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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Apex  Bangin'   Options   Marine Parade  1999  12"  00:00   
An interview with Scott on 26th St., Manhattan
1The Cast of Glee  Don't Stop Believin' (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options   Columbia  2009  CD  00:41  0:00:41 (Pop‑up)
Apex  Bangin' (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options   Marine Parade  2009  12"  00:57  0:00:57 (Pop‑up)
Where are you Steve Perry? (Listen to this set: Pop‑up)
The Doors  Break on Through (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Weird Scenes Inside The Goldmine  Elektra  1972  LP box set  01:18  0:01:18 (Pop‑up)
Fleetwood Mac  Don't Stop (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Rumours  Warner Bros.   1977    01:32  0:01:32 (Pop‑up)
Scott's Holiday Message
Journey  Don't Stop Believin' (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Captured  CBS  1981  LP  01:45  0:01:45 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Ivan (Warehouse Mgr.) on 27th St. Manhattan
Jamey Aebersold  Bebop Tune (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The II-V7-I Progression  JA  1974  LP  03:08  0:03:08 (Pop‑up)
What Are YOU Listening to These Days?

Tell me ... dusty@wfmu.org

What DO YOU Really Dig?
Martin Denny  Similau (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Exotica  Liberty  1957  LP  03:38  0:03:38 (Pop‑up)
A Big Fan of Pharoah Sanders
Ornette Coleman  Wru   Options   Atlantic   1962    04:04   
Ivan's Holiday Message
Pharoah Sanders  Colors   Options Karma  ABC/Impulse  1969  LP  04:38   
Timothy Leary Speaks About LSD on The Merv Griffen Show (1966)
An Interview with John in front of Penn Station
Return To Forever  Space Circus Part II   Options Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy  Polygram  1973  LP  05:52   
The Marcels  Blue Moon   Options Now Appearing The Marcels  Collectibles  2005  CD-R  06:29 - Recorded in 1961   
The Good Old Stuff
Ill Al Skratch  The Brooklyn Uptown Connection   Options   Mercury  1994  12"  06:48   
John's Holiday Message
George Bennette  Le Nombre Leger   Options George Bennette Plays The Preludes Of Messiaen, The Fantasy Pieces Of Del Tredici, And Portrait By Helps  Desto   ?  LP  07:05   
Danny and the Juniors  Let's Go To The Hop (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options At The Hop!  Brookville  Not Listed  LP box set  07:34  0:07:34 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Ebonee in front of Madison Square Garden
Erykah Badu  Tyrone (Instrumental) (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options   Universal  1997  12"  08:52  0:08:52 (Pop‑up)
Vibey and Down
Sammy Davis, Jr.  Smile Darn You Smile (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Many Faces of Sammy Davis Jr.  Pickwick/33  1965  LP  09:32 - The Tap Dancer is Sammy  0:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Step Up http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Step_Up_(film)
Rush  XVY (Excerpt)   Options Moving Pictures  Polygram  1981  LP  09:57   
Ebonee's Holiday Message
Erykah Badu  Tyrone (Live Clean) (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options   Universal  1997  12"  10:06  0:10:06 (Pop‑up)
  rough edits. jeez.
An Interview with Roman (Writer, Designer)
Jamey Aebersold  6/8 Modal Blues   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  ?  LP  11:41   
Help for The Rockaways and the Homeless
  That hurricane sound effect was a bit loud!
Hermeto Pascoal  The Love Flower   Options   Cobblestone  1975  LP  12:50   
Julie Music! (Dark Knight of the Soul!)
Apex  Bangin'   Options   Marine Parade  1999  12"  13:53   
That Goth Gene
Sisters of Mercy  Lucretia My Reflection   Options   Elektra / Asylum  1988  12"     
An Interview with Alan
George Bennette  Chant de Extase dans un paysage triste   Options George Bennette Plays The Preludes Of Messiaen, The Fantasy Pieces Of Del Tredici, And Portrait By Helps  Desto  Not Listed  LP  15:41   
BB King  The Thrill Is Gone   Options Completely Well  ABC Bluesway  1969  LP  15:56   
