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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 6, 2012: The Dusty Show - Fate's Fifteen + 3 Bonus Big Ones

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fate's Fifteen ... Explained
Fine-Trimmed Lawn
3 Bonus Big Ones!
Paul Anka  Summer's Gone   Options   Eric  1960  45     
An Interview with Two Out-Of-Work Union Workers in front of Penn Station - 8th Ave. - Manhattan
President Reagan Jokingly Announces A Bombing of Russia - 8/11/84
Western Jurisprudence
Excerpt From Halliburton TV Ad Featuring CEO, David Lesar
The Colwell Brothers and Chorus  A New Tomorrow   Options Up With People!  Pace  1965  LP     
An Interview with Jennifer - Abused Wife - In Front of Madison Square Garden (MSG) - 7th Avenue - Manhattan
  John, a homeless man I've encountered at MSG many times, warned me that Jennifer had been trying to raise her $38-dollars for "three weeks" in the same spot, adding a sad wrinkle to the situation.
Home to Maine
Toshiro Mayuzumi/David Tiegs  The Creation (Excerpt)   Options Soundtrack Music from Dino DeLaurentis' The Bible  Somerset / Stereo-Fidelity  1966  LP  First Bonus Big One!   
Sue Thompson  Norman   Options   Hickory  1961  45  The pride of Nevada, Missouri. This was a #3 hit in 1961.   
An Interview with Puck in front of MSG
Leaning Towards Obama
Scott Brown Ad Excerpt Courtesy of TeaPartyExpress.Org
Would You Agree? dusty@wfmu.org
Exceptional Americans
Obama, Young Jeezy Audio Courtesy of CSPAN - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lejtv38N-4c
Cracked Records :>(
The Ivey Three  Yogi   Options   Shell  1960  45  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCnMs_-GcNM   
An Interview with Tom in front of MSG
Ron Paul on Drugs - GOP Presidential Debate May 15, 2011 - Audio Courtesy of FOX News
Rand Paul Relays Tea Party Message (Kentucky Republican Senate Primary) - Audio Courtesy of AP
Do You Love America? dusty@wfmu.org
Audio From "Full Metal "Jacket" Featuring Actor R. Lee Ermey - Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures - 1987
Tom Sez ... Put 'Em To Work
Lee Barry  Where Can I Go   Options   Fan-Sam  1972  45  I love the last, long extended note!   
McCafe Drinking Republican Woman in front of MSG
Mitt Romney Excerpt from his RNC Speech in Tampa, 8/12 - Courtesy of CNN
Bobby Jindal Audio Courtesy of ACU Conservative USA. Jindal is Heard Here, Addressing a CPAC Conference in Chicago - June 8, 2012
What Is It About The Clintons?
Michelle Obama Excerpt from her Speech at the DNC - Charlotte - Audio Courtesy of ABC News
Ae You Hopeful For The Future? dusty@wfmu.org
Leo Arnaud  Bugler's Dream (From Charge Suite)   Options The Official Music Of The XXIIIrd Olympiad Los Angeles 1984  CBS  1984  LP     
Loverboy  Nothing's Gonna Stop You Now (Team Sports Theme)   Options The Official Music Of The XXIIIrd Olympiad Los Angeles 1984  CBS  1984  LP     
An Interview with Joe from Michigan in front of MSG
Settling for Romney
Raymond Scott  Society National March   Options   Not Listed  ?  7"     
Always Respect The President
The Hand
U.S. Miltary Academy Band/ Col. William Schempf (Director)  Michigan Victors   Options Time Out  Century  '60s?  LP  I am aware that Joe is a Michigan State fan and I played the Michigan school song. Apologies. It's just that I found this Time Out record and it didn't have the MSU song on it, so ... Michigan Victors ... close enough.   
Mitt Romney "Trees Are the Right Height" Audio, Courtesy of CSPAN
Unidentified Woman In Front of MSG
No Slouch
