Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from October 5, 2009 Options

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Alice Cooper  Hello Hooray   Options Billion Dollar Babies  Warner Bros  1973  LP    0:00:00 ()
Carpenters  Superstar   Options Greatest Hits  A&M  1972  LP    0:04:03 ()
Focus  Le Clochard   Options Moving Waves  Sire  1972  LP    0:08:03 ()
Bobbie Gentry  Ode To Billie Joe   Options Ode to Billie Joe  Capitol  1967  LP    0:10:03 ()
Mouth and MacNeil  How Do You Do   Options Believe In Music  K-Tel  1972  LP    0:15:05 ()
CW McCall  Convoy   Options Black Bear ROad  MGM  1975  LP  Alias Bill Freis of Audubon,Iowa  0:18:02 ()
Roger Williams  Autumn Leaves   Options   Kapp  1955  45    0:22:37 ()
Julian Lennon  Valotte   Options Valotte  Atlantic  1984  45    0:25:16 ()
The Bouys  Timothy   Options   Sceptor    45    0:31:37 ()
Tommy James  Mirage   Options   Tee-Vee  late 60's  45    0:34:26 ()
Syndicate of Sound  Little Girl   Options 24 Happening Hits  Telerad    45    0:36:44 ()
The Byrds  Bells of Rhymney   Options   Columbia    LP    0:38:39 ()
New Colony Six  I WIll Always Think About You   Options   Mercury  Late 60's  45    0:42:43 ()
Wishbone Ash  Blowin Free   Options Argus  MCA  1972  LP    0:46:50 ()
Nelson  After The Rain   Options After The Rain  DGC  1990  45  Ricky Nelson's sons.  0:52:18 ()
The Babys  Isn't It Time   Options Broken Heart  Chrysalis  1977  LP    0:56:27 ()
Billy Cobham  Solarization   Options Total Eclipse  Atlantic  1974      1:02:19 ()
Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Toccatta   Options Brain Salad Surgery  MAnticore  1973  LP    1:09:31 ()
Rush  Limelight   Options Moving Pictures  Mercury  1981  LP    1:15:57 ()
Eric B and Rakim  Follow The Leader   Options Follow The Leader  Uni  1988      1:23:44 ()
JAnet Jackson  Control   Options Control  A&M  1990  45    1:27:06 ()
Information Society  What's on your Mind   Options   Tommy Boy  1988  45    1:29:37 ()
The Police  Syncrhonicity I   Options Synchronicity  A&M  1983      1:31:32 ()
The Cars  Gimme Some Slack   Options Panorama  Elektra  1980      1:34:50 ()
America  VEntura Highway   Options gREATEST hITS  Warner Bros  74?      1:40:11 ()
Chicago  Questions 67 & 68   Options Chicago Transit Authority  Columbia  1968  LP    1:43:00 ()
The Beatles  Strawberry Fields Forever   Options Magical Mystery Tour  Capitol  1968  LP    1:47:28 ()
John Sebastian  I Had A Dream   Options John B Sebastian  Reprise  '70?  LP    1:53:37 ()
Frank Sinatra  Once Upon A Time   Options September Of My Years  Capitol  '60s  LP    1:55:30 ()
Andre Previn  Ann at Lawrenceville   Options VAlley of the Dolls Soundtrack  20th Century-Fox  1967  LP    2:00:53 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/5/09 3:32pm Bad Ronald:

Hooray for Clay!!!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:33pm Carmichael:

Boy Dusty, you're reaching pretty deep into the obscure bin for this stuff! Keep it up!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:33pm Parq:

It;s pronounced "WILKSburry", Clay. Delighted to hear you. Hope you enjoyed the day for a while before you pointed your compass toward JC. It's everything a fall day should be.
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:34pm Swami:

Mirage!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:36pm tony:

The Bouys song reminds me to go get dinner.
one leg of Tim please. great tune ...
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:37pm Carmichael:

Hey, Count Five had an Irishman in their band!! Woo hoo!!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:38pm Carmichael:

Oops, wrong band ... :-((
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:38pm GP:

The Convoy song made my day.
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:40pm SmokinJ:

Clay's Rockin'!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:41pm Carmichael:

I'm a teenager again.
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:43pm SmokinJ:

Sweet! Chicago's own!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:43pm Swami:

Uh-oh. Is Andy Breckman in the house?
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:45pm SmokinJ:

Thank Ronnie Rice!
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:50pm Hugh:

Clay,
The Bells of Rhymney, is definitely a Pete Seegar song. It's about a Welsh coal mine disaster. Pete says 'it's pronounced "rum-ney"'.
  Mon. 10/5/09 3:52pm Carmichael:

Is this really Ritchie Blackmore on one of those guitars? I thought I didn't like him ...
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:16pm GP:

Wow, this is some tripified hippie stuff. I never knew.