Alan's Holiday Message
Buddy Guy  Hoochie Coochie Man   Options Carlos Santana Presents Blues at Montreux 2004: Buddy Guy, Clarence Gatemouth Brown (DVD 3)    2004  DVD  16:19   
An Interview with Ellen in Penn Station
Oregon  Land Of Hearts Desire   Options Music Of Another Present Era  Vanguard  1972  LP  17:44   
Not Listed  Track 6   Options Finally ... A Production Library That Sounds Great!  Network Whisper Disc  1984  LP  18:06   
The Seminar
What's The Best Thing About Philadelphia?
Kinda Boring
Yngwie J. Malmsteen  Trilogy Suite Op:5   Options Trilogy  Polygram  1986  LP  18:52   
David Bowie Interview Excerpt from the Russell Harty Show
Ellen's Holiday Message
Spyrogyra  Morning Dance   Options   MCA  1979  LP  Morning Dance   
An Interview with Johnny and ??? at Penn Station
Alfred Newman  Ada Quonsett - Stowaway   Options "Airport" Motion Picture Soundtrack  Decca  1970  LP  19:58   
The Supremes  Reflections   Options   Motown  1967  45  20:05   
Public Enemy  Contract On The World Love Jam   Options Fear Of A Black Planet  Def Jam  1990  LP  20:56   
Public Enemy  Anti-N----- Machine   Options Fear Of A Black Planet  Def Jam  1990  LP  21:34   
Offshore  Aneurysm   Options Aneurysm  Big Dada  2010  12"  21:59   
LL Cool J  Mama Said Knock You Out   Options Mama Said Knock You Out  Def Jam  1990  LP  22:07   
Johnny and ?'s Holiday Message
Jamey Aebersold  G-Minor Blues   Options The II-V7-I Progression  JA  1974  LP  22:30   
Devadip Carlos Santana and Turiya Alice Coltrane  Illuminations   Options Illuminations  Columbia  1974  LP  22:56   
An Interview with Matt in Penn Station
Checkfield  Crystal Waters   Options Water Wind and Stone  American Gramophone  1986  12"  23:20   
Bill Black Combo  Yogi   Options Bill Black's Greatest Hits  Hi  1961  LP  23:32   
The Beach Boys  Little Surfer Girl (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Chart Busters Volume 3  Capitol  1963  LP  24:11  0:24:22 (Pop‑up)
David Houston & Tammy Wynette  My Elusive Dreams (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Very Best of Country - Country's Greatest Love Songs  Columbia House  1972  LP box set  24:56  0:24:56 (Pop‑up)
Reggae Groove by Daniel and Allessandro Cianferoni (Youtube)
Bruce Springsteen  Badlands (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Darkness On The Edge Of Town  Columbia  1978    25:44  0:25:44 (Pop‑up)
Matt's Holiday Message
Recording outside in loud environments is challenging for my micro-cassette. It accounts for loud edits and dismays me to no end, !
An Interview with Sarah in Penn Station
Return To Forever  Space Circus Part II   Options Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy  Polygram  1973  LP  27:07   
Vivien Leigh - Marigold Sharman  Excerpt (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Antony and Cleopatra  Living Shakespeare  1962  LP  27:27  0:27:27 (Pop‑up)
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP  28:08   
Lady Gaga  Paparazzi (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Lady Gaga The Remixes  Streamline  2009  LP  28:36  0:28:36 (Pop‑up)
Sarah's Holiday Message
Queen  Good King Rat (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Queen  Elektra  1973  LP  30:02  0:30:02 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Carrie + A Little Mary in Penn Station
Gryphon  Checkmate   Options Red Queen to Gryphon Three  Bell  1974  LP  31:08   
Whaddaya Talk excerpt from The Music Man
Joe Scott and His Orchestra  Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head   Options Motion Pictures - The Now Generation  Mainstream  Not Listed  LP  31:34   
Carrie and Mary's Holiday Messages
Marlon Brando and Jean Simmons from "Guys and Dolls" Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 1955
Vivien Leigh  I'll Know   Options Guys and Dolls (Soundtrack)  Decca  1955  LP     
Public Address Announcer at Penn Station
Meredith WIllson  Rock Island (The Traveling Salesmen) - Excerpt   Options The Music Man (Original Soundtrack)  Warner Bros.  1962  LP     
Interview with an Homeless Man in Penn Station