Republicans Cheat!
Rev. Al Sharpton Audio Courtesy of MSNBC
Racism and Obama
A Message of Peace and Love
Mi-Sex  Computer Games   Options Computer Games  Epic  1979  LP     
Eric and Joe (I.T. Guys) in front of MSG
Ron Paul - Paul Ryan ... Dangerous Guys
A Presidency Adrift - Paul Ryan Addresses the RNC - Tampa - Audio Courtesy of FOX News
Hyper - Capitalism
Are We Already In A Plutocracy?
Excerpt From GLH "Hair-In-A-Can" TV Ad
Right This Ship
Are You Better Off Than You Were Four Years Ago? dusty@wfmu.org
Are You Better Off Than You Were Four Years Ago? dusty@wfmu.org
Stan Freberg  The Boston Tea Party (Excerpt)   Options Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America  Capitol  1961  LP  Bonus Bog One #2!   
The Brooklyn Bridge  Look At Me   Options The Second Brooklyn Bridge  Buddah  1969  LP  Written by David Gates of Bread fame.   
An Interview with Keith - Union Plumber - MSG
Keith's Immigration Beef
Mark Lindsay  The Long and Winding Road/Yesterday   Options Silverbird  Columbia  1970  LP  Great voice. Former lead singer of Paul Revere and the Raiders (but, you knew that).   
Large, Tattoo'ed Long Island Man in front of MSG
Disillusioned with 'Hope and Change'
The Ryan Choice
Paul Ryan Speaks at his Alma Mater - Miami Univ. - Oxford, Ohio -
Closer Than People Think
Trouble Accessing his Feminine Side
The Records  Starry Eyes   Options The Records  Virgin  1979  LP     
An Interview with Cliff in front of MSG
Battle Axe  Ready To Deliver   Options Metal Battle  Roadrunner  1983  LP  Weird ... I was going to play a Mercyful Fate song from this compilation, but then they started singing about Satan and I felt negative vibes, so I went with the Battle Axe track.   
Cy Coleman  Reverie In Topaz   Options The Ages of Rock  MGM  ?  LP  The Tape Turn (And yes, Matt from Springfield, i DO use Normal Bias cassettes!   
An Interview with Charles and Cedric in front of MSG
The Castor Bros. in Tejas
Mick Rombie
Assemblyman vs. Community Organizer
Hillary in 2016!
On and Poppin'!
Bill Clinton Audio Courtesy of CNN
Prism  Hello   Options See Forever Eyes  Ariola  1977  LP  Canadian band. Love the happy synth!   
An Interview with David in front of MSG
The "We Need A Businessman" Angle
Couldn't Keep Her Husband At Home
He Tolerated Bush
Not The Adulterer, Murderer, Kennedy
Taking Out The Reactors
Far Out!
Soooo Left-Wing
Hudson Brothers  Be A Man   Options Totally Out Of Control  MCA/Rocket  1979  LP  So Beatle-y!   
Interview with a Woman in Madison Square Park - Manhattan
One Is Too Liberal - One Is Too Conservative
Totally Floored
America Forgot Its History
The Three O'Clock  Her Head's Revolving   Options Arrive Without Traveling  IRS  1985  LP  Love this track.   
Judy Garland  Excerpt   Options The Wizard of Oz Original Motion Picture Soundtrack  MGM  ?  LP  Bonus Big One #3!   
Closing Comments
  Thanks for checking out this playlist and I hope you enjoyed this epsiode of the show. I enjoyed ferreting out these records from their hiding places in various upstate thrift stores and antique shops. All were under $1.50. Do I always love the records I play? No, not really. But, I do like the way curating a handful of records, many that I'm not familiar with, makes selecting tracks for the show much easier than trawling through my sizable vinyl collection, fussing over what are the "coolest" songs I could play. I enjoy "selling" them to you much more than trying to make you think I am a DJ of impaccable taste. You know what? On some level I DO love every track I play. Who cares anyway, right?

