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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!
August 29, 2013: Story ... The Dead Deer + 5 Quasi-Essential Flea Market Finds!
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The Dead Deer - A Story by Clay Pigeon (Music from Various Sources - old LPs.)
|Not sure why I subject you to these stories. Usually it's when I haven't worked up the gumprion to do street interviews and I don't feel like going live, taking calls, etc. I don't have the highest opinion of my writing. Like most things I try, I am good at initially spitting some stuff out, but as far as rewrites, second drafts, shoring up story lines, improving things, I lose the ambition and move on to the next half-baked idea. This story is OK. The ending though ... I mean, it could have been better. As one listener commented, "you've strayed into Stephen King territory." Maybe not in a good way, either. At any rate, I hope you enjoy it. CP|
|Strobe||Believe It||Euphoria||Quark||1991||12"||Produced by Strobe - Flea Market find. $1|
|American Flyer||The Good Years||Spirit of a Woman||United Artists||1977||LP||Doug Yule on bass of Velvet Underground fame. Quite a departure.|
|Michael Quatro||Ancient Ones||Dancers, Romancers, Dreamers & Schemers||United Artists||1976||LP||Featuring David Surkamp of Pavlov's Dog! - Michael Quatro is Suzy Quatro's brother.|
|brutal editing ...|
|Flight 69||Gotta Take Her Home||Specialty Records Corp.||1997||12"||Test Pressing - recorded in Oliphant, PA|
|Black Oak Arkansas||The Big One's Still Coming||Keep The Faith||ATCO||1972||LP||Love this! Saw Mott (post Ian Hunter/Mick Ralphs Mott The Hoople with Nigel Benjamin on vocals) open for Black Oak Arkansas in the mid-70's. Somebody threw a firecracker and it blew up right by my ear. All I could hear after that was ringing. I left without seeing Black Oak. Bummer.|
|... or maybe Mott opened for Skynyrd, can't recall. Too fuzzy. Anyway, my friend Curt turned me on to BOA before they were famous. Love Jim Dandy Mangrum;s crazy voice.|
|So that's it! Another show in the can. Listener comments waaaaaay down the past couple of weeks, as if JD Sumner was singing the Arbitrons. My fault. Just not delivering prime product. Too lazy. Lost it. Past my prime. Run its course, all that. See you next week, though! I'll keep digging for gold and unearthing more pyrite than you can shake a stick at! That's what we do here at The Dusty Show. And I use the editorial "we" liberally, to spread the blame around. Love ya! Keep listening. It's going to get better and worse and everything in between. Always remember.|