyy..."
"Why - I'm a hairy guy"
  6:30pm glenn:

huh. every hippy i know is a raging egomaniac.
  6:33pm dale:

just tuned in - is it the failure of digital technology? i love the triumvirate anyway.
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Surprisingly Chef Boyardee was a real person:

He opened probably the first Italian restaurant in Cleveland--which probably explains a lot about the food! :)
  6:35pm dale:

cmon, fabio. it's just noodles and ketchup. no biggie.
  6:36pm glenn:

that was fabio's home movie version of big night.
  6:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Italian neighbors taught my mother's mother spaghetti and Italian recipes, so my Mom always made great stuff--but we still had Chef Boyardee for convenience--in lieu of a tomato soup and grilled cheese for example.
  6:37pm Current Caller:

yknow, yknow, yknow, yknow, yknow = I'm totally unknowlegeable and inarticulate, just please guess what I would say, if I could actually figure out what I think and how to say it.
  6:37pm OWLS:

Separation of corporation and state!
  6:37pm david:

Fabio's Boyardee moment seemed traumatic!
  6:39pm andymorphic:

fab seems like he was traumatized by everything
  6:39pm dale:

our cheese was either the kraft green shaker can or the block of govt cheese. fabio must have grown up rich.
  6:40pm Matt from Springfield:

@andymorphic: Or at the very least, groans at everything! But I love when he does that with Clay!
  6:41pm glenn:

govt cheese?
  6:41pm dale:

la choy or chung king was so exotic. pour the chicken stuff over the noodles, dump on the crispy thingamajigs = good eatin'!!!
  6:41pm Mike from Cali:

Could the phase problem be connected to a Koch Brothers contribution to WFMU?
  6:41pm andymorphic:

they are like oil and vinegar and Julie is the lettuce
  6:43pm Dis Simile:

But Fabio and Clay are not all over Julie in a thin coating.
  6:43pm dale:

big velveeta-y things, glenn. the govt. gave out cheese to folks in the early 80s. may be that was a ny state or county thing.
  6:43pm glenn:

the fuzz? @@@@@@
  6:43pm dale:

  6:44pm Dis Simile:

@dale: Feds bought up cheese and stored it under farm programs, then gave it to people on public assistance to clear it out of warehouses.
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@andy: As a big G&T fan, I expanded off of someone else's comparison: Fabio is the gin, strong and dry, Clay is the tonic, effervescent and healing. Julie is the zesty lime that brings the two flavors together, and the listeners are the ice that keeps everything cool!
  6:44pm willy will:

pig=orwell's animal farm
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: Jim Henson did a "La Choy Dragon" Muppet for a 60s commercial--do you remember that?
  6:45pm glenn:

integers are whole numbers, me thinks.
  6:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh, binary numbers! You want some "fun", learn some Boolean Algebra--that is messed up, I never fully understood that!
  6:46pm dale:

no i don't - i'll you toob it.
  6:46pm kata:

wow, 5-second delay in action!
  6:47pm glenn:

If you thought the term pig arose in the 1960s, you're in for a surprise. The OED cites an 1811 reference to a "pig" as a Bow Street Runner--the early police force, named after the location of their headquarters, before Sir Robert Peel and the Metropolitan Police Force (see above.) Before that, the term "pig" had been used as early as the mid-1500s to refer to a person who is heartily disliked.
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Whole numbers are positive integers. Integers are positive or negative, but always "whole", not decimal or fraction.
  6:48pm glenn:

matt, isn't that what i said?
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

The youngins is a-callin' to-nite!
  6:48pm dale:

hey clay, i just turned 52 yesterday. am i as old as you and fabs?
  6:49pm Oh Boy:

Chicken in a Biskit. Sheeets the bomb. With the canned cheese.
  6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Happy birthday dale! Actually I think you're just under Fabio and Clay.

My video suggestion counts as my present to you :)
  6:50pm ?:

wow silvertones were like 400 in the 90s right?
  6:50pm spidermanc:

i like the term "dibble", oooh is that silvertone with the guitar case amplifier?,,,,, drooolls
  6:50pm tony:

Indie wears a wide brim hat and carries a whip
  6:50pm dale:

yay me! thx!!
  6:50pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Well, just to keep things straight, whole numbers aren't the same thing as integers--whole numbers are half of all integers, the positive half. Strictly speaking.
  6:51pm New Show:

Gear Talk with Clay Pigeon
  6:51pm glenn:

i paid 400$ canadian for a silvertone thin twin in 1982. i wish i still had it.
  6:51pm Bas, NL:

DX7 is great...
  6:53pm dale:

hippy dippy!
  6:53pm Ralphine:

Please bring some Supersister and Van der Graaf Generator to your disk-jockeying party at the record fair, Mr. Pigeon.
  6:55pm moose:

i'm coming on sunday from pigeon til vicki
  6:55pm Danne D:


Hi Clayophiles
  6:57pm glenn:

born to bullshit, more like it.
  6:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Anyone have/had a Casio CTK-100? I was thrilled when I heard the "World's Most Unwanted Song" -- because I recognized the percussion beats from that family of keyboards!
  6:57pm Bas, NL:

Hi Danne D!
  6:57pm DF:

Snowing in PA, too!
  6:58pm moose:

i have a 1000p
  6:58pm David Soul:

"Don't give up on Ol' Dusty..."
  6:58pm Danne D:

Hrm, Matt, I have an old Casio, I am not sure of the model.
It's like more than 25 years old
  6:58pm dale:

29 tonite here in the mt. hope transmitter area
  6:58pm Danne D:

8( it's too soon for Snow
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey copyright infringement! Make Matt say where he's from! ;)
  6:59pm Danne D:

Keep Cynicism Alive Julie! ;o)
  7:00pm Bas, NL:

I got a Casio SK-1..
  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: I think that's too old--I may get a new keyboard just because my old one is a CTK-100 from around '93. There were other really old ones, like 25 years old, at my grandma's, not sure if they're still around.
  7:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Always remember!
  7:01pm Danne D:

Have a good night kids :) I'll check the model number at some point.
  7:01pm Danne D:

Bye Kids
  7:01pm spidermanc:

Clay makes my day
  7:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Just - say - CLAY!
  7:02pm Bas, NL:

Great failure fill-in Clay!
  7:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Dusty = 100%!!
The Triumvirate is doing excellent this month!
  8:28pm Joe Egan:

You're killin' me clay!
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