Anyway ... the Accuplaylist was slow this week. Not a lot of action, and that concerns me (or my ego). I wonder if I didn't alienate a few of you with smart assery and my unorthodox scoring methodology during the "Duel" with Fabio. Hope not. I guess I do care if you like this show or not. I also know many don't like politics, and I imagine I lose some listeners that way, And the music. Yeah ... I know.

Well, I'm rambling. I'll sign off and say I hope you had a good summer. My wife and I sure did. Really looking forward to fall and election season and all the excitement that comes with that. Life is good. Hang in there my freinds and ... always remember!

Peace and Love,

Manhattan -USA


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Listener comments!

  6:03pm Night Al:

Hello world!
  6:03pm Matt from Springfield:

WARmahnger Reagan!
Fate's Fifteen, Clay's Sixty! How's everyone doing!
Avatar 6:03pm Clay:

Hello ... hello ... hello (echo)
Avatar 6:04pm Clay:

Night Al ... Mattitude ... Hello my friends!
  6:05pm Night Al:

Matt...da Pidge... good to hear from you my friends.
  6:06pm other david:

Checking in - hey Clay, hey listeners!
  6:07pm Night Al:

Glad all the RNC'ers are gone. And they took their concrete barricades and fencing and riot cops with them.
Avatar 6:07pm Clay:

OD ... thanks for checking in. Hope all's well.
Avatar 6:07pm Clay:

Looking forward to Bam's speech, Al.
  6:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh Gawd, Dino De Laurentiis does the Bible!
Night Al! OD! All incomers!
  6:09pm Fredericks:

Hey, was that Genesis I or II?
Avatar 6:09pm Clay:

9/11 and Occupy Anniversary upcoming in next couple of weeks.
  6:09pm Night Al:

my my my polka face....
  6:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Looking forward to his speech as well.

Get out in the streets and cover those topics, Clay!
Avatar 6:10pm Clay:

No idea Fredericks! I'm a backsliding Presbyterean. How are you, sir?
  6:11pm Fredericks:

Pretty well, Clayton. Hello fellow Pidgers!
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Fredericks!
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Not available on CD *anywhere*!! ;)
  6:14pm Fredericks:

Matthew! Good gospel you wrote.
  6:14pm Timb:

Hey Clay. Timb listening in Fort Lauderdale. Greetings from the western tip of the bermuda triangle! Had a lot of fun with last week's show. I scored you and Fabio at a tie.
Avatar 6:15pm Clay:

Hay, Timbo. Glad you liked the Duel. I had a blast. Thanks for recognizing the tie!
  6:16pm Night Al:

I went to the movies last Wednesday and saw John Demme's documentary about Heil Young. I went to the 2PM showing and was the only one in the theater. The jist... Neil Young returns to his birth Canadian province of Ontario to revisit his old haunts and to perform in Toronto's vintage Massey Hall. A mix of car footage and solo concert footage.
  6:16pm seang:

Kim Fowley for President
  6:16pm Matt from Springfield:

WESTPAC = Western Pacific, i.e. the eastern hemisphere Pacific. He may not have stopped in Japan, but was probably deployed afloat in that general region.
  6:17pm Timb:

Fabio is a worthy adversary for sure.
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

"For he who reads the comments with an open mind and open heart, true knowledge will he discover." -- Matthew 6:18 :)
  6:18pm other david:

Thanks Matt, I was wondering about that mention
  6:18pm Ike:

Ugh, another libertarian imagining welfare queens sitting around collecting checks. Jeez, it's not 1992 anymore. Jealous of indigent people. Very weird.
  6:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@OD: A "pseudo-blend", or "military acronym". The US military lives and breathes them! :)
Avatar 6:19pm Clay:

That film sounds cool, Al. Harvest is one of my all-time faves ...... Seang! Hello. Matt, you don't miss a thing.
Avatar 6:19pm Clay:

Hello Ike. Thanks for listening. Agree with you.
  6:20pm kata:

oh shit I'm late ! work is crazy stupid this week.. howdy everyboday !
Avatar 6:21pm Clay:

Kata ... wondered where you were.
  6:21pm other david:

"get a job"

  6:22pm John McCabe in LA:

that was my first cassette the Olympic one
  6:22pm Timb:

Hahaha! Loverboy! Nice one Clay.
Avatar 6:22pm Clay:

I know, David. That kind of sickened me.
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Do you know the difference?
Abbreviation: Letters grouped together (F-B-I, N-Y-C, etc)
Acronym: Letters spoken together as a word (NATO, HIPAA, etc)
Pseudo-blend: Beginnings of words spoken together as a word (PSYOP, Tribeca, etc)
  6:24pm Matt from Springfield:

"He's got my vote!" "I should be in it!" Ironic, or no...
Avatar 6:24pm Clay:

Hey John. There's some good stuff on that 84 Olympics LP (Cassette) ----- Wife and I went through a recent Loverboy phase, Timb. Good stuff!
  6:24pm Night Al:

anyone watching DNC on C-Span? Charlie Crist is set to speak tonight. they have him listed as (R-FL), but he renounced the GOP over a year ago. I think he's listed as (I - FL) nowadays, even though he's currently not in office. Gotta turn up Florida's Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz for a minute...be right back.
  6:25pm northguineahills:

Didn't he say he was a Michigan State fan? B/c, Clay is playing the University of Michagan alma mater.
  6:25pm other david:

Yep Matt - it seems to be a real hallmark of the use of English in the States, shorten everything down to the bare minimum. It works I guess and it's catching on, on this side of the pond too.
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Mary Wing played Quincy Jones (I think) from the XXIII Olympiad soundtrack LP, when the Olympics were going on this year.
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

Crist seems pretty tame by present day Florida political standards, AL. ------ North Guinea ... yeah ... was hoping you wouldn't notice , but FMU listeners never miss a thing. Good ear.
  6:27pm kat330:

Hiya, Clay! Hi, all good folks! We're listening but keyboard inactive.

Clay, that piece you played, I think you said it was '72 or so? Had an accordion -- that reminded me quite a bit of Jacques Brel.
Avatar 6:28pm Clay:

Hi Kat ... I liked that song. Especially the long held-out vocal note at the end. Good 2cu!
  6:28pm other david:

hey kat & philo - you're getting a ticking off for keyboard inactivity :)
  6:29pm kat330:

Uh-oh -- what does that entail, OD? Hi, to you, too! :)
  6:29pm Matt from Springfield:

@OD: George Orwell believed that pseudo-blends would be used as a tool in restricting language and then thought "1984" style. He used the early example of "Comintern" as an example of removing the original associations and diversity of the words. "Minitrue" and all the "Mini-" ministries were an example used in his novel.
  6:29pm northguineahills:

As a former Floridian (lived there for 20 years, w/ family still there), I agree that Crist is rather tame by Floridian GOP standards.
Avatar 6:29pm Clay:

Philo. Hello, old bean.
  6:30pm Timb:

Crist did some good things to stand up to the Republicans when it came to bad bills on education. He earned a lot of respect from progressives and people in the middle, but he ended up in a political nowhere land after he switched to independent. We really need to get rid of the 2 party system altogether. Ban both parties, start a new system.
  6:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Hoosier friends kat and Philo!