Yngwie J. Malmsteen  Magic Mirror   Options Trilogy  Polygram  1986  LP  33:45   
Tito Puente and His Orchestra  El Coyuco   Options Dance Mania  RCA Victor  1958  LP  34:38   
Tito Puente and His Orchestra  Llego Mijan   Options Dance Mania  RCA Victor  1958  LP  34:48   
Apex  Bangin'   Options   Marine Parade  1999  12"  35:00   
Van Halen  Runnin' With The Devil   Options Van Halen  Warner Bros.  1978  LP  35:21   
On The Street
Douglas Trowbridge  Farewell   Options Meadowlark Sampler 1985  Meadowlark  1985  LP  36:44   
Scape One    Planet Funk Express (Journey 3)  Elektrix  2003  12"  36:58   
An Interview with Yolanda in Penn Station
Teddy Pendergrass  Turn Off The Lights   Options Teddy  Philadelphia International  1979  LP  37:27   
Roughest Edit in History!
Yolanda's Holiday Message
Miguel  Adorn   Options Kaleidescope Dream  RCA  2012  CD  37:57   
Jamey Aebersold  F With A Bridge   Options The II-V7-I Progression  JA  1974  LP  38:51   
Jamey Aebersold  Long-Meter Jazz Rock   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  ?  LP  39:33   
The Partridge Family  Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted   Options Up To Date  Bell  1971  LP  39:42   
The Band of the Coldstream Guards  The Yeoman of the Guard   Options Hire's Presents RCA Victor's Sound Spectacular for 1959  RCA Victor  1959  LP  40:22   
WW II War Re-Enactor and Historian
Joe's Holiday Message
Alfred Newman  Ada Quonsett - Stowaway   Options Airport (Original Soundtrack Album)  Decca  1970    41:17   
Brian Setzer  Jingle Bells   Options Boogie Woogie Christmas  Surfdog  2002  CD  41:31   
An Interview with Jim from the East Village in Penn Station
Apex  Bangin'   Options   Marine Parade  1999  12"  42:06   
Howard Cosell Broadcasts News of The Death of John Lennon During Monday Night Football - 12-8-80. Courtesy of ABC Sports
Jim's Holiday Message
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP  43:35   
The Plastic Ono Band  Give Peace A Chance   Options Live Peace In Toronto 1969  Apple  1969  LP  43:44   
Cy Coleman  Reverie In Topaz   Options The Ages of Rock  MGM  ?  LP  46:31   
How's That Pizza? An Interview with James in Penn Station
Jamey Aebersold  Bebop Tune   Options The II-V7-I Progression  JA  1974  LP  47:01   
Giants Defeat Patriots - Chris Berman on the Call for ESPN
The Cars  Touch and Go   Options Panorama  Elektra / Asylum  1980  LP  47:37   
Son of the Electric Ghost  Rejected, Repossessed   Options   Bless  2004  EP  48:05   
Pennywise  Homesick   Options Unknown Road  Epitaph  1993  LP  48:18   
Son of the Electric Ghost  Rejected, Repossessed   Options   Bless  2004  EP  48:29   
Cannibal Corpse  Make Them Suffer   Options Kill  Stomp  2006  CD  49:03   
Synergy (Larry Fast)  Phobos And Diemos Go To Mars   Options Cords  Passport  1978  LP  49:39   
Culture Club  I'll Tumble For Ya   Options Kissing To Be Clever  Epic  1982  LP  49:51   
Jamey Aebersold  Long-Meter Jazz Rock   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  ?  LP  50:00   
Paul Simon  Graceland   Options Graceland  Warner Bros.  1986  LP  50:37   
Jamey Aebersold  Bebop Tune   Options The II-V7-I Progression  JA  1974  LP  51:12   
The Commodores  Brick House   Options All The Great Hits  Motown  1982  LP  51:46   
Led Zeppelin  Immigrant Song   Options Led Zeppelin III  Atlantic  1970  LP  52:32   
Son of the Electric Ghost  Rejected, Repossessed   Options   Bless  2004  EP  53:23   
Afroman  Palmdale Pimp   Options Frobama  Universal  2008  CD  55:27   
Andy's Beard
Dave Brubeck Trio  Perfidia   Options Always      LP     
  Thanks for listening to this episode of The Dusty Show! I hope you enjoyed it. It was fun to do a music-oriented program and to hear everybody's differing tastes in music. We are doing our 'Logging' shows now, where we have to log every little bit of music we play, so for me, it is quite a challenge. Worked on this playlist from 9pm - 2am!!!! SO GLAD IT'S DONE! Anyway ... that said, I hope you continue to tune in and that I can count on you to be back next Thursday for another episode of TDS. Email me! I never hear from you.


