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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 November 1, 2012: Clay Pigeon for Dave The Spazz

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Listener comments!

  9:00pm Danne D:

Clay! It's been too long :)
Avatar 9:01pm Clay:

Clay in for Dave The Spazz. Hope you'll join me.
  9:02pm marc:

Clay, my fav DJ!!
  9:04pm sweet cheri:

hiya clay & danne how was your halloween?
  9:04pm Matt from Springfield:

*Finally* got to bring REO out for a storm...again!! :)
HI Clay and everyone! Time for Round x out of blank! :)
  9:05pm Caryn:

Yay, Clay around the clock (almost)! Are these shows going to be archived? Because I don't want to miss anything, but it's 3 a.m. over here, and have to get up early to go to the food bank.
Avatar 9:05pm Clay:

Hi everyone. Goodnight Caryn. zzzzzzinfinland.
  9:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Unfortunately it doesn't look good for Archives...the last one posted from a live broadcast (and not a pre-recorded posted one) is Radio Free Culture from Monday...hopefully they can get the Archive engine started soon.
  9:08pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I don't know what he means even though he keeps singing that I know what he means.
  9:09pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

  9:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@BGZ: Clay is your man for playing Queen! If, your fav Queen song is "Keep Yourself Alive"! :)

Seriously though, this is a great and somewhat underrated (early) Queen song.
  9:10pm Bill from VT:

Hi Clay. This will be great background music as I read about atrazine.
Avatar 9:11pm Clay:

I know Matt ... I need to branch out a little.
  9:11pm Caryn:

Yay, Queen! Guess I'll stay awake then, I ain't missing Clay.
  9:12pm Matt from Springfield:

In a way, Queen was my first consciously "Classic Rock" band--when I was 8, I was astonished that they weren't from just a few years ago (like 80s to early 90s), but the stuff I liked was from the 70s.
  9:13pm seang:

  9:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@Bill: That's an anagram of "e in A'traz" :)
  9:13pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

  9:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Hey Clay,
Are Ken or Jeff Moore or Liz at the station? If so and you see them, could you have one of them email ASAP. Muchas gracias.
  9:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Never mind! Just got word from Ken. Keep rockin' in the free whirled.
  9:14pm Bill from VT:

@Matt: If you can link that anagram to the feminization of male frogs, then I think you're on to something.
  9:18pm SiHV:

Up in Tarrytown. Lines for gas. Local coffee shop doing fine.
  9:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: Fingerprint analysts Rock in the Free Whorled!
  9:18pm Pine:

I keep thinking everyone's talking about sAndy from night people
  9:20pm Caryn:

Yay, Clay has already gotten 21 % more in pledges in about 2 hours! Woohoo!
  9:22pm Matt from Springfield:

The ferries are a pretty cool way to travel--the first time I ever visited NYC, we stayed in Weehawken right by the Hudson, and took a ferry over to around 46th Street in Manhattan.
Avatar 9:22pm Clay:

It was Ken that did it Caryn!
  9:22pm Caryn:

Ooh, "Station to Station" era Bowie...
  9:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Clay might have to increase the pledge level again before Nov 17th! Which is a good thing Clay, because it means you're so appreciated!
  9:25pm Matt from Springfield:

T.Rex/Marc Bolan! Time to come out of the woodwork, Julie! :)
  9:25pm Caryn:

It would be funny if Bowie doing "Wild is the Wind" would be followed by Bowie doing "When the Wind Blows". One can dream.
  9:25pm Timb:

Hi Clay. Back listening, and just in time! Bowie & T-Rex! Love it! Thanks for the great jams.
  9:26pm Pine:

I bet clay sings like this
  9:28pm Caryn:

It's almost as if Clay intentionally plays cheesier music when there are other DJs around to marvel at it, and then when he's alone, he pulls out the cool stuff. I love both, Clay! Just observing.
  9:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Red Skies At NIGHT!!!
  9:29pm seang:

  9:29pm Timb:

Love this one too!
  9:30pm other david:

Clay sir, I'm glad you exist. You're an awesome person.
  9:31pm seang:

don't break the margin Danne D! :-)
  9:31pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I think Clay is playing the KAFM playlist circa 1983.
  9:32pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

If he plays Saga's "On The Loose" or Russ Ballard's "Voices" that further confirms my suspicion.
Avatar 9:33pm Clay:

So glad you guys are here. I kind of suck on my own! Ken! Julie! Fabio!
  9:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Russ Ballard! He produced 80s America, and later Head East--I'm quite certain Clay likes him!
  9:42pm will:

Eeek! Total breakthrough record of fave band Sparks, and the best song therefrom (unless it's "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us.") Lovin every minute of it, WJ
  9:42pm Bill from VT:

I just had to legitimately google "frog testicle".
  9:46pm Matt from Springfield:

"Great, I'm trying to come off of an upbeat song, and then someone gives me another fucking dog death dedication to read!!!"
  9:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Here we go! :)
  9:48pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

@Matt: I thought about that too!
  9:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@BGZ: That was the song requested in the infamous clip! Henry Gross, "Shannon" :)

"Surf's Up"!! :D
  9:51pm seang:

thanks for that link Matt--that was hilarious!
  9:51pm Caryn:

Yay, from my fave Beach Boys album!
  9:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@seang: Returnin' the favor! I first heard about it myself on a WFMU playlist--and the song Henry Gross's "Shannon" from Clay!
  9:56pm SiHV:

Really digging the selection Clay.
  9:57pm Pine:

@will another Sparks fan here, hello young lovers! :)
  9:58pm zoot allors:

wow - finally back in the power and while fmu is down, online is up -woo-hoo its been a tough three days without my radio crankin! youze guze is da best!! thanks Clay!
  9:59pm Caryn:

Is there anyone who doesn't like Sparks? They're great!
  10:01pm Pine:

@Caryn, a friend made it to a lot of the full album shows in london. He met a NY cab driver with tickets for every show, the guy must be a fellow listener!
  10:01pm Caryn:

@Pine: Nice!
  10:02pm Bill from VT:

Yes, the frog testicles are good here, but poor out west, where they are affected by atrazine!
  10:03pm Pine:

Hey clay if net only can you play Dick Around by Sparks? pretty please ;)
  10:04pm Caryn:

@Bill: does the atrazine shrink them, or just affect their composition otherwise?
  10:04pm Timb:

Move on up! Funky!
  10:05pm seang:

break out the Zima and the Gage
  10:06pm Bill from VT:

Apparently it causes male frogs to start producing eggs, essentially turning them into females. The science is summarized in this nice end-of-lecture rap (this is not me in the video).

Avatar 10:08pm Clay:

Zima and Gage! I wish.
  10:11pm Caryn:

Excellent percussion work on this!
  10:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: You didn't remember your Canadian 15-pack of Zima?? ;)
  10:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Rick James! BITCH!
  10:12pm Caryn:

Clay, are you drumming the tabletop along with this?
  10:13pm Timb:

Avatar 10:13pm Clay:

I am Caryn! And dancing. Moonwalking.
  10:13pm other david:

Clay Funk Pigeon
  10:14pm Roberto:

Awwww yeah.
  10:14pm Matt from Springfield:

@OD: Remember the "Funky Chicken"? Now it's ALL about the "Funky Pigeon"!
  10:15pm Fredericks:

The wings of the Storm-Bhurd are beating.
  10:15pm Caryn:

Since we didn't get Duane's Prince demos this week, these songs are making up for the funk deficiency in our lives.
  10:16pm other david:

@Matt: I had done my best to forget!
  10:16pm Matt from Springfield:

These must be "The Mary Jane Girls" on backing vocals?
  10:19pm Frisco Kid:

HOT STUFF! A sentimental favorite from my teen years. That deserves a donation.
  10:22pm sweet cheri:

well g'night all
  10:25pm Fredericks:

Storms make people appreciate Government. And other people as well.
  10:25pm Roberto:

Coming to you from the relatively untouched part of Manhattan, Clay. Thanks for keeping the funk!
  10:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh no! Mary Christine "Teena Marie" Brockert HAS passed on. Sad, so young.
  10:25pm Matt from Springfield:

There's a killer on the road!!
Avatar 10:26pm Clay:

Night Cheri ... thanks for hanging out a while.
  10:27pm Larry In Portland:

Hey Clay, love from an Monmouth County expat here in Portland. Wishing I could be out there to help.
  10:27pm Fran Blanche:

Clay - you are the jewel of the WFMU crown. NEVER STOP BROADCASTING!!!! :-)
  10:28pm Matt from Springfield:

"In 2004, while sleeping in a hotel room, a large picture frame fell and struck Teena Marie in the head. The blow caused a serious concussion that would result in momentary seizures for the rest of her life. On the afternoon of December 26, 2010, Teena Marie was found unresponsive by her daughter Alia Rose at her home in Pasadena, California. On December 30, 2010, an autopsy was performed by the Los Angeles County coroner, who found no signs of apparent trauma or discernible cause of death and concluded she had died from natural causes. She had suffered a grand mal epileptic seizure just one month before her death."
  10:28pm Caryn:

Nowadays, this song always reminds me of William Fichtner waiting for the final hurricane in "Invasion"...
  10:29pm Fredericks:

Damn, Clay, I plug in a tape and you play the Doors? I love you, but, you put me through too many changes.
  10:29pm Matt from Springfield:

And Curtis:
"On August 13, 1990, Mayfield was paralyzed from the neck down after stage lighting equipment fell on him at an outdoor concert at Wingate Field in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. He was unable to play guitar, but he wrote, sang, and directed the recording of his last album, New World Order. Mayfield's vocals were painstakingly recorded, usually line-by-line while lying on his back."
  10:30pm Timb:

Ahh, "Riders on the Storm"... I see what you did there. Did you already play "Rock You Like a Hurricane"?
  10:30pm I am Sancho:

Listening in from the other side of the planet. Hope things are settling down there for everybody.
  10:30pm Matt from Springfield:

On the sunny side, I WHOLEHEARTEDLY agree with Fran Blanche: NEVER stop broadcasting, Clay!
Avatar 10:32pm Clay:

Fran ... Larry ... much love. Love to all of you. :>)
  10:32pm Marmalade Kitty:

nice tracks to get home to! Hello Clay, listeners!!
  10:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Ooooh, Joni!
  10:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello Kitty!
Late night for you, along with Other David and Caryn!
  10:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Wm. "Bill" Berger! Great of you to sit down for the Pigeon Treatment! :)
  10:35pm david:

Ridin' the storm
  10:35pm SiHV:

Ah, now Clay starts torturing Wm. Speaking as a Castle fan, I will enjoy this.
  10:35pm Andrea from CT:

Court and Spark! Definitely pledgeworthy! Thanks for keeping the faith, Clay!
  10:36pm Matt from Springfield:

YES! W-M-period, really does your black metal feel good!
  10:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Marilyn Manson IS funny, or at least quite witty!
  10:38pm Matt from Springfield:

The Onion's "Our Dumb Century" -- brilliant!

Well, the sax on "Young Americans" might not have been needed, but the sax on "Walk On The Wild Side" is PERFECT, no question.
  10:40pm Fredericks:

"Pigeon Treatment!" COVER YOUR EYES!
  10:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Blast from the PAST! Courtesy of Jim Price:
  10:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Fredericks: Cover your eyes, but OPEN your mind! :)
  10:41pm Caryn:

Father Damien Karras, Clay!
  10:43pm SiHV:

I've had the same conversations with my kids, and responded basically the same way.
  10:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Vince Furnier FUCKING ROCKS!
  10:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Now THIS is the TNP--the COLLABORATIVE Thursday Night Package!!!
  10:46pm david:

Wm.: another singing partner for Clay! :)
  10:47pm Caryn:

The first album I ever bought myself was Alice Cooper.
  10:48pm M:

This is correct, log cabin gays
  10:48pm david:

A conservative effort
  10:48pm Caryn:

Clay's next marathon premium: an album of duets with other WFMU DJs.
  10:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Although Vince Furnier is apparently a "straight", "country club" Republican personally, but he is a very creative individual, he likes to imagine "shocking" art, and is the intellectual. I'd disagree with him politically but he seems a great guy.
  10:49pm Danne D:

He can go to the county clerk and get an absentee ballot
  10:50pm Caryn:

Hey, maybe Christie recognised Ken from the cycling picture and was inspired to hug him longer than normal...
  10:50pm Danne D:

Friday Saturday Sunday and Monday 8:30-4:30 at a minimum
  10:50pm Matt from Springfield:

@Wm: YES! Like Danne said, VOICE your statement in any case!
  10:51pm Matt from Springfield:

In theory, "average" IQ should be 100. The range of averages would probably be like 90-110.
  10:51pm Pine:

Anyone got a link to that pic of ken cycling in the water?
  10:51pm Stuart:

GREAT show - listening to you from Sydney in Australia.
  10:52pm Caryn:

I think the 2nd term is always easier. No need to be safe to try and secure a second term, you can just go all out and be more daring.
  10:52pm Fuzzy:

between 70 and 130, according to the Wikipedia
  10:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Wooooo! The Pidge communes with the Castle of Quiet!!!
  10:53pm Fran Blanche:

Consensus on genius IQ varies, but of 140 or above is typical.
  10:53pm Skirkie:

Good ramp.
  10:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@Fuzzy: Seems very broad, I thought "special ed" is intended for those below 80.