OD is right, you need a speech-to-text mic to fill in the gap! :)
Avatar 6:32pm Clay:

My editing is sloppy this week. Hurried. Didn't get started until Wednesday (yesterday).
  6:32pm Philo Gristle:

Hi OD, Clay P., MfS & rest y'all abbrvs!
  6:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Stan Freberg, now he's good!
  6:32pm kat330:

NYers, I think you might have a gem in Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. [Her biopic would have to have Amy Ryan in the lead.]
  6:33pm other david:

@Matt: Yes I read 1984 and it's an interesting comparison.. whether it's deliberate, or just a natural progression for language.. I don't know.. guess it depends on whether I'm wearing my cynic hat or not :)

@kat: I'm afraid I can't divulge the details in advance!
  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: Good noticing! (Emm Eff Ess) ;)
  6:34pm kat330:

Since Lee Hamilton snd Bayh retired, can't hardly point to a Hoosier politician to be proud of. There's Mr. Potatoe Head of course.
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Mark "Paul Revere" Lindsay, IIRC?
  6:35pm Night Al:

ditto Timb......Jill Stein and the Green Party will probably get my vote. I still think that 911 was an inside job. I've watched hours of evidence and smell a BIG rat. The 911 commission was as big a political sweep-the-dirt-under-the-rug job as the Warren Commission. Some Facebook friends constantly send me conspiracy theory links and a lot of it makes sense to me. I mean some really valid points are brought up on many covert operations in my opinion.
Avatar 6:36pm Clay:

Yes Matt ... that Mark Lindsay.
  6:38pm Night Al:

Desmond TUtu has called for Bush/Cheney and Tony Blair to be brought up before the Hague on war crimes.
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Paul Ryan has said he'll do this TO "a country in despair and decline"--note that he never said he would STOP the "despair and decline"!
  6:40pm Philo Gristle:

I tend to enjoy it as a literary device (quite a few scientifiction novels of yesteryear have done experiments in dropping of words, punctuation, letters etc), and as an occasional editor of crime fiction I like the concept of compressing verbosity into its essence... but simplification b4 u lrn z lingo proper will atrophy ones brain.
  6:41pm other david:

4 rlz philo!
  6:42pm kat330:

@Philo: "compressing verbosity into its essence" -- Guess you married me because you love a challenge. :)
  6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

"Ze Lingo Proper" would make a good song/book title! :)
  6:43pm kata:

I love all these interviewees who speak for "everybody" and "all the rest" ! puhleez !
  6:44pm kat330:

Floridians, appears you have storms Leslie and Michael ready to go tandem on yo ass.
  6:45pm Night Al:

Obama signed the NDAA, and let BP allow an oil volcano to erupt in the gulf for months. He said to forget about any retribution against Bush/Cheney that it was NOT going to happen. He said forget about repealing NAFTA/WTO.....
Jill Stein and the Green Party share my views. I read their entire platform at www.gp.org
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

"On a tropical storm built, for two..."
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

And hi kata!
  6:46pm Philo Gristle:

@kat I try! Snip! :)
  6:46pm kat330:

Any baguette baking this afternoon, Kata? I made the yummiest croutons from what I thought was a hopelessly hard / stale baguette the other night.
  6:46pm Night Al:

Those storms are heading for Bermuda...no where near Florida.
  6:47pm kat330:

You can't keep an inveterate windbag down, Philo dear.
  6:48pm md:

did he say 'nick rombie'? - thats awesome.
Avatar 6:48pm Clay:

Something like that, md. Loved that. He was a nice guy.
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

We were meant to know a little more about Prism...
  6:49pm Emily Litella:

@Night Al: Oops, sure looked like Florida from the no-volume TV map we just saw. Never mind.
Avatar 6:49pm Clay:

Thanks Matt. My fated assistant.
  6:50pm kata:

howdy MFS ! no baguettes today, Kat, I'm back at the office with a new contract, two new systems in place and absolute chaos ensuing. But I've been making them on weekends. Croutons, good idea !
  6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

"At least Bush had the brprbprbprpbrppbpr"... that's a soundbyte for GWB defenders!
  6:51pm Night Al:

I love bush too!
  6:51pm sfrances:

@Night Al: I agree with you in many more ways than disagree & have voted 3rd party a few times--but sadly, I'm in the swing state of Virginia now & will have to vote Dem just to try & cock block Romney from getting Virginia's vote.

I'm late to the party but will enjoy the archives!

Always remember!
  6:51pm Philo Gristle:

Hard to compress real content! Delete all adjectives.