Until next time, take care and ...

Always Remember

Clay Pigeon NYCUSA Pearl Harbor Day 2012 ... Remembering those brave men and women who perished on that day which will live ... in infamy. Peace.


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Listener comments!

  6:04pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Luckily listening to WFMU right now.
Avatar 6:04pm Pidge:

Hello There!
  6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Keep your Pidge in the Fridge -- stays fresh longer!
Hi Clay, Phillip and everyone! Let's DO this!
Avatar 6:05pm Pidge:

Hey Phillip!
  6:05pm Pine:

Smooooooth :)
  6:05pm Carmichael:

Hey now, Clay. Martin Denny!
  6:05pm Frances from RVA:

Howdy! I'm sitting back & having a drink right now. ;)
  6:05pm Listener John:

Hello, Clay! I'm glad it's 6 pm on Thursday once again . . .
  6:05pm kata:

  6:05pm Caryn:

I must confess, I suddenly became a Journey fan a few years ago. I blame "Scrubs" constantly playing Journey tracks during episodes.
  6:05pm steve:

great show topic!
  6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

"Glee" - it's like "The Monkees" of our generation, but they don't even have original songs - they just cover existing ones! But, your mileage may vary. More power to 'em.
Avatar 6:06pm Pidge:

Matt, Pine, Carmichael, Frances with the drink ... HELLO!
  6:06pm kata:

I already love this show today Clay !
  6:06pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Anything on Brubeck tonight?
  6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Howdy Frances! kata! Carm! John! Caryn! Pine! Steve!
  6:06pm Carmichael:

And I had such high hopes for you, Caryn ... :-)
Avatar 6:06pm Pidge:

Caryn from Finland is baaaack! Kata! Steve. All are welcome here.
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

@Phillip: Chevy Chase just received a bulletin that Dave Brubeck is *still* dead... :)
  6:08pm BSI:

Great Pharaoh Sanders bit just there.
  6:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Have you recd' Caryn the psychedelic Beach Boys albums yet? At least balance one out with another :)
Avatar 6:08pm Pidge:

  6:09pm Frances from RVA:

re: Glee, the best thing about it that it gives kids (gay & not gay) positive gay characters and role models to hopefully chip away at high school bullying. OK, off my soapbox ;)
  6:09pm Caryn:

@Carmichael: heh. Maybe I shouldn't even mention how the same thing happened with Styx. Only with that, I blame "Freaks & Geeks", "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "South Park". Damn you, tv!
@Matt: I'm a huge Beach Boys fan, actually. "Surf's Up" is their best.
  6:09pm Frances from RVA:

ps: as for what I've been listening to a lot of latey: Clay Pigeon sings Classic Rock! (& Palomar is always in rotation in my world)
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Problem solved then!

@Frances: True, as I said not for me, but more power to 'em. Say, what's your drink? ;)
  6:12pm listener David:

Here is a link to the girl you just interviewed http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2919721/?ref_=fn_al_nm_5
  6:12pm Caryn:

@Frances: actually, all the worst, most violent bullies in "Glee" were closeted gays, and every gay character is either a tortured victim or a saint. It's just a torture-porn version of reality that has alienated a lot of gay fans. *Off my own soapbox now*
  6:12pm BSI:

And hurrah for the Ornette reference. His NEW YORK IS NOW! record changed my damned life. a very long time ago.
  6:12pm Pine:

I've been listening to a lot of Gwar, they seem to keep popping up everywhere at the minute.
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Erykah Badu's "Tyrone"! Thanks for revealing another bit of your behind-the-scenes, Clay!
I LOVE that instrumental as a segue!
  6:12pm kat330:

Hi, Clay! Hiya, Pidgers all!
  6:13pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Matt, do you know if Chevy Chase owns every apartment complex in the country?
Avatar 6:13pm Pidge:

Surf's Up ... sigh. Perfect song.

@Pine ... Listener David ... good to see you back!
  6:13pm Philo Gristle:

Greets Clay & The Gang!
  6:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Whoa David! Are you sure that was Eboné Johnson? If so that could be the same one!

