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Options September 5, 2013: Jobin's Mother - Syria Stuff - Flea Market Gold

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Jobin's Mother ... words/music, Clay Pigeon ---- rain recorded in the Catskills - Labor Day 2013
  I tend to write stories quickly, then voice them and and air them without delay. I suppose I fear that if I thought about it too long, I'd second-guess myself out of ever playing them on the radio. I could certainly do to re-write, take more time, fix plotholes, and generally improve them. In the case of Jobin's Mother, I explored familiar horror, sci-fi, midwestern gothic themes. I tried to read this story with my real voice. Then I read it with the faux British voice. I think it might have been better Americanized, because it's a bit confusing as to why a British narrator would be telling such an American tale. That said, I hope you enjoyed it on some level. Thanks for your comments about The Dead Deer last week. I should do more small town stuff, but you never know what's going to come out until you start typing. I guess that's the fun of it.
Sec. of State, John Kerry audio courtesy of C-SPAN
Douglas Trowbridge  The Farewell (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Meadowlark Sampler 1985  Meadowlark  1985  LP  24:07  0:24:07 (Pop‑up)
President Obama audio courtesy of ITN
An Interview with Peter in front of Madison Square Garden - 9/3/13
Son of the Electric Ghost  Untitled (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options   Bless  2004  12"  24:42  0:24:42 (Pop‑up)
Glen Scott  Sylk 130 (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Heaven  Giant Step  1999  12"  25:56  0:25:56 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Martha in front Madison Square Garden - 9/3/13
Jan Hammer  Oceans and Continents (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The First Seven Days  Nemperor  1975  LP  27:37  0:27:37 (Pop‑up)
Jordan De La Sierra  Temple of Aesthetic Action (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Gymnosphere - Song of the Rose - Music for the Well-Tuned Piano  Unity  1977  LP  28:52  0:28:52 (Pop‑up)
Fukashima-related clip features Paul Gunter - Director of the Reactor Nuclear Project at BeyondNuclear.org. Audio courtesy of RT network.
Hillary Clinton audio clip courtesy of Telegraph.co.UK
Chick Corea  Picture 8 (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP  30:38  0:30:38 (Pop‑up)
Focus  III. Answer (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Moving Waves  Sire  1972  LP  31:05  0:31:05 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Tony in front of Madison Square Garden
Jan Hammer  Oceans and Continents (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The First Seven Days  Nemperor  1975  LP  32:52  0:32:52 (Pop‑up)
Glen Scott  Sylk 130 (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Heaven  Giant Step  1999  12"  33:37  0:33:37 (Pop‑up)
John McCain audio clip courtesy of CBS This Morning
An Interview with Anton in front of Madison Square Garden
Jamie Aebersold  6/8 Modal Blues (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  1978  LP  34:46  0:34:46 (Pop‑up)
Douglas Trowbridge  The Farewell (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Meadowlark Sampler 1985  Meadowlark  1985  LP  35:23  0:35:23 (Pop‑up)
Focus  Dayglow (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Moving Waves  Sire  1972  LP  36:14  0:36:14 (Pop‑up)
John Fahey  Christmas Fantasy - Part I (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Christmas with John Fahey Vol. II  Takoma  1975  LP  37:10  0:37:10 (Pop‑up)
Leonard Rosenman  Mass of the Holy Bomb (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Beneath The Planet of the Apes Soundtrack  Bell/Amos  1970  LP  38:06  0:38:06 (Pop‑up)
The Organ Happenings  Rainy Season (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Organ Happenings  Power Records/Apple Honey Series  ?  LP  38:18  0:38:18 (Pop‑up)
Senator Rand Paul (TP-KY) audio clip courtesy of You Tube News
The Band of the Coldstream Guards  The Yeoman of the Guard (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Hires Presents RCA Victor's Sound Spectaculars for '59  RCA Victor  1959  LP  39:57  0:39:57 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Patricia and her Younger Brother at 7th Ave and 32nd St. in Manhattan
George Bennette  Chant de Extase dans un paysage triste (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options George Bennette Plays The Preludes Of Messiaen, The Fantasy Pieces Of Del Tredici, And Portrait By Helps  Desto  ?  LP  40:37  0:40:37 (Pop‑up)
Glen Scott  Sylk 130 (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Heaven  Giant Step  1999  12"  41:35  0:41:35 (Pop‑up)
Gown  Part II Taylor's Jam (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options For The Maples  Three Lobed  2008  LP  42:47  0:42:47 (Pop‑up)
Boatz  The Ice Age Is Coming (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Boatz  Capricorn  1979  LP  46:04  0:46:04 (Pop‑up)
Evelyn Champagne King  Love Come Down (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Rock Power Music  RCA Special Products  1983  LP  48:16 - A promotional LP for RPM Fashions  0:48:16 (Pop‑up)
Brad Miller  Track Two (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Last Train to Waterloo -Reader Railroad - The Possum Trot Line  Sound Bird  1972  LP  50:33  0:50:33 (Pop‑up)
Deserters  Innervisions (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Deserters  Capitol  1981  LP  51:44  0:51:44 (Pop‑up)
Grand Funk  Walk Like A Man (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Grand Funk Hits  Capitol/EMI  1976  LP  53:27  0:53:27 (Pop‑up)
Don Voegeli  Up Beat Pattern (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Four Notes In Search of a Tune  National Center for Audio Experimentation  1973  LP  55:16 - Dusty Unsealed!  0:55:16 (Pop‑up)
Bullet Boys  Smooth Up In Ya (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Bullet Boys  Warner Bros.  1989  LP  55:31  0:55:31 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Story hour! Brittanopigeon story hour, no less!!
Hi Clay and all you pioneering Pigeoneers!
Avatar 6:02pm glenn:

ummm. clay, you know i love you, but that's the worst posh british accent ever.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03pm fleep:

Lemme guess - it hits a deer?
Avatar 6:03pm glenn:

better to go with the cockney.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

It's not about accuracy, glenn! It's about setting a mood! A very weird, disturbing and inaccurate mood! :)
Avatar 6:04pm glenn:

fleep for the win.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@fleep *cowers under chair in fear of last week*
Avatar 6:05pm glenn:

americans and conspiracies. fullcomment.nationalpost.com...
Avatar 6:05pm northguineahills:

ha, fleep!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

"Dairy Queen"???! Okay, even more weird, disturbing and inaccurate than before! Go Clay! ;D
Avatar 6:06pm glenn:

i can just picture the guy saying "oh, the humanity" in a posh accent.
Avatar 6:06pm glenn:

ha! a deer shows up.
Avatar 6:08pm glenn:

is this "the deer of the baskervilles"?
Avatar 6:08pm Clay Pigeon:

Mercifully, this won't last much longer. Admitted filler.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

That must be Clay's best play of this year then--because it's proven so memorable! :)
  6:13pm Mike S.:

Hi! Is this live, now?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Location sounds more Midwest lands than West Midlands!
  6:14pm Mike S.:

I know this is taped, but will Clay be here tonight?
Avatar 6:14pm Fredericks:

Timmy Hainer?????????????? I remember him! Wore the same pants everyday.
  6:15pm PointJay:

Yes, Clay is here, Mike S. Or he is there, more accurately.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@Fred: Or were they different pairs of the same pants design?
  6:16pm Mike S.:

ok, I see Clays post.
  6:17pm Mike S.:

Thanks PointJay! : )
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Grrrreat. Of all the dead people the meteor could have revived to life, it just HAD to choose Jovan's mother! I don't have a good vibe about her!!
  6:19pm Mike S.:

On here, even the "filler" is good.
  6:19pm dave from knoxville:

Clay, never admit filler. We're hanging on every word here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Dave! If this is the "filler", I'd love to hear the "red meat" material!!
  6:20pm dave from knoxville:

Clay is here, there, and everywhere
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:21pm dale:

just getting in - wha' i miss?
  6:21pm dave from knoxville:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:21pm fleep:

Mom's in the jar, again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:21pm Jeezy:

I was driving last week and didn't get a chance to say how much I enjoyed the deer episode, Clay... Very entertaining!
  6:21pm dc waters:

A bit Tim Burton. My mind has his mother arriving to Jobin and the ending punchline is "Stand up straight!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Daaaaaaaaaaaave! Hope you're doing well! :)

@dale: Illogical midwestern US British zombies who talk with the dead. Moving on...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Ooooh! Radio play AND political street vox pops in the same episode! Bravo!
Avatar 6:24pm Clay Pigeon:

Dave ... long time! Good 2cu.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

I want to hold countries that use WMDs accountable, but when we've done limited, punitive strikes before (mainly to Saddam's Iraq), it hasn't really helped and may have harmed the people in the target country.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:26pm davex:

Haven't we heard this guy before?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:27pm dale:

wonder how many chemical deaths companies like monsanto, philip morris, etc etc have caused. maybe we should bomb them
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@davex: No, just the same "Clay interview" stereotype: "Male424383a-NYC" :)
  6:28pm dc waters:

@dale: Stewart made the Monsanto connection last night.
  6:28pm darue:

you gotta be kidding me. You're BELIEVING the bullshit that Assad attacked his own people with CW? It's a total lie for fucks sweet sake. Zero evidence or Motive. Every single indication is that the "rebels" are the ones who used the CW.
  6:29pm Mike S.:

Darue, the rebels don't have the capability to deliver that kind of weapon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:29pm davex:

Oh dear. Oh dear.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:30pm davex:

@Matt: Yes, but...
  6:30pm Mike S.:

No motive? Really???
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:31pm davex:

@Clay: Sorry, I mean "Oh deer". That was a good story last week, by the way.
Avatar 6:31pm Clay Pigeon:

TY Davex!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@davex: Indeed, a touch of Stephen King on the good ol' TNP!
  6:32pm darue:

oh bullshit. They don't need much 'capability' - I can't believe you're falling for the blatant lies from the US-Saudi-Israel axis. PROVEN Liars time and time again. Arming the opposition was wrong in the first place, now someone gave them a CW warhead. There IS AMPLE evidence they released these weapons. Look it up FFS.
  6:33pm darue:

yes. no motive. Why in hell would Syria us CW now, with inspectors in country, when they're beating the jihadi/rebels using conventional weapons. get a clue please.
Avatar 6:35pm glenn:

because assad's insane.
  6:35pm dc waters:

Hearing people on the right not wanting interference because Assad is "protecting Christians."
  6:35pm sucker:

you gotta be kidding me. You're BELIEVING the bullshit that ___ attacked his own people with ___? It's a total lie for fucks sweet sake. Zero evidence or Motive. Every single indication is that ___ are the ones who used the ___.

You're no better than the side you're fighting against
  6:36pm darue:

Oh sure. Insane. Get real. He's a capable modern statesman, and head of his nation. Not Insane.
  6:36pm Mike S.:

The gist of the matter is, everybody is clouding the water with "going to war" charges, aiding Al Quida(a very small % of rebel support), the fact that not all rebel factions may not have democratic ends in mind. The ISSUE , the ONLY issue, is the use of CW, which were outlawed,actually, BEFORE WW1. If the U.S. lets this go, you will only embolden despots, terrorists, et. al.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36pm dale:

i always bring it up, but focus 3 is one fine album!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@dc: Don't worry, there's other batshit right-wingers (like McCain & Graham) who believe in war and intervention for war profiteering's sake more than anything else in their amoral minds--you can count on it!
  6:37pm darue:

@sucker. I;m one hell of a lot better. I just don't have time/space to present a deeper argument. Use the fucking web and learn something. mainstream media is mostly baseless lies and propaganda.
  6:38pm Mike S.:

Hey Matt, what do you think of my post?
  6:38pm gluck:

sorry, anyone knows the name of the interviewer?
Avatar 6:39pm Night Al:

When you think about it...ALL bombs are chemical weapons. Explosions are just really fast acting chemical weapons.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@gluck: CLAY PIGEON!! Every Thursday, on this station, 6-7 pm! :)

@Mike: Which one, the one before that one? I appreciate your point of view, but see my comment @6:25. My story and I'm stickin' to it.
Avatar 6:39pm Clay Pigeon:

Been re-exploring it Dale.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:40pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: DJ amEdeo's really raised the profile of Focus on WFMU lately!
Avatar 6:41pm Clay Pigeon:

amEdeo's the man
Avatar 6:41pm Night Al:

Russia has a flotilla at the Syrian shore facing out towards ours. Hmmmm. Russia?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:41pm dale:

how come it's alright to shoot, maim, torture your enemies but using gas is verboten? how do you define the line on what atrocity is morally acceptable?
Avatar 6:42pm glenn:

uh huh. usually when somebody tells me to google stuff myself i figure they're full of shit, because let's face it, how long does it really take to copy and paste a few links.
  6:42pm darue:

BTW - http://www.democrats.com and http://www.moveon.org are BOTH organizing opposition to any military action in Syria.

