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Options November 10, 2011: RETURN TO ZUCCOTTI PARK

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
  For this episode, I re-visited Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan to check-in on the nascent Occupy Wall Street encampment. This show was taped on Tues., November 8th, 2011.

It feels good to follow this 'happening.'

I'm glad you're here. Sorry about the skip during Home On The Range. Love to you all ...

Clayton P (99%)

Opening Salvo
  Note: The opening interview cuts-in roughly because, moments before deadline, I discovered that an excerpt from The Sandpipers, 'Guantanamera' had been digitally inserted directly on top of the Opening Salvo. Outside my window, a Grackle lights briefly on the sill, twitching nervously, eyeing me with a cocked head. A little gust of wind. He is gone.
An Interview with Brian
Gross Mis-Management
That's Capitalism!
Divisions and Discrepancies
The Animal Zone
  The Animal Zone interview was so strange. I didn't hit it off too well with the guy. Still, I liked the awkwardness in the end - so I left it in.
The Drummers (and Saxophone)
A Conversation I Happened Upon (and asked permission to tape)
Statistics Versus Human Potential
The Greedy Rich
I Jump In
  The couple I interviewed were visiting from Orange Co., California.
Thugs and Drugs
Anti Obama Guy
Thatcher Moment
  Sorry about the background conversation and noise .Tough to record in crowds.
Plant Trampling
Astro-Turf Terrorists
FOX and Rush
Rachel Madov
Such A Sweetheart
Herman Cain Questioned During A Republican Presidential Debate (11-9-11) - Courtesy of CNBC.
The Ol' Washboard
Get A Job
An Interview with Greg
A Leaderless Mob
An Interview with Elsa
Levels of Engagement
  I'm loving the incessant tuba.
Loving America
A Van-Ride from Oregon
Power Struggle
An Interview with Neal - Communist Revolutionary
Recruiting Capacity
The Sandpipers  Guantanamera   Options Guantanamera  A&M  1966  LP   
An Interview with Young Brian
South Park Mention
Where's This Leading?
Think Tank
"Occupy Red Robin" from South Park, Courtesy of Comedy Central
More Drumz!
An Interview With Sean
Baton Wounds, Macing, Pepper Spray, Brutal Arrests
Direct Democracy
Occupy Everything!
  Interview with Tampa Man
Yeah, yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Who Doesn't?
Dobro Moment
An Interview with Taylor
Representing His Buddies Killed in 'Nam
Do Right - Right'll Come
Making It Through The Mess
Camp Crier Exhorts Vehemently - Blowing His Voice Out!
Folk SInger Sings 'We Shall Overcome'
An Interview With A Man Calling Himself Nicolas Cage
D-13 Classified
(G)overnment (O)f (D)estruction
The People Who Believe In We
Symmetry and Parallel Lines
Prideful of Ascension
The Womb
The Zoo Is Going Nowhere
Paid to Shut-Up
Obama Drama
Artist Freaks-Out
The Occupy Crowd Begins to SIng "You Are My Sunshine"
An Interview with Audrey
  Changing The Way People Think About Every Issue
Nice Man
An Interview WIth Two Men Sitting on a Wall
I Don't Think Obama is like Hitler.
Constantly Brendan!
To Donate: nycga.net
Bloomberg Discussed
  When I speak about being involved in the 'de-escalation' I do it in kind of a self-aggrandizing way, which speaks to insecurity and need for approval, probably. Anyway ... I really just sat there while the artist berated Audrey. I certainly wasn't heroic.
Code Red!
The Arrival of Graham Nash and David Crosby
Micro-Interview with David Crosby
Nash and Crosby Sing for the Occupy Crowd (No Amplification Allowed)
  I realize the sound-quality during the Nash/Crosby performance is super lo-fi. Apologies for that.
Quick Comments From Nash and Crosby as They Pass By
It's Yours!
Rick Perry Struggles In Republican Presidential Debate (11-9-11) Courtesy of CNBC
John Lennon  Woman Is The N***** Of The World   Options   Apple  1972  45  The Lowest-Charting single of Lennon's career. I feel cowardly for bleeping it. 
Republican Representative, Joe Walsh of Illinois 'Gets Too Passionate' with a Constituent
Heavy D and the Boyz  Now That We Found Love   Options Big Tyme  Uptown/MCA  1989  LP  RIP 
Merrill Staton Choir  Home on the Range   Options Movin' West  EPIC  '60s?  LP  Sorry about the skip. I aired this one live in the studio. 
  Thanks for listening. Please visit an Occupy Encampment near you! Until next time, take care and ...

Always Remember ...


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Listener comments!