@Fran: Standard deviation would probably determine some of that, but 140+ is pretty uncommon.
  10:55pm Skirkie:

Ken (for Pine) :

  10:55pm Pine:

@Skirkie Thank you!
  10:56pm Caryn:

And as the years go on, the IQ scale is adjusted because it is assumed that people are getting smarter. Thus, a person who got an IQ of 100 on the scale 20 years ago, would nowadays be way lower on the scale.
  10:56pm Mary Wing:

@Pine: http://blogfiles.wfmu.org/KF/2012/10/31/ken_on_bike.png

I think a Dusty Duets CD is a great premium idea!
  10:56pm Marmalade Kitty:

It's good to hear Clay & Wm together in studio!
  10:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeah, 140 or above would be approx 3 standard deviations from a mean IQ of 100, so that is very very above average.
  10:58pm Pine:

Thanks also Mary Wing :)
  10:58pm Fuzzy:

@Matt: Yeah, thinking about it, 70 does seem a tad low...I thought 100 was supposed to be the mean average.
  11:00pm Bob in NYC:

Thanks for playing the Alice! Here's a pledge for the trouble... Does that have the green label on the vinyl?
  11:00pm Caryn:

100 is the middle IQ level set. 70-75 tends to be considered mentally challenged. 140 is the limit to get into Mensa.
  11:01pm G:

Holy crap, I hear water in the basement!
  11:02pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Uh oh, I hope it's from the Grand Funk song and not flooding! :0
  11:03pm G:

Mhm :-)
  11:05pm Matt from Springfield:

See, "Pavlov's dog", Clay literally salivates at the prospect of Trower!
  11:07pm Matt from Springfield:

"Molly Hatchet: Skynyrd Grave Robbers"!!! That's rude to say since most of them were killed, but that is a good punk attitude!
  11:07pm sFrances:

What a treat to hear Clay late at night!
  11:08pm Wirr.:

Barcelona here too :P
  11:08pm Pine:

So is it likely the posh guy bragging to me about his i.q. of 160 something is a total bullshitter?
  11:08pm Larry In Portland:

Rod Stewart addressed the jizz issue in a recent Rolling Stone.
  11:08pm Maddy from Springfield:

Yeuh! I sooooo wanna meet w U, Clay!!
  11:10pm Caryn:

@Pine: not necessarily, but since IQ levels don't mean a damn in everyday life, it's a sad thing to brag about. So, maybe not a bullshitter, but just pathetic.
  11:10pm Wirr.:

@Pine : He's either bullshitting you or isn't clever enough to know that doing a shitty internet quiz won't give you a legitimate score.
  11:10pm amEdeo:

I used to write strange, mediocre late-night poetry on the comments board under another name.
  11:10pm david:

"now you're going Fabio on me" lol
  11:10pm Jason:

I love all this Clay with the various DJs! It's like getting into the "deep, dark part of the souls" of all the FMU DJs. Don't go anywhere, Mr. Pigeon.
  11:11pm Matt from Springfield:

OMG, amEdeo, "The Toast Whisperer", that was YOU??! ;D
  11:11pm Caryn:

Albert Brooks is fabulous in "Drive"!
  11:12pm G:

@Pine: People with really high IQs normally don't out themselves other than in very specific situations, which don't include impressing casual acquaintances. They learned not to as kids.
  11:12pm seang:

Bronson was cool too
  11:12pm Wirr.:

Wm sounds different than usual. Does he bring a special microphone usually?
  11:12pm Danne D:

Clay sucks in another person :)
  11:13pm david:

Wilfred, with Frodo in it.
  11:13pm G:

He saves his Darth Vader EQ setting for the show :-P
  11:13pm amEdeo:

Alas, I was not The Toast Whisperer. My legacy was but a whimper of unintelligible blah blah BLAH.
  11:15pm Caryn:

I don't go to see dramas or other potentially sad stuff in the cinema, because I cry at the drop of a hat, and I don't want to weep in public.
  11:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: Another one bites the...finely ground clay! :D
  11:15pm G:

William Berger sends peace, love, horror, and gore :-)
  11:16pm Mary Wing:

Wm. ramps like a pro!
  11:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Love and Blood, from Wm. Berger!
  11:17pm Timb:

ahh! molly hatchet!! \m/ \m/
  11:17pm Timb:

not ashamed to say i have this on vinyl.
  11:19pm G:

This song reminds me of smoking out behind the art building in high school, playing three card gut between classes.
  11:20pm Fuzzy:

  11:20pm G:

Didn't Spinal Tap write this? :-)
  11:21pm RCinMT:

Love The Shat version of this (space trauckin'), actually probably even prefer it. Does this mean I'm going to radio hell, eating breakfast at the Pat Boone table?
  11:22pm Caryn:

@G: I think Tufnel wrote this right after he finished "Lick My Love Pump".
  11:23pm david:

  11:23pm Timb:

Crank it up!
  11:24pm david:

not Hendrix!
  11:24pm Marmalade Kitty:

this has such a Hendrix riff to it.. who is it?
Avatar 11:25pm Clay:

Trower Kitty ... TROWER!!!
  11:27pm Timb:

Love that record
  11:27pm G:

Trower, the poor man's Hendrix {ducks}
  11:27pm Pine:

Oh I got a fiver in the bank! Thats like 8 dollars. I'll save it for wm.
  11:28pm Timb:

yeah man don't stop now \m/
  11:28pm Matt from Springfield:

  11:29pm G:

Beavis and Butthead are going nuts right now
  11:29pm Pine:

Priest Rules! Heavy Metal Parking lot!!!
  11:30pm sFrances:

@G, you said "nuts", heh heh
  11:30pm sinister dexter:

fuck yeah! makes all the difference that you are playing this Clay and not some robot ... love it
  11:30pm Caryn:

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Halford is not in the "log cabin" group.
  11:31pm Timb:

Clay, you're relentless! You brute!
  11:31pm Timb:

@sinister dexter i totally agree! love it!
  11:32pm seang:

Mick Mars!
Avatar 11:33pm Clay:

  11:33pm RCinMT:

Feeling the urge to buy a case of hair spray. And spandex.
Avatar 11:33pm Clay:

That's Right Seang ... Mick f'n MARZZZZZ
  11:34pm Pine:

The Dirt was one of the funniest things I've ever read.
  11:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Britny Fox!! A Pidge contribution to our style!
  11:36pm bud dock:

Is the phone off the hook? Pledge by phone?
  11:37pm Caryn:

Which member of MC was it who got a tattoo of Mick Mars on his... I wanna say leg?
  11:38pm sFrances:

Yep,curled up reading & digging the classic rawk. Even if my taste usually runs elsewhere,Clay Classic Rawk is awesome!
  11:38pm john:

Priest...Crue...Foxx...Holy Shit, Long live Clay Pigeon and Long live WFMU.
Avatar 11:39pm Clay:

Savatage ... Tampa ROXX
  11:39pm spud:

Alright, time to spin some Meatmen. War of the Superbikes?
  11:40pm Caryn:

Never mind, googled it myself. Nikki Sixx.
  11:41pm Timb:

Headbanger's Ball up in here!
  11:41pm sFrances:

I would howl if Black Flag 'slip it in' made an appearance.
  11:41pm G:

Heading in that metal direction to transition toward Wm...
  11:42pm john:

From Los Angeles California...........RATT!!!!!!!!!!!
  11:42pm G:

Vinyl, with the warm crackling to tell you it's a loved and authentic initial-release copy
  11:43pm Ken From Hyde Park:

84% and about 17 minutes to go.
  11:45pm john:

JAKE E. LEE for a hot minute as well.
  11:46pm Marmalade Kitty:

I second 'slip it in' !!
  11:47pm G:

That's what *she* said.

Sorry, couldn't resist...
  11:50pm Matt from Springfield:

"Tenacious D" (2001)! Good'un!
  11:51pm sinister dexter:

fuckin real radio .... thanks Clay , thanks Wm.
  11:52pm seang:

  11:54pm Caryn:

Yay, I can still get a couple of hours' sleep! It was totally worth it to stay awake, Clay! Awesome show!
  11:54pm john:

It's a known fact that Dylan tried to court Vito Bratta in 87 for his then touring band. Apparently he dug his whammy bar.
  11:54pm Marmalade Kitty:

is Dylan angry in this track?
  11:57pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Yeah....blasted need for sleep always deprives me of several hours of WFMU each day.
  11:57pm sFrances:

Will there be more Clay @3am? If so, i might stay awake reading . I look forward to hearing a Wm show for the first time as well. Topsy turvy times.
  11:58pm david:

Always remembering
  11:59pm Danne D:

Take care and stay safe folks :)
  11:59pm seang:

great show!
  12:00am Colm:

you're a machine clay!
  12:00am Caryn:

Bye for now, everyone!
  3:47am Chinchilla:

man what a week for FMU. I'm seriously diggin my extra doses of Ken and Clay. Dug the MCOQ set too, was great to finish this beast of an English Paper. Thanks Guys!
  5:40am SFrances:

Dang, i fell asleep before 3am! I was looking forward to Pidge Prog fest!
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