Hi, Pidger kat!
  6:14pm Andrew Waterloo:

I thought the first 6 episodes of Glee were amazing. After that, seemed to deal with social problems in a monster-of-the-week kind of way and it was often very superficial and dumbed down.
  6:14pm Carmichael:

OK Caryn, now you're redeemed. I'm a huge Beach Boys fan, which I think is required for Californians.
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

And hi Philo!
hyvää itsenäisyyspäivä kaikille! :)
Avatar 6:14pm Pidge:

Philo! indiana wants me ... Lord I can't go back there ... who was that ... Dean somebody.
  6:15pm kat330:

Hi, Pidger Matt! We're having TilApiCOs -- yes, my "go-to" yet again! Had been planning a far more special anniversary dinner, but wasn't in the mood the past couple of days, and then it was too late. But we ♥ our fish tacos! :)
  6:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Sisters of Mercy! Upside Down Bat Music, sneaking its way into the Dusty Show yet again!
  6:15pm Carmichael:

R. Dean Taylor. On Motown, believe it or not.
Avatar 6:15pm Pidge:

Kat330. Thanks for listening!
  6:16pm northguineahills:

Holy crap, I love Sisters of Mercy!
Avatar 6:16pm Pidge:

TY Carm, that's it. LOVE that song.
  6:16pm Frances from RVA:

@Caryn: I admit, I haven't seen it beyond the first season, so point taken! You're right: victim/saint is no more helpful than madonna/whore. We can share this soapbox!

@Matt: old lady drink: wine + a dash of ginger ale for fizz & a dash of pomegranate juice.

(back to working on photos)
  6:16pm green mountain man mark:

Did Clay really think that this would be a simple and light show for a change? It always turns existential with Clay's shows.
  6:17pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Didn't expect a little Sisters of Mercy there.
Avatar 6:17pm Pidge:

North Guinea ... they do sound good!
  6:17pm kat330:

Impressive Finnish, Matt! You did hear it's Finnish Independence Day today? (The day Philo lost his ;)
  6:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Tilapico! Sounds like a place name of Native American origin :)

And, I did see your earlier comment: HAPPY Meeting-on-the-Web Anniversary to kat and Philo! The Web has been around awhile, looking back now!
  6:17pm listener David:

@ Matt. Seems to be. The film listed was the one she said she was in.
Avatar 6:17pm Pidge:

Green Mountain Man ...just your name makes me want to ski. Too bad it's 60 here every other day! Sigh.
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Oooof! Burn on your husband! :)
Courtesy of listener Fred von Helsing earlier.
  6:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Such is life, mark. Such is life.
  6:19pm green mountain man mark:

The thing that cracks me up the most is that Clay seems to be very existential and even serious with his own show but when he is on other shows he comes around as crazy and zany and evocative. Can he do one of his shows on the street the same way he behaves talking with Fabio?
  6:21pm Philo Gristle:

Eating, thus not typing, but thanks Matt! 15 years and counting.
  6:21pm Ike:

WJJZ? Ha ha! That station has been gone for YEARS!

Philly doesn't even have a 24-hour public jazz station any more. Temple Univ.'s station used to be a good one, but now it's classical days, jazz at night.
  6:21pm kat330:

Yeah, Matt, Philo just translated. And online romances can go back much further than that (as you *know* you stinker ;) to 1985!
  6:21pm Caryn:

@Frances: yeah, I nowadays follow "Glee" simply for the occasional guest star and to see how the songs are. Occasionally they're good, e.g. the Adele mash-up was excellent.
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

@mark: A deep, reflective and often worried mind, much like mine. But also like me, I try to have fun with life and with myself. I even adopted a motto that explains this dichotomy:

"Think Seriously, Act Deliriously!" :D
  6:22pm kat330:

Happy I-day to you, Caryn! Storm is long gone now, I hope?
  6:22pm northguineahills:

mercurial torrents of happiness for kat y philo!
Avatar 6:22pm Pidge:

  6:22pm Phillip in San Antonio:

A lot of great music you are running into Clay.
  6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: BBS, was it? That's how far back your social networking goes, you were active in some sort of PRE Internet!
  6:23pm Fredericks:

Pidge! Bhurd-watchers (in your minds)! Hello!
  6:23pm RCinMT:

Love this show. Makes the fact I got an XL ladies wfmu seem not all that important ;)
  6:23pm Frances from RVA:

@Green Mountain: It WOULD be funny to hear Clay just asking everyone on the street, "Did you 'make' today?"

@Caryn: will look for the Adele mashup. I checked out their version of Psy's song on YouTube.
  6:24pm Caryn:

@kat: well, it's over Sweden now. 30 cm of snow in one night, apparently. Stopped some guests from coming to the president's I-day party.
Avatar 6:24pm Pidge:

Hey old pal! What's up Fredericks?
  6:24pm kat330:

Yes, a very unique setup for the non-campus folk.

Hi, Fredericks!