Don't believe the lies. They're playing the population for suckers. There is NO proof.

The US Intelligence community has gotten it WRONG on every single matter of import in the last 50 years. They don't know what they're talking about, but more likely are just pushing their "preferred reality" - but it's all smoke and mirrors, to continue the PNAC agenda. Stop it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm fleep:

dale it is a holdover from a time when war had rules. there are no rules.
  6:43pm gluck:

thanks, i find he sounds like franck o hara :) very "to the point" in interviewing as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: On the same note, why does everyone remember and recoil at the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagaski (about 200,000 killed), yet seldom mention the conventional bombings of Tokyo towards the end of the war (millions killed)? The uniquely debilitating cruelty of unconventional weapons tends to breed consensus against them.
Avatar 6:44pm Night Al:

Britain's abstaining as are MANY NATO nations...not good.
  6:45pm darue:

here's two:


Special Report: Syria intervention plans fueled by oil interests, not chemical weapon concerns
Avatar 6:46pm Night Al:

We should cut defense spending drastically and spend more money here in the borders.
Avatar 6:46pm glenn:

hmmm. possibly because chemical weapons are invisible, so how can you defend yourself against them? then again, how do you defend yourself against a sniper 500 metres away.
  6:48pm dc waters:

Stewart also made some connection about being horrified by the killing of innocents and that we should attack Chicago by the same reasoning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm dale:

well said, matt
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm dale:

i could see fabio doing the electric slide to this at the World in the 80s
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Sniper shooting is an expert human skill to pull off properly, so it's been accepted by most militaries to be fair game. Chemicals/germs/nuclear explosions prob recall ancient subconscious fears of witchcraft and the demonic supernatural.

Thanks dale :)
Avatar 6:49pm steve:

aww yeah... left the city mid show and got home for the last 10 mins!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Evelyn "Champagne" King!!! Woooo!! Unsung hero of late 70s/early 80s funk!
  6:50pm Mike S.:

I saw a post by a friend on FB that Syria is rich in gold, platinum, & silver.
Avatar 6:50pm Clay Pigeon:

Wish I'd dedicated the whole show to the Syrian issue. Time is always scarce I'm afaid. Really enjoying your comments. Thanks so much for listening. Gotta make room for Night People. Take care you listeners, and always remember! CP
  6:51pm Mike S.:

Why is no one answering the studio phone? Can't one call in live to this show? : i
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

SWEET steve! I live close to work, but still LOVE when that happens for me! :)
  6:52pm dc waters:

Snipers? What about drone warfare?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: Only certain shows with Clay, usually when Fabio is also in studio chatting with him on Air. Clay will get down and *beg* for your calls when he accepts them, though!
Avatar 6:53pm steve:

youre damn right Matt... plus on the other side of the water i was listening while eating a PESTO PIZZA which so very good. good day ive had.
  6:54pm Mike S.:

Thanks again, Matt!!
Avatar 6:54pm glenn:

from avaaz. --Dear friends,

Just weeks ago the kids in this image were gassed to death in their sleep. There is one peaceful way to stop these massacres - if Iran and the US sit down to talks and bring the warring parties to the table to get a ceasefire. For the first time the two Presidents are showing dialogue is possible. Let's tell them the world wants talks to start saving lives now! Sign up:

Just weeks ago the kids in this image were gassed to death in their sleep, but it feels the world has forgotten them and got stuck in a debate between US strikes or doing nothing. Now there is a glimmer of hope for a peaceful way to stop these massacres.

Syria's bloody war has been fuelled by rivalry between Iran, Assad's main backer, and the US and their allies. But this vile chemical attack has changed their discourse: Iran’s new moderate president condemned the gassing and Obama signalled he'd work with "anybody" to resolve the conflict. Let's urgently call on both leaders to sit down to talks and bring the warring parties together before any more lives are lost.

