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Options October 8, 2009: FAIL! Recorded Show Peters Out ... Clay Goes "Live" w/Fabio and Guests!

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Trouble Is Evident from the Outset
  I was intending to play a lengthy story that I had written a couple of days before the show was to air. "The Bat Bite." As you can hear, however, The tape deck in the studio began to malfunction.

At first, I assumed it was my cassette that was defective. Although I did use a brand new, normal bias cassette for this episode, there are always inherent dangers with cassette technology. Jamming, binding,breakage, etc. Turns out, though, that the main cassette unit in the studio had begun to malfunction the previous night and was deemed "Out Of Order." The alternate cassette deck is the one that was "warbling" as the episode began. Needless to say, a couple of minutes in to the show it was evident that I would have to bail out of the cassette situation and fend for myself "live."

I must say that ultimately the fault is mine. I should alwas have a back-up CD in the event of cassette failure. I didn't.

 
(2:13) Breaking in with the bad news. Scott Williams attempts some desperate jury-rigging of the studio gear without success.
 
(4:50) Fabio attempts to Escape
 
(5:25) First Caller - From the Hudson Valley.
 
(6:15) Eating things out of the Hudson.
 
(6:38) Winemaking is Discussed
 
(7:14) Fabio Throws on the Cans and Joins In
 
(8:00) Ethnicity is Discussed
 
(8:50) Hairs and Toenails in WIne
 
(9:37) Digging for Conflict
 
(10:11) Astrology is Discussed
 
(10:35) Money Woes, Obama
 
(11:10) Scott Williams has thrown on some cans to join in.
 
(11:43) Where were YOU in 1975? Were you even born?
 
(12:00) Scott announces that the cassette deck may now be functional.
 
(13:02) Deliberating over the remaining course of the show and what to do.
 
(13:10) Seeking the main meat of caller one's woes and concerns
 
(13:38) Caller One speaks on Relationships
 
(14:32) Caller #2 --- Bob
 
(14:52) Those damned technical glitches I can NEVER seem to avoid. Tiny adjustments are made.
 
(15:05) An on-air salute to Oak Ridge, NJ
 
Assessing Caller #2's reaction to the initial broadcast problems at the top of the hour.
 
(16:22) Going for the meat of Caller #2's problem
 
(16:45) Examining Caller #2's political leanings.
 
(17:22) Caller #2's message to Radioland
 
(17:50) Caller #3. Again, he is male. The preponderance of caller's to the Dusty Show seem to be male. Dusty is wildly popular with men. The message must be decidedly masculine.
 
(18:01) Another DJ error
 
(18:24) Descent into Chaos
 
(18:51) Caller #3's Graphic Design career discussed
 
(19:56) Caller #3's summer vacation in Ocean City, Marylland
 
(20:36) Beaver Brown allusion falls flat
 
(21:07) Seeking out the positive in Caller #3's life
 
(21:22) Re-assessing Loverboy
 
(22:05) Mike Reno's Headband
 
(22:25) Mustang Sally discussed briefly
 
(23:15) Cutting through the chaff of Caller #3's message
 
(23:30) Caller #3 genuflects
 
(24:19) Caller #4 - Michelle
 
(24:45) Descent into Chaos II
 
(25:20) The Class of '94
 
(25:38) Michelle's boyfriend is discussed and analyzed.
 
Caller #4's Sweatpants
 
(27:10) Michelle "Fattening Up" her boyfriend
 
(27:55) Clay's "Dunlop"
 
(29:52) Michelle's Dream of Dreams
 
(30:35) Freaked-Out by Everything!
 
(30:45) Potential F-Bomb
 
(30:58) Fabio speaks on our growing paranoia
 
(31:16) Fabio's resonant, bassy voice
 
(31:55) Pop a Zanax™
 
(32:25) Dumpin' Percodans
 
(32:45) The Acoustamatic Radio Hour guy
 
(33:42) Getting to the Personal Meat
 
(34:10) Fabio makes another suggestion that I callously ignore. Sorry Fab.
 
(34:13) Actual sound of the soda machine at the Grover Cleveland rest stop.
 
Caller #5's Dream
 
(35:55) Caller #5's summer vacation in NC
 
(36:22) Caller #5's Arrest Record
 
(36:58) Cricket Release
 
(37:35) Obama creeps back in to the convo.
 
(37:57) Foreigner Re-assessed
 
(39:20) Caller #5's last words
 
(40:47) Fabio suggest a career in motivational speaking
 
(41:07) Acknowledging Therese
 
(41:16) Caller #6 --- Matthew
 
(42:03) A glimpse inside Matt's career
 
(42:22) A frank discussion about Esteban
 
(43:25) Liberace, Ferrante and Teicher and the piano boom of the '60s
 
(44:55) Smooth Jazz is the Muzak™ of the modern era
 
(46:37) An allusion to Marshall Brodine's TV Magic Cards http://www.emulsioncompulsion.com/gallery2/v/chicagotvandradio/Marshall+Brodein_+a+Professional+Magician_+for+TV+Magic+Cards.jpg.html
 
Caller #6 plays a Bach Cantata on his Esteban guitar
 
(48:07) Digging for stories of wylde intoxication
 
(49:15) Caller #6' college days at Eastman
 
(49:37) Caller #6' love life
 
(50:36) Obama creeps back in
 
(51:21) Caller #6 "meaning of it all"
 
(52:02) Final guitar flourish
 
(52:23) Power Chords!
 
(52:50) Fredericks of New Port Richey
 
(54:32) Mention of Therese hosting "Best Show" for the next two weeks.
 
(54:57) Return to Foreigner
 
Fredericks Grills Fabio
 
(56:09) Brown M&M's
 
(56:30) Frederick's Final Word
 
(56:57) Fabio reads the Legal I.D.
  Wow. What a weird show. That will teach me to depend on a $1.25 cassette from CVS. Anyway ... despite the difficulties, it was fun. Thanks to Scott Williams and Fabio for sitting in and helping out. Therese, too. And to the callers who gave so generously of their chit-chat. This is the last show of the summer season. Kind of sad to see it go. I had fun with it (always like the summer schedule). Next week begins a new Dusty Show season and I hope you will make it a part of your week. I really appreciate your continued listening and support.

I realize I haven't named the e-mailers in a while. That said, I certainly DO read all of your e-mail and it is always the highlight of my day to receive word from you. Here is the address:

dusty@wfmu.org

Have a great week ahead and enjoy this magical fall. Life is so good. Thanks again, take care and ...

Always remember ... CP - NYC - 10/09


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