Matt! :)
Avatar 6:24pm Pidge:

Snow. Bring it ON!
  6:25pm kat330:

Your storms usually travel east to west? I guess ours mostly go across west to east, with obvious exceptions like Sandy and nor'easters.
  6:25pm kat330:

The BBs! Thank you, Clay!
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Speaking of "Glee" however. I found a breakthrough in my personal genealogy yesterday, thus confirming my descent from a particular person. I was thus able to decisively link myself with a "Glee" hearthrob star, Chord Overstreet.

(Also then to his Dad, country singer Paul Overstreet. Clay probably knows of him)
  6:26pm Fredericks:

My interest, Clayton. Hello Kat.
  6:26pm Carmichael:

There you are folks: The Boys of the Beach.
Avatar 6:26pm Pidge:

You're welcome Kat330. Wish I had three hours so I could play whole songs!
Avatar 6:27pm Pidge:

Fredericks, I almost put that Wilburn Burchette on ebay!
  6:27pm Caryn:

@kat: well, they can go either way. I think most are west-to-east, but we get east-west, north-south etc. ones too. This one came from the southwest, hung around, and then apparently went west again. I think it's just circling aimlessly.
  6:27pm kat330:

@Carm: Speaking of storms, did you personally get clobbered? Kept hearing Sacramento was a mess.
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@Pidge: You (and we!) were cheated out of a night of quality Hurricane programming this year!
  6:28pm Frances from RVA:

Badlands=still one of my all time fave Springsteen songs
Avatar 6:28pm Pidge:

That was frustrating, Matt
Avatar 6:29pm Pidge:

It's a great one, Frances. Saw a recent doc about the making of Darkness on the Edge of Town. Really good. Made me jealous of real Jerseyites.
  6:29pm kat330:

@Pidge: [muchly impressed, too, that you're spelling my handle w/o that extra "t" -- any idea why you saw it that way? Or it had a meaning for you?
  6:30pm Caryn:

With Springsteen, I'm firmly in the "Thunder Road", "The River", "Born to Run" corner. That's the top 3, in descending order.
  6:30pm Philo Gristle:

Genealogy, Matt? During my visit earlier this year I heard there were shamans, dukes and bootleggers in my lineage. I became interested to the extend there were photos, and trying to figure out who's who. Have a daguerrotype of a great grandfather!
Avatar 6:30pm Pidge:

I think KATT is Philo's wife, right?
  6:30pm kat330:

Queen, Lady Gaga -- yep, high drama fit for a Shakespearean actor.
  6:30pm Matt from Springfield:

We still thank you for standing watch and guarding the dark station. Your "Magic of Clay" may very well have prevented even further damage, from a flood....
  6:31pm seang:

Howdy Clay and all listeners around the globe!
  6:31pm kat330:

kat330 is. I dunno who KATT is??
  6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: That's great! And hey, they have bootleggers over there too!
Avatar 6:31pm Pidge:

Seang ... welcome!

@Matt ... Don't forget Therese in that equation. She was braver and bolder than I!
  6:32pm moose:

  6:32pm northguineahills:

Goodnight, y'all, gotta boing outta of here, whatever that means...
wasn't KATT an 80s xtian hair metal band? ;)
Avatar 6:33pm Pidge:

Mooseful thing! Welcome!
  6:33pm Frances from RVA:

@Pidge: I'll have to look for that documentary!
My Iowan husband is also yearning for SNOW.
  6:33pm Carmichael:

@kat: Yes, we got pounded for about 3 days straight. Lots of flooding, but nothing like Jersey. Now it's just cold and grey.
  6:33pm Bad Ronald:

Dropping in to say I love the whimsical nature of today's broadcast. Yes, those Wilson brothers sure could croon and vintage Queen too! Keep up the great work. Thanks!
  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: This is before my time, but my going theory is the show "Knight Rider" -- I thought the talking William Daniels car was K.A.T.T. (actually, it's K.I.T.T.)
  6:34pm Caryn:

I just bought the "Guys & Dolls" original soundtrack for 99 cents at a sale. And a 3-disc collection of music from Brando movies.
Avatar 6:34pm Pidge:

@Northguineahills ... that was KIX. Have a good night!
  6:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Goodnight NGH!
  6:35pm kat330:

@ngh: OK, that's as clear as hair gel! G'night, and have a restful, sweet dreamy one!
Avatar 6:35pm Pidge:

My wife and I just watched Apocalypse Now Redux, Caryn. Loved it, but I prefer the original edited version. They did such a good job. Hearts of Darkness is excellent, too.
  6:35pm Carmichael:

oh God, KIX! What a memory. Caly, do yo remember Nutz? As Far As the Eye Can See?
  6:35pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Noooooooooooooooo! I admit to seeing the hoffmeister show more than once, once upon a time.
  6:36pm kat330:

@Matt: I first thought he simply considered me a mouthy female adjunct to mouthy Matt. :) But then Aurélie used that spelling as well. Just curious, as cats, kats and even katts will be.
  6:37pm Frances from RVA:

& "Runnin' w/the Devil"=one of my favorite VHalen songs. Granted, I don't know much beyond their first lp...
  6:37pm Caryn:

@Clay: yeah, Redux has interesting additions, but I too prefer the original. And the documentary. Man, that shoot was a nightmare.
  6:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Pidge: I got my Dad that version once for Christmas--he liked it, but commented that scenes are in a diff sequence from the original cut, or something like that.

@Philo: Check the Philippines, they're prob STILL re-running those there! Along with original "Dallas", "Denver"... :)
  6:39pm Carmichael:

Hearts of Darkness. What an incredible documentary. When you realize how the Sheen scene in front of the mirror was created, it changes your whole outlook.
  6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

TEDDY!! Get the good people in the MOOD! RIP...great not just solo, but also with Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.
  6:39pm Caryn:

@Philo: did you ever do the joke lyrics to the "Knight Rider" theme? "Käkkäräpää, käkkäräpää, naisia metsästää..."
  6:40pm Philo Gristle:

Eleanor Coppola's book on it, NOTES, is well worth reading too.
  6:40pm Frances from RVA:

the novella Heart of Darkness by Conrad is an amazing read as well.
  6:41pm Marmalade Kitty:

That last guy who went to the bathroom sounded like Barry White..
  6:41pm Frances from RVA:

sorry for the shouting, but it was a joyful shout!
  6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

Greets, Kitty!
  6:42pm david:

hi all, sorry I'm tardy
  6:42pm Philo Gristle:

@Caryn I was JUST telling Kat how I now will blame Matt the rest of the evening for installing that annoyingly catchy tune to my brain. But no, I didn't. Ha!
  6:42pm Matt from Springfield:

@Frances: My Dad has rec'd the novel to me--I don't get around to reading fiction much but that remains on my list.
  6:43pm david:

Brian Setzer now there's a musician
  6:43pm Fredericks:

What's Wilburn Burchette going for?

KATT may be a radio station.
  6:43pm Marmalade Kitty:


Hi Clay, Matt & everyone!!!
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@david: You're never tardy, if it's a party!
@Philo: Oh well--listen to something else stupidly catchy to get it out of your head! ;)
  6:44pm Caryn:

@Frances: oh man, my university English Lit. studies included a whole "Heart of Darkness and its' connections with medieval mythology" portion...
  6:44pm kat330:

I recall a very interesting Fresh Air interview with Walter Murch (sound design) on the filming of "Apocalypse Now."
  6:45pm kat330:

@david: Are you also the "other david"?
Avatar 6:45pm Pidge:

@Frederixx - $75-ish. But I don't have the psychedelic booklet. Too bad. Wouldn't sell it anyway ......... keeping you in mind.
  6:45pm david:

That it is, MFS :)
  6:46pm david:

No Kat, I believe o.d. is from across the pond...
  6:46pm Philo Gristle:

Big fan of Conrad; last read was sections of Mirror of the Sea, autobio on his experiences as a captain. But I'll read any oldtimey maritime adventures...
  6:46pm Frances from RVA:

Hi Ms Kitty!

@Matt: It's a super quick read.

@Caryn: That sounds like a dream come true for me! I read it in university too, but minus those amazing connections. I did take a great medieval studies course: less Chaucer and more medieval women mystics,etc which was considered a radical course back in the 1980's. ha.
  6:47pm kat330:

OK, well, greets to you! :) Just hadn't seen OD on any list in a while.
  6:47pm Carmichael:

@Matt: You should read everything by Conrad. There's a 4 story novella out there with The Secret Sharer, Typhoon, and I can't remember the other 2. Besides Heart of Darkness, Nostromo and The Secret Agent are must-reads.
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Actually, "david" is the regular, "vanilla" david. As opposed to: Dave B, Dave E, Listener Dave from Seattle, Dave from Upstate?, etc...that's why OD works as a moniker. Are you __ david? "No, I'm the *other* david" :)
  6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Carm!
  6:49pm david:

ah, reverie... yeah, where is o.d.? long live all the davids/daves - we represent on the playlists!
  6:49pm Frances from RVA:

"Do you listen to the old Boston bands? SS Decontrol, Mission of Burma?" (hee)
  6:49pm david:

vanilla I am not, Matt... more like boysenberry! ;)
  6:50pm Tommy Chong:

Dave's not here man.
  6:50pm kat330:

David is a great name so there should be multitudes. So is Michael (all IMO, of course).
  6:50pm seang:

went to a metal show the other week, High on Fire, they rocked!
  6:51pm Carmichael:

OD is our man in Ireland.
  6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Boysenberry david! Delish! :)
  6:51pm Philo Gristle:

I'll second carm, but HoD is the easy quick place to start. I started with Typhoon, equally brief. Narcissus was probably one of the 4 story batch.I may have that paperback.
  6:51pm steve:

Clay i like your between-interview techno! but i guess you didn't find any other techno fans?
  6:51pm kat330:

Mr. Chong, Daily Show had a great bit about medical marijuana for seniors the other night -- maybe last night? I haven't had much sleep and did not get a katnap today. :,
  6:51pm david:

lol Tommy
  6:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Graceland! Classy solo-Paul selection if I do say so myself, Pidge!
  6:52pm French Canadien Bad Boy:

"I do not listen to 311."
  6:52pm david:

you'll find Davids and Daves to generally be of upstanding character
  6:52pm Philo Gristle:

Our Man In Ireland. Ok, how about Graham Greene for some good classic fiction?
  6:52pm kat330:

Who here has been to Graceland? (holding up my hand)
Avatar 6:52pm Pidge:

I like it too, Steve. Found a collection of 23 of those 12" discs in a Salvation Army. Check out the E-23 episode.
  6:53pm david:

mighty mighty
Avatar 6:53pm Pidge:

Holding up hand. The Platinum Tour, including the Lisa Marie, Elvis' jet. Loved it!
  6:53pm HAL:

"I'm afraid I can't do that, Dave."
  6:54pm kat330:

Clay, just for Philo and Caryn -- viking rock!
  6:54pm steve:

whoa! thanks Clay, i guess i missed that show
  6:54pm Tommy Chong:

What are you insinuating kat330?
  6:54pm Carmichael:

Yes, I've been to the Elvis shrine. All foreigners must visit soon after touching down in the US. You know who you are ....
Avatar 6:55pm Pidge:

I am Danish. Wife is Norwegian. Scando-R-Us!
  6:55pm kat330:

@Pidge: My older sister and I took the road trip from Lullville there in the mid-90s. She's the super Elvis fan, but I had a really good time.
  6:55pm david:

"I used to be a king" excellent Nash solo song
  6:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Avatar 6:55pm Pidge:

Gotta Run! Stay tuned for the TNP! Love you guys. Have a great weekend. See U next time.
Take care and ... always remember!
  6:56pm Frances from RVA:

I visited Graceland in 1989 or so, his Great Aunt was still living there & we saw her on the back patio!
  6:56pm Philo Gristle:

My dad had over 100 Elvis albums. Kat & I drove by Graceland.
  6:56pm Carmichael:

See you all later. Keep your teeth clean!
  6:56pm kat330:

Philo was US naturalized in 2007, so he *should* have visited right after the ceremony, but he's still not been there (other than passing by) in our trip to Nawlis and Memphis 2008.
  6:57pm Frances from RVA:

Have a great weekend! Always remember. We'll be buying our Christmas tree on Dec 8th. , nice tribute to peace I guess?
  6:57pm kat330:

@Carm: Keep your feet dry! 'Night!
  6:57pm Philo Gristle:

When he was working in Russia we sold them all for one month's rent. Sniff.
  6:58pm kat330:

New Orleans, of course.

Speaking of GREAT David's.... R.I.P....

Have a good one everyone! Thank you Mr. Pidge, as usual!
  6:58pm Philo Gristle:

G'nite, owl. Total Recall.
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Fun comments, a suitably crowded party here tonight!
Take care! Preserve your memories!
  6:59pm david:

case in point kat, rip indeed - always remember
  6:59pm Caryn:

@PG: oh man, that's awful...

And thanks, Clay and everyone! Nice to be listening live after a long break.
  6:59pm kat330:

Kauniita unia, Vikings!
  7:00pm Philo Gristle:

Not as bad as what happened to his Beatles singles.....
  7:00pm Caryn:

Kauniita unia, oman kullan kuvia!
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