Right now, the global drums of war are beating over Syria, but if enough of us make sure Rouhani and Obama know the world wants bold diplomacy, we could end the nightmare for thousands of terrified Syrian children under threat of new gas attacks. We have no time to lose. Click now to join this urgent call -- when we reach one million signers we will deliver the petition directly to the two presidents:


Syria’s the most brutal war of our generation, and this chemical attack on innocent civilians is the worst our world has seen in 30 years. The world has a responsibility to protect Syrians from extermination, but for two years the international community has been shamefully gridlocked and has failed the innocent victims. Now, despite overwhelming evidence that Assad’s forces launched the attack, Syria’s backers have sown doubt and, wary of war, the world is unsure about a humanitarian intervention. These talks are a new chance to stop the bloodshed.

It's always been believed that the US would never talk to Iran and that Iran would never help the US solve the Syrian crisis, but current evidence points to change and hope. President Obama may launch strikes, but he has no public support for a longer war, and he is looking for a way out of a sustained conflict. And 130 members of the US Congress are calling on President Obama to talk with Iran. A massive global public push for diplomacy right now could push Obama towards talks.

Iran's former President Ahmadinejad spent billions supplying cash and weapons to the Assad regime. But the new President Rouhani was elected on a ticket to build bridges with the West and favours a political settlement with the Syrian opposition. The chemical attack is eroding Iranian public support for Assad, rekindling painful memories of Iraq’s gas attacks on Iran, and insiders say pressure is building to reconsider Iran's support for Assad. This could be a tipping point to bring Rouhani to the table.

Talks won't stop the horror overnight, but there is no quick and easy solution. We urgently need to get started on a path that can stop the killing of innocent children and bring the world closer together rather than tear us further apart. Let’s get the US and Iran to start talks now:


A roadmap has already been put in motion for a Syrian peace process in Geneva, but this is the first time there could be the political will to overlook all the differences and sit down. Iran is the only country in the world with sufficient influence in Syria to push the regime to the table. And the US, with its Middle East allies, can push the opposition to sit down.

It took the horror of the Second World War to get the United Nations and the Declaration of Human Rights. Maybe the horror of Syria might finally push the US and Iran, and their moderate presidents, to address longstanding differences and build the basis for a more lasting peace for Syria and the region, with consequences for a host of global issues from nuclear proliferation to peace in Israel and Palestine. Our community has stood by the Syrian people from the very beginning. Now they need us more than ever. Let's give it our best shot.

With hope,

Alice, Luis, Ian, Emily, Bissan, Antonia, Ricken, Lisa, Mais and the whole Avaaz team

PS - Many Avaaz campaigns are started by members of our community! Start yours now and win on any issue - local, national or global: www.avaaz.org...

More information:

Syria Offers Opportunity For US-Iran Talks (Al Monitor)

Drawing a Line on Syria, U.S. Keeps Eye on Iran Policy (New York Times)

No, Iran Doesn't Need Assad (The Atlantic)

For Syria’s sake, end Iran’s isolation (Guardian)

Iran ex-president says Syria government launched gas attacks: news agency (Reuters)

Over 130 Reps. Sign Bipartisan Dent-Price Letter to President Urging Diplomacy on Iran

Iran's Rouhani acknowledges chemical weapons killed people in Syria (Reuters)

Can Syrian Chemical Weapons Issue Lead to US-Iran Opening? (Al Monitor)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Pesto pizza!!! Now THAT rawks!
Avatar 6:54pm steve:

Mike... also, i assume its because we're in the middle of a a pre-taped segment.
Avatar 6:55pm northguineahills:

Thanks Clay, nice as always!
  6:56pm Mike S.:

Steve, this is actually the 1st time I have listened live. Great to be a part of it, instead of going back & listening @ a later date.
Avatar 6:57pm glenn:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm Minnesota Jeff:

Is this song about s-e-x?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm davex:

Nice mix tonight, Clay, thanks! Good night one and all...
Avatar 6:58pm steve:

thats super Mike, welcome...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Excellent show Clay! Two halves of two great themes!
Thanks for listening and commenting everybody! Have a good night! Never Forget, what you should Always Remember!!
Avatar 6:58pm steve:

this song is extremely lewd
  6:58pm Mike S.:

@ MJ, sure, it was the '80's!!
Avatar 6:59pm glenn:

all songs are about sex. except for the ones that are about not getting any sex.
  7:00pm darue:

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