Excellent interviews to-day, as always, Clay.
  6:51pm RCinMT:

Let me put it this way, that guy is a moron.
  6:52pm md:

wasnt poking fun, clay. that was just genuinely amusing. thats what im calling him from now on!
  6:52pm northguineahills:

Speaking of Bush, I'm no longer a beardo. The missus will like this (might have to do some "traditional" interviews soon).
  6:53pm other david:

oh man
Avatar 6:53pm Clay:

Hi Frances. Really glad you made it! Thanks Philo, appreciate that my broadcast friend. Hello RC. He was ... difficult.
  6:53pm sfrances:

Hooray Hudson Bros! I watched their tv show...!
  6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Claytonite Frances of Springfield, Richmond and Ackley-by-marriage! You are always remembered!
  6:54pm Night Al:

sfrances..... I've reached the point where I have to vote my heart and even risk another 2000 Florida 100 vote swing state debacle...Jill Stein and the Green Party share my views so much more than Dems.
  6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@RCinMT: "Royal Crown Cola in Montana"? ;)
Avatar 6:54pm Clay:

Agree, md. It was funny.
  6:54pm Night Al:

funny...Obama's NOT liberal ENOUGH for my views!
  6:55pm kat330:

@NGH: Unfortunately your tonsorial decision could well help you. Philo arrived on our continent with a long ponytail -- lopping it off finally allowed him employment in this area. Shame though.
  6:55pm other david:

Good lord, Obama too liberal?
Avatar 6:55pm Clay:

Guess I better back on out for Night People. Thank you SO MUCH for listening and interacting y'all. Appreciate your insights and words. Keep tuning in when you can. 9/11 and Occupy Anniversary upcoming. Stay in touch. dusty@wfmu.org
  6:56pm RCinMT:

@Matt: Yes, I have a hat.
  6:56pm kat330:

I've also most always voted 3rd party, including Nader, but didn't in '08 and won't this year either.
  6:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@Night Al: "You bastard! Why are you not fitting into our sacred TWO PARTY SYSTEM! Uggh, get - in - there! Cram in!"
  6:57pm kat330:

TY, Clay! Have wonderful hours until you sleep and sweet dreams when you do!
  6:57pm other david:

Thanks for another great show Clay!
  6:57pm Night Al:

NAFTA and WTO have suckedaway almost the exact amount of jobs as we have unemployed in this country. If you want to solve the unemployment crisis, repeal NAFTA/WTO. Ross Perot tried to warn us against NAFTA/WTO years ago. He was dead on right!
  6:58pm sfrances:

I hear ya, Al, I really do: and I've voted my heart in a swing state before & answered the 2000 wrath of my friends (I'm ok with it)--but I'm in GOP hell/culture shock back here in VA and so my heart will vote Dem. I'm with you: Obama is nowhere near liberal enough for me either--and I'm not saying I won't vote 3rd party in another swing state election: just not this one, for me.
  6:58pm Philo Gristle:

It's such a skewed perspective, coming from Europe..... I always considered myself a moderate leftist green, thinking Clinton was a slight rightwinger, and Obama a centrist. Guess Im a pinko after all!
  6:58pm Timb:

Great show Clay!
  6:59pm DPCD:

Here we go- I am getting all kinds of email about a pending unilateral strike on Iran from Israel. It will solve their problem with Obama at this point in his career, because he won't take the risk of stopping them. Strikes against Lebanon and any other neighbors would be justified if they complain, and the poor Palestinians could expect to be flattened once again.
Foreign policy is one thing we really suck at.
  6:59pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Amazing show Clay!
Fun commenters as always, have a good night everyone! Hold on to your memories! :)
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@RCinMT: Fedoras for me! :)
  7:00pm Philo Gristle:

G'night, all! Re-member!
  10:49pm Marmalade kitty:

Hi Clay! Listening via archive! wondering which part of the show was slow..?
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