  6:05pm Clay:

  6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Clay!
A rarity, your playlist is open early, and Fabio's is the one that hasn't closed out yet! Duelling comment boards again?
  6:07pm glenn:

  6:07pm Clay:

Hi Matt and Glenn
  6:08pm kata:

hi Clay, and all.. Sun still shining here in Oregon. Glad you're keeping on the occupy tip..
  6:08pm dale:

evening clay.. don't know why no one occupied wall street back in 2009 when bailouts and cash for clunker baloney started. but the movement suffers from drum circle hippy image. they need to demand an audience with policy makers.
  6:09pm Clay:

Thanks Kata. Hope life is happy in Oregon!
  6:09pm kata:

I hope the occupiers can avoid a Lord of the Flies moment..
  6:10pm Clay:

They're figuring it out, Dale. Hope you are well, sir.
  6:10pm hamburger:

piggy was the 1%!!
  6:10pm david:

lol, "affordable health care really scares me"
  6:11pm Clay:

That made me laugh, too, David.
  6:12pm glenn:

nonsense. that's just fucking bullshit. the canadian health care is fantastic. yet another uninformed right wing american retard who should just shut the fuck up.
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

At least some Tea Partiers have found common ground and understanding with OWS. This couple isn't entirely free from irrational fears, but at least they seem independent of the greater Tea Party movement.
  6:13pm dale:

my sister lives in bush country (FLA) and she was terrified of an obama healthcare plan. she could care less that i can't afford helath insurance for myself, as long as she didn't have to chip in more for the coverage her husband gets working for bank of america.
  6:13pm Clay:

Enjoying your comments.
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

"Skiffle To The People: Washboard and Jug Band Songs from Occupy Wall Street, Vol. 1"
  6:14pm Adam:

This dude is a Real Fuckin New Yorker
  6:15pm dale:

this 20 year old probably works as a messenger. he has a 'job', not a future.
  6:16pm Clay:

Hello Adam!
  6:17pm Adam:

Greetings from Kentucky, Clay.
  6:18pm Clay:

Love Kentucky. Morehead. Berea. Alpaca Ranches, Black Barns
  6:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Shit--the Bob Avakian Cult, I hadn't heard them in a while and thought they'd left by now.
  6:19pm Adam:

I'm impressed and honored. Stop by any time!
  6:20pm cosmic matrix:

hello from rainy vermont peoples!
  6:21pm dale:

despite any truth communist literature might hold, it's distribution is ammunition for detractors to undermine the whole movement. republicans will have a field day with it.
  6:22pm Clay:

Love Vermont, Cosmo! Stowe is my all-time fave. Was married there. Bought a thrift store guitar in Putney.
  6:25pm Adam:

Clay's levity saves the day again
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Married in VT? Not in the 'Skills, as you always rave about? :)
  6:27pm Clay:

No Matt. In Stowe.
  6:27pm mrmucho:

clay, thanks for documenting so carefully the past few weeks the overwhelming vapidity and cluelessness (to a man) of a typical OWS protester. pulitzer!
  6:28pm Clay:

Glad you've been listening, Mr. Mucho.
  6:29pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay Pigeon IS the only newsmagazine worth listening to!
  6:30pm cglenn:

diggin' it Clay
  6:30pm glenn:

much as i support the occupy movement, many of them do seem a couple sandwiches short. or stoned.
  6:30pm Clay:

TY friends.
  6:31pm cglenn:

i think Clay is showing the 'variety' of people there. It's a melting pot... kinda like... oh yeah. us...
  6:31pm david:

have u been down there glenn?
  6:32pm Ike:

I think they're no more (and no less) vapid and clueless than the average American. I doubt much will come of it, but kudos to them for trying something.
  6:32pm Clay:

Hear that, Ike. Hello to you. sir!
  6:32pm cosmic matrix:

hi clay! lovin' this episode, 'specially cause i am a new yorker by blood.... left for burlington VT in '96....i bought a cool old guitar and transistor organ from a thrift shop on east 5th (between 1st and 2nd i think) back in the day, speaking of magical finds!! what was the name of that place.......?
  6:33pm cglenn:

i like Ike's statement
  6:33pm fatty jubbo:

Wild Man Fisher came back to life to attend OWS?
  6:34pm dale:

cosmic - was it gary's? that was on 4th between 1 and 2. he moved to jersey city i think.
  6:34pm Ike:

Hello to you too, Clay!
  6:34pm Clay:

Hey Fatty! Good to see you. Yeah, that Cryer yelled his voice off. I love it.
  6:34pm glenn:

not to wall street. i'm in toronto.
  6:35pm fatty jubbo:

@Clay - First time commenter, long time fan!
  6:35pm Clay:

Welcome Fatty!
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: The guy in need of a soothing hot toddy? :)
  6:36pm cosmic matrix:

oooo it may have been 4th.... he was a good-lookin' southern fellow with a smart hat! and a wife i think...? the organ was an EXCELSIOR COURIER 33 and i wuvved it
  6:36pm Clay:

Ha ha Matt!
  6:37pm cosmic matrix:

masterful interview
  6:37pm Clay:

TY Coz
  6:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@Fatty Jubbo: I remember seeing your name, with the show "Cake and Polka Parade".
  6:38pm cosmic matrix:

  6:39pm cosmic matrix:

this is HUMANITY ... con-fucking-verged ... what a phenomena
  6:39pm dale:

she was a hot southern blonde, he was black. it was a below ground sort of affair. i lived next door and bought a lot of stuff there. The 90's seem so long ago now.
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@cosmic: To quote from my earlier comment, this is the "realest" show on radio.
  6:40pm kata:

music calms the savage Nicolaus Cage
  6:41pm cosmic matrix:

each era has its own signature vibration
  6:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Standing O to this guy!
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

  6:44pm Clay:

  6:44pm cosmic matrix:

this is an incredible show--great opportunity for interviews... @dale--coulda sworn he was a white dude. maybe that wasn't the owner. maybe it was 5th street. i'm stoned, i have no idea.
  6:49pm Clay:

They weren't allowed to use amplification.
  6:49pm cosmic matrix:

it's cool when the generations come together
  6:50pm david:

cassette tapes and social media- the great equalizers...
  6:51pm Clay:

Ha ha David. I am actually kind of ashamed of my $29 Radio Shack Micro-Cassette in this instance. Well ... not really.
  6:52pm glenn:

all the proof you need that neil young and stephen stills were the best parts of csny.
  6:52pm cosmic matrix:

never be ashamed of radio shack... golden magic... besides, feels like i was there in a lo-fi field recording sort of way
  6:53pm kata:

Clay I love your editing. Micro-cassettes rule!
  6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

YES! Rick Perry Blank Out clip!

Now Crosby and Nash are two more of famous connections to Clay.
  6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

The MUSICIAN Joe Walsh would never flip out like this! Ha ha!
  6:54pm Clay:

RIP Heavy D.
  6:54pm cosmic matrix:

WHOA what was that last one "or i'm gonna have to ask you to leave"??
  6:54pm david:

yeah i love the way the micro-cassette sounds
  6:55pm glenn:

rick perry could possibly be more insane than palin and bachmann.
  6:55pm Clay:

I have to go. Thanks y'all We ARE the 99% Always Remember
  6:55pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Surreal and very great. Somewhat encouraged and less depressed than normal thanks to you, Dusty...!
  6:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Today is a BINARY DAY! 11-10-11. Tomorrow is the last binary day of this century: 11-11-11.

It's also Veterans Day. Please think of them and the many sacrifices they've made since the U.S. was born.
  6:56pm glenn:

remembrance day here. somebody also called it nigel tufnel day.
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: That's right glenn--this year anyway it can be Nigel Tufnel Day: We're taking EVERYTHING to 11!
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Always Remembered - Never Forgotten!
  6:59pm cosmic matrix:

  6:59pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Good show today
  6:59pm depressed Persian cab driver:

@ glenn- That's because the DOD and VA have helped us here in the US turn the 4th of July and every other holiday into Veterans Day. All needs and wants of all connected with the military must be funded forever, amen.
  7:00pm cosmic matrix:

tee hee
  7:02pm dale:

leave the latch string out and the dogs tied up, i'm coming home!
  7:18pm depressed Persian cab driver:

PS- Yes, Christmas and New Years are all about the suffering GIs in the several places they work for money, in a voluntary kinda way. And don't you dare eat Thanksgiving without praying for those defenders of your way of life (undefined here) who volunteered for lifetime benefits and combat pay to fly those nice drones and pay whores in faraway lands!
Upon returning soon, they will require job training. I hope not as cab drivers, because most of us now enjoy no government subsidies... we also lack the kill skills they have acquired abroad and doubt they can distinguish us from the "Hadjis" of their PTS nightmare worlds. Best to take the subway for awhile, dear listeners!
  7:52pm inuri:

depressed persian cab driver. dont worry, you are one of us
  5:49am J in Kzoo:

As long as you keep doing these occupy shows, I will keep telling my family and friends about your show
  8:41pm Platter Chatter:

@Clayton! Merrill Staton Choir, "Movin' West" Epic LN 34721 - recommended in Boys Life, Oct 1958.

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