Cool segue into Rush though, almost sounds like these songs should always be played in that order.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:17pm PMD:

Heaven forbid you play a popular song! But I like it.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:21pm Daniel:

Man I love it when the Pigeon subs! Go go go!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:22pm ?:

Scharpling would definitely NOT give the thumbs up to the Rush cut. I however, give you two for it, Mr. Pigeon. Thanks for it. May be the first time I've heard Rush played on WFMU.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:22pm listener james from westwood:

eric b & rakim . . . nice . . . always a pleasure to have a clay music show
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:27pm ?:

all over the map/drive off/tune in drop out
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:31pm Ike:

I'm glad I tuned back in just in time to catch Eric B. & Rakim. I love the Dusty Show's interview and tape segments but usually the music doesn't agree with me. I'm sorry if I've ever been too attitudey about that in the past, Clay.

INFORMATION SOCIETY!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:35pm still b/p:

G. Gordon Liddy ate the rat to overcome fear of the rat.
He's a twisted villain, but the method has merit. Eat the map.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:37pm Ike:

And I have no petard to stand on when I criticize 60s and 70s music that's "too popular" because I love some of this popular 80s stuff. My own personal nostalgia makes a mockery of me.

(And yet, cranky critic Ike will undoubtedly emerge again someday, unstoppable, like a runty pissy cross between the Hulk and Pauline Kael, but not as smart.)
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:41pm SmokinJ:

Clay:Information Society were from Minneapolis..
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:43pm Daniel:

I've heard Rush on FMU before. Seems to be a popular go-to when someone's looking to break out of the usual unusual.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:43pm Jim:

Just looked over the list of all artists played by Mr. Pigeon and was surprised not to find Gentle Giant or Supersister, given Mr. Pigeon's apparent affinity for prog.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:45pm Laura:

Ah, Chicago Transit Authority. Now that brings me home. In High School this album was our soundtrack. And I grew up in Chicago, too. My sister's went to school with the guys in STYX!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:47pm Bad Ronald:

Or Genesis...

...not as smart as "The Hulk" Ike(?), unpossible...
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:47pm Parq:

Okay, here's the pitch for our latest CGI-driven summer spectacular. The hero is a runty pissy cross between the Hulk and Pauline Kael, but not as smart ...
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:47pm SmokinJ:

Laura: Once a Midwesterner, always a Midwesterner :)
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:48pm GP:

Ike, we will never give up on you!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:50pm 104.3:

We control the horizontal. We control the vertical.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:50pm channeling Andy:

Finally, an actually listenable show on this damn station!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:51pm Cranberry:

Sauce
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:52pm ?:

Great show!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:52pm SmokinJ:

GREAT show Clay! Keep Rockin'!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:54pm Mick:

It would be boss to hear some Small Faces right about now!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:56pm frank?:

surely we dont go out with frank
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:57pm Jim:

Whadya mean, surely we don't go out with Frank? He's Hoboken's favorite son.
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:57pm channeling Glenn Jones:

and why the fuck not?
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:58pm SmokinJ:

Old blue eyes is a gas!
  Mon. 10/5/09 4:59pm Chairman of the Broads:

Oh yeah!
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:00pm Ike:

Sinatra? Sinatra?!? Gr... auggghhhhh... HULK ANGRY! ANGRY AT OVERDONE SMOOTHNESS OF CLICHED CULTURAL mmppffffffpffpfpf <stuffing Kael-Hulk back in box>
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:01pm Ol' Cap:

Now that was a fun show. Awesome, Clay!
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:03pm Jimmy:

HULKAEL FIND SINATRA JEJUNE AND TROPE-LADEN! BUT HULK PART OF HULKAEL CAN'T HELP BUT LIKE
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:04pm Ike:

Thank you, Jimmy.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:05pm David L.:

Frank was a piker.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:17pm Boris Grushenko:

I am one of the least jeune people in all of the Russias.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:34pm Hotep:

More Stanley Clarke!
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